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July 31, 1992 - Image 138

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-07-31

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OBITUARIES

FOLLOWING JEWISH TRADITION
THE DIRECTION OF THE FUTURE

Family and Friends perform the mitzvah of
accompanying their loved one to the gravesite.

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Omit the inconvenience of parking, getting in and out of cars only to repeat the process
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to pay their respect, then follow the deceased to the gravesite

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In Memory Of
Our Beloved Mother

The Family of the Late

REBECCA
BELLER

Announces the unveil-
ing of a monument in his
memory 10 a.m. Sunday,
August 9, at Machpelah
Cemetery. Rabbi Syme
will officiate. Relatives

Who passed away July 19, 1975. Sadly missed
and always remembered by her daughters Pearl,
Rose and Sara and grandchildren.

In Loving Memory Of Our Beloved Husband,
Father, Grandfather and Great-Grandfather

MURRAY
HARTZ

Who passed away August 8, 1990.
Always in our hearts and thoughts, but so sad-
ly missed by his wife Golda, children Mike and
Marilyn, Richard and Bobbie, 10 grandchildren and
4 great-grandchildren.

When So Sorry
is not enough .. .
Send a tray

Nibbles & Nuts

737-8088

001-1-E FAMIW
SUGGESTS -THAT
MEMORIAL
CONTRIK IRONS
BE MADE
TO THE
AMERICAN
CANCER

fsociEry 0.

DR. MANUEL H.
HENDELMAN

and friends are invited
to attend.

The Family of the Late

HARRY
PRESS

Announces the unveil-
ing of a monument in his
memory 11:30 a.m. Sun-

day, August 2, at
Machpelah Cemetery.
Relatives and friends are
invited to attend.

In Loving

Memory Of

ANNE DAVIS
KATANICK

Who passed away Aug.
6, 1989. Sadly missed

and always remembered
by her husband Martin,
daughter Marilyn, son-
in-law Robert, grand-
children and sister Ida

Katz.

138

FRIDAY, JULY 31, 1992

More obituaries, page 147

RICHARD S. CHAFETZ,
65, of Oak Park, died July 27.
He is survived by son and
daughter-in-law, Jay and
Margot of Walnut Creek,
Calif.; daughters and son-in-
law, Paula Smith of Oak Park,
Deborah and Bruce Kinzer of
Wilmington, N.C.; sisters,
Ann Hearshen of Royal Oak,
Dorothy and Marian Paul,
both of Los Angeles, Calif.;
three grandchildren.

TED S. COOPER, 65, of
Oak Park, died July 22. He is
survived by sister and
brother-in-law, Ethel and
Nathan Steinhart; cousins
and friends.

SYLVIA FELDMAN, 77, of
West Bloomfield, died July
24. She is survived by her son,
Alan of Oak Park; daughter,
Sandra Greenberg of
Southfield; four grand-
children; one great-grandson.

PATRICIA
LOIS
FISCHER, 57, of Southfield,
died July 22. She leaves her
husband, Arthur; sons, Paul
and Jonathan, both of
Southfield; daughters and
sons-in-law, Karen and Dr.
Joel Kahn of Ann Arbor, Jill
and Dr. Joseph Greenbaum of
Southfield; brothers, Michael
Weiss of Berkeley, Calif.,
Louis Weiss of Colorado; two
grandsons.

RENA FORBES, 70, of West
Bloomfield, died July 21. She
leaves her husband, Joseph;
daughters and sons-in-law;
Rita and Howard Golding of
West Bloomfield, Esty and
Michael Lohnberg of Agoura
Hills, Calif., Nikki and Dr.
Mark Segall of Los Gatos,
Calif.; brother and sister-in-
law, Lova and Bernadette
Khoram of Bloomfield Hills;
sister, Bibi Khoram of
Southfield; nine
grandchildren.

HENRY C. GREENBERG,
90, of Scottsdale, Ariz., died
July 14. He is survived by his
wife, Hilde; sons and
daughters-in-law, Jon and
Adelyn, of West Bloomfield,
Mark and Susan, of Scott-
sdale, Ariz.; daughter, Diana
Greene, of Scottsdale, Ariz.;
seven grandchildren; eight
great-grandchildren. Inter-
ment Ibledo, Ohio.

ABRAHAM HOCHBERG,
72, of Forest Hills, N.Y., died
July 22. He leaves his wife,
Dusia; daughters and sons-in-
law, Tonia and Leonard
Rosenberg of West Bloom-
field, Liza and Joseph Tuszer
of Great Neck, N.Y.; two
grandchildren.

FIRA KAGANOVSKY, 664
of Southfield, died July 24.
She is survived by her husl
band, Naum; daughters and
son-in-laws, Ella and Samuel
Ayzenberg of Troy, Rita
Aleshker of Farmington
Hills; three grandsons.
1
SIMON S. KAPLAN, 79, of
Southfield, died July 25. He
is survived by a daughter, Jam'
of Southfield; sister and
brother-in-law, Lillian and Dr.
Irvin Steinberg of Southfield.

PHILLIP KAUFMAN, 504
of Saratoga, Calif., formerly
of Detroit, died July 17. He is
survived by wife, Molly;
daughter, Michelle; son, Mat-
thew; mother, Ruth of
Southfield; grandmother!
Sarah Seedman of Detroit;
brothers and sisters-in-lav/
Harold and Laurie, Richard
and Susan, all of West
field; sister and brother-in-
law, Miriam and Dr. Mark
Clemons of Memphis, Tenn o

SAM KERT, 92, of Palm!
Springs, Calif., formerly spi,
Detroit, died June 29. He
leaves a sister, nieces and
nephews. Services and inter-
ment were held in California.

HELEN KRAUSE, 9
former Detroiter, died Jun
27. She is survived by he
daughter, Eleanor Callie
Las Vegas, Nev.; son an
daughter-in-law, Seymou
and Melba Krause of Gran0
Blanc; seven grandchildren
five great-grandchildren.

MENDEL LUCKMAN, 84,
of Oak Park, died July 24. He
is survived by his wife, Rose;
stepsons and stepdaughters-
in-law, Sam and Ann Horn o
Southfield, Perry and Nanci
Horn of Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.;
three nephews.

HILDA SCHUMAN, 94, of
Detroit, died July 20. She is
survived by nephew an •
nieces Steven and Judy
Heisler of Livonia; Pauline
and Dr. Albert Kaner, Aline
and Irving Schuraytz, all •
Detroit; nieces and nephews
in New York and Florida;
grand-nieces and
grand-nephews.

VIVIAN SHULMAN, 85, o
Oak Park, died July 28. Sh
is survived by sons an
daughters-in-law, Robert an
Rezi S. of Bloomfield Hills
Joseph and Bayle of Hun
tington Woods; 1
grandchildren.

IRMA SILBERG, of Las
Vegas, Nev., formerly of
Detroit, died July 19. She
leaves her husband, David;

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