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R’ Yankel Winter, 86, OBM

R' Yankel Winter, a longtime Crown Heights resident and successful businessman, passed away on Shabbos. Full Story

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The Rebbe himself was their mesader kidushin
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The Rebbe himself was their mesader kidushin

The Rebbe himself was their mesader kidushin

770 and Tzivos Hashem
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770 and Tzivos Hashem

Yaakov Winter gave the corner building on Union and KIngston Ave. to the rebbe as a gift to expand 770. He also gave the building on Eastern parkway and KIngston Ave. to Tzivos Hashem to build the Museum.

Boruch Dayan Haemes
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Boruch Dayan Haemes

We were their neighbors growing up. He was always so friendly and positive.
Moshiach now!

Thank you
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Thank you

Yakov and his wife, Chasya helped bring our family to yiddishkeit when I was a little girl. They welcomed us into their family as their very own. Yakov will always be a part of making me who I am today. Baruch Dayan Emes.

With deep sympathy
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With deep sympathy

BDS
My heart goes out especially to Chasya a devoted wife and of course her caring, good, and very supportive family.
I’m sorry for all of your loss.
Sarah Rose

He learned more then he worked
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He learned more then he worked

He spent many hours each day immersed in learning more then his business.

One of The Early Tmimim In United States
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One of The Early Tmimim In United States

Came to Lubavitch As a Young Boy, From Pittsfield or Pittsburgh
His parents wanted him to learn in a yeShiva

Our Special Cousins
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Our Special Cousins

B”H. BDE. Kind, warm, friendly, and giving family. Our hearts are heavy as Yankel A”H will be greatly missed. May Hashem comfort Chasya, a regal woman, and their wonderful children…Moshiach Now!

My Dad's Cousin
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My Dad's Cousin

Yankel and Chasya always welcomed me to their beautiful, warm house. We would always talk for long periods of time about our family history, CHABAD history, and Judaism. He would periodically call me to see how I was doing and fill me in on family Simchas or to connect me to relatives on the west coast. I always saw him as the conduit between my secular childhood and my large Chassidic extended (literal) family. Therefore, he was a great influence in shaping me and was a source of great pride for me. I just checked my phone and noticed he… Read more »

My Uncle Yankel
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My Uncle Yankel

You know how you read stories of great people who are sincere in their Avodos Hashem, don’t get angry, hide from honor, are not judgemental, give a lot of tzedakah in secret, daven slowly with kavanah, learn a lot of Torah but in a hidden fashion, truly want Moshiach, soft spoken, love their fellow jew etc… and they do all this in an hidden fashion that the community don’t realize that such a great man is living in the midst. Some people even mock on how removed he is from gashmius and the simplicity of his clothing. My Uncle Yankel… Read more »

המקום ינחם אתכם 
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המקום ינחם אתכם 

Sending strength,comfort and love to all of your families during this very painful time.

May G-d wipe away your tears.

With much love,
Chanie Kozliner

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