BDE: Mrs. Chana Maister-Cohen, A”H

Mrs. Chana Maister-Cohen, a long-time beloved member of the Chabad community in S. Paul, Minnesota passed away on Thursday, 28 Av. She was 66.

She is survived by her husband Moshe Cohen and three children, Miriam Hoffman (Denver), Dvora Lakein (Pomona) and Chanan Maister (Crown Heights).

She is also survived by her father Dennis Glauber (Laguna Woods, CA) and siblings Harry Glauber (Israel), Barbara Lindenberg (Houston), and David Glauber (Seattle).

The levaya will take place at 10:30 am on Friday in Minneapolis, MN.

Shiva details to follow.

Please send memories of Chana to [email protected].

Baruch Dayan Ho’Emes

Nichum Avelim

Feel free to share your memories of the nifteres.

  1. Chana was one of our oldest friends here. Originally from South Africa, she was unquestionably one of the kindest, most thoughtful and generous people I’ve been privileged to have a a friend. She was utterly devoted to her family and the Jewish community. Never one to make a fuss or put herself front and center, she was like a heart that always beat steadily and faithfully. You could count on her for support, a good Jewish word, a cup of tea and a laugh, and an excellent seudah, biscotti or Seder. I never heard her say an unkind word about anyone, ever. She worked tirelessly for various Jewish causes in the community, helping in small and larger ways to move the kehillah forward in education, Yiddishkeit or tzedakah. A true tzedaket, she was one of those intensely good people for whose sake you could believe that things like global warming might not happen. Now it’s hard to understand that the sun rises without her smile.

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