Rabbi Micah Caplan Death – Dead : Rabbi Micah Caplan Obituary : Spiritual leader of Or Tzion for the last 10 years, died Sunday, June 14
Rabbi Micah Caplan has died, according to a statement posted online on June. 15, 2020.
Rabbi Micah Caplan, spiritual leader at Congregation Or Tzion for the last 10 years, died Sunday, June 14, in Scottsdale.
“It is with the utmost sadness that I must share with you that our beloved Rabbi Micah Caplan passed away this evening. Our hearts and prayers are with his entire family,” read an email statement sent by Congregation Or Tzion to its members. According to a report by Jewish Haz Read Full Story here
Cause of Death.
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The following are some tributes posted on social media to honor the life and the legacy of the deceased.
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All of us here at Event Smart are completely heartbroken and saddened by the passing of Rabbi Micah Caplan. We, as we are sure all of you, have so many amazing and fond memories of Micah the Rabbi. He was always there to listen and loved this Jewish community with all of his being. He was more than a Rabbi for us here at Event Smart, Micah was also a dear friend of ours. He helped us launch what we do, celebrate the good times, and was there for us in our most dark hours. We knew we could always count on Micah for Love, Support, and Counsel. His spirit and energy were a force for good, righteousness, and truth. and in his memory we must carry that legacy on. We want to extend our deepest condolences to his family and children as they grieve in their time of loss. To his beloved Or Tzion Congregation, know that we mourn this loss with all of you. May God bless you and keep you, and may your memory ALWAYS be a blessing. Sean, Adam and the Event Smart Team
A beautiful statement remembering a beautiful person who was kind & sincere. Rabbi Micah Caplan was a mensch. Thank you @JCRC_Phoenix for bringing local Jewish community together to honor his memory. @A_Dam_Good_Man @phxjnews #Mensch https://t.co/c5cgDX6XVt
— Carlos GE (@arizonascge) June 15, 2020
RIP Rabbi Micah Caplan – you were there for the most joyous moments in life as well as a comforting voice and presence while mourning. You brought the joy of music to summer camp when I was a kid. Sending love to your family. #campRamah pic.twitter.com/smveMdlyBE
— Adrienne (@MoonshineDesign) June 15, 2020