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#14
March 13, 2015 4:25 pm

I believe it is Nadiv Dov Ber and his father’s name is Uzi Kahaty

name
March 13, 2015 2:56 pm

Whats his full name including his father?

Online School G8
March 13, 2015 11:49 am

Today’s Parsha class was dedicated to the memory of Nadiv- we were learning the OhR Hachayim on the Possuk of נדבה רוחו which truly described Nadiv!! Someone who gave even more than he has because of his HUGE heart. As the Possuk says- איש that is a true man- !

Shaya
March 13, 2015 9:29 am

I had the privilege of being Nadiv’s roommate in yeshiva and of being his friend. He had a profound effect on me to this day and I am in a state of shock that he is no longer with us. I remember once when I leined Parshas Vayakhel on a weekday in Yeshiva he came over to me afterwards and said thank you for singing my name out so loudly. It is truly Hashgacha and surreal that this is the same Parsha of the week of his passing. I will never forget you Nadiv, your infectious happiness, kindness, and unique… Read more »

Special neshama
March 13, 2015 7:49 am

Nadiv was a special person always said hi wherever we were as if he had nowhere Else to be! Nadiv will always be remembered and never forgotten! Hamakom yenachem etchem betoch sharie Tzion veyerushalim

Reader
March 13, 2015 2:19 am

Once again, Rabbi Mendel Rivkin is spot on with words that clearly come from the heart.
-Reuven

`what a special man!!
March 13, 2015 1:43 am

I wish all husbands would learn from Nadiv ; ! 1; be respectful and give smiles and kindness to your wife!! 2; Make sure to LOOK at your children when u talk to them and spend time with them WITH JOY!!!

An amazing person
March 12, 2015 11:02 pm

I couldn’t agree more beautifully written, Toby Lew

So much love!
March 12, 2015 9:56 pm

I saw his pure smile and made me cry!
Is so much love in his eyes.. Hashem please
Terachem oleinu!
Look at this note, how a loving man he wasss.
Look at his beautiful kinderlach how it can be
They lossed their taty! Hashemmm! Pleaseee!
Only one thing i can be sure, his love and his kidnnes he left with them!
May the kehaty and ezagui’s family can only hear good news and be reunited again with this beloved man in te comming of mishiach now mamesh!

Grieving friend
March 12, 2015 9:41 pm

I want to name after nadiv in hopes of my child being as special as he is!!!!! ( refuse to say was)

How true!
March 12, 2015 9:24 pm

It’s the genuine happiness that captured everyone’s heart. It is not a trait seen often. I would see nadiv often times in the morning, him having just dropped off his son, me- coming into work…. He always held the door open even for the few extra seconds it took me to get there… Always with a good morning smile… Other times we’d lmeet him on his way to shul on maple street and joke how we walk from our side to his side, and he treks from his side to our side — he was easy to talk to… Pleasant… Read more »

Kaplan Family
March 12, 2015 8:52 pm

This is a beautiful tribute to an amazing person. We should be reunited with Nadiv and all our loved ones with Moshiach immediately. Kehaty Family – we love you very much!

beautiful
March 12, 2015 8:23 pm

so special
I wish I could have met him. Such a holy neshama he must have had. Baruch Dayan Haemes. For all who mourn his passing, may Hashem be with you in your sorrow. And, as it says: “Those who sow in tears will reap in joy”. Soon, with the coming of Moshiach, we will meet Nadiv and the entire B’nei Yisrael in true happiness. All we can do now is daven to G-d, with sincere hearts, do Mitzvos, and make a difference in the world.

Very beautiful
March 12, 2015 7:32 pm

Thank you for sharing.

schreiber
March 12, 2015 7:29 pm

We are so proud of our native New Orleanian.I hope everyone, everywhere will learn more about this noble soul.Although our grief is immense, we must hold on to the cheer he spread.We must hold on to his smile,his charm,his goodness.If we don’t do this,then his legacy will have been in vain chas v’.It’s too shocking right now but slowly we must push ourselves to believe as he believed in the words of the Rebbe and our Creator.We must believe this is not the end.This is what will bring him peace.To honor his soul,is to do what he always did-to get… Read more »

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