A community women’s gathering will mark the shloshim of Mrs. Razel Wolvovsky, a beloved Crown Heights educator who was known for her kindness and generosity of spirit, with family members and friends sharing personal recollections.
The shloshim of Mrs. Razel Wolvovsky, a beloved Crown Heights educator who was known for her kindness and generosity of spirit, will be marked with a gathering for women in Crown Heights.
For decades, Mrs. Wolvovsky served as a beloved morah and mechaneches. She instilled in her students a true love for Torah and mitzvos, and a genuine ahavas yisroel. She was also known for having an open house, and for always welcoming everyone with a smile and a kind word. She also made many shiduchim and graciously helped countless others in any way she was able.
A shloshim event, held thirty days following her passing, will pay tribute to her life and her countless acts of kindness.
The event will be for women, on Tuesday, 17 Teves, December 21st at the Jewish Children Museum, beginning 8:00 PM. Family members, friends and acquaintances will share personal recollections and practical inspiration we could learn from her life.
The event will also be live streamed on Anash.org’s N’shei page.
All women are invited.