Head Shliach of New Jersey Rabbi Moshe Herson, farbrenged with the Morristown Yeshiva in preparation for Yud Shevat, sharing many personal stories and memories of the early years of the Rebbe’s nesius.
Photos: Shmulie Grossbaum
At a farbrengen in preparation for Yud Shevat, Rabbi Moshe Herson, Head Shliach of New Jersey and Dean of Rabbinical College of America, shared personal stories and memories of the early years of the Rebbe’s nesius.
Throughout the years, Rabbi Herson was privileged to many directives from the Rebbe, beginning as a bochur in 770 and subsequently serving as a menahel of a Yeshiva and as a Shliach to New Jersey.
Tens of bochurim sat attentively hanging onto his every word as he shared numerous stories of the Rebbe of which he merited to play a role and stories that he was personally witness to.