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    Rabbi Leibel Simpson, 83, OBM

    Rabbi Leibel Simpson, founder of famed jewelry store Simpson's Jewelers in Boro Park, Brooklyn, passed away. Full Story

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    WHAT A LOSS
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    WHAT A LOSS

    THIS MAN WAS A QUIET FOUNDER OF SO MANY TZEDAKAH FOUNDATIONS AND A SILENT SUPPORTER OF A MOISAID IN CROWN HIEGHTS.
    WHEN YOU CAME INTO THE STORE WHEN HE HAD THE SMALL STORE STILL, AND YOU WERE BUYING FOR $400 DOLLARS , HE TREATED YOU WITH THE SAME COURTESY AND DIGNITY AS IF YOU WERE BUYING FOR $40,00!!!!
    HE WILL BE MISSED.

    BDE
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    BDE

    condolences to the family; he will be missed

    a truly great man in a quiet way
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    a truly great man in a quiet way

    I personally expirenced his Chessed along with his son Yossi TBLT”A that when money was needed for an a family he/ they contributed in a HUGE sum of money , without any publicity

    bar mitzvah gift
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    bar mitzvah gift

    As yossi his son’s brother-in-law I still have the sefer hatoldys set 20 vol he gave me for my bar mitzvah.
    Gershon mendel gorelik, told me all his life going back he was always a true example of a one always extra dedicated to be there for the the truth.
    True tomim/all his life.

    Ad Mosai!
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    Ad Mosai!

    What a special and kind person
    baruch dayan haemes!
    Mashiach now!

    Big Z Schapiro
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    Big Z Schapiro

    BDE

    He was a tzadik
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    He was a tzadik

    I sat next to him in shul for many years. He had the most BEAUTIFUL middos as mispallel, and as a friend.
    He was also a magnificent baal koreh.
    He should be a meletz yosher for his family and klal yisroel.

    Feter Leibi
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    Feter Leibi

    A one of a kind chosid!
    Totally ibergegeben and mekushar to the Rebbe.
    Kind, sincere and humble a quite yet big baal chesed and always with a smile!
    Zoche to bring up a family of true Chassidim, shluchim, and Yirei Shomayim.

    Childhood Memories
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    Childhood Memories

    Growing up with him as the baal Koreh in his father’s shul, he was one who didn’t speak much. when he did speak, his words were measured and exact. he was a chasid par excellence. Being his son, Yosef Yitzchak’s friend, we spent many a Shabbos learning and playing in his house.

    May he be a meilitz yosher for his entire family.

    Condolences to my dear lifelong friend, Yosef Yitzchak. May you know no more tzar and have only simchos.

    Chaim Dalfin

    Bh
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    Bh

    Good Yid
    Zg

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