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February 14, 2003 - Image 127

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-02-14

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committee for


in jerusalem, inc.
detroit region

Rodinsky of Indianapolis; sister, Sylvia
Leibowitz of Fall River, Minn.; grand-
children, Elissa and William Redman,
Kerri Abrams and fiance, Jason
Throne, Andrea and Rachel Alves,
Laura and Michael McKiernan; great-
grandsons, Mason Stadler, Samuel
McKiernan. She was the beloved wife
of the late Morris Rodinsky.
Contributions may be made to
Hospice or a charity of one's choice.

F a rmington Hills, died Feb. 6, 2003.

He is survived by his beloved wife,
Selma Rosman; sisters-in-law and
brothers-in-law, Betty and Joe Pfeiffer
and Minna and Sam Chimoff.
Interment at Machpelah Cemetery.
Contributions may be made to the
American Cancer Society, 18505 W.
12 Mile Road, Southfield, MI 48076
or to a charity of one's choice.
Arrangements by Dorfman Chapel.

JEAN SHERMAN, 76, formerly of

Oak Park of Denver, Colo., died Feb.
3, 2003. She was a bookkeeper for
Stylish Garment, Kaufman & Broad
Homes and Albert Sheets Candy. Mrs.
Sherman was an avid duplicate bridge
player and was a gold life master of the
American Contract Bridge League. She
was also a past president of the
Morganthau Chapter of B'nai B'rith.
Mrs. Sherman is survived by her
husband of 53 years, Harry Sherman;
daughter and son-in-law, Karin and
Dr. Kenneth Katz of Englewood,
Colo.; sons and daughter-in-law, Mark
and Linda Sherman of Waterford,
Stuart Sherman of Livonia; daughter
and daughter-in-law, Rivka and
Shauna Morgan-Sherman of Denver;
grandchildren, Joel and Morissa Katz
of Englewood, Rachel and Daniel
Sherman of Oak Park, Gabrielle and
Sam Sherman of Howell.
Contributions may be made to
Mazon: A Jewish Response to Hunger,
1990 S. Bundy Dr., #260, Los
Angeles, CA 90025-5232. Interment at
Rose Hill Cemetery in Denver.
Arrangements by Shalom Funeral serv-


Farmington Hills, died Feb. 5, 2003.
Born in Budapest, Hungary, he came
to the United States when he was 9.
After receiving his law degree from
the University of Detroit, he became
an agent for the Franklin Life
Insurance Co. and was with them for
27 years. He qualified for the industry's
Million Dollar Round Table for 54
years consecutively. For many years,
Mr. Steinberger taught CLU and

LUTC classes.
Mr. Steinberger
wrote articles on life
insurance for national
publications and his
book, If You Don't

Mind My Asking,
recently had its sixth
reprinting and was
translated into
Chinese. He was the
Life Association News
Author of the Year in 1962.
The community benefited from Mr.
Steinberger's active involvement. He
was a past member of the board of
directors of the Capuchin Charity
Guild as well as a past president of his
B'nai B'rith lodge. For many years, he
was a fund-raiser for the Police Athletic
League, City of Hope and MDRT
Foundation. In 1992, he was the recip-
ient of the Michigan Life Leaders
Humanitarian of the Year Award. He
was also an honorary member of the
Alpha Omega Dental Fraternity.
Mr. Steinberger is survived by his
beloved wife, Linda Steinberger;
daughter, Patricia Shaw of Chapel Hill,
N.C.; granddaughter, Victoria
Faucheux; great-grandchildren,
Camille and Julien. He was the dear
husband of the late Dr. Charlotte
Merskey Steinberger.
Interment at the Adat Shalom
Memorial Park Cemetery.
Contributions may be made to
Capuchin Soup Kitchen, 1820 Mt.
Elliott, Detroit, MI 48207.
Arrangements by Dorfman Chapel.

JACK TORF, 87, of Farmington

Hills, died Feb. 4, 2003.
He is survived by his wife, Ann Torf;
children, Cheryl and David Ceifetz of
Farmington Hills, Howard and Clara
Lai Torf of Walnut Creek, Calif., Mark
and Meg Roberts Torf of Boise, Idaho,
Gary Torf of Denver, Colo., Andrea
and Dr. Ronald Rubenstein of
Ardmore, Pa.; grandchildren, Andrew
Ciefetz, Marla Ciefetz, Ira Torf, Ryan
Torf, Gavriel Rubenstein, Adina
Rubenstein, Mira Torf; sisters-in-law
and brother-in-law, Ida Goldenberg,
Nettie and Saul Stein.
Contributions may be made to
Jewish Hospice and Chaplinacy
Network, 24123 Greenfield,
Southfield, MI 48075, or to a charity
of one's choice. Interment at Hebrew
Memorial Park. Arrangements by
Hebrew Memorial Chapel.


Stamford, Conn., died Feb. 1, 2003.
He was a veterinarian in Darien,


joins her family and the entire Detroit Jewish Community

in mourning the passing of

Emma Lazaroff &haver 1 7"1

Her benevolent warm art of helping and gracious giving
sustained many of our efforts to bring comfort and healing to
the population ofJerusalem and its environs.

We deeply feel bereft of a friend who throughout many years
of belonging and generously contributing created an
unforgettable presence in our midst.
111n, TriZT
Erica Jesselson, Chair Menno Ratzker, President
Dr. Jonathon Halevy, Director-General



School for Boys • Beth Jacob School for Girls • Early Childhood Development Center
15751 W. Lincoln Drive • Southfield, MI 48076 • (248) 557-6750
"The entire tvorld is sustained by the Torah study o

During the coming week, the students of Yeshiva Beth Yehudah
will study in memory of the following departed friends.
In addition, Kaddish will be said during the daily minyan.

Mar I 14 / February 16

Tillie Cohen
Abraham Eisenman
Frieda Gottlieb
Celia King
Bessie Kushner
Gerald A. Lobel
Ellis Markofsky
Isaac Mickelson
Morris Music
Esther Nusbaum
Samuel Plotkin
Sarah Seppen

Mar I 15 /February 17

Annette Borovitz
Eva Bunin
Betty Dinken
Bertha Feldman
Alfred C. Funke
Morris J. Hart
Sarah Horowitz
Morris Karbal
Louis Kukes
Herman Miller
Meyer Ephraim Revzin
Alvin Bernard Spector

Adar 1 16 / / February 18

Harry B. Park
Ann Rubenfaer
Nathen Ruzumna
Malka Yassky


Mar I 17 / February 19.
Lillian Belkin

Rebecca Bresler
Jennie Butensky
Sarah Eizen
Morris Fine
Vojtech Haber
Kate Henock
Szmul Jutkiewicz
Loius Kasoff
Maurice Katz
Nathan Krentzin
Isaac Levine
Elkan Levine
Shabse Yosef Lipschutz
Zalman Lopata
Louis Moss
Bernard Naiman
Jack Pollock
Charles Solomon

Mar I 18 / February 20
Samuel Beznos
Stuart Samuel Chosid
Clara Elukin
Moses Hausman
Louis Hyman
Fannie Komisar
Sarah Lyons
Abe Nusbaum
Louis Pelavin
Gertrude Schwartz
Al Shacket

Mar I 19 / February 21

Leo Barth
Seymour D. Brodsky
Charles Drescher
Ellis Freidman
Bertha Glazer
Rebecca Katzer
Harold Moshel
Mack Pitt
Harry Raskin
Rose Ross
Pessie Rott
Rachel Scherr
Jack H. Schey
Eva Shlakman
Julius Wasserman
Meyer Weisberg

Adar I 20 / February 17

Bessie Baskin
Anne Cooper
Emanual Danzig
Irving Goodgall
Esther Jacobson
Beth Mindy Kaplan
Morris Korman
Abraham Morris Kreplak
Sam Novetsky
Meyer Nusbaum
Joseph Penner
Kate Pitkowsky. .
Shirley Sherman
Samuel Wiernik
Katie Zamler

Bar-Ilan University
The Faculty of Jewish Studies
The Joseph and Nachum Berman Department
of the Literature of the Jewish People

The Rena Costa Center for Yiddish Studies

We mourn the passing of

Mrs. Emma Schauer 5//t

co-founder of the Rena Costa Center for Yiddish Studies and
an ardent supporter of Jewish education and Hebrew Yiddish culture.

The administration and staff
Rena Costa Center for Yiddish Studies

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