Moshe Chaim Turgeman was the 26th deceased in Ashkelon. For the Chabad community in the city and for his family and friends he was a righteous man, of kindness and giving for the other, and at the age of 58 the Corona virus overcame him.
On the evening of Yom Kippur, he was laid to rest in the Givat Zion cemetery in Ashkelon. On his death he left behind a widow, six children and six grandchildren.
His friends in the community and family say that the late Moshe prayed about a month ago in the synagogue near his home, along with several family members. Shortly afterwards he felt unwell, and began to develop symptoms of the virus, and he was soon hospitalized at Barzilai Hospital in the city. It got worse, the doctors connected him to the soul machine – and he was transferred to Sheba Hospital in Tel Hashomer. On Sunday this week his condition worsened greatly, and he passed away.
“The late Moshe was a good man, a man of giving and kindness,” a relative said of him. We will miss him very much. “
Rabbi Moshe Vilenkin of Chabad in Ashkelon said of him that Moshe was a man full of love for Israel. “He was a good man, a Chabad man full of love for the Torah of Israel and a true follower of the Rebbe.” He said when he first contracted corona, there was hope and belief that he would overcome the virus. “All the members of the congregation did not stop reading Psalms. On Sunday we received the worst news of all.”
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