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We Get Questions

Q: What is one of the biggest changes
you have seen during your almost 50-year
career as a funeral director?

A:

When I came to work with my
father, of blessed memory, it was rare
for someone to die at home. Even if
a death took place there, an individual
would often be taken to a hospital to be
pronounced dead. With Hospice playing
a leading role in the end of life today,
more than 50 percent of deaths take
place at home among the family.

THE KAUFMAN
COMMUNITY CORNER

and at Jewish Federation of
Metro Detroit.

JCC to Conduct Seminars for
Adult Jewish Enrichment,
Feb 11-March 13, 2003
Now in its 5th year. SAJE--
Seminars for Adult Jewish
Enrichment—presents the
largest, most diverse selection of
adult Jewish education courses
in the community in four-week
sessions, Feb. 11-March 13,
2003.

New courses include Krav Maga:
The Israeli Art Self-Defense;
Confronting Angels in Jewish
Tradition; and Talmud Text for
Our Time.

Courses are held at both Jewish
Community Center locations

A special kickoff event, featuring
scholar and Jewish educator
Rabbi Daniel Gordis, takes place
7:30 p.m. Wed. Feb. 5 at the JCC
Kahn Building. Admission is 55.

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Who passed away January 27, 1988
Sadly missed and always remembered
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DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

During World War II, Dr. Spiro served
as a medical flight surgeon in northern
Africa, Italy and Sicily. He was a champion
boxer and golfer and had a love of books,
language and learning.
He is survived by- his daughter and son-
in-law, Marilyn and Gerald Tuchow of
Bloomfield Hills; son and daughter-in-law,
Dr. Henry and Elaine Spiro of Bloomfield
Hills; brothers and sisters-in-law, Dr.
Andrew and Barbara Spiro of Birmingham,
Joseph Spiro of Utica, Dr. Robert and
Elaine Spiro of Oak Park; grandchildren,
Jonathan Tuchow, Matthew and Nicola
Wolfe Tuchow, Lincoln Tuchow, Gabrielle
and Dr. Montgomery Gillard, Victoria and
Dr. Leon Mualem, Jessica Spiro, Pamela
and William Marcus, Monica Spiro; great-
grandchildren, Noah Tuchow, Jonah
Tuchow, Madeline Marcus, Benjamin
Gillard, Bella Mualem, Levi Mualem, Rose
Marcus, Samantha Marcus, Jared Pazner.
He was the beloved husband of the late
Rachel Spiro; loving brother of the late
Alvin Spiro, the late Helen Tanner, the late
Sadie Glazier.
Contributions may be made to Hospice
at Providence Hospital, 16001 W Nine
Mile Road, Southfield, MI 48075. Services
and interment at Hebrew Memorial Park
Arrangements by Hebrew Memorial

Chapel.

CLAIRE IDA SPOLAN, 81, of Tamarac,
Fla., formerly of Detroit, died Jan. 19,
2003.
She is survived by her son and daughter-
in-law, Barry and Hilary Spolan of West
Bloomfield; daughter and son-in-law, Judy
and Harvey Cohen of Tamarac, Fla.; sister,
Shirley Stoffer; grandchildren, Lindsay
Spolan, Zachary Spolan, Marty and Sherri
Cohen, Amy Cohen; great-granddaughter,
Sarah Cohen. Mrs. Spolan was the beloved
wife of the late Sam Spolan.
Contributions may be made to Vitas
Hospice, 5420 N.W. 33rd Ave, Suite 100,
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33309

DORIS TOPY, 85, of Oak Park, died Jan.
20, 2003. She was a member of B'nai
B'rith Detroit Chapter.
, Mrs. Topy is survived by her son and
daughter-in-law, Bruce and Hilary Topy of
Southfield; grandchildren, Jackie Topy,
Elaine and Jeffrey Yatooma, Andrew Topy;
great-grandchild, Drake Yatooma; sisters
and brother-in-law, Frances and Samuel
Baxter and Sylvia Hertz. She was the
beloved wife of the late Arnold Topy.
Interment at Beth Moses Cemetery.
Contributions may be made to the
American Cancer Society Arrangements by
Ira Kaufman Chapel.

ISADORE W. "BABE" WEINER, 97, of
Livonia, died Jan. 17, 2003. He was a shoe
salesman, a Hannah Schlossel Oldtimer, a
B'nai B'rith bowler and a member of the
Jewish War Veterans.

Mr. Weiner is survived by his sons and
daughters-in-law, Neil and Gretchen
Weiner of Livonia, Michael and Phyllis
Weiner of Southfield; grandchildren,
Kenneth, Martin and Alan Weiner. He was
the beloved husband of the late Yetta
Weiner.
Interment at Adat Shalom Memorial
Park Contributions may be made to ALS
of Michigan Inc., 8521 Lyndon Street,
Suite 200, Detroit, MI 48238.
Arrangements by Ira Kaufman Chapel.

FAY YAGODA, 88, of West Bloomfield,
died Jan. 15, 2003. She was a member of
the Hope Cancer Fighters, Women's
American ORT and a former member of
Congregation Shaarey
Zedek.
Mrs. Yagoda is sur-
vived by her daughters
and sons-in-law, Diane
and Wouter Korringa of
California, Karen and
Ricky Erlich of West
Bloomfield, Sandra
Yogoda of California;
Fay Yagoda
grandchildren, David
and Catalina Erlich,
Michael Erlich, Janine
Korringa and Tristan
and Misha Korringa. She was the beloved
wife of the late Samuel -Yagoda.
Interment at Machpelah Cemetery.
Contributions may be made to Temple
Israel or Hospice of Michigan.
Arrangements by Ira Kaufman Chapel.

LOUIS ZISMAN, 92, formerly of
2 Southfield
eld of Palo Alto, Calif., died Jan. 4,

He is survived by his wife, Ester; son and
daughter-in-law, Michael and Andrea
Zisman of California; daughter, Dit Rubel
of Israel, Phyllis Zisman of California; sis-
ter, Shirley Zeldes of Bloomfield Hills;
grandchildren, Matthew, Tim and Nia
Zisman, Darit Shalev, Itai and Eyal Dagan;
great-grandchildren, Inbar, Mor and Shir
Shalev, Lia Dagan.
Contributions may be made to Hadassah
or a charity of one's choice. Contact: Esther
Zisman, Palo Alto Commons, 4075 El
Camino Way, Palo Alto, CA 94306.

Corrections

The obituary for Henrietta
Palmer (Jan. 10) should have
indicated that she is survived by
her grandchildren, Stefani and
Neil Tau; sister, Stella Rives.

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