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September 04, 1987 - Image 123

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-09-04

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I . MONUMENTS BY
B ERG AND
URBACH
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FINE MONUMENTS
SINCE 1910

ORA E. ESCHELBACH,
0, died Aug. 31. She leaves
er husband, Alfred; a
aughter, Mrs. Alfred
argot) Bloch; two grand-
hildren and four
eat-grandchildren.

ORRIS GREENSPAN,
4, of Oak Park, died Sept. 2.
urvived by his wife, Sara;
hree sons, Sam and Harry
nd Max of Brooklyn, N.Y.;
wo daughters, Mrs. Kusiel
eena) Yoffe and Mrs. Joseph
Elizabeth) Silver of Chicago,
11.; a sister, Mrs. Ben (Han-
ah) Kuropatwa of Miami
each, Fla.; 14 grandchildren
nd 26 great-grandchildren.

Donald (Barbara) Sugerman
of Bloomfield Hills; a brother,
Dr. Herman of Encino, Calif.;
and six grandchildren. Inter-
ment Palm Beach.

TILLIE MARX, 81, of Hun-
tington Woods, died Aug. 27.
Survived by her husband,
Leo; a sister, Carola Michaelis
of San Francisco, Calif.;
nieces and nephews.

DAVID H. SAFIER, 79,
former Detroiter of Los
Angeles, Calif., died Aug. 27.
He leaves his wife, Ann; a
son, Mark Passin of Encino,
Calif.; two daughters, Mrs.
Martin (Debbi) Lewin of
Culver City, Calif, and Bar-
bara Passin of Encino; a
brother, Milton of Los
Angeles; and two
grandchildren.

YANKEL
GERALD
(HYMAN) HAIM OVITZ,
66, of Southfield, died Aug.
19. Survived by his wife,
Clarice; a son, Richard
Hyman; three daughters,
Mrs. James (Susan) Smith of
Houston, Tex., Barbara
Hyman and Marci Hyman; a
sister, Mrs. Jules (Este,lle)
Tabak; nieces and nephews.

SHIRLEY I. SEEDMAN,
62, died Aug. 29. She leaves
two daughters, Mrs. Mark
(Wendy) Schwartz and Mrs.
Ira (Laurie) Oberman; two
sisters, Mrs. Jack (Doris) Der-
show and Mrs. William
(Hilda) Kurtz of Hollywood,
Fla.; and four grandchildren.

ISABEL KLOSTY, 72,
former Detroiter of Flushing,
N.Y., died Aug. 27. Survived
by a daughter, Ilene Rubin of
Flushing; and a sister, Mrs.
Jean Fleischer of Sunrise,
Fla. Interment Detroit.

BEVERLY SANDRA
KOTI, 51, of Detroit, died
Aug. 19. Survived by a son,
Daniel; and a sister, Dr. Rhea
J. White of Beersheva, Israel.

ROSE L. LIPSCHUTZ, 88,
died Aug. 31. She leaves her
husband, Louis; two
daughters, Mrs. Martin (Nan-
cy) Barr and Mrs. Hugh
(Judith) Beckman-Latimer of
Potomac, Md.; ten grand-
children and three
great-grandchildren.

MAX H. LITTKY, 77, former
Detroiter of Palm Beach, Fla.,
died Aug. 25 in London,
England. Survived by his
wife, Mollie; a son, Marvin of
Palm Beach; a daughter, Mrs.

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NATHAN MALOFF, 97, of
Syracuse, N.Y., died Aug. 30.
Survived by three sons, Leon
of Oak Park, and Paul and
Hilbert, both of Manlius, N.Y.;
and six grandchildren. Inter-
ment Syracuse.

IRENE J. GREY, 82, former
Detroiter of Miami Beach,
Fla., died Aug. 25. She leaves
her husband, Oscar; a
daughter, Mrs. Harry (Joan)
Partrich of Jasen Beach, Fla.;
a son, Michael of West Bloom-
field; a sister, Mrs. Sidney
(Ethel) Sherman of
Southfield; and four
grandchildren.

LOUIS KELLNER, 91, of
Detroit, died Aug. 27. Surviv-
ed by nieces and nephews,
Mrs. Nathan (Eunice)
Manela, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley
(Fran) Hart, and Mr. and Mrs.
Irving (Brenda) Levinowsky.

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EDNA VAN VLIET, 99, died
Aug. 29. She leaves a son, Dr.
Kenneth; a daughter, June S.
Hurst of Tucson, Ariz.; four
grandchildren and six
great-grandchildren.

JOSEPH ELI VENEFSKY,
69, of Farmington Hills, died
Aug. 28. Survived by his wife,
Pearl; two sons, Jeremy Van-
ness of Los Angeles, Calif.,
and Robert Vanness; a
daughter, Mrs. Anthony
(Judy) Palett; and two sisters,
Mrs. Irving (Betty) Kahn of
West Palm Beach, Fla., and
Mrs. Samuel (Estelle) Spiegel
of Deerfield Beach, Fla.; and
six grandchildren.

BETTY YAKER, 85, died
Aug. 31. She leaves a son,
Barry; two brothers, Philip
Ruskin and Harold Ruskin; a
sister, Mrs. Leon (Edythe)
Cutler; eight grandchildren
and two great-grandchildren.

MARY ZATE, 85, of Oak
Park, died Aug. 28. Survived
by a son, Seymour; two
daughters, Gladys Zate and
Dolores Fox; two brothers,
Meyer Levin and Morris
Levin; a sister, Mrs. Sam
(Alice) Olstein; nine grand-
children and 12
great-grandchildren.

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