Leo Dortort Obituary, Death – Our hearts broke when we discovered that Holocaust survivor and beloved museum worker Leo Dortort z had gone away. He had worked at the museum for many years. He has been employed there for a significant amount of time. “Nothing that we could have dreamed up could have come close to matching the anguish that we experienced in our hearts. Because of his exceptional experience of betrayal and survival, he decided to donate his time as a volunteer at the Montreal Holocaust Museum for a number of years. The museum’s mission is to provide visitors with information on the Holocaust that occurred in Canada. The museum’s mission is to educate guests about the events that transpired during the Holocaust.

The gruesome manner in which Leo Dortort z was put to death “On his birthday, November 27, 2022, the day he was 95 years old, he passed away gently. His birthday was also the day he turned 95. It also happened to be his birthday on this day. Both Eytan and Ariel view their relationship with their father as one of the most important aspects of their lives and place a high value on the time they spend with him. The family that Deborah’s hubby hails from is widely revered in the community. Ilan, Aviva, and Nathaniel feel more love and responsibility for their Papy Leo pet than they do for any other animal that they have ever owned.

Even before he passed away, his sister Blanka had already ceased to exist in this realm. His nieces and nephews, along with the rest of his extended family, will miss him terribly, just as much as the rest of his immediate family and friends. Immediately following the burial service on Monday, November 28, 2022, at 2:30 p.m., there will be a Shiva performed at 5721 Kincourt, which is located in the Côte Saint-Luc neighborhood. The memorial event will be hosted by the B.D.H. Community Foundation Section, which has its main office located in Baron de Hirsch, de la Savane. Donations in memory of Leo may be made in any amount to the Montreal Holocaust Museum using his name. Donations can be given in Leo’s name by calling the museum at (514) 345-2605, which is the museum’s phone number.