The Family of Dr. Aaron Weissberg
Jul 17, 2019 5:26 AM
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May 13, 2019 04:10 AM
Dr Weissberg was a kind, gentle, compassionate man. He loved hearing from his children and grand children and would share about them with us in the office at Community Animal Hospital. He proudly introduced his daughter Sarah to us when she came to visit and also had us all say hello to Tamir and his family when they video chatted. These last few months working with Dr Weissberg was a dream job come true for me. His compassion for the animals and the people that came thru was an inspiration. Ha’makom yenahem etkhem betokh she’ar avelei Tziyonvi’Yerushalayim
Yohanan and Tamar Schulman
May 13, 2019 11:23 AM
Although we only had the pleasure of meeting Dr. Weissberg twice, both very recently, we were immediately made to feel a part of his practice's family. He gave us the time of the day we needed, answered questions and tried to help us off hours, and was a very warm and sensitive man. We are so sorry for the community's loss, we lost a really special man.
May 13, 2019 01:27 PM
I worke for Dr. Weissberg from 1988 to 1996. I have 24 years of sobriety as of yesterday. Aaron was there at the beginning of my journey. When Dr.and Rabbi Abraham Twerski came to Baltimore, he paid for my ticket so I could meet him. I will never forget this Mitzvah. I hadn't seen him since 1996. A few years ago I went to visit him at where his practice is located. We had a very pleasant conversation. I'm so glad I did that. He will be missed. My hear, thoughts and prayers go out to Aaron's family.
May 13, 2019 01:49 PM
Dear Weissberg Family,
I am in total shock and disbelief in seeing this notice. My most sincere sympathy to his entire family. Dr. Weissberg became my Vet when he drove around in that black car "Dial A Vet For Your Pet". He came to my apt. once a month to aspirate a tumor on my cat, and when he opened his clinic, my little Jackie was his first surgery. I got to know Tamir when he was working with his Dad and came to realize what a beautiful loving family the Weissbergs were. I last saw Dr. Weissberg several months ago when he gave me meds for the cat I now have, even though I've been using another Vet who's closer to where I live. Doc greeted me with a big bear-hug. He was a kind, compassionate, caring man.....he was as gentle with the animals as he was with those of us who brought them. He was a super-proud Dad, showing pics. of his children & grandchildren. I am so sorry for the loss of this very special man. He will be missed by all who knew/loved/respected him. May his memory be for a Blessing and may he forever Rest In Peace.
May 13, 2019 02:42 PM
To the family of Aaron Weissberg,
I came to know your father well over the past two years. Very kind, warm and generous man. He was dedicated to his learning and he will be greatly missed in the Baltimore community.
May the Almighty comfort you among the mourners of Zion and Jerusalem.
May 13, 2019 03:05 PM
For more than the 30 years I have known Dr. Aaron Weissberg, he was a continual source of support for all he knew. He always found time for everyone. He had an uncommon compassion for everyone, animals and for every form of life. He was loved by all and will be missed so much.
May 13, 2019 03:11 PM
Dr. Aaron Weissberg was a good friend. He inspired everyone around him to live a good life and continually strive to become a better person. He helped with our rescued dogs, cats and horses. There is an empty space without his presence.
May 13, 2019 03:18 PM
Dr. Weissberg was a good man. He listened to me and helped me and our animals. He created a job for me when I needed one and was always happy to help anyone in any way he could.
May 13, 2019 03:51 PM
The Weissberg house was our home away from home when we moved from Israel to Baltimore for three years. Aharon z"l was a friend, brother, and teacher for my husband, and we were looking forward to visiting him this summer after not seeing him for many years. Yihi zichro baruch.
Karen and Mark Schwartzman
May 13, 2019 04:20 PM
Dear Weissberg Family.
Karen and I are both so sorry for the sudden loss of your beloved Father, Brother, and Grandfather. He was our Vet for 14 years. He knew all our dogs and cat very well. He always made himself available if we had an emergency. He was a mensch, and always took the time to explain any treatment plan. It was also a joy that he had Sunday hours. We will miss him immensely. If Hashem has a special place for kind Veterinarians, Dr. Weissberg will certainly be there. May his memory always be a blessing to his Family.
John and Peggy Land
May 13, 2019 06:30 PM
My husband and I took all our four legged friends to Dr Weissberg from 1996-last visit 03/2019. He was such a kind loving animal lover and friendly toward the owners. we are very sad to learn of his death. He truly will be missed by all who knew and loved him. Especially his family.
May 13, 2019 10:24 PM
I have known Aharon for over 25 years. He invited me to his home for Shabbat to learn and discuss various commentaries on weekly the Parsha. There were also discussions of Torah as related to science. He introduced me to Aryeh Kaplan’s book, The Age of the Universe, and Dr. Schroeder’s book, The Science of G-d. These helped me understand that there is no incompatibility between Torah and science. I will miss his friendship and gentle demenour. Hamakom Yerachem Etchem B’Toch Availay Zion V’Yerushalayim.
May 13, 2019 10:42 PM
Dr. Weissberg was a very special man. I knew him for many years. He was always kind to me. We often davened together. If he didn't know an answer, he would always ask his Rov. He helped many people in the community. He always accepted any situation from GD. He was a True Believer.
May 13, 2019 11:47 PM
Dr. Weissberg just treated my dog, Darla last week. Needless to say I am in shock and disbelief to hear of his sudden passing. He was such a kind, gentle and compassionate person who dearly loved the animals and his family.
I don't know how my dog and I will find anyone as wonderful as he was. We often had talks about his family whom he loved dearly. His spirit will be missed. Condolences to your family as you go through this very difficult time.
The Sherman Family
May 14, 2019 12:26 AM
Dr. Weissberg was amazing to our family. He helped us keep out animals healthy and took care of everything in their final moments. We were always happy to come into the office and see Tamir and Nick. We greatly appreciated the follow up calls after a visit. Randallstown and the community have lost a dear caregiver.
The Sherman Family
Yosef Chaim Aryeh
May 14, 2019 08:28 AM
I am shocked and saddened by the loss of a very special and honorable man.As a family friend from thirty years ago and more we mourn the untimely passing of a unique and sincere jew.he was gentle with all of gds creations and personofied the prayer of ADAM UBHEMA TOSHIA HASHEM
as a young child i remember him well as he stood in his prayers at the 1030 maariv in the aguda standing before the almighty like a soldier
your loss is our loss
the community wont be the same without him
may gd comfort you !
May 14, 2019 06:58 PM
I am in shock and in tears. Although I only really knew him as my vet, I always knew I was dealing with a true mentsch. His compassion helped ease the pain of losing a beloved pet. And I could always be confident that my pet's well-being and my own were his foremost considerations. I will miss him terribly. My deepest condolences to his children, grandchildren, and entire family, as well as his many friends and admirers.
May 28, 2019 11:07 AM
Dear Weissberg Family,
You have my sincerest condolences!
Dr. Weissberg became my vet in 2012 after I left another practice. On my first visit, he made me feel as though I had always been with his practice and I felt an immediate bond with him. He was such a patient, compassionate person and a wonderful and informative veterinarian!
I last saw Dr. Weissberg on April 17 and as always he was very concerned about my dog’s health and skin condition! My ninety pound dog absolutely loved him and would do whatever Dr Weissberg asked him because he was always happy to visit his ‘friend’.
Wishing you peace to bring you comfort, courage to face the days ahead and loving memories to forever hold in your heart. Dr. Weissberg will remain in our hearts forever. He will truly be missed!