From Rose Feldman firstname.lastname@example.org@21:1/5 to All on Sat Sep 21 14:42:47 2019
Yehuda Klausner was a Civil Engineer with a doctorate from Princeton University.
He was an erudite, modest and friendly man who studied rabbinical lineages with the
same scientific approach, rigour and passion which characterized his academic career. We will miss his warm voice and accent, which had an indefinite touch of
Yehuda willingly responded to queries of people seeking answers to their genealogical questions.
Yehuda and his wife Yocheved were true partners in life and in genealogy. Together
they volunteered for many JewishGen projects, where they especially contributed to RAV-SIG.
Yocheved, our thoughts are with you in these moments of sorrow.
May his memory be for a blessing. Baruch dayan haemet
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