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We mourn the passing of Rabbi Dr. Norman Lamm

Published on May 31, 2020

We regret to inform you of the passing of our esteemed member
 
RABBI DR. NORMAN LAMM
 
Rabbi Lamm was the former Rabbi of the Jewish Center, the former President and Chancellor of Yeshiva University, and Rosh HaYeshiva of the Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary (RIETS).
 
Burial took place on Sunday, May 31.  
 

A MEMORIAL TRIBUTE TO RABBI LAMM
will take place Tuesday, June 2nd at 12:30pm
 
Remarks by: Family Members, Rabbi Dr. Ari Berman, Rabbi Dr. Yosie Levine, Rabbi Herschel Schachter,Dr. David Shatz.
 
Watch onYouTube Live here.
 
To send condolences to the mourners during Shib`ah:
 
Chaye Lamm Warburg | potschaye@gmail.com | (201) 406-1993
Joshua Lamm | lammmd@gmail.com | (516) 313-1851
Shalom Lamm | slamm@ambitfamily.com | (917) 282-7375
Mark Dratch | msdratch@gmail.com | (203) 858-9691
 
For non-Shiva visit information, contact:
https://drnormanlamm.com/
Tina Lamm (516) 551-0628
Rivkie Lamm (516) 313-6734
Ahuva Warburg Halpern (201) 220-5849

 
 
חכם שמת הכל קרוביו
 
 
To honor the memory of Rabbi Norman Lamm with a donation to Shearith Israel, please click here or call the office at 212-873-0300 x228.  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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