Isaac Lowenbraun

Isaac Lowenbraun

May 28, 1949 - April 29, 2021
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Service Details

  • Service

    Thursday, April 29th, 2021 | 1:00pm
    Thursday, April 29th, 2021 1:00pm
    Martin's West
    6817 Dogwood Road
    Baltimore, MD 21244
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  • Shiva

    Family Residence
    6305 Park Heights Avenue
    Baltimore, MD 21215
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    The family will be sitting shiva at the Lowenbraun home starting Friday afternoon, April 30 through Wednesday May 5.


Donations are being accepted for:
Congregation Tiferes Yisroel

6201 Park Heights Avenue
, Baltimore, MD 21215


Rabbi Yitzchok Lowenbraun, of Baltimore, MD, passed away on Thursday, April 29th, 2021 at the age of 71. He is survived by his loving children, Rabbi Yosef (Hadassah) Lowenbraun, Shulamis (Nechemia) Weinreb, Utchie (Benzion) Horowitz, Shoshana Lowenbraun, Shloime (Leah) Lowenbraun, and Toby (Ephriam) Molinski, brothers, Benzion "Barney" (Norma) Lowenbraun, and Shloime (Tova) Lowenbraun, grandchildren, Menachem (Thaveli), Shloime (Chayala) , Devorah (Ushy), Moishe, Yanky, Yehuda Leib, Shea, Arelah, Shaya, Yosef Tzvi, Malky, Leah, Shira, Heshela, Chany, Shloime, Michel, Chaim Meyer, Yehuda, Leib, Nechama, Arelah, Leah, Mimi, and Toby, and great grandchildren. He was predeceased by his beloved wife, Miriam Lowenbraun (nee Twerski), and parents, Yoseph and Yenta Lowenbraun.

Services at Martin's West, on Thursday, April 29th, 2021 at 1pm. Interment Beth Hamedrosh Hagodel Cemetery in Milwaukee, WI. Please omit flowers. Contributions in his memory may be sent to Congregation Tiferes Yisroel, 6201 Park Heights Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21215. The family will be in mourning at 6305 Park Heights Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21215, beginning Friday.
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Betsy Kramer

Posted at 09:23am
I had the distinct pleasure of meeting and working with Rabbi Lowenbraun in 1985. I was hired to be a youth group advisor with Rabbi Fred Friedman for the Baltimore chapter of NCSY “ Our Way”, which is for Jewish Deaf kids. Rabbi Lowenbraun was patient, tolerant and helpful. He allowed me to teach him about deafness and I learned more about Orthodoxy from him.
While I haven’t seen him in many,
many years, his kindness and humor was never forgotten. The
Baltimore Jewish Community has
lost an original. My sincerest
condolences to his family.

Judy Chernak

Posted at 12:42am
I have exceptional memories of Rabbi Lowenbraun when he was head of NCSY and my daughter Wendy became the president of the first chapter opened at Beth Tfiloh. Exciting and life-building Shabbatonim followed, a most wondrous experience for my daughter and a friendship between the Rabbi and me. When I published my K'tonton in Israel books and cassettes, he graciously gave me a beautiful review and permission to publish it on the book's cover, a truly great honor. And when I asked him once how he could pursue his faithful workout routines at the JCC when women (including myself) were also there in scanty gym clothes, he answered me sincerely, "I just don't look!" To me, he was the epitome of a learned and inspirational rabbi/rebbe who had one eye on being modern, encouraging children and adults into an Orthodox but totally inclusive way of life. I am sad to hear of his passing....The world is lessened without him.

Tobey Herzog Finkelstein

Posted at 01:26pm
The Rabbi was a larger-than-life crusader, an unstoppable force, with the sincerest love for Am Yisrael, Torah, and his family. But what I will remember most fondly about him is what it meant to be in love with one's wife for life. When his wife called the office, he would literally light up, stop everything, and say with the hugest smile, "Excuse me, Miriam's on the phone!!" - no matter what dignitary he was meeting with. HaMakom yinachem etchem btoch shaar aveilei Tzion v'Yerushalayim.

Alan & Marsha Blank

Posted at 11:44am
Many year ago , we had contact with the Rabbi,z'tl,,when my son participated in some NCSY activities. He as an icon for Jewish youth, spreading his chesed. May the entire family be comforted among the mourner of Zion & Jerusalem.

Miriam Robbins

Posted at 11:14am
המקום ינחם אתכם בתוך שאר בעלי ציון וירושלים

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