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Rebbetzin Golda Aronow, 89, OBM

Rebbetzin Golda Aronow, wife of Reb Menachem Mendel Hakohen Aronow, and one of the founding members of the Toronto Chabad community known for her exemplary Hachnosas Orchim, passed away on Shabbos. Update: Levaya on Monday. Full Story

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A very special lady
May 2, 2021 3:46 am

מרת גאלדא בת ר’ מרדכי ירחמיאל חיים לימא ע”ה I have very fond memories of Tanteh Luleh. She had an open home and lived having guest. She was an Aishes Chayil and a true example of a Chasidisteh. Mekushar to the Rebbe and raised a beautiful family of many generations of Shluchim. Participating in Simchas was very important to her, even when it came at great sacrifice such as pain in her feet etc. She always showed care and an interest in how other people were doing, listing many names of great nieces and nephews, including recently married additions to… Read more »

Truly special lady
May 2, 2021 8:57 am

She was one of warmest hartzik women I have known. Her varimkeit came from her heart. She was emes in true sense. People like her leave a void in this world

From Rivka Rapoport, Toronto, Canada
May 2, 2021 4:42 pm

Rebbetzin Golda Aronow was a very warm, caring, sincere, and emotional person that took an interest in the welfare of her family, friends, and community. Her strong emunah and bitochon helped her navigate through her life challenges. Her home was always open for Hachnasas Orchim and trully enjoyed sharing Chassidishe stories. She was trully a special person and will be sorely missed!!!

girl from Toronto
May 3, 2021 2:34 pm

I remember the last time I was at the aronow’s house sitting in the kitchen and talking to Rebbetzin Aronow. ASuch a sweet lady. You could tell she was a hartzige woman from the Alte heim. Even though I was so young (I still am) she asked questions and wanted to know who I was and how I was doing in school. It didn’t matter that she hadn’t seen me in a long time and I was practically a stranger. She was still so welcoming and caring.
Her neshama should have an Aliyah.
Baruch Dayan Haemes.

Grateful
May 4, 2021 9:53 am

Baruch Dayan Emes! Grateful to this wonderful rebbetzin. Because of one her granddaughters, I am frum and with a daughter of my own. How many countless of generations have been created/will be created because of this amazing woman? Every Jew is a world, and saving a Jew is like saving the whole world; how many thousands of ‘worlds’ has this heilige woman saved?! We will never know, but the light created by all of them shines on forever. May it be a tremendous merit for her and her entire family!!!!

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