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Petirah of Reb Dov Kreiswirth Z”L [UPDATED]

It is with much regret we inform you of the Petirah of Reb Dov Kreiswirth Z”L of Lakewood.

Reb Dov Z”L, a son of Rav Chaim Zatzal, was an icon of Chesed in Lakewood for many years. He was in his seventies.

Reb Dov’s wife, Rebbetzin Leah Kreiswirth A”H, was a longtime Mechaneches at Bais Kaila. She was Niftar in 2018.

The Levaya is expected to take place at 11:00 PM on Motzei Shabbos at BMG, with Kevurah in Eretz Yisroel.

Baruch Dayan Ha’emes.

[Photos provided by the Lakewood Shopper]

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There are 6 Comments to "Petirah of Reb Dov Kreiswirth Z”L [UPDATED]"

  • Moshe Grama says:

    Oy BDE…what a special yid…I had the zechus driving him and his rebbetzin many times.

    Yehi zichro baruch

  • M. morsel says:

    BDE

  • shmuel says:

    AN ADOM GADOL AD MEOD!!!!!!!!

  • Remembering says:

    Truly one of Lakewood’s best has now left us. A real אדם גדול. A man with a huge heart of gold who always had a beautiful smile and good word of chizuk for every person. A one man Chesed and Tzedakah organization in the days before Lakewood was flooded with organizations. Rav Dov….You know what you need to do for Lakewood up there…

  • sam gutman says:

    he was a goan, the son of a velts goan, was very close to reb pinchos bodner and the bialas

  • Esther says:

    He always had a smile and good word for me, his Rebbetzin’s a”h student. Together they built klal yisroel up one positive interaction at a time. What a tremendous loss. And their simchas hachaim was palpable. May the family have a nechama.