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Rabbi Yaakov Aizer Dubrow

March 29th, 2012 · 7 Comments

Rabbi Yaakov Aizer Dubrow

יעקב עוזר אליקום געציל

Rav, Congregation Kesher Israel, Washington D.C.

Date of Death: Fri. November 17, 1944 - Kislev 1 5705
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4708 Fable Street
Capitol Heights, MD 20743
United States

Phone: (301) 933-3033
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Dubrow Pic 1

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Dubrow Pic 2
hoto Credit: Yaakov Rosenblat, Los Angeles, CA

Credit: Yaakov Rosenblat, Los Angeles, CA

Credit: Yaakov Rosenblat, Los Angeles, CA

Tags: Washington DC

7 responses so far ↓

  • 1 YD Miller // Mar 29, 2012 at 1:37 pm

    Rabbi Dubrow (left) with two other prominent Washington DC Rabbis, Reb Gedaila Silverstone (Center) and Reb Yehoshua Klevan (Right):

  • 2 Yaakov // Apr 15, 2012 at 3:00 pm

    This is a terrific picture! Thank you for posting it. I recently began looking for pictures and other docs of Rav dubrow. I heard that he had a library of Seforim that is unaccounted for as of yet. He may have some chidushai Torah in the glosses of his Seforim too that I would love to get and hope to print B”EH. If you have any info on this please post. Thank you !

  • 3 Chaim // Jul 23, 2012 at 5:14 pm

    an article about Rav Dubrow:

  • 4 YD Miller // Jul 23, 2012 at 5:58 pm

    Published: November 26, 2003

    STEVENS–Marsha, died November 25, 2003. It is with inexpressible sadness we announce the sudden passing of the sweet, loving and vivacious woman with the warmest smile around, whose biggest joy in life was her family. Devoted wife of the late Henry P. Stevens, Marsha is survived by her loving children, Dr. Jeffrey Stevens of Aventura, FL, Mallory Stevens of New York City; daughter-inlaw Nancy Stevens and grandchildren Lilli and Harrison. Marsha was also the proud daughter of the late Rabbi Jacob Dubrow, founding rabbi of Kesher Israel Congregation in Washington, D.C. Funeral services today at Riverside Memorial Chapel, Amsterdam Ave/76th St in Manhattan at 11:45AM.

  • 5 Mallory Stevens // Oct 17, 2014 at 1:52 pm

    Thank you for your kind interest in and attention to my grandfather, Rabbi Yaakov Azer (Jacob) Dubrow. While he died even before my mother, Marsha (the youngest) married, my mother spoke of him all the time and I often would see her kiss his photograph. He was a beloved rabbi and scholar, and the leader of the Jewish community in Washington, D.C. (though it is unclear whether another rabbi shared that distinction with him). My grandfather was also a friend of both Lubavitcher rebbes and, in fact, was instrumental in Menachem Mendel’s coming to the U.S. Needless to say, I’m proud of my heritage.

  • 6 Yaakov // Mar 27, 2015 at 7:18 pm

    Here is a link to a beautiful biography that was recently published in honor of the 70th Yahrtzeit of Rav Dubrow Z”L.

  • 7 M. Rotenfeld // Dec 26, 2019 at 5:15 pm

    Here is a nice article in Yiddish about him with details not mentioned elsewhere:

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