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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-01-09

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Sidney A. Deitch

DETROIT
MONUMENT
WORKS

OBITUARIES

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Coolidge & Greenfield

399-2711 Eve. 626-0330

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18877 W. Ten Mile Road
Suite 104
Southfield, Michigan 48075
Phone (313) 557-6644
Monday thru Thursday
9 A.M. to 5 PM
Friday 9 A.M. to
2 hrs. before Sabbath

In loving memory of

ROSE
FEINBERG

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Jan. 6, 1982

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Beloved wife, mother
and grandmother. Forever
in our hearts.
The Blau Family

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SARAH ADLER, 79, died
Jan. 2. Survived by a daughter,
Barbara; two brothers, Harry
Magid of Pembroke Pines, Fla.,
and Leo Magid; two sisters,
Mrs. Dorothy Potiker and Mrs.
Ida Weiner of Brooklyn, N.Y.

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MAUREEN CYRIL
ELLMAN

Jan. 9, 1978

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a legend in our own time."

Remembered and sadly missed by her mother,
Sylvia Stone Ellman and family.

In loving memory of

SAMUEL
KATZ

Who died Jan. 4, 1985, the 11 of Tevet. Sadly mis-
sed by wife, Betty; son, Ronald; daughters, Loretta
and Barbara; grandchildren and great-grandchild.
Your examples of love, warmth and devotion will live
in our hearts forever.

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Friday, January 9, 1987

Alan H. Dorfman
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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

FANNIE SHERMAN, 77,

SYLVIA HOROWITZ, 72, of

48, died Dec. 31. Survived by
her husband, Myron; his pa-
rents, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard
(Sally) Karpelas; and a sister,
Mrs. Kevin (Kathlyn) Price.

died Jan. 2. Survived by two
sons, Kenneth of California
and Sanford; two daughters,
Mrs. Louis (Micki) Grossman
and Mrs. Elliott (Joyce) Nel-
son; two brothers, Hyman Jack
of London, Ont., and Sam Jack
of Woodstock, Ont.; two sisters,
Mrs. Casey (Bess) Swedlove of
Ottawa, Ont., and Mrs. Ida
Kirk of Toronto, Ont.; 12
grandchildren and two great-
grandchildren.

Oak Park, died Jan. 5 in North
Miami Beach, Fla. She leaves
her husband, Samuel; a son,
Franklin of New York; two
daughters, Mrs. Brenda
Strausz of Southfield and Mrs.
Cheryl Rudin of New York; a
brother, Charles Frankelson of
Winnipeg, Canada; two sisters,
Mrs. Beatrice Goldberg and
Mrs. Ida Kay, both of Win-
nipeg; and four grandchildren.

DOROTHY V. EPSTEIN

ROSE E. SHERMAN, 84, of

died Dec. 31. She leaves two
sisters, Nell Schaflander of
Santa Monica, Calif., and Sara
of Southfield; nieces, nephews,
great-nieces and great-
nephews.

Atlanta, Ga., died‘Dec. 31. She
leaves a daughter, Betty Jo
Dann of New Castle, Ind.; two
sons, Robert E. Lee of Atlanta
and William Dean of Palm
Springs, Calif.; two sisters,
Betty Block of Southfield and
Florence Sherman of Ft.
Worth, Tex.; seven grandchil-
dren and five great-
grandchildren. Interment An-
derson, Ind.

Dec. 30. Survived by a son,
Edward; a daughter, Mrs. Mel-
vin (Louise) Marsch; three
grandchildren and one great-
grandchild.

MERYL ROSE BIGELMAN,

SIDNEY FOGEL, 69, died
Jan. 2. Survived by his wife,
Anne; three sons, Dennis,
Mark and Dr. Bruce; a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Dan (Ronna) Leonard
of Santa Monica, Calif.; step-
children, Mrs. Harry (Eileen)
Greener, Mrs. Mike (Judy) Re-
znik and Brenda Gabel; a sis-
ter, Mrs. Herman (Belle)
Rockman; and 15 grandchil-
dren.

BENJAMIN FOON, 85, died

Dec. 31. Survived by his wife,
Clara; two sons, Dr. Herman
and Dr. Irving; a daughter,
Mrs. Bernard (Esther) Ham-
mer; six grandchildren and one
great-grandchild.

HYMAN IRVING GREEN,

73, of Oak Park, died Jan. 6.
Survived by his wife, Frieda; a
son, Dr. Dennis S.; a daughter,
Mrs. Alan (Glora) Shapiro; a
sister, Mrs. Mary Freedman;
nieces and nephews. Services
1:30 p.m. today at Hebrew
Memorial Chapel.

MAX HOFFMAN, 84, former

Detroiter of Tel Aviv, Israel,
died Jan. 3. Survived by a
brother, Milton E. of Oak Park;
a step-daughter, Katherine
Kershenbaum of Southfield;
nieces and nephews. Interment
Israel.

DNA ROGERS, 73, of Santa
Monica, Calif., died Dec. 25.
Survived by a sister, Mrs.
Howard (Goldie) Stahl of
North Miami Beach, Fla.;
nieces, nephews, grand-nieces
and grand-nephews. Inter-
ment Detroit.

ISAAC SAMSKY, 71, died
Jan. 3. He leaves his wife, Ber-
nice; a son, Morris; three
brothers, Abraham and Ben-
jamin, both of El Paso, Tex.,
and Morris.

IRVING SARNOFF, 75,
former Detroiter of Arad, Is-
rael, died Jan. 4. Survived by
his wife, Raisa; two daughters,
Mrs. Sander (Harriet) Shiff
and Mrs. Barry (Rosalyn)
Rope; two sisters, Mrs. Edith
Lempert and Mrs. Gussie
Goldstein of Brooklyn, N.Y.;
four grandchildren and one
great-granddaughter.

ELSIE KALLUS; 89, died

JUNE M. (SOLOMON)
LEVEY, 56, former Detroiter

DAVID L. SKY, 86, died Jan.

of Beechwood, Ohio, died Dec.
27. Survived by her husband,
Donald H.; a daughter, Susan
Graines of Pepper Pike, Ohio; a
son, Scott of Beechwood; and
five grandchildren. Interment
Beechwood.

3. He leaves his wife, Mollie; a
son, Arnold; a daughter, Mrs.
Judith Friedman of Toledo,
Ohio; a brother, Jack of To-
ronto, Ont.; two sisters, Mrs.
Bertha Kerbel and Mrs. Fr-
ances Goodman, both of To-
ronto; and five grandchildren.

EDWARD NELSON, 78, died
Jan. 3. He leaves his wife,
Mary; two sons, Jack and Gre-
gory; two sisters, Mrs. Carmyle
Farber. of Longboat Key, Fla.,
and Mildred; and five grand-
children.

GERTRUDE WISOTZKY,

MEYER PUSHKIN, 95, died

84, died Dec. 30. Survived by a
daughter, Mrs. Sylvia Krause;
four grandchildren and four
great-grandchildren.

ROSE ZAK, 66, of Wixom,

died Dec. 29. Survived by two
daughters, Mrs. Robert (Linda)
Houston and Jacqueline of
New York; two brothers, Larry
Levin of Phoenix, Ariz., and
William of Sherman Oaks,
Calif.; three sisters, Mrs. Terry
Berkowitz of California, Mrs.
Albert (Dorothy) Finegold of
La Mesa, Calif., and Mrs. Mic-
key Viner of California; three
grandchildren.

Dec. 30. He leaves a son, Morey
Palmer of Los Angeles, Calif.;
three sisters, Mrs. Lilly
Milstone, Mrs. Esther Green-
berg and Mrs. Sarah Solomon;
seven grandchildren and two
great-grandchildren.

BELLE RIBIAT, 72, died
Jan. 4. Survived by her hus-
band, Harry; a son, Laurence; a
daughter, Mrs. Joseph
(Rochelle) Gruca; four sisters,
Mrs. Ann Levin, Mrs. Sidney
(Nettie) Ring, Mrs. Julius
(Pearl) Bello and Mrs. Sam
(Sylvia) Herkowitz; and six
grandchildren.

Chemist Henry Desmon,
Teacher Scout Leader

Henry Mark Desmon,
former pharmaceutical
chemist, died Dec. 27 in West
Palm Beach, Fla.
At the University of Buffalo,
N.Y., Mr. Desmon was a box-
ing champion, football player,
glee club tenor, manager and
editor of several publications,
treasurer of his junior and
senior classes plus an officer or
member of many other clubs.
He also received a citation as
Outstanding Jewish Student
in 1931.
A former resident of South-
field, Mr. Desmon was a religi-
ous school teacher for 40 years,
with 30 of those years at Tem-
ple Beth El. He was also a
member or officer of many of
the committees and clubs at
Temple Beth El. He spent 50
years affiliated with Boy Sc-
outing, which awarded him its

highest leadership awards, in-
cluding the Silver Beaver,
Shofar, Woodbadge and Gol-
den Veteran's Awards. He was
a Scoutmaster, Cubmaster,
commissioner, district execu-
tive, leadership trainer, or-
ganizer and after his retire-
ment from Parke, Davis and
Co. in 1970, he worked as
Jewish chaplain at the Detroit
Area Boy Scout Camp (D-A)
during his summers.
Mr. Desmon spent his re-
tirement years substitute
teaching in Southfield junior
and senior high schools, prior
to retiring to Florida.
During his seven years of re-
tirement in Michigan, he also
re-established and served as
editor of the Temple Beth El
newsletter, The Mirror, and
continued singing in the tem-
ple adult chorale, as he did

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