Rebbe Moshe Mordechai Spiegel
משה מנחם ב"ר נפתלי אריהOstrov Kalushiner Rebbe
Date of Death:
Tue. January 12, 1982 -
Teves 17 5742
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Directions to Kever: Beth Israel Cemetery, also, know as Woodbridge Memorial Gardens located along US Highway 1 in Woodbridge, New Jersey. Gate hours are officially 8:30 – 4:30 but will remain open until sunset (6:30 during the summer). In addition, Beth Israel maintains computerized records and will provide a detailed location map upon request. Location: Speigel Family Plot
Photo Caption: Rebbe Moshe Menachem Spiegel along with his son Rabbi Yaakov Yitzchok Spiegel of the Romanian Shul, Credit: Binim Lieberson
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His 2 brothers were also called Ostrov-Kalushiner rebbe.
I) Rabbi Pinchus Eliyahu, niftar 1984
2) Rabbi Elchanan Yochanan, niftar 1972.
One of his son-in-laws was Rav Yehoshua Berstein Rav in Washington D.C. He is buried in the Ostrov-Kalushiner Chelka in Woodbridge, NJ.
His name was “Moshe Menachem”, not Moshe Mordechai”. Should be corrected.
He was also the father-in-law of Rabbi Yisroel Garber zl, nephew and talmid of Harav Boruch Ber Lebowitz ztl and dean of Bais Yakkov of the Lower East Side/Esther Schonfeld High School.
Another son in law of his was Rabbi Menashe Horowitz of Riglitz