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Obituaries

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Q: You recently arranged for several
shiva trays to be taken from my friend's
home to several shelters in the area.
I was always taught that you don't
remove food from a shiva house.

A: Taking food from a shiva house

for your benefit might be considered
inappropriate. However, taking food
from the same home for the purpose
of feeding the homeless and needy
should be considered an act of Tzedakah.

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and high-energy fun for the entire
family at GameWorks in
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This extraordinary event benefits
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Proceeds go to Merle & Shirley
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Cost is S40 for adults, S20 for
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Public Health, board member of the Deaf,
Hearing and Sign Center, author of seven
books of labor relations in health care
industry and an administrator of
Metropolitan Hospital.
Mr. Roth is survived by his wife, Ralle K.
Rothman; daughters and sons-in-law, Ellen
Jane Schneiter of Maine, Emily and Joshua
Eichenhorn of West Bloomfield; son and
daughter-in-law, Andrew and Diane
Rothman of West Bloomfield; grandchil-
dren, Tristan Schneiter, Peter and Timothy
Rothman and Miles Eichenhorn. He was
the dear brother of the late Joan Rothman
Goldman.
Interment at Beth El Memorial Park.
Contributions may be made to the
Southwest Harbor Public Library
Southwest Harbor, Maine 04679 or
Hospice of Michigan. Arrangements by Ira
Kaufman Chapel.

ARNOLD EDWARD SCHNEIDER, 94,

formerly of Kalamazoo of Florida, died
March 26, 2003. Early in his career, he
worked in industry for the Great Northern
Railroad, E.A. Pierce of Merril Lynch and
Ford Motor Co. During World War II, Dr.
Schneider served as a lieutenant in the U.S.
Navy.
He held a bachelor's degree summa cum
laude from the University of Northern
Iowa, a master's degree from the University
of Iowa and a doctoral degree from the
University of Michigan. In 1944, Dr.
Schneider established the College of
Business at St. Cloud State University in
Minnesota. He came to Western Michigan
University in Kalamazoo in 1947. At
Western, he helped to build the largest col-
lege of business in Michigan. When he
retired as founding dean in 1974, the
Haworth College of Business had over 200
faculty members and an enrollment of
5,000 students. Dr. Schneider remained on
the faculty as a distinguished professor of
business until his full retirement in 1979.
Dr. Schneider was the principal author
of Organizational Communication, pub-
lished in 1975 by McGraw Hill. He also
wrote three other books and some 75 arti-
cles. In addition, he served on the board of
trustees of the university of Sarasota and as
dean of the school of business at that uni-
versity from age 79 to 82.
Dr. Schneider was a founding director of
the Western Michigan University
Foundation; a Medallion Scholarship there
bears his name. In 1994, he was honored
for his contributions to the University in
the naming of Schneider Hall, which hous-
es the Haworth College of Business.
Outside of the academic field, Dr.
Schneider pursued his interest in aviation
by learning to fly in the Western Michigan
University's aviation program and remain-
ing an active pilot until he was almost 92.
He served on the board of trustees of the
Sarasota Pilots Association.
Dr. Schneider is survived by his wife,
Joyce Thompson Schneider; children, Dr.

Joel A. Schneider of Springfield, Ill., and
Pamela Newman Kates of New York City;
five grandchildren; four great-grandchil-
dren. He was the husband of the late
RoseAnn Shaffer Schneider.
A memorial service was held at Langland
Funeral Home. Contributions may be
made to Western Michigan University or
the Sarasota Hospice Association.

JACK SONENBERG, 79, of West

Bloomfield, died March 30,2003.
He is survived by his beloved wife,
Shirley Sonenberg; sons and daughter-in-
law, Kip and JoAnn Sonenberg of
Rochester Hills, Steven and Helen
Sonenberg of Oro Valley, Ariz., Dan and
Julie Sonenberg of West Bloomfield; grand-
children, Lauren, Evan, Michael, Paul,
David, Scott and Andy Sonenberg.
Interment at the Clover Hill Park
Cemetery. Contributions may be made to a
charity of one's choice. Arrangements by
Doi finan Chapel.

SOFYA TOMASHEVICH, 71, of

Southfield, died March 27, 2003.
She is survived by her son, Alex Asevev
of Southfield; sister, Anna Basina of
Farmington Hills; grandson, Mark Asevev.
Interment at Hebrew Memorial Park.
Arrangements by Hebrew Memorial
Chapel.

ESTELLE E. TYNER, 95, of Southfield,

died March 30, 2003. She was a plumbing
and heating executive, member of
Hadassah, a 30-year member of Adat
Shalom Synagogue, member of Tzedakah
and a volunteer at the Jewish Home for
Aged.
Mrs. Tyner is survived by her nephews
and niece, Allen and Sandra Tyner of West
Bloomfield, Arnold Yerman; great-nephews
and great-nieces, Rick and Sheila Tyner,
Michael and Sharon Tyner, Howard and
Ada Yerman, Sue and Roslyn Yerman;
great-grandnephews and great-grandnieces,
Evan, Meg, Mallory and Gillian Tyner and
Albert, Claire and Ellie Yerman. She was
the beloved wife of the late Jack Tyner; lov-
ing- aunt of the late Ernest Berk.
Interment at Clover Hill Park Cemetery.
Contributions may be made to Hadassah,
Jewish Home For Aged or Hospice of
Michigan. Arrangements by Ira Kaufinan
Chapel.

ISADORE WUNTNER, 98, of Miami.

He came to Hamtramck from Poland at
age 5 and lived in Detroit for the next 60
years before retiring to Miami.
He is survived by daughters, Diane
Berger of Gaylord, Mich., and Janet
Raznick of San Francisco; grandchildren,
Leonard Raznick of Daly City, Calif, Eric
Raznick of Pacifica, Calif., Larry Downes
of Kensington, Calif, Ron Downes of
Columbia, Md., Robert Berger of Gaylord;
eight great-grandchildren. He was the hus-
band of the late Sally

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