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Mattil Fleishman, 68, OBM

Mattil Fleishman, a woman who lived in Crown Heights and was active in organizing daily Torah classes at 770 Eastern Parkway for women, passed away. Update: Levaya today at 3:00 pm. Full Story

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Ad mosai!
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Ad mosai!

Baruch Dayan Emes. Ad mosai!! We all miss you so much already Mattil!!! You had so much devotion to 770 & the women’s shiurim!!!

So sad :(
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So sad :(

Mattil was the sweetest, most humble, intelligent person. Such a loss.

So Sad
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So Sad

Always used to see her walking down my block with her shopping bags. Such a refined woman. BDE

Baruch dayan harmes
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Baruch dayan harmes

Seeing such a familiar face in this way is so painful. Baruch dayan haemes.

She was & still remains a big part of the holy
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She was & still remains a big part of the holy

She was & still remains a big part of the holy learning that goes in in the women’s shul.

May she bang down the gates of golus.

Moshiach NOW!

BDE
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BDE

So sad to hear. Matil was a gentle soul. Treated everyone with respect whether or not they were respectful to her.

BDE

BD"E
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BD"E

A true tzadekes.

BD"E
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BD"E

A true tzadekes. I am thankful for the recordings that she made on Mixcloud​.

Dignified Women
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Dignified Women

Mattil once shared that her father was a WWII hero. The sacrifices that Mattil’s family made so we can live in security and peace and Mattil’s contributions to the community are remembered and respected.

Baruch Dayan Emes
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Baruch Dayan Emes

Very very sorry to hear.

A true tzadeikes
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A true tzadeikes

Mattil is dear to my heart. I cant believe this. She has done so much for the Rebbe and the ongoing shiurim in crown heights for years. We have so much to learn from her….
Hashem, ad mossai!!

So sad!!
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So sad!!

She’ll be missed!!!!

Mattil will be missed
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Mattil will be missed

What a special person! Whenever I saw her in 770 she was busy arranging and putting classes together! She was respectful and always dressed put together! What a special person!

Baruch Dayen Haemes
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Baruch Dayen Haemes

So sad, she was so dedicated and selfless for the 770 shiurim etc and would work so hard carrying things, setting up, putting away etc. May her neshama have an aliya. Moshiach now!

TRUE EXAMPLE
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TRUE EXAMPLE

SHE WAS A TRUE EXAMPLE WHAT MEANS TO BE A ” MENTCH “- REAL HUMBLE AND PLEASANT TO EVERYONE. WE’LL MISS HER.
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A friend
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A friend

I am very saddened by our loss of Mattil. I was always greeted by her warm smile and gentle energy whenever I attended classes at 770 or met her on the street. She was completely devoted to Ariella, making sure everything was set up and in order for each speaker who came to teach us. Baruch Daayan Haemes.

Dignified, humble, ehrlich and aidel
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Dignified, humble, ehrlich and aidel

She conducted herself like a true bas melech. We can learn from her. I hope she will forgive us for any neglecting anything due to her or for failing to greet her or brighten her day.

Miss her
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Miss her

Ive been walking into 770 and it feels so empty without Mattel. Amazing how such a quiet person could have affected the atmosphere so strongly. I really miss her.

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