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Natanel Shalom Ouanounou

Date of Death: Thursday, March 8, 2018
Yahrzeit Day: 21 Adar
Date of Funeral: Friday, March 9, 2018
Time of Funeral: 10:00 AM
Memorial Service Location: Chapel service
Burial Service Location: Magen David section
Shiva Details: Magen David Synagogue, 10 McAllister Road Toronto, Ontario M3H 2M9. Morning services Sunday at 8 a.m., Monday at 6:45 a.m., Tuesday at 7 a.m., Wednesday at 7 a.m., and Thursday at 6:30 a.m. Evening services: 296 Brownridge Rd., Thornhill at 7:05 p.m.
Time of Services (Evening): 7:05 PM

Location of Funeral:

Chapel service

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Location of Burial:

Magen David section

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Weinstein Family
Max, Rebecca, Annie and the whole family. Netanel has been part of our lives since a young boy. He will be missed by the whole city, he was such a bright light. He will be especially missed by Moshe Missim. May his Neshama receive the biggest blessing in Shomayim ever and may Hashem help all of you find peace. Moshe and all the Weinsteins
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Susan Bogard
Sharing in your sorrow, may peace find a place in your hearts with every new day Our Deepest Condolences, Susan, Lawrence, Oliver, Adrian, Lisa & Slobodan
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Meir Weinstein
Very sorry to hear. May G-d bless his soul. Just a wonderful young Jewish man.
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edith stal
BDE so sorry to hear.. May your family nee know of any more pain or sorrow. He really did bring an entire community together . May your entire family be comforted among all the mourners of Isreal.
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Estrella Sultan
Our heartfelt condolences and prayers are the family. Hashem give you all comfort.
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Adele&Bob Oberland
To the family Please accept our deepest condolences on your loss. Adele & Bob Oberland
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Sandra Algai
Sharing in your loss, was a wonderful man and son. From Joseph, Sandra and Maytal Algai
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Community member
Dear Ouanounou Family, I don’t know you at all but wanted to express sympathy at the loss of your son/ sibling. You managed to rally the best of Toronto’s Jewish community together in your time of suffering. I had been praying for him daily. although we don’t understand why your son was chosen as our sacrifice, in his coma your family accomplished so much and set precendence for Klal Yisroel. May you be spared further pain.
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sheila mingel
I am so sorry to hear of the loss of your beloved son My deepest sympathy to the whole family From Sheila Mingel (Mindy's Mother)
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Fiby sibonney
We are very sorry to hear of your loss they are no words to express your loss may GOD give you strength and may he finds peace in his soul
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BYE FAMILY
May peace and comfort find you during this difficult time. David, Justine and Drake Bye
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Charles abergel
My deepest condolences to you Max and Rebecca , may his neshama finds its way to Hashem for comfort.
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Dora Cohen-Machtinger
I am terribly saddened by the passing of your dear son Netanel z"l. I have never met him but I heard so much good about him. It breaks my heart that one of our precious Jewish lives is no longer among us! May he rest in peace in Gan Eden and watch over his loved ones! May Hashem bless and protect the rest of his family from this day forward until 120! Amen!
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Sofia, Alex Balanovsky
To Rebecca, Max,Maurice, and all your family, our deepest condolences on your loss of your beloved son Shalom Netanel, z”l... May his soul rest in Peace in Gan Eden...May he protect on all of you from there! Amen! Sofia, Alex Balanovsky
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Paula D Hoffman
Rebecca And family So so sorry May Nathaniel ‘s memory be a blessing With love Paula
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Amy Campus
My sincerest condolences to you Max and your whole family. BDE
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A member of the community
My sincerest sympathy on the loss of your beloved Netanel.
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Mechel & Rivka Ittleman
We fondly remember Natanel as a friend of my son's from their days together at Eitz Chaim. May his memory be a blessing for everyone who knew him and everyone who davened for him. May you be comforted by the knowledge of the tremendous achdut that you created in the Jewish community over the past months. .המקום ינחם אתכם בתוך שאר אבלי ציון וירושלים
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Nachman Levy
Max, Rebecca and the whole family. Netanel had the zechut to come to Uman for Rosh Hashanah and was a big part our lives and still is a great part of the Tzaddik connection, he will really be missed by us. May his Neshama have a great aliyah straight in gad eden with Rabbeinu Nachman Ben Feiga.
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Fiby sibonney
Our deepest sympathies for your loss no words can be enough to know how a parent loses a child may HASHEM be with you in this difficult times and his soul goes to heaven and pray for all f you kisses and Shabbat Shalom
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Betty Hill
On behalf of my entire family, we are so saddened to hear about the loss of Natanel. Although we do not know this family personally, we were all collectively praying for him and thinking of him everyday. May his memory forever be a blessing in the hearts and minds of all those who knew and loved him and may Hashem help guide you and offer you strength during this time.
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JOSEPH & THERESA ELKABAS
Max and family. Please accept our deepest condolences. Our hearts go to you in this difficult time. May his neshama rest in peace and may G'd comfort you among the mourners of Zion and Jerusalem. We regret we could not attend as we are out of town.
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martin rothman & Linda rothman
our condolences on the passing of Natanel to max, mauruce & Rebecca& sister Nessiah.. Nathanel was a very nice person.
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Janice Lebow
Although I do not know the family, I have prayed for him throughout this whole proceeding that the community (klal) had come together to support this brave family. There is a reason we are all put on this earth and perhaps Natanel Shalom's was to remind us all that we are a family and we support each other and rally towards what is right and correct. I wasn't able to go to the sessions at the Courthouse...but I always made sure to find out what had transpired and was so glad that the Judges had been sympathetic to the family's love of their son combined with their adherence to Torah. You, his family and Natanel Shalom of blessed memory were always in my prayers. May you all be comforted with all the mourners of Zion and Jerursalem and know no more sorrow and Natanel Shalom is at peace with all the beauty in Gan Eden. Janice Lebow
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Dr. Steven Gass
Max, I am truly sorry for your loss. I wish you and your family my heartfelt condolences and hope that the future brings better times for you. Steve
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Jason Foote
My deepest sympathies to all of you on your loss Natanel will be missed all my love and prays to you
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Meir Elkabas
BH Dearest Reb Nissim. I am crying a lot right now as I just found out. I don't know how to contact you otherwise. I will try through your nephew Yoni Samuel who davened next to me in Uman Rosh Hashanah. I remember your son and I also remember his brit at Rabbi Burak's shul next to CHAT. I also remember you and him in Uman together. May the merit of the tzaddik REbbe Nachman ben Feiga stand by him eternally and may you find the true condolence and hope in such a painful situation. See Likutey Moharan lesson 21 where Rebbe Nachman says that the true condolence in life is Daát - when you understand the daat behind what is happening in life you can accept and go with any challenge in life. May you be consoled among the mourners of Tzion and Yerushalayim and not experience misery any more. May you be consoled from Heaven. Sincerely Meir ben Aliza Elkabas
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Ma Hi
Belated condolences with sadness! Children are a blessing from HaShem FOREVER IN OUR HEARTS...
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