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Reb Dovid ben Reb HaRav Ezriel Zelig

Niftar 15 MarCheshvan 5754

Born in Charnoff, Poland in 1927. He survived the Auschwitz Concentration Camp He settled in Sweden and married in 1949 He emigrated to the United Stated in 1954 and had a deep love for Eretz Israel. He was a fine Chazan.

Dedicated by his children Jeffery and Pearl Ratz


 






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