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The Rosh
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The Rosh

What a great photo of the Rosh enjoying the moment.

He was a very special person
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He was a very special person

The lessons he taught us in BR Montreal are with us still

BRM High School
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BRM High School

His presence is sorely missed in Bais Rivkah Montreal High School. His warmth and passion will always be remembered.

Rabbi Wenger!!!
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Rabbi Wenger!!!

I love that last picture. To see you smile… Wherever I turn I feel like I will see you soon. I feel like I will meet you on Westbury or walk into your office in school. Rabbi Wenger, why?

Your Student
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Your Student

I will never forget your lessons – You were an inspiration

Its my teachers father!!
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Its my teachers father!!

My teacher didnt come to school for a long time because of that.

Thank you
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Thank you

Beautiful article of a special man.

what an inspiration
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what an inspiration

I wish my sons had him as a Rabbi. May his son Mordechai, who is also an inspiration, continue in his footsteps.

A special man
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A special man

A special man. Touched so many people in his special way. Never aloof and always had time for everyone. Even when he was sick and had many things on his mind he talked to me, more then 40 years younger then him and a child in both years and knowledge, with respect.

I cannot respect him more.

rabbi wenger
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rabbi wenger

rabbi wenger was a very special teacher
when i actually got kicked out of school i would come back for his classes…..

We owe Rabbi Wenger a tremendous debt
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We owe Rabbi Wenger a tremendous debt

Met him in Boston in 1974. He influenced tremendously our family and especially our oldest daughter who is known in CH as an Aishes Chayil and a pillar of our community. This would never have happened without the help of this great man. May the family have soem comfort in the the knowledhe of his good deeds

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