As mentioned, the first Azkarah of Meir Aloni was a few weeks ago. At the time, the family didn’t have a chance to share any thoughts with the kehillah about him. We’ve included a short essay on him at the bottom of this week’s email.
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(none at this time)
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Meir Aloni passed away on Feb. 14, 2022, after a lengthy illness. He is survived by his beloved wife Margalit (Cherizli), and his four children: Nurit (Dr. Robert Barnard) Sarah (Gadi Harari), Rachel Tal, and Shimon (Abby Ross).
Meir is survived by his 18 grandchildren (Chai), and five of them live in Northeast Ohio: Karen, Laura, Rebecca, Haim, and Ruth. Meir was a general manager of Barclays Discount Bank where he started as a messenger under the British control of Israel. He served in the IDF. During the Six Day War he helped to evacuate the wounded soldiers who fought to give us the Kotel (The Wailing Wall).
During his years at Barclay’s, Meir helped many people in need and always comforted them saying: “Don’t worry, things will be okay”. He was also generous to his children by always giving them advice and helping them monetarily. Meir spoke Hebrew, English, Ladino, and Arabic. His Arab clients loved how Meir took great care of them and in his interaction liked to display Muslim wisdom and jokes that made them laugh.
May his memory be blessed forever!