Hayeled Dovi Gaz z”l

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candle-small6[Levaya and shivah info below.] It is with great sadness that we report the tragic passing of Dovi Gaz z”l, 4-year-old son of Rabbi and Mrs. Eliyahu and Devori Gaz of West Gate in Lakewood, NJ. Life resuscitating efforts by Hatzolah members this afternoon proved to be fruitless and Dovi’s pure neshama returned to its Creator.

Levaya details will be posted as soon as they become available.

Umacha Hashem dimah mei’al kol ponim.

Levaya and shivah info: The levaya will take place at 10:15 a.m. at the Congregation Sons of Israel Holocaust Memorial Chapel off of East Seventh Street.

The family will be sitting shivah at 27 Kletzk Hill Road in West Gate.

Update: The levaya has been postponed to 11:00 a.m.

{Matzav.com Newscenter}

24 COMMENTS

  1. The family lives on Kletzk Hill Road. Reb Eliyahu is the most upstanding yungerman. May he and his choshve rebbetzin have a nechama.

  2. who cares if they are related in response to #9..a yid a precious neshomah is gone..let me tell you when a child is Rachmana L’tzun for one minute to Moshiach is heartwrenching..i dont want you to chas v;sholom imagine it, but let me tell you something the pain will be there just until Geulah, which we hope will be very very soon..

  3. I spoke to several people involved. The tragedy is awful.
    Young Dov had been playing under a porch. Many boys dig holes in the ground; it is a form of recreation. Dov, it seemed fell into one of the holes. It is not clear, though.
    Either way, may the family have a nechama.
    Learn Mishnayos l’illui nishmas Hayeled Dov ben R’ Eliyahu.

    Boruch dayan emes.

  4. who cares if they are related in response to #9..a yid a precious neshomah is gone..let me tell you when a child is Rachmana L’tzun for one minute to Moshiach is heartwrenching..i dont want you to chas v;sholom imagine it, but let me tell you something the pain will be there just until Geulah, which we hope will be very very soon..

  5. For those who want to got to the levaya, drive down East Seventh Street east, cross over Park Avenue, keep going for another mile, cross of Somerset Avenue, at which point you’ll see the Lakewood Middle School on your right and the Lakewood High School on your left, Keep going and keep your eye on the left side. Just past the high school campus, you’ll see a sign for the Memorial Chapel. I am sure you’ll see other people there at that point.

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