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February 05, 1993 - Image 138

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-02-05

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Graveside and Cemetery
Chapel Services

DYSAUTONOMIA

THE DIRECTION OF THE FUTURE

D

Aia H.

orfman Funeral Direction

(313) 546-4700

Dysautonomia is organized
and operated for educational
research purposes to maintain
evaluation and treatment of
afflicted children.

Dysautonomia Foundation Inc.

3000 Town Center, Suite 1500,
Southfield. MI 48075 (313) 444-4848

Brochure Available

The Family of the Late

• 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

Asher Tzvi Tatelbaum

"We now offer monuments,
and assistance with
selecting appropriate
inscriptions for
everlasting memorials,"

rtzsr rriolt:r1

ebrew
emonal
Chapel

Serving the
entire
Detroit
Jewish
community
with dignity,
tradition and
compassion
since 1916.

'MEM,




II
1111
10
MEM.

26640 Greenfield Rd. (313) 543-1622
Oak Park, MI 48237
1-800-736-5033

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

ESTHER
GASTMAN

Who passed away
February 5, 1982

Forever in our hearts and
will never be forgotten.
The Lefton Family

In Loving Memory of

HENRY
HOCHMAN

Who passed away
February 6, 1989
Sadly missed and
always remembered by
sisters Yetta and Alma.

In Loving Memory of
beloved Wife, Mother
and Grandmother

MARIANNE
HOROWITZ

Who passed away
February 3, 1983.
Sadly missed and
forever in our hearts.

In Loving Memory of

In Loving Memory of

In Loving Memory of

FRIEDA BARRIS

Ann
Lieberman

ARTHUR
KLEE

Who passed away
February 6, 1992

138

IRVING
CHAIKEN

Dearly missed and always in our hearts.
Husband Leo, daughters Susan (Joel), Arlene (Larry)
and Ellen; grandchildren Ryan, Daniel and Aaron;
and sister Janet Finkel.

Who passed away
February 2, 1992
Sadly missed but who left us
with loving memories we will
never forget. Husband
Sidney, sons Robert and
Gary, daughter-in-law Susan,
grandsons Adam and Andrew.

Who passed away
February 2, 1980.
Always in our hearts, sadly
missed and never forgotten
by wife Lily, daughters
Rosetta (Sheldon Moggel)
and Brenda Stickles and
grandchildren.

SADIE BETMAN, 88, o)
West Bloomfield, died Ja.Y. i
29. She is survived by a soz
and daughter-in-law)
Maurice and Bernice 2)
West Bloomfield; daughter
Eleanor Manela of South
field; eight grandchildren
four great-grandchildren.

RUTH ELLEN BOLTON
58, of West Bloomfield, died
Jan. 27. She is survived cuy
her husband, Robert;
daughters, Anya of Ypsi-.
lanti, Karine of Jerusaler
Israel, Gabrielle of Novi,
Tami of West Bloomfield.

BERNARD W. BROW::
70, of West Bloomfield, died
Feb. 1. He leaves his wife,
Lenore; son and daughter-
in-law, Mark and Valerie ot
San Diego, Calif.; daughter,
Susan; sister, Harriet
Kirschner Halperin
Farmington Hills; threi
grandchildren.

HANLEY S. ELIAS, 49, 6,
Farmington Hills, died Jan.
28. He leaves his wife,
Marlene; sons and daugh,
ter-in-law, Brian and
Stephanie of Farmington
Hills, David and Darrin,
both of Farmington Hills;
mother, Ann of Southfield
brother and sister-in-laW;
Gary and Ruth Elias of
Southfield; sister and broth)
er-in-law, Paula an/
Murray Slomovitz o.
Southfield.

'

BERTHA FARBER, 90, of
West Bloomfield, died Jan.
27. She leaves nieces and
nephews.

WILLIAM FELDMAN, 75,
of Hazel Park, died Feb. 1
He is survived by his sis,
ters, Belle Priest ol
Southfield and Elsie Silver
of Santa Monica, Calif.
nieces, nephews, and great,
nephew.

GEORGE IRWIN FISH-
ER, 76, former Detroiter of
Columbia, S.C., died Jan,
27. He is survived by hir
wife, Sylvia; daughters
sons-in-law, Suzanne an
Sander Fields of Columbi
Marylou and Ritchie Hob._
of Marietta, Ga.; thr
grandsons.

RUTH GLASSMAN, 79, n
Southfield, died Jan. 2
She is survived by a s(
Joel; daughter, HarriL
both of Southfield.

LUCILLE DORIS GOI.„
MAN, 72, of Southfield,
Feb. 1. She is survived
her husband, Hy; son a
daughter-in-law, Jerry a

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