R’ Avrohom Plotkin, a member of the Chabad community in Los Angeles, passed away on Shabbos.
R’ Avrohom Plotkin, a member of the Chabad community in Los Angeles, passed away on Shabbos, 14 Sivan 5780 after being hospitalized for over two months with coronavirus.
He was 73 years old.
Among the LA community, R’ Avraham was known as a “Baal-shemske Yid,” and as a gentle man whose every action was guided by yiras shamayim and love for others. He worked hard for decades running a small business
Mr. Plotkin fought a ten-week battle with coronavirus and was niftar just days after the wedding of his son, Mendel who is in middle of Sheva Brochos. He leaves behind an almanah and seven children.
He is survived by his wife Mrs. Shoshana Plotkin, their children Moshe – New Paltz, NY, Dini Gordon – Albany, NY, Yaakov – Crown Heights, Yosef – S. Jose, CA, Estee Yusevitch – Encino, CA, Chaim – Los Angeles, Mendel – Crown Heights and grandchildren.
The levaya will be held on Sunday at 11:45 by his house, 321 N. Detroit Street and at 12:00 by Levi Yitzchok Shul 356 N. La Brea Avenue. Kevura will be at Mount Olive Cemetery, 7231 Slauson Ave, Commerce.
The Plotkin family, even with their modest means, has always done what they could to help others. During their father’s illness they used up all their resources. A fund has been established by Harav Shimon Raichik and Levi Raichik to help the family. Please donate by clicking here.
The Plotkin Family is sitting shiva at 321 N Detroit St. Phone: 323-394-1303 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Minyan Times: Shacharis- 8 & 9, Mincha/Maariv- 7:45. Visiting Times: 10:00am-12:30pm, 2-5:30pm & 7-10pm.
Baruch Dayan Ha’emes – Avrohom Aharon ben Yitzchak