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R’ Meir Aaron Schreiber, 69, OBM

R' Meir Aaron Schreiber, a Lubavitch chossid in Crown Heights who worked as a lawyer and was a baal tzedakah, passed away. Full Story

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a real tzadik
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a real tzadik

Moshiach now

ad mosai

Heartbreaking
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Heartbreaking

So deeply saddened by this untimely death of a special man . Meir you will be missed

Bde
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Bde

He was a very nice man. I am so sorry to hear this.

BDE
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BDE

Meir was an honest man, who wished the best for everyone. He was a tremendous ba’al tzedokah, who gave to anyone without judging.
May your wish for Moshiach be fullfied right away.

A special man
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A special man

Meir always had a nice word for me whenever I saw him. I respect him so much. I can’t believe this, what a loss. He will be missed 🙁

ברוך דיין האמת
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ברוך דיין האמת

Wow – sad news. המקום ינחם אתכם בתוך שאר אבלי ציון וירושלים.

Correction
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Correction

“He was a known Baal Tzedaka for many years, handing out donations by the dozens”
dozens?? should say hundreds or thousands!!
I remember once going in to his house to pick up a check for my chabad house. There were literally 100’s of people waiting, and he gave everyone personally with a smile.

Simon
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Simon

Such a great man always had a good word was such a big bal tzedaka

Kalman
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Kalman

Sad, very upset, long time friend, it is 28 years since The Rebbe’s prophecy that Moshiach is now coming said on 7th of Elul 5751, we desperately need Moshiach now, and end all this suffering!

Kalman
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Kalman

Sad and upsetting, a long time friend, it’s 28 years since the Rebbe’s prophecy that Moshiach is coming Now, said on the7th of Elul 5751, we need Moshiach now and end all this suffering!

Boruch Dayan Emes
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Boruch Dayan Emes

So sad too young to leave this world.

A real Mensch and baal tzedaka
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A real Mensch and baal tzedaka

I remember the thousands who came to his house for tzedaka. Was such a kind person

BDE
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BDE

This man gave and gave and gave.

100’s of people from all over would line up at his place for assistance. He helped each and every one, one at a time.

Huge Baal Tzedoko
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Huge Baal Tzedoko

He should knock the doors upstairs and request the Geula Now
Enough of Golus.
Thru his hardships he always had a smile and full of bitochon in Hashem.

thank you reb meir
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thank you reb meir

what an amazing man Bal Tzidakh he took to the next level
we could all learn from him.

Baruch Dayan Ha’emes
MP

BDE
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BDE

So sad to read this terrible news.
He was a genuine kind man always with a smile, he will be dearly missed!
Moshiach Now !!!

A TRUE CARING CHOSID
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A TRUE CARING CHOSID

I remember being down and out simply trying to put food on our table I approached for help,and was so helpful
in the kindest way possible .
yehee zichro baruch ! AS

BDE
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BDE

Elky so sorry for your loss….thoughts and prayers
Love, Rochel

Dovid
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Dovid

BDE i didn’t know him personally but saw him on the street and he always smiled and extended his hand. Very friendly and warm person. Always had time to speak with people on the street. Mashiach Now.

BD"E
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BD"E

Total shock, R’Meir was a true chosid and a baal tzdaka, hundreds of people would line up at his house every sunday and every one of them walked away with a check.
Hashem likes the good ones close to him… sad, he will be missed but not for long. Moshiach is on his way!

A true revolutionary
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A true revolutionary

The Moshiach Campaign was one of Meir Aarons’ masterpieces—His family had a hidden Tzadik for a father. I met him when he first came off the subway for his first visit to Crown Heights. I will always miss him.

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