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Tuesday, 17 Elul, 5782
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R’ Meir Rotenstreich, 91, OBM

R’ Meir Rotenstreich, an elder chossid from Crown Heights, passed away on Thursday night, 15 Av, 5782. Full Story

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Such sad news
August 12, 2022 10:40 am

R Meir was a special chosid! He will be missed by all! BDE May the family only know of simchos bkorov!

A Geshmakeh Chosid!!!
August 12, 2022 11:36 am

Full of strength!! Buruch Dayan HaEmes…no more pain! Moshiach Now!

גוייס ומשפחה
August 12, 2022 12:47 pm

ברוך דיין האמת,
So privileged to have known R.Meir.
Remember eating in the Succah in Yerushalayim years ago🌺 such an honor

Menachem
August 12, 2022 2:21 pm

I was a classmate with Yanky A”H. Like his Father Reb Meir was a wonderful person. His personality and character was exemplary to all. Kind honest gracias and always welcoming with a beautiful smile. I was never surprised by Yanki’s warmth and kindness. After he invited me to his home. I didn’t live in crown Heights. So he took me in. His Father was an amazing Yid. He n me add me feel so at home and relaxed. Thank you both for your amazing hospitality and welcoming in with a smile and kindness. May he be a Mailitz Yosher. As… Read more »

An Erilcher un Varamer Yid and Talmud Chochim
August 12, 2022 2:40 pm

We will all miss R’ Meir. A true Chosid, Yira Shamiem and a Lamdan. I merited to eat at his Shabbos table with his Rebbetzin Batsheva A”H countless times as a Bocur and his love and Simcha for Torah and the Kedusha of Shabbos can still be felt in my bones all these years later. The world has lost a great light, may his family have a Nechomah.

MES.
PB.

What a loss
August 14, 2022 10:18 am

R meir ztza”l was an outstanding talmid chochom and a real chasidishe yid, always smiling and saying a gut vort to everyone and what a great machnis orach he was. They don’t make such people anymore, he was rare. May his neshama have an alya.

Dear Libby
August 18, 2022 12:30 am

We just saw this, we’re so very sorry to read of the passing of Reb Meir. So many memories from “Little 770” Montgomery Street shul. Reb Meir was a legend in the shul, always there, and always so kind and warm to everyone.

May his Neshama have an aliyah.

Hindy & Simcha Lewis, Israel

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