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  |  July 17, 2019

    Rachel Kloc, 97, OBM

    Mrs. Rachel Kloc, a Holocaust survivor and a longtime resident of Crown Heights, passed away. Levaya: Erev Sukkos at 9am. Full Story

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    BDE.
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    BDE.

    Bubby Rochel was so special. Her lips never stopped praising Hashem. Every time I came to visit her she was always in middle of saying tehillim. Despite the hardships she endured in the holocaust, she was always optimistic, and put her full bitachon in Hashem. She taught us how to be grateful for even the bear necessities we are granted in life! Bubby Rochel was so warm, loving, and caring.
    May we all learn from her ways, and may we merit to see her very soon with Moshiach speedily in our days!

    BORUCH DAYAN HAEMES
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    BORUCH DAYAN HAEMES

    SHE WILL BE MISSED A LOT. SO SORRY SHE WAS ONE OF THE NICEST KINDEST LADY I HAVE MET. SARA WE ALL LOVE YOU AND I TEFILOS ARE WITH YOU.
    BRACHA

    May she rest in peace
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    May she rest in peace

    and bask in the everlasting LIGHT of Hashem, a place of pure blissful solitude and spirituality, a place where every man’s destiny is – till we are all re united with Moshiach Tzidkenu. Amen.

    BDE
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    BDE

    Mrs Kloc was a wonderful lady. I enjoyed many shabbosim daven in next to her.

    amerika iz nisht andresh
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    amerika iz nisht andresh

    Six million heilge Kedoishim are going to welcome you into gan Eden!

    Baruch Dayan Hoemes
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    Baruch Dayan Hoemes

    Terrible loss to her family and Klal Yisroel. #5 I agree with you.

    Baruch Dayan Ha'emes
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    Baruch Dayan Ha'emes

    We are sadden by your loss, may you be comforted among the mourners of Zion
    -The Morrisons

    Baruch Dayan huh'emes
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    Baruch Dayan huh'emes

    As a neighbor I would often see this quiet, unassuming women sitting outside her apartment reading Tehillim with great intensity. How sad that she is gone; just seeing this intense picture was inspirational. May her family take comfort in the knowledge that she, a holocaust survivor who had every right to be angry and bitter, raised a fine, yiras shomayimdikeh family, and was, in her own quiet way, a dugma chaya for those of us who understood and appreciated the tmimmesdikeh mark she left in this world.

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