Petirah of Dr. Mark Feldman Z”L

We regret to inform you of the Petirah of Dr. Mark Feldman Z”L of Lakewood who was Niftar today.

Dr. Feldman Z”L was a longtime orthopedic doctor in Lakewood. He was 77.

Levaya information will be posted if available.

Baruch Dayan Ha’emes.

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  1. Was this Dr. Mordechai Feldman from South lake drive?

    If yes he was such a special person and always with a smile

    May his neshama have an Aliya

  2. BD”E. I remember when Dr. Feldman A”H early affiliation with Kimball Hospital (circa 1998), and would daven in our nearby minyan (then probably the only one in the area). What a true Ohev Hashem VeOhev Habriyos. He certainly conducted himself as would any talmid muvhak of Moreinu Harav Avigdor HaKohen Miller ZTV”L.

    He was the quintessential Mentch, and a constant walking, talking, and living Kiddush Sheim Shamayim! May his everlasting zechus stand by his family lanetzach.

  3. BD”E. So sad to hear. Please post Nichum Aveilum info when available. May his wonderful family have a Nechama and may he be a Meilitz Yosher for Klal Yisroel.

  4. Dr Feldman was a kind and caring individual who set my sons broken arms over 20 years ago and gave him the best care one could ask for. He was kind and compassionate and had a great bedside manner as well. He will be missed by all who knew him.
    I am sad that I cannot pay respects or shiva to his family during these difficult times.

  5. BDE. What a great loss. I can hardly write as I am trembling. Dr Frldman was such a Zaddik. He davened Shabbes in the Ashkenaz Minjan
    of A Country
    Place and eventhough he wasn’t a resident of ACP, he took care of the Schul. May his dear wife and children, his son who is

    the very special Baal Koreh of the Schul, be consoled among all the mourners of Zion and Yerusholayim.
    Hashem please have Rachmonos.

  6. Dr. Feldman was a righteous Yid. A tremendous Mentsch and amazing Doctor. What you may not have known is that he was a decorated, US Army Combat Medic who served with great honor and valor in the Vietnam War, in country. A brave and valiant Soldier of Hash-m! His was a walking Kiddush Hash-m!

  7. As a nurse at Community Medical Center i remember him as a being a soft spoken doctor who was really kind to the nurses and patients alike. He will be missed.

  8. Dr. Feldman lived in Highland park prior to Lakewood. He davened in the Agudah of HP/Edison where I had the privilege and pleasure of sitting near him. I don’t know if I’ve ever met a kinder, more noble, humble, self-effacing Yid. His avodas Hashem and bein odom l’chaveroi had a purity that was other-worldly. I recall walking into the Agudah one early Erev Shabbos to retrieve something and chanced upon Dr. Feldman with pail and mop in hand and an embarrassed smile on his face. I had caught this Lamid Vov Tzaddik (said earnestly) in the act.
    What Dr. Feldman was unable to conceal from everyone comprised just the tip of an extremely deep and exhalted neshoma. May Hashem send his wonderful family a nechama, and me he be a meilitz yosher for them and for all of klal Yisroel in speeding Moshiach to us B’meheira mamish.

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