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Wednesday, 10 Shevat, 5783
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Mrs. Miriam Rosenblum, 78, OBM

Mrs. Miriam Rosenblum, a longtime devoted Shlucha and educator who dedicated her life to helping others, passed away on Wednesday, 23 Kislev 5781. Full Story

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Ad Mosai!!
December 9, 2020 10:53 pm

She was a wonderful woman and she koched in the rebbes mivtzoim

Devora Immerman
December 9, 2020 11:38 pm

Mrs Rosenblum was an amazing awesome woman loved by all who knew her she will be missed so much by so many wish I could be there for the family

A pittsburgher
December 10, 2020 12:22 am

She was so kind and so wise! If there was 9 other people like her, surely Moshiach would have come already! She breathed and lived Moshiach! She was so ready! She inspired us! She loved to laugh and find the humor in things! We all adored her!!

A good friend from Pittsburgh
December 10, 2020 1:25 am

Miriam was my friend my inspiration! It was always important to Miriam how I was ( and my family.) Miriam was truly a chassidishe nachas to the Abishter and to the Rebbe. Always giving hope that Moshiach would be here because that is what the Rebbe promised. Her Rebbe stories and teachings were believed and encouraged others to learn more! A mother of outstanding children walking the Rebbe’s path spreading chassidus in chabad houses. Generations of children that she raised or taught how to follow the footsteps Moshiach! Thank you Miriam taught me so much and I am sure I… Read more »

What a loss to klal yisroel!
December 10, 2020 6:13 am

Such a wonderful person! She will be sorely missed.
HaMakom yinachem eschem!

She is missed.
December 10, 2020 8:23 am

An article doesn’t do justice to this giantess of Chesed and love. She wore Moshiach glasses and everything was a sign that Moshiach is literally here. She was known as the “Queen of Mivtzoim”. Everyday she set up shop on the main Street, Murray Ave. She touched Jews and non Jews alike and gained the respect of every person who came in contact with her. She wore the mantle of being the Rebbe ambassador with great pride and privilege. She is my friend and it it is hard to grasp how a person with larger than life spirit is not… Read more »

Impossible to explain how extraordinary she was!!
December 10, 2020 9:49 am

Miriam lived like very few others–every waking minute she devoted to either a student, a person in need be it a stranger or a friend, or to an inyan of the Rebbe- be it learning or teaching or mitzvyoim with 100 per cent of her kochos. She was holy, tireless and driven. Moshiach was her mantra. She never stopped as if she alone was given this job. The Keren Rachem organization that she began, WHERE SHE ALONE RAISED ALL THE MONEY AND DISTRIBUTED IT ALL, took care of anyone and everyone who needed–no matter the reason. The amount of money… Read more »

She was an inspiration!
December 10, 2020 11:27 am

All of Pittsburgh is in mourning
this morning.

She was the best cook
December 10, 2020 11:28 am

I once ate Shabbos lunch at the Rosenblum’s in Pittsburgh and without exaggeration it was the best Shabbos meal I’ve ever had.

BD'E
December 10, 2020 12:50 pm

Best teacher I ever had. I would not be here if it wasn’t for her.

What's going on with Keren Rachem?
December 10, 2020 2:12 pm

As I knew her I think she’d see it as a great opportunity to fill up the coffers.. maybe a fundraiser for Keren Rachem liluy nishmas this beautiful Rebbitzen, who I see as the gold standard of what anyone calling themselves a real Chabadnik needs to live up to, is in order.
I am really upset at her loss, and will forever appreciate the help and kindness she afforded our family.

Aviva Fort

Last edited 2 years ago by What's going on with Keren Rachem?
Miriam lived her life as she taught all of us
December 10, 2020 11:49 pm

As everyone is saying, there are no words to due justice to Miriam. She was always there for everyone, no matter what else she was busy with. There was never a limit to how much she would help someone, and for how long. She believed-and taught- that you continue to give until a person no longer needs help, no matter how long that took. I had the brocha to work with her with Keren Rachaim, and the brocha was to me, as I learned so much from her. As someone mentioned, she single handedly raised massive amounts of money. Not… Read more »

My memories of Rebbetzin Rosenblum
December 11, 2020 3:17 am

Whether it was seeing her outside the giant eagle giving out Neshek or her amazing. Stories about the women of Cleveland who went to milk a cow while in Pittsburgh it was the men and her memories of Rebbetzin Kazin obm and my late mother obm I have not been in America in over a year but I was looking forward to seeing her next time I go to Pittsburgh . She was a true inspiration and so young.

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