Tragic Petirah of R’ Aron Weichbrod Z”L; Levaya info [UPDATED – FUNDRAISER LAUNCHED]

We regret to inform you of the Petirah of R’ Aron Weichbrod Z”L, who was Niftar over Yom Tov. He was 43.

R’ Aron Z”L was a member of Lakewood Chaveirim, as well as a member of Jersey Shore Hatzalah and Statewide Hatzolah.

Shortly after moving to Lakewood from Florida in 2012, Aron was honored by the Township for saving children struck by a vehicle.

Levaya information will be posted when available.

Baruch Dayan Ha’emes.

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Topic: Aron Weichbrod Levaya at Beth David Cemetery
Time: Apr 12, 2020 02:30 PM

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    • His brothers are:
      Shimon Weichbrod – Baltimore, MD
      Dr. Yanky Weichbrod – Clifton, NJ
      Eli Weichbrod – Lakewood, NJ

    • On the Second Day of Pesach (Fri – 04/10/2020), he was rushed to the ER via Lakewood Hatzoloh. His blood pressure was very low. I thought that he just needed some IV fluids. But a few hours later, the hospital called me to say that, despite their intense efforts, he died of a heart attack. (Still waiting to find out if coronavirus played a part at all.) With all of his health issues, this was a very sudden loss. We were not expecting it at all.

    • Amen!! Thank you! May we share in simchos and besuros toivos! And may HaKadosh Baruch Hu protect gantz K’lal Yisrael so that no one else should have to go thru this, chas v’shol-m.

  1. Aron was an ish Chesed! I didn’t know him long or so well but it was radiant off of him. As most know he wasn’t well for a while, but that never changed his kindness. I remember a few months ago asking him how he was, which he replied “I’m alive BH what more can I ask for?” He didn’t take life for granted and lived the moments fully. Yehi zichro baruch.

    • AMEN!! Thank you so much for sharing that!! It’s comforting for us – especially since there wasn’t “real” shivah, to hear stories like this!! Tizkeh L’mitzvos!!

    • I apologize for the Zoom (levaya) not working. It ended up starting earlier than was expected and for some reason, no matter how hard they tried, they couldn’t get it working properly. But thank you for trying!! Tizkeh L’mitzvos!!

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