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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-08-02

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Obituaries

Kever Avot — The Graves of our Ancesto

SOPHIE "SUNNIE" TAIT, 66, of
Ann Arbor, died July 28, 2002.
Prior to retirement in June, 2001,
she was a public school librarian.
Mrs. Tait was artaccomplished story-
teller, a recipient of the Washtenaw
County Council Literacy Award and
an original founding member of the
Schoolfolk Storytelling Group.
She was also a graduate of Wayne
State University with a bachelor's
degree in literature and a graduate of
the University of Wisconsin with a
master's degree in library science.
Mrs. Tait is survived by her hus-
band, Charles Tait; son, Michael
Tait; daughters and sons-in-law,
Elayna and Steven Weisel, Andrea
and Igal Razon; grandchildren,
Benjamin Shai, Jonathan Razon,
Jordan and Jeffrey Tait, Marty and
Aviva Weisel; brothers and sisters-in-
law, David Feinstein and Ann
Abrams-Feinstein, Eddie and Gloria
Baker Feinstein.
Interment at Beth Ahm Cemetery.
Contributions may be made to the
Tait Library Fund of Hebrew Day
School of Ann Arbor, c/o Lily Ladin,
1608 Morton, Ann Arbor 48104
and the Parkinson Support Group,
c/o Tom Houle, 121 South Franklin,
Dearborn, MI 48124. Arrangements
by Ira Kaufman Chapel.

"The warmth of remembrance makes each visit to the

cemetery special. During the High Holiday period, we

provide assistance to anyone who wishes to visit the

graves of a loved one."

Bringing Together Family, Faith & Community

Concert in the Park,
Sun, Aug 4, 2002,
7 pm at Scotia Park in
Huntington Woods
(Scotia and Lincoln).
Sponsored by The
Circle of Jewish Culture
(Workmen's Circle/Arbeter
Ring), Sholem Aleichem
Institute, City of
Huntington Woods, •
Jewish Community
Council's Rosen-Gold

24th Annual Yiddish
Concert in the Park
features The Yiddishe
Cup Klezmer Band,
Sun. Aug 4, 2002
7 pm at Scotia Park
in Huntington Woods

The Yiddishe Cup
Klezmer Band headlines
the 24th Annual Yiddish

Philanthropic Fund and
.Detroit Jewish News,
the event is free and
open to the public.
The concert promises
to be fun and great for
all ages. We dare you
not to dance!
Rain location is
Huntington Woods
Recreation Center.

For more info,
call (248) 545-0985

18325 West Nine Mile Rd., Southfield, MI 48075 • 248.569.0020 • 800.325.7105
www.itrakaufman.com

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LAWRENCE EARL WHITE, 72, of
Oak Park, died July 25, 2002.
He is survived by his wife, Shirley
Arbit White; son and daughter-in-
law, Rabbi Asher and Henna White
of Brooklyn, N.Y.; daughter and
son-in-law, Ronna and Maurice
Perlman of Oak Park; brother and
sister-in-law, Dr. Milton and Rita
White of Bloomfield Hills; sister,
Adeline Daien of Oak Park; mother-
in-law and father-in-law, Sharon and
Joseph Prawer; grandchildren, Dena,
Dovid, Alana, Naomi, Yossi, Chaya,
Mendy, Avremi, Shoshana,
Yocheved.
Mr. White was the loving father of
the late Dr. Sheldon C. White; dear
brother of the late Erwin White;
dear brother-in-law of the late
Charles Daien.
Interment at Hebrew Memorial
Park. Contributions may be made to
Yeshiva Beth Yehudah, P.O. Box
2044, Southfield, MI 48037 or
Yeshiva Darchai Torah, 21550 W.
Twelve Mile Road, Southfield, MI
48076. Services and arrangements by
Hebrew Memorial Chapel.

BEATRICE B. WIGLER, 83, of
Colonie, N.Y., died July 23. She was
born in Detroit, where she resided
for many years. She later moved to
Alexandria, Va., and had been a
Capital District area resident since
1954.
Mrs. Wigler was a diamond expert
and was employed by the former
Jewel Box Jewelry Store and Jaccard
Jewelers in the former Northway
Mall. She later was employed as a
department manager at Kovette's
department store and workd for a
time at Kinney Shoes, also in the
mall. During the 1970s, she was
employed at the Hilton Music Store
in the mall, where she won a free
trip to a training seminar in
California.
In her later years, Mrs. Wigler
worked with son Melvin and her late
husband, Bernard, in the operation
of their woodcraft and jewelry busi-
ness known as the Jewelry Galleries.
Mrs. Wigler is survived by her
sons, Melvin J. Wigler of New York,
Gerald Wiegler of Florida; grand-
children, Keith, Todd, Wendy and
April Wiegler.
Interment at Clover Hill Park
Cemetery. Contributions may be
made to a charity of one's choice.
Arrangements by Ira Kaufman
Chapel.

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Correction

The obituary of Harvey Fallen that
ran last week should have included
as survivors his sister and brother-in-
law, Tobi and Larry Fox of West
Bloomfield.

Photos Welcome

The Jewish News will be happy to pub-

lish photographs of the deceased in all
obituaries. There is no charge.
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as possible. Only the individual will be
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Jewish News by noon Tuesday to be
considered for that Friday's paper. To be
returned, all photographs must be
accompanied by a stamped, self-
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