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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-05-16

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Humane Society, 3600 W. Auburn
Rd., Rochester Hills, MI 48309.
Arrangements by Dorfman Chapel.

LESTER LIPTON, 91, of
Southfield, died May 12, 2003. He
was a manufacturer's representative
for Dolly Madison and Smuckers
Corporation in Michigan and
Indiana and helped organize ABC
Marketing Co. He was also a mem-
ber of SCORE and Temple Beth El.
Mr. Lipton is survived by his wife,
Helen Makie Lipton; daughter and
son-in-law, Constance and James
Fox of Kentucky; sons and daugh-
ter-in-law, Thomas and Susan
Lipton of Texas, James Lipton of
California; stepchildren, Deborah
Carson, Mark Makie, Bruce and
Susan Makie; grandchildren,
Anthony Handmaker, Jonathan
Handmaker, Jessica and Bradley
Lipton, Kathrine Lipton, Matthew
Lipton, Jennifer Carson Bainbridge
and Tim Bainbridge, Nicole and
Charlie Longdon, Carly and Mindi
Makie, Erin Makie; great-grandchil-
dren, Ellory and Avery Longdon.
He was the loving grandfather of
the late Melissa Lipton.
Contributions may be made to a
charity of one's choice.
Arrangements by Ira Kaufman
Chapel.

LENA LITTMAN, 93, of Oak

Park, died May 9, 2003.
She is survived by her sons and
daughters-in-law, Walter and
Dolores Littman of Southfield,
Marvin and Rena Littman of West
Bloomfield; daughters and son-in-
law, Sylvia and Alvin Schultz of
West Bloomfield, Marian Littman
of Oak Park; brother, Walter
Baggleman of Kingston; sister and
brother-in-law, Rose and Martin
Kohn of Southfield; grandchildren,
Marc and Shelley Littman, Lisa and
Jeffrey Attard, Michael and Kathy
Schultz, Marshall and Berni
Schultz, Laurie and Irwin Groskind,
Eric and Karen Schultz, Adam
Littman, Wendy and Mark Bakst,
Syndy Littman, Pamela and Eric
Koretz; great-grandchildren,
Benjamin Littman, Sean Littman,
Elliot Littman, Samantha and
Caitlin Attard, Rebecca Schultz,
Jonathon Schultz, Jessica Schultz,
Sarah Schultz, Ashley Groskind,
Blake Groskind, Marley Groskind,
Jake and Jonah Schultz, Noah
Bakst, Danny Bakst, Chloe Bakst,

OBITUARIES

on page 144

Tending to funeral arrangements is obviously an emotional process. But

choosing the right professionals to handle the details can help alleviate the

stress. Why not turn to the experience, warmth and integrity of a proven
establishment at the Dorfman Chapel. With over 50 years of experience
in our community, the Dorfman Chapel becomes the obvious choice.

THE DORFMA_NCHAPEL

SERVING WITH DIGNITY, SANCTITY AND COMPASSION

ARRANGEMENTS CAN BE MADE ANYWHERE IN THE COUNTRY

3 4 4 0 TWELVE MILE ROAD • FARMINGTON HILLS • MI 48334 • 24 18.406.6000

LICENSED FUNERAL DIRECTORS: ALAN DORFMAN, JONATHAN DORFMAN

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2003

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