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The Detroit Jewish News, 2004-03-12

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In great sorrow,
the Detroit Friends of Bar Ilan University
mourn the passing of

Alison DeVine. Mr. Holskin was the
beloved father-in-law of the late
Bernard DeVine.
Interment at Woodmere Cemetery.
Contributions may be made to
Children's Hospital, do Georgie
Ginopolis Foundation, 38901
Beaubien, Detroit, MI 48201.
Arrangements by Ira Kaufman Chapel

PAUL KANTER, 82, of Southfield,
died March 5, 2004.
He is survived by his wife, Irene
Kanter; daughter, Judy Kanter of
Southfield; sister and brother-in-law,
Leah and Pete Yura of West
Bloomfield; grandchildren, Jeremy
and Ami Friedman, Steven Friedman.
He was the loving father of the late
Marlene Friedman.
Contributions may be made to
American Cancer Society, 18505 W.
12 Mile Road, Southfield, MI
48076. Interment at Hebrew
Memorial Park. Arrangements by
Hebrew Memorial Chapel.

BERNIE KATZ, 78, of Detroit, died
March 6, 2004. He was a well known
accompanist, playing for such greats
as Judy Garland, Ethel Merman,
Sophie Tucker, Mickey Rooney, Lena
Horne, the Andrew Sisters, Pinchas
Zuckerman and Itzhak Perlman. He
even played with silent film star Pola
Negri. He toured with the Piccolo
Opera Company and was director of
programs at the Players.
For years, he played at Hugo's in
the Park Shelton every Thursday
night and at the Scotch and Sirloin
until 1966. Crowds came to hear his
unique arrangements of show tunes
and his original work on the key-
board. He also played with the
Detroit Symphony Orchestra and the
Detroit Concert Band.
In addition, Mr. Katz was a piano
teacher, harpsichordist, composer,
vocal coach and musical "show doc-
tor." He was also an art collector and
gourmet cook.
Mr. Katz was known for the work
he did with struggling musicians,
never refusing to be an accompanist
and not demanding payment from
performers without funds.
He was known among musicians for
his tremendous sight reading ability,
being abole to read just about any
sheet music or to "fake" when sheet
music was unavailable.
In the 1970s, Mr. Katz formed the
Brio Trio, arranging all the music and
giving programs at the Birmingham

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Dr. Mathew Borovoy,
of blessed memory

Mat and Joyce gave to our University not only their resources and their love,
but also their beautiful children. The Borovoy family has become apart of the
Bar-Ilan family, and Mat's passing is the University's great loss.

May Joyce and their six children and eight grandchildren be comforted by
Mat's unswerving warmth and menchlekeit.

The Officers, Faculty, and student body
of Bar-Ilan University
mourn the passing of

Dr. Mathew Borovoy,
of blessed memory

Mat, along with his dear Joyce, was a great friend of the University, sponsor
of the Borovoy Classroom, charter member of Bar-Man's Founders Society,
and among its earliest Exodus Scholarship sponsors. He will be dearly
missed.
May his family know no more sorrow.

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