Mazel Tov: 2 Chaveirim Members Engaged

MAZEL TOV! The staff at TLS would like to wish a heartfelt Mazel Tov to two Chaveirim members upon their engagement today. Chaveirim member Eli Senderovitz, son of Hatzolah member Mordechai Senderovits, is engaged to Batsheva Schon, of Brooklyn, NY.

Chaveirim Member Moshe Braude, son of Hatzolah member Avi Braude, is engaged to Shalva Abish, of Montreal, Canada.

May they be Zoche to build a Bayis Ne’eman B’yisroel and be a source of Nachas to their families.

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26 COMMENTS

  1. Wow. Mazel tov.
    Moshe is a real chesed man he’s a chavierim/misaskim/bikur cholim volunteer.

    Eli is also amazing! A chaveriem/bikur cholim/chia lifeline/catskills hatzalah/gift of life volunteer!

    A huge mazel tov to both of you!!!!

  2. Wow. These r 2 v/ special boys w/ huge hearts, they do near-non-stop work for the Klal – just like their Tottys, they’re also best friends and they get engaged on the same night. Really, how cool is that ?! Mazel Tov to all, Dudi B.

  3. Mazel tov!!

    Moshe B. and Eli are both amazing people. They help out anybody in need at any hour of the day are night!

    Much nachas!!!!!!

  4. I would wake up in the morning and look at my chaveirim pager i would see a call that came in at 2:45am for a car that broke down on the parkway family stranded with a bunch of kids i look at the next message i would that 56&58 responded these guys are tzaddikim there are no obstacles when it comes to the chesed they do.

  5. Okay, it’s very nice that these are members of Chaverim, Hatzalah, the JCC, the YMCA, but does it really matter who they are affiliated with?!? Why not just a Mazel Tov! Does it make it a bigger Simcha because they are affiliated with a certain group in town?

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