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Rudolf Schnitman

Mon, Apr 19

Private Family Service

Gertrude Jacobsohn

Mon, Apr 19

Private Family Service

Tatiana Kaplun

Sun, Apr 18

Private Family Service

Stanley Foster

Sun, Apr 18

Private Family Service

Revekka Levin

Sun, Apr 18

Private Family Service

Felix Beznosov

Sun, Apr 18

Private Family Service

Raisa Lup

Sun, Apr 18

Private Family Service

Ethel Stercz

Sun, Apr 18

Private Family Service

Averil Greenwood

Fri, Apr 16

Service in Israel

Neal Sadja

Fri, Apr 16

Private Family Service

Betty Kestenberg

Fri, Apr 16

Private Family Service

Pavel Levin

Fri, Apr 16

Private Family Service

Rudolf Schnitman

Mon, Apr 19

Private

 

Tatiana Kaplun

Sun, Apr 18

Private

 

Revekka Levin

Sun, Apr 18

Private

 

Felix Beznosov

Sun, Apr 18

Private

 

Averil Greenwood

Fri, Apr 16

Private

 

Betty Kestenberg

Fri, Apr 16

Private

 

Pavel Levin

Fri, Apr 16

Private

 

Riva Kligman

Thu, Apr 15

Private

 

Sylvia Nelkin

Wed, Apr 14

Private

 

Dr. Robert Lawrence Resnick

Wed, Apr 14

Private

 

Michael Spivak

Tue, Apr 13

Private

 

Samuel Guslits

Tue, Apr 13

Private

 

El Maleh Rahamim

el-maley

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(Separate prayer for men or women)

El Maleh Rahamim (God full of compassion) is a prayer for the departed that is recited at funeral services, on visiting the graves of relatives (especially during the month of Elul), and after having been called up to the reading of the Torah on the yartzheit (anniversary of the death) of a close relative.

The prayer has a section where the name of the departed is included to personalize the prayer and there are separate prayers for men and women due to the Hebrew grammar of the prayer.

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