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ברוך דיין האמת
בית הישיבה משתתף באבלו
של בוגרנו 
אמיר אליטוב (בני חו"ל 1996)
עם מות אמו
רבנית אסתר מלכה אליטוב ז"ל
הספדים באנגליה יום ראשון בבקר,
קבורה ביום שני בבוקר, י"א בסיון, בשעה 10:30 בהר המנוחות
יושבים שבעה באפרת, רח' הל"ה 12
מנחה וערבית בשעה 19:30
יום שלישי שחרית 7:30 בבקר, מנחה 13:15
חוזרים לאנגליה ביום שלישי בלילה.
המקום ינחם אתכם בתוך אבלי ציון וירושלים
We regret to inform you of the passing of
Rebbetzen Esther Ellituv z”l
Beloved mother of our alumnus
Amir Ellituv (1996)
Hespedim will be held at the Synagogue Congregational Hall,
8 Queenston Road, Didsbury,
on Sunday 8th June at 11am. After the ceremony, there will be a chance to speak with the family in the Congregational Hall.
The family will fly out to Israel on Sunday evening. 
The funeral will take place at the cemetery
in Har Hamenuchot, Givat Shaul, Jerusalem
on Monday 9th June at 10.30am (in the Beit Hespedim to the right of the barrier). 
Following the funeral, the family will be sitting shiva at 
12 Rechov HaLamed Hei, Efrat.
Monday Mincha and Arvit at 7.30pm. 
Tuesday morning Shacharit at 7.00am.
Tuesday afternoon Mincha at 1.15pm.
The family returns to England on Tuesday 10th June in the evening. 
There will be shiva at 5 Shirehall Close, Hendon, London, NW4 2QR 
starting at 10.30pm, followed by Arbit at 10.45pm. 
The family will return to Manchester immediately following the service at 11.15pm.
There will be shiva in Manchester 
from Wednesday morning 11th June until Sunday morning 15th June, 
at 162 Palatine Road, Didsbury, M20 2QH.
Visiting times 
On Wednesday and Thursday
from 10am until 12.30pm and from 2pm until 6.30pm. 
On Friday visiting times from 10am until 1pm.
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday morning,
Shacharit at 7.25am in Queenston Road.
Wednesday and Thursday evening,
Mincha and Arvit at 7.30pm in Queenston Road.
Sunday 15th June morning
Shacharit at 8.30am in Queenston Road.
The shiva concludes after Shacharit on Sunday morning.
May Hashem comfort the family with all those who mourn for Zion and Jerusalem.