YITSKHOK HELLER (1864-1913)
He was born in Poltava, Ukraine, into a rabbinic family. He was a rabbi in various towns in Volhynia, and from 1907 until the end of his life he lived in Kremenits. He was the author of the religious texts: Vayetar yitsḥak (And Isaac entreated), Minḥat Yaakov (Jacob’s gift), and Lishkat moriya (The chamber of Moriya), among others. He wrote a pamphlet in Yiddish about Jewishness and Jewish education, entitled Hayisreeylis (The Israelite woman) (Kremenits, 1910), 24 pp. He died in Kremenits,
Source: Ahale shem (The Jewish people) (Pinsk, 1912), p. 190.