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April 16, 2004 - Image 96

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OBITS from page 97

EDWARD CHINSKY, 81, of West

Bloomfield, died April 8, 2004. He
served as a pilot in the Royal
Canadian Air Force
during World War II.
Returning from the
war, he was recruited
by the Haganah to fly
for the Jewish air serv-
ice in Palestine; he
was sent to Panama to
work as a crewmem-
Chinsky
ber of a fictitious
Panamanian airline,
whose real job was to ferry aircraft to
Palestine.
Mr. Chinsky was later among the
first El Al pilots flying Gen. Yigal
Yadin and his advisers to Paris for a
U.N. meeting.
After returning to Canada, Mr.
Chinsky worked at Adelman's depart-
ment stores while studying to become
an accountant. He came to the
Detroit area in the 1950s and worked
for 30 years at Federal department
stores in Highland Park, working his
way up to the position of controller of
the company. He and his wife moved

to Florida and lived there for 24 years
before moving back to Detroit. While
there, Mr. Chinsky worked for
Butters and Butters.
He is survived by his son and
daughter-in-law, David and Eva
Chinsky of Farmington Hills; daugh-
ter and son-in-law, Debi and Hartley
Harris; grandchildren, Joel and Clara
Chinsky, Mychal and Erin Harris; sis-
ters and brother-in-law, Leah Nickin
of Florida, Rachel and Manny Moorin
of Florida. He was the beloved hus-
band for 50 years of the late Rochelle
Chinsky; dear brother-in-law of the
late Sidney Nickin.
Interment at Oakview Cemetery.
Contributions may be made to
Michigan Friends of the Israel Defense
Forces, P.O. Box 999, Walled Lake,
MI 48390 or Henry Ford Hospice,
6020 W. Maple, Suite 500, West
Bloomfield, MI 48322. Arrangements
by Ira Kaufman Chapel.

NINA FREILICH, 88, of Oak Park,

died April 9, 2004.
She is survived by her sons and
daughters-in-law, Sy and Diana
Freilich of White Lake, Sheldon and
Elisa Freilich of Bloomfield Hills;
grandchildren, Jonathan (Renee)

Bloomfield Hills, died April 2, 2004.
He was president of Parts Company
of Eastpointe for 35 years, until his
retirement in 1999.
He is survived by his wife, Beverly
Genser Gold; daughters, Dr. Susan
Gold of Modesto, Calif., Dr. Nancy
Gold of Rancho Santa Fe, Calif.,
Michelle Romy Proctor of Puyallup,
Wash.; sister, Lillian Zakon; brother,
Ervin Gold; sisters-in-law and broth-
ers-in-law, Sylvia and Sid Debin,
Arthur and Fern Genser, Annette
Genser Leckhart; grandson, Austen
William Proctor.
Contributions may be made to a
charity of one's choice. Services and
interment at Beth Abraham Cemetery.
Arrangements by Hebrew Memorial
Chapel.

JUDITH A. GRODMAN, 69, for-

mer Detroiter of Las Vegas, Nev., died
April 6, 2004.
She is survived by her husband,
Leonard; sons and daughter-in-law,
Dennis and Tess Grodman, Jeffrey
Grodman; granddaughter, Jennifer



OBITS on page 100

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