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    Mrs. Goldie Kastel, 92, OBM

    Mrs. Goldie Kastel, the Boston Shlucha later known as the Bubbe of Lubavitch in Baltimore, passed away a day before her 93rd birthday. Full Story

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    Baruch Dayan Haemes.
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    Baruch Dayan Haemes.

    May she be a melitz yosher for all that knew her.

    baruch dayan haemes
    Guest
    baruch dayan haemes

    I’ll miss you bubby

    Baruch dayan haemes
    Guest
    Baruch dayan haemes

    Hashem why do you have to do this to us?

    Love you always BUBBES!
    Guest
    Love you always BUBBES!

    Bubby you insired all of us grand children and BH many great grandchildren! So many of us on shlichus because of your love and dedication to the Rebbe.

    We miss you already…

    She touched many many people
    Guest
    She touched many many people

    Mrs. Goldie and Rabbi Yehoshua Tanchum Kastel made so many many people frum, who now lead torah lives and many whom are Shluchim. Please share your stories with the family so their legacy can live on.

    Boruch Dayan Haemes
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    Boruch Dayan Haemes

    a great loss

    The Eternal Optimist
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    The Eternal Optimist

    One of the most salient middos of Mrs. Kastel A”H, and to us the most memorable, was her simchadikeh attitude towards life. She experienced both good times and difficult ones, but one never met her looking beaten or hopeless. Mrs. Kastel exuded the kind of optimism we would love to be able to emulate. she is ,no doubt, now reminding Der Aibershter that it’s high time to give His children cause for the ultimate simcha. Vi’hee ratzone that her optimistic insistence contributes to fulfillment of the bakashah. The Mechutanim.

    Boruch Dayan Haemes
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    Boruch Dayan Haemes

    Even though I was not her grand child I still considered her as my Bubby. She added spunk and energy to us who were around her. She will definitely be missed by all who knew her.

    hamokom yinachem esschem
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    hamokom yinachem esschem

    to the entire family
    may you know of only simchos from now on

    Rena Levin
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    Rena Levin

    Tanta Goldie, I will miss your lichtige-keit. You were so warm and caring, and so SHARP, remembering different details of stories I had shared about family members and asking after them and their families. You made it easy to stay connected to you and your family, and I am so blessed and privilged to have gotten to know you and to be able to have spent time with you. Your life story is an inspiration to me, and I will cherish that always, along with your recipe for borscht.

    M.Nemes
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    M.Nemes

    Hamkom yenachem eschem besoich shar aveli tzion vyerushaloim And the schus of all your great work done by everybody in the family should bring simcha and nachas to your dear mother vakitzu vrannu shoicni ofor vhe besoichom

    A true Eishes Chayil
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    A true Eishes Chayil

    Rebbetzin Kastel was a wonderful example of a loving wife, mother, grandmother, and friend. I will always remember her tender voice and loveng care of all the students that went to school at Boston Lubavitz Yeshiva in the late 40’s thru the 70’s. Henry P. Greenspan

    Thanks to you!
    Guest
    Thanks to you!

    I attended the school starting about 1958; Not from a frum
    home, albeit traditional.
    Fast forward 60 years…..Boruch Hashem!
    Now a great-grandmother, kein ayin hora, with frum children
    grandchildren, and great-grandchildren

    All from the varemkeit I received from you!

    Yaher Koach
    from a New York Babi

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