David Kulchitsky, a resident of Crown Heights, passed away on Monday, 1 Shevat, 5783.
He was 48.
David was a beloved husband and father of 7. He worked as a respiratory therapist.
He is survived by his wife Zissi and children Eli, Bracha Dina, Leah, Yishai, Yehuda Meir, Michoel and Rochel.
The Levaya will take place today, Tuesday, leaving Shomrei Hadas – 12:30 pm, Passing by 770: 1:30 pm, Cemetery: 2:30 pm.
Please help the family during this difficult time.
Baruch Dayan Ha’emes.
We should only share a good news from now on
Heartbreaking, left 7 children behind.
Our hearts go out to the family. It would be most helpful to start a Go Fund me. Please post here that we can assist the family at this difficult time.
I believe it takes less of a percentage, if any.
Both are good and both are needed
Chessed page was Water esblished https://www.charidy.com/kulchitsky/56532
May Hashem comfort his family, may his neshama have the HIGHEST ALIYAH, & may he be REUNITED with his family IMMEDIATELY with the coming of Moshiach Tzedkeinu b’korov MAMMOSH!!!
We are sorry for your loss, please post where to donate and please donate generously to this family with young kids.
David was my neighbor for about 6 months and our children became quite close. He was always pleasant. I regret not knowing him better. I will miss him.
A raise a thon will be posted following the levaya. Please give generously!
Omg hashem why??!!? The sweetest family. This is so heartbreaking. I hope there is a go fund me, please post if/ when.
Very very sad. I knew him when he worked at the nursing home in Williamsburg. A nice fine person. Very sad.
Special neshoma and very unique sweet person.
438 Sterling St., between Brooklyn and New York.
I’m sorry to hear. Although I didn’t interact with him, I worked at the same nursing home and every time I passed by him (when he was not treating patients) he was saying Tehillim or Chitas.
May the family be comforted.
I do the same @ my work, I do Chitas, Tehillim…… mostly on my downtime. A lot what to learn. (Even passing by my Managers) I feel like a different person. And I feel all the B’rochos that Hashem and the Rebbe gave me to do, and give me lots and lots of Koach to do so, and I have a privilege to do this. You should do the same! In honor of David’s Neshama. Only good news. I didn’t know David that well, but every time we passed by each other he always had a smile on his face.… Read more »