Rabbi Chaim Levi Yizchok Ginsberg, a beloved Mashpia in Israeli Yeshivos who was devoted to the Rebbe’s mivtzoim, passed away on Friday, 16 Tammuz, 5779.
He was 61.
Rabbi Ginsberg was born to Rabbi Yehuda Leib and Zehava Ginsberg, and was named after the Rebbe’s father.
As a boy, he learned in the Karlin Yeshiva, and then enrolled on Tomchei Temimim in Lod, and later Kfar Chabad.
During his time in Kfar Chabad, he was favored by the Mashpia Rabbi Mendel Futerfas and was one of his closest students.
In 5737, rabbi Ginsberg was one of a group that opened the Tomchei Temimim yeshiva in Migdal Ha’emek.
As a bochur he learned in 770 in Crown Heights and was also zoche to be choizer of the Rebbe’s sichos.
After he married his wife Miriam, daughter of Rabbi Yaakov Peles, by the directive of the Rebbe he became a mashpia in Tomchei Temimim in Kfar Chabad, where he served for 20 years, until he became a mashpia in Rishon Letziyon.
Rabbi Ginsberg was devoted all his life to Mivtzoim, he went on Mivtzoim every Friday, and directed the organizations for the Rebbe’s projects of Mivtzah Hakhel and celebrate your Jewish birthday for Tzach in Israel.
He compiled explanations on the Tanya, and he constantly reviewed the Rebbes talks.
Two weeks ago he suffered an illness in his brain, and many around the world recited Tehillim in his merit.
On Friday his condition took a turn for the worse, and he passed away just before Shabbos.
The levaya took place Motzei Shabbos in Kfar Chabad.
Baruch Dayan Ha’emes.