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January 09, 2004 - Image 82

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2004-01-09

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We Get Questions


Q : My father's funeral was not conducted by
The Ira Kaufman Chapel. My Rabbi suggested
you could help with the donation of clothing
and some precious books that need a good
home. I feel uncomfortable calling you, unless
I compensated you for your time.


I consider myself a community resource.
Although I am paid by The Ira Kaufman
Chapel, my services are at no charge to anyone
in the community who seeks my help.

SAJE Kickoff Event,
Jewish Community Center,
D. Dan & Betty Kahn Bldg,
6600 West Maple Road
in West Bloomfield,
Jan. 13, 2004

Fifth Annual Shifftnan
Family Lecture, the kickoff
to SAJE's class series,
will be held 7:30 pm,
Tues., Jan. 13, at
D. Dan & Betty Kahn
Building, Jewish Community
Center, West Bloomfield.

Jan. 13 lecture features
Rabbi Reuven Kimelman,
Professor of Classical Judaica
at Brandeis University,
discussing "The Changing

Image ofthe Ideal Jew.

Admission is . $5/person.
All Welcome.

Program is co-sponsored by
Anti-Defamation League,
Morris & Beverly Baker
Foundation (in memory of
Morris D. Baker), Sophie
Pearlstein and Maida -Portnoy.

To urchase tickets, or fir more
in rmation, contact SAJE
o ce at (248) 432-5577.

SAJE classes are a four-week
Jewish learning opportunity.


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He is survived by his wife of 37 years,
Donna Tobias of Bloomfield Hills; sons
and daughters-in-law, Jeff and Debbie
Bordinat, Chris and Sharon Bordinat of
Waterford, Jerry and Kelly Tobias of
Scottsdale, Ariz., Michael and Lisa
Tobias of Highland Village, Texas, Josh
and Jenny Tobias. of West Bloomfield; a
daughter and son-in-law, Jody Tobias
and Neal Hoxsie of Clarkston; 18
grandchildren; one great- grandson.
Interment Beth El Memorial Park.
Contributions may be made to the
Michigan Humane Society, 3600
Auburn Road, Rochester Hills 48309.
Arrangements by the Ira Kaufman

"Mike" August.
Interment at Machpelah Cemetery.
Contributions may be made to the
Juvenile Diabetes Association, 24359
Northwestern Highway, Suite 225,
Southfield, MI 48075 and the Multiple
Sclerosis Association, 21311 Civic
Center Drive, Southfield, MI 48076.
Arrangements by Ira Kaufman Chapel.

NORTON WISOK, 95, of Wixom,

died Jan. 4, 2004. Prior to retirement,
he was the assistant prosecuting attorney
for Wayne County. He was also a gradu-
ate of the Detroit
College of Law, mem-
ber of Moslem Shrine
Club and a member
of the Jesters.
Mr. Wisok is sur-
TRACHTENBERG, 80, formerly of
by his wife,
Highland Park of Carlsbad, Calif, died
Dec. 15, 2003.
daughters and sons-
She is survived by her sister, Gladys
in-law, Diana and
Gassman; brother, Harold Ginzler; son,
Paul Aberly of
Arthur Trachtenberg of California; sis-
Arizonia, Linda and
ters-in-law, Betty Ginzler, Helen
Ross Tatro of Fenton;
Ginzler. She was the beloved sister of the
Michael and
late Emanuel M. Ginzler, the late
Kay Wisok of Beverly Hills, David and
Maurice Ginzler, the late Samuel
Rayne Wisok of Australia, Art and
Ginzler, the late Charlotte Rubenstein.
Laura Fleischer of Ann Arbor, Craig and
Contributions may be made to a
Lori Fleischer of South Lyons; grand-
charity of one's choice.
children, Alexandra and Jason Ariemma,
Michael, Renee, Barbara, David and
Shannon Wisok, Adrienne Wisok, Betsy
Southfield, died Jan. 3, 2004. He was
Wisok, Mkhael and Michelle Lavigne,
an accountant and sole-proprietor of
Joseph and Lisa Lavigne, Todd and
Sidney Warnick Accounting. He was
Teresa Fleischner, Kristen Fleischer;
also the oldest living
seven great-grandchildren; sister, Esther
accountant able to go
Greenberg of Ohio. He was the beloved
before IRS without
husband of the late Eleanor Wisok; dear
being a CPA. He was
brother of the late Robert Wisok.
also a former IRS
Interment at Acacia Park Cemetery.
Agent known as
Contributions may be made to the
Treasury Agent. Mr.
Shriners Hospital for Crippled
Warnick was a mem-
ber of B'nai B'rith and Children, P.O. Box 31356, Tampa, FL
33631 or a charity of one's choice.
Perfection Lodge.
Arrangements by Ira Kaufman Chapel.
He is survived by
his wife, Bessie
. W ar nick; sons and.
daughters-in-law, Dr.
Allan and Liz Warnick of Farmington
Hills, Dr. Paul and Marsha Warnick of
Illinois; daughter and son-in-law, Susan
and Dr. Gordon Shlom of West
Bloomfield; grandchildren, Dr. Emily
• The obituary for Gertrude Kauffman
and Stuart Nathan, Melissa and Michael
(Dec. 19) should have indicated-that she
Rudin, Samara and Nathan Cohen,
is survived by her sister, Pauline Pianelli.
Adam Shlom, Matthew and Allison
• The obituary for Gerald Goldin (Jan.
Warnick, Toby Warnick; great-grand-
2) should have indicated that he was a
children, Andrew, Haley and Alexandra
resident of Oak Park.
Nathan, Jack and Sam Rudin; brother
and sister-in-law, Irving and Nina
• The obituary for Harold Segal (Jan. 2)
Warnick of Weberville; sister, Hilda
should have indicated his date of death
August. He was the loving brother of
as Dec. 25, 2003.
the late Alan "Bunny" Warnick and the
dear brother-in-law of the late Milton



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