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July 08, 1988 - Image 50

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-07-08

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or the first time in
her long, distinguished
and full life, Fannie
Haber and her husband Bill
aren't intimately and direct-
ly participating in the
political, social and communi-
ty issues of the day. It's not
something Fannie, 89, is used
to and it's certainly not
something that pleases her.
"But our loyalties con-
tinue," says Fannie who will
be honored on Sunday by the
Ann Arbor Chapter-at-Large
of Women's American ORT
(Organization for Rehabilita-
tion through Training).
"Fannie and Bill are very,
very special," says Marilyn
Lindinauer, who first met
Fannie 25 years ago. It's a
sentiment that many others
— whether from academia,
the world-wide Jewish com-
munity, local organizations or
the highest level of govern-
ment — unashamedly ex-
press. Even their neighbors
recognize their uniqueness.
"What can I say?" says Edith
Gomberg. "They were a
presence."
The Habers' combined list
of professional volunteer ac-
tivities is so long that it's
possible to begin with "A" for
Fannie's work with the Ann

Arbor Y and just keep going
through all the rest of the let-
ters ("B" for their work with
B'nai B'rith, "C" for Bill's
tenure as dean of U-M's Col-
lege of Literature, Science
and the Arts, etc.) until you
get to the end of the alphabet
with Fannie's long involve-
ment with the League of
Women Voters and Bill's
presidency of the World ORT
Union.
"They were always in-
teresting, always fun, and
they had an incredible
amount of energy," says
Gomberg who's a psychologist
and teaches at U-M. "Bill
would go to Israel, give talks,
come back and it would be
like he was taking a subway
ride" And Fannie was usual-
ly along for the ride, whether
it was to Iran, India, Fiji,
Argentina, Morocco or any of
the other many countries
they visited. Their wide-
ranging travels weren't only
of the geographic kind. "Fan-
ny never had a smal view of
things," explains Lindinauer.
"She always had a real big
picture of the world."
The Habers were intimate-
ly involved with the movers
and shakers of the day. "They
rubbed elbows with them all,"
says Lindinauer. But the
Habers never forgot their
roots; they never lost sight of
what was truly important.

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