Businessman Menachem Loeffler passed away on April 27.

Born in 1956, he was the only child of parents who survived World War II and the Holocaust.

Following in his father’s footsteps, he managed his family’s namesake furniture store, Loeffler’s, in the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn, N.Y.

The firm is a retail seller of sofas, recliners, dinette sets, bedroom sets and more.

He steered the business as it expanded to open a second branch in the Brooklyn neighborhood of Borough Park, servicing both locations.

Loeffler managed to balance a professional career with his life as a dedicated Chassid of the Pupa dynasty.

He is survived by his wife, Shifra, and their children, in addition to his mother.

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