Sudden Petirah of Reb Menachem Halpert Z”L

We regret to inform you of the sudden Petirah of Reb Menachem Halpert Z”L, of Lakewood, who was Niftar late last night. He was 51.

Reb Menachem Z”L was found unresponsive at his home on Katie Court.

He is survived by his wife Chanie, and four children; Chaim, Mrs. Henny Davidowitz, Mrs. Liba Leiner, and Shoshana.

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  1. BD”E. What an enormous loss! He was an ish emes and raised a beautiful, torahdig family. May HKBH send a nechama to his entire family.

  2. BD”E. What a loss! Michael will be sorely missed by all. He was a walking/talking Kiddush Hashem in the workplace, one of the calmest individuals I have ever met. A true professional, yet so approachable. May his family have a true nechama.

  3. Tzar li alecha Menachem. The nicest person you can imagine. A friend to everyone who knew him, a person you can never imagine raising his voice, always there to lend a helping hand, a listening ear (not to mention an open wallet for those in need). Everyone who knew him has a void in their heart today. Klall Yisrael lost a special person today who while young, was an open link to the previous generations. Hamakom yenachem to the family.

  4. I davened together with Reb Menachem for many years. He was one of the amudim of our shul. He modestly did a lot for the shul from donating a lot of seforim and the Aron Kodesh to taking care of Shalosh Seudos among other things. What a loss for us. He was such a nice person, an ish emes, who went about his wonderful ways always with a smile for another. He will sorely be missed by us in the shul and by everyone who knew him. May Hashem bring a nechamah to the family.

  5. BDE. He always had a genuine smile for everyone and a kind word. He was a Talmid Chochum and made a kiddush Hashem in the workplace. He was truly a Tzaddik of this generation.
    May Hashem bring the family Nechama

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