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Obit aries

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As my father's disease progreses,
how much information do I share with my
children, since none of it is any good?

Wineman; grandchildren, Robert
and Stephanie Wineman, Henry
and Heidi Wineman III,
Catherine and Nathan Forbes,
David and Dana Jacob, Benjamin
and Nicole Wineman, Andrew
Wineman, James H. Wineman;
great-grandchildren, Alexandra,
Caroline and Jack Henry
Wineman, Andrew, Caitlin and
Aaron Forbes; sister and brother-
in-law, Mary and Arthur Q.
Davis. He was the loving father
of the late John H. Wineman;
dear father-in-law of the late Dr.
H. John "Tony" Jacob.
Interment at Beth El Memorial
Park. Contributions may be made
to the Ruth Franklin Einstein
Memorial Fund at Temple Beth
El or the John H. Wineman
Education and Research Fund in
Radiation Oncology, University
of Michigan Department of
Radiation Oncology, 1500 East
Medical Center Drive, Ann
Arbor, MI 48109-0010.
Arrangements by Ira Kaufman
Chapel.

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change the outcome, so honesty is clearly
your best policy. Tell them what you know,
so they can experience the time remaining
with 'him with purpose and meaning.

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SHERMAN ZELDES, 79 for-
merly of Southfield of Rancho
Bernado, Calif., died April 24,
2003. He was a life member of
Perfection Lodge.
Mr. Zeldes is
survived by his
wife of 52 years,
Erma; son and
daughter-in-law,
Dr. Geoffrey
Zeldes and
Samantha Bloom
of Washington,
D.C.; daughters
and sons-in-law,
Zeldes
Mickey Zeldes
and Scott
Russman of Petaluma, Calif.,
Ronni and Joel Rice of Los
Angeles; granddaughters, Hannah
and Sarah Rice; brother and sis-
ter-in-law, Simon and Dorothy
Zeldes of West Bloomfield.

ABE ZITOMER, 95, of
Southfield, died May 7, 2003.
He was design engineer and a
World War II Army veteran who
had been stationed in the
Philippines in special services. At
age 75, he took up sculpting and
later worked in bronze, alabaster
and clay. At age 90, he became a
teacher of sculpture as well.
Mr. Zitomer is survived by his
wife of 62 years, Ruth Zitomer;

daughter and son-in-law, Linda
and Dr. Roger Grekin of Ann
Arbor; son and daughter-in-law,
Michael and Dolores Zitomer of
California;
grandchildren,
Joseph Grekin,.
and fiancee,
Jennifer McKee,
Joshua Grekin
and Deleska
Crockett Grekin,
Emily Grekin,
Adam Zitomer;
great-grand-
daughter, Maya
Zitomer
Grekin; sister,
Jean Beerbohm.
He was the loving brother of the
late Irving Zitomer and the late
Joseph Zitomer; dear brother-in-
law of the late Dr. Marshall
Schechter.
Interment at Beth El Memorial
Park. Contributions may be made
to the Center for Creative
Studies, 201 E. Kirby Street,
Detroit, MI 48202 or the Detroit
Institute of Arts, 5200 Woodward
Avenue, Detroit, MI 48202.
Arrangements by Ira Kaufman
Chapel.

Photos Welcome

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to publish photographs of the
deceased in all obituaries. There
is no charge.
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must have been taken within the
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that Friday's paper. To be
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