- 51 years old
- Date of birth: Aug 3, 1961
- Date of passing: Aug 1, 2013
דוד אליעזר בן פעשא
The potter does not test cracked vessels because to tap them even once is to break them. But he does test good vessels because no matter how many times he taps them, they do not break. So Hashem tests not the wicked but the righteous. whom He loves. (Bereishis Rabbah, 32:3)
Bad things happen to good people because bad people will be bad no matter what their weapon of choice is (reference to the bombing in the Boston Marathon). They will find a way. Good people need to stick together and protect each other. Especially with prayer and faith in Hashem's ways of the world. (Dovid Carroll - April 17th, 2013)
This memorial website was created in the memory of a righteous vessel, Dovid Carroll, 51, born on August 3, 1961 and passed away on August 1, 2013. Those that wish to help and support the Carroll Family Fund please click here.
We encourage all that visit this page to add to the "Stories" section, their own personal reflection of what they remember of this incredible person so that we may all be inspired from Dovid Carroll. B'eazras HaShem, these stories will eventually be used towards a collection to be printed for the Carroll family.
"Dovid Carroll was a man larger than life, I know him thru my son. He was my sons' teacher, moray, rabbi at Coral Springs High School.. He was an inspiration that led my son Daniel Ari to become a Rocket Scientist. He worked for NASA on their solid rocket fuel boosters during their space shutle era. My son and I looked forward to seeing HIM at the synaguogue during the High Holydays."
"Oy Vey! I remember Reb Dovid fondly, although we haven't been in touch since I was a bochur in Coral Springs!
I remember Dovid & the whole family (which seems to have grown since then) as always being warm, sincere, real chassidim of the Rebbe. I was inspired by his kindness & resolve to keep Dovid alive in my daily learning."
"I worked with David for six years and his humble attitude, gentle spirit, warm smile, and wonderful sense of humor made him an endearing friend. David was a man of his word, full of integrity and honor. He included us in his life, brought us delicious Challah, and made us laugh. He was in this world, but not of this world. I grieve as if I have lost my brother."
""Dear Dovid, I am soooo happy that you married Dina and had such a family! You gave the world so much, not the least, Aaron Carroll....ok your gribnitz were pretty darn up there! A true Chosid, renaissance kinda guy.We are missin you."
"Dovid was a great son, brother, husband, father, uncle and friend. He had the best sense of humor and was always there to help anyone who needed it. He will be remembered for his love of learning Torah and Ahavas Yisroel. The Popper family will always remember his good and kind heart."
"Dear Dovid, your unassuming modest character will be forever ingrained on the memories of all of us, who had the merit to know you."
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