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Rabbi Yehoshua Noach Gutman

April 13th, 2011 · 1 Comment

R”M, Yeshiva Toras Chaim, Denver, CO
d. 12 Tishrei, 2008 (5769)
After 30 years in Denver, Rav Gutman moved to Lakewood where he served as Moreh Dasrah of Congregation Lev Avroham.
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104 Deans Rhode Hall Road
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T: 732-297-2336
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  • 1 a // Jun 1, 2012 at 12:44 pm

    Raised in the Yekisha Kehilla in Washington Heights Rabbi Gutman was sent by Horav Breuer ZT”L to learn in Yeshiva Torah Vodaas for High School and Bais Medrash. He developed a close connection with both with Horav Yaakov Kamenetzky and Horav Gedalya Schorr. After many years in Torah Vodaas these two Roshei Yeshiva sent Rabbi Gutman to Lakewood. In 1966 he married Yitty Krohn and continued to learn in the Lakewood Kollel. In 1970 Horav Schneur Kotler asked Rabbi Gutman at the young age of 26 to move to Denver where he would become the 9th grade Rebbi and Menahel. He had over 1,000 Talmidim over the next 32 years. Rabbi Gutman also taught Navi and Halacha in the Bais Yaakov High School of Denver as well.

    In 2002 Rabbi Gutman moved back to Lakewood to continue his learning and became the Mara D’asra of Khal Lev Avrohom on Gudz Road.

    Rabbi Gutman was known for his clarity on all of Shas, Poskim, Tanach, Shulchan Aruch, Historia and Dikduk. The love and respect his Talmidim had with him was lifetime not just when he was their Rebbi. Even those never in his Shiur were close to him. His expert guidance and counsel was sought from Talmidim, parents, Mechanchim and Gedolay Yisroel world wide.

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