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October 23, 2017

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January 29, 2013
Thirty days of mourning for Clifford (Chaim Tsvi) is concluding. The loss is still so fresh. We pray his sudden passing precluded prolong suffering. We grieve for the words never spoken; the slow acceptance that our future lives in memory. His accomplishments inspire reflection: accomplishment overcomes adversity, love conquers challenges, and destiny is never obvious. We are proud that Clifford loved us without judgment.
Carol (Aunt),Boston
January 9, 2013
We've known Chaim Zvi for close to 30 years and he was a frequent visitor in our house, often coming for a meal on Shabbat and at least one meal on each Yom Tov. You could say he was almost part of the family. He watched our children grow up, talked and played with them and, in recent years, also with our grandchildren who always asked when they came for Shabbat - Is Chaim Zvi coming as well? He was a great inspiration to us and will be sorely missed.
January 9, 2013
Chaim Tzvi (Clifford) had a profound affect on me. Even the brief period during which I knew him showed me his love of life and fellow human beings. He will forever be in the hearts of the Chatam community and Rehovot, Israel. May his family be comforted amongst the mourners, and may his memory always be a blessing.
January 7, 2013
The admiration and affection with which Clifford was held was evinced by the huge funeral attended by dozens of his friends and colleages from the Weizman Institute and his many friends from the religious community in Rehovot, as well as friends and relatives from all over Israel.The many speakers discussed his honesty, his brilliance and the amazing way in which he had overcome handicaps. He was an example to so mcny people. May his memory be for a blessing, and may his family know no more sorrow.
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