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September 24, 2004 - Image 124

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2004-09-24

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Obituaries

OBITS

from page 111

500 NE Spanish River Blvd., Suite 8,
Boca Raton, FL 33431. Arrangements
by Ira Kaufman Chapel.

YIZKOR

IN MEMORY OF THE DEPARTED MEMBERS
OF THE
GREATER DETROIT SCRAP TRADE ASSOCIATION
ALL OF THE FOLLOWING ARE HONORED BY ITS MEMBERS, FOR THEY
WERE THE GLORY OF OUR COMMUNITY. THEY CHEERED US BY THEIR
TOIL AND SERVICE. THEIR MEMORY IS LIKE A BENEDICTION UPON THE
WORK OF OUR HANDS. THEY INSPIRED US TO SERVE INCREASINGLY
FOR THE BENEFIT AND FELLOWSHIP OF ALL MEN.

ZICHRONAM LIVRACHA

LOUIS E.ALPERT
EDWARD ALPERT
NORMAN ALTUS
DAVID ANBENDER
HARRY ANBENDER
MARVIN BARKIN
BEN BAYLES
LEO BORDON
HYMAN CHABEN
ALBERT COHEN
BEN DAVIS
HYMAN DOLINKE
OSCAR DOLINKE
JAY EDER
SID EDER
HARRY FATERNICK
MAX FATERNICK
ARTHUR FEALK
BEN FEALK

PHILIP P. FEALK
JACOB FISHMAN
BEN FOON
EDWARD FOON
LOUIS FOON
PHILIP FOREMAN
ALEX FRIEDMAN
RALPH GOLD
HARRY GORDON
MORRIE GRAFF
MORRIS LANDAU
JACK LEPLER
BEN MALTZMAN
ALAN MANIACI
HENRY MILLER
JACK MILLER
LESTER MILLER
MILT MINKIN
HARRY MU RAV
HERBERT ROSEN

JACK ROSENTHAL
PHIL SASLOVE
TED SCHOLNICK
MARTIN SHULMAN
DAVE SIEGAL
SAM SCHWARTZBERG
DANIEL SILVERMAN
THEODORE SILVERMAN
JACK SIPHER
MORRIS SPECTOR
CLAUDE SUPERSTINE
HYMAN TEPLITSKY
JACK WASSERMAN
SAM WASSERMAN
JACK WEINER
MAX WEINER
ABE WEINTRAUB
LEON WOLOCK
LOUIS WOLOCK

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GEORGE NORMAN, 80, of

Southfield, died Sept. 20, 2004.
He is survived by his children,
Nathan Norman of Southfield, Andrea
and Sheldon
Gordon of
Southfield, Diana
and Iry Shelby of
San Diego, Beth
Norman of
Southfield, Brian
and Roxanne
Newhouse of West
Bloomfield; grand-
children, Jacquelyn
Norman
Gordon, Geoffiey
Gordon, Allison
Gordon, Ashley Gordon, Stacie Shelby,
Robert Shelby, Lorne Newhouse. He
was the beloved husband of the late
Pauline Norman.
Contributions may be made to Texas
Scottish Rite Hospital for Children,
2222 Welborn St., Dallas, TX 75219;
Masonic Home and School, Box
#15040, Forth Worth, TX 76119; or
to a charity of one's choice. Interment
at Adat Shalom Memorial Park.
Arrangements by Hebrew Memorial
Chapel.

ESTHER NORBER, 87, of

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CAROLINE KWARTOWITZ

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2004

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Announces the unveiling of a monument in her memory
11:00 am Sunday, October 3, at Workmen's Circle cemetery,
Beth Yehuda section. Rabbi Yuskovitz is officiating.
Family and friends are invited to attend.

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Farmington, died Sept. 16, 2004.
She is survived by her daughters and
sons-in-law, Evelyn and Hurshul Miller
of Livonia, Marsha and Frederick
Rosenberg of Chadds Ford, Pa.; broth-
er and sister-in-law,
Donald and Bernice
Golde; sisters,
Helen Kasof of
Beverly Hills, Calif.
Marilyn Grobeson
of Culver City,
Calif.; grandchil-
dren, Susan
(Sonny) Estrada,
Norber
David (Amy)
Miller, Joel
(Melanie) Miller, Lawrence Rosenberg
& Mark Rosenberg; great-grandchil-
dren, Jacob, Sarah, Autumn and
Eliana.
Interment at Mezerichter Cemetery
in Roseville. Contributions may be
made to the Alzheimer's Association,
20300 Civic Center Dr. Suite 100,
Southfield, MI 48076 or to a charity
of one's choice. Arrangements by
Dorfman Chapel

ALVIN RICHMAN, 81, of New York,

died Sept. 8, 2004.
He is survived by his children, Keith
(Deborah) of Syosset, N.Y., Ronald
(Carolyn) of Rye, N.Y.; sister and
brother-in-law, Judy and Alfred Stein
of West Bloomfield; grandchildren,
Steven, Jacqueline, Graham and Ryan
Richman.
Services in New York.

SIDNEY RISKIN, 90, of Southfield,

formerly of Flint and Lake Worth, Fla.,
died Sept. 14, 2004. He was born in
Dublin, Ireland, in 1913, one of nine
children. In 1920,
the family moved
from Dubin to
Flint.
As an intelligence
non-commissioned
officer during
World War II, Mr.
Riskin served in the
Southwest Pacific.
Riskin
During his military
career, he also
served as an interpreter in the interro-
gation of prisoners. He was wounded
in action in New Guinea in 1944 and
was decorated with a Purple Heart,
Bronze Star and many other ribbons
and medals of high distinction.
Back in the United States, Mr.
Riskin married Natalie Sedersky of
Chelsea, Mass., and they made their
home in Flint. He owned Riskin
Brothers Auto Parts until his retire-
ment to Lake Worth. Mr. Riskin was a
member of Congregation Beth Israel in
Flint, then Congregation Beth Shalom
in Lake Worth, as well as being active
in the Jewish War Veterans in West
Palm Beach. In 2000, he came back to
Michigan and resided at Menorah
House. There he became Residential
Council president. His philosophy in
life mirrored the words of his favorite
song, "What A Wonderful World."
Family, friends, Judaism and patriotism
were priorities in his wonderful world.
Mr. Riskin is survived by his daugh-
ters and sons-in-law, Marleen and
Richard Kramer of Oak Park, Elayne
and Harvey Urnovitz of Huntington
Woods; grandchildren, Jason (fiancee
Erin Ross) Helfman, Todd (Kristal)
Helfman, Brian Urnovitz, Abby
Urnovitz and Josh Kramer. He was the
beloved husband of the late Natalie
Riskin.
Interment at the Clover Hill Park
Cemetery. Contributions may be made
to Children's Hospital of Michigan,
Development Office, 3901 Beaubien,

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