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TRAGEDY: Chosson, 23, Passes Away

It is with a heavy heart CrownHeights.info informs its reader of the untimely passing of 23 year-old Chosson, Hatomim Yossi Kreiman OBM of a sporting accident in Los Angeles on Friday afternoon.

Yoss was scuba-diving with some friends at the south of the Redondo Beach pier near Los Angeles when something went wrong. County fire Inspector Frederic Stowers said, “Apparently a diver who surfaced reported the missing divers. They may have lost their orientation as to where they were in the water.”

Yossi was engaged to be married next month.

He is the son of Nachman and Devorah Kreiman of Los Angeles, CA.

The Levaya will take place today, Sunday, Lamed Cheshvon – November 7, 2010 at 2:00 p.m. at Yeshiva Ohr Elchonon Chabad, 7215 Waring Ave, Los Angeles, CA.

The Kevurah will take place at Mount Olive Cemetery, 7231 E. Slauson Ave, Los Angeles, CA at 3:30 pm

Shiva is at 180 S Highland Ave, Los Angeles, CA

Minyanim:
8:45 am shacharis
4:45 pm Mincha, followed by Ma’ariv

Boruch Dayan Hoemes

48 Comments

  • 1. TLTD wrote:

    Baruch dayan haemes!

    Yossi, you will always be remembered for your quick wit and your unparalleled ‘koch’ in learning.

    The world is a darker place without you.

  • 2. TLTD wrote:

    Baruch dayan haemes!

    Yossi, you will always be remembered for your quick wit and your unparalleled ‘koch’ in learning.

    The world is a darker place without you

  • 3. genug shoyn! wrote:

    oy, boruch dayan haemes! may hashem give his family and bride the strength to deal with this tragedy!!

  • 4. a Los Angeles resident wrote:

    Boruch Dayan Hoemes! This is a huge loss for the Los Angeles community! We have to take something upon ourselves to do in his merit and bring Moshiach Now!

  • 5. MOSHIACH, WE ARE READY wrote:

    I’m in tears!!!! Hashem, ENOUGH IS ENOUGH!
    WHAT DO YOU WANT FROM US!!!!!!
    If you want us to ask for Moshiach, we beg you to PLEASE SEND MOSHIACH NOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • 6. So sad wrote:

    Baruch Dayan Hemes. A real tragedy. Our prayers go out to the Kreimans who have lost I think 3 children already. Oh Rebbe, help us again to bring opn the geulah.

  • 7. baruch dyana hoemes wrote:

    MOSHIACH NOW..WHY!! such an amazing person and the mostly beautifully amazing kallah ever
    WHY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • 8. a close family friend wrote:

    hamakom yinachem eschem bisoch shar avalloy tzion b’ yirushalyim

    only simchas

  • 9. Devastated wrote:

    I remember when he was born a few days before my child. I can’t believe this. My heart is breaking for his parents, sister, grandparents, Kallah & relatives. When is this going to end? Aibishter, stop this tsur!

    Baruch Dayan HaEmes

  • 12. Oy, Hashem! wrote:

    Aibishter, what should we do?????????? Only you can help, PLEASE BRING MOSHIACH NOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • 15. resident wrote:

    Hashem Enough is enough, we cant bear the pain any more. We promise to put our defferences aside and inite. We vow to help each other just a bit more. We will try to say how are you with real feelng . Not just because. Hashem we will love each other no matter what. we will stop the loshon horar

  • 16. TLTD wrote:

    Baruch dayan haemes!

    Yossi, you will always be remembered for your quick wit and your unparalleled ‘koch’ in learning.

    The world is a darker place without you.

  • 17. A close friend wrote:

    Boruch dayan haemes, cant belive this happened, haashem pls stop all these tragedies

  • 21. Chana wrote:

    My heart breaks for his Kallah. Though I don’t know you personally, Chaya’le, my prayers are with you during this unbelievably painful time. Please know that you are in the hearts of all of us and that you will make it through this period with the support of your family and community. Boruch Dayan haEmes.

  • 23. josh wrote:

    BDH”A!!!!!
    This is crazy!!! Such a nice boy! A big masmid!!!!
    Whats going on here!?!?!?!?!?!?

    CH.info, I think you should take down the kallah’s name… and erase this part of the comment when you do so…

  • 24. AD MOSAI!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! wrote:

    AD MOSAI !!! AD MOSAI!!!! AD MOSAI!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • 27. A classmate.. wrote:

    This is an unbelievable shock. He was an amazing person and friend. We should not know of bad things only simchas….

  • 28. A classmate wrote:

    Devora,
    My heart goes out to you at this time. May Hashem give you koach to get through this dark time and withstand this difficult nisayon. Your son was beautiful – within and without. May he be the final ‘korbon’ of klal yisrael and beseech Hashem to end this galus and send Moshiach now.

  • 29. friend of a friend wrote:

    i’m in total and complete shock. my thoughts and prayers are with his family and with Chaya’le. May Hashem grant us with a speedy end to Galus and the final redemption with the coming of Moshiach. Baruch Dayan HaEmes.

  • 30. WHY??????????????? wrote:

    hashem no i cant belive it im still in denial no words can express my feelings why? why? why? why? wwwwwwwwwwwhhhhhhhhhhhhhyyyyyyyy????? no no no! hashem you are our father we are your children “krachem av al bonim cain terachem alainu”!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • 31. naomi wrote:

    So sorry Chayale, and for hussan’s parents also. May HaShem grant us Moshiach NOW

  • 32. L.A MOM wrote:

    Aibeshter,have rachmanus!!!we are so broken from this .this family has been through so,so much.give us moshiach now!!!

  • 33. oy vey! Tshuva now! wrote:

    My heart goes for the kalla, may HaShem bring you strength to you, the niftar’s family and friends and all klal yisroel! Baruch Dayan Emes!!!!

  • 37. Tzvi wrote:

    Was Hashem trying to tell us something on Friday 11\5\10

    1st Menachem Deren A chabad Rabbi
    2nd Yossi Krimen a Chabad Bochur who was going to get married in a few weeks

    Why can’t Hashem tell us what he wants in a Nicer Way

  • 38. Uncle Mendel wrote:

    I didn’t know him, but as a parent, I must ask myself, was the sporting accident in Los Angeles necessary? I always wonder, with so much to look forward to and so much to lose, CH’V SH’, why would anyone do anything that could be potentially dangerous? If you think it could never happen to you, it does in fact, R’M’V’S,happen. We all have seen it. Here is another tragic example.

    I am sure many will criticize these words, but not parents.

    Arlans is closed for now.

  • 39. to #38 wrote:

    to #38 today at the levaya rabbi shochet stressed that the boy had one taiva and that was to see the wonders of the world that hashem created. and he really enjoyed seeing hashems wonders under the sea. so yes it was neccesarry to do that scuba diving trip

  • 40. to #38 wrote:

    to #38 today at the levaya rabbi shochet stressed that the boy had one taiva and that was to see the wonders of the world that hashem created. and he really enjoyed seeing hashems wonders under the sea. so yes it was neccesarry to do that scuba diving trip

  • 41. to #38 wrote:

    maybe you shouldnt walk down the street you might trip and die, or cross the road, the cras do go quite fast…..

  • 42. former californian wrote:

    who are we to judge,like we daven on yomim noraim, mi bamayim,mi ba aish,etc. it was meant to be… but i say to the wrong family!Ad Mosai

  • 43. his cousin wrote:

    this is so hard for me to take in ad mosai!! aibishter please bring moshiach right now!

  • 44. Michoel wrote:

    He was a real good kid, watching him grow, seeing how happy he was to tell me he was a chossin.
    I will miss him

  • 46. Fellow Shliach from Berlin wrote:

    Dear Rabbi and Mrs. Kreiman,

    I first got to know Yossi when we were together in Berlin; sent as a group of ten bochurim. Whenever Yossi was learning, it was with all his energy going deep into learning. I was amazed and am still amazed at his total devotion. He was very kind and helped me understand the gemarah whenever I wasn’t clear, he had the astonishing ability to explain complex concepts in laymans terms. When he learned with people from the community, you always saw Yossi going deep into the concepts and no matter the person he was, was able to follow.

    May H-shem truly comfort you.

  • 48. Ira Caplan wrote:

    Bs”d,

    I am so sad to hear this news. May the family and his friends and community be granted every comfort and consolation. This is a hard tragedy to hear about. You will be in my thoughts and prayers; how can we possibly find a place of peace with such an inexplicable sequence of events?

    Yossi sounds like he was a bright, knowing, generous young man that would have continued to bring tremendous good into the world. His Soul is and will continue to be a light and a source of elevation and guidance for others.
    May You be comforted among the Mourners of Zion and Jerusalem;

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