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Rabbi Pesach Burston, Family, Friends & Congregregation Grieve Loss of His Father, Rabbi Chaim Binyomin Burston

Rabbi Pesach Burston with his father Rabbi Chaim Binyomin Burston

We were saddened to hear of the death of Rabbi Pesach Burston's father. This family and congregation, which is always "Looking for the Light", will grieve and heal, cherish a lot of beautiful memories, and continue to see the Light.

Passing wistdom on to the next generation

Burston family during a happy celebration

The following, is from Rabbi Pesach, about his father, andis his announcement of scheduled sitting of shiva.:

Boruch Dayan Haemet- Blessed is the true judge

With tremendous sadness I inform you of the passing of my dear father, Rabbi Chaim Binyomin Burston (father of Rabbi Pesach Burston)

A cherished husband, father, grandfather, great-grandfather and teacher, he was a beloved mentor, role model and teacher to thousands of students and renowned storyteller for children across the globe.

I will be sitting shiva first in Los Angeles, then in Monroe, NY and in Crown Heights with schedule as follows:

Sunday-Tuesday: With my mother and eight siblings in Los Angeles.

Shiva in Orange County, NY

Burston Residence: Highview Rd, Monroe, NY 10950

Wednesday, Jan 3

Visiting hours 10am-2pm, 4-9pm

Shacharit morning service: 9:00am

Mincha afternoon service (followed by Maariv) 4:30pm

Thursday, January 4

Shacharit morning service: 9:00am - at our home

Thursday, January 4

Shiva in Crown Heights (home of my sister, Rivkah Rochel Greenberg)

Greenberg Residence: 1414 Carroll Street Brooklyn NY

Visiting hours 3-9:30pm

Mincha afternoon followed by Maariv: 4:30pm

Friday, January 5

Shacharis morning service: 9am

Visiting hours 10am-2pm

May we only share good news

Rabbi Pesach Burston

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