For over a year and half Rabbi Reich has been going to the flea markets every Sunday to find local Jews who cannot be found anywhere else. In Florida flea markets are very popular due to the warm weather. During this time he has made over 25 Bar mitzvah`s at the local Flea Markets.
After spending 3 years in the 'D.P.' camps, they moved with their 3 sons to New Jersey, however they were too heartbroken to ever get involved in the Jewish community, therefore Morris never had a Bar Mitzvah at all. In their home they only spoke Yiddish, thus Morris is fluent in Yiddish till today. He was drafted to the Vietnam war, and he insisted on going to the Marines. He recounted how he had a whole argument with his parents – all in Yiddish – whether or not he should go to the marines; his parents said no, he said yes.
He was injured in combat, and so he became a disabled vet. Therefore he sells at the local Flea Market to generate some extra cash. His ex-wife wasn’t Jewish, though he called his son David Noson, and his daughter Malka Sheina on the name of his older brother and only sister who were killed in the camps. May they all return with Techiyas Hameisim NOW!" (source)