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NATHAN BARNETT, 86, of Oak
Park, died Dec. 30, 2004.
He is survived by his wife, Betty
Barnett; sons and daughters-in-law,
Ronald and Pamela Barnett of Lake
Worth, Fla., Alan and Rhonda Barnett
of Southfield; daughter and son-in-law,
Carol and Michael Havis of Farmington
Hills; grandchildren, Solomon Havis,
Benjamin Havis, Joshua Barnett, Justin
Contributions may be made to a char-
ity of one's choice. Services and inter-
ment at Hebrew Memorial Park.
Arrangements by Hebrew Memorial
ROSSLYN L. BERMAN, 80, of
Southfield, died Dec. 30, 2004.
She is survived by her beloved hus-
band, R. Edward Berman; sons and
daughters-in-law, Eric and Janey Simon
of Boca Raton, Fla., Lawrence and Susan
Simon of Libertyville, Ill.; daughters,
Audrey Simon of Ann Arbor, Andrea
Surowitz of Chatsworth, CRlif.; grand-
children, Michael Surowitz, Billy Noah
Sullivan, Alan Simon, Richard Simon,
James Simon and Elizabeth Simon.
Interment at the Beth El Memorial
Park Cemetery. Contributions may be
made to a charity of one's choice.
Arrangements by Doifiiian Chapel.
Rosen Vainik and Philip Vainik. She was
the beloved wife of the late Herbert
Chernick; loving sister of the late
Beatrice Diamond; dear sister-in-law of
the late Peter Diamond.
Interment at Clover Hill Park
Cemetery. Contributions may be made
to the Multiple Myeloma Research
Foundation, 51 Locust Avenue, Suite
201, New Canaan, CT 06840 or the
American Lung Association of
Michigan, 25900 Greenfield Road, Suite
401, Oak Park, MI 48237.
Arrangements by Ira Kaufman Chapel.
CIVIA (DIEM) DEDDEH, 53, of Oak
Park, died Dec. 28, 2004.
She is survived by her son and daugh-
ter-in-law, Jeffrey and Kelly Weingust of
Warren; brother, Jerry Diem of Oak
Park; sister-in-law, Donna Diem of Oak
Park; nephew, Joshua Diem; three
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
EUGENE COHN, 98, of Oak Park,
SAUL G. DUNITZ, 91, of Farmington
died Jan. 2, 2005.
He is survived by his wife, Doris
Cohn; daughters and sons-in-law,
Shayna and Rabbi Eliezer Beer of Oak
Park, Brocha and Rabbi Yehoshaya
Whiter of Brooklyn, Yehudis and Rabbi
Meyer Schiller of Monsey, N.Y.; brothers
and sisters-in-law, Hanley and Florence
Cohn of St. Louis, Mo., Floyd and Anne
Cohn of St. Louis; numerous grandchil-
dren and great-grandchildren.
Contributions may be made to Kollel
Institute of Detroit, 15230 Lincoln, Oak
Park, MI 48237. Interment in Israel.
Arrangements by Hebrew Memorial
Hills, died Dec. 28, 2004. He was a
retired real estate and property manage-
ment executive and a member of
Temple Beth El and Franklin Hills
Country Club. Mr. Dunitz received his
master's in engineering from the
University of Michigan.
He is survived by his wife of 67 years,
LORRAINE COHN, 81, of Southfield,
LINDA HAYDU BOMBRIANT, 59,
of High Point, N.C., formerly of
Detroit, died Dec. 28, 2004.
She is survived by her sister and broth-
er-in-law, Joyce and Joseph Spitzer of
Farmington Hills; adoring husband,
Ronald Bombriant; daughter, Chris
Karamalikis of Miami, Fla.; granddaugh-
ter, Mackenzie. She was the beloved
daughter of the late Bernard Haydu and
the late Mildred Haydu Fox; sister of the
late Martin Haydu.
Services were held in High Point.
Contributions may be made to the
American Cancer Society or a charity of
FRANCES "FAY" CHERNICK, 79, of
West Bloomfield, died Dec. 22, 2004.
She was a commercial and residential
builder and developer. She was also a
member of Congregation Shaarey
Zedek, Yad Ezra, Hacinssah and a tran-
scriptionist for the blind.
Mrs. Chernick is survived by her
daughters and son-in-law, Karen "Kacy"
Max of Bloomfield Hills, Alene
Chernick of West Bloomfield, Marcy
and John Gottesman of Bloomfield
Hills; grandchildren, Carly Max and
fiance, James Sheridan, Kimberly Max,
Jaclyn Gottesman, Joshua Gottesman;
sister-in-law and brother-in-law, Sallee
died Jan. 3, 2004. She was an active
chairman of B'nai Kith blood drive, a
member of Hadassah and a member of
Temple Israel and the Temple Treasurers.
Mrs. Cohn is survived by her husband
of 59 years, Henry J. Cohn; son and
daughter-in-law, William Howard and
Charlene Cohn of Tennessee; daughter
Nancy and Rick
dren, Keith Cohn,
Rachael Cohn and
fiance, David Fall,
Debra and George
and Josh Tobias,
Joseph Keros, Matt Rosenthal, Leah
Huss, Samantha Huss; nine great-grand-
children; brother-in-law and sister-in-
law, Sidney L. and Beverly Cohn. She
was the loving mother of the late Sandra
Huss; dear sister of the late Edna Smiler,
the late June Weinberg and the late
Interment at Beth El Memorial Park.
Contributions may be made to Temple
Treasurers or Caring Community at
Temple Israel. Arrangements by Ira
and a son-in-law,
of Palm Desert,
children, Eric and
Laura and David
McMillian; great- grandchildren,
Sheldon Krause, Kailen McMillian; sis-
ters and brother-in-law, Emma
Friedman of Bronx, Dolly and Bernard
Brown of Franklin. He was the beloved
brother of the late Daniel Dunitz and
the late Shirley Dunitz.
Private interment. Contributions may
be made to the Michigan Friends of the
Israel Defense Forces, P.O. Box 999,
Walled Lake, MI 48390. Arrangements
by Ira Kaufman Chapel.
Health Care With Flair
r. Daniel Edward Hubert, a
psychiatrist who grew up in
Detroit, died in Los Angeles
Dec. 25, 2004, of complications from
treatment for a glioblastoma brain
tumor. He was 59.
The son of the late Dr. William and
Esther Hubert, he graduated from
Mumford High School in 1963, the
University of Michigan in 1967 and
Wayne State University Medical School
Dr. Hubert used his artistic and pro-
fessional skills to educate the public
about disease, winning 25 TV and film
awards for his documentary and film
work. He wrote and composed music
and produced films and documentaries
about Tourette syndrome, dystonia,
schizophrenia, autism, suicide, alco-
holism, breast cancer — and the first
artificial heart patient, Barney Clark,
shown on PBS and Nova.
Movie stars such as Gregory Peck,
Jack Lemmon, McLean Stevenson, Steve
Allen and William Conrad narrated
many of his films. He was honored by
his patients and chosen to receive the
"Hands and Hearts Award" and the
"Falk Fellowship Award," which at the
time was given to the top 10 medical
residents in the country.
Reflecting his drive to help war veter-
ans, Dr. Hubert devoted much of his
career to Veterans Administration med-
ical facilities and programs.
He was a clinical associate professor at
UCLA, Day Hospital Program chief at
the West Los Angeles V.A. Medical
Center and Medical Director for the
VA. Community Rehab project, where
he was instrumental in instituting post-
for Viemam and
Persian Gulf war
He also served
as vice chair of
data and safety
for greater Los
Di: Daniel Hubert Healthcare
and Development Board, which is in
charge of oversight for ethics and patient
safety for ongoing medical research proj-
ects. Dr. Hubert also worked for the
L.A. County Women's Jail and in the
field of substance abuse.
Dr. Hubert was athletic and especially
enjoyed tennis. A pianist, he shared his
love of music with his son, Alex.
He is survived by his wife of 30 years,
Sandra; son, Alex; brothers, and sisters-
in-law, Norman and Wendy Hubert,
Bobby and Paulette Hubert; mother-in-
law, Marie Ann Glauser; brothers-in law,
Bob Glauser and Jim Glauser; sisters-in-
law, Jeanie Glauser and Nancy Orosco;
many nieces and nephews.
Contributions may be made to a
charity of one's choice. El