Today is September 25, 2017; the

Congregation Sons of Abraham

The heart of Jewish life in the La Crosse area for over 100 years

1820 Main Street, La Crosse, WI 54601
(608) 784-2708 |csoarabbi@gmail.com

CSOA extends its condolences to…


 


The Congregation extends its condolences to Jennifer and Dan Short and to their children on the passing of Jen’s beloved mother Linda Loos Scarth, z”l, in Cedar Rapids on July 3rd.  May G-d comfort Robert Scarth, Linda’s husband, who was at her side at the time of her passing.  May Linda’s memory ever be a source of blessing. Amen.

The members of CSOA extend their condolences to Jeff Locketz on the passing of his beloved mother Elinor, a CSOA founder and longtime member of our congregation and the JWL.  May you be comforted among the remnant of those who mourn for Zion and Jerusalem, and may Elinor’s memory ever be a source of blessing. 

The members of CSOA extend their deepest condolences to the family of Dr. Daniel and Jennifer Short on the passing of Daniel’s beloved mother, Rosebetty, on January 2nd.  May Rosebetty’s memory ever be a source of blessing to all who knew her and may G-d comfort you all among the remnant of those who mourn for Zion and Jerusalem.

The members of CSOA extend their deepest sympathies to the entire Prombaum family, on the passing of Simcha’s beloved and revered father, Ephraim Prombaum, z”l, on Wednesday, December 7, 2016 in Chicago.  May Rabbi Prombaum’s memory ever be a source of blessing and inspiration to all who knew him and may G-d comfort you all among the remnant of those who mourn for Zion and Jerusalem.

The members of CSOA extend their deepest sympathies to Carol, Stephanie and Genevieve Keimowitz, on the passing of longtime CSOA member Dr. Rudy Keimowitz on October 19, 2016 in Austin, Texas.  “During his 33 years at Gundersen, Rudy Keimowitz distinguished himself as a dedicated clinician, teacher, and researcher. His tireless devotion to his patients and the organization, and his humanity, made him a powerful role model for those who had the privilege to work with him.” – Dr. Wayne Bottner.   May Rudy’s memory ever be a source of blessing to those who knew him.