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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-12-19

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our building perfectly suits our needs and, having
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Anafshalom of Pittsboro, N.C., and Gila
Rayberg of New Orleans; great-grand-
daughter Miri Shay.

of Farmington Hills, died Dec. 2, 2003.
She is survived by her husband,
Martin Rosenfeld; son and daughter-in-
law, Michael and Beth Rosenfeld of
Farmington Hills; daughters and sons-in-
law, Cookie and Dr. Bernard Gonik of
Southfield, Shelley and Don Rosenberg
of Oak Park; grandchildren, liana Gonik,
Nathan Gonik, Daniel Gothic, Erin
Rosenberg, Jason Rosenberg, Aaron
Rosenfeld, Mitchell Rosenfeld.
Contributions may be made to
Juvenile Diabetes Association, 24359
Northwestern Hwy., Southfield, MI
48075; Jewish Hospice and Chaplaincy
Network, 24123 Greenfield Road,
Southfield, MI 48075 or to a charity of
one's choice. Interment at Hebrew
Memorial Park. Arrangement by
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Oct. 29, 2003.

She is survived by her brothers, David
and Richard Kersh; many cousins,
nieces, family members and friends.
Interment at Machpelah Cemetery.
Contributions may be made to a charity
of one's choice. Arrangements by
Doi filian Chapel.

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Detroiter of Kansas City, Mo., died Dec.
6, 2003. He grew up in Detroit, becom-
ing an accomplished athlete at Central
High School and studied accounting at
Wayne State University.
He moved to Kansas City in 1939,
where he became the owner of the men's
department in Berkson's department
store downtown; he later founded the
Jack Norman Men's Shop.
His civic achievements included Eagle
Scoutmaster of Troop 2 at B'nai Jehudah
for 10 years. He was also a master
graphologist. In addition, Mr. Sloman
was president of the Overland Park
Chamber of Commerce and was a
SCORE volunteer. Affer closing his
stores in 1968, he founded Norman
Sloman & Assoc., accounting firm.
In his retirement years, Mr. Sloman
traveled the world and became an
accomplished sculptor.
Mr. Sloman is survived by his chil-
dren, Barbara and Jim Holzmark, Susie
and Neil Sloman; stepsons and their
wives, Joel and Linda Gershenson,
Dennis and Nancy Gershenson, Richard
and Sherry Gershenson, Bruce and Suzy
Gershenson of Bloomfield Hills; grand-
children, Leslie and Steve Franklin of
Denver, Julie and Paul Erdner, Gwen

and Brian Holzmark, Katie and Jamie
Sloman, all of Shawnee Mission, Kans.,
Jill, Bill, Ryan, Julie, Hannah, Lindsay,
Aaron, Michael, Lauren and Tony
Gershenson, all of Bloomfield Hills;
great-grandchildren, Matthew and Allie
Erdner, Brandon and Drew Holzmark,
Daniel Franklin. He was the loving hus-
band of the late Bernice Stultz and the
late Sylvia Gershenson.
Services were at the New Reform
Temple in Kansas City. Contributions
may be made to Village Shalom; the
New Reform Temple, 71000 Main,
Kansas City, MO 64131; or the
National Council of Jewish Women.
Arrangements by Louis Memorial
Chapel in Kansas City.

WIMPFHEIMER, 90, of New York

City, died Dec. 5, 2003.
She is survived by her children, Doris
and David Finkel, Susan and Toby
Abend, Ellie and Dr. Tom Slovis of
Bloomfield Hills, Ellie, Ann Bokser,
David; 15 grandchildren; 19 great-
grandchildren; brother Daniel W. Kops.
She was the wife of the late Dr. Seymour
Wimpfheimer; mother-.
in-law of the late Rabbi
Baruch Bokser.
Contributions may
be made to the Vickie
Memorial Fund at the
Jewish Communal
Wimpfheimer Fund, 130 E. 59th St.,
New York, NY 10022.
Services were held at the Park Avenue
Synagogue. Arrangements by the Plaza
Jewish Community Chapel.

NATHAN ZAGER, 96, of West

Bloomfield, died Dec. 1, 2003. He was
a retail clothing executive, a member of
Zager-Stone Lodge of B'nai B'rith and a
member of the Century Club.
Mr. Zager is survived by his sons and
daughter-in-law, Allan
and Joan Zager of
Southfield, Michael
Zager of West
Bloomfield; daughter
and son-in-law, Marcia
and Sam Bell of
Farmington Hills;
grandchildren, Shelly
and Mark Haffiler,
Larry Zager, Pamela
Zager, Kenny and Barbi Bell, Stacy and
Jeff Coffey, Laurie Zager, Brad Zager;
great-granddaughters, Lauren Haffner
and Brooke Bell. He was the beloved
husband of the late Freda Zager.
Interment at Adat Shalom Memorial
Park. Contributions may be made to a
charity of choice. Arrangements by Ira
Kaufman Chapel.

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