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March 07, 1986 - Image 91

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-03-07

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Sol of
West Bloomfield
SEPH
BEGEL,
90, former and grandchildren and seven great-
oiter of Miami Beach, Fla., grandchildren.
Feb. 11. Survived by two HELEN RUCHOTSKY, 84, of
Oak Park, died March 2. Sur-
n of Madison Heights; five vived by a sister, Minnie; a
ndchildren and seven great-
Mrs. Joel (Felorene)
ndchildren. Interment Miami niece,
Sperka; a nephew, Dr. Alvin
ch.
Robbins of La Jolla, Calif.; and
cousins.
IZABETH
EGELEISEN; 97, died
rch 1. She leaves a son, ESTHER SALZMAN, 81, of
id M.; a daughter, Rachel B.
Bloomfield Hills, died March 2.
es of Leonia, N.J.; and six Survived by a daughter, Mrs.
ndchildren.
William (Irene) Schumer; four
grandchildren and six great-
THUR PAUL CHERNEY, grandchildren. Interment
of Troy, died March 4. Sur- Pinelawn, N.Y.
ed by his wife, Elsie; a son,
• a brother, Fred; and a sis- DORA SCHLUSSEL, 83, of
Mrs. Sheldon (Phyllis) Kap- Randolph, Mass., died Feb. 25.
She leaves a daughter, Mrs.
Pearl Berman; a sister, Mrs.
NNY FERTEL, 80, of De- Rifka Gerson; a brother, Kal-
't, died March 2. Survived by man Zingeser; six grandchildren
sister, Jennie Wohrman; and one great-grandchild.
es and nephews Mrs. Mur- Interment Detroit.
(Stella) Leff of London, Ont.,
s. Maurice (Roberta) David- MORRIS B. SHAPIRO, 80, of
, Dr. Harold Levine and Mrs. Oak Park, died Feb. 28. Sur-
rnard (Adele) Berg; and vived by his brother, Yaakov of
at-nieces and great-nephews.
Tel Aviv, Israel. Interment Is-
rael.
RIS KAPLAN, 58, of Or-
do, Fla., died Feb. 27. Sur- RUTH SILVER of Windsor,
ed by her husband, Stanley; Ont., died Feb 22. Survived .by
o sons, Alan of Farmington two sons, Dr. Harvey of Toronto,
lls and Edward of Gettysburg, Ont., and David of Vancouver,
.; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B.C.; two daughters, Hilda Mar-
rton Harris of Washington, cus of Jerusalem, Israel, and
C.; and three grandchildren. Barbara Birnbaum of Altamonte
erment Baltimore, Md.
Springs, Fla.; a brother Saul of
London, Ont.; 12 grandchildren
ADORE HARRISON, 89, and one great-grandchild.
d March 3.• He leaves a Interment Windsor.
ther, Meyer Ben. Zvie of Is-
el; a sister, Mrs. Marion Keer ALEYDA' G. WEINSTEIN, 54,
Israel; nieces and nephews.
died Feb. 27. She leaves four
children, Howard of Carrollton,
RILYN KLEIN, 60, former Tex., Denise, Lori and Ronald of
California; a sister, Sheila
troiter of Lauderhill, Fla.,
ed Feb. 28. She leaves two Axler; and one granddaughter.
, Neal Herman of Southfield
d Shayle Herman of Fremont, SOPHIE E. WERMUTH, 71,
lif.; a daughter, Mrs. Polly died March 3. She leaves a
vey of Oak Park; a sister, brother, Albert; and a sister,
s. Lois Hoffman of Florida; Sarah.
d two grandchildren. Inter-
ent Detroit.
ARNOLD ZICKERMAN, 61,
died March 1. He leaves a
UL KORMAN, 74, of Bloom- brother, Marvin; three sisters,
eld Hills, died Feb. 26. Sur- Mrs. Archiel (Julia) Harwith,
ved by a brother, David; a sis-
Mrs. Roy (Margaret) Veach of
r, Mrs. Jack (Anna) Chayet of Venice, Fla., and Betty of San
iami Beach,Fla.; nieces and Francisco, Calif.
phews.

EVERLY LOEB, 62, died
arch 3. She leaves a son, Tom;
o sisters, Mrs. Jeanne Kiefer
nd Mrs. Saul (Dorothy) Modell;
nd one granddaughter.

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