Martha Hadassah Ribalow Nadich – paid obituaries

NADICH–Hadassah. The entire Heschel School community mourns the passing of Hadassah Nadich beloved wife of the late and esteemed Rabbi Judah Nadich, mother of Shira Nadich Levin, a trustee and a most respected, dedicated member of the Executive Committee and past president of the Board, mother-in-law of Jim, and grandmother to Alexander, Gideon, a faculty member and alumnus class of 1996, Benjamin, class of 2001. Hadassah was a committed Hebraist and devoted partner to Judah in all aspects of their life’s work. She was a dedicated mother to her three daughters and many grandchildren. We extend our heartfelt sympathy to the entire family and may they be comforted among the mourners of Zion and Jerusalem. Alisa R. Doctoroff, President, Board of Trustees Roanna Shorofsky, Head of School

Published in the New York Times on 3/26/2008.

NADICH–Hadassah. Our hearts are with Leah, Shira, Nomi and their families. We will miss her. Wendy and Judd Meltzer and family
Published in the New York Times on 3/27/2008.

NADICH–Hadassah. Park Avenue Synagogue mourns the passing of Hadassah Nadich, beloved wife of our late Rabbi Emeritus Judah Nadich. A great lady of dignity and warmth, especially to our congregants who greatly adored her. We extend to her daughters and the entire family our heartfelt sympathy. May her memory remain for a blessing. David H. Lincoln, Senior Rabbi Amy A.B. Bressman, Chairman of the Board Menachem Z. Rosensaft, President
Published in the New York Times on 3/26/2008.

NADICH–Hadassah Ribalow. Beloved friend, confidant for over 50 years. Deepest sympathy to Shira, and her entire family. Bernie Weiss and Family
Published in the New York Times on 3/26/2008.

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  2. 2 david weiser May 22, 2011 at 10:03 pm

    Hi — I enjoyed browsing through this very informative website.
    I wanted to ask about a small sculpture that I recently acquired. It is inscribed on the base, “Hadassah Nadich. Presented by Philadelphia Branch Women’s League on Founder’s Day. December 6, 1984. 12 Kislev, 5745.”

    This is a small, abstract sculpture made of dark grey or black steel. There are five vertical rods rising from a base that resembles the letter “Aleph.” The name of the piece and the artist are not given. Probably there was a small template on the base that
    gave this information, but it has disappeared.

    I would appreciate any information that you could give me about this sculpture which I will cherish all the more now that I know about the woman to whom it was awarded. Thanks in advance,

    David Weiser

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This is a tribute to Rabbi Judah Nadich z"l and Martha Hadassah Ribalow Nadich z"l, created and maintained by their family. If you have a memory or thought to share, please submit it to nadichblog at gmail dot com.

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