Levayah and Shivah Info for Rabbi Reuven Bauman z”l (With Hookup Info)

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As first appeared in Matzav.com’s original post:

Update: The levayah of Rabbi Reuven Bauman z”l will be held on Monday, at 10:30 a.m., at B’nai Israel Congregation, the shul led by Rabbi Sender Haber, located at 420 Spotswood Avenue in Norfolk, Virginia. The aron will then be flown to the tri-state area, where a levayah is slated to be held at the King Solomon Cemetery Clifton, NJ.

Matzav.com has been asked to convey that following the minhag of the Breuer’s kehillah, which both Reb Reuven’s family and his wife’s family follow, women should not go to the bais hachaim.

There is a live audio hookup to the levayah. Call 712.770.4160 and enter access Code 271789#.

The family will be sitting shivah at 183 McNamara Road in Spring Valley, NY, starting on Tuesday morning. Shacharis will be at 8 a.m. and Mincha/Maariv will take place at 8:10 p.m. Mrs. Bauman will be sitting shivah at 242 Queens Way in Norfolk.

{Matzav.com}

8 COMMENTS

  1. After reading some of of the comments that readers have left in response to this tragedy, the one that spoke to me most was the comment that someone left asking “why is it only through a tzarah that we see all of klal yisroel joining together b’achdus”? Why do we need a tzara to bring that out? What is holding us back from being b’achdus in good times?
    There is a famous medrash that speaks about the time right before Yaakov Avinu’s death, when he wanted to be megaleh the keitz to his children, but the shechina departed right then and he couldn’t reveal to his children when moshiach will come. However, the lashon hapasuk over there is “hi’asfu v’agidah lachem… B’achris hayamim”, hence by using the lashon of “v’agidah”, which is a loshon of achdus, Yaakov Avinu was hinting to us in what zechus we will be zoche to the redemption- only when are b’achdus.
    It is time to respect and love all sects of Klal Yisroel, including Modern Orthodox, Lubavitch, Satmar, Litvaks, Sefardim and anyone else that I haven’t mentioned… Let’s do our part on working on our ahavas yisroel and then we won’t have to go through a tisha b’av this year anymore!

  2. May Rabbi Bauman z”l be a meilitz yosher for all of Am Yisrael. May his family have a nechama. May we all be zocheh to greet Moshiach bimhayra b’yamaynu.
    Umecha Hashem dimah me’al kol panim.

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