and at the Hague. She also taught at
the University of Toledo and the
University of Oklahoma.
Mrs. Leenhouts was a president of
Americans with Dutch Spouses and of
Democratic Americans in Holland.
Mrs. Leenhouts is survived by her
husband, Pieter; brother, David
Brodsky of Southfield; brother-in-law
and sister-in-law, Hans and Anneke
Swart of the Netherlands; aunts and
uncle, Ethel Wasser, Ann and Jack
Kutnick, Lillian Schwartzman of
Laredo, Texas. She was the daughter of
the late Morrie and Bessie Brodsky.
MONTE LEVITT, 86, of West
Bloomfield, died Feb. 5, 2003. He
was a bricklayer and a highly decorated
World War II veteran, who received
several bronze stars and was stationed
in North Africa, Italy and France.
Mr. Levitt is survived by his sons
and daughters-in-law, Andrew and
Sandy Levitt, Dr. Stuart and Marilyn
Levitt of West Bloomfield; daughter
and son-in-law, Nancy and Jonathan
Rosenthal of Connecticut; grandchil-
dren, Aimee, Susie, Wendy and
Michael Levitt, Geoffrey and Alex
Rosenthal. He was the beloved hus-
band of the late Brenda Levitt; dear
brother of the late Morris Levitt, the
late Julius Levitt, the late Leonard
Levitt and the late Harold Levitt.
Interment at Adat Shalom Memorial
Park. Contributions may be made to
the Juvenile Diabetes Foundation.
Arrangements by Ira Kaufman Chapel.
RUTH MARKOW, 79, of Oak Park,
died Feb. 6, 2003.
She is survived by her daughter,
Hilary Markow of Chicago; sons,
Andrew Markow of Farmington,
Richard Markow of Oak Park. She was
the beloved wife of the late Dr. Jack
Contributions may be made to a
charity of one's choice. Services and
interment at Adat Shalom Memorial
Park. Arrangements by Hebrew
ELAINE K MILLER, 67, of West
Bloomfield, died Feb.
6, 2003. She taught
first grade for several
years in Ohio, Illinois
and Oak Park, Mich.
She was the co-
founder and president
of Credential Check
and Personnel Services
and most recently a
Elaine Miller realtor with Real
Estate One, where she
was on the President's
Council of Excellence. Mrs. Miller was
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