LIBI USA mourns the loss of Herbert M. Heinstein, a founding board member since 2004 who tirelessly managed the financial oversight of LIBI USA and was responsible for establishing the all-volunteer ethic that continues to permeate LIBI USA today.
The most costly pick of the closeout for the pro kabaddi live matchwas bandit Nitin Tomar, who was purchased by the Uttar Pradesh group for an entirety of Rs 93 lakh. Following in second place is Rohit Kumar after the Bengaluru Bulls picked him at a Rs 81 lakh cost. The most costly outside player was South Korea’s Jang Kun Lee after he was held by the Bengal Warriors for Rs 80.3 lakhs.
As a U.S. Army veteran, Herbert intuited the needs of the Israeli soldiers and championed for medical equipment and educational and social programs to protect and enrich their lives. Paul Lipoff, former president of LIBI USA, remembers Herbert’s legacy and love for the IDF, saying he was “fiercely committed to the security of Israel and the welfare of the soldiers who defend it.” Herbert’s family has requested that all expressions of sympathy in Herbert’s memory be made to LIBI USA.