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BC: 1.15.2011

FC: M | & | R

1: MEMORIES & MESSAGES

2: The Stuart Raskas family goes back so long ago with the Grunberger family; it's hard to believe that they'll be leaving St. Louis for Israel! We share so many good times with all of you. We wish you the very best in your new life that you'll be creating in Israel. Mazel Tov! Love, JoAnn Raskas

3: The members of Congregation B'nai Torah in St. Peters, Missouri always found Rabbi Grunberger to be a Real Mench, and we wish him and his family well in Israel. Sincerely, Jack Cohen President, B'nai Torah | Dear Rabbi and Brocha, We will certainly miss you & thank you for all your many acts of kindness towards our family. Bob & Janice Lipsitz

5: To our Rabbi and Rebbetzin, our mentors, and our dear friends, We want to express our endless hakaras hatov to you and your entire family. For the last 26 years you have given your lives to the St. Louis community. Yiddishkeit would not be what it is in St. Louis without you and your dedication to Reb Noach Ztl and to Aish HaTorah. Your vision has never wavered in doing what is right for Klal Yisroel. Your selflessness, generosity and perseverance are reflected in what you have humbly accomplished. We wish you all much mazel, bracha, and hatzlacha in your move back to Eretz Yisroel. We look forward to being together in Yerushalayim Ir HaKodesh! | All our love, Rob and Cindy Sheinbein

10: F O R E V E R

17: "IT ONLY TAKES A SECOND TO SAY 'I LOVE YOU' BUT A LIFETIME TO SHOW IT." ~TERESA COLLINS

18: I have only been fortunate enough to really know the Grunbergers for approximately five years. However, during that time, I have discovered them to be one of the most incredible families I have ever known. I have never met a family so loving, caring, and 100% devoted not only to each of their children, but truly to everyone around them. Of the many days I spent in the Grunberger home, not one passed that I was not showered with love, compliments, advice, encouragement, and a genuine sense of wonder and care about every aspect of my life. I always marvel at the unwavering strength and courage that the Grunbergers possess, and their amazing ability to be truly bi’simcha no matter what the situation. I am amazed by their tremendous ability to view and assess every situation through the lens of Torah and Avodas HaShem, and their unbelievable level of Emunah and Bitachon in HaShem. I was also inspired by the way the Grunbergers are able to make each and every person feel special and important, and are able to recognize and appreciate people’s individual unique strengths. I’ll never forget my favorite Grunberger (specifically Dovid, my special buddy) moment, which occurred each and every time I came back into town after being away at school. Whether I run into the Grunbergers in the grocery, on the street, or in their home, I always receive the same warm, excited greeting, and the famous Dovid exclamation: “Tamar! Where have you been? I haven’t seen you in so long!” Every single day with the Grunbergers, and especially with Dovid, has been meaningful and special for me, and it has been such a bracha to become so close with such an unbelievable family. To the entire Grunberger family: the St. Louis community, and I personally, will truly miss you every day, and will continue to be inspired by your actions, the values you represent, and the people that you are. Thank you for everything you are and everything you do! With lots of love from Dovid’s #1 fan, Tamar Garbow

19: Rabbi Grunberger enabled me to go to a Jewish singles Shabbaton in Chicago in about 2000. I am still grateful for his generous contribution and thank him. Brocha is a wonderful person, as well. I enjoy our phone conversations and seeing her in person. Dovid should have a refuah shelaima, as well as Tehilla. I pray for them both on a regular basis. I always also enjoyed seeing Batsheva, Elisha and Chaim over at the Greenwalds. All the Grunberger family are great! The Grunberger home is always a welcome place to be. The Grunbergers make me feel very comfortable in their home. I wish all the Grunbergers hatzlochah and much success in their new home in Israel. May the Moshiach come soon so we all can join them there! All the best, Alice J. Brown (Rivkah Sarah bas Batya) | To our Rabbi and Rebbetzin, our mentors, and our dear friends, We want to express our endless hakaras hatov to you and your entire family. For the last 26 years you have given your lives to the St. Louis community. Yiddishkeit would not be what it is in St. Louis without you and your dedication to Reb Noach Ztzl. and to Aish HaTorah. Your vision has never wavered in doing what is right for Klal Yisroel. Your selflessness, generosity and perseverance are reflected in what you have humbly accomplished. We wish you all much mazel, bracha, and hatzlacha in your move back to Eretz Yisroel. We look forward to being together in Yerushalayim Ir HaKodesh! All our love, Rob and Cindy Sheinbein

22: THE HAPPIEST DAY OF MY LIFE!

24: R

25: So many of my very favorite, most dear and most heartwarming memories of a traditional Shabbos experience is at the Grunberger home on the countless occasions that they opened their home, shared their table and family with my family while growing up. These memories truly represent the very fabric of my Jewish observance and identity today. This chessed will never be forgotten. When I was a very young child, before my family became more fully observant, Rabbi Grunberger would come to my home with Rabbi Josh Boretsky (and a guitar) and spend an hour a week entertaining my 4 siblings and me with Jewish stories, songs, and warmth. While as young children we giggled quite a bit, these fond memories will remain with me for always, and remain a key building block in my Torah observance today. Robert Friedman | When I think of the greatness of the Grunberger family, I think about how they reached out to the Friedman's many years ago. From those times to the present, there have been many friendships between members of the extended families. They always get so much credit in our family for introducing the family to the warmth of traditional Judaism. Also, the indelible imprint that the Grunberger's made through incredible hard work and self-sacrifice on Klal Yisrael and St. Louis will always be known among us. In Portland, Oregon on New Year's Day 2006, Rabbi Grunberger performed our wedding in his enthusiastic style. We will look forward to hearing about the impact they make on the Holy Land and please G-d, visiting them there! To the Grunberger's: May the next step of your journey in life be full of many great things! We will miss you! Kate Friedman

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