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Southfield, Michigan 48075
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Jean Hollander, past chair-
man of the Southfield Arts Coun-
cil, died July 14.
"Jean was one of the moving
forces in planning cultural arts
for the city," said longtime friend
Larry Pernick. "She helped or-
ganize the Arts Council,
which was so effective that
when it was dissolved it
had to be replaced by a
whole department with a
Ann Pernick recalls that
Ms. Hollander was one who
"was unstinting in her de-
votion to the city. She was ex-
tremely generous with her time
Among Ms. Hollander's many
other involvements with city
functions were her positions as
past secretary of the Southfield
Board of Education and past
president of the secretarial union
of the Southfield Public Schools.
Ms. Hollander was a member of
Congregation Beth Achim and a
member of the Order of the Gold-
She is survived by her hus-
band, Martin W.; son and daugh-
She was devoted to
working for the
Southfield, died July 12. She
leaves her sons and daughter-in-
law, Cyril of Troy, Paul and So-
nia of Visalia, CA; daughter, Glo-
ria Perlmutter-Hecker of Boca
Raton, FL; brother and sister-in-
law, Jack and Maude Rumack of
Toronto; five grandchildren.
ter-in-law, Harvey and Jane
Smitt of Birmingham; daughter
and son-in-law, Marla Hollan-
der-Polott and Steve of Las Ve-
gas, Nev.; mother, Dorothy Sil-
verman of Southfield; brother
and sister-in-law, Stewart and
Sharon Silverman of Southfield;
WILLIAM A. GENSER, 89, for-
mer Detroiter of Aventura, Fla., c/\
died July 14. He is survived by a
son and daughter-in-law, Arthur
and Fern Genser of Farmington
Hills; daughters and son-in-law,
Beverly and Bernard Gold of
Bloomfield Hills, Sylvia Hollan-
der Devin of Boca Raton, Fla, An-
nette Leckart of Paris; 8 grand-
HARRY BUSSELL, 82, of children; 2 great-grandchildren.
Southfield, died July 13. He
leaves his wife, May; son and LEAH M. HANSHER, of Toron- L--/ \
daughter-in-law, Joel and Joan to, died July 17. She leaves her
of Southfield; daughter and son- sister, Rae Steinberg of South-
in-law, Judith and Manfred field; brother, Louis Williams of
Schmidt of Ann Arbor; son-in- Kinston, Ontario.
law, Bruce Datley; children, Bar-
bara and Bruce Hillman of Hunt- SAUL HERMAN, 79, formerly
ington Woods, Alex Martin of of Farrnin.gton Hills, of Orlando,
Beverly Hills, CA; 10 grandchil- Fla., died July 10. He is survived
by his wife, Helen; daughter and
dren; two great-grandsons.
son-in-law, Marilyn and Bob
SHIRLEY F. CUTLER, 90, of Varnberg of Oveida, Fla.; son and
Southfield, died July 18. She daughter-in-law, Harold and
leaves her son and daughter-in- Nancy of Sarasota Fla.; brother
law, Donald M. and Janice of and sister-in-law, Milton and Eve
Bloomfield Hills; four grandchil- of Gulfport, Fla.; seven grand-
dren; four great-grandchildren. children; four great-grandchil-
JOSEPH A. DORN, 62, former
Detroiter, of Miami, died July 14. MARION J. KRAMER, 73, of
He is survived by his wife, Flor- West Bloomfield, died July 14.
rine; son, Leslie; daughter, Deb- She leaves her husband, Irving
by, both of Fla.; sisters and broth- of West Bloomfield; daughters
ers-in-law, Sylvia and Sidney and son-in-law, Peggy Kramer of
Ravin of Southfield, Shirley and Ann Arbor, Rhonda and Robert
Jerry Robbins of Oak Park; fa- Helfand of Laguna Niguel, Calif.;
ther-in-law and mother-in-law, three grandchildren.
Ben and Ettie Weisman of Oak
Park; brother-in-law and sister- LILLIAN KRON, 74, of Livo-
in-law, Jerry and Nanci Weisman nia„ died July 17. She leaves her
nieces, Aji and Nina Kron of
of Farmington Hills.
Massachusetts; cousin, Irene Sof-
DORIS (DWORIN) GART- fin of Livonia.
MAN, 85, of Los Angeles, for-
merly of Detroit, died July 14. HAROLD LEVINE, 74, of West-
She is survived by her sister and land, died July 11. He is survived
brother-in-law, Nathan Salicoff; by a daughter, Jacquline Tripp of
brothers and sister-in-law, the Bronx, NY; 2 grandchildren.
Charles, Sam, Nate, Philip and
LEON MANDELL, 91, of De-
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