Petirah of Mrs. Leah Rochel Schreiber A”H

We regret to inform you of the Petirah of Mrs. Rochel Leah Schreiber A”H following a lengthy illness.

Mrs. Schreiber A”H is the wife of R’ Leib (Lawrence). She was 62.

The Levaya is scheduled to take place at 10:30 AM at Ateres Yeshaya (908 E County Line Road). Kevurah in Eretz Yisroel.

Baruch Dayan Ha’emes.

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  1. What awful news. She will be sorely missed. Mrs. Schreiber made everyone she met feel that she genuinely cared for them. She was a unique and special woman. Baruch dayan emes.

  2. She was my mother’s best friend. I know her and her family is very special people. Her husband is biggest tadizk. He devoted his life to make her happy and healthy for her. She surely be missed.

  3. Our heart aches and our tears flow! The world has lost a very special soul. Mrs.schreiber was a true bal chesed in every sense of the word. Her emunah and bitochon before and after her illness was a true inspiration. Her simchos ha Chaim and smile were contagious. May hashem give the family the strength to go forward and continue her legacy.

  4. The nifteres was a very special person. She was mekabel kal adam bsever panim yofos.To her the words of chazal weren’t just nice suggestions, they were guide to follow to succeed in becoming an eved Hashem.
    She established a wondeful home together with her special husband. She wilm be sorely missed.

  5. Mrs Schrieber A”H, came to my house every erev shabbos for many years and brought flowers for my wife who was sick. Her devotion to help and brighten the lives of sick people for years was just incredible. She raised the spirits of my wife and children with every visit. She greeted every person she met with a warm smile and was one of the kindest people I have ever met. Mrs. Scheiber, even after getting sick, was upbeat, she radiated happiness. She recently left us a message full of happiness, to wish us Mazal Tov for a family Simcha. May her husband and family be comforted by their memories of such a special wife, mother, and friend.

  6. Oy, BDE. This was an Isha Chashuva Me’od. A real Tzadeikes, with unreal Emunas Chachomim. And R’ Leib is a real Tzaddik. May the nifteres be a Gutteh Behter for her Chashuva Family.

  7. She was like a second mother to me. I literally owe my life to her more times than I care to count. It was at her house that I first met my wife. My children were (& I’m sure still are up in Shamayim) like her adopted grandchildren.

    Brace yourself, my noble adopted mother. When Techiyas HaMeisim happens (very speedily)- the line of people waiting to see you will likely extend for miles.

    Forever Your Loyal Adopted Son-


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