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across state lines, embalming is required by
state law and/or the airlines?

Fla. Arrangements by Harper Morris
Military Chapel.

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When we transfer across state lines,
embalming is EXTREMELY rare.
Our colleagues from JFDA (Jewish Funeral
Directors of America) are very knowledgeable
about transferring quickly and capably, while
honoring our tradition of no embalming.

Kadima in need of young adult
volunteers to be buddies or
mentors

Young adults ages 21-35 are
encouraged to become buddies or
mentors to Kadima clients.
Volunteers also needed for young
adult event planning committee.
Involvement about 2-4 hours per
week.

Kadima is a Jewish mental health
agency which provides psychologi-
cal services, residential options,
supported employment and social

ALICE SHAPIRO,
89, of Farmington
Hills, died June 16,
2003. She was a statis-
tical reporter for
MESC and was previ-
ously an office manag-
er for American House
Wrecking, a family
lumber business.
Mrs. Shapiro is survived by her son
and daughter-in-law, Dr. Edward and
Linda Shapiro of Commerce Township;
daughter and son-in-law, Maryanne and
Dr. Herbert Remer of Iowa; grandchil-
dren, Scott and Laura Shapiro, Sara and
Matt Walsh, Gene Remer; sisters, Elinor
Bolker of Arizona, Mildred Melz,er of
California; sister-in-law, Phyllis Mahlin.
She was the beloved wife of the late
William Shapiro; dear brother of the late
Louis Mahlin.
Interment at Adat Shalom Memorial
Park. Contributions may be made to the
Lupus Foundation or a charity of one's
choice. Arrangements by Ira Kaufirian
Chapel.

activities on non-sectarian basis.

Kadima also provides public edu-
cation and advocacy to enhance
uality of life for individuals and
eir families affected by psychi-
atric disabilities.

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(248) 559-8235, or email
kadimaplus@msn.com

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The Family of the Late

IDA ZIMBERG

Announces the unveiling of a monument in her memory
11:00 a.m. Sunday, June 29, 2003 at Machpelah cemetery.
Rabbi Polter is officiating.
Family and friends are invited to attend.

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He is survived by
his beloved wife, Sylvia
Stern; daughter and
son-in-law, Barbara
and Leslie Schwartz of
West Bloomfield; son
and daughter-in-law,
Michael and Michelle
Stern
Stern of Englewood,
Colo.; sister and broth-
er-in-law, Helen and Carl Leibowitz of
Southfield; grandchildren, Robert Fink,
Steven (Barbara) Fink, Stacey (Cary)
Chapman and Aaron Stern; great-grand-
children, Nicole, Danielle and Rebecca.
He was the dear brother of the late Ceil
Stern, the late Al Stern, the late Ann
Jacobs and the late Kenneth Stern.
Interment at Adat Shalom Memorial
Park Cemetery. Contributions may be
made to the Beaumont Hospice Fund,
3601 W. 13 Mile Road, Royal Oak, MI
48073 or to a charity of one's choice.
Arrangements by Doifinan Chapel.

IRVING TOPPER, 94, of Hollywood,
Fla., died June 10, 2003. He was the for-
mer co-owner of Keystone Plumbing
Supply and also Charfoos and Topper
Home and Apartment Builders. He was
also a founding member of Tam
EILEEN SMITH, 82,
O'Shanter Country Club and was on the
of Southfield, died June
basketball team of Northwestern High
10, 2003. She was a
School, where he was known as "Speed
member of the
Toporowsky."
Brandeis Book Sale
Mr. Topper is survived by his daughter,
Committee, Hadassah
Marion Feuerman of California; son,
and a former secretary
Ronald Topper of Florida; grandchildren,
at Akiva Hebrew Day
Lynn and Irving Blum, Judy Garcia,
School.
Barry Feuerman, Lisa and Richard
Mrs. Smith is survived by her husband, Freede, Debbie Topper, Jackie Topper,
Harold D. Smith; sons and daughters-in-
Melanie Topper; great-grandchildren,
law, Gary and Lynne Smith of Massachu- Amy and David Ingber, Julie and John
setts, Ronald and Eleanore Smith of West Steffes, Lori and Taal Ashmann, Leslie
Bloomfield, Laurence Smith of Birming-
Kaplan, Dr. Darryl and Dr. Sarah El-
ham; daughter-in-law, Leslie Lafer; grand- Mouchi, Kimberly El-Mouchi, Allison
children, Alyson Smith, Robyn and
Freede and Ashley Freede; great-grand-
Douglas Riseberg, Matthew Smith,
children, Brandon Steffes, Emma El-
Charles Smith, Andrew Smith, Kevin
Mouchi; sister, Sarah Siegel of
Smith, An Smith, Lindsey Smith; sisters,
Farmington Hills. He was the beloved
Evelyn Meyers and Edith Wanderstock,
husband of the late Edith S. Topper; dear
both of New York; brother and sister-in-
brother of the late Mary Buchsbaum and
law, Morris and Marian Poummit.
the late Sam Topper.
Interment at Clover Hill Park
Interment at Adat Shalom Memorial
Cemetery. Contributions may be made
Park. Contributions may be made to the
to the Peter and Dorothy Brown Center,
American Cancer Association or Hospice
6720 W. Maple Road, West Bloomfield,
of Michigan. Arrangements by Ira
MI 48322. Arrangements by Ira
Kaufman Chapel.
Kaufman Chapel.
VLADIMIR KHOMEL YANSKIY, 73,
LEO STERN, 87, of Farmington Hills,
of Southfield, died June 3, 2003.
died June 11, 2003. He served on the
He is survived by his wife, Elizabeth
board of Teamsters Local 285. Upon his
Khomelyanskiy;
daughter, Marina
retirement from Quality Linen after 30
Khomelyanskya
of
Oak Park.
years of service, he drove a school bus for
Contributions may be made to a chari-
United Hebrew Schools and conducted
ty of one's choice. Interment at Hebrew
bus tours of old Jewish Detroit. He later
Memorial Park. Arrangements by
drove a bus for the Village Retirement
Hebrew Memorial Chapel.
Home in Farmington.

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