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May 16, 2003 - Image 165

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-05-16

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Helene and Morris Last of
Bloomfield Hills, Dr. Marc
Schwartzberg of Weston, Calif.;
grandchildren, Loran Schwartzberg,
Stacy Roberts Ohr and Andy
Altman Roberts Ohr of Oakland,
Calif., Pam and Paul Schwartz of
West Bloomfield; great-grandchil-
dren, Chloe and Eden Schwartz.
Services at Star of David Funeral
Home in N. Lauderdale, Fla.
Interment at Star of David
Cemetery.

FAYE WEINER, 85, of Bloomfield
Hills; died May 10, 2003.
She is survived by her son, Dr.
Lawrence Weiner
of Hartford,
Conn.; daughter
and son-in-law,
Renay and
Stephen Weiner of
Bloomfield Hills;
sister-in-law of
Alice Gilman,
Barbara Klein;
grandchildren,
Evan Danto,
Weiner
Lindsay Danto,
Jennifer Weiner
and Adam Bonin, Molly Weiner,
Jacob and April Weiner, Joseph
Weiner; great-grandchildren, Olivia
Weiner, Lucy Jane Bonin; loving
and devoted companion, Cathy
Thomas. She was the beloved wife
of the late Abe J. Weiner; loving sis-
ter of the late Norman Klein, the
late Beryl Klein; dear sister-in-law
of the late Anne Lite, the late Bill
Lite, the late Hyman Gilman, the
late Sylvia Klein; loving daughter of
the late Abe Klein and the late
Anne Klein.
Contributions may be made to
the Abe J. and Faye Weiner Fund
for Pastoral Care at the Jewish
Hospice and Chaplaincy Network,
24123 Greenfield, Southfield, MI
48075. Services and interment at
Hebrew Memorial Park.
Arrangements by Hebrew Memorial
Chapel.

HEDWIG COSKEY WIENER, 98,
of Bloomfield Hills, died May 10,
2003. She was a member of the
Sinai Hospital Women's Guild,
where she had 20,000 hours of
community service.
Mrs. Wiener is survived by her
son and daughter-in-law, Richard L.
and Jo Coskey of Bloomfield Hills;
daughter-in-law, Carol Coskey, and
her husband, Dr. Norman
Wechsler; grandchildren, Irwin and

Kathy Coskey, Adrienne and
Randall Gordon, Laura and Joseph
Molina, Dr. Larry and Kay Coskey,
Dr. Michael and Debra Raizman,
Dr. Pamela Raizman and Dr. Neil
Newman, David and Annemarie
Raizman; 13 great-grandchildren.
She was the beloved wife of the late
Albert A. Wiener and the late Leo
A. Coskey; loving mother of the
late Dr. Ralph J. Coskey.
Interment Clover Hill Park
Cemetery. Contributions may be
made to Congregation Shir Tikvah.
Arrangements by Ira Kaufman
Chapel.

JAMES H. WINEMAN, 90, of
West Bloomfield, died May 9,
2003. He attended Detroit Country
Day School, Detroit University
School and graduated from
Highland Park
High School. In
1934, he gradu-
ated from the
University of
Michigan with a
bachelor of arts
degree. During
World War II,
Mr. Wineman
served as an
officer in the
Wineman
U.S. Army.
Mr. Wineman
was chairman of the Wineman
Investment Co., a family owned
real estate and investment firm. He
Was also a director of Northern
States Bancorporation and City
National Bank of Detroit. He was
also a director emeritus of the
Automobile Club of Michigan, hav-
ing served for 15 years including
being chairman from 1980-1981.
Many community and civic
organizations benefited from Mr.
Wineman's membership and partici-
pation. He was a member of the
National Advisory Council of the
Automobile Association, a member
of the advisory committee of the
Detroit chapter of the Archives of
American Art and was its president
from 1960-1971. In addition, Mr.
Wineman was a former president
and board chair of the Central
Business District Association.
He is survived by his wife,
Constance Wineman; son and
daughter-in-law, Henry and Trudi
Wineman II of Bloomfield Hills;
daughter, Connie Jacob of Franklin;
daughter-in-law, Jennifer "Duffy"

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In addition, Kaddish will be said during the daily minyan.

Iyar 16 / May 18
Hilda Blotner
Maier Brenner
Lem Cherrin
Harry Lee Eisenberg
Edwin Frank Friedman
Ben Hirsh
Jack R. Leeds
Herman Modlinsky
Sidney Avrohom Orechkin
Seymour Ribiat
Rose Basil Rose
Julie Rochelle Shacket
Harry Speyer
Lilly Sugar
Aaron Wassermann

Iyar 17 /May 19

Samuel Z. Birnbaum
Noah Ellias
Mildred Linde Erdos
Robert Flayer
Paul Fteuclenberg
Reuben David Lauter
Bessie Leach
Ben Lutz
Hans Morgenroth
Harry T. Ross
Sam Stern
Hyman Stolarsky

Iyar 18 /May 20
Arthur Barach
Rabbi Moses Fischer
Nettie Green
Nathan Kravitz
Louis Leiderman
Rose Linetsky
Juilius Parker
Alfred Schmidel
Morris Woll
Sarah Wuntner

Iyar 19 / May 21

Dr. Jerry H. Abramson
David I. Berris
Rose Feldstein
Shari Gilden
Charles Laskey
Louis Ozadowsky
Louis Rochman
Bertha Josephine Rosenberg
Betty Stark
Moses Weiswasser

Rose Witt

Iyar 20 / May 22

Harry Berger
Louis Buchbinder
Chaye Sora Bas Isroel
Becky Golub
Etta Halpert
Golda Halpert

Hudia Halpert
Leba Halpert
Moishe Halpert
Mordechai Halpert
Chaya Wachtenheim Meisels
Malye Devora Mermelstein
Shtomo Mermelstein
Aubrey L. Oppenheim
Rose Schechter
Mary Shindler
Blima Wachtenheim
Lottie Wainger
Leo York

21 /May 23
Bessie B. Valensky Andrews
Abraham Averbuch
Shirley Engel
Helen Fuller
Sarah Honigman
Jenny Modlinsky
Charles Morris Niskar
Anna Rottenberg
Chana Rutzimring
Sam Seligson

Iyar

Iyar 22 / May 24

Rose Buchbinder
Samuel Cohn
Minnie Friedman
Eugene Newman
Samuel (Sander) Stillwater
Bella Weiner Torgow

The Family of the Late

The Family of the Late

LAWRENCE EARL WHITE

MILTON MINKIN

Announces the unveiling of a
monument in his memory at
2:30 p.m. on Memorial Day,
Monday, May 26, 2003 at
Hebrew Memorial cemetery.
Rabbi Leo Goldman is officiating.
Family and friends are invited to attend.

Announces the unveiling
of a monument in his memory
11:30 a.m., Sunday May 25
at Clover Hill Park cemetery.
Rabbi Yoskowitz is officiating
Family and friends
are invited to attend

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