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    Rabbi Tzemach Cunin, 43, OBM

    Shocking passing on the eve of Gimmel Tammuz: Rabbi Tzemach Cunin, a beloved Chabad Shliach in California, passed away suddenly on Friday. Levaya: Sunday in Los Angeles. Full Story

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    עד מתי
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    עד מתי

    בד״ה עד מתי

    עד מתי
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    עד מתי

    ברוך דיין האמת עד מתי

    Esther and Yitzchok Michael
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    Esther and Yitzchok Michael

    BDE. So So Sorry to hear the loss of Your dear husband. Aida May you and your family only know from Simchas from now on. Moshiach now.

    stunned..
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    stunned..

    Whaat??!!

    Yisroel Feiner
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    Yisroel Feiner

    There are no words and that can express this shock

    BDE
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    BDE

    May his neshama have an Aliyah, moshiach now!

    Terrible loss!!
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    Terrible loss!!

    I grew up with Tzemach and truly attest to his absolutely golden heart. He was the most gentle and non-assuming character I’ve known and it was this very nature that attracted people to him. May his Neshama have the greatest aliyah thru descending back down here with Moshiach’s immediate arrival!

    David Sacks
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    David Sacks

    Rabbi Tzemach was the purest soul. Full of love and gentleness and the most elevated Torah middos. What a loss to the world. May Hashem comfort his family, Tzion and Yerushalem.

    Devastating
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    Devastating

    I am horrified and shocked to hear about this. Ada is a Tzaddikess. May HaShem comfort… Moshiach NOW.. Please!!!!

    Yisroel Feiner
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    Yisroel Feiner

    Words cannot describe our shock

    Rabbi Bentzion Kravitz
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    Rabbi Bentzion Kravitz

    Heartbreaking news. Tzemach was 1 year old when I started working in the Westwood Chabad house. He was the most sincere and kindhearted person I ever met. He will be sorely missed. My condolences go out to the entire family.

    המקום ינחם אתכם בתוך שאר אבלי ציון וירושלים.

    Shocking!
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    Shocking!

    Ad Mossi!!!!!

    Shmuli
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    Shmuli

    I am in shock…I just saw Tzemach at a Chasunah a couple weeks ago in NY, and a couple weeks before that in Shul on a visit to Los Angeles. He came from an illustrious family, and he could have felt above others, but he was the exact opposite. He loved to talk to people, with so much warmth, and kindness making one feel they were above him. The truth is he was the one who was above and beyond. A tragic loss for his parents, wife, siblings, children, and in laws, and also for his Chabad House community, and… Read more »

    Words fail
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    Words fail

    Words are meaningless when it involves the loss of a man like Tzemach. There are less words for his family to feel any comfort

    What an amazing soul he is…

    Chosid
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    Chosid

    What a tragedy right before gimmel Tammuz shows us how special he is

    Brian and Ilana Lipman (New York)
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    Brian and Ilana Lipman (New York)

    B.D.E We are shocked and saddened by the loss of your dear husband and father You should all be comforted .

    What a shock

    BDE
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    BDE

    Very kind Chosid – will be very sorely missed. Ad Mossai!!!!

    😮OMG is this legit?
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    😮OMG is this legit?

    For real…
    ad Mossi????????
    He was a great man. Didn’t know him very well.
    Just visited LA a few times and got to know him really just a bit. Very special man!
    We may all be zoche to the coming of Moshiach now!!

    Baruch Dayan Emes
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    Baruch Dayan Emes

    Baruch Dayan Emes

    big Z Schapiro
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    big Z Schapiro

    BDE

    Baruch Dayan Ha'Emes
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    Baruch Dayan Ha'Emes

    B”H Dear Mishpochos Cunin,

    “Hamakom yinachem es’chem b’toch sha’ar aveilim Tziyon v’Yerushalayim!”
    May you find healing and chizuk in your husband and father’s bright and holy legacy, to continue bearing the flame and illuminating many more lives.
    I am deeply pained for your loss; my heart and tefillos are with you.
    May this be the year we merit to usher in the light of Geulah and a world where we know of no more darkness, and we are reunited with all our loved ones.
    May Rabbi Tzemech’s neshomo have a tremendous aliyoh.

    very sad
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    very sad

    He will be truly missed BDE

    ברוך דיין האמת
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    ברוך דיין האמת

    Ada,
    Could not believe what I was reading.
    My heart goes out to you and your dear children.
    May Hashem give you all the strength you need to get through this difficult time and beyond!
    המקום ינחם אתכם בתוך שאר אבלי ציון וירושלים

    An Alumna of Chaya Mushka Seminary ‘94

    BDE
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    BDE

    Such sad news. Its always sad to lose someone, even harder to lose someone so suddenly. Sending love and condolences to his family.

    So sad.
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    So sad.

    What happened So sadהמקום ינחת את המשפחה בתוך כל אבלי ירושלים.

    I can't believe it.
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    I can't believe it.

    I remember him when he was a sweet little boy, I can’t believe this.

    To the Cunin family, המקום ינחם אתכם בתוך שאר אבלי ציון וירושלים

    Chana K.

    So Sorry
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    So Sorry

    so saddened to hear about the passing of one of Rabbi Cunin’s illustrious offspring. I did not know him, but rather I was more familiar with the older children. We often met in the neighborhood and schmoozed a bit, as they took their shabbos walks on Galey Ave, near UCLA, with their tattie and mommy. I was also amazed at the children’s leibidikcyte and modesty especially during a tumultuous time around 1968-69, which was anything but modest. Surely from what I am hearing and reading, Tzemach was cut from the same cloth. He will be sorely missed within the Los… Read more »

    Barry G.Kaiman
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    Barry G.Kaiman

    I just learned of this upsetting news. Rabbi Cunin reached out to my spirituality like no other person in my life. May G-d bless his lovely family. Barry G. Kaiman

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