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April 19, 1991 - Image 125

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OBITUARIES

Graveside Services

Dr. Nathan Brooks

Dr. Nathan Brooks, 78, of
West Bloomfield, died April
10.
He was a doctor of internal
medicine who practiced in the
Detroit area for 51 years. He •
was a major in the U.S. Army
Medical Corps. during World
War II and he was awarded
the Silver Star.
Dr. Brooks was a graduate
of Wayne State University
Medical School in 1938. He
was a Fellow of the American
College of Physicians, Ameri-
can College of Pulmonary
Medicine, Professor of Medi-
cine at Wayne State Univer-
sity, past Associate Chief of
Staff of Hutzel Hospital and
a member of Temple Israel.
He leaves his wife, Eva;
daughters and sons-in-law,
Carole and Elliot Solomon of
West Bloomfield, Anita and
Patrick Daly of Farmington
Hills; sons and daughters-in-
law, James and Elizabeth of
Fairfield, Iowa, Lawrence and
Denise Wolfman; sisters,
Estelle Miskin of Tucson,
Ariz., Edith Stringer of
Mississauga, Ont.; 10 grand-
children.

Van Dyan

Van Dyan, 68, of Southfield,
died April 10.
Mr. Dyan was an artist in
commercial and fine arts. He
worked for McNamara
Studios and Brown Art, il-
lustrating cars.
He leaves his sons, Robert
of Studio City, Calif., Mark
of Brentwood, Calif.; brother
and sister-in-law, Norman
and Helen of Ontario,
Canada.

Sarah Klyman

Sarah Klyman, 86, of
Bloomfield Hills, died April
15.
She was Woman of the Year
in 1990 for the Albert Eins-
tein Chapter of Hadassah and
a member of Mizrachi.
She leaves her son and
daughter-in-law, Calvin and
Dr. Cassandra of Bloomfield
Hills; brother and sister-in-
law, Harry and Ann White of
Downsview, Ont.; two grand-
children.

Becky Krefman

Becky Krefman, 40, of Paw
Paw, formerly of Detroit, died
April 13.
Mrs. Krefman was born in
Camden, Ark. and had been
living in Paw Paw for the past
31/2 years. While in the
Detroit area, Mrs. Krefman
had been media director for
Yoffe, Stone, August and for
five years, was an account ex-
ecutive for Channel 50.

She was active with
Women's American ORT and
the American Cancer Society,
serving as publicist for the
American Cancer Society in
Berien County. She also serv-
ed as a Reach-to-Recovery
volunteer and championed
self-examination educational
programs.
She is survived by her hus-
band, Stephen; sons, Lee,
Nathaniel; daughters,
Jessica, Rachael; father, Car-
roll Wilson Harris of
Camden, Ark.; brother and
sister-in-law, Wightman and
Brenda Harris; sister, Sandy
Lawson of Lexington, Ky. In-
terment in Detroit.

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Max D. Schuster

Max D. Schuster, 88, of West
Palm Beach, Fla., formerly of
Detroit, died April 12.
Mr. Schuster was an at-
torney and owner of Great
Lakes Smelting and Refining.
He was a graduate of Univer-
sity of Michigan Law School
in 1926. He was a member of
Franklin Hills Country Club,
President of the Country
Club in West Palm Beach and
founding member of Men's
ORT.
He leaves his wife, Ruth;
daughters and sons-in-law,
Janet and Dr. Harold Jaffe of
Birmingham, Judy and
Lester Koploy of Southfield;
sister, Rebecca of Southfield;
six grandchildren. Services
and interment were held in
Detroit.

Leader Of Greek
Jews Dies At 77

Athens (JTA) — Joseph
Lovinger, president of the
Central Board of Jewish
Communities in Greece for
24 years, died of cancer April
9 in Athens. He was re-
portedly 77.
Mr. Lovinger, who is
credited with raising the
profile of the organized Jew-
ish community here, was
outspoken on Jewish issues
of concern to him.
During a January 1989
visit to World Jewish Con-
gress headquarters in New
York, he called for world
ostracism of the Greek
justice minister, who had de-
scribed as a hero a Palestin-
ian he refused to extradite to
stand trial for the bloody Oc-
tober 1982 terrorist attack
on Rome's main synagogue.
A vice president of the Eu-
ropean Jewish Congress, Mr.
Lovinger also spoke out
against Kurt Waldheim, the
Austrian president who
served in a German army
unit during World War II
that, among other things,
deported Jews.

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