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October 30, 1992 - Image 158

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-10-30

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WHY PAY SUBSTANTIALLY
MORE FOR A FUNERAL
HOME WITH CHAPELS IF
THE SERVICE DOESN'T
NEED TO BE HELD
AT THE FUNERAL HOME?

Alan H. Dorfman Funeral Direction, the first new Jewish
Funeral business in the Detroit area in over 30 years, offers
the growing number of families who choose graveside
services the ability to do so without paying the overhead
of using a funeral home with chapels. Beautiful chapels
are now available on most cemetery grounds at no
additional cost,

We offer a full selection of burial caskets and vaults,
and the most personal attention and professional services
available.

We also offer pre-arrangement plans which can be used
for nursing home residents, or for individuals wishing to save
their family the emotional and financial strain of arranging
a funeral.

Please call with any questions and for our brochure.
Alan I

Dorfman Funeral Direction

(313) 546-4700

The Family of the Late

BERNARD
(BOB) SELTZER

Wishes to acknowledge the tremendous outpouring of love
and affection for our very special "Pop."
We thank you all and are honored by your kindness.

Lori, Michael, Justin, Kaitlyn
Estelle and Eric

The Unveiling of a Memorial for

The Family
of the Late

MAX BIBER (o.b.m.)

SAM
HERCB ERG

will take place Sunday, November 8, 11 a.m. at

Clover Hill Park Cemetery.

Rabbi Elimelech Goldberg officiating.

LEONARD
KRIM

10/21/91
Deeply missed
by his boyhood pal.

158

Norman R. Korman, M.D.

Wishes to acknowledge with
deep appreciation the many
comforting messages and
expressions of kindness and
concern during the family's
recent bereavement.

In Loving Memory of

The Family
of the Late

PESZA
WAGMANN

BETTE WEXLER
STERN

October 25, 1983

Wishes to acknowledge with
deep appreciation the many
comforting messages and
expressions of kindness and
concern during the family's
recent bereavement.

Sadly missed and always
remembered by her son,
Henri Wagmann.

FLORENCE "LORRLE" AB-
ROMOVICH, 66, of South-
field, died Oct. 25. She is
survived by her husband,
Barnett (Bob); son and
daughter-in-law, Hal and
Sari of Huntington Woods;
daughters and sons-in-law,
Carol and Richard Miller of
Aurora, Colo., Mona and
Steven Mertz of Oak Park;
brother and sister-in-law,
Harry and Grace Cohen of
Palm Harbor, Fla.; sister,
Mildred.

JACK FRIEBERT, 90,

Southfield, died Oct. 26. E
leaves his wife, Doroth
daughters and sons-in-la.
Joyce and William Stern
New York City, Sandra ar.
Robert Noble of Oak Part
brothers and sister-in-la`?
Lewis and Erna
Milwaukee, Wis., Joseph
Milwaukee, Eduard
Brown Deer, Wis.; fi
grandchildren; two gre,
granchildren.

FAY D. FRIEDMAN, 6,

MARION BARON, 85, of
Southfield, died Oct. 26. She
leaves sons and daughters-
in-law, Leonard and Nancy
of West Bloomfield, Irving
and Betty of Beverly Hills,
six grandchildren; 10 great-
grandchildren.

died Oct. 21. She is survi '
a son, Michael of Southfie
sister and brother-in-la
Beatrice and Sol Gerstel
Highland Park, Ill.; siste
in-law Ruth Lefton
Southfield.

SONIA GOOZE, of Sou

SAMUEL CANN, 76, of
Southfield, died Oct. 21. He
leaves his sister and broth-
er-in-law, Lillian and Dr.
Jack Gorov of Southfield, a
nephew and niece.

MARGARET CHERIN, 76,
of Southfield, died Oct. 21.
She is survived by her hus-
band, Dr. Martin Cherin;
son and daughter-in-law,
Jeffrey and Diane of Santa
Cruz, Calif.; daughters,
Shelley Miller of Birming-
ham, Pam Cherin of Phoe-
nix, Ariz.; sister, Sylvia
Greenbaum of Jackson; four
grandchildren.

EDITH DAVIS,

76, of
Southfield, died Oct. 24. She
leaves her husband, Morris;
daughters and sons-in-law,
Nancy and Leigh Burstein
of Woodland Hills, Calif.,
Marsha and Dr. Jeffrey
Silverstein of West Nyack,
N.Y.; brothers and sisters-
in-law, Reva and Louis
Stern of Los Angeles, Calif.,
Rose and Ben Braiker of
Huntington Woods; five
grandchildren.

EDITH FELDMAN, 73, of

Farmington Hills, died Oct.
22. She leaves her husband,
Ben; children, Alan of Troy,
Gary and Bobbi of West
Bloomfield, Barbara Canter
of Huntersville, N.C., Dr.
Steven and Sandra of West
Bloomfield; brothers and
sisters-in-law, Raymond
and Arlene Colbert of
Tamarac, Fla., Manford and
Suzanne Colbert of Ft.
Lauderdale, Fla.; sisters
and brothers-in-law,
Bernice and Jack Seskin of
West Bloomfield, Gail
Sultan of Granada Hills,
Calif., Arlene and Seymour
Peiss of West Bloomfield;
four grandchildren.

field, died Oct. 27. S
leaves a daughter and sq
in-law, Nedy and Mart!
Silver of Flossmoor,
grandchildren.

MOLLIE SWEET GO.
TLIEB, 97, of Deerfie -

Beach, Fla., died Oct. 2
She leaves daughters and
son-in-law, Freida Schn
der of Boca Raton, Fl
Tessie and Alexander Wo
of Boca Raton; 13 grandch
dren; nine great-granch
dren; three great-grea
grandchildren.

CHARLOTTE GREEN,

of Oak Park, died Oct.
She is survived by her hi
band, Melvin; sons a:
daughters-in-law, Larry a:,
Arlene of Oak Park, Gar/4
and Gloria of Austin, Texe
three grandchildren.

HARMON JAFFE, 83, fo

mer Detroiter of San Mate
Calif., died Oct. 27. F
leaves his wife, Helen; s(
and daughter-in-la\
Michael and Sharon
Huntington Woods; daugl
ter and son-in-law, Gay l
and Charles Syers
Hillsborough, Calif.; fiv
grandchildren.

ROSEALL KOPMAN,

of West Bloomfield, die
Oct. 28. She leaves daugl
ters and son-in-law, Marci
of Bloomfield Hills, Sall .
and Norman Rouff c
Dunedin, Fla.; brother anc
sister-in-law, Jerry anc
Alice Muskovitz of Wes
Bloomfield; three grandchi
dren.

GOLDIE KORCHAK, 8

of Oak Park, died Oct. 1\
She is survived by a son an
daughter-in-law, Jerry a4
Phyllis of Detroit; daughte
and sons-in-law, Elaine B

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