Gavi Rosenbloom, a Lubavitcher bochur from Baltimore, MD, passed away on Tuesday, 25 Tishrei, after being involved in a car accident.
By Anash.org reporter
Gavi Rosenbloom, a Lubavitcher bochur from Baltimore, MD, passed away on Tuesday, 25 Tishrei.
He was 19 years old and was involved in a car accident.
Gavi was a bochur who was known to always have a smile on his face and a good word to say.
Friends describe him as a hard worker and someone who always accomplished what he put his mind to. A teacher of his recalled how he used to travel, after a full day of study at Baltimore Talmudical Academy, to learn Chassidus with a mashpi’a in the Lubavitch Yeshiva of Baltimore.
In recent months, he was working with his father in real estate. On an early morning trip on Tuesday, he was involved in a car accident and tragically passed away.
He is survived by his parents, Ephraim and Ruth Rosenbloom, and his siblings, Lani Raksin, and Ahuva, Mussi, and Mendel Rosenbloom.
The levaya took place in Baltimore.
Shivah will be observed at 3408 Slade Ave, Baltimore, MD.
10 am to 1 pm
3 pm to 6 pm
7:30 to 9 pm
Shacharis 8 am
Mincha 6:15 (Erev Shabbos: 3:00 PM)
Maariv 7:15 (Motzaei Shabbos: 7:10 PM)
Friday Mincha 3 pm
Motzai Shabbos Maariv 7:10
Shiva ends Monday morning after Shacharis.
Baruch Dayan Ha’emes – Gavriel Mordechai ע”ה ben Ephraim שי
Feel free to share your memories of the niftar.
Ephrayim I have no words
המקום ינחם אתכם בתוך שאר אבלי ציון וירושלים
Rabbi Yossi Paltiel
May the G-d of Truth and Exactitude heal your (you and your wife) broken hearts, and may He give you the strength to accept His judgement
May you and your entire family be blessed with revealed good going forward.
Gavi was a really great friend. We went to school together for 12 years. He always had a smile on his face and always pushed to be the best he could be. Rest easy mate.
המקום ינחם אתכם בתוך שאר אבילי ציון וירושלים
No words can be sufficient to be Menachem Ephraim and his wife, so I want to give you a Bracha that Hashem gives you strength to accept this decree.
Gavi left a strong impact on everyone who knows him. Always doing for the next person.