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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-10-03

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Obituaries are updated regularly and
archived on JN Online:
www.detroitjewishnews.com

HOWARD S. DANZIG, 74, of Ft.
Lauderdale, Fla., died Sept. 24, 2003. He
was a business development executive
and from 1961-1976 the executive direc-
tor of Congregation Shaarey Zedek.
Mr. Danzig is survived by his sons and
daughters-in-law, Dr. Michael and Karen
Danzig of Florida, Jeffrey and Wendy
Danzig of Huntington Woods; daughter
and son-in-law Cheryl and Dr. Mark
Rubinstein of Bloomfield Hills; grand-
children, Brittany and Jayme Danzig,
Lauren and Robbie Liden, Danielle
Danzig; brothers and sister-in-law, Steven
Danzig of California, Jerry and Joy
Danzig of California.
Interment at Clover Hill Park
Cemetery Arrangements by Ira
Kaufman Chapel.

WILLIAM B. FRUMION, 77, of
Tuscon, Ariz., died Sept. 21, 2003.
He is survived by his brother and sis-
ter-in-law, Benjamin and Vi Frumkin of
Southfield; brother-in-law, Jack Eserow
of Farmington Hills; sisters, Sarah Beren
of Flint, Reva Wexler of Florida. He was
the husband of the late Jackie Frumkin;
son of the late Joseph and Bessie
Frumkin; brother of the late Florence
Eserow.

AUBREY GORBMAN, 88, former
Detroiter of Seattle, Wash., died Sept.
21, 2003. He graduated from Wayne
State University in 1935, moved to
Berkley, Calif, in 1938 and then earned
his doctorate degree in zoology.
Professor Gorbman did fellowships at
Yale University and joined the zoology
faculties at Barnard College and
Columbia University in New York. In
1963, he and his family moved to
Seattle, where he became chair of the
zoology department at the University of
Washington and remained as a professor
until 1985.
In 1998, President Clinton honored
Professor Gorbman with the Presidential
Award for Excellence in Science,
Mathematics and Engineering
Mentoring.
Professor Gorbman is survived by his
daughters, Claudia, Beryl and Leila; son)
Eric; sister. Rose Korinsky of Detroit;
four grandchildren. He was the husband
of the late Genevieve.
Contributions may be made to the
Aubrey Gorbman Lecture Fund at the
University of Washington; for informa-
tion, call Paul Rudnick, (206) 616-1701.

RAJVAL "REISEL" GRINER, 90, of
Northbrook, Ill., died Sept. 29, 2003.

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