Kevarim of Tzadikim in North America

Rabbi Klonimus Shalom Kellner

קלונימות שלום ב"ר אברהם הלוי

Rav,Congregation Hungarian Hebrew Men, Passaic, New Jersey

Date of Death: Mon. February 3, 1958 - Shevat 13 5718

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Cemetery Details
12 Market Street
Saddle Brook, NJ 07663
United States

Phone: 877-843-7101
Contact: Peter Blacksberg


Cemetery Map:


Directions to Kever: Riverside Cemetery in Saddle Brook, NJ maintains computerized records and will provide a detailed location map upon request. Location: Needed

Biographical Notes:

Photo Caption: Rabbi Kalman Kellner, Credit: Daniel Jacobson

Photo Caption: Rabbi Kalman Kellner, Credit: MCA

Credit: MCA

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Credit: MCA

Bio Information:
Kolonymus Sholom HaLevi Kellner was born in 1883 in Nagykövesd, Slovakia as the youngest child to Rabbi Avraham and Sara Kellner. Rabbi Avraham was the rav in Nagykövesd and authored Os Avraham. In 1907, Kolonymus Sholom married Leah Schick, daughter of Rabbi Yaakov Schicka, Rav in Nadudvar, Hungary who authored Yashresh Yaakov. As a young man, Kolonymus Sholom learned at the Pressburg yeshiva and received semicha from the Shevet Sofer. Shortly thereafter, he began his service as the rabbi of a small congregation in Tenka, Hungary. Rabbi Kellner served as the head Jewish chaplain of the Hungarian army during World War I. Worried that his sons would be drafted into the Hungarian army, Rabbi Kellner immigrated to the United States in 1924, where he rabbinated at Cong. Hungarian Hebrew Men in Passaic, NJ until his passing in 1958.
Rabbi Kellner is buried in Riverside Cemetery.
Source: Daniel Jacobson


Credit: Daniel Jacobson

Credit: MCA

Credit: MCA

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