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January 24, 2003 - Image 117

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-01-24

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STEVEN D. GOLDBERG, 56 former
Detroiter of Manchester, N.H., died Jan.
10, 2003. He served as an intelligence offi-
cer with the U.S. Army during the Viet-
nam era. A graduate of New Hampshire
College, he received his master's degree in
counseling psychology from Antioch Uni-
versity Graduate School in Keene, N.H.
Mr. Goldberg was a psychotherapist for
the state of New Hampshire Department
of Corrections and was a member of the
Critical Incident Stress Debriefing Team for
the state. An active member of Temple
Adath Yeshurun, he was a past president of
the brotherhood and the temple board of
directors. He had a long involvement with
youth sports through Manchester East
Soccer and North Little League.
Mr. Goldberg is survived by his wife of
20 years, Jeanette "Jet" (Krowlewicz)
Goldberg of Manchester; children,
Matthew J. and Jennifer Goldberg of
Durham, N.H., Sarah E. and Nick
Stavropoulos, Rebekah M. Goldberg,
Elizabeth P. Goldberg, all of Manchester; a
grandchild; parents, Arthur and Rose Cohn
Goldberg of Murietta, Calif.; sister, Nancy
Haas of Highland, Mich.; brother, Harley
Goldberg of Watsonville, Calif
Services at Temple Adath Yehsurun in
Manchester. Interment in the Manchester
Hebrew Cemetery. Contributions may be
made to the Jimmy Fund, Dana Farber
Cancer Institute, 44 Binney St., Boston,
MA 02115. Arrangements by Goodwin
Funeral Home in Manchester.

DOROTHY L. GROSS, 88, of Tucson,
Ariz., died Jan. 20, 2003. She taught art in
the Detroit Public Schools, was a member
of Na'amat, member of the Birmingham
Bloomfield Art Association and a volunteer
at the Detroit Institute of Arts.
Mrs. Gross is survived by her sons and
daughters-in-law, Robert and Robbin Gross
of California, Dr. Jonathon and Christine
Gross of Tucson, Ariz.; grandchildren,
Pablo and Julia Gross. She was the beloved
wife of the late Dr. Louis Gross and the late
Dr. Mandell Lansky; dear sister of the late
Sally Weiner.
Interment at Machpelah. Cemetery.
Arrangements by Ira Kaufman Chapel.

DOROTHY "DOTTIE" GROSSMAN,
69, formerly of Rochester Hills of Sun
City, Ariz., died Jan. 1, 2003.
She is survived by her beloved husband,
Melvin H. Grossman; son, Ross Lebow;
Kathy Jenkins and Steven (Sandy)
Grossman; eight grandchildren; sisters,
Shirley Held, Lenore Applebaum; brothers
and sisters-in-law, Phillip and Betty Zats,
Burt Zats, Eileen Grossman, Nancy
Grossman. She was the sister-in-law of the
late Arnold and Nori Grossman and the
late Gerald Grossman.
Interment in Arizona. Contributions
may be made to Peoria Pioneer Lions Club
or to a charity of one's choice.

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