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June 19, 1992 - Image 125

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-06-19

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SAY
IT
WITH
TREES

amin Aronson,
bbi, Zionist

bbi Benjamin Aronson,
erly of Detroit, died June
in Jerusalem. He was 83.
bbi Aronson was one of
founders of Agudath
64 of Detroit. In In-
napolis, where he resided
1955 to 1972, he super-
d the kosher meat kit-
n at Hygrade Food Pro-
Company. He later serv-
s educator and spiritual
4, of Congregation Etz
aim in Indianapolis. Upon
retirement in 1972, Rab-
Aronson and his wife,
hie, made aliyah to Israel.
e is survived by his wife,
hie of Jerusalem;
ug,hters and sons-in-law,
dith and Harry Gordon of
uthfield, Beverly and Rab-
William Lebeau of New
rk City; son and daughter-
-law, Michael and Vivian
onson of Indianapolis; 10
andchildren.

1,

dith Bensky,
ocial Worker

dith M. Bensky, former
roiter of Seattle, Wash.,
June 1. She was 81.
rn in Kosov, Poland, she
grated to the United
es at age 5. She received
ees from the University
ichigan (with honors),
mbia University and the
ish School for Social
ork. A member of the
Atemy of Certified Social
orkers, at her retirement
6 was coordinator of social
ervices at the Detroit Or-
hopedic Clinic. She was ac-
e in the League of Women
oters, the National Council
f miewish Women, and was
ecretary of the Beth Shalom
isterhood.
She leaves her husband,
eonard of Seattle; sons and
ughters-in-law, Jonathan
nd Sandra of New Delhi, In-
la. Alex of Detroit, Dan and
ilian of Seattle; sister,
Marian Meyers of Santa
onica, Calif.; four grand-
hildren. Interment Seattle.

T

resin H. Burdick,
Northville Judge

Irwin H. Burdick, of North-
ille Township, died June 10.
e was 79.
A graduate of Wayne State
niversity Law School in
933, he became a practicing
t torney and public ad-
inistrator. He was chairman
of the Republican Party 15th
Congressional District and
'-elegate to several Republi-
can conventions.
He was a judge for the

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Detroit Common Pleas Court
from 1967-1973, a Wayne
County Circuit Court judge
from 1973-1986, and a
visiting Judge for Wayne
County and Scottsdale, Ariz.,
upon his retirement in 1986.
Judge Burdick was a member
of Jewish War Veterans,
Veterans of Foreign Wars and
B'nai B'rith.
He leaves his wife, Jean-
nette; daughters and sons-in-
law, Alice and Dr. Bruce
Schweiger of Ann Arbor, Lin-
da and Martin Margulies of
Northville and Laura Sher-
man of Santa Monica, Calif.,
sister, Shirley Greenberg of
Oak Park; four grand-
children.

Ira Falk,
Physician

Dr. Ira Falk, of Southfield,
died June 16. He was 86.
Dr. Falk had been in private
medical practice for 52 years.
He was a graduate of Univer-
sity of Michigan
undergraduate and medical
schools. He was on the staff of
Detroit Memorial Hospital,
as well as Grace Hospital. He
was an alumnus of the
Founders Society at Detroit
Institute of Arts and a
member of Congregation
Shaarey Zedek and its
Seniors Club.
He leaves his wife, Belle;
daughters and sons-in-law,
Beverly and Dr. Burton Lon-
don of Bloomfield Hills, Lin-
da and Martin Frank of
Beverly Hills, Calif.; brothers,
Dr. Louis Falk of Chicago, Ill.,
Max of Detroit; sisters and
brothers-in-law, Frances
Elson of Southfield, Rosalyn
and Howard Miller of West
Bloomfield, Dorothy and Mar-
tin Glassman of North Miami
Beach, Fla.; eight grand-
children; three great-grand-
children.

Meyer Robinson,
Philanthropist
New York (JTA) — Philan-
thropist Meyer H. Robinson,
co- founder of the company
that made Manischewitz
wines, died of congestive
heart failure here on June
12. He was 86 years old.
Beginning his career as a
lawyer for the Monarch
Wine Company, Mr. Robin-
son became a partner when
his brother, a founding part-
ner, died in 1935. He also
served as secretary-
treasurer and chairman of
the company. Later he was
elected president of the in-
dustry's National Wine
Association.
Mr. Robinson was active in
many Jewish causes.

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