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November 21, 1986 - Image 111

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-11-21

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When So Sorry
is not enough .. .
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▪ ALDERMAN, 83, died
4ov. 18. He leaves his wife,
1-)o; two sons, M. Ronald of
ouisville, Ky., and Michael;
Sharon
daughter,
six
and
.irschman;
"andchildren.

\-

"..DELINE BERMAN, 63,
ed Nov. 12. She leaves her
'band, Louis; a son,
Lichael; a daughter, Beth;
)r mother, Mrs. Sylvia
athan; a brother, Bennett
khan; and a sister, Mrs.
rthur (Dolores) Disner.

ILLY BROWN, 63, died
17. Survived by three
iughters, Mrs. Joel (Shirlee
) froudy, and Mrs. Howard
rene) Hersh and Mrs.
zzld (Marilyn) Barringer;
sister, Mrs. Frederick
iitdred) Hess; and three
andchildren.

OSEPH BURSTEIN, 74,
ea Nov. 17. Survived by a
n, Marshall; a daughter,
r bara; a brother in Russia;
d one granddaughter.

,

LLE FREEDLAND, 70,
:d Nov. 15. Survived by a
n. Philip of Charleston,
J.; a daughter, Mrs. Robert
grol) Heller; a brother,
muel Wasserman; and nine

)SEPH IRVING
'.IEDMAN, 38, died Nov.
Survived by his wife,
obie; two sons, Keith and
,a_r; his parents, Mr. and
s. Alvin (Carmen) Fried-
- of North Miami Beach,
1.; a brother, Ronnie of
Lauderdale, Fla.; a sis-
Mrs. Jerome (Gail) Beale;
his grandfather, Jacob
tow of Southfield. Inter-
Detroit.

GAUM, 74, former
(IJIS
troiter of Delray Beach,
.; died Nov. 16. Survived
his wife, Amelia; a son,
of Royal Oak; a daughter,
. Joel (Michelle) Harris of
ngton Hills; a brother,
rris of Nova Scotia,
ada; a sister, Mrs. Eva
w of Delray Beach; and
grandchildren.

AC CALMAN GLIC-
FF, 75, of Dearborn
s, died Nov. 13. Su-
by his wife, Rae; three
hters, Belinda, Mrs.
and (Denise) Goodman
ay; a brother, Jacob; a
r, Eve; and two
children.

LICHTIG, 95, died
17. She leaves a daugh-
arbara Kux; a brother,
ey Neuman of Beverly
Calif.; four
dchildren and two
-grandchildren.

NE MALL, 56, died
14. He leaves two sons,
ord and Joseph; three
ters, Mrs. Charles
ea) Kluepfel of Blooni-
• N.J., Mrs. Joseph (Ar-
Hurd of .Shelby, N.C.,
ren of Secane, Fa.; his

mother, Mrs. Anne Mall; a
brother, Jerry Mall; and four
grandchildren.

LENA F. ROBINS, 71, died
Nov. 15. Survived by two
daughters, Mrs. Norman
(Marcia) Shiffman of High-
land Park, N.J., and Nadine;
two sisters, Mrs. Morris
(Jean) Zeifman and Mrs.
Sheemon (Rachel) Wolfe, both
of Dayton, Ohio; and one
grandson.

MAURICE SCHOENFELD,
91, former Detroiter of Miami
Beach, Fla., died Nov. 13. He
leaves his wife, Anna; two
sons, William of Dayton,
Ohio, and Arnold of Los
Angeles, Calif.; two daugh-
ters, Mrs. Helene Westerman
of Southfield and. Mrs. Arthur
(Rose) Ross of Encino, Calif.;
a sister, Mrs. Irving (Tillie)
Lieberman of Southfield; ten
grandchildren and eight
great-grandchildren. Inter-
ment Detroit.

IRVING SHANBROM, 76,
former Detroiter of Des
Moines, Iowa, died Nov. 17.
Survived by a daughter, Mrs.
Glenn (Florence) Purnell of
Des Moines; a son, Ronald of
Westerville, Ohio; three sis-
ters, Mrs. Kurt (Bette) Traub
of Southfield, Mrs. Harold
(Malvern) Moran of Tamarac,
Fla., and Mrs. Frances Ellis
of Southfield; a brother,
William of Detroit; and six
grandchildren.

IRENE SIEGEL, 81, died
Nov. 16. She leaves two
daughters, Mrs. Neil (Judy)
Benjamin and Mrs. Morris
(Barbara) Huler; two sisters,
Mrs. Edith Browning of
Florida and Mrs. Alice Fine
in Milwaukee, Wis.; and six
grandchildren.

FLORA RUTH SILBERT,
75, former Detroiter of New
York, died Nov. 15. No
known survivors.

EDITH STEIN, former De-
troiter of Lauderhill, Fla.,
died Nov. 16. Survived by her
husband, Philip; a son,
Robert; a sister, Jean Cohen
of Phoenix, Ariz.; and six
grandchildren. Interment
Florida.

LOUIS STURMAN, 84, died
Nov. 14. Survived by a son,
Michael of Grand Blanc; a
daughter, Phyllis; a brother,
Dr. Harry; and a sister, Mrs.
Dora Miller .of. Hollywood,
Fla.

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ROSE S. RABIN, 91, of
West Bloomfield, died Nov.
13. Survived by a son, George
M. of North Miami Beach,
Fla.; a daughter, Mrs. Morris
(Marianne) Goldin; four
grandchildren and seven
great-grandchildren.

JOSEPH RABINOWITZ,
85, died Nov. 18. Survived by
two daughters, Mrs. Aaron
(Eleanor) Geschwind of North
Hollywood, Calif.; and Sharon
Raskin; and five
grandchildren.

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