Petirah of Mrs. Chaya Zweiback A”H

We regret to inform you of the Petirah of Mrs. Chaya Zweiback A”H.

Mrs. Zweiback A”H is the wife of Rabbi Shlomo Zweiback, longtime Rebbe at Yeshiva Zichron Meir in Mountaindale. She was 74.

Her children are:

Rabbi Tzvi Meir Zweiback
Rabbi Avi Zweiback Z”l
Mrs. Goldy Bleich
Mrs. Fraydel Abishour
Mrs. Sarah Kline
Mrs. Nechama Garfinkel
Mrs. Bashy Kolodny
Mrs. Chana Weiland (Passaic)

The Levaya is scheduled to take place today, Friday, at 3pm at the 7th Street Chapel, 613 Ramsey Avenue, followed by the kevruah in Lakewood.

Baruch Dayan Ha’emes.


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  1. BDE

    Since many in Lakewood may not know who Mrs Chaya Zweiback A”H was , let me share just one small perspective.

    For the past 11 years my family and I have lived in Woodridge NY. We have sent our children to the local Torah Umesorah “Hebrew Day School” (HDS). Mrs Chaya Zweiback A”H worked for approximately 25 years at HDS.

    Mrs Zweiback A”H wore multiple hats while working at HDS. For the time that I know she was one time a kindergarten teacher, school librarian, and most importantly the resource room teacher for those who needed extra help.

    She knew everyone in the school, and everyone know her.

    Mrs Zweiback always had a kind word to say about our kids.

    I don’t know everything she did, this is just tiny little bit that I know of.

    Mrs Zweiback A”H with her husband is one of the few legends that held up the Catskills/Mountaindale Yeshiva through the many harsh winters in the past. She will be missed but never forgotten.

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