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April 14, 1995 - Image 153

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-04-14

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OBITS page 154

ell Funeral Home, 280 S. Main,

MAN, 66, of Franklin, died

April 6. Mr. Fishman was a
residential and commerical
builder and developer and the
former owner and partner of
Foarnade Industries that man-
ufactured polyurethane prod-
ucts. He also invented the nerf
disc and the giant nerf ball.
Mr. Fishman was the dear
brother of the late Molly Stross.
He is survived by his daughters
and sons-in-law, Terrie and
Rick Birndorf of Milford, Lori
and Henry Vecchioni; son and
daughter-in-law, David Fish-
man and Shelly Gold of West
Bloomfield; grandchildren, Alli-
son Birndorf and Taylor Vec-
chioni; brother and sister-in-
law, Sidney and Shirley Locke
of Huntington Woods and sister
and brother-in-law, Goldie and
Barney Hyman of Huntington
Woods. Interment at Adat
Shalom Memorial Park.
Memorial contributions may be
directed to the Crohn's and Col-
itis Foundation of American,
31313 Northwestern Highway,
Farmington Hills, MI 48334.
Arrangements by the Ira Kauf-
man Chapel.

GELLER, 58, of West Bloom-

field, died April 9. Mrs. Geller
was a real estate agent for Cen-
tury 21 Hartford. She also was
a former teacher and a member
of Temple Israel and its sister-
hood. Mrs. Geller is survived
by her husband, Howard;
daughters and sons-in-law,
Deborah and David of New
York, Stacey Lee and William
Distler of New York; son, Ben-
jamin Gideon Geller of Farm-
ington Hills; brothers, Michael
and Lewis Slepian. Interment
at Beth El Memorial Park
Cemetery. Memorial contribu-
tions may be directed to Temple
Israel Nursery School or to the
Multi-Media Center, 5725 Wal-
nut Lake Road, West Bloom-
field, MI 48322. Arrangements
by the Ira Kaufman Chapel.

DONNA S. GREEN, 61, of

San Marcos, Calif, died April 4.
She was born in Chicago and
worked as a travel agent. She
was associated with the Jewish
War Veterans of America, ORT
and Hadassah. She is survived
by her husband, Leonard; chil-
dren, Allen, Jaqi, Sandy (Vir-
ginia); brother and sister-in-
law, Howard and Alisa;
brother-in-law, Jerome Green-
burg of Detroit. Services were
held at Eternal Hills Mortuary
Chapel; interment at Eternal
Hills Memorial Park in Ocean-
side, Calif Donations may be
made to the American Cancer

JOSEFF, 82, of Bloomfield

Hills, died April 8. Mrs. Joseff
was active with MADD until
1991. She was the beloved wife
of the late Louis Lerner. Mrs.
Joseff is survived by her hus-
band, Norman Joseff; daugh-
ters, Marilyn Chernoff of
Bloomfield Hills, Elaine Glad-
stone of Southfield; grandchil-
dren, Rochelle Chernoff, Bar-
bara Chernoff, Jerold Chernoff,
Deborah and Lisa Gladstone;
brother, Max Klein; sister,
Dorothy Kallush of Oak Park.
Interment at Machpelah Ceme-
tery. Memorial contributions
may be directed to the Jewish
Family Service Windows Pro-
gram, 29699 Southfield Road,
Southfield, MI 48076. Arrange-
ments by the Ira Kaufman

Longboat Key, Fla., formerly of
Detroit, died April 6. Mr. King
is survived by his wife,
Shirleen; daughters and son-in-
law, Margo and Douglas Hy-
man of Davisburg, Mich., Ellen
King of Washington, D.C.; sis-
ter and brother-in-law, Shirley
and David Wolk of Farmington
Hills; sister-in-law, Goldie King
of West Bloomfield. For further
information call the Ira Kauf-
man Chapel.


93, of Oak Park, died April 6.
Mrs. Klein was the beloved wife
of the late Ralph Naftaly and
the late Sam Klein. She is sur-

OBITS page 152

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