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October 09, 1992 - Image 156

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-10-09

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Graveside and Cemetery
Chapel Services

A Sensible Alternative

Alan

H.

II)

orfman Funeral Direction

(313) 546-4700

Brochure Available

• Savings of up to $1000 or more

• Indoor Chapel Services available
on most cemetery grounds
• A complete service including all
shiva needs
• Serving all cemeteries

Serving your pre-arrangement needs.
Call us directly for out-of-state arrangements.

H U H

SOUTHFIELD

A FAMILY AFFAIR

❑ a variety of homes in every style and

price range

❑ central location with easy access to all
major freeways

❑ rich community life

❑ warm, friendly neighborhoods

❑ award-winning City services and
recreational facilities

❑ a school system nationally-
recognized for excellence

City of Southfield Housing and Neighborhood Center, 354-4400
Open Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

SOUTHFIELD

The Center of It All

In Memory of my Mother

JEANETTE L. LEACH

Her kindness, love and understanding
will always remain a part of me.

George J. Leach

The Family of the Late

HERMAN
KASS

Announces the unveiling of
a monument in his memory
11 a.m. Sunday, October
18, at Clover Hill Park
Cemetery. Rabbi Yolkut
will officiate. Relatives and
friends are invited to attend.

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In Memory Of
Beloved Husband

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The Family of the Late

LOUIS I. SHAER

LEE
WAINSTOCK

Who passed away October 13,
1964. It brings back a day I will
never forget. You passed away with-
out a good-bye. But memory of you
will never die.
Sadly missed by loving wife Sylvia
& Family

Announces the unveiling of
a monument in her memory
10:30 a.m. Sunday, October
18, at Clover Hill Park
Cemetery. Rabbi Hertz will
officiate. Relatives and
friends are invited to attend.

MORTON BAKER, 69,
former Detroiter of Sarasota,
Fla., died Oct. 2. He leaves his
wife, Elaine; children, Patty
and Dr. Phillip Zaret of
Fullerton, Calif., Nancy and
Dwight Sanders of Bloomfield
Hills, Jill and Craig Dunn of
Kokomo, Ind., Les Kahrnoff of
Sarasota, Fla., Cynthia
Kahrnoff of Detroit; brother
and sister-in-law, Ernest and
Sylvia Baker of West Bloom-
field; eight grandchildren.
Services were held in Florida.

AARON BAKST, 78, former

vived by her son and,
vived
daughter-in-law, Myron an 1
Ida Aaron of Farmington
Hills; two grandchildren; two
great-grandchildren.

SAM KALFUSS, 83, of
Park, died Sept. 30. He is sur-
vived by a nephew and niece,
Dr. Leonard and Helene
Kalfuss of Palm Springs,
Calif.

HELEN KLEIMAN,

Detroit, died Oct. 4. She
leaves nieces and nephews.

Detroiter of San Diego, Calif.,
died Sept. 23. He is survived
by his wife, Vi; daughters
Davida and Shelley Tupper;
sisters, Rebecca "Ree" Kass,
Esther Kahn and Mary
Heller; four grandsons; one
great-grandson.

BERKO LAZAR, 78, of Oak

JOSEPH E. COHEN, 29, of

of West Bloomfield, died Oct
4. She leaves her husband,
Richard A.; son, Aaron Maibk
Kugan of West Bloomfield;
parents, Joyce and Michae
Maloney of Auburn Hills,
William and Pat Hyde of
Florida; sisters and brothers-
in-law, Patti and Tom Keller,
Rhonda and William Runco;
brothers and sister-in-law,
William and Karen Hyde aC_-3
Steven Hyde.

West Bloomfield, died Oct. 5.
He is survived by his wife,
Cindy; son Alec; parents,
Ronald and Barbara Cohen of
West Bloomfield; sisters and
brothers-in-law, Rhonda and
David Shink of Farmington
Hills, Annette and Mark
Ziemer of Baltimore, Md.,
Debbie Cohen of West
Bloomfield.

MARVIN COHEN, 68, of

Walled Lake, died Oct. 1. He
is survived by his wife Bar-
bara; son, Scott; daughters
and son-in-law, Cynthia and
Kevin Guiles of Northville,
Marcy Cohen of Walled Lake;
sister and brother-in-law,
Adele and Louis Levine of
Southfield; three grand-
children.

FLORENCE S. COWAN, 76,
former Detroiter of Tampa,
Fla., died Sept. 27. She leaves
a son, Harold of Valrico, Fla.;
brother, David Subelsky;
sister-in-law, Irene Jacob,
both of Southfield.

PAULINE MARGARET
ERICKSON, 75, of South-

field, died Oct. 4. She leaves
her husband, Edwin; son and
daughter-in-law, Gary and
Nancy Fox of San Rafael,
Calif.; daughter and son-in-
law, Rita and Dominic Ibm-
burrini of Bloomfield Hills;
sister, Eleanor Scott of
Cleveland Heights, Ohio; two
grandsons.

EDWIN GOLDBLATT, 85,

of Novi, died Oct. 3. He leaves
a son, Jeffrey of Farmington
Hills; brothers, Robert of
Verona, N.J., William of
Union, N.J.; sister, Edythe
Zipper of Union, N.J.

MARY HANDLER, 86, of

Detroit, died Oct. 2.She is sur-
un

Park, died Oct. 1. He is sur-
vived by his wife Eta; sow=
and daughter-in-law, Thomas
and Joan F. of West Bloora-
field, Michael of Oak Park•
one granddaughter.

DEBORAH L. LEWIS, 38,

MICHAEL MASKARON,

43, of Oak Park, died Sept. 25.
He leaves his mother, Ruth
Maskaron of Las Vegas, Nev.

FANNY SUKENIC, 85, of

Southfield, died Oct. 6. She iL
survived by brothers and
sisters-in-law, Sam and Anne
Sukenick of Southfield, Nor-
man and Nettie Sukenic of
Oak Park; sisters and
brother-in-law, Minnie Sosin,
Rose Sukenic, Vivian an
Leonard Fealk all of
Southfield.

.

SOLOMON WEISS, 78, of
West Bloomfield, died Oct. 4.
He is survived by his sons and
daughter-in-law, Jonathan of
Grand Rapids, Harold and
Ellyce of Livonia, Aaron of
Grand Rapids; daughter,
Marilyn Weiss of Royal Oak;
sisters, Ida Weiss and Ger-
trude Joseph, both of Royal.'
Oak; two grandchildren.

JENNIE WISH, 92, of

Detroit, died Oct. 3. She is
survived by sons and
daughters-in-law, Ben and
Mildred of West Bloomfield
Harvey and Diane of Bloom-
field Hills; brother and sister-c
in-law, Meyer and Minnie
Leshman of West Bloomfield;
sister, Ann Freed of Scott-
sdale, Ariz.; five grand-
children; six
great-grandchildren.

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