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July 12, 1985 - Image 87

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-07-12

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Dr. David Feld, a physician spe-
cializing in obstetrics and gyne-
cology, died July 4 at age 70.
Born in Detroit, Dr. Feld was
graduated from Wayne State
University and the University of
Michigan School of Medicine. He
interned at Harper Hospital and
completed his training at the
University of Chicago Hospital
and Cook County Hospital.
He was on the staff of the former
Woman's Hospital (now Hutzel
Hospital), where he began the
practice of obstetrices and gyne-
cology. Dr. Feld was on the origi-
nal medical staff of Sinai Hospital
and its chief of obstetrics and
gynecology and was an adjunct

Dr. Louis Stillman

Dr. Louis J. Stillman, a dentist
with offices in Dearborn, died
July 9 at age 76.
Born in Russia, Dr. Stillman
was a 1931 graduate of the Uni-
versity of Michigan School of De-
ntistry. He was a member of
Alpha Omega Dental Fraternity
and Adat Shalom Synagogue.
He leaves his wife, Dorothy;
three sons, Dr. Donald, Dr. Bur-
ton and Dr. Joel; a daughter, Mrs.
Harvey (Rita) Simon of Boston,
Mass.; two sisters, Mrs. Louis
(Mary) Kaiman and Mrs. Max
(Pauline) Kornwise; and nine
grandchildren.

Centenarian Dies

professor of medicine at WSU's
medical school.
He was a patron of the Detroit
Institute of Arts and a member of
Adat Shalom Synagogue.
He leaves his wife, Barbara;
two sons, Daniel J. of New York
and Jonathan S. of New Jersey; a
daughter, Suzanne L. Feld Kan-
darian; a brother, Dr. Julius; and
a sister, Mrs. Beatrice Howard.

Rabbi Roginsky

Gladys Warren Garvett, a life
member of Temple Beth El, died
July 5 at age 100.
Born in Detroit, Mrs. Garvett
was a member of Women's Ameri-
can ORT, Hadassah, Jewish
Chautauqua Society and Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women.
She established a drama school
in the early 1900s in her name to
assist drama students. She was
graduated from Emerson College.
She leaves a son, Charles M.; a
sister, Mrs. Ruth Gordon; and one
grandson.

New York (JTA) — Rabbi
Moshe Roginsky, executive direc-
tor of the Ezras Torah worldwide
relief organization for some 30
years, died July 7. He was 76.

Grand Rapids
Rabbi Dies At 58

Bronfman Kin

Rabbi Phillip Sigal, spiritual
leader of Ahairas Israel Congrega,
tion in Grand Rapids, died July 5
at age 58.
Born in Toronto, Rabbi Sigal
studied at Yeshiva University,
the University of Toronto and
Columbia University. He was or-
dained at the Jewish Theological
Seminary.
He received a doctorate from
the University of Pittsburgh in
1979.
He held a pulpit in New Jersey
for 17 years and served on various
committees for human services.
He founded the Cumberland
County Guidance Center in 1960.
Rabbi Sigal was involved in
ecumenical activities and founded
the annual scholar-in-residence
program at the synagogue.
He is survived by his wife, Lil-
lian; two daughters, Sharon and
Sabrina Sigal Falls, both of
Philadelphia; and two brothers,
Manuel and Harold, both of To-
ronto. Interment Toronto.

B'nai B'rith Leader

Washington (JTA) — Leonard
Stein of Silver Spring, Md., a
longtime leader of B'nai B'rith In-
ternationhl, died July 1 at age 63.

Montreal (JTA) — Aileen
Minda Bronfman de Gunzberg,
daughter of the founder of Joseph
E. Seagram and Sons, Samuel
Bronfman, died in Paris July 1.
She was 67. .

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Fay Atlas, 81

Fay Atlas, a founding member
and former treasurer of the Sinai
Ho1. spital Guild, died July 7 at age
8
Born in Cleveland, Ohio, Mrs.
Atlas lived many years in Detroit
prior to moving to North Miami
Beach, Fla.
She was a member of Zedakah
Club, a life member of Hadassah
and a member of Temple Israel
and its sisterhood.
She leaves her husband,
Samuel; two daughters, Mrs.
Marcia Roth and Mrs. Lenore
Kahn; two brothers, Clarence
Kanter of Akron, Ohio and Dr.
Edward Kantor of Florida; three
sisters, Mrs. Sadie Guralnik of
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