By COLlive reporter
Rabbi Moshe Muller, one of the beloved Chabad Shluchim in Great Britain, has suddenly passed away in the hospital on Sunday, 30 Nissan 5776.
The 43-year-old reported chest pains last week and was instructed to remain on best rest over Shabbos for additional checkups. Today, he suffered a heart attack.
The news came as a shock to his family, colleagues, community members and many friends he has acquired over the years with his friendly and good nature.
Since 1996, he has served as Assistant Director and Centre Operations Manager of Chabad Lubavitch Centres of N. E. London and Essex headquartered in Ilford, under the leadership of Rabbi Aryeh Sufrin.
Together with his wife, he has organized youth activities throughout the year, and oversaw the koshering of kitchens, Tefillin and Mezuzah home checking and replacement services.
He also organized the festival programs, under 35’s Friday night meals, Torah and chassidus classes, teenage summer and winter activities and visits to the infirm and housebound.
“One of the sweetest people to walk G-d’s earth has been taken from us tonight,” a friend commented on the sudden passing. “Too soon.”
He is survived by his wife Mrs. Brochi Muller (nee Bernstein) and their children Chaya Mushka, Mendel, Shoshi, Yitzy, Shimi, Zalman, Yosef, and Avraham Yisroel.
He is also survived by his mother, Jenette Muller – London; and siblings Rabbi Eli Muller – Montreal, Canada, Rabbi Chaim Muller, Mrs. Malka Zarfati – London, UK; Mrs. Yael Klyne – Manchester, UK, Mrs. Sarah Tuller – Crown Heights; Mrs. Shoshi Serebryanski – Melbourne, Australia; Mrs. Tovah Vidal – Montreal, Canada; and Mrs. Rivkah Hershkowitz – Chicago, IL.
The levaya will be held Monday, leaving from Lubavitch (Stamford Hill) 2.30pm, go to the family home at 28 the Crescent Gants Hill IG2 6JF at 3.30pm and then to Adas Yisroel Enfield Carterhatch Lane EN1 1BG at 4.15pm.
Shiva at the family home
Shacharis 6.45 am
Sunday 8.30 am
Mincha & Maariv together 7.30 pm. Second Maariv 9.30 pm
Family rest time 12-3.00 pm.
Baruch dayan haemes.