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October 17, 2003 - Image 110

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-10-17

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at home he was a marshmallow on a string," she
said. 'He was huggy and mushy. He lived for his
Senior Copy Editor
daughter Cameron; she was his heart."
"He loved to in-line skate and boat and he
n Detroit's Eastern Market area, Douglas
loved the woods and loved animals so much. -
Swartz was the toug-h-minded business-
"He had a very strong work ethic, even when he
man. But at hom.e, he was all heart, pro-
viding a home for dogs, cats, fish, bunnies, was ailing. He was a great stepfather to my son
Justin and was very responsible toward his family."
guinea pigs, lizards, turtles and frogs.
Mr. Swartz was a big booster
Mr. S-wartz, of Bloomfield Hills,
of the city of Detroit and sup-
owner of Al's Jewelry and Loan,
porter the police, fire and youth
died Oct. 9, 2003, at age 53. He
charities. He also did fund-rais-
struggled with multiple rnyelorna,
ing for multiple sclerosis.
a cancer in the bone marrow, over
Douglas Swartz is survived by
the past three years.
his
wife, Mindy Swartz; daugh-
A graduate of Southfield High
ter,
Cameron Swartz; son, Justin
School, Mr. Swartz began a candle-
Jacobs; mother, Elizabeth Swartz;
making business while at Eastern
brother and sister-in-law,
Michigan University in Ypsilanti,
Sherwood "Woody" Swartz;
creating multi-colored candles with
mother-in-law, Ceil Krigel.
holiday or artistic themes. A popu
He was the loving son of the
lar design was a candle shaped like
late
Bertrum Swartz.
a hand giving the "peace sign.' He
/Tient was at Machpelah
opened a candle store at
emetery. Contributions may be
'WOriderland Mall in Livonia, but
a',s Club in Royal
e to
eventually left to help out at the
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pawnshop his family owned since
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years. "He was an old hippie, who got a job an ''''' . c
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made a living," said his wife, Mindy.
Chapel
"Doug was a shrewd, fearless businessman; bum,
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SARA CAPLAN, 90, of West Bloomfield, died
Oct. 8, 2003. She was a member of Workmen's
Circle and the Temple Israel Temple Treasures.
Mrs. Caplan is survived by her daughter and
son-in-law, Elaine and Mark
Blumenfeld of Farmington Hills;
granddaughters, Alicia and
Ariana; brother and sister-in-law,
Allan and Lorraine Katz of
Nevada; sister and brother-in-law,
Bess and Milton Gorelick of West
Bloomfield. She was the beloved
Caplan
wife of the late Moses "Moe"
Caplan.
Interment at Workmen's Circle Cemetery.
Contributions may be made to a charity of one's
choice. Arrangements by Ira Kaufman Chapel.

DR. HANA CHEREVATSKAYA, 85, of Ann
Arbor, died Oct. 11, 2003. She was a medical
internist. She was also a captain in the Medical
Corps of the Red Army and
spent four years with the mash
unit. Dr. Cherevatskaya was an
internist for 30 years after in the
war in Kiev before immigrating
to the United States in 1975.
She is survived by her son,
Mikhail Malkin of Ann Arbor.
Cherevataskaya Dr. Cherevatskaya was the -
beloved wife of the late Ilya
Malkin; loving sister of the late Iuzer
Cherevatsky.
Interment at Arborcrest Cemetery.



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mourn the sudden passing of

In Loving Memory of

MAX ZUCKERMAN

Who passed away

October 18, 1975.

Sadly missed and always remembered

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