Rabbi Shmuel Goldman, a resident of Crown Heights who was a lawyer by profession but lived a life of Torah study, passed away.
Rabbi Shmuel Goldman, a resident of Crown Heights who was a lawyer by profession but lived a life of Torah study, passed away on Friday, 25 Sivan, 5782.
He was 66 years old.
Reb Shmuel was a yid who loved to learn Torah, and was also a mohel, shochet, and sofer.
He was a member of the Beis David – David Gershon shul of Crown Heights and was known as the shul’s candy man, who used to distribute candy on Shabbos to children.
He is survived by his wife Nava Tavdal, and his sons Moshe and Yehuda. He is also survived by his mother Rosalie, and his sister Rhonda.
His funeral will take place on Sunday, passing by 770 at 9:45 A.M.
474 Malbone street, 3rd floor
Mincha and Maariv bizmano
Please allow the family to rest and don’t come after 10pm
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