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December 13, 2002 - Image 130

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-12-13

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Our Heartfelt Condolences
to the Families We have Served

HEYWOOD WINET

Officiating Rabbi: Boruch E. Levin
Interment:
Hebrew Memorial Park Cemetery

MARVIN SINGER

Officiating Rabbi: Herbert Yoshowitz of
Adat Shalom Synagogue •
Officiating Cantor:
Howard Glantz of Adat Shalom Synagogue
Interment:
Hebrew Memorial Park Cemetery

MERA POLYAKHOVSKAYA

Officiating Rabbi: Yosef Mishulovin of
Bais Chabad of N. Oak Park
Interment:
Hebrew Memorial Park Cemetery

MARIAN SHERMAN

Officiating Rabbi: David Nelson of
Congregation Beth Shalom
Interment:
Hebrew Memorial Park Cemetery

EDWARD SAMUEL SALEM

Officiating Rabbi: David Nelson of
Congregation Beth Shalom.
Officiating Cantor:
Samuel Greenbaum of Congregation Beth
Shalom
Interment:
Adat Shalom Memorial Park Cemetery

ANN DEMBS
Officiating Rabbi: A. Irving Schnipper
Interment: Beth Abraham Cemetery

SIDNEY FREED

Officiating Rabbi: David Nelson of
Congregation Beth Shalom
Interment:
Hebrew.Memorial Park Cemetery

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Chapel

From Generation To Generation

Wirtzeit 11o/11i-fibers -
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Yahrtzeit reminders are sent
out by Hebrew Memorial
Chapel each year near the
anniversary of the passing of
friends and loved ones. This
service is available at no
charge to anyone who
requests it.

Serving the entire Detroit.
Jewish Community with
dignity and compassion since
1916
SERVING ALL
CEMETERIES

FOR

COMPASSIONATE
ASSISTANCE IN
A TIME OF NEED,
PLEASE CALL

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(248) 543-1622.

MINA RADREVICH

Officiating Rabbi: Yosef Mishulovin of Bais
Chabad of N. Oak Park
Interment:
Hebrew Memorial Park Cemetery

FAYE MALINOFF

Officiating Rabbi: Harold Loss of Temple Israel
Officiating Cantor:
Harold Orbach of Temple Israel
Interment:
Hebrew Memorial Park Cemetery

1-800-736-5033

(Outside Michigan)

26640 GREENFIELD ROAD, OAK
PARK, MICHIGAN 48237
Rabbi Boruch E. Levin,
Executive Director, H.B.S.
Mark Klinger and Robert Bodzin,
Licensed Funeral Directors

The Rabbis, Staff, and Administration of:

JEWISH HOSPICE AND CHAPLAINCY NETWORK

and JEWISH FAMILY SERVICE

2002. He graduated with honors from
Columbia University and from the
Georgetown University School of
Medicine, where he was first in his class.
He then served a two-year rotating
internship at Cumberland Hospital in
Brooklyn.
Dr. Goldstein enlisted in the U.S.
Army Medical Corps in 1842, served as
commander of a medical battalion in the
European Theater and was awarded the
Bronze Star. At discharge, he held the
rank of major in the medical corps.
After the war, Dr. Goldstein received
postgraduate training in internal medi-
cine and neurology at the Cumberland
Hospital and the Goldwater Memorial
Hospital and earned medical specialty
certification in internal medicine and
neurology.
Settling in Detroit in 1948, Dr.
Goldstein served as medical director of
the UAW Health Institute and as meet
ical director of the Michigan Multiple
Sclerosis Clinic. He then developed a
large private practice of internal medi-
cine and neurology in Detroit. Between
1952 and 1976, Dr. Goldstein served as
an assistant clinical professor of neurolo-
gy at Wayne State University School of
Medicine, chief of neurology service at
Sinai Hospital and as a member of the
Medical staff of Detroit General
Hospital.
In 1976, Dr. Goldstein moved his
family to Etna, N.H. During his second
career in neurology, he was an adjunct
assistant professor of neurology at
Dartmouth Medical School and a teach-
ing faculty member at the Veterans
Administration Medical Center in
White River Junction, Vt. He also - •
served as a neurology staff member of
the New Hampshire Hospital and con-
ducted a private practice in neurology in
New London and Claremont, N.H.
Dr. Goldstein is survived by his wife
of 60 years, Blanche Goldstein of Etna;
son, Roger Goldstein of Etna; grand-
daughter, Rachel of Kansas City, Mo.;
great-grandson Sam. He was the lovinc,
father of the late Abby Goldstein Arato.

PHILIP GOLOB, 84, of Southfield,

Extends its heartfelt sympathy to our esteemed colleague,

RABBI HERSHEL KLAINBERG

On the loss of his beloved father Jacob Klainberg, OBM

MAY HIS MEMORY BE FORA BLESSING

MAY YOU BE COMFORTED AMONG THE MOURNERS

OF ZION AND JERUSALEM

1 The

EWIS H CTS RICE
& CHAPLAINCY NETWORK"

Rabbi E.

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2002

128

B. Freedman,

Executive Director

died Dec. 4, 2002. He was a construc-
tion electrician and member of
Congregation Beth Shalom.
Mr. Golob is survived by his sons and
daughter-in-law, Larry D. Golob of
Southfield, Arnold J. and Sharon Golob
of Colorado; daughter and son-in-law,
Elaine and Melvin Erdos of Huntington
Woods; grandchildren, Alvson and 'Eric
Erdos and Jordon Golob. He was the
beloved husband of the late Thelma
Golob; dear brother of the late Mack
Gallop.
Interment at i'vlachpelah Cemetery.
Arrangements by Ira Kaufman Chapel.

LASSIE S. GONEK, 85, of Livonia,

ewish Family Services

,I Metropo(itan Detroit

Norman R. Keane,

Executive Director

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died Dec. 5, 2002.
She is survived by her nephew's and

nieces, Dr. Arthur
Kastlemas and Susan
Price, Bernard Kastlemas
and Rose Carpenter,
Gloria Gonek, Francis
and Fernando Palazzo
and David and Judy
Castini. She was the
beloved wife of the late
Lassie Gonek
William Gonek; loving
mother of the late
Grover Lee Gonek.
Interment at White
Chapel Cemetery. Contributions may be
made to a charity of one's choice.
Arrangements by Ira Kaufman Chapel.

LOUIS GRABOW, 97, of West

Bloomfield, died Dec. 4, 2002. He was
an attorney and owner of Midwest
Woolens. He was also.a captain in the
Army Air Force during World War II, a
University of Michigan Alumni, a mem-
ber of the Standard Club and a past
member of B'nai B'rith.
Mr. Grabow is survived by his
stepchildren, Howard and Helen
Weingarden of Farmington Hills; grand-
children, Neil, Jan and Debbie; two
great-grandchildren and daughters-in-law
and sons-in-law, Blanche Joseph, Diana
and Joe Steiner, Sophie Eisenberg,
Morris and Hikie Jacobs. He was the
cherished husband of the late Helen
Grabow, the late Mae Grabow; the lov-
ing stepfather of the late Muriel
Stenbuck; dear father-in-law of the late
Fred Stenbuck; beloved brother of the
late Frances Goldman and the late
Maxine Baron.
Interment at Adat Shalom Memorial
Park. Contributions may be made to a
charity of one's choice. Arrangements by
Ira Kaufman Chapel.

GERTRUDE JACOBSTEIN, 86, for-

mer Detroiter of San Diego, died Dec. 4,
2002.
She is survived by her daughter and
son-in-law, Susan and Dr. Robert Rosen
of Solana Beach, Calif.; grandchildren,
Marc Rosen and Eric Rosen. She was the
beloved wife of the late Meyer
Jacobstein; sister of the late Paul
Goldberg.
Graveside services were held at Beth El
Memorial Park Cemetery. Contributions
can be made to Brandeis Women or to a
charity of one's choice. Arrangements by
Dorfman Chapel.

JACOB KLAINBERG, )0, of Oak Park,
died Dec. 3, 2002.
He is survived by his son and daugh-
ter-in-law, Rabbi Hershel and Ricia
Klainberg or Oak Park; grandchildren,
Bayla and Shani Tik, Arveh Leib and
Rochel Leah Klainberg, Mordechai Zisha
Klainberg, Avrohom Yosef and Rivka
Klainberg, Rivka and Shmuel Avrahami,
Chaim Ye huda and Chienna Klainberg;
great-grandchildren, Shalom, Chumie,
Shani, Moshe Yechiel, Estie, Gitty,

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