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RABBI CHAIM DAVIDOVICH

RABBI CHAIM DAVIDOVICH

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Rabbi Chaim Davidovich, 90, formerly of Buffalo and a leader of the Denver Jewish community for 26 years, died Saturday (July 30, 1994) in Jerusalem, where he had lived since 1969.

He was the leader of Buffalo's largest Orthodox synagogue, Anshe Zedek, and was active in the city's Rabbinical Council. He also was chaplain for 17 years at Attica State Correctional Facility. He left Buffalo for Denver in 1945.

He was buried in the Mount of Olives, Jerusalem, alongside his wife, Roise, who died in 1982.

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