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July 25, 1986 - Image 87

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-07-25

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Joseph Markel Pioneered
Young Judaea Movement

WITH GOOD TASTE

Wayne State University Medical
School staff.
Dr. Markel was a member of
the board of the Interlochen
music camp and arts academy, a
member of Adat Shalom
Synagogue and an associate
member of Friends of Hebrew
University.
A World War II Air Force vete-
ran, Dr. Markel was a member of
the American Red Magen David
for Israel.
He is survived by his wife,
Doris; a sister, Mrs. Rose Barry;
nieces and nephews.

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Dr. Joseph Markel

When the Detroit Jewish histo-
rian compiles the history of youth
movements here, the chapter
dealing with Young Judaea will
have lengthy accounts of the
pioneering role of Joseph Markel.
Dr. Markel, who died July 16
at age 79, was an activist in the
movement and an organizer who
helped in the formation of
numerous chapters here. He par-
ticipated in numerous contests,
helped organize sports field days
for the movement at Belle Isle
and continued his supporting
interest of the cause throughout
his life.
With his wife, Doris, one of the
prominent musicians here, he
encouraged her in her work as
president of Music Study Club
and shared -with her many inter-
ests in the Zionist movement,
primarily the Jewish National
Fund, -Hadassah and the Zionist
Organization of America.
A regular participant in con-
gregational services, he and
Doris were always present at
communal functions and there
was hardly a lecture in any of the
local synagogues that they didn't
attend together.

Three years ago, Dr. Markel
was honored at the annual dinner
of Detroit Friends of Shaare
Zedek Hospital in Israel with
scholarships in recognition of his
services to that institution.
A native of Poland, Dr. Markel
came to the U.S. 70 years ago. He
attended the Wayne State Uni-
versity Medical School and the
University of Chicago Medical
School.
He was a practicing physician
for 53 years. During World War
II, he was a military doctor at the
air force base in Denver, Colo. He
later became chief of physical
medicine at the Veterans Ad-
ministration Hospital in Allen
Park, a post he held for 25 yearS.
Among his professional member-
ships were the Anierican Medical
Association and the Michigan
Medical Society, the Club of
American Medicine and the
American Academy of Physical
Medicine and Rehabilitation. He
was on the medical staff of Provi-
dence Hospital, a member of the
American Association of Retired
Persons and a member of the

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