Heartbreaking Levaya for Meir Likhovetski Held in Toronto

The Toronto Chabad community turned out en masse on Wednesday for the heartrending levaya of Meir Likhovetski, a local bochur who tragically lost his life in a car crash in Ohio.

The Toronto Chabad community turned out en masse on Wednesday for the heartrending levaya of Meir Likhovetski, a local bochur who tragically lost his life in a car crash in Ohio.

Meir, who was known as a bochur who dedicated his life to the Rebbe’s inyonim, was spending the year on shlichus in Mason, Ohio, helping the shliach out with CTeen programs. He would travel every day to the Cincinnati Yeshiva to spend time learning Torah.

On Monday, he was involved in a car accident, and tragically he lost his life.

The levaya on Wednesday started by the Toronto Chabad Yeshiva, with the entire student body and faculty coming out. It then continued to JNY, which is currently located at the B’nei Torah shul, where speakers addressed the crowd.

The kevura took place at the Pardes Shalom Cemetery in Toronto.

Shiva will be at 33 Stonedene Blvd. from Wednesday 6 Adar II until Tuesday 12 Adar II.

Shacharis 7:15 AM
Mincha & Ma’ariv 6:00 PM
Shiva visits 6:00-8:00 PM

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