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March 15, 1996 - Image 222

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1996-03-15

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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.

Morris Bolonsoff
Yetta Weinstein
Rebecca Abel
Isaac August
Louis Dzodin
Nathan Grunt
Max Newman
Frances Cutler
Rose Kaner
Tzeitel Schmidel
Leonard Finkel
Samuel E. Gottlieb
Frank Greenwald
Sam Levine
Louis Patlow
Jack Pinchuk
Abraham Riskin
Abe Schwartz
Goldie Schweitzer
Max Spoon
Max Frazein
Bella M. Rabinovitch
Essie Rosenbloom
Martha Garfinkel
Rose Katz
David Pessman
Pearl Stein
Benjamin Sussman
Misho Bickoff
Rebecca Cohen
Mary Ernstein
Sarah Sherwin
Adolph Bassin
Lisa Birman
Goldie A. Delidow
Thelma Golob
Anne Kosins
Lillian Pitkowsky
Herman Schultz

ADARI

MARCH

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ADARI

Minnie Shroger
Hannah Usher

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NISSAN

Lea Ferrer
Louis Gladstone
Salomon Marx
Dr. Charles Ornstein
Berta Palmon
Annie Sarko
Harvey Phillip Sherman
Sara Siegel
Rose Smith
Morris Snyder
Sam Turkel
Jack Barck
Paul Alan Berent
Moshe Bordoley
Jacob Fleishman
Albert h. Friedman
Doris Hallo
Fern Kunick
Eva Leach
Isadore E. Lichtenstein
Joseph Linder
Sadie Moehlman
Robert Benjamin Novitz
Sadie Rosenthal
Dr. Harold Rowe
Imre Weiss
Laura Burns
Manie Cohen
Isaac Goldstein
Philip Gordon
Sylvia Holtzman
Harry Rimar
Rachel Seyburn
Rabbi Ephraim F. Shapiro
Jack Sklar
Charles Williams

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Rose Greenberg,
Gave Service With Love

Rose Greenberg, 83, of West Bloomfield, died Outstanding Service Award in 1980. At the
hospital, she was elected a member of the
March 12.
Mrs. Greenberg attended Wayne Universi- board of trustees and served on the Patient
ty and Detroit Business College as well as the Care - House and Refurbishing Committee.
Mrs. Greenberg's other involvements in-
Detroit Conservatory of Music and Arts.
cluded leadership roles with
She was vitally active in
the Michigan Hospital Associ-
many communal activities.
ation and American Hospital
She served as president of the
Association. Her affiliation
Youth Education League, a
with the Jewish Welfare Fed-
group which assisted indigent
eration included serving on
children; vice president and
several committees, the board
then president of the Temple
of trustees and the executive
Israel Sisterhood. Also at
board. -
Temple Israel, Mrs. Green-
Her community involvement
berg was responsible for the
extended to the American Jew-
fund-raising Dedication Vol-
ish Congress, Detroit Round
ume, furnishing the new sanc-
Table, Jewish Community
tuary, serving on the board of
Council, National Council of
trustees for 14 years and
Jewish Women and City of
teaching dramatics in the re-
Hope among others.
ligious school.
Mrs. Greenberg was the
Mrs. Greenberg was a
beloved wife of the late William
promiment member of the
Greenberg. She is survived by
Sinai Hospital Guild and also
Rose Greenberg
her son, Joseph J. of La Jolla,
served the hospital in several
Calif.; grandchildren, Lynne
capacities. Most notably, she
was founding treasurer and later president of and Dr. Jeffrey Obron, Adam Greenberg;
the Sinai Hospital Guild. It was with her pro- great-grandchildren, Elyse and Jacob Obron.
motion and coordination that the Service With Interment at Machpelah Cemetery. Contri-
Love program developed and flourished. This butions may be made to the William P. and
volunteer outreach program provided tele- Rose Love Greenberg Service With Love Fund,
phone contact, resource information and fol- Sinai Hospital, 6767 W. Outer Drive, Detroit,
low-up service to more than 500 clients daily. MI 48325. Arrangements by Ira Kaufman
For her efforts, she was awarded the guild's Chapel.

NATHAN BARRIS, 63, of
West Bloomfield, died March
10. Mr. Barris was a retired in-
surance agent for Metropolitan
Life and owner of Tri County
Insurance. He was the loving
brother of the late Manuel Bar-
ris and the late Tillie Kushner
and the dear brother-in-law of
the late Frieda Barris.
Mr. Barris is survived by his
wife, Davida; son and daughter-
in-law, Sanford and Amy of
White Lake; daughters and son-
in-law, Aviva "Audrey" Barris
Rider of Oak Park, Judith and
Bruce Herman of West Bloom-
fied; grandchildren, Aaron,
Gayle, Kelsey and Neil Barris,
Benyomin and Sarah Raizel and
Esther Rider and Eliana Her-
man; brothers and sister-in-law,
Seldon and Birdie of Merit Is-
land, Fla., Leo of Walled Lake;
brother-in-law and sister-in-law,
Max and Alice Kushner.
-Interment at Clover Hill
Park Cemetery. Contributions
may be made to the Karmanos
Cancer Institute, 18831 West
12 Mile Road, Lathrup Village,
MI 48076-9806; or the Michi-
gan Heart Association, 16310
West 12 Mile Road, Southfield,
MI 48076. Arrangements by
the Ira Kaufman Chapel.

LILLIAN BERNSTEIN, for-

mer Detroiter of Del Mar,
Calif., died Feb. 15. She is sur-
vived by her husband, Charles;
children, Glenn and Ruth
Doolittle, Sol and Helene
Mendelson; grandchildren, Tra-
cy and Natalie Gittleman,
Randy and Craig Mendelson;
sisters, Ann Rauch, Clara
Brooks, Hilda Fershtman, of
Southfield; brothers and sister-
in-law, Al Tobes, Boris and
Rena Tobes of Bloomfield Hills.

ANNE1 .1E BERRY, 94, of

Huntington Woods, died March
8. Mrs. Berry was a member
and former treasurer of Hadas-
sah. She was the beloved wife
of the late Joseph G. Berry.
Mrs. Berry is survived by her
son and daughter-in-law, Mil-
ton and Vivian of Huntington
Woods; daughters and sons-in-
law, Pearl and Robert Solomon
of Southfield, Millicent Berry of
Huntington Woods, Jane and
Jack Solomon of Huntington
Woods; grandchildren, Nancy
and Robert Schostak, Joan and
Richard Litwin, Linda and Carl
Bunin, Donna Solomon and
Brad Ginn, Charles Solomon

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