Baruch Dayan Ha’emes: Updated: We regret to inform you of the Petirah of Harav Michel Small Zatzal, Rav of P’alei Tzedek of Chicago, who was Niftar today in Lakewood. Harav Small Zatzal, a nephew of Harav Moishe Feinstein Zatzal, was staying at his daughter and son-in-law for Shabbos, where he was suddenly Niftar. He was approximately 80 years old.
Unconfirmed: We are being told that the Levaya will be taking place Sunday at 9:30 a.m. at the 7th Street Chapel and in Chicago at 6:00 p.m.
Just Say Him Thursday At A Wedding Was As Fresh As Ever! Oy Oy B D E
He was. A very close talmud of rav aaron and a close friend and chavrusa of rav shneur
83 to be exact BD”H!
Rabbi Small was a v/ special Man. A real tzaddik, an Ish Kodesh. TNTB”H.
Does anyone remember where Rav Moshe’s teshuvah to him is found in the Igros Moshe?
levaya details will be posted shortly
9:30 at the 7th street chapel
Oh wat a good cousin
the levaya in israel will take place on tuesday april 5th at 12:30 at shamgar going to har hamenuchot
which of the children will be going to israel are the girls going such a void in our lives
the oldest and the youngest
dubby and avi will be going to eretz yisroel and rebbetzin chaya was there already whoever knows her will be big chizuk if can go to levaya there to be with her
Rabbi Small was an incredible inspiration to me and my family, always providing warm hospitality, deep insights and a constant love of Jews and Israel. Our time with Rabbi Small and the words he shared with us will never be forgotten. Our thoughts and love are with the family.
He was a very very special Uncle to me. He cared very much about everyone in the family. He was a true Rodef Sholom. He was a humble person who was not petty at all. He made it his business to know how his nephews and nieces were doing, and he would constantly see the good in people that had at least some goodness in them. They dont make ’em like him any more! What a loss!
Any info on shiva? It’s not on Miskaskim yet…
oy this is so sad Harav Michel Small zt”l was one of the people tht were there when my grandfather was niftar and he was such a support to my mothers family. this is really a true loss for us
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