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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-06-06

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Obituaries

We Get Questions

Q: Why can't someone just be buried in
the ground without a casket, as is the custom
in Israel?

A:

Almost two centuries ago, plagues
caused massive fatalities. These resulted in
the creation of municipal cemeteries instead
of burials on family-owned land. A "suitable"
container was required, so workers would not
haVe to touch a person who died inexplicably.
This was the beginning of the casket business
as we know it today. Cemeteries still require
that "suitable" container.

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The Jewish: Conununi
Center presents the 1
Annual-Larry D. Sills
Memorial Golf Classic;
Monday, June 23, 2003 at
Meadowbrook Country Club
in Northville.

Dinner follows at 6 pm.
'Cost per erson is $295 for golf,
$100 Tor d er.

Have a "swim g Mem time at
orial
the Larry _D. ;15 Memorial
J.CC Golf Classic at
Meadowbrook Country Club,
40941 W. 8 Mile Rd.

Proceedsgo to the Send a Kid
to Camp Fund at the JCC.
Reservations required by
June 19.

Registration and lunch begin at
11 am; shotgun start at 12:30 pm.

The event honors Barbara and
Douglass Bloom for leadership
and dedication to community

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OBITUARIES

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IDA (BESHKIN) STARKIVIAN, of
Toronto, died May 26, 2003.
She is survived by her husband,
Morris Starkman; children, Janice and
Iry Goldfein, Eric Starkman, Susan
Starkman- and Richard Gilbert; grand-
children, Ami and Jill, Sarah, Ariella
Goldfein, Miles Gilbert; sister and
brothers-in-law, Celia and Julian
Liebman of Southfield, Shane Lewin;
brother and sister-in-law, Sidney and
Jenny Beshkin.
Interment at Shaarei Tefillah section of
Bathurst Lawn Memorial Park in
Toronto. Contributions may be made to
the Ida Starkman Memorial Fund, do
the Benjamin Foundation, 3429
Bathurst St., Toronto, Ontario, Canada
M6A 2C3.

GRETE SUTIN, 86, formerly of
Southfield of Medford, Ore., died May
3, 2003.
She is survived by her children, Philip
and Catherine Sutin of Olivette, Mo.,
Vivian and Daniel Stubblefield of
Ashland, Ore.; grandchildren, Jason,
Gina and Ethan Sutin, Marc
Stubblefield. She was the daughter of the
late Adolf and Lina Kohlman; wife of
the late Alexander Sutin; sister of the late
Else (Peter) Black and the late Lora
Dilsheimer.
Services at Hebrew Memorial Chapel.
Interment at Hebrew Memorial Park.
Contributions may be made to the
Alzheimer's Association or a charity of
one's choice.

ANDORWASSERMAN, 75, of Oak
Park, died June 1.
He is survived by his daughters, Nancy
Wasserman of Livonia, Lisa Wasserman
of Ferndale; brother, Mike Wasserman of
Dearborn; sisters, Ibi Pollach of Hungary,
Anush Itskovitz of. Israel.
Contributions may be made to the
American Heart Association, Dept. 77
3968, Chicago, IL 606778-3968.
Services and interment at Adat Shalom
Memorial Park. Arrangements by
Hebrew Memorial Chapel.

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BELLE YOFFE, 87, former Detroiter of
Lake Worth, Fla., died May 8. She was a
secretary for Nemer Management in
Detroit before moving to Orlando in
1977. She was a member of Temple
Israel, Hadassah and the 39ers at the
Jewish Community Center.
Mrs. Yoffe is survived by her daughter,
Ila Sweeting of Lake Worth; grandchil-
dren, Bryan of Jupiter, Fla., and Lisa of
New York; nephews and nieces, Milford
Nemer, Basil Nemer and Myrna Edgar.
Arrangements by Beth Shalom
Memorial Chapel in Orlando.

DR MILTON YOLLES, 60, of Maui,
Hawaii, died June 2, 2003. Born in
Detroit, Dr. Yolles graduated from
Mumford High
School in 1961.
He received his
undergraduate
degree from the
University of
Michigan in
1966, followed
by his medical
degree from
Wayne State
Yolles
University in
1971. After
medical school,
he settled in, and spent his career in
Hawaii.
Dr. Yolles was a nationally respected
pathologist. He published articles and
research studies in leading journals and
spoke at medical conferences and helped
establish the first pathology practice in
Maui, Hawaii. Dr. Yolles was board cer-
tified in both clinical and anatomical
pathology. He was a past president of
the Maui Branch of the Hawaii Medical
Association and a member of the
American Association of Medical Review
Officers.
Dr. Yolles is survived by his wife,
Janice; children, Heather and David
Wittenberg of Maui, Hawaii; Nora
Yolles of San Francisco, P.J. Yolles of
Chicago; brother and sister-in-law,
Murray and Elinor Yolles of Bloomfield
Hills; grandchildren, Daniella and Jacob
Wittenberg. He was the son of the late
Paul and Betty Yolles.
Contributions may be made to the
M.D. Andersen Cancer Center, 1515
Holcombe Blvd., Houston, Texas
77030. Interment in Maui.

HARRY ZALC, 93, former Detroiter of
Aventura, Fla., died May 25, 2003. He
was a life member of B'nai B'rith, a sup-
porter of Israel Bonds and a benefactor
for the Jewish Home for Aged in
Miami, Fla. He was also an avid bridge
and chess player.
Mr. Zalc is survived by his children,
Frieda (Joseph) Langnas, Jerry (Danielle)
Zalc, Annabel (Robert) Dodd; grand-
children, Alan Langnas, Gary (Lisa)
Langnas, Michael (Alayna) Langnas,
Susan (David) Feber, Tracey Zalc, Jenny
(Mark) Prey, Judy (Ross) Goralnick,
Nancy Dodd, Laura (Stephen)
Concannon; great-grandchildren, Scott,
Rachel and Erica. Langnas, Jessica, Emily
and Natalie Langnas, Sara, Brian and
Leah Langnas, Max Feber. Beau and
Jack Prey, Gabriell Goralnick, Elizabeth
and Julia Concannon.
Interment in Florida.

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