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BDE: Harry Aaron Medelsohn, 55, OBM

With great sadness we inform you about the passing of Harry Aaron Medelsohn OBM, a chossid and supported of Lubavitch activities. He passed away Monday afternoon the 3rd of Nissan. He was 55 years old.

Aaron Mendelsohn was known Baal Tedakah, and was a supporter of the Machne Yisroel Fund. He learned in Yeshivas Tiferes Bochurim and in the Chabad Yeshiva in Kfar Chabad.

He is survived by his brother Eric Mendelsohn (Arizona), and sisters Janet (Jarusalem), and Miki (Philadelphia), and many nieces, nephews, and cousins.

The Levaya will be passing by 770 Tuesday morning at 9am on its way to North Carolina, times to be announced.

Shiva information to be announced.

Boruch Dayan Hoemes

8 Comments

  • 1. אילן יעקב ברק wrote:

    ברוך דיין האמת

    Such a tragic loss, he was such a sweet man. He was a Bal Chesed and helped my wife so much before we were married!

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  • 2. Chani from Montreal wrote:

    Never in this world will anyone ever find a more devoted kinder friend than Harry. I love you, I miss you.

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  • 4. James565 wrote:

    Such a kind man that I ever met and a very big heart such humor in his soul and would light up a room.Harry you will be missed,Your memories will live on my friend.

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  • 5. Shlomo H wrote:

    Aaron was full of heart and kindness, he lived his life with pure Emunah and Bitochon in Hashem, he was a caring person that would go to great lengths to help anyone in need. It was a privilege to call him a friend. This world is not the same without him.
    BDE

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  • 6. Donna Sugar wrote:

    Dear Childhood friend
    Best friend to my brother
    Brother of my best friend
    So sad you are gone.
    Such good memories of watching
    You grow up.
    Rest In Peace Dear Harry

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  • 7. Zvi from Flatbush wrote:

    We all have much to learn from his שמחת החיים and אמונה פשוטה – let’s all try and emulate his ways in his זכות

    Reply

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