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Rabbi Yitzchok Isaac Tendler

October 20th, 2015 · 2 Comments

Rabbi Yitzchok Isaac Tendler

יצחק אייזיק ב"ר דוד

Rav, Congregation Anshi Kaminetz, Lower East Side

Date of Death: Fri. March 7, 1980 - Adar 19 5740

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Cemetery:

Cemetery Details

Directions to Kever: Mount Zion Cemetery in Queens maintains computerized records and will provide a detailed location map upon request. Society: PODHAYCE-4, Path: 4AL, Gate: 7, Grave: 0004

Name Listed on Cemetery Database: TENDLER, ISAAC

Biographical Notes:

Tendler Isaac Pic
Photo Caption: Taken at the wedding of Rabbi Moshe Dovid Tendler’s daughter, Rivka to Shabtai Rappaport. From left to right: Rav Isaac Tendler, Rav Moshe Feinstein, Rav Yoshe Ber Soloveitchik. The wedding took place at the Pioneer Country Club, Greenfield Park, N.Y., on June 17, 1971. Photo Credit: Jack Prince
Note: Special thanks to “the Seforim blog” for picture origination


Credit: Asher Lowy, Brooklyn, NY

Tags: Mt. Zion Cemetery (Maurice Ave) · New York · Queens / L.I., NY

2 responses so far ↓

  • 1 Mordechai // Jan 4, 2016 at 2:30 pm

    You can read more about him in a book about his son called “I Am Your Servant: The life of Rabbi Yosef Tendler”, published by Artscroll.

  • 2 YD Miller // Apr 11, 2016 at 2:05 pm

    http://www.jta.org/1980/03/11/archive/isaac-tendler-dead-at-79
    March 11, 1980
    NEW YORK (Mar. 10)
    More than 2000 people attended funeral services yesterday in Manhattan for Rabbi Isaac Tendler. The rabbi, who died last Friday at age 79 in Suffern, N. Y. after a long illness, was the spiritual leader of the Kominitzer Synagogue on the Lower East Side of New York City for 57 years. For the last few years be lived in Monsey, N. Y. Among those who delivered eulogies was the Talmudic sage, Rabbi Moshe Feinstein.
    Tendler came to the United States from Lithuania in the early 1920s. He was in the first graduating class of Yeshiva University, which ordained him in 1923. As a young rabbi, Tendler was designated spiritual leader of the Kaminitzer Synagogue, named after the town in Lithuania where he and many members of the congregation had emigrated from.
    Tendler was a teacher for many years on the Lower East Side, having taught at the Congregation Bchurel Chemed for over 50 years, and at the Rabbi Jacob Joseph School for over 40 years. In addition, he was chairman of the executive council of the Union of Orthodox Rabbis for the last 26 years.

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