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The Detroit Jewish News, 2005-03-24

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Kathleen Babbin, Thomas and Andrea
Solomon, Jean Solomon, Carol and
Aaron Sable, Robert Weltman, Nancy
and Robert Shostak, Joan and John
Hamburger, Linda Solomon and Carl
Bunin, Donna Solomon and Brad
Ginn, Charles Solomon and Debra
Edwards; 26 grandchildren. She was
the beloved wife of the late Mark
Solomon; devoted mother of the late
Helen Babbin; cherished mother-in-
law of the late Fred Babbin; loving
grandmother of the late Margie
Interment at Clover Hill Park
Cemetery. Contributions may be made
to a charity of one's choice.
Arrangements by Ira Kaufman Chapel.

NORMAN ZUKIN, 75, of West
Bloomfield, died March 15, 2005. He
was the owner of Zukin's Ice Cream
Parlor and owner of
Zukin's Distribut-
ing Company.
Mr. Zukin is sur-
vived by his daugh-
ters and sons-in-
law, Deborah Zukin
and John
Honeyman of West
Jacqueline and
Dennis Redick of
White Lake,
Michelle and Randy McKinstry of
White Lake, Sherly and John Logue of
Commerce Township; son and daugh-
ter-in-law, Steven and Linda Zukin of
Waterford; grandchildren, Rebecca and
Nora Honeyman, Sarah and Rachel
Redick, Wendi and Michael
McKinstry, Adam Logue; great-grand-
son, Daniel Troxell; sister, Lillian
Goldberg; sisters-in-law, Sylvia Zukin,
Ilene Manko, Rose Morgan and Esther
Manko. He was the beloved husband
of the late Rae Zukin; dear brother of
the late Daniel Zukin.
Interment at Adat Shalom Memorial
Park. Contributions may be made to a
charity of one's choice. Arrangements
by Ira Kaufman Chapel.


• The obituary for Sam Lezell
(March 10) should have indicated
that he is also survived by sisters-in-
law, Judith Stulberg, Lenora Stulberg
and Gertrude Rosen.
• The obituary for Harold Gold-
stone (March 17) should have indicat-
ed that he is survived by his children,
Deborah and Harvey Markzon.

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