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The Detroit Jewish News, 2004-09-04

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Phone: (248) 549-3411, (800) 723-1231
Fax: (248) 549-7713
Traditional Jewish burial with Chevra Kadisha
supervision. Chapel or graveside service avail-
able. Single or family sites. Memorialization,
grave decoration, summer or winter.

tual counseling. Home health aides and
trained volunteers. Care at home, Farmington
Hills Hospice Home, nursing home or hospi-
tal. Services covered by Medicare, Medicaid
and most insurance. For Jewish Hospice
Program, call Bobbie Blitz at (248) 253-2580.

Dorfman Chapel, The
30440 12 Mile Road
Farmington Hills, MI 48334
Phone: (248) 406-6000
E-mail: adfundir@aol.com
We provide the finest professional services
while serving each individual as we would a
family member, with our beautiful chapel in
Farmington Hills.

Ira Kaufman Chapel
18325 W. Nine Mile Road
Southfield, MI 48075
Phone: (248) 569-0020, (800) 325-7105
E-mail: info@irakaufman.com
Website: Nvww.irakaufman.com
For over 60 years, providing graveside, large
chapel, small chapel and cemetery services in
observance of the 3000-year traditions of the
Jewish funeral.

Evergreen Cemetery
Congregation Kehillat Israel
2014 Forest Road
Lansing, MI 48910-3711
Phone: (517) 882-0049, (517) 882-4564
Fax: (517) 852-9270
E-mail: kilori@acd.net

Hebrew Memorial Chapel
26640 Greenfield Road
Oak Park, MI 48237
Phone: (248) 543-1622
Serving the entire Detroit Jewish community
with dignity and compassion regardless of reli-
gious affiliation or commitment.

Hospice of Integrated Health Services
24445 Northwestern Hwy., Suite 105
Southfield, MI 48075
Phone: (248) 355-9900
Provides hospice care. Services provided at
patients' residences. The patient's clergy is a
priority by caring for dying people in accor-
dance with Jewish laws, traditions and values.

Hospice of Michigan
400 Mack Ave.
Detroit, MI 48201
Phone: (313) 578-5000
Fax: (313) 578-6387
E-mail: info@hom.org
Website: www.hom.org
Comprehensive, compassionate care for those
living with terminal illness. Support for loved
ones. Medical, nursing, social work and spiri-

Detroit Jewish News, The
29200 Northwestern Hwy #110
Southfield, MI 48034
Phone: (248) 354-6060
Fax: (248) 304-8885
Website: www.detroitjewishnews.com

Jewish Hospice and Chaplaincy Network
24123 Greenfield Road
Southfield, MI 48075
Phone: (248) 559-1500, ext. 200
(248) 613-8846 cell
E-mail: rabbibunni@aol.com
Provides guidance and support for families
dealing with end-of-life issues. Provides spiri-
tual care and patient advocacy for terminally
ill Jewish patients in hospices throughout
Southeastern Michigan.

Machpelah Cemetery
21701 Woodward Ave.
P.O. Box 20039
Ferndale, MI 48506
Phone: (248) 542-1146
Fax: (248) 542-3409
E-mail: machpelah@provide.net
Website: machpelahcemetery.org
Serving the needs of the Detroit Jewish com-
munity for over 80 years. Burial spaces are
still available. Our beautiful chapel is avail-
able for services.

Machpelah Cemetery of Congregation
Beth Israel
3400 Branch Road
Flint, MI 48506
Phone: (810) 732-6310 synagogue office
(810) 733-5271
Website: www.cbiflint.org
Cemetery main gate open Sunday-Friday 9

The Detroit Jewish News has been
the largest and most comprehen-
sive Jewish newspaper in North
American since 1942. Its weekly
publication schedule and continal-
ly updated website result in more
readers of JN content than ever in
its 62-year history. The content
reflects the changing and unique
needs and interests of the Detroit-
area community and is informative
and welcoming for all Jews regard-
less of affiliation or religious obser-
vance. The content includes local,
national and world news and opin-
ion, community, spirituality, and Jewish holi-
day coverage, contemporary arts and enter-
tainment reviews, lifecycle announcements
from birth to death, themed special issues and
an in-paper monthly glossy lifecycle section
entitled JN Platinum. The Detroit Jewish

a.m.-5 p.m. Pedestrian gate always open.
Nusach H'ari Cemetery
21905 Woodward Ave.
Ferndale, MI 48220
Phone: (248) 398-1888

Oakhill Cemetery
Temple Emanuel
1715 E. Fulton St.
Grand Rapids, MI 49503
Phone: (616) 459-5976
Fax: (616) 459-6510
Website: www.templeeumanuelgr.org

Westwood-Mishkan Israel Cemetery
26200 Michigan Ave.
Inkster, MI 48141
Phone: (248) 398-1888

Workmen's Circle Cemetery
33550 Gratiot Ave.
Clinton Twp„ MI 48035
Phone: (248) 545-0985
Fax: (248) 545-2628
Founded in 1917. Cemetery plots available to
the Jewish community. Graveside service
available. Featuring first Holocaust memorial
built in the metropolitan Detroit area.

Interfaith Ceremonies

Congregation Ahavat Shalom

Please see Congregation Ahavat Shalom

Birmingham Temple

Please see Birmingham Temple

Temple Shir Shalom

Please see Temple Shir Shalom

Weiss, D.D., M.S.W., Rabbi Richard A.
28490 Venice Circle
Farmington Hills, MI 48334
Phone: (248) 932-1941
Email: raw728@aol.com
Co-officiates at interfaith weddings and same
sex commitment ceremonies. Marriage prepa-
ration by rabbi with master's in social work
and advanced certificate in couples and fami-
lies. Bereavement and general counseling.

News is distributed by mail through subscrip-
tion and is available for sales in coin boxes
and newsstands.

Detroit Radio Information Service-DRIS
4600 Cass Ave.
Detroit, MI 48201
Phone: (313) 577-4146
(313) 577-4207 outreach and
program hotline
E-mail: dris@wayne.edu
Website: www.wdetfm.org/dris
Local radio reading and information service
for blind/print-impaired. Newspapers, maga-
zines read verbatim (JN), issues, resources dis-
cussed. Broadcast to individuals and care
facilities 24/7 via special receivers and web-
casting. Carry New York-based In Touch
Network, a service of the Jewish Guild for the

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