VIDEO & PHOTOS: Mazel Tov to Mr. & Mrs. Elchonon ‘Ace’ Klughaupt Upon their Marriage

a1The staff at TLS would like to wish a heartfelt Mazel Tov to Mr. & Mrs. Elchonon and Leah Klughaupt upon their Marriage Tuesday night.

Elchonon, fondly known ‘Ace’, has devoted thousands of hours to the Lakewood community through volunteering for multiple Chesed organizations. Ace, also a veteran TLS reporter, serves on the Lakewood and Union County Chaveirim, Lakewood First Aid, and acts as the Search Coordinator for Lakewood Chaveirim and Lakewood First Aid.

The diverse and large crowd at the wedding was testimony to the many lives Ace has touched over the years, and with whom he has a close relationship with. Askonim, Roshei Yeshivah, Township officials, police officers, and hundreds of others from all walks of life took part in the wedding.

Below are highlights of the wedding.

May the young couple be Zoche to build a Bayis Ne’eman B’Yisroel.



PHOTOS: (By Crystal Photography for TLS)

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14 COMMENTS

  1. Mazel Tov!
    The Neimas Hachaim Hall is located in a residential neighborhood, adjacent to the Albert neighborhood as well as a Yeshiva and a residential development.
    Excessive use of sirens and a grand fireworks display after midnight, definitely succeeded in waking up and frightening hundreds of children in the vicinity.
    It was a lapse in judgement during a very happy time.

  2. Yes, that was a grand wedding. Mazel Tov to the couple!
    Hundreds of children in the neighborhoods experienced the wedding, too. Every kind of siren kept their hearts pounding for a long while, then the booming of fireworks, then a grand serenade of more sirens….

  3. This is a platform to express ones opinions. There is no excuses to harm children during sleeping hours, I don’t care who’s wedding it was.

    On a side note last I checked its a Muslim Minhag to shoot fireworks by a wedding!

  4. Truth, I said let’s try to stay away from dumb arguments. And there you go trying to make a fight. Let’s keep it to mazel Tov and a bracha on this article

  5. this was a time to pay hakaros hatov to the chossen for all the numerous kids he personally was involved in finding them’ spending countless nights up searching for them.

    please keep your comments to yourself and share in the simcha instead of complaing

  6. Chochom if it was ur kids that woke up in a panick from the sirens you would talk diffrent …there is no reason to be selfish and make so much noise after mid nite …very happy for the couple but ppl should think abt other ppl

  7. Old Lakewooder, I didn’t say what they did was right. I just said that we should just keep the comments on this posts comments to brachos and mazel Tov. They WERE wrong. But don’t say it here

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