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The Detroit Jewish News, 2004-09-03

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Obituaries

YESHIVA BETH YEHUDAH

School for Boys • Beth Jacob School for Girls • Early Childhood Development Center
15751 W. Lincoln Drive • Southfield, MI 48076 • (248) 557-6750
"The entire world is sustained by the Torah study of young children"

During the coming week, the students of Yeshiva Beth Yehudah
will study in memory of the following departed friends.
In addition, Kaddish will be said during the daily minyan.

OBITS

Faye Tenenberg
Harriet Weingarden
Abraham Yassky

Elul 19 / September5

Joseph Goldman
Fannie Lifshitz
Arthur Schecter
Jacob Steinbock
Bessie Weingarden
Harry Weiswasser

Dora Chaben
Peter S. Goldstein
Anne H. Helfman
Hyman Krasnick
Anna Libowsky
Regina Rubinstein
Max Schneider
Harry Thav

Elul 22 / September8

Morris Brooks
Esther R. Carmen
Philip Forman
Michael Gantz
Jack Robert Geffen
Harry Mondry
Sigmund Rohlik
Fannie Schwartz
Jack Seder

Elul 20 / September6

Herman Diamond
Sam Fenkel
Dora Esther Green
Louis Klavons
Nechemia Lieberman
Bernice Osborne

Morris Albert
Max Averbach
Burton Burnstein
Meyer Levy
Jacob Miller
Jacob Must
Naomi Esther Portnoy
Sophie Scherr
Sara Wool

Yehudith Cohen
Mark Madoff
Benjamin Marton
Leah Morrison
Rebecca Podolsky
Morris Rosenberg
Tillie Sansky
Anna Sczweitzer

Anna Bloom
Sarah Glassman
Rev. Lester King
Samuel Norber
Michael Opas
Ruth Schwartz
Fay Simon

Jeremy (Ami) Friedman, Steven
Friedman, Lauren, Alyssa, Jamie
Schefman, Brian, Kevin and Randi
Garfield.
Interment at the Clover Hill Park
Cemetery. Contributions may be made
to a charity of one's choice.
Arrangements by Dorfman Chapel.

Elul 25 / September 11

Elul 23 / September9

Elul 21 / September?

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The Family of the Late

"Same Location 50 Years"

CHARLOTTE STROSBERG

Announces the unveiling of
a monument in her memory
Sunday, September 12th, at 12 noon.
Adat Shalom cemetery. Family and
friends are invited to attend.

876730

• Monuments and Markers
• Bronze Markers
• Memorial Duplicating
• Cemetery Lettering & Cleaning
CEMETERY INSTALLATION
ANYWHERE IN MICHIGAN

Call 248-542-8266

9/ 3

2004

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661 E. 8 MILE ROAD FERNDALE
1 1/2 blocks East of Woodward

RUTH GILL, 63, formerly of
Southfield of Hertzaliya, Israel, died
Aug. 16, 2004. She
taught arts and
crafts for 15 years at
Hillel Day School.
She was responsible
for the painting of
the wall panel deco-
rations in Hillel's
auditorium. She
also taught music at
Congregation
Gill
Shaarey Zedek and
Hebrew studies at
the Jewish Community Center. Mrs.
Gill moved back to Israel in 1985 and
spent her time working in sales and
helping to raise her granddaughters.
Mrs. Gill is survived by her daughter
and son-in-law, Erit Gill-Riek and Eran
Riek of Bat Hefer, Israel; granddaugh-
ters, Aviv and Idan Riek; mother, Esther
Mashiach of Hertzaliya; stepson, Rotem
Gill and his wife, Kathy, of West
Bloomfield; sisters, Ronit and Revital
Mashiach of Israel; brother, Shlomo
Mashiach of San Diego.
Interment in Har Himenuchot
Cemetery in Jerusalem. A program is
being developed in Israel to bring joy to
children who have cancer. Donations
may be sent to Ronit Mashiach, Ben
Ham St. 2/12, Ramat Ha-Sharon, Israel
47261, re: account 081252/36 at
branch 665 of Bank Leumi Israel 10.

EMANUEL "MANNY" GORLAND,

MONUMENT CENTER

INC.

from page 99

Elul 24 / September 10

In Loving Memory of

RUTHIE WINOGRON
ORGANEK

Forever in our hearts with love. Sadly

missed and always remembered.

Rose and Abe Winogron
Jacob and Danielle, Debbie, Joe,
Matthew and Stefanie

867070

88, of Pleasant Ridge, died Aug. 8,
2004. He received his law degree from
Brooklyn Law
School. Before
World War II, he
was a draft person
designer of military
hospital vessels.
Entering the Army
in 1944, he became
a sergeant major
and served in the
Judge Advocate
Gorland
Corps in Japan.
Following the
war, Mr. Gorland was a self-employed
attorney and co-owner of a children's
clothing store, Trudy and Paul's. He
went back to school in 1957 and
received a master's degree from New

York University in administration. From
1957-1960, he worked as assistant direc-
tor of Shenango Valley Regional
Planning Commission. From 1960-
1966, he was director of urban city
renewal for Terra Haute, Ind. From
1966-1976, he was director of commu-
nity improvement for the city of
Lincoln Park, Mich., and became a con-
sultant for Royal Oak, Detroit and
other local communities.
Mr. Gorland was the author of Urban
Renewal Administration, which was pub-
lished by Wayne State University Press.
Before his retirement, he worked for
Livermore, Calif, as director of commu-
nity development and became the direc-
tor of economical and industrial devel-
opment for County of Solano, Calif
After retiring, he was active with substi-
tute teaching and writing a weekly col-
umn for the Fairfield, Calif, newspaper.
He was an active member locally of
Temple Emanu-El.
Mr. Gorland is survived by his sons
and daughters-in-law, Scott and Jennifer
Gorland of Pleasant Ridge, Gary
Gorland and Joyce Yarrow of
Washington, Robert and Elizabeth
Gorland of Pennsylvania; grandchildren,
Eric, Chase, Jackson, Ian, Caroline and
Benjamin Gorland. He was the beloved
husband of the late Gertrude Gorland.
Interment at Beth El Memorial Park.
Contributions may be made to the
American Stroke Association, 7272
Greenville Avenue, Dallas, TX 75231 or
Boys Hope Girls Hope, PO Box 21085,
Detroit, MI 48221. Arrangements by
Ira Kaufman Chapel.

DR. SAMUEL INDENBAUM, 72, of
Franklin, died Aug. 31, 2004. He was
the former chief of staff and chief of
rheumatology at Sinai Hospital of
Detroit.
Dr. Indenbaum is survived by his
wife, Valerie; son and daughter-in-law,
Michael and Leslye of Franklin; daugh-
ters and sons-in-law, Sarah and Dr. Neal
Krasnick, Dr. Amy and David Green,
Drs. Rebecca and Harry Wasvary, all of
Franklin; grandchildren, Bradley, Brian
and Nathan Krasnick, Shoshana, Alyssa
and Lilly Indenbaum, Adam, Jonathan
and Jack Green, Maggie, Joanna and
Eve Wasvary; sister, Yetta Kritzer of
Southfield; brother, Bernard Indenbaum
of Oak Park.
Interment at Clover Hill Memorial
Park. Arrangements by Kaufman
Chapel.
A complete obituary will appear in the
Sept. 10 Jewish News.

ALBERT KELLMAN, 85, of Sterling,
died Aug. 27, 2004.

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