Rabbi Tzvi Moshe Lasker, 89, AH

Rabbi Tzvi Moshe Lasker, a senior Chabad chossid in Bnei Brak, and a founding member of Nachlas Har Chabad, passed away on Tuesday 16 Shevat, 5782.

Rabbi Tzvi Moshe Lasker, a senior Chabad chossid in Bnei Brak, and a founding member of Nachlas Har Chabad, passed away on Tuesday 16 Shevat, 5782.

He was 89 years old.

Rabbi Moshe Lasker came to Lubavitch at a young age after his older sister, yebadel l’chaim tovim Rebbetzin Chave Hecht, married Rabbi JJ Hecht.

He merited to have yechidus with the Frierdiker Rebbe upon his becoming bar mitzvah, and when he was learning in the Central Lubavitch Yeshiva at Bedford and Dean he was chosen as one of 2 bochurim to represent the Yeshiva to the draft board during the Korean war.

He is remembered fondly for being meurav im ahabrios and greeting everyone beseiver panim yafos.

He was one of the founders of Nachlas Har Chabad in Kiryat Malachi, EY. In later years he moved to the city of Bnei Brak.

He is survived by his wife Sarah and his children Rabbi Shimon Lasker – Brussels, Belgium; Rabbi Yosef Lasker – Kfar Chabad; Chaya Bina (Levi) Hecht – Crown Heights, and grandchildren.

He is also survived by his sisters Rebbetzin Chave Hecht and Mrs. Tzuppie Goldberg.

He was predeceased by his son Rabbi Avrohom Yitzchok Lasker in 5765.

The levaya will take place Wednesday in Bnei Brak.

Baruch Dayan Haemes.

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  1. BDE, I Remember Reb Moshe Z’L From His Days In East Flatbush In the 60’S Always Standing out With A Smile And free Hand To Help His Fellow Brethren
    He Should Be A Meilitz Yosher For His Family & Klall Yisroel

  2. Special special person. Was always with a good Vort and smile. He loved coming to NY yearly to come for his parents Yartzeits and be with family. He loved and we loved to have him daven in our minyan of the Kolel. It was our zechus that he davened in the Kolel Minyan. He always brought a smile and memories from the early years of Chabad in America. His farbrengens and zichronos from the early years will be missed.

    May his memory be a blessing for his family.

    N F

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