With great sadness, shock and pain we inform you of the sudden and untimely passing of Rabbi Moshe Muller, beloved Shliach in Ilford, UK, and father of seven children. He was 43 years old.
Reb Moshe visited the hospital last week complaining of chest pains, and passed away on Sunday morning from a sudden and unexpected heart attack.
Rabbi Muller began his Shlichus in Ilford, northeast of London, in 1996. For 20 years he dedicated his life to his Shlichus under the auspices of Rabbi Aryeh Sufrin, and he was beloved by all who came into touch with him.
He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Bracha Muller (nee Bernstein), and their eight children: Mushka, Mendel, Shoshi, Yitzi, Shimi, Zalman, Yosef and Avremel.
He is also survived by his mother, Mrs. Jenette Muller (London, UK), and siblings: Rabbi Eli Muller (Montreal, Canada), Rabbi Chaim Muller (Melbourne, Australia), Mrs. Malka Zarfati (London, UK), Mrs. Yael Klyne (Manchester, UK), Mrs. Sarah Tuller (Crown Heights), Mrs. Shoshi Serebryanski (Melbourne, Australia), Mrs. Tovah Vidal (Montreal, Canada) and Mrs. Rivkah Hershkowitz (Chicago, IL).
The Levaya will be held Monday, 1 Iyar/9 May, leaving from Lubavitch House in Stamford Hill at 2:30pm and passing by his home, 28 The Crescent Gants Hill IG2 6JF, at 3:30pm. Burial will be held at Adas Yisroel Carterhatch Lane EN1 4BG at 4:15pm.
Shiva will be held at his home: Shachris at 6:45am (Sunday 8:30am); Mincha and Maariv at 7:30pm; Second Maariv at 9:30pm. Family rest time: 12:00pm – 3:00pm.
Two funds have been set up to help the family for this difficult time, one for residents of the UK and the other for residents of the US.
Boruch Dayan Hoemes