Petirah of Mrs. Mindel Weiss A”H

We regret to inform you of the Petirah of Mrs. Mindel Weiss A”H.

Mrs. Weiss A”H was previously married to Reb Mendel Margulies Z”L, the Rosh Yeshiva of Yeshiva Gedolah Torah Temimah, who was Niftar during Covid.

She recently remarried Rav Mordechai Leib Weiss, a Rov in A Country Place, Lakewood. She was in her sixties.

Mrs. Weiss served the principal at the Satmar Girls School in Boro Park for many years, and also served as the secretary at Camp Silver Lake.

She leaves behind many children and grandchildren, most of whom reside in Lakewood.

The Levaya is scheduled to take place at 1:00 PM today at Bais Medrash Atzei Chaim, Sighet, 1511 50th Street, Boro Park, with Kevurah in Kiryas Yoel.

Shiva information will be published when confirmed.

Baruch Dayan Ha’emes.

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  1. ( too many mistakes above. pleas cancel.)

    everyone was so happy when rabbi weiss remarried. mindy knew how to make everyone feel like she was their friend. and she loved country place. she was in shul this shabbos, looking as lovely as ever. we are all heartbroken

  2. As someone who worked in camp silver lake for many years, I had the privilege of working with her on many occasions. Her smile and her willingness to do whatever have to get done was always a pleasure for all of the staff. The respect that she showed her husband was something to behold ,considering that she was a great person in her own right. May the family have a nechama.

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