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July 19, 1985 - Image 79

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-07-19

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, July 19, 1985 79

WE REMEMBER

During the coming

r husband, Charles; three sons,
artin of Rochester, Minn., Alan
d Robert; a sister, Mrs. George
ean) Gross of Monsey, N.Y.; and
o grandsons.

RIANA E. KUFFLER, 9, of
loomfield Hills, died July 12.
he is survived by her parents,
. and Mrs. Victor (Ann) Kuf-
er; three brothers, Marc, Jason
d Brent; a sister, Danielle; and
grandmother, Mrs. Shirley
insberg.

NN KUTZEN, 82, died July 12.
he leaves two sons, Jerome of
urchase, N.Y., and Robert; a
aughter, Arlyne "Sis" Rosen-
erg; a brother, Dr. Charles Sto-
ar; two sisters, Mrs. Charles
ean) Davis of Montrose, Calif.,
nd Mrs. Louis (Selma) Lieber-
an; seven grandchildren; and
o great-grandchildren.

r. Louis Stillman

Dr. Louis J. Stillman, 76, a de-
tist who practiced in Dearborn
nce 1931, died July 9.
Dr. Stillman was born in Rus-
a, and graduated from the Uni-
ersity of Michigan dental school.
e was a member of the Alpha
mega Dental Fraternity and
dat Shalom Synagogue.
He leaves his wife, Dorothy;
hree sons, Drs. Donald, Burton
nd Joel; a daughter, Mrs. Harvey
Rita) Simon of Newton, Mass.;
wo sisters, Mrs. Louis (Mary)
aiman of Glenwood, Iowa, and
rs. Max (Pauline) Kornwise;
nd nine grandchildren.

DAVID PAUL LETOW, 75, of
Oak Park, died July 15. He leaves
his wife, Betty; a daughter, Mrs.
Jerome (Judith) Beitner; a sister,
Ms. Goldie Weinstein; and three
grandsons.

IRVING LEVINE, 86, of South-
fibld, died July 14. Survived by his
ife, Rose; a daughter, Judy
Anne; a brother, Sidney; one
grandchild; and one great-grand-

child.

D i VID MEKLIR, 30, of Far-
mi gton Hills, died July 10. Sur-
vived by his parents, Irving and
Rose Meklir; three brothers,
Samuel, Gary and Jules; and two
sisters, Mrs. Wells (Barbara)
Snover and Mrs. Samuel (Gail)
Young.

ROSLYN JANET SAMET, 49,
of Southfield, died July 11. Sur-
vived by her husband, Edward; a
son, Matthew; a daughter, Julie
Beth; her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Isadore (Anna) Lichtenstein; and
a sister, Mrs. Sanford (Shirley)
Perlmutter of Sylvania, Ohio.

LAWRENCE SCHEIN, 39, died
July 9. No known survivors.

MARIA STEINBERGER, 91,
died July 10. She leaves a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Oliver (Marie) Lustig;
four grandchildren and four
great-grandchildren.

MONUMENTS BY

BERG AND
URBACH

RONALD A. MOORE, 40, of
Pontiac, died July 10. Survived by
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George
(Mollie) Moore.

FAY ROBINSON, 94, died July
14. She leaves her daughter, Mrs.
Harold (Helen) Levine; a brother,
Anthony Alving of Las Vegas,
Nev.; six grandchildren and two
great-grandchildren.

FINE MONUMENTS
SINCE 1910

arry Mandell, 81

phis Seligson,

Sophie Seligson, 70, died July
7. She was active in Jewish
omen's organizations.
She was a graduate of Sorbonne
ool of Dentistry in Paris in
946, but she did not practice in
e U.S. Born in Luxembourg, she
ved 36 years in Detroit.
She was a member of Hadassah,
inai Hospital Guild and Cong.
eth Achim, and was a Jewish
amily Service volunteer.
She leaves her husband, Wal-
r; two daughters, Mrs. Doris
ut and Carolyn; a sister, Mrs.
tinny, Kann; and three grand-
'ldren.

BESSIE WENNER, 92, died
July 11. She leaves a sister, Mrs.
Dora Goldberg.

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HARRY ROSENGARD, 82,
died July 13. He leaves three
daughters, Mrs. Herbert S.
(Susanne) Feldstein, Mrs. Dave
(Joan) Mitz, and Mrs. Gary (Il-
lene) Rochlen; three sister's, Mrs.
A.C. (Anne) Perlman, Mrs. Robert
(Isabel) Lieberman and Mrs.
Daniel (Louise) Avrunin; ten
grandchildren; and one great-
grandchild.

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WORKS

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Harry M. Mandell, former De-
oiter and former owner of the
arry M. Mandell Insurance
gency, died July 5 in Encino,
alif. He was 81.
While in Detroit, Mr. Mandell
as a member of Young Israel of
ak-Woods, B'nai B'rith, Turover
'd Society and Perfection Lodge.
He is survived by his wife, Faye;
hree sons, Dr. Gerald and
eymour, both of Southfield, and
. William of Simi Valley, Calif.;
daughter, Mrs. Martin (Rosalee)
aeger of Northridge, Calif.; a
rother, Harold Giblon of To-
onto; 17 grandchildren, and five
eat-grandchildren.
Interment Encino.

JULIA SUMMERS, 84, died
July 10. She leaves a son, Harold;
two daughters, Mrs. Lawrence
(Audrie) Sturman of Albany, N.Y.
and Mrs. Bernard (Evelyn) Syl-
van of Israel; nine grandchildren
and one great-grandson.

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observe the
Yahrzeits of the fol-
lowing departed
friends, with the
traditional Memo-
rial Prayers, recita-
tion of Kaddish and
Studying of Ms-
hnavos.

IDA BERMAN
HARRY R. BOCKOFF
YECHIEL E. ERSTER
HERBERT GLOGOWER
PAUUNE GUTFREUND
PHILIP HOFFMAN
BENJAMIN SHEPARD
LOUIS SUGAR
ZISE BIGMAN
FRANCES D. CRANE
HANNAH DIEM
CHAYA ITTA
GORENSTEIN
FANNY GOULD
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DAVID LEVITZ
SONIA MENENBERG
ESTHER SH. MOSHEL
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EVA WASSERMAN
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