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July 02, 1993 - Image 121

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-07-02

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Obitu ari eu

"Compassion, dedication
and professional
care for you and your
family are my personal
commitments."

OBITUARIES page 122

NORMAN RUBY, 53, died
June 28. He leaves a son,
Brian of Ferndale; daughter
and son-in-law, Lisa and
Steven Russell of Novi; his
parents, Marvin and Marion
of West Bloomfield; brother,
Stanley of Kendall, Fla.;
sister, Roberta Sue Roseland
of Orchard Lake.

FAYE WALLACH, 91, of
West Bloomfield, died June
25. She leaves sons, Dr. Ed-
ward Ehrlich of Wisconsin,
David Ehrlich of Virginia;
stepdaughter and son-in-law,
Carolyn and Jerome Ash of
Detroit; four grandchildren;
two great-grandchildren.

Harriet Arnowitz

Harriet Welton Arnowitz, 69,
of Oak Park, died June 26.
She was a founding member
and past president of the Oak
Park Human Relations Com-
mittee and the Oak Park
Council of Community
Organizations, as well as
charter member of Beth
Shalom Synagogue, a foun-
ding member and officer of
Oak Park Friends of the
Library and chair of a peti-
tion drive for Oak Parkers for
Peace. She initiated a
clothing drive for refugees
from Hungary. She was active
with the Oak Park Arts and
Cultural Commission, the
Oak Park Clergy Council, the
Ethnic Task Force and the In-
stitute for Retired Profes-
sionals through the Jewish
Community Center. Mrs. Ar-
nowitz was the campaign
director for Janie Hart, active
with PFLAG — Parents and
Friends of Lesbians and Gays,
a member of the Triangle
Foundation and was ex-
ecutive director for
Workmen's Circle.
She leaves her husband,
Morris "Mickey"; sons and
daughters-in-law, Burt and
Joyce of Mill Valley, Calif.;
David and Debbie of Corte
Madera, Calif., Jonathan of
Amsterdam; daughter and
son-in-law, Rosanne and Dick
Arnowitz-Hoeft of Saline;
sisters and brothers-in-law,
Ruth Maldaver of Southfield,
Alice and Fred Maldaver of
West Bloomfield, Jean Goren;
brothers and sister-in-law,
Barney and Peggy Welton of
St. Petersburg, Fla., Milton
Welton; one grandson.

Correction

The June 25 obituary
listing for Gerald Katz
should have named as
survivors sister and
brother-in-law, Frances
and William Katz.

Harry Burstein

Dr. Harry S. Burstein, 88,. of
Southfield, died June 25. Dr.
Burstein was a physician in
family practice in Detroit for
64 years. He received his
medical degree from Detroit
College of Medicine (now
Wayne State University) and
was a partner of Burstein,
Burstein and Burstein Physi-
cians and Surgeons. He was
on staff at Grace Hospital
throughout his career. Dr.
Burstein was a member of
Phi Delta Epsilon Medical
Fraternity, Detroit Men's
ORT, Wayne County Medical
Society and the Michigan
Medical Society.
He leaves his wife, Ann
Grace Burstein; sons and
daughters-in-law, Alan and
Margery of Fayetville, N.Y.,
Richard and Gayle of Bloom-
field Hills, Harvey Grace of
Bloomfield Hills, Garry and
Martha Grace of Carlsbad,
Calif.; daughters and sons-in-
law, Didi and Dr. Steven
Wainess of Birmingham,
Nancie and Richard Vann of
LaJolla, Calif.; 12 grand-
children.

Edward Skully

Dr. Edward J. Skully, 83,
former Detroiter of West Palm
Beach, Fla., died June 23. Dr.
Skully was born in Flint. He
was a medical doctor and
surgeon in private practice in
Detroit for more than 51
years. He was on staff at
Saratoga Hospital in Detroit
and was the last living doctor
of the original staff at
Saratoga. He was a member
of the Wayne County Medical
Society and a life member of
the American Medical
Association.
He is survived by his wife,
Berdeen; sons and daughter-
in-law, Roger of Grosse Pointe,
Mark and Sharon York of Pin-
ckney, Mich.; daughter and
son-in-law, Dechario of
Geneseo, N.Y.; four grand-
children.

Israeli Named
To ILO Group

Geneva (JTA) — An Israeli
Druse has been elected to
the governing body of the
International Labor Organ-
ization as a deputy member
of the International Con-
federation of Free Trade
Unions.
Youssef Kara was elected
June 22 to the post for a
three- year term at the ILO's
annual conference.

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