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December 27, 1985 - Image 79

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-12-27

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Friday, December 27, 1985 79

SHELDON
MONUMENT
COMPANY

ANNA FEINBERG, 80, former
Detroit of Hallandale, Fla., died
Dec. 18. She leaves four sisters,
Mrs. Arthur (Betty) Benson, Mrs.
Martin (Rosaline) Moss, Mrs. Nel-
lie Wykoff and Mrs. Sidney
(Esther) Finkelstein of Hol-
lywood, Fla.

SOPHIA HILLMAN POLAN,
83, died Dec. 20. She leaves a son,
John Polan; a daughter, Mrs.
Phyllis Warren; four grand-
children and three great-grand-
children.

ESTHER FELDMAN, 97, died
Dec. 19. She leaves two
daughters, Mrs. Harry (Pearl)
Davis and Mrs. Harold (Lillian)
Finney; 14 grandchildren, 17
great-grandchildren and two
great-great-grandchildren.

SONIA FERBER, 67, died Dec.
22. She leaves her husband, Her-
man; a daughter, Sherry; and a
sister, Mrs. Murray (Fay) Re-
snick.

SAUL SOLOWAY, 69, former
Detroiter of Lauderdale Lakes,
Fla., died Dec. 8. Survived by his
wife, Bela; two daughters, Mrs.
Milton (Renee) Wohl of Detroit
and Mrs. Lewis (Sandra) Craine of
Atlanta, Ga.; and four grand-
children. Interment Lauderdale
Lakes.

SYLVIA STIRN, 78, died Dec.
21. She leaves a brother, Ben
Shapero; two sisters, Mrs. Fred
(Jean) Braun and Mrs. Oscar
(Gertrude) Tolchin of . Phoenix,
Ariz.

SIDNEY WALLACE, 86, died

Dec. 18. He leaves his wife, Eve;

two daughters, Mrs. Stanley
(Peggy) Winkelman and Mrs.

DONALD GARFINKLE, 49,

former Detroiter of Tucson, Ariz.,
died Dec. 18. He leaves his wife,
Joan; two daughters, Mrs. Gerald
(Jeanne) Becignuel of Texas and
Margie of Tucson; a brother, Mar-
tin of West Bloomfield; and one
grandson. Interment Tucson.

RUTH RAE GOSS, 74, died Dec.
21. She leaves her husband, Dr.
Samuel; a daughter, Mrs. Jack
(Rosalind) Silverman; and two
grandchildren.

ANNE FLORENCE KAUF-
MAN, 93, died Dec. 19. She leaves
nieces and nephews.

NORINE KIELSON, 83, of
Rochester, N.Y., died Dec. 21. She
leaves a daughter, Mrs. William
(June) Poplack of Birmingham;
and two grandchildren. Inter-
ment Rochester, N.Y.

LUCILLE KIRSCHBAUM, 83,
of Southfield, died Dec. 23. Sur-
vived by a daughter, Lois; nieces
and nephews.

MARCELLE LEVENBERG,
88, died Dec. 19. She leaves a son,
Edwin.

DOROTHY T. LEVY, 90, died
Dec. 20. She leaves a daughter,
Mrs. Harold (Lois) Levy; four sis-
ters, Mrs. Eugene (Elsie) Epstein,
Sally Taylor, Betty Taylor,
Martha Taylor; and two brothers,
Mack Taylor and Sam Taylor,
both of Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.

KALMAN LUSTIG, 81, of Oak
Park, died Dec. 19. Survived by
his wife, Mollie; a daughter, Mrs.
Eugene (Vivian) Friedman; two
brothers, Josef and Max of Haifa,
Israel; three sisters, Mrs. Toby
Moskovitz, Mrs. Esther Arber-
man of Beechwood, Ohio, and
Yafa Amit of Haifa; and three
grandchildren.

AUGUSTA MINIKES, 78, died
Dec. 20. She leaves two
daughters, Mrs. Barry (Susan)

Barbara Leeds; four grand-
children and five great-grand-

children.

SIMON WOLFE, 89, former De-
troiter of Indianapolis, Ind., died
Dec. 21. He leaves a son, David K.
of Tucson, Ariz.; a daughter, Mrs.
Robert (Velma) Tam of Elwood,
Ind.; six grandchildren and eight
great-grandchildren.

Robert Trepeck

Robert S. Trepeck, a wholesale
distributor of petroleum products,
died Dec. 22 at age 73.
Born in Chicago, Ill., Mr. Tre-
peck was a founder of Auto City
Oil Co., which became Economy
Oil Co. He retired in 1970.
Mr. Trepeck was the past presi-
dent of the Detroit Oilmen's Club,
past president of the Michigan
Petroleum Association, chairman
of the Mechanical Trades Division
of the Allied Jewish Campaign,
was a former board member of
Temple Israel and chairman of
the Temple Israel fund-raising
campaign for its school building
at its former location on Mander-
son in Detroit.
He leaves his wife, Conalee;
four sons, Peter, Lawrence, Ste-
ven of Boca Raton, Fla., and Nor-
man; a sister, Mrs. Ervin (Shirley)
Manson; and eight grandchildren.

Jerome Frank

Jerome J. Frank, chairman of
the board of DAB Industries, died
Dec. 21 at age 73.
Born in Detroit, Mr. Frank was
graduated from the University of
Michigan in 1934. Sinai Hospital
gave him an award for 25 years of
service on the hospital board. He
was a member of the Society of
Automotive Engineers, Franklin
Hills Country Club and Temple
Beth El.
Mr. Frank leaves his wife,
Dorothy; a daughter, Susan
Frank Schwartz of Houston, Tex.;
a brother, Harold; a sister, Rosalie
Kobert; and three grandchildren.

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BETTY V. I3ENENSON
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ZJVYA ALTE BOYARSKY
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JOSEPH MARTIN FURMAN
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EVELYN WOOLMAN
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HARRY WOUN
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IDA GUTTERMAN
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Survived by a son, Morris Davis;
two daughters. Mrs. Isadore (Syl-
via) Schon and Mrs. Edwin (Ma-
ryon) Schneider; 14 grand-
children, 28 great-grandchildren
and three great-great-grand-
children.

Sidney A. Deitch

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