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Audio: Derech Eretz Show: MEMORIAM: My Mother, Gertrude T. Adler, ob"m

The story of a Holocaust survivor, wife, mother and grandmother and a humble heroine.
10/22/2012, 10:59 AM

A7 Radio's "The Derech Eretz Show" with Rabbi Elan Adler
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IN MEMORIAM: My mother, Gertrude T. Adler, ob"m

I've been off the air for several weeks, due to Jewish holidays but even more, dealing with the illness and death of my beloved and sainted mother, of blessed memory. This show is about her, her Derech Eretz, and the Derech Eretz of so many people who comforted our family with their words and their tears. This show is dedicated to the loving memory of Shvartzel Tova bat Moshe Yeshayahu and Glicka, who for almost 83 years basked in the prides of her family and was an extraordinary wife, mother, mother in law, daughter, grandmother, great-grandmother, sister in law, aunt, cousin, friend and neighbor. She earned her special place in the Garden of Eden. I invite you to listen about an unusually loving and giving woman, selfless and unconditional in her love.
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Rabbi Elan Adler served as a pulpit Rabbi for 25 years in Stamford, Ct and Baltimore, Md prior to making aliyah in 2010. Rabbi Adler received his Smicha from Yeshiva University, had the privilege of being an aide to Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik for two years, was an activist Rabbi in support of Israel and aliyah, and served as the President of the Baltimore Board of Rabbis. During his tenure as a Rabbi, he was known for being an engaging speaker and teacher, never failing to make easy connections with Jewish people as well as the non-Jewish and African American community. While serving congregations, he was appreciated for being welcoming, embracing of all people, and bringing congregants closer to their Jewish heritage. For more information on Rabbi Adler visit
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