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In memory

Our parents:
Jehoszua and Doba Cyrla z”l
daughter of Mordechai Fuks

Who received a proper Jewish burial

The sisters:
Gala, Perla, Rajzla, Chaja-Lea and Mindale

The brother:
May the Lord revenge his blood

Who died in the Holocaust of the Jewish People and their place of burial is unknown.

Their memories will be engraved on our hearts forever

May their souls be bound up in the bond of eternal life

Jehoszua Rozenbaum and his wife Doba
of blessed memory
Szlomo Rozenbaum and Sosia Rajzman (Rozenbaum) in Israel
In memory of

Brother Jechiel

Sisters Lea, Rachel, Sara and Tamara

of the Rozen family

We will not forget, not forgive for those who were murdered, suffocated and incinerated by the German “Amalek”,
may their names be erased, in the extermination camps.

Their memories will never leave us.

In grief and anger:

Icchak, Reuwen, Rajzele, Israel, Mosze, Josef in the USA
Bluma Rozen (Ben Ze'ev) in Israel

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