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A Personal Message From The Weiners

Jun 17th, 2013 by nzakon | 12
To our dear friends and family at Data of Plano,

     It is with a heart full of joy and sadness, that we write this open letter to you. For the past 4+ years we have made Plano our home. During that time we have grown very attached to you and all the beauty of our special community. We feel very fortunate to have had the opportunity to help this community grow, and we will miss you all dearly!

    Over the last month I have had the unique opportunity to interview for positions that will help further my growth and development in the field of education. To that end, Chaya and I have accepted a job offer in North Miami Beach, Fl. We will be moving within the next 6 weeks, with Hashem’s help.

    We would like to thank you all for your love and friendship, especially as Chaya has been on bed rest for the past month. We will cherish the special moments that we made together, and will always be rooting for your continued success! While it is often difficult to hold the same level of closeness that we share today, you have forever impacted our lives with your laughter and tears. We will take with us the knowledge that anything can be done when we commit ourselves to striving, no matter what obstacles lay in our path. Your commitment is a source of strength to us, and we hope that the things that we have done here that have impacted you, will serve to propel the community to new heights.
   While we would have loved to have told this to each of you in person, with Chaya being on bed rest and all this coming together so quickly we were unable to do so. We feel so close to each of you and feel bad that circumstances have forced us to inform the community via a post. 

    Once a Plano Jew, Always a Plano Jew – but never settle on being a “plain old Jew”

With much love and admiration,

Zev & Chaya Weiner, and Family

12 Comments on “A Personal Message From The Weiners”

  1. Oscar & Aviva said:

    We will miss u sorry your leaving, hat latzlacha to you

  2. Albert K. said:

    This is sad… This is worst then Lebron James taking his talent to Miami Beach.
    Not the best news for us, but hope much success with you and your family.

    With Love,


  3. Mary Lou Kitts said:

    Good luck to both of you and your growing family. While I have not really gotten to know both of you very well, I was immediately attracted to Chaya and her lovely, bubbly peersonality.

  4. Rich Family said:

    We wish you all much hatzlocha and brocha, and feel so fortunate that our family has had the opportunity to learn from both of you.

  5. Leah Ullman said:

    Dear Rabbi & Rebbitzen Weiner,

    Your intelligence, warmth & humor has been an added blessing and attraction for this community. I want to wish you all continued blessings from Hashem. The people in Miami are very fortunate to be getting you. I have been fortunate to have known you for the short time that it was, but you have left an indelible impression on my heart, as I know you have to so many others.

    With love and sadness,

  6. mali said:

    Dear Weiner family ,
    Not every day you get to know people like you ..creative …funny ….we were so lucky to work with you and enjoy your wonderful hospitality.
    you took the YOLO excectly the right way and i am so happy for you guys …i wish you can take us with you :)
    wishing you all the best !!!
    the garianis

  7. Adria Benklifa said:

    Our loss is truly their gain! We wish you the best on this new adventure in your lives! The Benklifa family!

  8. Haya Silver said:

    Dear Rabbi & Rebbitzen,

    Thank you so much for all you’ve done for the community.
    I’m glad I had the opportunity to get to know you.
    I’m very happy for you.
    Wishing you hatzlacah and kol tuv.

    With love,

  9. Marc Lipnick said:

    Rabbi and Rebbetzin Weiner,

    Best wishes and you will be missed here in Plano.

    Deborah and Marc Lipnick

  10. nzakon said:

    repost it

  11. Priscilla Korin said:

    Dear Weiners,

    My son, Yoni and his wife, Basya live in NMB. I told them you are coming and they have offered to have you in their home for a few days so you can get settled. They just had a baby girl (1 week ago) making this one their third. Basya’s phone is:

  12. Janos and Tzipporah Kralik said:

    Rabbi Weiner,

    Mazel Tov on your baby girl!!

    You and your family have been such a pillar for Plano and the Dallas community, we are sad to see you go, but happy that you are following your love for growth and what is right for your family!

    You and your Rebbetzin have been an amazing source of inspiration for Tzipporah and myself in creating a family where the love for Torah and the Jewish people is the center of our lives.

    Hatzlacha Rabba!
    Tzipporah and Janos-Mordechai