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June 05, 1987 - Image 110

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-06-05

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KNOW
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Friday, June 5, 1987

OBITUARIES

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

DORA ABRAMOVITZ ,86,
of Detroit, died May 31. Sur-
vived by a sister, Rose Kry-
kun; nieces and nephews.

BIRDIE AUGUST ,79, died
June 2. She leaves a son, Irv-
ing; two brothers, Sam Glen-
ner and Ben Glenner, both of
California; five sisters, Mrs.
Elaine Eichel of California,
Mrs. Tillie Wolf of Florida,
Mrs. Lois Dolezel of Califor-
nia, Mrs. Dorothy Farer of
California and Mrs. Frances
Niedrich of Nevada; and four
grandchildren.

SAM COHEN ,75, died May
30. He leaves his wife, Rose;
a son, Harold; a daughter,
Mrs. Burton (Sheila) Eisen-
berg; two brothers, Saul of
Florida and Meyer of South
Lyon, Mich.; and five grand-
children.

SONIA DUDUNE ,83, died
May 31. She leaves a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Marvin (Natalie)
Warren; two grandchildren
and two great-grandchildren.
Interment California.

SALLY FAINTUCK ,72,
died May 26. She leaves her
husband, Lewis; a son, Jef-
frey of Santa Monica, Calif.;
a daughter, Mrs. Lon (Bar-
bara) Grossman; two
brothers, Allan Sparage and
Edward Sparage of Granada
Hills, Calif.; and a sister,
Mrs. Alex (Rosalyn) Glanz.

DAVID M. GILBERT , 84,
died May 29. He leaves a son,
Gerald; a daughter, Mrs. Joe
(Marilyn) Freedman; and
three grandchildren.

ROWEN B. GOODMAN ,59,
of Detroit, died May 31. Sur-
vived by an uncle, Hyman
Zinberg.

ARNOLD ISENBERG ,63,
of Auburn Hills, died May 31.
Survived by a daughter, Mrs.
Matthew (Beth) Johnson; and
a sister, Mrs. Sally Wasser-
man.

MINNIE KOWAL ,90, died
June 1. She leaves two sons,
Meyer and Gerald; six grand-
children and four great-
grandchildren. Services 11:15
a.m. today at Ira Kaufman
Chapel.

ALEX LANKIN ,73, of
Berkley, died May 29. Sur-
vived by two daughters, Mrs.
Ralph (Ellen) Diaz of
Alhambra, Calif., and Mrs.
Charles (Irene) Tyner; a
brother, Samuel of North
Miami Beach, Fla.; a sister,
Edith; and six grandchildren.

SYLVIA LEVIN ,66, of
Farmington Hills, died May
27. Survived by two sons,
Howard and Steven of Illovo,
South Africa; a daughter,
Michelle; a sister, Mrs.
Frances Shoenfeld of Seattle,

Wash.; and two grand-
daughters.

OLGA MARKOVITZ , 93,
died May 27. She leaves two
daughters, Mrs. Jerome
(Mildred) Kornheiser and
Mrs. Michael (Gladys) Davis;
five grandchildren and two
great-grandchildren.

SARAH G. METZGER ,80,
died May 30. She leaves a
daughter, Mrs. James (Mar-
garet) Meyer.

OLGA REVENO ,88, died
May 30. She leaves her hus-
band, Dr. William; a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Frank (Jeanne)
Wolfinger of Chicago, Ill.;
and three grandchildren.

BEN C. ROBINS ,77, died

June 1. He leaves his wife,
Muriel; two sons, Charles I.
and Richard of Monterey,
Calif.; a daughter, Doris
Rapport; two brothers, Mor-
ton and Dr. Samuel; and six
grandchildren.

ZEENA SAMEROFF ,78, of
Southfield, died May 27. Sur-
vived by two sons, Dr. Arnold
J. of Stanford, Conn., and
Philip A.; a sister, Mrs.
Elizabeth Eichelbaum; and
six grandchildren.

VIOLA SHEAR , 76, of
Royal Oak, died June 2. Sur-
vived by her husband, Mike;
a daughter, Mrs. David
(Marilynn) Chatlin; a sister,
Mrs. Ann Olen; and two
grandchildren. Services today
at Hebrew Memorial Chapel.

Dr. Kremer Dies, Helped
Deport Nazi Criminal

New York —Dr. Charles
Kremer, the Romanian-born
dentist whose relentless pur-
suit of accused war criminal
Archbishop Valerian Trifa
led to the cleric's deportation
from the U.S., died May 26 at
age 89.
For nearly 40 years, Dr.
Kremer implored government
officials to deport the former
fascist Iron Guard leader,
late of Grass Lake, Mich., for
crimes against the Jews dur-
ing World War II.
Dr. Kremer's efforts came
to fruition in 1984 when Trifa
left the U.S. for Portugal

under a federal deportation
order.
Born in Braila, Romania,
Dr. Kremer immigrated to
the U.S. in 1919. He was
graduated from dentistry
school at the University of
Pennsylvania in 1924 and
was in practice for more than
53 years. He became famous
in Romania for introducing
penicillin there in 1947.

Dr. Kremer, who lost many
relatives in the Holocaust,
devoted his life to bringing to
justice Nazi war criminals
who found refuge in the U.S.

Maurice Klein Shared
Family's Communal Role

Maurice Klein had impres-
sive roles of activism in this
community with a family of
prominence. His death on
May 30 at age 89 recalls his
family associations in many
congregational and city
movements.
His father, Aaron Klein,
was among the major leaders
in Cong. Shaarey Zedek. He
presided over the 90th an-
niversary dinner of the
synagogue in the Statler
Hotel when Dr. Cyrus Adler,
president at the time of the
Jewish Theological Seminary,
was guest speaker. Aaron
Klein was closely associated
with Rabbi A.M. Hershman
in communal matters and his
son, Maurice, shared the con-
gregational roles with him.
Maurice later shared family
activism in Temple Beth El.
His sister, Julia Klein, who
died two years ago, was
society editor of The Jewish
News in the late 1940s.
Mr. Klein was the co-

founder of Klein Insurance
Agency.
Born in Cleveland, Ohio,
he founded his company 50
years ago. He retired 17 years
ago. He was the past
president of the Hebrew Free
Loan Association, a life
member of Franklin Hills
Country Club, a life member
of Cong. Sharey Zedek and
Temple Beth El.
He leaves his wife, Ruth; a
son, Thomas of Silver Spring,
Md.; a daughter, Susan Shap-
iro; a brother, Victor of Palm
Springs, Calif.; five grand-
children and two great-
grandchildren.

Rudolph Gemza

Rudolph Gemza, a driver
and salesman for Domestic
Linen Supply for 47 years,
died May 28 at age 69.
Born in New York, Mr.
Gemza lived 60 years in De-
troit. He became a cook fol-

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