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Rachamonim Bnei Rachamonim – Klal Yisroel!
Please help us to support the Ezagui family – an almonah and six orphans, two of whom are not yet married!
We appeal to you please help this broken-hearted family, which has been left bewildered by this tragedy.
Reb Shlomo Ezagui z”l was suddenly taken from us on the second day of Pesach. He was recovering from a successful kidney transplant, after hopes raised and dashed several times until they could operate. Sadly, he fell at home and broke several of his ribs.  In excruciating pain, he was admitted to hospital just before Pesach and tragically caught the terrible virus that cut short his life.
Reb Shlomo z”l was a respected and conscientious bodek of poultry; his knowledge and Yiras Shomayim made him a highly valued part of his team, ensuring that the highest standards of kashrus were maintained at all times.  He was also well known to be kind and generous, qualities he has passed on to his children יבלח״ט.
He went to great lengths to avoid worrying others, even close family and friends, about his difficulties, even if that would mean he had to face things without their help. 
Reb Shlomo z”l gave away hundreds of hours of his nights for חסד של אמת to do Shmirah for Misaskim and always refused to accept any payment just to be able to do it purely for the מצוה. 
Reb Shlomo z”l loved to help others and even set up multiple Gemach’s for Bris sets,Chupah candles, Mitzvah Tantz Gartels and many more. 
His love of Torah was exemplified by his regular attendance at shiurim and chavrusos, even when in pain and great discomfort.
He was always אוהב שלום ורודף שלום 
Reb Shlomo z”l shouldered all the responsibilities of financial expenses in the household. 
Now the family has lost its “breadwinner”!
Please help us reach our goal, to support this grief-stricken family!