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May 01, 1987 - Image 115

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-05-01

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Edward of Norcross, Ga.; two
daughters, Sharon and Moni-
que; and a sister, Mrs. Joseph
(Nora) Simkevitz of Montreal,
Que.

Dr. H. Goldstein

Dr. Herbert Goldstein, a
medical doctor with offices in
Southfield, died April 24 at
age 60.
Born in Brooklyn, N.Y., Dr.
Goldstein lived 34 years in
Detroit. He was the current
director of medical manage-
ment of Select Care. Dr.
Goldstein was educated at
New York University and
was graduated from its medi-
cal school in 1949.
He was a fellow of the
American College of Utiliza-
tion Review Physicians, a
member of the American Col-
lege of Physicians, Cong.
Beth Shalom, past president
of the Piccolo Regional Opera
Society and a patron of the
Detroit Symphony Orchestra
for more than 30 years. He
was also a flight surgeon
with the U.S. Air Force dur-
ing the Korean War.
He leaves his wife, Bar-
bara; two sons, Mark of New
Orleans, La., and Eric of Aim
Arbor; a brother, Bernard of
Princeton, N.J.; and a sister,
Betty Lapidus of West Palm
Beach, Fla.

Cynthia Weiss

Cynthia Lynn Weiss, a sys-
tems analyst for Metropolitan
Life Insurance Co., died April
23 at age 37.
Born in Detroit, Mr. Weiss
had been living in New York
City for the past six years.
She was graduated from Cass
Tech and was a National
Merit Scholar. She was a
member of the Cass Tech
harp and vocal group. She
was interested in art, the
outdoors, music and poetry.
While a student at Cass, she
tutored inner city students.
Ms. Weiss was graduated
from the University of Michi-
gan in 1971.
She leaves her mother,
Mrs. William (Betty) Weiss of
Southfield and a brother,
Ronald of Ann Arbor. Inter-
ment Detroit.

Sidney Gray

Sidney C. Gray, a manufac-
turer of automation equip-
ment, died April 22 at age
87.
Born in Springfield, Mass.,
Mr. Gray lived 67 years in
Detroit. He was a member of
Adat Shalom Synagogue. In
the mid-1930s he was Michi-
gan State Senator. He also
was a past president of the
Horsemen's Protective and
Benevolent Association.

Mr. Gray had owned race
horses for many years.
He leaves his wife, Sadye;
a son, Richard; a daughter,
Mrs. Theodore (Lenore)
Pines; eight grandchildren
and six great-grandchildren.

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Albert Faber

Albert Faber, a self-
employed electrician, died
April 27 at age 77.
Born in Toronto, Mr. Faber
came to Detroit in 1928 and
moved to Delray Beach, Fla.,
in 1979. He was a World War
II Army veteran and a
member in Detroit of the In-
ternational Brotherhood of
Electrical Workers.
He is survived by a sister,
Anne of Delray Beach.
Interment Florida.

Abe Tompkins

Abe Tompkins, a founder of
the Livonia Jewish Congre-
gation, died April 25 at age
73.
Born in British Columbis,
Canada, Mr. Tompkins was a
general manager of a potato
chip company. He was a vol-
unteer at Botsford General
Hospital, a member of Jewish
War Veterans and Israel
Numismatic Society.
He leaves his wife, Ruby; a
son, A. Stewart; a daughter,
Dr. Francine of Cincinnati,
Ohio; and two grandchildren.

Freeda Spring

Freeda Spring, a member of
Jewish women's organizations,
died April 24 at age 91.
Born in Poland, Mrs. Spring
lived 67 years in Detroit. She
was a member of Hadassah,
Women's American ORT and
B'nai B'rith.
She leaves two daughters,
Mrs. A. Albert (Beatrice) Sugar
and Mrs. Jesse (Florence) Rice;
six grandchildren and 14 great-
grandchildren.

Estelle Warren

Estelle Bussell Warren,
financial secretary for
Parkwood Chapter of Women's
American ORT, died April 22.
Born in Detroit, Mrs. Warren
was a regional board member of
Women's American ORT, a
member and past president of
Zager Chapter of B'nai B'rith
Women, a member of
Hadassah, League of Jewish
Women's Organizations and a
past board member, Jewish War
Veterans Auxiliary, Workmen's
Circle and Adat Shalom
Synagogue.
She leaves her husband,
Samuel J.; a daughter, Miriam
Debra; and a sister, Mrs. Sher-
man (Lillian) Nacmani.

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