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November 08, 2002 - Image 164

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-11-08

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Our Heartfelt Condolences to
the Families We have Served

LENA BLOOM
Interment:
Hebrew Memorial Park Cemetery

From Generation To Generation

WARREN DAVID KAUFFMAN:
Officiating Rabbi: Elliot Pachter of
Congregation B'nai Moshe
Officiating Cantor:
Earl Bends of Congregation Bnai Moshe
Interment:
Hebrew Memorial Park Cemetery

When Care Is So
Vital and Cost A
Concern

ROSE EFROS
Officiating Rabbi: Daniel Nevins of
Adat Shalom Synagogue
Officiating Cantor Howard Glantz of Adat
Shalom Synagogue
Interment Hebrew Memorial Park Cemetery

BERNARD HOLLANDER
Officiating Rabbi: 'Noel Sperka of
B'nai Israel-Beth Yehuda
Interment Nusach Hari Cemetery

BERNARD SOMMER
Officiating Rabbi: Elliot Pachter of
Congregation Wriai Moshe
Interment Oakview Cemetery

FANYA PLAVNIK
Interment Mt. Hope Cemetery

IRVING M. LAYMAN
Interment Nusach Hari Cemetery

FLORENCE EDITH SEEDBERG
Officiating Rabbi:
Daniel Syme of Temple Beth. El
Interment: Workmen's Circle
(Yiddish Folks Farein)

BERNICE SHEMANO
Interment:
Mt. Tatnalpais in California

Robert H. Bodzin,
Funeral Director

SERVING ALL
CEMETERIES

FOR
COMPASSIONATE
ASSISTANCE IN
A TIME OF NEED,
PLEASE CALL

(248) 543-1622

1-800-736-5033
(Outside Michigan)

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Rabbi I3oruch E. Levin,
Executive Director

Mark'Klinger and Robert Bodzin,
Licensed Funeral Directors

628860

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 Toruh study of young children"

During the coming 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.

Kislev 5 / November 10

Alexander Diskin
Meyer. Freedman

Kislev 6 / November 11

Eva Averbuch
Jack Ben-Joseph
Joseph Feldman
Fannie Freid
Harry M. Krugel
Julius Ruda
Bernard Shulman
Betty Steinman
Louis Yaffe

Kislev 7 1November 12

Nathan C. Manela
Abraham Price
Shirley Janet Segerman
Seymour T. Smith
Max Stern
Marian Zuk

Kislev 8 1November 13

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2002

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W. Chodoroff
Stanley Gelfund

Richard Gooel
Charles G. Halpert
.
Bessie Kunin
Louis Langwald
Ernest Levi
Florence Pollack
Lillie Spector
Albert Sufferin

Kislev 9 / November 14

Anna Rose Araten
Barbara Galens
Philip Gerszkop
Lenka Herskovic
Malvina Stone Lewis
Rena Silver
Lillian Victor

Kislev 10 / November 15

Pearl Aronoff
Alex Cohen
Maurice I. Davis
Joseph Deutsch
Joseph Gorman
Sam Horowitz
Lillian Levitin

Michael Nosanchuk
Perel Schwartz
Rose Hannah Solomon
Isidore Sosnick

Kislev 11 / November 16

Hyman M. Beale -
Howard Stanley Bennett
Harry Brown
Rose Diskin
Arthur Engel
Albert Goldstone
Rabbi Shraga Faitel Kahana
David Katler
Charles Katz
Charles A. Komer
Fanny Langwald
Irving Rochman
Sol Ryback
Jeanette Schloss
Victor Seyburn
Frank Skolnik
Zinaida Solomakhina
Mary Stahl

Hospital, Jewish
Librarian's Club and
Friends of
Interlochen.
Mrs. Klein is sur-
vived by her hus-
band, Samuel Klein;
daughters and sons-
in-law, Rosemary •
Harriett Klein
and Robert Lee of
Novi, Kay-Ellen and
Robert Murphy of
Bloomfield Hills; grandchildren,
James Robert Lee, Jillian Murphy,
Diana Murphy, Catherine and
Jeffrey Wensorski, Cynthia and
Martin Betley; great-grandchildren,
Kenneth Lee, Kristen Betley, Martin
Betley; sisters-in-law and brothers-
in-law, Harry "Fritz" and Judy
Fridson, Madelyn and Julius
Greenstone, Rose Taksier Jones and
Robert Jones. She was the dear sister
of the late Alice Fridson.
Interment at Clover Hill Park
Cemetery. Contributions may be
made to a charity of one's choice.
Arrangements by Ira Kaufman
Chapel.

ETHEL FEINSTEIN LEVY, 91,

former Detroiter of Gainesville, Fla.,
died Sept. 28. She attended
Highland Park High School and
Wayne Sate University.
Mrs. Levy was a past president of
the Maimonides Medical Auxiliary,
Hadassah and B'nai B'rith Pisgah
Chapter. She also was a member of
Adat Shalom Synagogue. In recogni-
tion of her community service as
president of the Roundtable of
Christians and Jews, Mrs. Levy was
presented with the Heart of Gold
award by the mayor of Detroit.
She enjoyed creating stories for
children, and her tales of Mark
Sirhosa served children as an impor-
tant vehicle for building positive
self-image.
In Gainesville, she and her hus-
band were members of Congregation
B'nai Israel and were active members
of the Jewish community.
Mrs. Levy is survived by her son
and daughter-in-law, Norman and
Roslyn Levy of Gainesville; daugh-
ter, Rhoda Sue Levy of Woodenville,
Wash.; grandchildren, Deborah and
Steven of New York City, David of
Boston, Kenneth and Melanie
Warfield Levy of Washington, D.C.,
Colin and Heather Mellen Derieg of
Carnation, Wash.; great-grandchil-
dren, Cassidy Rae Derieg, Maxwell
Robert Levy. She was the loving wife
of the late Dr. Marvin B. Levy.

Interment at the Jewish Cemetery in
Gainesville. Contributions may be
made to Maimonides Medical
Auxiliary, Hadassah or B'nai B'rith.

BRYON HARRIS LLOYD, 82, for-
mer Detroiter of Tucson, Ariz., died
Oct. 22, 2002.
He is survived by his wife, Marian
Ruth; son, David B. Lloyd of Los
Angeles; daughter, Elsa K. Silverman
of Royal Oak; grandchildren, Bryan
Silverman, Melissa Silverman, Noah
H., Lloyd.
Interment in Tucson. Contribu-
tions may be made to the Wayne
State University School of Medicine,
101 E. Alexandrine, Detroit, MI
482091 or Sinai Guild Discretionary
Fund, 319955 Northwestern Hwy.,
Suite 117, Farmington Hills, MI
48334. This announcement was
placed at the request of the family
by Hebrew - Memorial Chapel.

.

MYNN (MILLMAN) LOWE, 90,

former Detroiter of Pompano Beach,
Fla., died Oct. 24. She came to
Detroit at age 8 from Belarus. She
graduated from Northern High
School and later became an execu-
tive secretary for
Allen Industries.
In 1936, she mar-
ried Dr. Adolf W.
Lowe and helped
him set up a medical
practice in Detroit.
They were founding
members of Temple
Israel. During
World War II, Mrs.
Mynn Lowe
Lowe traveled with
her husband
through 15 different
stations in the U.S. Air Force.
Upon returning to Detroit, she
became a worker. for B'nai B'rith and
Hadassah, serving for many years as
president of the Detroit chapter.
Later, when living in Florida, she
worked with Women's American
ORT and became president of the
Pompano Beach Chapter of ORT for
10 years.
Mrs. Lowe single handedly took it
on herself to aid friends and neigh-
bors, who had no means of trans-
port, to drive them to dinners, the-
ater and symphony performances.
Her house was open every Friday
night for neighbors and friends to
attend a homemade Shabbat dinner.
Until recent years, when illness
prevented it, Mrs. Lowe remembered
family members to the third genera-
tion with cards, checks and gifts for

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