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January 30, 2004 - Image 53

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2004-01-30

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Saturday night."

That was the spirit by which Ben Teitel lived

BAR/BAT MITZVAH from page 51

his life. He was a man of vision, who

believed tzedaleab, righteous giving, was the

key to Jewish survival. When Ben died in

.

Hannah Rose Berman will be called

1985. he left an enduring legacy

to the Torah on the occasion of her
bat mitzvah Saturday, Jan. 31, at
Temple Israel. She is the daughter of
Lisa and Dr. Gary Berman and sister
of Reva. Her grand-
parents are Celia and
Norman Glovinsky,
Roz Berman and
Gerald Licht.
Hannah is a stu-
dent at Walled Lake
Middle School. She
helped in Temple
Israel's library and
donated funds to the
Juvenile Diabetes Foundation as part
of her mitzvah projects.

by creating the Ben N. Teitel Charitable

Max Aaron Corman will celebrate his

bar mitzvah Saturday, Jan. 31, at
Temple Israel. He is the son of Kathy
Berman and Carl Corman and the
brother of Emmy. His grandparents
are Helen Corman, Rosalyn Berman
and Jerry Licht; his great-grandmoth-
er is Bessie Martin.
He is also the great-
grandchild of the
late Herbert
Corman and the late
Edward Berman.
Max attends
Warner Middle
School in
Farmington Hills.
Part of his mitzvah projects involved
working in Temple Israel's library,
helping children pick out books and
use the computers. He also volun-
teered and worked with Federation on
Mitzvah Day.

Morry Daniel Hutton, son of Shelley

and Dr. Lenny Hutton, will be called
to the Torah on Friday, Jan. 30, at
Temple Israel. He is the brother of
Michelle; Sarah and Rachel. Sharing
in the simchah will be his grandpar-
ents Rita and Dr. Jack Portney. He is
also the grandchild of the late Shirley
and Dr. Morris Hutton.
Morry attends
West Hills Middle
School in
Bloomfield Hills. As
part of his mitzvah
projects, he partici-
pated in Temple
Israel's Kever Avot
program, escorting
seniors to the graves
of their loved ones. He also collected
funds for JARC.
Chelsea Paige Liebowitz will be called
to the Torah as a bat mitzvah on

BAR/BAT MITZVAH on page 54

Trust. The Trust has touched the lives of

thousands of Jews. Buildings and programs

in Michigan, Israel and the Ukraine bear

the names of Ben and Harriett, his parents

Bessie and Morris, and immediate family

members Jeanette and Oscar Cook and

Sandra and Dr. Herman Teitel.

Naming the beneficiaries of the Trust has

been the privilege of NIL Teitel's nephew

and attorney. Gerald S. Cook. As Trustee.

Jerry recently directed a S1 million gift to

the Millennium Campaign for Detroit's

Jewish Future. to enhance the Jewish

identity of Michigan teens. The Ben N. Teitel

Israel Incentive Savings Program will receive

substantial additional support from the new

Millenium Fund. This program . provides

matching dollars for Israel experiences for

Michigan teens. Since its inception in 1991,

more than 335 teens have received -Ben

Teitel money- to help pay for their group

tours, or study in Israel. Today almost 500

students in grades 4 through 12 are currently-

saving toward future trips. The program

is administered by the Alliance for Jewish

Education at Federation. The remaining

income from the new Millennium Fund

will assist Jewish youth groups throughout

the state of Michigan.

Ben Teitel often said he should write a book

about his remarkable life. From a grateful

cornnwnity, we would say the Ben N. Teitel

Charitable Trust has created an ever-growing,

living legacy from Ben Teitel, far better than

the pages of any book.

THANKS A MILLENNIUM.

This is Federation

Visit us online.: www.thisisfederation.org

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