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Obituaries

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The Family of the Late

CHAVTVA (HELEN)
ENGELSBERG

NEE SCHURAYTZ

Announces the unveiling
of a monument in her memory
11 a.m. Sunday, July 27, 2003 at
Hebrew Memorial Park cemetery.
Family and friends are invited to attend.

"I call upon every Jew in the
world to plant a tree in the land
of Israel during the coming
year. I would like to see 73 or
1.4 million new trees planted in
Israel exactly one year from
now on the anniversary of the
launching."

—Ilan Ramon

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The Family of the Late

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2003

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To plant a tree in Israel

NETTIE
WARSHAWSKY

in honor of Ilan Ramon and

Announces the unveiling of a monument
in her memory 11 a.m. Sunday, July 27
at Mach Petah Cemetery.
Rabbi Henry Karp and Cantor Gail Karp
are officiating. Family and friends are
invited to attend.
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his fellow astronauts, go to

Click on Donations to Israel.

for health services at UCSD. "He will be
r. Leland Rickman, associ-
remembered for his tireless energy and
ate clinical professor of
commitment in sharing knowledge and
medicine at the University
teaching new skills in clinical medicine."
of California-San Diego
Dr. Rickman was born in Cleveland
(USCD) School of Medicine and a for-
in 1956. A graduate of Southfield-
mer Southfield resident, died suddenly
Lathrup High School, he earned a bach-
of natural causes June 24, 2003, while
elor of science in chemical engineering
traveling and teaching medicine in the
at the University of Michigan in 1976.
southern-African country of Lesotho.
He also received his medical degree and
He was 47.
interned in internal medicine at U-M.
"We both have always believed that
After his residency at UCSD, he held an
the road to peace in this world is
infectious-diseases fellowship at Naval
through healing and providing neces-
Hospital in San Diego and joined the
sary services to those in need," said his
UCSD faculty in 1990.
wife, Susan Kanfer, a former resident of
"He was a wonderful
Huntington Woods. "That is
colleague who was the
why Lee went to Lesotho."
first to volunteer to super-
At the UCSD medical
vise and teach residents
school and medical center,
and students during the
Dr. Rickman was an active
busiest times of the year
board-certified clinician and
or help other professors
teacher in both infectious dis-
on short notice," said J.
eases and internal medicine.
Allen McCutchan, profes-
In 1993, he was appointed
sor of medicine at UCSD.
hospital epidemiologist and
"Lee's colleagues, stu-
medical director of the epi-
dents, friends and family
demiology unit. For the past
will remember him for his
three years, he served as act-
ready smile, quick wit and
ing associate director of the
genuineness. He was a
microbiology laboratory. He
Di: Leland Rickman
wonderful physician,
played an active part in pre-
mentor, friend, colleague
paredness and training for bioterrorism
and family member. He will be deeply
in San Diego County and was a mem-
missed by all who knew him."
ber of the Group to Eradicate Resistant
Dr. Rickman is survived by his wife,
Microorganisms (GERM) Commission
Susan Kanfer; father, Leonard Rickman;
of the San Diego Medical Society.
sister Janine Rickman Novatt; niece and
Colleagues remember Dr. Rickman as
nephew, Hilary and Cole.
a superb teacher of clinical medicine
Dr. Rickman and his wife have
who loved nothing more than to intro-
been strong supporters of the
duce students to common and obscure
Hadassah Medical Organization in
syndromes.
Israel. Contributions in his memory
"Dr. Rickman was a consummate
may be made to support Hadassah's
teacher and an outstanding role model,"
work in Israel through a local
said Edward W Holmes, vice chancellor
Hadassah office.

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DORIS ADELSTEIN, 81, of
Plantation, Fla., formerly of Detroit,
died July 7, 2003.
She is survived by her grandson,
David Adelstein of Southfield. Mrs.
Adelstein was the beloved wife of the
late Morris Adelstein; loving mother
of the late Ronald Adelstein.
Services and interment were held at
Hebrew Memorial Park.
Arrangements by Hebrew Memorial
Chapel.

JEROME M. ASH, 82, of Detroit,
died July 11, 2003. Prior to retire-
ment he was the former owner of
Perfection Automotive Products. He
was also a past president of Temple

Beth El, a board
member of the
Jewish Community
Center, active with
the Jewish
Federation of
Metropolitan
Detroit, past board
member of the
Ash
Jewish Vocational
Service, a member
of Franklin Hills Country Club, a
World War II Army Air Force veteran
and a graduate of Wayne State
University.
Mr. Ash is survived by his wife of

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