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November 06, 1992 - Image 142

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-11-06

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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 H.

orfman Funeral Direction

(313) 546-4700

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With extreme grief and sorrow, we announce the passing of
Our beloved parents, of blessed memory

Mr. David Kuperwasser
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October 20, 1992

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Mrs. Philis Kuperwasser

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September 14, 1992

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Holocaust survivors who built a new life in Detroit for over 30 years
Made aliyah in 1984 and lived in Jerusalem
For the last eight years of their lives.
Our parents 51 were living lessons in humility and piety
Their love of Torah, fellow Jew, and the Land of Israel
Were the primary values with which they lived their lives.
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You will always be a model and inspiration for your children
Grandchildren, and all who merited knowing you.

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Samuel and Charles Kuperwasser
and families
Jersualem, Israel - Lakewood, N. J.

The dedication of their tombstones will be held in
Jerusalem on November 19, 1992 - rnrn Mn Y'D
At Har Hamnuchot - Tamir Cemetery at 9:30 a.m.

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FLORENCE "LORRIE"
ABROMOVICH, 66, of

died Oct. 29. He is survived/
by his wife, Davida; children,
Marsha L. of San Francisco,
Daniel S. and Erica of Bay Cic=1
ty and Judith E. and Nicholas
Greifer of Washington, D.C.;
one grandson.

Southfield, 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 Mill 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 Hooberman of South-
field; five grandchildren.

died Nov. 2. She is survived;'
her brothers and sisters-in-
law, Frederick and Lillian
Greenhut of West Bloomfiel,d,
Leonard and Rachell Green-
hut of Southfield.

LEONORE H. BRAUDE,

HELEN HANDMAKERT,

66, of West Bloomfield, died
Oct. 29. She is survived by
her husband, Daniel; sons
and daughters-in-law, Irwin
and Candice of Vallejo, Calif.,
Ted and Vicki of Royal Oak,
Jerry and Karen of West
Bloomfield; brother and
sister-in-law, Alvin and
Marilyn Leff of Livonia;
mother, Grace Silver of
Southfield; four grand-
children.

80, of Bloomfield Hills, died
Nov. 2. She leaves a daughter
and son-in-law, Gail and
Richard Burstein of Bloom-
field Hills; two grand-
daughters.

JACK COHEN, 64, of South-

field, died Oct. 31. He is sur-
vived by his wife, Lois; sons
and daughters-in-law, Jeffrey
and Laurie of Oak Park, Jay
and Jeri of Novi, Lee of Novi;
daughter, Andrea Nouhan of
Warren; brothers and sister-
in-law, Nathan Cohen of Oak
Park, Eddie and Carol Cohen
of West Bloomfield; three
grandchildren.

JACK M. GALE, 68, former

Detroiter of Essexville, Mich.,

Obituary
Procedures

Ira Kaufman Chapel,
Hebrew Memorial Chapel
and Alan Dorfman Fu-
neral Direction send
notices of all funerals
they have handled to be
printed in The Jewish
News. Families whose fu-
neral has been handled by
one of these homes should
not contact the paper to
place an obituary.
Those wishing to notify
the community of out-of-
town deaths, with a
Detroit connection, must
send in a typed, double-
spaced notice. Please in-
clude a daytime phone
number in case we need
additional information.
Single-spaced or hand-
written letters will not be
accepted.
Out-of-town obituaries
must be in our office by 10
a.m. Wednesday for that
week's issue. They may be
faxed. The fax number is
354-6069.

LILLIAN SALLY GREEN-
HUT, 73, of Dearborn Hts.,

ELSIE HIRSCH, 94, of Oak
Park, died Nov. 1. She is sur-
vived by sons and daughters-
in-law, Israel and Phyllis of
Los Angeles, Uri and Ruth of
Beverly Hills, Calif., Joseph
and Dorothy of Oak Park;
daughter and son-in-law,
Hanna and Rabbi Eric Green-
baum of Oak Park; 20 grand-
children; 83 great-grand-
children; two great-great-
grandchildren.

IRENE WOLOVITS HOR-I
TICK, 82, of Southfield, didi

Oct. 28. She leaves daughters)
and a son-in-law, Judith and
Philip Maisel of Southfieldā€˛
Joanne Ducker of Waterfoi-ir;)
Lisa Bennett of Silver Spring
Md.; eight grandchildren; on
great-granddaughter.

EVA KAPPER, 87, of Farm-
ington Hills, died Oct. 28. S-1_,Ie
is survived by her brother and
sisters-in-law, Frank and
Dorothy Tessler of Bloomfield
Hills, Frances Tessler Cr
Southfield.

PHILIP MORGANROTII, )

78, of Brooksville, Fla., died
Oct. 30. He leaves a daughter'
and son-in-law, Theresa and
Edward Sequin of Florid=a ;
sons and daughters-in-law
Merrill and Barbara of Fern-
dale, Victor and Bea of Wari
ren, David and Michelle obi
Gaines, Mich.; brother and,
sister-in-law, Benjamin and
Grace of Tamarac, Fla.;
sisters, Ruth Berman of Far ,
mington Hills, Mollie Fellow
of Southfield; five grand
children.

LEON MORRIS, 89, former-

ly of Southfield, of LauderhM,
Fla., died Oct. 30. He is sur-
vived by son and daughter-in-
law, Bert and Noreen
Lauderhill; one grand-
daughter.

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