Rabbi Nathan Segal transitioned out of this earthly adventure surrounded by family, on July 23rd @ 7:11pm.
A Rebbi to his last breath... He passed in the same spot where his grandson was born, and in the days between the yahrzeit of both of his parents. His moment of passage was peaceful, and profound.
He touched many lives as a rabbinical leader, healer, musician, artist, and dear friend.
A true troubadour for G!D.... his life was full of praise for Hashem.
A Rebbi of great depth and insight,
He supported many families in celebration and during life's challenging times...
His skills and talents abound.. A wealth of creativity... his presence is magical...
I can go on and on...
If you met him you remembered him!
He is buried at Fernwood Cemetery in Mill Valley, California
Please join us in Celebrating his Life
Sunday September 22nd
@ Strawberry Recreation Center
We will share stories, there will be music, we will dance, we will nosh on his favorite snacks.....
as my dad would say "put the FUN in Funeral"
Please spread the word, bring stories, memories and songs.
if you have photos to add to a slide show upload them here:
Donations for funeral and memorial expenses can be made here via paypal
or checks made out to:
Rabbi Nathan Segal Memorial
Attn: Zoë Segal
5610 Scotts Valley Dr.
Suite B #335
Scotts Valley. CA 95066
Your generous donations will be used for:
-Burial fees (15,000)
-Grave stone (1,200)
-Memorial costs (2,800)
-A family memorial trip to Israel (8,000)
-Photographing his artwork (2,000)
-Reproduction of his music and children books (1,000)
-Getting his website back online! (1,000)
May his memory be a blessing to us all.
The Segal Family
"From you I receive to you I give together we share and from this we live" -Nathan Segal
- Iris Gold
- Alison Miller
- Tamara Brown
- Elizabeth Miller
- Liat Blum
Scotts Valley, CA