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Sincere Condolences to Alan Eisenman

Published on Sep 24, 2019

We regret to inform you of the passing of 

Mother of our member Alan Eisenman.
The Funeral took place on Monday.
Shib'ah will be observed at the Eisenman residence
638 Evergreen Dr.
West Hempstead, NY 
until Thursday, Sept. 26 at 1:30PM.

Shib'ah continues Thursday afternoon at
53 Pilgrim La,
Monsey, NY 10952 
until Sunday morning, Sept. 29

Services in West Hempstead:
Selihhot at 6:35AM
Shaharit: Wed-Thur at 7:00AM
Minha& 'Arbit:  Tue-Wed at 6:35PM

Services in Monsey:
Minha/'Arbit: Thur at 6:35PM
Selihot Fri at 7:00AM/Shaharit at 7:15AM

(There will be no service Sunday morning due to Rosh Hashana)



If you would like to honor the memory of Carol Eisenman with a donation to Shearith Israel, please click here.  To support families during shibah, please consider a donation to the Hebra Hased Va'Amet. The family will be notified of your donation.


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