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February 15, 1991 - Image 116

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-02-15

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OBITUARIES

"CLOSED was

the word that

for many

Babies
Don't Thrive
in
Smoke-filled
Wombs

years described

of
Simian
Raenethe
Willoughby, Ohio; brother,
Howard Simian of
Willoughby.

the educational

opportunities available

to learning handicapped

children in the Jewish

schools of America.

When You're
Pregnant,

Don't Smoke!

But now. . .

TACH

THIS SPACE CONTRIBUTED BY THE PUBLISHER

means
"OPEN!"

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This space contributed as a public service.

116

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1991

Continued from Page 118

FERNDALE
661 E. 8 MILE ROAD
1Y2 Blocks East of Woodward

ANN WASSERMAN, 89, of
Southfield, died Feb. 11. She
leaves her sisters and
brothers-in-law, Helen and
David Spector, and Betty and
Manton Saulson of
Southfield.

SARAH WEINTRAUB, 82,
of Oak Park, died Feb. 10. She
is survived by her husband,
Saul; sons and daughters-in-
law, Daniel and Yetta Wein-
traub of Farmington Hills
and Martin and Shirley Wein-
traub of Oak Park; brother,
Harold Sher of Ft. Lauder-
dale, Fla.; sisters and brother-
in-law, Lillian Schwartz of
Phoenix, Ariz., and Edith and
Norman Baril of Farmington
Hills; five grandchildren;
great-grandchildren.

THELMA WIENER, 73, of
Madison Heights, died Feb. 9.
She is survived by her hus-
band, Philip; sons and
daughters-in-law, Bernard
and Barbara Wiener of
Waterford, and Sheldon and
Renee Wiener of West Bloom-
field; daughter, Elaine
Wiener of Madison Heights;
brothers and sisters-in-law,
Leon and Elsie Hoffman of
Pittsburgh, Pa., Dr. Melvin
and Evelyn Hoffman of Los
Angeles, Calif., Joseph and
Jan Hoffman of Ibronto, Ohio;
sisters and brother-in-law,
Clara and Ben Glassman of
Park Forest, Ill., and Sarah
Lillian Freedman of Altoona,
Pa.; nine grandchildren; two
great-grandchildren.

DAVID R. ZIMMERMAN,
40, former Detroiter of Big
Bear Lake, Calif., died Dec.
29. He is survived by his
parents, Raymond and Atara
Zimmerman of West Bloom-
field; sister and brother-in-
law, Denise and Stanley Ter-
man of San Diego. Interment
California.

MAMIE ZIRULNIK, 96, of
Oak Park, died Feb. 6. She
leaves her son and daughter-
in-law, Sidney and Ann
Zirulnik of Huntington
Woods; daughter, Dorothy
Solomon of Highland Park,
Ill.; six grandchildren; seven
great-grandchildren.

Morton Dermer,
Of B'nai B'rith

Morton Dermer, 79, of Oak
Park, died Feb. 11. He was in
the real estate investment
business and was former
owner of Comet Realty in
Detroit. Mr. Dermer helped

establish Real Estate and
Construction Lodge of B'nai
B'rith, was a 'member of
Perfection Lodge, and was
former owner of the Green-
bush Inn in Greenbush, Mich.
He leaves his wife, Sadie;
daughter and son-in-law,
Judy and Bernie Tarnow of •I
West Bloomfield; son, Arthur
of Farmington Hills; sisters
and brothers-in-law, Peggy
and Harry Miller of
Southfield and Ruth and
Abraham Gursky; three
grandchildren.

Abel Selburn,
Attorney

Abel J. Selburn, 71, of West
Bloomfield, died Feb. 8.
An attorney for 50 years, he
was a member of the Michi-
gan Bar Association, past
president of the Michigan
Mineralogical Society and a
graduate of the Detroit Col-
lege of Law.
He leaves his wife, Rita;
children, Brian and Mona of
Harper Woods, Mallory, Jor-
dan and Gayle of California,
Howell of California, Joel and
Maureen Lansat of Palm
Beach, Fla.,
Fla. Edward Lansat
of St. Louis,
and William
Lansat of Farmington Hills;
sister and brother-in-law,
Jeanette and Jay Lieberman
of Sun City, Ariz; four
grandchildren.

Selden Koblin,
Exec, Volunteer

Selden Koblin, a former dry
goods executive and purchas-
ing agent, died Feb. 10. He
was 82.
Mr. Koblin attended Nor-
thern High School and was a
1931 graduate of Albion Col-
lege. He was a member of the
freshman football team that
last year was inducted into
Albion's sports hall of fame.
He was a dry goods ex-
ecutive and auctioneer, owner
of Koblin's Cut Rate at
Michigan and First in Detroit
from 1930 to the middle
1950s. At age 60, he went to
work as the purchasing agent
for Nelson Chemical Co.,
retiring in 1978.
He was a volunteer at
Botsford Hospital from 1978
until his death, working there
three days a week. He was
recently honored as one-of the
outstanding hospital volun-
teers in metropolitan Detroit,
with more than 4,200 hours of
service at Botsford.
He was a member of Pisgah
Lodge of B'nai B'rith, the
Crescent Shrine Club and
was a 32nd degree Mason.
He is survived by his son
and daughter-in-law, Jack

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