|Rabbi Reuven Feinstein|
Rabbi Reuven Feinstein
|Yeshiva||Yeshiva of Staten Island|
|Birth name||Reuven Feinstein|
|Parents||Moshe Feinstein and Shima Kustanovich|
Reuven Feinstein (Hebrew: ראובן פיינשטיין) (born August 1937) is an Orthodox Jewish rabbi and rosh yeshiva of the Yeshiva of Staten Island, New York. He is the son of Rabbi Moshe Feinstein, the leading posek of post-war America.
Rabbi Reuven Feinstein is the youngest of the four children of Rabbi Moshe and Shima (Sima) Feinstein and the only one to be born in America. His older siblings — Faye Gittel (deceased), Shifra (deceased), and Dovid were all born in Lyuban, Russia (now part of Belarus), where Rabbi Moshe was the city's Rav until 1937.
Rabbi Feinstein joined his father in establishing the Yeshiva of Staten Island in 1966. He has served as Rosh Yeshiva of the yeshiva ever since. 
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