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    How the Kazens Came to Ohio

    Men and women attended the funeral of Rabbi Zalman Kazen, one of the Rebbe's first Shluchim. Cleveland Jewish News reported how he and his wife Shula came to Cleveland. Full Story, Photos, Video

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    refer to a levaya by its hebrew term, not “funeral”. reb zalman would certainly prefer it that way, and so would most of the collive readership. thanks for letting me voice my opinion.

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    not everyone that speaks english also speak Hebrew.

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    There are more important issues to focus on, the choice of words..agreeing with #2..

    Your respect for Rabbi Kazen would of been much more heartfelt, and that is the issue here. Not “funeral”…Rabbi Kazen was a wonderful person, who sacrificed his life for so many . He will always be remembered with kindness, warmth and respect..

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    Rabbi Kazan has a special place in my heart. I met him 38 years ago. He was a kind, aidel man. He never had a bad word to say about anyone. There is much to learn from this. No wonder the Rebbe chose him to be one of the first shluchim. There is much we can learn from this.

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    I am not a lubavitcher but anyone who grew up in cleveland knew rabbi kazen from Rabbi yundefs chicken store and went yearly to shlug kaporos.His voice and his brochos went into your bones.He was a real Tzadik and the shul that so many people passed through his shul that he lead for so many years.It was the only frum shul in the area.How many tefilos with his unique voice were heard.Who knows how many Russians and otherwise not frum people ate there on a friday night or shabbos morning in the room next door.He was real amulidigh Lubavicher.He is… Read more »

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    cleeevelanders…..thank you rabbi kazen….and family…..

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