David Gollub, 77, AH

R’ David Gollub, a member of the Chabad community in the Greater Los Angeles area, who was known as a ba’al chessed and ba’al tzedaka, passed away on Sunday, 6 Iyar.

R’ David Gollub, a member of the Chabad community in the Greater Los Angeles area, who was known as a ba’al chessed and ba’al tzedaka, passed away on Sunday, 6 Iyar, 5781.

He was 77 years old.

David was one of the first members of Chabad of Sherman Oaks from the day it was founded, and he took an active part in the community. He always looked for an opportunity to learn Torah, Rabbi Moshe Weiss of Chabad of Sherman Oaks recalls.

He was a dedicated husband and loving father who lived his life with humble simplicity and true joy. A ba’al chessed and ba’al tzedaka, he added so much light and goodness to the world with his care and love for all and is fondly remembered by his clients, friends, family and community members.

He is survived by his wife Yael Gollub– Long Beach, California and his children, Shmuel Levy– Los Angeles, California; Esther Schwartz– Los Angeles, California; Naomi Selwyn– North Miami Beach, Florida; Manasseh Levy– Los Angeles California; Sashi Gerzon-Rose -Boulder, Colorado; Tzippy Friedman, San Francisco, California; Masha Katz– Passaic, New Jersey; Shaina Zibell– Orlando, Florida; Yissi Gollub– Long Beach, California; Mendy Gollub– Crown Heights, NY; Sima Gollub– Long Beach California, and grandchildren.

The levaya will take place in Tzefat, Israel on Wednesday, 9 Iyar, by the New Tzefat Cemetery at 1:30 PM.

The family will be sitting shiva in Long Beach, California from Thursday evening, 10 Iyar, through Tuesday morning, 15 Iyar.

Shiva schedule will be:
Friday: Shacharis- 7:30 am; Visiting hours- 10:00 am – 12:00 pm Motzei Shabbos visiting hours- 8:15-9:30 pm
Sunday: Shacharis 8:00 am; Visiting hours- 10:00 am – 12:00 pm, & 3:00 – 7:00 pm; Mincha- 7:20 pm; Ma’ariv- 8:00 pm
Monday: Shacharis 7:30am; Visiting hours- 10:00 am – 12:00 pm, & 3:00 – 7:00 pm; Mincha- 7:20 pm; Ma’ariv- 8:00 pm
Tuesday: Shacharis 7:30am

To send condolences and share memories of David with the family, email DavidGollubOBM@gmail.com

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