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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-11-29

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Q: My six- and eight-year old children
are very close to their grandfather who's
dying and in Hospice care. I want to bring
them to the Chapel, but not the cemetery.
Is this the right decision?

A:

I'm often asked this question. Remember,
what children see is often less frightening than
what they imagine. I find it best to discuss the
entire process from death to burial prior to
the funeral. Knowing what to expect usually
allows them to participate throughout.

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The Michigan Jewish
AIDS Coalition presents
Word AIDS Day,
1:00 pm, Sun, Dec 1, 2002 at
the Jewish Community Center
in West Bloomfield.

MJAC sponsors World AIDS Day,
1:00 pm, Sun, Dec 1, 2002
at the JCC's D. Dan and
Betty Kahn Building on
The Eugene and Marcia
Applebaum Jewish
Community Campus.

World AIDS Day is observed
around the globe with news and
events to highlight progress made and
reminding the public what still needs
to be done.

A candlelight memorial will
commemorate those who died from
HIV/AIDS.

Event is free and open to public.

Raffle tickets available in advance and
at door. Raffle tickets $100 each.
Grand prize $10,000. All proceeds go
,to MJAC.

For more information,
248-94-MJAC

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Be sure to get your wedding picture
in the Jewish News.
Call Sy Monello with
your information at:

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may be made to a charity of one's
choice. Arrangements by Dorfman
Chapel.

ROBERT SILLMAN, 79, of
Southfield, died Nov. 24, 2002. He
was a housewares manufacturers
representative and a World War II
Air Force veteran. He also read
books and periodicals
for DRIS; read on
radio for the blind
and sang with a bar-
bershop quartet.
Mr. Sillman is sur-
vived by his son and
daughter-in-law,
David Sillman and
Robert
.Missy Bowers of
Sillman
Georgia; daughter
and son-in-law, Amy
Sillman and Michael Smith; grand-
daughter, Teagrin Bowers; compan-
ion of 14 years, Claire Bronson; her
children, Daniel and Honey
Bronson, Michael and Jane
Bronson; their children, Sarah Rose
Bronson, Jennifer Bronson and
Benjamin Bronson; brother and sis-
ter-in-law, Jerome and Judy Sillman
of Florida; sister-in-law, Maurine
Sillman. He was the loving brother
of the late Herbert Sillman.
Interment at Oakview Cemetery.
Contributions may be made to a
charity of one's choice.
Arrangements by Ira Kaufman
Chapel.

JULIAN S. UNGER, 84, formerly
of Huntington Woods of Vero
Beach, Fla., died Nov. 18, 2002. He
was the owner of Bond Steel Co.
and Unger Public Warehouse Inc. in
Wayne. A silver life master bridge
player, he was also an avid sports
fisherman and tennis player. He also
served on the board of directors of
the Coleman Foundation for the
Retarded.
Mr. Unger is survived by his . wife,
Polly Unger; daughters and son-in-
law, Connie and Jerry Wolberg of
Huntington Woods, Kim
McWhorter of Bethesda, Md.; son
and daughter-in-law, Mark and Flo
Unger',of Huntington Woods;
grandchildren, Lyle and Sheryl
Wolber ,'Amy and Eric Butte, Max
and Tyle Unger, Andrew
McWhor er; stepchildren and
grandchil ren, Bill and Maida
Cantle of os Angeles, Claudia and
Dexter Sie er of Harrison
Township, Tracy and Tom Meissner,
Leigh and Mike Meissner, Sean and
Elizabeth Sieger; six great-grandchil-

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dren. He was the brother of the late
Mickey Unger.
Memorial services were held in
Vero Beach. Arrangements by
Strunk Funeral Home.

WILLIAM "BILL" ZIMMER-
MANN, 59, of Farmington Hills,
died Nov. 20, 2002.
He is survived by his beloved
wife, Judith; sons and daughter-in-
law, Dan and Jennifer Zimmermann
of Bloomfield Township, Dr. Jay
Zimmermann of Charlottesville,
Va.; brother, Fred Zimmermann of
New Fairfield, Conn.; brother-in-
law and sister-in-law, Barbara and
Stan Greenberg; mother, Irene
Levitz. He was the dear brother of
the late Marge Leger.
Interment at Beth El Memorial
Park Cemetery. Contributions may
be made to the Habitat for
Humanity, 14325 Jane St., Detroit,
MI .48205 or the Jewish Education
Loan Service, c/o JVS, Attn: JELS
Program, 29699 Southfield Road,
Southfield, MI 48076. Arrange-
ments by Dorfman Chapel.

Photos Welcome

The Jewish News will be happy
to publish photographs of the
deceased in all obituaries. There
is no charge.
Photos should be clear, and
must have been taken within the
last 10 years. Only the individ-
ual will be' published. We reserve
the right to reject any photo-
graph.
Unfortunately, we cannot use
scanned photos. Electronic sub-
missions may or may not be
usable.
Please attach a label on the
back of the photograph that
includes the deceased's name, as
well as a return name and
address. Do not write on the
photograph itself.
All photos must be received at
the 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-addressed envelope.

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