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January 27, 1995 - Image 151

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-01-27

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the Air Force Association and
honorory lt. colonel. During Worl
War II, he was a member of the
Photographic War Services Divi-
sion of the United States Army.
He was also a former member of
Perfection Lodge 486 F & AM,
B'nai B'rith and the Oddfellows.
Mr. Fayne was the co-founder of
Hamilton, Miller, Hudson and
Fayne Travel Corporation as well
as the former owner of Jules
Fayne Photography. He was the
dear brother and brother-in-law
of the late Emma and Oscar Adel-
son. Mr. Fayne is survived by his
wife, Rose Fayne, sons and
daughters-in-law, Ronald and
Linda Fayne of Bloomfield Hills
and Michael and Susan Fayne of
Bloomfield Hills; daughter and
son-in-law, Wendy and David
Glaser of West Bloomfield; grand-
children, Nikki, Tony, Kimber-
ley, Jennifer and Adam Fayne
and sister and brother-in-law,
Tillie and Leon Frankel. Inter-
ment at Adat Shalom Memorial
Park.. Memorial contributions
may be directed to American
Heart Association, 16310 West
12 Mile Road, Southfield, Mi
48076; the American Cancer So-
ciety, 29350 Southfield Road,
Suite 110, Southfield, Mi 48076;
and the Jewish Federation of
Metropolitan Detroit, 6735 Tele-
graph Road, Bloomfield Hills, MI
48301. Arrangements by the Ira
Kaufman Chapel.

Road, Southfield, Mi 48075.
Arrangements by the Ira Kauf-
man Chapel.

MAX M. GLAEDEY, 78, of Tuc-
son, Ariz., died Dec. 29. He was
retired from the auto electric busi-
ness and was a volunteer for
Score and active in Masons. He
is survived by- his wife, Irene
(Pont) Glaedey; son, Mark;
daughter-in-law, Debbie; and
grandson, Jason. Also survived
by brother and sister-in-law,
Louis and Kay Topor, brother Er-
win E. Glaedey; and several
nieces and nephews. Interment
in Tucson, Ariz.

GREENBERG, 94, of Philadel-
phia, Pa., died Jan. 18. She was
the beloved wife of the late Lewis
S. She is survived by sons and
daughters-in-law, Dr. Stanley and
Janet of Bingham Farms, Dr.
Marvin and Dorothy of Riviera
Beach, Fla., granddaughters, Lau-
rel of Boston, Mass., Lisa of Nan-
tucket, Mass., and Holly of Chica-
go. Interment in Philadelphia.

of West Bloomfield, died Jan. 22.
Mrs. Golding was an elementary
teacher in Detroit for 22 years and
also worked with the Headstart
Program. She is survived by her
husband of 4 1/2 years, Jeffrey
Golding, sons, David Rhoese and
Mark Golding; daughter, Julie
DAVID E. FLAYER, 90, of Golding, mother, Minnie Klein of
Southfield, died Jan. 19. Mr. Farmington Hills; father,
Flayer was an attorney, the as- Emanuel Klein of Arizona and sis-
sistant chief of the Civil Division ter and brother-in-law, Cheryl and
of the Wayne County Prosecutors Mort Racklin of Southfield. In-
Office and was the owner of sev- terment at Beth El Memorial
eral movie theaters. He is sur- Park Cemetery. Memorial con-
vived by his wife, Althea Flay- tributions may be directed to the
er. Interment at Clover Hill Park American Cancer Society, 29350
Cemetery. Memorial contribu- Southfield Road, Suite 110, South-
tions may be directed to Hadas- field, MI 48076. Arrangements by
sah, 5030 Orchard Lake Road, the Ira Kaufman Chapel.
West Bloomfield, MI 48323.
Arrangements by the Ira Kauf- ROSE GRETCHKO GOLD-
man Chapel.
SMITH, 96, of West Bloomfield,
died Jan. 22. Mrs. Goldsmith
DIANA GINSBERG, 89, of was active with numerous senior
North Miami Beach, Fla., died citizen groups at the Jewish Com-
Jan. 22. Mrs. Ginsberg was the munity Center as well as their
wife of the late Samuel Ginsberg, Writers Corner. She is survived
loving sister of the late William, by her son and daughter-in-law,
Benjamin and Martin Ginsberg. Dr. Seymour and Ilene Gretchko
She is survived by her daughters of West Bloomfield; grandchil-
and sons-in-law, Frances and Her- dren, Allan and Christine
man Broder of Boca Raton, Fla., Gretchko, Steven and Lisa
Hilda and Albert Ginns of South- Gretchko and Susan Gretchko;
field, Jacqueline Gibb of South- great-grandchildren, Andrew and
field and Beverly and Gerald David. Interment at Beth Tefi-
Viedrah of West Bloomfield; 26 lo Emanuel Cemetery. Memor-
grandchildren, 27 great-grand- ial contributions may be directed
children, two great-great-grand- to Prentis Federation Apart-
children; sister and brothers-in- ments, 26051 Lahser Road,
law, Dorothy Swartz of Toronto, Southfield, MI 48034; and JARC,
Ontario and Elizabeth and Irving 28366 Franklin Road, Southfield,
Wolfstadt of Downsview, Ontario; MI 48034. Arrangements by the
sisters-in-law and brothers-in-law, Ira Kaufman Chapel.
Ceil Silverman, Roslyn and Her-
man Kaufman and Fay Ginsberg. ALICE HERMAN, 65, of De-
Interment at Adat Shalom Memo- troit, died Jan. 18. Ms. Herman
rial Park. Memorial contributions was the supervisor of foreign lan-
may be directed to the Jewish Na- guages for the Detroit Public
tional Fund, 17100 West Ten Mile OBITS page 152

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