Tamar Rosenthal, a beloved mother from Melbourne, Australia, who served as the co-president of Nshei Ubnos Chabad Melbourne passed away after battling an illness.
Tamar Rosenthal, a beloved mother from Melbourne, Australia, who served as the co-president of Nshei Ubnos Chabad Melbourne passed away on Friday, 28 Adar, 5781.
She was 39 and had battled a terrible illness in the past months.
Tamar was one of the co-presidents of Nshei Ubnos Chabad in Melbourne and was dedicated to the Rebbe’s mivtzoim and to efforts to bring the final Geulah. People around the world have been davening for her in the last few months, and her positivity and encouragement have caused thousands of neshek to be given out and hundreds of Tefillin put on in her merit.
She is survived by her children, Yehuda Ber, Yudis and Tzvi Dovid.
Tamar is also survived by her mother Faye Pearl and her father Gerry Grokop, both in Melbourne and her brother, Lenny Grokop, in San Francisco.
The family has set up an email for family and friends to share their memories and legacy of Tamar. May she be a meilitz yosher for Klal Yisroel.
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Baruch Dayan Ha’emes
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My grandson is in Melbourne and he found this article for me.
Tamar and her husband visited my family when her first child was still being held in her arms. He wasn’t walking yet.
Rabbi Zuchi’s mother from the Chabad Palisades, California introduced Tamar to her husband.
I am very, very sorry to hear of her passing.
My maternal grandmother was Celia Gropok, she died at 24 from the Spanish Flu in 1918.