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David Jeffrey Lebowitz

Date of Death: Thursday, May 5, 2016
Yahrzeit Day: Nissan 27
Date of Funeral: Friday, May 6, 2016
Time of Funeral: 1:00 PM
Memorial Service Location: Chapel service
Burial Service Location: Beth Avraham Yoseph of Toronto Synagogue section
Shiva Location: To be announced

Location of Funeral:

Chapel service

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Location of Burial:

Beth Avraham Yoseph of Toronto Synagogue section

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Shiva Location:

To be announced

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Richard & Leora Stoll
Our sincerest condolences on your loss. May you be comforted by the fact that the angel that was David Lebowitz is now in shomayim. We will miss him dearly. Tehi Nishmato Zrura Bizror Hachaim. With love and affection, Richard & Leora Stoll
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Ofer and Jenn Mualem
May your family be comforted among the mourners of Jerusalem and Zion. Zaida Dave was a true tzadek and hero. He will be greatly missed by us and our kids.
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Stephen Tannenbaum
David will be deeply missed by everyone at the Bais Midrash minyan. His warmth and huge, hearty hugs can never be replaced. May your family be comforted among the mourners of Jerusalem and Zion.
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Dr. Ron and Lauren Nusbaum
Mr. Lebowitz was an extraordinary light. We will miss him, his inspiration and his love. May you be comforted among the mourners of Zion. May his neshama have an aliya.
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Howard Mammon
Anyone who had the zechut and honour to know and to love David, z'l, is a better person for having had such a relationship. David's smile and love for every Jew made you feel so special. His selfless work on behalf of the klal remain inspirational. We are grateful to his family for having shared David, z'l, with all of us. David's legacy that he leaves in this world is impeccable and includes his special family and his shem tov. We already miss him tremendously. His example, kindness, and affection will remain everlasting. May his memory be for a blessing. המקום ינחם אתכם בתוך שאר אבלי ציון וירושלים
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Julie Starr
Light, loving wisdom and true, true kindness describes a drop of all Dave, may he rest in peace, was to all of us. York Hill is not the same without him walking by and giving over his wisdom and knowing of positive thinking/feeling and oh my his knowledge of HaShem. Dave helped me so so much in my days of difficulty. May his memory be blessed. We are here for you all. with love, Julie
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Edith Stal
Noreen Leibowitz and family, I met David recently but had I admired him so much.I know he was battling his illness for along time, but he fought with such postitive outlook and incredible faith. He was always with a smile and so warm and kind and gentle nature. He loved you and his entire family so much. He loved learning in the kollel and he loved Hashem so much. He was so devoted to yiddeshkite. So many people admired his courage and enthusiasm. H e would phone my friend in isreal who also has a battle with a long illness, just to encourage him and give him strength.. David will always be in all our hearts and we all all miss him dearly. i would see him walk on yorkhill blvd with one of your grandsons and he was a proud zaidye. When i was in the bayit shul he was there greeting me with a huge smile. I am so filled with pain to hear about your loss. He was my friend and like a brother to me. He loved doing mitzvahs. HE loved life and met every challenge with such positive outlook. May Hashem comfort all of you amongst all the other mourners of Isreal. May you know of no more sorrow or pain.. . .
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Rebecca & Brandon Sufrin and Family
With our most sincere condolences, we send your families strength and love at this difficult time. It was a pleasure to get to know your husband, father, father in law, Zaida. His love for his family was beautiful and inspiring. May your family be comforted among the mourners of Yerushalayim and Zion.
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Dearest Nor, Jules, Gav and family We wish you all long life Dave you were our brother in law, and an integral part of my life from 12 years old. Dave taught me how to drive, he helped me with our homework , he listened to my stories. He was always so knowledgable and had an amazing sense of humor. If he didn't know the correct answer to a question, he would make a point researching the question for us. Dave always kept us updated with pictures and happenings. Thank you. It's so sad to think that when we left South Africa 29 years ago we would be saying goodbye like this. Distance forces us to build barriers to protect ourselves. We will miss you with love. Shalom Dave. Hillary, Eli Melbourne Irit ,Josh and Aden Melbournf Shira, Salo and Mikael ( Shanghai)
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Naomi & Myer Slutsky
David was a true mentsch in every sense of the word. He enriched the lives of everyone who knew him. David was a man of integrity and infinite kindness. May his memory comfort you in your sorrow. He will be missed by all of us.
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Ilana Hoffer
A tremendous loss to all who were lucky enough to know him.
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Barbara tree
Noreen I am so sorry for your loss. Barbara tree your neighbough
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Linda and Peter Wartski
Sincere condolences to your family from Peter and Linda Wartski
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Essie and Barney Sher
We only heard wonderful respectful words to describe David We wish the entire family our deepest sympathy .May he rest in peace .
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Glenda and Clive Gomperts
Dave was a loving, vibrant and very knowledgeable individual who gave of himself at all times. A most sincere individual whose love for life, family and yiddishkeit shed a bright light on all who knew him. We will miss you. May he be comforted among the mourners of Zion and Yerushalayim.
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Robert Buckler
What a loss to lose such an upstanding and warm member of our community! David was always so welcoming with a huge smile, good word, positive story, compliments, enthusiastic handshake, ans so much more. He was welcoming even when he was the newcomer! A truly big loss and I wish the family my sincerest condolonces. Robert Buckler
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