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January 09, 2004 - Image 80

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2004-01-09

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In Memory of Kenny Rubin

We never knew 20 years ago the sorrow the day would bring.
The bitter grief, the shock severe to lose a loved one so dear.
We still ache with sadness and grief and secret tears still flow.
The day was such a nightmare, no one will ever know.
If love alone could have saved you, you never would have died.
It broke our hearts to lose you, but you didn't go alone.
For a- part of us went with you that day G-d took you home.
Your loving family,
Mom & Dad, Karen & Jerry, Larry & Nori and your nieces & nephews.

GERALD ORBACH, 76, of Southfield,

died Jan. 4, 2004. He was a vice presi-
dent at Philips Magnovox.
Mr. Orbach is survived by his wife,
Pearl Orbach; daughters and sons-in-law,
Dr. Susan Orbach and Gary Zirulnik of
Royal Oak, Marlene and Chris Olson of
Colorado; mother, Herta Orbach;
grandsons, Ari and
Elliot Zirulnik; broth-
er and sister-in-law,
Cantor Harold and
Evelyn Orbach of
West Bloomfield. He
was the loving son of
the late Eugene
Orbach.
Interment at Beth
El Memorial Park
Orbach
Cemetery.
Contributions may
be made to the Beaumont Foundation
for Cancer Research or a charity of one's
choice. Arrangements by Ira Kaufman
Chapel.

EVA POST, 90, formerly of Southfield

of Suagerties, N.Y., died Dec. 30, 2003.
She is survived by her daughters and
son-in-law, Holly Post, Jean "Peppy" and
Arthur Parnes; grandchildren, Mikki
and Michael Lewis, March and Timothy
Gallagher, Dr. Aric Parnes, Jeremy
Parnes; great-grandchildren, Kaitlyn and
Taylor Lewis, Eli and Ava Gallagher; sis-
ter, Blanche Hyman; brothers, Dr.
Morton Margules, Herman, Margules.
She was the wife of the late Ray Post.

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Mo., died Jan. 3, 2004. He was a mem-
ber of Shaare Zedek Synagogue and a
past commander of Jerome L. Goldman
Post.
He is survived by his daughter and
son-in-law, Alyeen and Dr. Larry Krugel
of West Bloomfield; grandchildren, Brad
and Beth Ann Zerman, Robert and
Jennifer Krugel, Lisa and David Cohn;
great-grandchildren, Skylar and Lela
Zerman, Chloe and Alexa Krugel,
Courtney Cohn. He was the brother of
the late Louis (Elsie) Pultman and the
late Sidney (Louise) Pultman.
Services were held at Shaare Zedek
Synagogue in St. Louis. Interment at
Chevra Kadisha Cemetery
Contributions may be made to the
Crohn's and Colitis Foundation of
America, 386 Park Ave. So., Floor 17,
New York, NY 10157-2238 or Shaare
Zedek Synagogue. Arrangements by
Berger Memorial Chapel in St. Louis.

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JAMES "JIM" "JACK" RAISIN, 90,

former Detroiter of Boca Raton, Fla.,
died Dec. 29, 2003. He was a leading

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developer and builder in Michigan and
Florida.
His background included a stint in
the U.S. Cavalry and the U.S. Air
Corps. In the 1940s, he pioneered new
land development and construction
methods, building homes in northwest
Detroit, Southfield, West Bloomfield
and Independence Township. _
During World War II, he sold his
business and built bombers at the
Willow Run Plant for the war effort. He
also became involved in membership
development for the National
Association of Home Builders. He was
the first to recruit a record 1,000 new
members and was awarded the Number
1 Spike year after year.
His commitment to the building
industry includes serving as president of
the Builder's Association of Southeastern
Michigan.
Mr. Raisin became a founding advo-
cate of the National Housing
Endowment, the National Association of
Home Builders' philanthropic arm,
through a generous gift of real estate.
Aside from his membership in the
NAHB, he was a Mason, a member of
Temple Beth El in Boca Raton and an
original AEPi fraternity member.
Mr. Raisin is survived by his wife of
70 years, Helene; children, Joan Peven
Smith and Harry B. Smith of Miami,
Lois Arkin of Los Angeles, Richard
Raisin of Michigan, Judy and Bobby
Singer of California; grandchildren, Dr.
Debi Peven and L. Berry of Minnesota,
David and Julie Peven of Michigan,
Shari S. and Stuart Fensterheim of
Arizona, Steve and Lisa Singer of
Arizona, Scott and Michelle Singer of
Arizona; nine great-grandchildren.

HARRY ARNOLD RATNER, 90, for-

mer Detroiter of Flint. He attended
Northwestern High School and Wayne
University.
Moving to Flint in 1939, Mr. Ramer
went to work for Wiengardens Furniture
Store. He then spent four years in Italy
in the Army.
After the war, he became the creator
of the Antique World Mall. He was a
member of Congregation Beth Israel
and of B'nai B'rith, the Knights of the
Round Table and he was a Big Brother.
Mr. Ratner is survived by his wife of
55 years, Reva; children, James, Rick,
Shelly, Andy; grandchildren, Adam,
Tierra, Evan, Jackson, Elizabeth, Olivia
and Cassidy; sisters, Gloria Zack,
Kathleen Rappaport; sisters-in-law and
brother-in-law, Sue Sendler, Freda and
Sidney Davidson.
Services at Congregation Beth Israel.
Contributions may be made to the

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