Rabbi Moshe Aryeh Lew
משה אריה ב"ר שמעיהRav, Temeshvar (Timișoara), Romania
Date of Death:
Fri. August 25, 1995 -
Av 29 5755
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Directions to Kever: The Kiryas Yoel Village Cemetery in upstate Monroe, NY can be hard to navigate. Asking directions prior to your visit is recommended. An updated list of interments is located on the bulletin board near the cemetery entrance. Location: Near the ohel
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His great grandson is the Ulemer Rav’s (KGH) son-inlaw.
Temeshvar is the correct name
Hershi is a great-great-grandson
The family name is LOW, and the town is Temesvar. His father was Rav of Szekelykeresztur, Transylvania, killed in 1944.
The mentioned grandfathers on kever: R’ Mordche Low of Interdam (Entradam), and R’ Yuda Grunfeld of Senmihal (Budszentmihaly).
the name is : LEW , or LOW
He is buried opposite the enterence of the Ohel of the Satmar Rebbes in Kiryas Yoel. He was especially close to the Divrei Yoel. Supposedly, he paid more than $150,000 for the privilege of burial spot. He was a “bookie” in all of Shas and Shulchan Aruch. His shul on 50th Street in Boro Park attracted the “Black” Satmar element, i.e. the extreme ultra-ultra-Orthodox. However, he was a perfect and true old-school gentleman, much to be admired.
Didn’t know he was an eidim by the Biksader