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March 05, 2004 - Image 114

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2004-03-05

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We Get Questions

Q: My husband died and I was used to him
taking care of the little household duties, such
as electric and plumbing. My kids now want
me to move to an apartment or condominium,
where many of these issues are covered. Can
you recommend a handyman who can help
me, so I can convince my family I can stay in
my house?

OBITS from page 101

by Hebrew Memorial Chapel.


A: Absolutely. I also am a licensed builder

Bloomfield, died March 1, 2004.
He is survived by his wife, Regina
Salama; sons and daughter-in-law,
Dr. Joseph and Rita Salama of
Farmington Hills, Dr. Mayer Salama
of West Bloomfield, Dr. Danny
Salama of West Bloomfield; daughter
and son-in-law, Edna and Larry
Ravitz of Tom's River, N.J.; brother
and sister-in-law, Jack and Pearl
Salama of Israel; sister and brother-
in-law, Regine Chen of Haifa, Israel;
grandchildren, Risa Ravitz, Leah
Ravitz, David and Rebecca Salama,
Evan Salama, Jill Salama. He was the
dear brother-in-law of the late
Maurice Chen.
Contributions may be made to
Keter Torah Synagogue, 5480 Walnut
Lake Road, West Bloomfield, MI
48323; Hillel Day School, 3220
Middlebelt Road, Farmington Hills,
MI 48334 or Jewish National Fund.
Interment at Clover Hill Park
Cemetery. Arrangements by Hebrew
Memorial Chapel.

and can assist you anytime a need arises.

Pearl A. and
George M. Zeltzer
Annual Lecture on
Women and Judaism,
3 pm, Sun., March 14
at Temple Kol Ami,
5085 Walnut Lake Rd,
West Bloomfield

"Did You Ever Have to Make up
Your Mind?: The Conflict
Between Marital Obligation &
Devotion in Rabbinic Literature."
Lecture by Judith Baskin,
Director Harold Schnitzel Family
Program of Judaic Studies,
University of Oregon.

She examines women's competing
obligations to lie divine word,
while maintaining
a meaningful relationship,
in respect to the Talmud.

Sponsored by Cohn-Haddow
Center for Judaic Studies,
Temple Kol Ami, and
Women's Studies.

Admission is free.

All welcome.

For more information,
or to RSVP,
call Leslie at
(248) 661-0040.


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GITTEL STEIN, 88, of Oak Park,
died Feb. 25, 2004.
She is survived by her sons and
daughters-in-law, Rabbi Bentzion and
Chana Stein of Oak Park, Zalman
and Freyda Stein of Boston, Mass.;
brother, Sam Schamban of Oak Park;
numerous grandchildren; numerous
great-grandchildren. She was the
beloved wife of the late Samuel Stein.
Contributions may be made to
Lubavitch Cheder, 14100 W. Nine
Mile Road, Oak Park, MI 48237.
Burial at Zaval Cemetery in Montreal,
Quebec, Canada. Arrangements by
Hebrew Memorial Chapel.

ETHEL TERMAN, 89, of Bingham
Farms, died Feb. 27, 2004.
She is survived by her daughters,
Ina Katz of West ,Bloomfield, Sandra
Tarnopol of Huntington Woods; son
and daughter-in-law, Leonard and
Eileen Terman of Bingham Farms;
grandchildren, Mike and Patty Katz,
Beth and Sheldon Stone, Lori and
Robert Silverstein, Bonnie and Steve
Oshinsky, Karen and Eric Schultz,
Bradley and Kimberly Tarnopol,
Danielle Terman, Robbie Terman; 13
great-grandchildren. She was the
beloved wife of the late Samuel
Terman; loving mother-in-law of the
CHARLES SIEGEL, age 84, of
late Sam Katz and the late Saul
Tamarac, Fla., formerly of Southfield, - Tarnopol.
died Feb. 29, 2004. The retired owner
Contributions may be made to a
of Mr. C's Men's Wear in Ecorse, Mr.
charity of one's choice. Services and
Siegel was a 40-year member of
interment at Hebrew Memorial Park.
Congregation Shaarey Zedek.
Arrangements by Hebrew Memorial
He is survived by his wife of 65
years, Esther Siegel of Tamarac;
daughters and son-in-law, Judy and
HARRY WILSON, 91, of West
Norman Orr of Royal Oak, Rochelle
Bloomfield, died March 1, 2004.
Hoff of Huntington Woods; son and
He is survived by his son and
daughter-in-law, Arnold and Cheryl
daughter-in-law, Allan and Ellen
Siegel of Novi; grandchildren, Lauren Wilson of Waterford; daughter and
Orr, Justin Orr, David and Robin
son-in-law, Pearlena and Dr. Jason
Siegel, Robert Hoff, Jeffrey Siegel and Bodzin of Southfield; grandchildren,
Marc Siegel; great- grandchildren,
Beth and Noam Raz, Gordon Bodzin,
Jordan, Ashley, Danny, Daniel and
Jessica and Gary Kwartowitz, Craig
Joshua Siegel; sister and brother-in-
and Stacy Wilson; great-grandchil-
law, Estelle and Robert Miller of
dren, Max Kwartowitz, Ivy
Hudson, Fla.; brother and sister-in-
Kwaratowitz. He was the beloved
law, Meyer and Beth Siegel of
husband of the late Etta Wilson.
Portland, Ore.; brother-in-law and
Contributions may be made to a
sisters-in-law, Dr. Maurice and
Jewish charity of one's choice.
Norma Sugar, Wilma Sugar. He was
Interment at Nusach Hari Cemetery.
the beloved brother-in-law of the late
Arrangements by Hebrew Memorial
Dr. Saul Sugar, the late Albert Sugar
and the late Beatrice Sugar.
Interment at Clover Hill Park
Cemetery. Contributions may be
made to Congregation Shaarey
Zedek, 27375 Bell Road, Southfield,
• The obituary of Rabbi Hershel
MI 48034. Arrangements by Ira
(Feb. 27, page 89) should have
Kaufman Chapel.
indicated that he had 21 grandchildren.


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