Elizabeth Limor has honored her husband Itzhak Lipszyc (Irvin Limor), who was born
in Czestochowa, Poland, and was later sent to the Czestochowa ghetto and then to
the Hasag Munitions Factory/Czestochowa Slave Labor Camp during the Holocaust. In
1942, Limor moved to the Czestochowa ghetto with his family. Other family members
were later taken to the Treblinka death camp, but Irvin and his brother Menachem
were small enough to evade capture by hiding in a hole in the attic. Irvin was reunited
with his brother Menachem during the Liberation. He later married Elizabeth Dobrzynski
and moved to Israel with their new baby son. The couple eventually settled in Nashville.