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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-10-04

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YESHIVA BETH YEHUDAH

School for Boys • Beth Jacob School for Girls • Early Childhood Development Center
15751 W. Lincoln Drive • Southfield, Ml 48076 • (248) 557-6750
"The entire world is sustained by the Torah study of young children"

During the coining week, the students of Yeshiva Beth Yehudah
will study in memory of the following departed friends.
In addition, Kaddish will be said during the daily minyan.

vivor. He served as a volunteer for
meals on wheels.
Mr. Colton is survived by his
beloved wife of 50 years, Lisa
Colton; daughters, Elaine (Bruce)
Weingarten of Southfield, Debby
Vieder of Farmington Hills; son,
Tom (Marcy) Colton of
Farmington Hills;
grandchildren, Sean,
Jon, Ryan, Eric, Adam,
Jeffrey, Dana, Michael,
Adam, Jennifer and
Ho
Daniel; sister-in-law,
Shari Kovacs of Haifa,
Israel; grandchildren,
Sean, Jon, Ryan, Eric, Adam, Jeffrey,
Dana, Michael, Adam, Jennifer and
Daniel. He was the dear son of the
late Rozsi and the late Herman
Kohn, the late Rose and the late
Samuel Kreisman; brother of the
late Jeno Kovacs, the late Ilonka
Kohn and the late Paula Kohn;
beloved father of the late Gary
Colton.
Services were held at Hebrew
Memorial Chapel. Contributions
may be made to the American
Cancer Society or Deaf Community
Advocacy Network. Interment at
Hebrew Memorial Park.
Arrangements by Hebrew Memorial
Chapel.

MAURICE FOX, 81, of Beverly

Hills, died Sept. 24, 2002. He was a
furniture salesman.
Mr. Fox is survived by his wife,
Judith Fox; son and daughter-in-
law, Larry and Lynda Fox; daughters
and sons-in-law, Lee and Larry Sills
of Huntington Woods, Heidi and
Brian Flynn of Huntington Woods;
grandchildren, Ryan and Emily Sills,
Victoria and Taylor Flynn, James
and Robert Dublin; brother,
Benjamin Fox.
Contributions may be made to
Hospice of Michigan. Arrangements
by Ira Kaufman Chapel.

FREDERICK GREENHUT, 85, of
West Bloomfield, died Oct. 1, 2002.
He was a member of B'nai B'rith
Detroit Lodge, member of
Congregation B'nai Moshe
Synagogue and a former sales repre-
sentative for Randolph Surgical
Supplies.
Mr. Greenhut is survived by his
beloved wife, Lillian Greenhut; sons
and daughters-in-law, Kerry and
Elaine Greenhut of West
Bloomfield, Dr. Saul (Nancy Cronk)
Greenhut of Aurora, Colo.; daugh-
ter, Dr. Janet Greenhut of Ann

Arbor; grandchildren, David
Greenhut and fiancee, Dana
Hoffman, Rebecca Greenhut and
fiance, Steve Blaharski, Adam,
Jonathan and Jordan Greenhut,
Ariela and Nathaniel Gittlen.
Interment at Oakview Cemetery
in Royal Oak. Contributions may
be made to Congregation B'nai
Moshe, 6800 Drake Road, West
Bloomfield, MI 48322; Yad Ezra,
2850 W. 11 Mile, Berkley, MI
48072 or to a charity of one's
choice. Arrangements by Dorfman
Chapel.

IRVEN LEIDER, 81, of Oak Park,

died Sept. 27. He was born in
Poland and came to America in
1929. He was a graduate of Wilbur
Wright Technical
Academy in
Detroit and stud-
ied residential and
construction engi-
neering and man-
agement at Wayne
State University.
He served in the
U.S. Army in
Irven Leider
World War II and
he learned and
taught link training and instrument-
only flying.
Mr. Leider was a founding mem-
ber and first vice president of
Congregation Beth Shalom. He also
served on the synagogue's building
committee and was the volunteer
general contractor for its construc-
tion.
From the 1950s to the 1990s, Mr.
Leider was a general contractor and
builder of custom homes and major
subdivision developments.
He was a member of Take Off
Pounds Sensibly, B'nai B'rith, the
Jewish War Veterans, Knights of
Pythias and a fixture at the
Woodward Dream Cruise and the
Oak Park Fourth of July parade in
his 1941 Dodge.
He is survived by his wife of 52
years, Eileen (Schwartz) Leider; chil-
dren, Robert and Helene Leider,
Leslie and Janet Leider, Aaron
Leider, David and Darlene Leider;
grandchildren, Jonathon, Dana,
Becca, Joanie, Michael; sisters,
Schifra Leider Henry, Goldie
Reichstein, Edith (Dr. Milton)
Simmons. He was the son of the late
Max and Annie Leider; brother of
the late Mitchell Leider.
Contributions may be made to the
Eileen and Irven Leider Kiddush
Fund at Congregation Beth Shalom,

Tishrei 30 / October 6

Chesvan 2 / October 8

Chesvan 4 / October 10

Max B. Berent
Ida Bronstein
Richard Colby
Ida Freedman
Samuel Goodstein
Irving Gould
Rachel Lerman
Beatrice Morris
Bluma Rubin
Freda Sachs
Hirsch Saperstein

Yetta Benaderet
Simon Berman
Mary Berman
Sam Bernstein
Benjamin Eizelman
Lena Gittleman
Isadore Katz
Samuel Paul
Louis Sheftel
Earl Sobole
Mel Stumacher

Bessie Barak
Samuel Wolf Furman
Max Morton Kasoff
Isaac Katchke
Issie Richman
Sarina Rothbard

Chesvan 1 / October 7

Chesvan 3 / October 9

Sarah Carmen
Reuben Cottler
Tzvi Engelbaum
Blanche Freedman
Irving Goldfarb
Rolf Herz
Henry Hubert
Olga Keller
Dora Kramer
Max Lipson
Theodore Shaffer
Jacob Strom

Gertrude Brodsky
Jack M. Citron
Louis Goldsmith
Sarah Isser
Louis I. Kramer
Celia Rott
Libbie Schneider
Rebecca Siegel
Louis Topor
Jacob Warner
Hyman Wexler

Chesvan 5 / October 11

Ethel Baggleman
Philip Bloom
Pearl Caden
Sylvia Dean
Ellan Grossman
David Hirsch
Bessie Levin
Joseph Schreiber

Chesvan 6 / October 12

Rose Bielewich
Solomon Fischer
Regina Schey
Meyer D. Stein
Abraham Tkatch

The Family of

MERRILL KAHN

Would like eo express our thanks and appreciation to all our devoted family and many
friends for their love, support and generosity during our time of sorrow.

Bonnie, Ashlee, Erica, Randy

The Family of the Late

HENRY S. DORFMAN

Announces the unveiling of a monument in his memory
12 noon on Sunday, October 13, 2002,
at Clover Hill Cemetery.
Family and friends are invited to attend.

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Patti Shipp

expresses her sincere appreciation

IN LOVING MEMORY

for all the heartfelt sympathy and

SIDNEY L. BRAND

prayers extended to her during

October 10, 2001

the recent bereavement of her

loving mother

1)
• "Jeanne"
jeannee Levitt

We miss you.

Your loving family

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