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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-06-16

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OBITS page 134

Aronoff, Jacquelyn Aronoff and
Michael Kinsella, Nancy, April,
Mardi-Joe, Craig, Randi, Carl,
Dani, Stacy and Jeffrey Aronoff;
great-grandchildren, Emily and
Alex Kinsella; sister, Betty Case
of Oak Park; brothers and sis-
ters-in-law, Morton and Rose of
Calif., Isadore and Florence of
Southfield; sister and brother-
in-law, Sarah and Morton Weiss
of Calif. Interment at Mach-
pelah Cemetery. Memorial con-
tributions may be directed to the
Michigan Parkinson Founda-
tion, 3990 John R, Detroit, MI
48201. Arrangements by the Ira
Kaufman Chapel.

FLORENCE BARD, 76, of De-

troit, died June 12. She is sur-
vived by her husband, Joseph;
sons, Allen and Paul, both of De-
troit; daughters and sons-in-law,
Janice and Dr. Lary
Berkower of Southfield, Phyllis
and Sanford Schaap of South-
field; sisters and brothers-in-
law, Esther Moss of Southfield,
Eileen and Harry Milgrom of
Southfield, Norma and Edward
Meer of West Bloomfield; grand-
children, Tamara and Lawrence
Adler, Sarah and Dr. Martin Ko-
rnblum, David Berkower,
Michael and Mark Schaap.
Memorial contributions may be
directed to a charity of one's
choice. Interment at Clover Hill
Park Cemetery in Birmingham.
Arrangements through Hebrew
Memorial Chapel.

SELMA DUNSKY BECK, 72,

former Detroiter of Los Ange-
les, died June 10. She was the
beloved wife of the late Harold
B. Beck. She is survived by her
sons, Martin and Donald; four
grandchildren, all of Los Ange-
les; sisters, Rose Wolf and Es-
ther Dalbey of Southfield, Hilda
Silpson of Sun City, Calif.,
Sylvia Fisher and Anne Shook
of Columbia, S.C. Interment in
Los Angeles.

LAWRENCE S. BENSMAN,

67, of Farmington Hills, died
June 13. Mr. Bensman was the
owner and president of the
Ralph Bensman Insurance
Agency. He was a member of
the B'nai B'rith Motor City
Lodge, Mosaic Lodge, Temple
Israel Choir, past president of
the Michigan Association of
Health Insurance Underwriters
and was very active in Democ-
ratic politics. For 10 years, Mr.
Bensman was the host of "Se-
nior Spotlight" on WCAR, a ra-
dio talk show for the "chronical-
ly gifted" set.
Mr. Bensman is survived by
his wife, Barbara; daughters
and son-in-law, Cheryl and
Paul Rowe Bensman of .
Nashville, Tenn., Marcie of
New York; son, Daryl of Birm-
ingham; grandchildren, Alison
and Julie Rowe; brother and

president of the Beth Israel
Sisterhood several times, mem-
bership chair of Hadassah, one
of the first presidents of the lo-
cal ORT chapter. In 1979, she
wrote a cookbook of her fa-
vorite recipes and gave it to the
Beth Israel Sisterhood to sell;
the proceeds went to the shul.
The book was redone in 1991
and the proceeds were ear-
HYIVIAN "HY" B. GORDON,
marked to help abused chil-
92, of Bloomfield Hills, died
dren. Mrs. Ingber's expertise as
June 7. Mr. Gordon was a 50-
a baker had a part in what is
DR. ROBERT T. BIRN-
year founding member of Adat
now Zingerman's Delicatessen
Shalom Synagogue and a
DORF, 64, of Los Angeles for-
in Ann Arbor. For eight years
merly of Detroit, died June 7.
member of its men's club. He
she supplied cakes and pas-
He is survived by his wife, Vi-
received the Israel Prime Min-
tries; the deli even named a
vian; children, Rhoda, Shari
ister's Club Award as well as
and Steven Preiss; grandchild,
service awards from the City of sandwich after their baker.
Alexandra Preiss; sister and
Hope and the B'nai B'rith Cen- Among her other talents were
brother-in-law, Paula and Mar-
tury Club. Mr. Gordon was pre- rug hooking and oil painting.
Mrs. Ingber is survived by
tin Rosensweet. Interment at
sented with the B'nai B'rith
her husband, Abe; sons and
Mt. Sinai Memorial Park in Los Scroll of Honor for his "out-
daughters-in-law, Jeffrey and
Angeles. For information call
standing devotion to Jewish
Vicki of West Bloomfield, Paul
the Ira Kaufman Chapel.
life in our country and the
and Roberta of Farmington
State of Israel." He was also a
BERTHA SARAH BLET-
recipient of "The Man of Vision Hills; daughter and son-in-law,
Ricki and Gary Martin of
STEIN, 78, of West Bloomfield, Award" by the B'nai B'rith
Northridge, Calif; grandchil-
died June 10. She is survived
Foundation of the United
dren, Jason, Stacy and Michael
by her husband, Morris; son
States. Mr. Gordon was a
Ingber, David, Esther and
and daughter-in-law, Jack and
member of Perfection Lodge
Steven Ingber, Zachary,
Marcy of Farmington Hills;
and a Mason for over 60 years,
Joshua and Jamey Schneider-
daughter, Beverly of Lima,
achieving the 32nd degree.
With his late wife, Yetta, he do- man, Alexis Martin; brothers
Ohio; sisters and brother-
and sister-in-law, Donald and
in-law, Ida Dorenfeld, Ruth and nated a forest in Modin, Israel.
Vicki Blustein, Seymour Blus-
Martin Sigel, all of Malden,
In honor of their 60th anniver-
tein of Franklin; sisters and
Mass.; grandchildren, Charles,
sary a Torah scroll was donat-
brother-in-law, Jean and Art
ed to Adat Shalom Synagogue.
Deborah and Rachel
Greenwald of Oak Park, Edith
Bletstein. Memorial contribu-
Hy Gordon received many
tions may be directed to Con-
medals and awards for his ath- Marlow. Interment at Adat
Shalom Memorial Park. Memo-
gregation Shaarey Zedek B'nai
letic abilities as a professional
rial contributions may be di-
Israel Center. Interment at
bicycle and ice skating racer.
rected to Congregation Beth Is-
Clover Hill Park in Birming-
He was indeed proud of his
rael, 2000 Washtenaw, Ann
ham. Arrangements through
three holes-in-one in golf. He
Hebrew Memorial Chapel.
was a real estate developer and
investor and at various times
OBITS Page 132
owned and operated theaters,
EMMA FRANK, 97, of South-
convalescent and nursing facil-
field, died June 11. Mrs. Frank
was the beloved wife of the late
ities.
Ben Frank. She is survived by
Mr. Gordon was the beloved
her sons and daughters-in-law,
husband of the late Yetta Gor-
Samuel and Rose Mark of Oak
don. He is survived by his son
Park, Max and Carol of Farm-
and daughter-in-law, George
ington Hills, Samuel and Bun-
and Betty of Glencoe, Ill.;
ny of West Bloomfield, Jack
daughter and son-in-law, Mari-
and Beverly of San Diego;
lyn and Dr. Norman Schakne
The JCC
daughters and sons-in-law,
of Bloomfield Hills; brother and
hosts Fun &
Riva and Benesch Thatch of
sister-in-law, Jack and Sylvia
Fitness Day.
Walled Lake, Rose and Josh
of West Hartford, Conn.; sis-
Geller of Pittsburgh; 19 grand-
ters, Sarah Katz of Bloomfield,
children; 11 great-grandchil-
Conn., Grace Snyder of Meri-
dren. Memorial contributions
dan, Conn.; sisters-in-law, Sara
may be directed to Hillel Day
Gordon and Belle Michelson,
Torah puts
School or a charity of one's
both of Connecticut; grandchil-
curse on people
choice. Services and interment
dren, Mark and Rachelle Gor-
who gossip.
were held at Hebrew Memorial don, Rita Gordon, Robin and
Park. Arrangements through
Dr. Lawrence H. Lash, Susan
Hebrew Memorial Chapel.
and Allan Marion; great-grand-
son, Michael Gordon. Memorial
contributions may be directed
MORRIS "MIKE" GOLD-
JARC buddies
to Adat Shalom Synagogue or
SMITH, 72, former Detroiter
share their
of Laguna Hills, Calif , died
to a charity of ones's choice. In-
June 10. He is survived by his
terment at Adat Shalom
good fortune.
wife, Dorothy; sister and broth- Memorial Park Cemetery in
er-in-law, Dena and Irving
Livonia. Arrangements
Greenberg of Southfield; son
through Hebrew Memorial
and daughter-in-law, Norman
Chapel.
Sinai
and Marsha Spieler of Hidden
Hills, Calif.; daughter, Geral-
MOLLIE INGBER, 73, of Ann
doctor's
dine Spieler of Virginia; grand-
Arbor, died June 8. She was
ethics series.
children, Joshua Rotenberg,
very active in organiztions in
Full contents on page 3
the Ann Arbor area. She was
Stacey, Richard and Lauren

sister-in-law, Morris "Moe" and
Diana of West Bloomfield; sis-
ter and brother-in-law, Muriel
and Warren Zweigel of South-
field. Interment at Machpelah
Cemetery. Memorial contribu-
tions may be directed to the
Music Fund at Temple Israel,
5725 Walnut Lake Road, West
Bloomfield, MI 48323. Arrange-
ments by the Ira Kaufman
Chapel.

Spieler. Graveside services
were held at Adat Shalom
Memorial Park Cemetery in
Livonia. Contributions may be
made to Scleraderma Founda-
tion, Los Angeles Chapter, 8852
Enloe Ave., Garden Grove, CA
92644. Arrangements by the
Dorfman Funeral Direction.

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