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January 22, 1993 - Image 151

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-01-22

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SAY
IT
WITH
TREES

GCB PECHENIK, 65, of

,r.:3.fungham,
died Jan. 13.
e leaves his wife, Linda;
n, Allen of Berkley;
1 iiaghter, Nancy of
riington, Mass.; sister and
other-in-law, Pearl and
acob Feldman of Hal-
Fla.

LDRED ROBINSON,
of Huntington Woods,
d Jan. 17. She leaves her
sband, Erwin; daughters
Aid sons-in-law, Judy and
•chard Kepes of Hunt-
gton Woods, Marcy and
ffrey Kushner of Madison,
is.; sons and daughters-in-
v, E. Steven and Mari-
'nn of Bloomfield Hills,
Tarren and Davida of
-anklin; sisters and broth-
- n-law, Ethel and Hyman
.isner of West Bloomfield,
earl Leinoff of Southfield;
other and sister-in-law,
onald and Rae Ann
,harfman of West Bloom-
ield; nine grandchildren.

PHILIP ROSENTHAL, 86,
f Southfield, died Jan. 13.
e is survived by his wife,
ollie; sons and daughters-
n-law, Bernard and Rose
nn of West Bloomfield,
orman and Ava of Laguna
ills, Calif.; daughter and
-in-law, Ann and Farrell
oore of Byron Center,
ich.; sister, Lottie
chlossberg of Silver
prings, Md.; 13 grandchil-
ren; 15 great-grandchil-
-iren.

VILMOS SCHECHTER,
5, of Petach Tikva, Israel,
died Jan. 10. He is survived
.y his wife, Irina; sons and
daughters-in-law, Nicholai
and Judith of Petach Tikva,
•loseph and Tina of
Thornhill, Canada, and Alex
and Cathy of Keego Harbor;
six grandchildren. Inter-
/ vent in Israel.

ERNEST W. SHERMAN,
\_84, of Southfield, died Jan.
16. He is survived by a
daughter, Carol Sherman of
Southfield; brother-in-law
e nd sister-in-law, Arnold
and Harriet Fox of Oak
Park.

\-T,DA STERN, 85, of Oak
Park, died Jan. 19. She
leaves a son and daughter-
in-law, Herbert and Beverly
Friedman of Oak Park;
brothers and sisters-in-law,
Morris Levine, Jake and
Sally Levine of Frederick,
Mo., Alex and Betty Levine
of Pittsburgh, Pa.; sisters,
Ann Hartzberg of Pitts-
burgh, Gertrude Glasser;
five grandchildren; four
great-grandchildren.

GEORGE WITT, 69, of
Escondido, Calif., died Jan.
19. He leaves a brother and
sister-in-law, Eli and Goldie
Witt of San Diego; sisters
and brothers-in-law, Muriel
and William Pollack,
Dorothy and Maury Jacobs,
all of Chicago, Ill., Fannie
and Bernard Luchtan of
Huntington Woods. Inter-
ment in California.

ETHEL ZERRY, 79, of
Detroit, died Jan. 17. She
leaves her husband, George;
daughters and son-in-law,
Nancy of Detroit, Joan and
Dr. Harvey Golden of
Southfield; brother, Dr. Leo
Schein of Del Ray Beach,
Fla.; four grandchildren.

Rabbi Greenfield

Rabbi Eugene Greenfield,
87, former Detroiter, died
Dec. 30 in Ramat Gan,
Israel. Ordained in Hun-
gary, he came to the United
States in 1927. He served as
rabbi in Pottstown, Pa., Oil
City, Pa., Roanoke, Va., and
Portsmouth, Va.
In 1948 he became a busi-
nessman and, together with
his brothers, established the
Greenfield Noodle and
Speciality Company in
Detroit.
He was active in local
community affairs with
emphasis on Yeshiva Beth
Yehudah, where he served
as chairman of the board.
In September 1971 he
retired and emigrated to
Israel. There he served as
unofficial rabbi of the local
synagogue and translated
documents for publication
for Bar-Ilan University pro-
fessors. He also served as
administrator of the Ramat
Gan Matan B'Seder Fund to
aid impoverished Jews in
Israel.
He is survived by his wife,
Julia, of Ramat Gan; daugh-
ters and sons-in-law, Bea-
trice and Dr. Arnold Eisen-
man, Marilyn and Rabbi
Max Carmen, of Oak Park;
sons and daughters-in-law,
Dr. Avi and Betty Green-
field, Dr. Ephraim and Rita
Greenfield, of Bnei Brak
and Jerusalem; brother and
sister-in-law, Rabbi Ernest
and Geraldine Greenfield of
Oak Park; sister and broth-
er-in-law, Ella and Murray
Bara of Lauderdale Lakes,
Fla; 17 grandchildren, 59
great-grandchildren. Inter-
ment in Jerusalem.

In 1980 the Knesset passed a
law making reunited
Jerusalem the official capi-
tal of Israel.

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18877 W. Ten Mile Road

Suite 104
Southfield, Michigan 48075
Phone: (313) 557-6644
Mpnday thru Thursday
9 A.M. to 5 P.ivl.
Friday 9 A.M. to
2 hrs. before Sabbath

WE REMEMBER

During the coming week Yeshiva Beth Yehudah will
observe the yahrtzeits of the following departed friends,
with the traditional memorial prayer, recitation of kaddish
and studying of mishnayos.

SHEVAT JAN.

SHEVAT JAN.

Saul H. Cohen
Fruma Edelman
Louis Gruskin
Sadie Hornick
Fannie Patiojohn
Irwin Pavorsky
Yetto Plotnik
Rachel Sachs
Sylvia Weiss
Minnie Zack
Sarah Finley Capin
Sarah Faber
Phillip SIngerman
Isador Buchfirer
Martin Fine
Zesse Katz
Flora Levi'
Anna Mindlin
Max Philip Niskar
Paul Rodner
Seymour Isaiah Abramson
Lee Lyons
Esther Pechensky
Rose Pollack
Brana Simis
Max Sitrin
Bernard Amhowitz
Perry Feigenson
Martin Keith Irwey

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Max Milgrom
Robert William Rosenbaum
Harry Averbach
Bernard Bocolor
Sam Cohen
Beta Cohn
Abraham Shayne
Mike Snider
Hortense Tobin
Esther Wetstein
Helen Broad
Rose Friedman
Irving Gilbert
Rebecca Kasoff
David Ordin
Abraham Schloss
Morris Schwartz
Yisroel Yampolsky
Louis Blotnick
Samuel Cobitz
Abraham Cohn
Bernard Cohn
Duba Denemark
Elizabeth Eizelman
Sam Lelder
Yetta Lopatin
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Alyce Rood

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Administration Office: 557-6750

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