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April 25, 2003 - Image 118

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-04-25

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Obituaries

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that recognizes
each family's individual needs.

JOSEF BAKSHI, 63, of Southfield,
died April 17, 2003.
He is survived by his mother, Rachel
Bakshi of Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.; son,
Mark Steven Bakshi of Southfield;
daughters, Renee Nicole of Ferndale,
Brittaney Bakshi; brothers and sisters-in-
law, Egal and Sara Bakshi of New York,
Amiram and. Corine Bakshi of Ft.
Lauderdale; sister, Maly Hanenal of
Florida; grandchild, Abrea.
Interment at Beth David Cemetery in
Hollywood, Fla. Arrangements by
Hebrew Memorial Chapel.

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Rabbi: David Nelson
of Beth Shalom Synagogue
Clover Hill Park Cemetery

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of Young Israel of Oak Park
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Rabbi: Yosef Mishulovin
of Bais Chabad of N. Oak Park
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NATHAN "NARKY" BARR, of Silver

Spring, Md., died April 20, 2003.
He is survived by his children, Pamela
Goldberg (Sanford) Danzig, Steven (Liz)
Barr, Bonnie (William) Selley; brother
and sister-in-law, George and Lottie
Barr; sister and brother-in-law, Toby and
Dave Jacknowitz; grandchildren, Chris
and Nicole Selley, Jonathan and Amy
Selley, Jacob A. and Tina . Barr, Rebecca
Goldberg; great-grandchildren,
Katherine, Alexander, Thomas, Mason
Selley. He was the beloved husband of
the late Ida Barr; brother of the late
Solomon (Fran) Barr.
Contributions may be made to
Congregation Beth Shalom, the Shul in
West Bloomfield or Congregation Bais
Chabad of Farmington Hills.

JULIUS J. BERKOWITZ, 83, formerly
of Oak Park of Leisure World, Laguna
Woods, Calif., died March 5, 2003. For
almost 40 years, the Berkowitz family
owned and operated Mansfield
Automotive Parts Co. in Detroit.
Mr. Berkowitz was drafted into the
U.S. Army in June of 1941 and honor-
ably discharged in August of 1945. He
was commander of the Jewish War
Veterans four times and a quartermaster,
a blood bank chairman for B'nai B'rith
and a treasurer of that organization, a
member of Veterans of Foreign Wars
and a Mason and Shriner.
He is survived by his wife, Agnes;
children, Larry, Elaine Fliesher, Richard,
Steven, and Dianne Salgado, one grand-
daughter; five grandsons; brother, David
Berkowitz; sister, Rosie Berkowitz. He
was the husband of the late Ruth;
brother of the late Fred Berkowitz.

EDWARD BRAUN, 91, former

Detroiter. of Wilkes-Barre, Pa., and
North Miami Beach, Fla., died March
25, 2003. He was the owner of a bar
and diner in Wilkes-Barre.
Mr. Braun is survived by a niece and
nephew, Jodie and Mark Cantrell;
cousins, Rita and Herbert Packard,
Audrey Feldman, Lester Feldman. He

was the husband of the late Sid Braun;
brother of the late Lillian (Merle) Elley.

ABE GORMAN, former Detroiter of
San Diego, died April 18, 2003. He was
at one time a ball boy at the Detroit
Tennis Club, an usher at Navin Field
and an enthusiastic Wolverines fan. He
was also a member of B'nai
Pisgah Lodge and a sales representative
for Kroliks Corp. and Nightcraft.
Mr. Corman is survived by his wife,
Leah; daughter, Cynthia Newman; son
and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Howard Corman; grandchildren,
Richard Newman, Jeffrey, Gregory,
Kimberly and CJ Corman, Stephanie
Newman; great-grandchildren, Clare
Hogstron, Chase Corman. He was the
son of the late Chaim Alter and Rose
Garber Corman; father-in-law of the
late Michael Newman.
Interment in San Diego.
Contributions may be made to the
Mickey Newman Memorial, do the
Jewish Community Foundation, 4950
Murphy Canyon Road, San Diego, CA
92123.

BEBE "BEA" DICKSTEIN, 95, of
West Bloomfield, died April 15, 2003.
Known as Mrs. "D", she was the co-
owner of Bobette Shop, in business over
50 years. She was also
a member of the
Salvation Army, a for-
mer Girl Scout and
Brownie leader, a
member of Temple
Beth El and its sister-
hood. In addition, she
belonged to Zonta-
Women's Professional
Group and Tuesday
Dickstein
Musicale in Pontiac,
was a member of the Pontiac Symphony
Auxiliary, a member of Women's
American ORT, one of the co-founders
of Michigan State Temple Youth, a
member of Temple Beth Jacob in
Pontiac and president of its sisterhood
and a member of the USO.
Mrs. Dickstein is survived by her sons
and daughters-in-law, Kenneth and
Arvene "Kim" Dickstein of West
Bloomfield, Sidney and Cynthia
Dickstein of West Bloomfield; daughter
and son-in-law, Judith Winkelman
Seplow and Richard Seplow of Arizona;
grandchildren, Karen and Howard
Levin, Leslie Dickstein and Mitchell
Slater, George Dickstein and Amy
Robbins, Sheri Dickstein and Ira
Silverman, Gary and Shelley Dickstein,
Leon Winkelman and Wendey Stanzler,
Stephen Winkelman and Audrey Wolff,
Sara Winkelman and Hyim Shafner,

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