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Mrs. Masha Rosler, 83, OBM

Mrs. Masha Rosler, longtime member of Montreal anash who spearheaded mivtza neshek in the city, passed away. Full Story

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Bde.

BD"E
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BD"E

What a true tzadeikes! Rebbetzin Rosler treated everyone who came within her Daled Amos as a true sincere and beloved sister 🙂 Growing up in her presence and often visiting the Rosler’s gave me the opportunity to experience this firsthand. It was such a treat to spend time with her. A very Emesdike person. I even learned a few recipes. This is so hard to say but I will truly miss you. Even though I did not spend much time visiting you when I got married and moved away, which I regret, I always thought of you. You were my… Read more »

A great loss for Montreal community
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A great loss for Montreal community

BDE
She was a true eishes chayil and tzadekes in the Lubavitch neighborhood of Montreal!
Westbury Ave. will never be the same!!!
She will truly be missed!

תהי זכרה ברוך
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תהי זכרה ברוך

I have such good memories in the past of when I met her learning chassidus and Torah.

What a lady!!
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What a lady!!

Rebitzen Rosler passed away on vov tishrei. The day the Rebbe started mivtza neshek in honor of Rebitzen Chana. She was a true soldat in the Rebbes army, one million percent!!!!!
I will fondly remember mivtza neshek and women of lubavitch, which she and her husband started single handedly.
Baruch Day an Haemes.
What a great loss

Hod s'bhod
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Hod s'bhod

She was a devoted wife a loving mother a true friend and a special Bubby and don’t forget a brilliant business woman who worked side by side with her husband as per
the rebbes instructions.
She also was very involved in the matzah distribution to thousand that ran out of her house
She will be missed but not forgotten
BDE

Westbury  Ave  will never be the same!!
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Westbury Ave will never be the same!!

Montreal will never be the same. Monday nights (I look forward to the shiur every week) will never be the same.
Gevalt, moshiach now!!!!

Mrs Rosler
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Mrs Rosler

Had the zechus of making many balai teshuvois.
I practically grew up there.
I will miss you dearly.
May you all.be comforted

An admirerer
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An admirerer

BDH. Marsha Rosler was a true example of an eirliche Yid She spent her life being kind to others in every sense of the word. She and her husband devoted their lives to having an open home at a time when it was rarely seen. She is sorely missed and will remain everlastingly an aishes chayil.

Bde
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Bde

Mrs Rosler you exemplify a true soldier of the Rebbe. Your dedication to mivtzah neshek and mivtzah matzoh is awe-inspiring. In merit of your holy zchusim HaShem should finally send Moshiach Tzdkainu right now! Your truly missed.

Mrs Rosler
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Mrs Rosler

A dignified educated well read yiddeneh.
What a loss. May her family find comfort.
Moshiach now.

Former Montrealer
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Former Montrealer

This is so sad ! Hard to believe. Dear Roslers, our hearts break for you. May Hashem comfort you. Moshiach Now

Bde
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Bde

Bde. Mrs. Rosler left a legacy behind. She devoted her life to the Rebbe’s horois with grace and quiet determination. She will sorely be missed by many.

Mrs. Rosler
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Mrs. Rosler

The world just lost a very special women that brought a lot of light into the world. You will be truly missed!

Moshiach now!!
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Moshiach now!!

Such a special woman.
Always had such strengh and unbelievable emunah.
Truly lived with Moshiach and the Rebbbe’s inyanim
Moshiach now. Bde.

Another former Montréaler
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Another former Montréaler

My heart is breaking. To hard to bear. What sad news.
BDE

a true admirer
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a true admirer

What a loss!! I cant believe it!! I loved masha! Her kind voice and gracious smile., good heart and true ahavas yisrael. Made everyone always feel at ease. I alsoenjoyed participating in the shiurim in her house. I learned from her a lot. Her modesty determination for the rebbes horaos. No question why on shabbos .vav tishrei. What a tzadeikis!!
May she continue being a fighter in shamayim to make this golus end and reunite us with our rebbe.
Hamakom yenachem etchem betoch shar avlei tziyon veyerushalayim.

Such a special family
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Such a special family

I never met Mrs. Rosler personally, but from knowing a a few of her daughters I can only imagine what an incredible women she must have been. She left behind the most beautiful legacy. May the family be comforted.

Such a special family
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Such a special family

I never met Mrs. Rosler personally, but from knowing a a few of her daughters I can only imagine what an incredible women she must have been. She left behind the most beautiful legacy. May the family be comforted.

yitchak zev et al
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yitchak zev et al

Hamakom yenachem eschem b’soch sh’ar aveilei tzion virushalayim

MMS
5135 Bourrett

memories
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memories

Many, many years ago Mrs. Rosler would pick me and another friend up every Monday night in her giant SUV and take us to a Parsh shiur. Traveling in Montreal ice and snow was not pleasant, despite the wonderful company. After a while Mrs. Rosler decided to start a shiur in her house. Thus began a weekly chassidus shiur that is still going on, for about 40 years!

An Honor
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An Honor

It was such an honor and privilege to meet Mrs. Rosler. Her kindness and graciousness shone through her eyes and her smile. Never have I felt so comfortable with someone I just met. Kisses on both cheeks my dear. May your memory be for a blessing and Hashem comfort all who mourn your passing. The world is much less interesting without your shining light.
Love Fern

rebbetzin rosler
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rebbetzin rosler

She was truly a woman of inside and out beauty. Her aidelkeit is something to admire. She will be greatly missed.
Baruch dayen haemet

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