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July 10, 1987 - Image 110

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-07-10

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IT IS WITH GREAT SORROW
THAT WE EXPRESS OUR
DEEP SYMPATHY TO THE
JACKIER FAMILY ON THE DEATH OF

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FLORENCE CHAZEN, 74,
of Beachwood, Ohio, died Ju-
ly 7. Survived by a son, Dr.
Howard of West Bloomfield; a
brother, Irvin Meckler of
Pompano Beach, Fla.; and
four grandchildren. Inter-
ment Parma, Ohio.

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JOSEPH JACKIER

A NOBLE AND DEDICATED COMMUNITY LEADER
AND A MAJOR SUPPORTER AND BOARD MEMBER
OF THE HOLOCAUST MEMORIAL CENTER.
MAY HIS MEMORY BE BLESSED

THE OFFICERS AND BOARD
OF THE
HOLOCAUST MEMORIAL CENTER
EXTEND THEIR DEEPEST SYMPATHY
TO THE FAMILY OF

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ROSE FEIGENSON, 100,
died July 2. She leaves three
sons, Morton, Herman and
Dr. Fred of California; a
daughter, Mrs. Morris
(Regina) Becker of North
Miami Beach, Fla.; two
sisters, Mrs. Mark (Rae) rIbn-
nen and Mrs. Ben (Tillie)
Weisman, both of California;
five grandchildren and five
great-grandchildren.

GERALD FEINBERG, 54,
of Oak Park, died July 5. Sur-
vived by a brother, David; and
a sister, Mrs. Dorothy
Rosinski.

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LINDA MEKLIR

OUR DEDICATED BOARD MEMBER
MAY HER MEMORY BE BLESSED

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The Detroit Friends of Bar Ilan University
and its American Board of Overseers
mourn the untimely passing of

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JOSEPH H. JACKIER

His warmth and friendship touched and taught
all who knew him, and he will be sadly missed.
May his loving family find strength in the wonderful
legacy that he has left us all.

Professor Michael Albeck
President
Rabbi Emanuel Rackman
Chancellor
David Altman
Director-General

110 FRIDAY, JULY 10, 1987

Phillip Stollman
Honorary Chairman
Global Board of Trustees

Sharon Hart
Detroit General Chairman

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ANNA GODFREY, 82, of
Oak Park, died July 6. Sur-
vived by her husband,
Samuel; two sons, Rabbi
Jerry and Walter; a daughter,
Mrs. Lorraine Sallan; a
brother, Max Moore of Los
Angeles, Calif.; and ten
grandchildren.

SARIVA GREENBAUM,
65, former Detroiter of Port
St. Lucie, Fla., died June 10.
Survived by her husband,
Jack; a son, Mark of Ten-
nessee; two daughters, Janice
Janoff of Coral Springs, Fla.,
and Terry Berlin of West
Bloomfield; and three
grandchildren.

MORRIS GROPMAN of
New York City died July 7.
Survived by his wife, Nettie;
a son, Jerome of West Bloom-
field; and five grandchildren.
Interment New York City.

ESFIRA M. IMAS, 91, of
Farmington Hills, died July
6. Survived by a daughter,
Mrs. Mikail (Dorothy)
Tiraspolsky; two grandsons
and two great-grandchildren.

CECIL KANAREK, 78,
former Detroiter of Sunrise,
Fla., died July 5. Survived by
his wife, Rosalie; three
daughters, Mrs. Jack (Bar-
bara) Dorfman, Mrs. Alvin
(Marcia) Delidow and Mrs.
Gary (Myra) Shapiro of Mt.
Pleasant, Mich.; a brother,
Bert of Lauderdale Lakes,
Fla.; two sisters, Mrs.
Geraldine Diamond and Mrs.
Benjamin (Bessie) Nagel; and
seven grandchildren.

BESSIE KATZ, 89, died Ju-
ly 6. She leaves two sons, Nor-
man and Dr. Sidney; a sister,
Mrs. Richard (Rena) Uviller;
and seven grandchildren.

BEATRICE KNIGHT, 70,
died July 2. She leaves two
sons, Dr. Robert Novin and
Sanford Knight; a brother,
Ralph Berk of Chicago; and a
sister, Mrs. Daniel (Esther)
Scott of Glenview, Ill.

NINA BLUM LESLIE, 79,
of Detroit, died July 2. Sur-
vived by her husband,
Charles; a son, Dr. George
Blum; and five
grandchildren.

ETHEL MOGUL, 87, died
July 5. She leaves two
daughters, Mrs. William
(Shirley) Felsenfeld and Mrs.
Harvey (Thelma) Lipsitt; 12
grandchildren and five
great-grandchildren.

LEAH MOSSMAN, 88, of
Windsor, Ont., died July 2.
She leaves a daughter, Mrs.
Norman (Marsha) Ross of
West Bloomfield; 16 grand-
children and 15 great-grand-
children. Interment Detroit.

HENRY ORINGER, 81, died
July 5. He leaves his wife,
Ethel; a son, Dr. Richard; and
two granddaughters.

BERTHA PARR, 72, former
Southfield resident of Lauder-
dale Lakes, Fla., died May 13.
Survived by her husband,
David; a daughter, Maxine
Brown of Chicago, Ill.; a son,
Dr. Michael of Sacramento,
Calif.; a brother, Irving
Kushner of Florida; five
grandchildren and two
great-grandchildren. Inter-
ment Ft. Lauderdale.

RABBI
YEHUDA
POLTER, 79, of Toronto,
Ont., died July 1. Survived by
his wife, Raizel; four sons,
Menachem Mendel of Mon-
treal, Que., Rabbi Yisrael of
Detroit, Rabbi Moshe
Yerachmiel of Detroit and
Hershel of Toronto; two
daughters, Mrs. Tzvi
Greisman of Baltimore, Md.,
and Mrs. Hillel Dubinsky of
Toronto; grandchildren and
great-grandchildren.

ANITA RUBIN, 36, died Ju-
ly 5. She leaves a brother,
Harry; and one nephew.

JIMMY SEGELBAUM, 40,
of Southfield, died July 1.
Survived by his wife,
Veronica; a son, Bradley; and
a daughter, Miriam.

GLORIA
SCHMIDT
SPERO, 82, of West Palm
Beach, Fla., died July 4. Sur-
vived by three daughters,
Mrs. Jack (Vickie) Marcuson
of Livonia, Mrs. Claire
Bergad of West Palm Beach
and Mrs. Charlotte Spero-
Sukolsky of Canonsburg, Pa.;
a son, Sander Spero of West

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