Help Honor Rebbetzin Kazen, ob”m With A Torah Dedication, Also Join Her Memorial Event This Sunday In Cleveland!

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Rebbetzin Kazen Memorial Event and Torah Dedication.

You can read about Rebetzein Kazen’s incredible and fascinating life story here.

For six decades, Rebbetzin Kazen dedicated her time, effort and resources to provide spiritual and physical nourishment to thousands of Jews. Together with her husband, Rabbi Zalman Kazen, obm, Rabbi of Zemach Zedek Shul, they pioneered many vital Jewish programs including the Russian Immigrant Aid Society, Chabad of Cleveland, and the Kosher Food Pantry, which continues to have a tremendous impact in our community of Cleveland, OH and beyond.

You can honor their memory by participating in the writing of a sacred Torah scroll.

To purchase letters and share your memories of the Kazens, please go to

Memorial event and Torah dedication will take place on Sunday, May 26 at 7:30 PM at the Waxman Chabad Center in Cleveland, OH.

Guest Speaker: Rabbi Shabsi Alpern, Head Chabad Shaliach of Brazil
M.C. Rabbi Moshe Kotlarsky, Chairman International Conference of Lubavitch Emissaries
Greetings by prominent members of the community.
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Dan’s Note: The Kazens were like grandparents for me growing up, they were mikarev my mother’s family. Davening with Rabbi Kazen every morning for years was a special part of my childhood, and seeing the work that they always did for the community was truly inspiring. Rabbi and Rebetzein Kazen were special people from a generation that will never be replaced.

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Alizah Frayda Blake Hochstead

Sunday night will be my 72 birthday, it is my privilege on this very special day to honor the Kazen’s who were like parents to me. When I first became engaged to my husband my mother was deceased so it was only natural to bring my Chassan to Rebbetzin Kazen for a brocha. Growing up she and my mother were friends. The Zemech Zedek is still a second home to me and when visiting Cleveland we always stop there. They were both examples of how a Jew should live, not compromising their ideals but yet being open to every Jew (and human being). May they look down upon us and bless us as they did when they were here on earth. I wish I could join you all this Sunday, but we are here in Beitar Israel where we live.