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    Rabbi Moshe Feder, 94, OBM

    Rabbi Moshe Feder, one of the elder Chasidim of Montreal who was one of the students of Otwock and Shanghai, passed away. Full Story

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    A warm smile and a precious vort
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    A warm smile and a precious vort

    How fortunate for our community that Hashem brought you to Montreal. Always with a smile, a good vort, which enriched our lives. Professor Teitlebaum

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    Is there anywhere that we can send Nochum Aveilim?

    Nichomo
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    Nichomo

    HaMokom Yenacham Eschem BSoich Shaare Aveilei Tzion Virushayalim. He was an amazing man.

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    Uncle Moishe
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    Uncle Moishe

    Always with a smile, a kind word, a joke and a sincere interest in my life. A generous fellow who loved all, including the birds.

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    The world has lost a great tzadik
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    The world has lost a great tzadik

    We were blessed to know Rabbi Feder who was a scolar and a gentle and kind man to all.

    I distinctly remember his davening and torah reading on Rosh Hashana and Yom Kipur.

    May the family be comforted among the mourners of Zion

    Loss of A Rebbe and Friend
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    Loss of A Rebbe and Friend

    Rabbi Feder was my teacher in Grade 6 @ UTT and I had him for many shiurim @ Herzliah. He was a beloved and highly respected teacher who truly cared about his students. He was very close with Harav Aryeh Leib Baron Zatzal going back to Shanghai and would daven with us @ Rabbi Baron’s on Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur. In addition, to being our Shaliach Tzibur for Shacahrit and Kriyat Hatorah, he also blew Shofar, There was an emesdikeh kavanah to the tephillah that I not experienced since those very special days. Rabbi Feder was blessed with a… Read more »

    A respected colleague
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    A respected colleague

    Rabbi Feder was an esteemed and respected colleague and educator. He was not just a I teacher,he was משכמו ומעלה.He will be greatly missed and long remembered לטובה.
    יהי זכרו ברוך. Our condolences, Hanna &Arlazar Eliashiv

    Sad to hear the news.
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    Sad to hear the news.

    Rabbi Feder was my teacher at Herz. Such a nice gentle soul. Bde.

    Grieving From Los Angeles , CA
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    Grieving From Los Angeles , CA

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    Your words truly depict who Rabbi Feder was!
    My father Rabbi Dr. Aharon Ben -Tovim AH was also in Herzliah HS , a young gemorah teacher who was mentored by Rabbi Feder. My father must have been your teacher as well. We also davened at Rabbi Leib Baron’s Shteibel on LaCombe Ave.
    Rabbi Feder was truly a Tzadik Hador!!

    Zaidy moshe
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    Zaidy moshe

    He was a good zaidy and always had a smile. I miss him so much. I love you zaidy and may we be reunited with the coming of moshiach soon!

    He was a great teacher
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    He was a great teacher

    Rabbi Feder always had a smile and a great love for his students. I graduated from Herzliah 25 years ago, and will always remember him. May his family be comforted among the mourners of Zion and Jerusalem.

    Rabbi Feder
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    Rabbi Feder

    A kind teacher with a sense of humour and patience which we did not always deserve as a bunch of rowdy, rude adolescents. He was respectful to the girls and this was a rare feature amongst Gmarah teachers in HHS. He made the subject interesting and relevant. Condolences to the family יהי זכרו ברוך.

    Rabbi Feder inspired
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    Rabbi Feder inspired

    I graduated from Herzliya high school in the early 80s, Akiva before. I was privileged to have rabbi Feder as a teacher who in his own way inspired my Talmud and Torah learning. May his memory be for a blessing for so many that still learn today. Baruch Dayan Emet.

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