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Obituaries

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Q : My mother is living in a nursing home and the

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social worker is suggesting pre-paying her funeral

expenses. Why is this a good idea?

A:

A guaranteed funeral contract is deemed a
non-countable asset for nursing home residents.
Pre-paying her expenses not only takes care
of these expenses with her funds, it also
guarantees any future costs being covered
with interest made in the account.

pre-need:

after care

dren,

Auxiliary for Jewish Home &
Aging Services presents the
78' Annual Installation,
featuring Sherry Margolis,
Thurs, June 5, 2003 at
Fleischman Residence/
Blumberg Plaza,
West Bloomfield.

The 11:30 am Installation will be
followed by brunch. Dietary laws
observed.

Auxiliary for Jewish Home & Aging
Services hosts its 78th Annual
Installation, with speaker Sherry
Margolis, Newscaster, FOX 2 News,
at Fleischman Residence/Blumberg
Plaza, 6710 W. Maple Rd.

President: Evelyn Levine.
Program chairpersons: Sharon
Goldberg and Barbara Moehlman.

Open to the public.
Admission cost is $25 ā€” Sponsors,
or $36 ā€” Patrons.

Space is limited and reservations
required by May 29.

For more info, call Lori
at (248) 661-2969.

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many years he was treasurer of the
Chamber Music Society of Detroit.
He was also a patron and supporter
of the Detroit Symphony Orchestra,
the Chamber Music Society and the
Founders Society of the Detroit
Institute of Arts.
He was a 30-year subscriber and
contributor to the Stratford Festival
as well as the Shaw Festival at
Niagra-On-The-Lake.
Among the many local organiza-
tions that Mr. Soltar provided finan-
cial support to were Cranbrook,
Hadassah, Children's Leukemia
Fund, Temple Israel and the
American Cancer Society.
Mr. Soltar is survived by his wife
of 57 years, Violet Goodman;
daughter, Deborah Soltar Bindler of
Chicago; son-in-law, Mory Bindler;
brothers, Arthur Soltar of
Bremerton, Wash., Norman Soltar
of Mentor, Ohio.
Memorial Services have been held.
Contributions may be made to
National Institute of Neurological
Disorders and Stroke (NINDS), 31
Center Drive, MSC 2540 Building
31 Room 8A34, Bethesda, MD
20892-2540. Include Leonard
Soltar's name with the donation and,
if you wish, request that the family
be notified of the donation.

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Issue Date:
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of Farmington Hills, died May
17, 2003.
She was a volunteer at Sinai
Hospital, a member of Na'amat and
Hadassah and a past member of
Congregation Shaarey Zedek.
Mrs. Sussman is survived by her
daughters and son-in-law, Marcia
and Izzy.King of Farmington Hills,
Adrienne Rose of Farmington Hills;
grandchildren, Ken and Ronna
King, Eric King, Loren King, Marc
King, Karen Hoffman, Marlin
Hoffman, Julie and Tom Moser;
great-grandchildren, Robyn, Aaron,
Blake, Sean and Jaden King; sister,
Norma Talber of Oak Park; sisters-
in-law and brother-in-law, Tina and
Hy Sussman and Edith Fried.
She was the beloved wife of the
late Benjamin Sussman, the loving
sister of the late Edith Singer and
the dear sister-in-law of the late
George Fried and the late Archie
Singer.
Interment at Machpelah
Cemetery. Contributions may be
made to a charity of one's choice.
Arrangements by Ira Kaufman
Chapel.

JUDITH SEURA
TARAPCHAK, 63, of Ann
Arbor, died May 15, 2003.

For 17 years, she was an interior
design service manager at the
University of Michigan.
Mrs. Tarapchak is survived by her
mother, Nellie Allen of Canada;
father and stepmother, Joseph and
Bea Allen; sister and brother-in-law,
Dianne and Tony Houghton of
Canada; niece, Stephanie Earp;
stepbrother, Lester Grossman.
Interment at Beth Israel
Cemetery. Contributions may be
made to Arbor Hospice.
Arrangements by Ira Kaufman
Chapel.

ETHEL ZIEGER, 90, of
Southfield, died May 19, 2003.

She is survived by her sons, Dr.
Harvey Zieger of Southfield, Gary
Zieger of Southfield; grandchildren,
Dr. Cory and Cindy Zieger, Nicole
Zieger; great-grandchildren, Kale,
Jacob.
Mrs. Zieger was the beloved wife
of the late Max Zieger.
Contributions may be made to a
charity of one's choice. Interment
at Clover Hill Park Cemetery.
Arrangements by Hebrew Memorial
Chapel.

Photos Welcome

The Jewish News will be happy
to publish photographs of the
deceased in all obituaries. There
is no charge.
Photos should be clear, and
must have been taken within the
last 10 years. Only the individ-
ual will be published. We reserve
the right to reject any photo-
graph.
Unfortunately, we cannot use
scanned photos. Electronic sub-
missions may or may not be
usable.
Please attach a label on the
back of the photograph that
includes the deceased's name, as
well as a return name and
address. Do not write on the
photograph itself.
All photos must be received at
the Jewish News by noon
Tuesday to be considered for
that Friday's paper. To be
returned, all photographs must
be accompanied by a stamped,
self-addressed envelope.

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