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November 27, 1987 - Image 179

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-11-27

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MONUMENTS BY

Sidney A. Deitch

DETROIT
MONUMENT
WORKS

14441 W. 11 Mile Rd.

Survived by his wife, Mary; a
son, Lee S. of Cincinnati,
Ohio; a daughter, Mrs. Ronald
(Nita Faye) Stearn; a sister,
Mrs. Melvin (Ray) Raskin of
Milwaukee, Wis.; and six
grandchildren.

ALICE RIGHT, 83, of Royal
Oak, died Nov. 22. Survived
by three daughters, Mrs.
Hyman (Esther Grainer)
_ I-Iorenstein, Mrs. William
(Adele) Yale of Elmsford, N.Y.,
r ) and Mrs. Richard (Barbara)
Greenberg of Hinsdale, Ill.;
nine grandchildren and ten
great-grandchildren.

MARY SCHWARTZ, 88, of
Southfield, died Nov. 21. Sur-
vived by three daughters, Eva
Tractenberg, Mrs. Harry
(Sylvia) Granader and Mrs.
Irven (Eileen) Leider; a
brother, Yale Ginsburg; a
sister, Mrs. Sara Hochman; 19
grandchildren and 12
great-grandchildren.

SELMA SHERMAN, 64, of
Detroit, died Nov. 18. Surviv-
ed by a sister, Mrs. Joseph
(Naomi) Miller; nieces and
nephews.

ROSE SILVERSTONE, 77,
died Nov. 20. She leaves her
husband, Jim; a son, Dr.
William Robert; two sisters,
Mrs. Fanny Blau and Mrs.
Ruth Tischler; four
grandchildren.

ANNETTE SOLOMON, 69,
died Nov. 18. She leaves a son,
Barry; two sisters, Mrs. Irving
(Leah) Kirschner and Mrs.
Ralph (Sharon) Sabatini;
three brothers, Albert Good-
man, Aaron Goodman and Dr.
David Goodman.

(LINDY)
LEONARD
STEIN, 58, died Nov. 20. He
leaves four brothers, Irvin,
Morton, Bernard and Henry
Mark; a sister, Gilda; nieces
and nephews.

ANN E. WAGNER, 96, died
Nov. 18. She leaves three
sons, Cyril, Milton and Alvin;
two daughters, Mrs. Ralph
(Geraldine) Granet and Mrs.
Robert (Lois) Benson; a
brother, Morey Kutzen; a
sister, Mrs. Dennis (Florence)
Kovan; 17 grandchildren and
12 great-grandchildren.

SAM WINER, 74, former
Detroiter of North Lauder-
dale, Fla., died Nov. 18. He
leaves a sister-in-law, Sally
Winer of Southfield; and
three nephews, Richard, Ken-
neth and Alan.

MAX YOUROFSKY, 82,
former Detroiter of Rockville,
Md., died Nov. 18. Survived
by a daughter, Mrs. Jerome

(Diane) Green of Beltsville,
Md.; and two grand-
daughters. Interment Detroit.

Norman Noble

Norman K. Noble, former
owner of Madison Dental
Supply, died Nov. 22 at age
84.
A former Detroiter, Mr. No-
ble resided in Solana Beach,
Calif., at the time of his
death. While in Detroit, Mr.
Noble was a member of Tem-
ple Israel and the Alpha
Omega Dental Fraternity.
He is survived by his wife,
Margaret; two sons, Richard
and Thomas; a sister, Ida
Gvazda of Birmingham; and
three grandchildren. Inter-
ment California.

Gardner, bet.
Coolidge & Greenfield

Milton Izbicki

Milton Ronald Izbicki, an
osteopathic physician, died
Nov. 17 at age 48.
Born in Paterson, N.J., was
an oncologist in private prac-
tice in Rochester, Mich., and
was associated with Critten-
ton Hospital. Dr. Izbicki was
a member of the Rochester
Rotary Club.
He leaves his wife, Holly;
two sons, Adam and Max; two
daughters, Sunshine and Eve;
his mother, Mrs. Norma
Izbicki.

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the first time since they were
established 15 years ago, the
awards are intended.
specifically for students who
plan to pursue post-secondary
education.

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following departed friends, with the tradi-
tional Memorial Prayers, recitation of Kad-
dish and Studying of Mishnavos.

A. CHODOROFF
LARRY M. FOGEL
RICHARD A. GOOEL
CHARLES G. HALPERT
BESSIE KUNIN
LOUIS LANGWALD
ERNEST LEVI
FLORENCE POLLACK
LILLIE SPECTOR
ANNA R. LIEBOWITZ ARATEN
BEN BERNSTEIN
R. CHODOROFF
PHILIP GERSZKOP
ASNA GOTTLIEB
SONIA LEFOND
LILLIAN VICTOR

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PEARL ARONOFF
BERNICE BERMAN
ALEX COHEN
JOSEPH DEUTSCH
JACOB FINK
JOSEPH GORMAN
SAM HOROWITZ
ABE LANGWALD
MICHAEL NOSANCHUK
ROSE H. SOLOMON
HOWARD S. BENNETT
HARRY BROWN
ALBERT GOLDSTONE
RABBI SHRAGA F. KAHANA
DAVID KATLER
CHARLES A. KOMER
JEANETTE SCHLOSS
VICTOR SEYBURN
FRANK SKLOKNIK
DORA VERNER
CHAIM D. BEN RUBEN
CHAYA R. BAS YECHIEL
CHANNA B'R SHMUEL
LOUIS BERMAN
SHIRLEY DIEM
SAMUEL P. GOLDSTEIN
ABE GUBIN
CYPOJRA C. GUBIN
SANFORD LLOYD KETCHEN
ARTHUR MOSS
DAVID PINSKER
REBECCA RUBIN
SEYMOUR TILCHIN
ESTHER ECKMAN
SIDNEY GOULD
MORRIS H. KANER
MARY KRASS
LENA GINSBERG LAVINE
DOROTHY MANDELL
REGINA NEIMARK
REBECCA RABINOWITZ
WILLIAM ROTHMAN
ZELDA ZALMANOW
ERVIN BAKER
JULIUS GOLDMAN
MOSES GROSSBERG
BESSIE KNOPPOW
MARY REBECCA LEVIN
MAX LI N DEN BAUM
SANDOR S. SHAPIRO
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MEMORIAL
CHAPEL

MUDS

Robert Keil

Robert William Keil, a food
broker associated with Keil
Associates in Southfied, died
Nov. 19 at age 55.
Born in Detroit, Mr. Keil
was past president of the
Michigan Food Brokers
Association. He organized
food brokers manuals for food
brokers associations.
He leaves his wife, BArbara;
a son, Daniel; two daughters,
Mrs. Kelvin (Leslie) Rose and
Marjorie; his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. George (Selma) Keil; a
sister, Mildred Jaffe.

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