Petirah of Mrs. Nechama Cohen A”H

We regret to inform you of the Petirah of Mrs. Nechama Cohen A”H who was Niftar over Yom Tov.

Mrs. Cohen A”H, 51, is the wife of Reb Yoel, a Rebbe in YTT. She suffered from Covid for approximately two weeks.

She leaves behind six children, two who are not yet married.

The Levaya is scheduled to take place at 12:00 noon on Tuesday, first day of Chol Hamoed, at the 7th Street Chapel. The Kevurah will take place at the new Chelka on 7th Street.

Baruch Dayan Ha’emes.


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  1. Morah Chumie was truly a special person whose legacy will live on. She was a one-of-a-kind phenomenal morah and friend who was loved by all. The world has lost a gem. May we greet this tzadekes again soon with the coming of mashiach. To her family: המקום ינחם אתכם

  2. Chumie was literally the nicest sweetest person. Always a kind word for everyone. She was an extremely genuine person feeling everyone’s pain and happiness. Everyone that knew her loved her. Hashem should help the family get through this. Hamokom yinachem eschem!

  3. It is hard to believe! Morah Chumie was a Morah beyond words. She was so loving and caring. She couldn’t hurt a fly. She loved caring for her playgroup children and really gave her everything for them. She was one in a million and will be sorely missed by everyrone who knew her. On the way to the hospital struggling to breathe she was busy making arrangements that the sub should have what to do for the last week of playgroup. that was her sense of achrayis. And she passed her great middos on to her children. As the situation became graver they busied themselves in finding a sub for after Pesach. They explained that is what she would want! Such an incredible family. May Hashem send they a great nechomah! Umacha Hashem es dimma m’al kol panim.

  4. Chumie had true Simchas Hachaim. She always greeted me with such warmth and her huge smile. May her family find comfort and be able to continue her legacy of happiness. She should be a meilitz yosher for her beautiful children. Hamakom yenacheim eschem bsoch she’ar aveilei tzion vYerushalayim.

  5. This is tragic.
    She was my son’s moral about 10 yrs ago.
    My whole family loved her. She made us all feel that our Tzviki was, like, the greatest, smartest, kindest kid, like, EVER !!
    May she be ah gutteh better for the K’lal and may the family have a Nechama.

  6. Chumy grew up on 41st between 15 and 16 avenue in BP and we were next door neighbors. When i think of Chumi i see a smile! That was Chumi!!! I can’t wrap my head around this tragedy! May her family and klal yisroel know no more tzaar!

  7. Chumie oy I’m so sad. Last time I saw you you were buying another special toy for your playgroup. You always made me feel like the best person in the world. When I came into the family you made me feel like part of the family. You excepted everything in life with an exceptional smile. I will for sure miss you so much.

  8. What a loss! Chumi was my classmate in B.Y. Of Bork Park. She was very grounded , real, and refined. The kind of person that you can discuss things with as she had great common sense. What a loss for her family and klal Yisroel . May the family have a complete Nechama!

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