Lightstone Group’s David Lichtenstein Celebrates Wedding Of His Daughter

Lightstone grp_wm[Video of Yaakov ‘Petro’ singing at the wedding] Last night, David Lichtenstein, CEO of the Lightstone Group, celebrated the wedding of his daughter Leah Leor, to Ely Ada Goldwicht, the son of the Rosh Yeshivah of Yeshivah University. The wedding, attended by many Lakewood residents, was held at the Birchwood Manor Hall in Whippany New Jersey.

The Lightstone Group, whose company’s portfolio of real estate properties spans across dozens of U.S. states, was founded by David Lichtenstein in Lakewood in 1988.

Although Lichtenstein has since moved from Lakewood, one of the company’s regional offices remain here, and employs over 100 Lakewood residents. TLS-CCP.

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  1. This is a great piece, thanx. R’ Dovid, for those of us who remember him when he was still in Kollel is a tayereh guy. He was always v/ kind & sweet & easily accessible to all. The video of Petro singing is, as usual, fantastic. And, yes, if the article is about s/one who employs over 100 ppl of our town, then its nogeah to many of us, altz Hakoras HaTov. But L’ma’aseh, bottom line: Petro Rocks !!! DB

  2. YAKOV!!! i am so proud of you (and totally part of that little fan club of yours that keeps getting bigger by the day) Cant wait to have you rock my wedding 😉

  3. Thanks for posting this. All of us that are talmidim and talmidos of yeshiva university have tremendous hakaras hatov to the excellent moisid.

  4. There are other businesses in lakewood that employ over a hundred people I’m sure that when they make a wedding tls will post some pictures.

  5. Kinah might be a terrible midah but there is no explanation for an article about his daughter’s wedding to detail how many “dozens of states” his business spans.

  6. Wow what a simcha. What happened to only one man bands at a chasuna? Not everyone has money to spend on a 5 or more piece band.

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