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In Memoriam (cont.)

 


In Memoriam

From right: Shlomo Novitzky
Sara Novitzky (Dushkin)
Elka Novitzky (Dushkin)
Eliezer Novitzky
(may he be separated for a long life!)

 
  Perpetuating their memory:
Haya Zelbin (Dushkin)
Yaacov Dushkin


In Eternal Remembrance

Haim Bussel
 

Rachel Meyerovitz (Bussel),
Ber Bussel, Pesach Bussel

 
  Memorializing:
Yitzhak Trovovitz (brother of one mother (sic))

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An Eternal Light of Remembrance

Haim, Chaya-Etya Lubchensky and their son Yisrael

 

Simcha and Rachel Lubchensky
 
  Memorializing:
Shaul Lubotz (Lubchensky)
Leah Kornfeld (Lubchensky)
Berel Lubchensky

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We Sanctify the Memory of Our Dear Ones

Grunia Krolavetsky
 

Shimon Krolavetsky

 
  Preserving their memory in sorrow:
Leah Dinai (Krolavetsky)
Mordechai Malchieli (Krolavetsky)
Arieh Shalit (Krolavetsky)


An Eternal Monument to my Parents

Avraham Kaplan
 

Rachel Kaplan

 
  Dedicated by:
Hana Kaplan-Kamin

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In Holy Remembrance

Grunia Krolavetsky         Meirim Kessler

 

The Dearly Beloved whose Memory will be Kept Forever

Tuvia Koltsitsky My father
Chasia Koltsitsky My mother
Pessia Krolavetsky My sister
Tszvi Krolavetsky Her husband
Grunia Krolavetsky
Tamar Krolavetsky
Their children
Esther Kessler My sister
Aryeh Kessler Her husband
Meirim Kessler
Tamar Kessler
Their children

 
  Dedicated in sorrow and pain by:
Hina Koltsitsky-Caspi

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In Eternal Remembrance

Binyamin and
Mordechai Zelivansky
 

Shimon and Rivka
Zelivansky (Krolavetsky)

 

From right sitting: Leah (may she be set apart for long life), Sara, Shimon Ostchinsky
(may he be set apart for long life), Mordechai (may he be set apart for long life), Rivka.
Standing: Yosef Ostchinsky, Aharon, Tzvi, Aryeh (may he be set apart for long life), Nachum (Krolavetsky)

 
  Submitted by:
Leah Dinai, Mordechai Malciel (Krolavetsky), Aryeh Shalit (Krolavetsky)

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In Eternal Remembrance

From Right: Itche-Berel, Liova, Dvoshke, Zelig, Moshe David Genzwitz

 

Moshe David
 

Itche-Berel
 

Liova
 
  Perpetrating their memory:
Tova Nachumovsky (Genzwitz) and her family

 

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