General Information

Full Name: Rabbi Hyman Krantz
Date of Death: Sunday, April 21, 2024

Born October 11th, 1928, in Atlantic City, NJ, Rabbi Hyman Krantz connected to his Jewish faith at a young age. Following this pursuit, he moved to New York City to attend yeshiva. After graduating, he enrolled at Yeshiva
University and completed his Rabbinic studies. Rabbi Hyman’s first congregation was in Boonton, New Jersey. In 1959, he became the first Rabbi in Glen Rock, New Jersey, and a fixture in the community, where he faithfully
served his congregants. During that time, he was also a respected Elementary school teacher in Fair Lawn Public Schools, Fair Lawn, NJ.

After retiring and moving to Boynton Beach, Florida, in 1992, Hyman continued to serve his faith by holding high holiday services for those in his new community and officiating at significant life events, including bar and bat
mitzvahs, the weddings of his children as well as his grandchildren. In addition, he also officiated at the Bris of his first great-grandchild.

Rabbi Hy is survived by his wife of 76 years, Roselyn Krantz; sons Steven (Sharyn), Josh (Heidi), and David (Stacey); grandchildren Bryan, Mathew (Rebecca), Sydney, Jake, Alexis (Brandon), Amanda (Zack), and Carly;
and great-grandchildren Alexander, Hailey, Benjamin, and more to come.

As it is Pesach, there
will not be a Shiva. Instead of any food, the family has asked everyone to donate to Megen David Adom, Israel’s national emergency medical, disaster, ambulance, and blood bank service.

Service Information

Thursday, April 25, 2024
11:00 AM

Service At:
Cedar Park Cemetery
735 Forest Avenue, Parmus NJ 07652

 

 

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1 Comment

  1. Scott Stekler

    I have nothing but fond memories of Rabbi Krantz. His high holiday sermons were
    well attended and popular. He was a great friend of our family.

    Scott Stekler

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