Moshe Yaakov Greenbaum will marry Gittel Reizel Neuschloss, daughter of Rabbi Sholom Neuschloss, Brezna Rav, at Ateres Chaya Hall in Boro Bark on Thursday, June 21. The chassan is the son of Rabbi Menachem Zvi Greenbaum, Rav of Beis Medrash Hagadol of the Lower East Side; son of Rabbi Shemaya Greenbaum, author of Siyata D’Shmaya. The aufruf will take place Shabbos Parshas Korach, June 16, at Beis Medrash Emunas Yisroel at 4315-16th Avenue.
The chassan is the grandson of Rabbi Ephraim Oshry, zt”l (1914-2003) Kovna Rav, author of Mima’akim, Churban Lita, and The Annihilation of Lithuanian Jewry. Rabbi Oshry, upon his arrival in United States in 1952, after surviving the Holocaust, was appointed as Rav of Beis Medrash Hagadol of the Lower East Side, where he served with distinction for more than 50 years. Beth Medrash Hagadol is the historical pulpit occupied by Rabbi Yaakov Yosef, zt”l (1840-1902) renowned first and only chief rabbi of New York City (1888-1902).
The kallah is the granddaughter of Rabbi Gavriel Yehuda Neuschloss of Williamsburg, and of Rabbi Meir Horowitz, zt”l (1927-2004) Shotzer Rebbe in Boro Park; son of Rabbi Yisroel Dovid Horowitz, zt”l (1898-1967) Shotzer Rebbe who arrived in the United States in 1928. Rabbi Yisroel Dovid was the son-in-law and successor to Rabbi Meir Moskowitz, zt”l (1853-1921) Shotzer Rebbe. Rabbi Gavriel Yehuda Neuschloss is the younger brother of Rabbi Moshe Neuschloss, zt”l (1911-1997) who served as Serdehaly Rav in Williamsburg and was appointed Skverer Rav with the establishment of the Skverer Community in Spring Valley in 1957.
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