Shiva began Tuesday morning for Asher Strobel of Englewood, who was found dead in his room during a ski trip last week in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.
Asher Strobel (inset), Bet Shemesh Eretz Hachayim Cemetery
Strobel, 21, a Frisch High School graduate who was attending the Binghamton University School of Management, apparently died after telling friends he wasn’t feeling well.
“He never had a chance to even put on a pair of skis,” a close friend told CLIFFVIEW PILOT . “He wasn’t feeling well. He lied down. His friends went grocery shopping…”
When they returned, “he was unfortunately dead,” the friend said. “The definitive cause of death is unknown. There was no accident or foul play.”
Asher Strobel was buried Sunday in Bet Shemesh Eretz Hachayim Cemetery in Israel, nestled in a tranquil forest just off the main Jerusalem-Tel-Aviv highway.
Dr. Ronald Strobel, a cardiologist, and his wife, Diane, ask that visitors refrain between 12:30-1:30 and 6-7 p.m. Shiva concludes Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at 10 p.m.
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