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May 15, 1992 - Image 166

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-05-15

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friends are invited to attend.

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SOCIETY .

126

FRIDAY, MAY 15, 1992

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OBITUARIES

DANIEL BLACKSTONE,

former Detroiter of Ft.
Lauderdale, Fla., died April
28. He is survived by his wife,
Helen of Ft. Lauderdale; sons,
Dr. Michael of Chicago, Jerry
of Yonkers, N.Y.; two grand-
children.

ABRAHAM ARTHUR
BRODSKY, 78, of Southfield,

died May 12. He leaves his
wife, Gertrude; daughters and
sons-in-law, Rose Lieberman
of Southfield, Leona and Rab-
bi Steven Chester of Oakland,
Calif., Deborah Brodsky and
Frederick Smith of Farm-
ington; son and daughter-in-
law, Allan and Beverly of
Wilmette, Ill.; brothers and
sister-in-law, Herman and
Dina of Huntington Woods,
Nathan of Hallandale, Fla.;
sisters and brothers-in-law,
Bessie and Ben Weintrob of
Southfield, Lee and Harold
Rothstein of Southfield; six
grandchildren.

SIDNEY EISNER, 73, of
Farmington Hills, died May
8. He leaves his wife, Selma;
daughter and son-in-law,
Nina and Bernard Kent of
Franklin; mother, Rose of
Oak Park; sisters and
brothers-in-law, Evelyn of
Oak Park, Ruth and Jack
Shafer of Westland, Florence
and Mike Miller of Van-
couver, B.C., Canada; four
grandchildren.

I

Ruth and Harold Baum
Troy; brother, John Bacon
Texas, four grandchildren.

SIDNEY HESSEL, 82,
Huntington Woods, died M
11. He leaves his wife, Be
nice; daughters and son- i
law, Jane and Lawren
Mendelsohn of Farmingt(
Hills, Jennifer of Seattl
Wash.; sister, Nettie Wolk
Palm Beach, Fla.; two gran
children.

LOIS S. HOFFENBLOO

38, formerly of Southfield
Tucson, Ariz., died April 2 .
She is survived by
parents, Harry and Mildred
Boca Raton, Fla.; sister
brother-in-law, Barbara an
Paul Atkinson of Michigan.

ALFRED HOWER,

7
former Michigan resident
Gainesville, Fla., died Apr
19. He is survived by
brother, Felix of Farmingto
Hills; nieces and nephews.

LILLIAN KAPLAN, 85,

Buffalo Grove, Ill., died Ma '
9. She is survived by he
daughters and sons-in-la
Sallie and Roy Alexander
Flint, Judith and Marshal
Schrieber of Buffalo Grove
sisters and brother-in-la
Isabel Kaufman of Southfiel
Shirley Barnett of Saginaw
Margie and George Holbroo
of Flint; four grandchildren
four great-grandchildren.

MILDRED FULLER, 72, of

Oak Park, died May 7. She is
survived by her sons and
daughter-in-law, Dr. Marc S.
and Debby of Salt Lake City,
Utah, Dr. Gregory W. of Lake
Mary, Fla.; daughter and son-
in-law, Terri and Bruce Bever
of Marietta, Ga.; brother, Ig-
gy Gluck of Maryland; sisters
and brothers-in-law, Evelyn
and Louis Martin of
Talahassee, Fla., Clara and
Joseph Horowitz of Calif.; two
grandchildren.

GEORGE (GOLDFARB)
GIBSON,
84, former

Detroiter of Louisville, Ky.,
died May 3. He is survived by
his wife, Eleanor; son, Marvin
J. of Louisville; daughter,
Janice of Garden Grove,
Calif.; sister, Rose Stone of
Lathrup Village; brother Irv-
ing Goldfarb of Oak Park; five
grandchildren; two great-
grandchildren.

HERMAN KASS, 83, o

Southfield, died May 6. He
leaves his wife, Ruth
daughters and sons-in-law
Sharon and Bernard La
pear of West Bloomfield, Bar-
bara and Walter Rubiner •
Highland Park, Ill., Eliss
and Daniel Kline of Wes
Bloomfield; brother and
sister-in-law, Dr. Arnold and
Regina of Oak Park; sev
grandchildren; three great
grandchildren.

MOSES LEW, 96, of South-
field, died May 8. He is sur-
vived by his wife, Fay;
daughters and sons-in-la
Liliane and Alex Blumenberg
of Southfield, Anne a
Joshua Grauer of Derwood,
Md.; five grandchildren; five
great-grandchildren.

SOL ROSENBERG, 70, of
Southfield, died May 12. He i
survived by his sons an
daughter-in-law, Herbert of
Laguna Hills, Calif., Alan
and Evon of Southfield; sister,
Ida Tenenbaum of Israel; two
grandchildren.

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EDITH M. GUNSBERG,

65, of Auburn Hills, died May
7. She leaves her husband,
Julius; daughters and sons-
in-law, Vivien and David
Phillips of Troy, Linda and
Dale Fawkes of Livonia; son,
Daniel of Pontiac; sisters and
brothers-in-law, Margaret and
Alfred Schwentor of Detroit,

LILLIAN SONESHEIN, 7 •
of Southfield, died May 8. She
leaves her husband, Leonard;
son and daughter-in-law, Dr.

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