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Boruch Dayan Ho’emes: Marvin Fruchter, 61, OBM

With great sadness and pain we inform you of the untimely death of Marvin Fruchter, a part-owner of Apple Drugs on Kingston Avenue and beloved member of the Crown Heights community, though he lived in Plainview, NY. He was 61 years old.

Marvin’s passing comes a month after a devastating accident, which resulted in him falling into a coma from which he never awoke. He passed away at 2:00am this morning at the Nassau University Medical Center.

“Marvin was a kind, gentle and caring individual who gave a lot of Tzedaka; just a wonderful person,” a visibly heartbroken Shloime Gutleizer, Marvin’s Partner at Apple Drugs for the past 24 years, told CrownHeights.info.

He is survived by his wife, Rita, and two children: Fred, 27, and Scott, 24.

The Levaya will take place tomorrow, September 19th, 11:00am, at Gutterman’s Funeral Chapel, 8000 Jericho Turnpike in Woodbury, Long Island, NY.

17 Comments

  • 4. Oy vey ! Bde wrote:

    So sad to hear. He was a real mentch! Always a smile on his face! Always helpful! What a loss!

  • 7. We Need Moshiach Now!!! wrote:

    This is so sad. Marvin was such a giving person. He always did what He could for everyone. Please Hashem, please hear are cries and prayers send us Moshiach!

  • 8. Dear friend wrote:

    I am extremely Heartbroken. Marvin indeed was a kind person with great middos. He always cared about his community an his workers and tried everything possible to give each person his devoted attention. He cared about putting his fellow Jews first and did not stop at anything to get prescriptions ordered, dosages changed, and was commited to work personally on each persons insurance coverage to attend to their medical needs. Our prayers are with the family and friends. We want Moshchiach now! We love you Marvin!

  • 11. Gentle soul wrote:

    He was a very kind and gentle soul. May his family only have Simchas.
    Hashem please protect his family.

  • 13. dear marrrrr-VAN, wrote:

    you were a lovely boss.

    you were a gentle, funny, intelligent man.

    you were polite and humble. you had so much ahavas yisroel.

    you had great taste in music.

    the world is less rich with you gone.

    love,
    Pine-Needle

  • 15. Pinchos Woolstone wrote:

    Marvin, was a wonderful man, he always responded to my questions with care, consideration and professionalism.
    May his wife and children be comforted among the mourners of Tzion and Yerushalayim.
    Moshiach Now

  • 16. Sarit wrote:

    I am saddened to hear the news I had such a special time working on the Bikur Cholim Mosaic with Marvin and Shloime truly wonderful people at Apple Drugs. Linda and Shloime may you be comforted by the special memories you shared.

  • 17. anonymous wrote:

    Marvin never raised his voice, and treated every person with respect. My heart is broken that such a terrible thing could happen to such a beautiful person.

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