A prominent scholar and teacher in the Chassidic community of London, Rabbi Moshe Golshevsky accomplished much in his 46 years after suddenly passing on April 2 as a result of COVID-19.

Golshevsky is known for writing Mishnas Netzach.

Two weeks after the wedding of his second child, he traveled to Ukraine to visit the resting places of famous Rebbes and to express his gratitude to G‑d for all His blessings.

While on the trip abroad, he developed symptoms of the coronavirus. His condition rapidly deteriorated before he passed away in a Ukrainian hospital less than a week before Passover.

Golshevsky is survived by his wife and their 11 children.

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