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The Rabbi Who Only Saw Good

Mr. Jeffrey Kimball, Treasurer of the Lubavitcher Yeshiva Academy in Springfield, MA, tells of the remarkable personality of Rabbi Dovid Edelman obm who passed away on Friday. Photos, Video

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WHAT JOY FOR BOTH!
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WHAT JOY FOR BOTH!

WHO IS THAT LUCKY GRANDSON?!?!

zaidy we miss you
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zaidy we miss you

these pictures of my zaidy and mendel holtzberg are very beautiful! I know must say that Zaidy had that connection with every one of his grandkids and would kiss us all like he’s kissing mendel on the forehead with a huge gezunte smile. We are all truly blessed to have had him so much in our lives

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Always positive, always with a friendly greeting, always with a smile. Rabbi David Edelman certainly brought much happiness and goodness to this world. A wonderful husband and father, grandfather and great grandfather, he raised a beautiful family that brings Moshiach closer. He certainly fulfilled his tafkid with great charm and success. He will be sorely missed. A one of a kind person.

My Memory of Rabbi Edelman
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My Memory of Rabbi Edelman

Just one memory of many…. I was lucky enough to attend Rabbi Edelman’s school. I never held my pencil properly and whenever R. Edelman would walk into the classroom, he would very gently correct my pencil grasp. My grandfathers passed away when I was very young and to me R. Edelman epitomizes the word Zaidy! With so many things going on in R. Edelman’s life, to care about how a young child holds her pencil truly represents R. Edelman. Somehow, everyone felt the warmth and care. BDE…the world has truly lost one of ultimate Dug Michayas of our time. -Talia… Read more »

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