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November 28, 2015 / 16 Kislev, 5776
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In Memory Of Dr. Ivan Mauer (Yitzchak ben Tzvi)

Dr. Ivan Mauer

Dr. Ivan Mauer

Memories and thoughts of you my beloved husband are always with me. It is the third yahrzeit of your death and I remain bereft.

Most of the time I feel that it was only last year, how can it be three?

I look at your picture beside my bed morning and night and I am reminded of the wonderful years we had together, and I thank Hashem for that blessing.

“When love is strong and runs deep, it pulsates with an energy that cannot be stopped, not even by death’s grip. When two souls are connected and one departs from the world, the separation may seem final, but in truth the relationship transcends time.” (Small Miracles, 1997)

I will always love you and I feel comforted that with you, together with my beloved parents, I have strong advocates on high.


About the Author: Naomi Klass Mauer is associate publisher of The Jewish Press.

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3 Responses to “In Memory Of Dr. Ivan Mauer (Yitzchak ben Tzvi)”

  1. You are so lucky to have had such a wonderful relationship. I'm sure your many good deeds merit him, on high.

  2. Herb Glatter says:

    Shabbat Shalom to all

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