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May 26, 1995 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-05-26

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Cranbrook Memorial
For Evan Shapiro

ALAN HITSKY ASSOCIATE EDITOR

hen 18-year-old Evan
Shapiro died last fall of
cancer, scores of teen-
agers attended his fu-
neral and comforted his parents
at the shiva.
The Shapiros will never forget
their kindness. The couple es-
tablished several funds to help
teens in Evan's name. A B'nai
B'rith Youth Organization $1,000
scholarship was awarded in De-
cember to help Gregg Finegood
of Oak Park attend BBYO lead-
ership and Judaism programs in
Starlight, Pa., this summer.
The University of Michigan is
considering establishing an Evan
Shapiro cancer-research fund.
And on June 10, Cranbrook
Kingswood school will hold its an-
nual memorial service, honoring
Evan and other alumni who have
died in the last year. At the ser-
vice, the Evan Shapiro Award for
Academic Excellence will be an-
nounced. The $500 award will be
given to a 10th-grader, said Ar-
lyce Seibert, head of Cranbrook
Kingswood's upper school, be-
cause Evan always helped un-
derclassmen.
"This is very unusual, but
Evan had a tremendous legacy
at this school," Ms. Seibert said.
"It was a deep loss. The students
and faculty were so close to him.
He was so bright, so charismat-

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ic, so kind and sensitive to every-
body."
Eva Shapiro, Evan's mother,
is administrator at Temple Israel.
In addition to the projects estab-
lished by Eva and Ray Shapiro,
the temple's Couples Club creat-
ed a college scholarship in Evan's
memory.
The June 10 ceremony at
Cranbrook will stir different emo-
tions for the Shapiros: the bitter
memories of Evan's death and the
recollections of the lives he
touched.
"Our family's coming in," Ms.
Shapiro said. "We view this
as a nice way to remember Evan."

The memorial program will be
held 3 p.m. June 10 in the Alum-
ni Courtyard at Cranbrook
Kingswood.

Students Say
lye' To School

JILL DAVIDSON SKLAR STAFF WRITER

o Temple Israel's high-
school students, the last
day of school meant more
than "No more teachers, no
more books."
It also meant saying good-bye

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