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January 20, 1995 - Image 222

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-01-20

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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.

Mollie Hoffman
Reizel Kertes
Samuel Neimark
Bessie Radner
Ernest Weinberg
Irving Weissman
Samuel Yagoda
Som Zirulnik
Abraham Balker
Rachel Glazer
Ida Goldschlag
David Lowenthal
Benjamin Miller
Meyer Robiner
Bessie Schechter
Bernard Schwartz
Bertha I. Shipp
Robert Hermon Singer
Albert Stein
Samuel H. Woinger
Morris Weiner
Mamie Zirulnik
Fannie (Blonder) Blinder
Samuel Carmen
Morse Cohen
May Cohn
Sol Copin
Betty Dobbs
Anna R. Goldberg
Lawrence N. Keller
Annette M. Kunick
Soroh Soltsmon

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Fanny Ann Smith
Edward Bunin
Anna Dora Dinkin
Devorah Goldfarb
Esther Grinwald
Lena Hottanon
Jennie Mondelbaum
Pearl Rottenberg
Ben Weinstock
Tillie Feldman
Sarah Goldman
Mendel Simon
Nathan Bakalar
Harry Neil Brodsky
Waif Cohen
Esther Glicksmon
Rivo Gula
Selma (Sadie) Levine
Theodore Lipman
Leon Meckler
Jennie Shore
Leon J. Simon
Geoffrey I. Spector
Fannie Yoker
Fanny Bokhout
Ernest H. Choyet
Melvin Earl Duchan
Sophie Engelman
Saralee Gordon
Ruben Grevnin
Rose Hershman
Rudolf Rib

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YESHIVA BETH YEHUDAH

15751 West Lincoln Drive
Southfield, Michigan 48076

SALLY ALLAN ALEXANDER
SCHOOL FOR GIRLS

14390 W. 10 Mile Road
Oak Park, Michigan 48237

"Continuing

to care from
generation to
generation..."

Mark E. Klinger
Managing Funeral Director

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

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Hebrew
Memorial
Chapel

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26640 Greenfield Rd.
Oak Park, MI 48237

(810) 543-1622
1-800-736-5033

Three Generations of Caring

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Directors of Funerals
18325 W. Nine Mile Road.
Southfield, M148075
Telephone (313) 569-0020
Outside Michigan 1-800-325-7105

Mae Brooks, 85, of West Bloom- grandchildren, Allen, Ted, Neil,
field, died Jan. 10. Mrs. Brooks Jodi, Alexander, Joanne, Jason,
was a founding member of Adat Mark, Brett and Mallorie.
Shalom Synagogue. She was ac- Graveside services were held at
tive with the Ladies Aesculapi- Adat Shalom Cemetery, Livo-
an Pharmaceutical Association,
Eastern Star, B'nai B'rith, Adat
She was active in
Shalom Sisterhood and Detroit
Retail Druggist Association.
Jewish groups.
She was the beloved wife of the
late Alex Brooks, a pharmacist.
She is survived by her sons and nia. Contributions can be made
daughters-in-law, Chuck S. and to a charity of one's choice.
Teresa of Southfield, Marvin Arrangements by the Dorfman
and Lynn of Sliver Spring, Md.; Funeral Direction.

Founded 1914

Administration Office: 557-6750

YESHIVA BETH YEHUDAH
SCHOOL FOR BOYS

Mae Brooks

BESS ENTNER CARP, 73, of
Farmington Hills, died Jan. 12.
Mrs. Carp was a womens and ju-
niors clothing buyer for B. Siegel.
She was the beloved wife of the
late Dr. Joseph Carp. Mrs. Carp
is survived by her daughter, Nick-
ie Glasser of Farmington Hills;
sons and daughter-in-law, Stu-
art Lezell of West Bloomfield,
Mark and Gerry Lezell of Mary-
land; daughters and sons-in-law,
Judi and Dr. Frederic Frank and
Ava and Dr. Gary Gossinger, all
of Florida; grandchildren, Ivan,
Amy and Deborah Glasser, Sta-
cy, Steven and Stephanie Lezell,
Mira and David Lezell, Ryan, Re-
nee and Rusty Frank, Michelle
and Lauren Gossinger, Randee
and Debby Carp; and sister,
Sarah Zlatkin of Oak Park. In-
terment at Clover Hill Park
Cemetery. Arrangements by the
Ira Kaufman Chapel.

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Lyndsee Epstein; great- grand-
children, Daniel, Jacob, Joshua,
Catlin, Jonathan and Michael;
brother and sister-in-law, Lester
and Annabelle Epstein of Cali-
fornia. Interment at Adat Shalom
Memorial Park. Arrangements
by the Ira Kaufman Chapel.

and grand-nephews. Contribu-
tions may be directed to a chari-
ty of one's choice. Interment at
Workmen's Circle Cemetery (Yid-
dish Folks Farein section).
Arrangements through Hebrew
Memorial Chapel.

DR. JACK M. KAUFMAN, 73,
of Delray Beach, Fla., formerly of
Birmingham, passed away Jan.
10. His career encompassed 40
years of cardiology and internal
medicine until his retirement in
1988. He was a member of the
Oakland County Medical Society,
American Medical Society, Fel-
low of American College of Physi-
cians, and Fellow of American
College of Cardiology and Detroit
Heart Club. He was a former
chief of cardiology and internal
medicine of Harper Hospital and
former chief of cardiology at
Beaumont Hospital. He was ad-
junct professor of clinical medi-
cine at the Wayne State Univer-
sity College of Medicine. Dr.
Kaufman published over 30 med-
ical articles and was in the fore-
front of treating heart disease
with diet and exercise. He served
as chairman of the Jewish Wel-
fare Federation at the DelAire
Country Club in Florida, where
he lived in retirement. He had
been a member of Congregation
Shaarey Zedek and Knollwood
Country Club during his years in
Michigan. He is survived by his
wife, Sheryl; daughters, Lisa
Lapides and Lori Gritz; grand-
sons, Sean, Eli and Daniel.

BENJAMIN GOLDSTEIN, 73,
of Oak Park, died Jan.16. He is
survived by son and daughter-in-
law, Mitchell and Marcy Gold-
stein of Bloomfield Hills; broth-
ers and sister-in-law, Hyman of
Farmington Hills, Marvin and
Elaine of Farmington Hills; sis-
ters and brother-in-law, Nettie
Brenner of Southfield, Bernice
and Al Weinstein of Scottsdale,
Ariz.; nieces and nephews; grand-
nieces and grand-nephews. Con-
tributions may be directed to the
Juvenile Diabetes Foundation or
a charity of one's choice. Inter- SAUL LIEBEROFF, 98, of
ment at Westwood Cemetery. Southfield, died Jan. 12. He is
Arrangements
through Hebrew survived by many nieces,
ELIZABETH "LIBBY" BEI-
nephews and cousins. Contribu-
GLER CROLL, 87, of West Memorial Chapel.
tions may be made to a charity of
Bloomfield, died Jan. 11. Mrs.
one's choice. Graveside services
Croll was the beloved wife of the EVA GREENFIELD, 71, for- were
held at Hebrew Memorial
mer
Detroiter
of
Tamarac,
Fla.
late Dr. Leo John Croll and Dr.
Park.
Arrangements by the Dorf-
Sidney Beigler. She is survived died Jan. 13. She is survived by man Funeral Direction.
her
husband,
George;
a
son,
Mark
by her daughters and son-in-law,
Elissa Hepner of New Mexico, of Detroit and the late Gary RUTH MERETSKY, 85, of
MaryAnn "Mickey" and Martin Greenfield; daughter, Maria of Windsor, died Jan. 17. She is sur-
Fine of Kentucky; grandchildren, Farmington Hills; brother and vived by a daughter, Judie
Michael and Wendy Hepner, Jef- sister-in-law, Jack and Celia Co- LaBret of Bloomfield Hills; a
frey "Duffy" Hepner, Susan and han of Oak Park; grandchildren; daughter-in-law, Bella Meretsky
Bill Bell, Marcie and Scott Stem, Sandra, Jessica and Lance. Do- of Israel; nine grandchildren and
Sally Fine, Steven and Robin nations may be directed to any
Fine; great-grandchildren, heart or cancer fund, or to a char- six great-grandchildren.
Christopher, Sunny, Jacob, ity of choice. Interment at Adat
OPENGEYM, 105,
Jonathan, Justin, Matthew; sis- Shalom Memorial Park. Arrange- TATIANA
of
Oak
Park,
died Jan. 15. She is
ter and brother-in-law, Miriam ments through Hebrew Memor- survived by sons
and daughters-
and Amson Tabor of Farmington ial Chapel.
in-law,
Anton
and
Sarah of Oak
Hills. Mrs. Croll is also survived
Park, Max and Frida of Oak
89,
of
Oak
Park,
FAE
HELLEN,
by Edwina Davis and Alan and
Park; five grandchildren, Slavia,
Sandra Croll. Interment at Wood- died Jan. 14. Mrs. Hellen was the Sonia, Bronya, Ben, Raya; eight
beloved
wife
of
the
late
Ben
mere Cemetery. Arrangements
Hellen and mother of the late great-grandchildren. Contribu-
by the Ira Kaufman Chapel.
Betty Dobbs and sister of the late tions may be directed to Birm-
ingham Temple. Interment at
MORRIS EPSTEIN, 73, of Sadie Saferstein and Harry Park. Clover Hill Park. Arrangements
She
is
survived
by
her
sisters
and
Southfield, died Jan. 16. Mr. Ep-
Hebrew Memorial
stein was a retail dry goods and brothers-in-law, Lillian and Max through
Chapel.
Beal
of
Farmington
Hills,
Loret-
housewares salesman. He is sur-
vived by his wife, Shirley Epstein, ta and Barney Limond of Miami, JENNY REIDER, 65, former
sons and daughter-in-law, Rod- Fla.; sister-in-law, Eleanor Park; Detroiter of Valley Village, Calif.,
ney S. and Karen Epstein of War- grandchildren, Carol Ann Dob- died Dec. 23. She is survived by
ren, Mark S. and Donna Epstein son, Barbara Dobbs, William her husband, Sol; daughters and
of Grand Rapids; grandchildren, Dobbs; one great-granddaughter; son-in-law, Alissa and Scott Mc-
Bruce and Cheri, Paul, Tina, Car- two great-great grandsons; nieces Cracken of Chatworth, Calif.,
rie, David, Jeremy, Staci and and nephews and grand-nieces OBITS page 164

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