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Rabbi Chaim Mordechai Lasker

July 21st, 2015 · 4 Comments

Rabbi Chaim Modechai Lasker

חיים מרדכי ב"ר זאב דוב

Rav, Beth Tephilah Synagogue, Troy, New York

Date of Death: Mon. August 29, 1932 - Av 27 5692

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Cemetery:

Cemetery Details
51 Belle Avenue
Troy, NY 12180
United States

Phone: (518) 272-3182
Fax:
Contact: Elisheva Morrison

Web:
Email: egm180@gmail.com

Cemetery Map:

Notes: The cemetery is nonsectarian. There are a number of Jewish sections towards the back of the cemetery which are owned and cared for by Beth Tephilah Synagogue located at 82 River Steet Troy, NY 12180

Directions to Kever: Elmwood Hills Cemetery in Troy, New York is a nonsectarian cemetery. The Jewish sections are located towards the back of the cemetery: Location: Beth Tephilah Synagogue section.

Name Listed on Cemetery Database: Name listed on marker: Rabbi Hyman M. Lasker

Biographical Notes:

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Photo Caption: Rabbi Chaim Mordechai Lasker, Credit: Needed
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Photo Caption: Rabbi Chaim Mordechai Lasker, Credit: Elisheva Morrison, Troy, New York


Photo Caption: Beth Tephilah Synagogue, Troy, New York, Credit: Elisheva Morrison


Credit: Alysia Hamilton, Troy, New York

Credit: Alysia Hamilton, Troy, New York


Credit: Alysia Hamilton, Troy, New York

Credit: Alysia Hamilton, Troy, New York

Tags: New York · Upstate New York

4 responses so far ↓

  • 1 Kaporeh Hindel // Sep 6, 2016 at 2:50 pm

    The shul in Troy was recently declared a landmark. It was built in 1909. In the early years Rabbi Lasker gave a passionate speech about the importance of having a mikve. Shortly afterwards, one was built.

  • 2 Tomasz Lissowski // Jan 24, 2017 at 4:48 am

    A very intriguing issue – who was Rabbi Lasker’s grandfather …

  • 3 Rabbi Stern // Dec 24, 2019 at 2:13 pm

    Where is or was the closest Mikvah in or around Troy? I once read that the Malacha’s son had one in Albany, did that cover Troy as well.

  • 4 Jonathan wolf // May 2, 2020 at 7:34 pm

    Did Rabbi Lasker write any seforim? Or were any sermons published? My great geandpatents attended his shul in Troy in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.

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