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Gavriella Bader

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  • Wally Levitt

    To the entire Bader family, All of us at Ramah Darom were devastated to hear the news. We are sending you endless love. HaMakom Yenachem Etchem Betoch Sha'ar Aveylei Tziyon v'Yerushalayim


  • Judy Olshalsky

    Dear Scott & Stephanie, My heart is breaking with your loss. If you should need anything please feel free to reach out. Love always, Aunt Judy, Uncle Johnny & Family


  • Jenelle Garner

    I’m so very very sorry. I only knew Gavriella z”l through Shira and the couple of times I interrupted their phone conversations to say hi to Gavriella z”l and through the touching graveside service. Shira told me about what a beautiful person she was and how much they meant to each other. The world lost a very precious young lady. May her memory be a blessing. May you be comforted among the mourners of Zion and Yerushalayim.


  • Tanya and David Fischer

    Dear Stephanie and Scott, Our heart is so saddened, for you and the entire family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all during this terrible time. Call/reach out out whenever you need..... ~Tanya and David


  • Channah Broyde

    Stephanie and Scott, my heart just breaks for you and your entire family. Call me at any time. Channah


  • Shelley GERSON

    I am so saddened by your loss. Prayers are with you. Shelley, Scott, and Jillian


  • Lia Ellis

    Hello Bader/ Cohen Family, I had the privilege to be on Gavriella's Mach Hach bus in the summer of 2021. I wanted to share a memory I had discussing a political question Israel faces with buses on Shabbat. Her argument was cunning, smart, and sharp. She stood firmly with her belief and stuck to what she believed. The group discussion became an argument. We were reacting and not interacting. At one point in the conversation she stoped the group and stated that we are all talking about the same solution and that we were yelling instead of listening. I don't remember what side I was on but she taught me something that day. Political views are something to discuss not to argue. Advocacy should be to solve problems not create them. Talking, listening, and understanding should be everyones main priority instead of indoctrinating our selfish views onto others. Much like in government and politics, people aren't truly heard, or truly understood. Gavriella understood that and exemplified this very simple yet difficult task of understanding others. May her neshama go to HaKadosh Baruchu and her voice, her legacy be heard for years to come!


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