May 10, 2018
Update On Boy Injured by Arrow

After an optimistic diagnosis in Philadelphia, Shmuly Oirechman is now in Los Angeles, CA, to seek the opinion and possible treatment at UCLA Stein Eye Institute.

Rabbi Oirechman and his son Shmuly are now in Los Angeles, CA. During their consultation in Philadelphia on Wednesday at the Wills Eye Institute, they were advised to seek the opinion and possible treatment at UCLA Stein Eye Institute with Dr. Steven Schwartz.

Thank G-d, he gave an optimistic diagnosis and recommended a vital surgery for next Tuesday. Pending the outcome IY”H of that surgery, the doctor is cautiously optimistic that possible levels of vision can be restored to the injured eye, with follow up procedures and treatment etc.

Rabbi Schneur, Chanie and the Oirechman family’s hearts are open, full of gratitude and thanks to each and every person that have recited Tehillim, sent love and good wishes and assisted and are helping during this challenging time for Shmuly and the family. They know the Tefilos are working and with the Rebbe’s Brochos there will be continued progress and good news.

They ask if everyone could please continue to Daven, say Tehiilim and specifically take an increase in the Mitzvos of Ahavas Yisroel and Tzedaka in the merit of Boruch Shmuel ben Chana for a complete and speedy Refuah Shelaima.

They extend tremendous Hakoros Hatov and thank all of the Shluchim, Shluchos, Anash and Baalei Batim for their overwhelming love, care, financial and logistical support during this time. And so many of you continue to help and assist in so many ways each day!

If you can, please help the Oirechman family with a generous donation and ask friends, family and balei batim to help as well at

For the next few months, they will need immediate out of pocket major funds, coupled with their ongoing daily responsibilities for their family and Mosod. They really need and appreciate all the support.

Thank you,
Berl Goldman

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Thank you for the update
Besuros tovos and refua shleima!
(5/10/2018 9:47:55 PM)
As a Retired RN, my gut feeling from reading this article, as well as the Brochas from HaKodesh Boruch Hu; (& those of The Rebbe & the communities at large)....that this little Neshama is destined for a Full Recovery, especially that of "eyesight".
(5/10/2018 10:15:37 PM)
BS"D,complete and swift recovery little fellow
(5/10/2018 10:16:59 PM)
BH wonderful news
From strength to strength !!
(5/10/2018 11:08:17 PM)
Refuah Shelaima Karov Mamash, Shmuly
(5/10/2018 11:21:00 PM)
didan natzach
the rebbes shluchim didan natzach ,hi bachayim kipshutoi
(5/11/2018 3:53:11 AM)
Refuah shleima!
Besuros tovos
(5/11/2018 5:21:27 AM)
Ma Rabbi
What a beautiful child.
I have already given my donation and urge everyone else to contribute as well.
(5/11/2018 11:01:15 AM)
Refuah shleima
While I am happy there is hope
It's very hard and painful to think of how much this young boy will need to go through .
It's no party yet...
(5/12/2018 8:09:50 PM)
Refuah shelaima
Thank you for update. What a beautiful looking child!! May the recovery be fast and easy!
(5/12/2018 9:20:41 PM)
Refua Shleima - easy and complete recovery for little Tzadik
May HaShem will give you all the brohos and strength, Refua Shleima . Lots of koah to parents too
(5/13/2018 1:17:56 AM)
sending our love
refuah shlaima
(5/13/2018 1:43:15 PM)
Shmuly Oirechman
Thanks for the update and refua shlaima bikarov! Will continue saying tehillim and doing mitzvos for him.
(5/14/2018 1:33:55 AM)
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