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The Detroit Jewish News, 2005-09-22

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Making a Lasting Memory.

At the Ira liaufinan Chapel, we help your family with the final tribute of those you love

both in Palm Springs and Los
Angeles.
In Palm Springs, he founded and
developed the Waterford subdivision
and was a generous and active mem-
ber of the boards of trustees of
Temple Isaiah, the McCallum Theatre
and the Palm Springs Philharmonic
and was involved in many philan-
thropic activities. He was also active
on the board of trustees at
Congregation Shaarey Zedek in
Southfield. He was a member of
Tamarisk Country Club in Rancho
Mirage and Hillcrest Country Club in
Los Angeles.
He is survived by his wife of 53
years, Marjorie Victor of Rancho
Mirage; sons, Bruce, Skip and
Johnathan Victor; grandchildren,
Severin, Melissa, Jillian, Aidan,
Bennett and Cameron Victor; sisters,
Judy Stulberg, Shirley Finkel and
Harriet Goldberg. He was the beloved
son of the late Samuel and the late
Anya Victor.
Services and interment in Califor-
nia. Contributions may be made to a
charity of one's choice. Local arrange-
ments by Ira Kaufman Chapel.

Pack & Deliver Ri-ish Hashanah
Packages - Tikkun Olam
Volunteers (TOV), a program
of The Jewish Federation
Women's Campaign and
Education Department,
9:30 am, Tues. Sept 27, 2005
Max M. Fisher Federation
Building. 6735 Telegraph Road
Bloomfield Hills

Volunteers will prepare and
deliver Rosh Hashanah packages
to older adults in care facilities
and in community at large.

Correction

• The obituary fro Meyer Shear
(Aug. 25) should have indicated
that his grandson's name is Max
Shear.

A $5 donation is appreciated to
help cover costs of packaged
items.

For more information,
or to register,
call (248) 203-1486, or go to
www.thisisfederation.orgievents/tov.asp

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HARRY YELLEN, 98, of West .

Bloomfield, died Sept. 14, 2005.
He is survived by his son and
daughter-in-law, Joel and Charna
Yellen of West Bloomfield; daughter
and son-in-law, Barbara and Robert
Roether of Ann Arbor; grandchildren,
David Yellen, Kim Yellen and Edward
Whipkey, Geoffrey and Susan
Roether, Andy Roether, Matt Roether;
great-grandchildren, Max, Brooke,
Ella, Cooper. He was the beloved hus-
band of the late Mary Sinai Yellen;
loving father of the late Irving Yellen.
Contributions may be made to Yad
Ezra, 2850 W. 11 Mile Road, Berkley,
MI 48072; American Cancer Society,
18505 W. 12 Mile Road, Southfield,
MI 48076. Services and interment at
Hebrew Memorial Park.
Arrangements by Hebrew Memorial
Chapel.

Volunteers will meet at Max M.
Fisher Federation Building at
9:30 am. Volunteers can choose
to pack only, or pack and deliver.
A continental breakfast is
included.



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Participating Charities:

Alyn Hospital

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Greater Michigan Chapter

ARMDI - American Red
Magen David for Israel

Barbara Ann
Karmanos Cancer Institute

B'nai B'rith
Great Lakes Region

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Organization -
Michigan Chapter

Congregation B'nai Moshe

Detroit Friends of II
University

Eastern Mich
University Hillel

Fresh Air Society and
Tamarack Camps

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of Metro Detroi

Greater Detroit Chapter of
Hadassah

The Jewish Federation of
Metropolitan Detroit

Hillel Foundation of
Metropolitan Detroit

Jewish Historical Society

Hospice of Michigan

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Services

The Jerusalem
Foundation

Jewish Hospice &
Chaplaincy Network

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Temple Shir Shalom

Women's American ORT
Michigan Region

University of Michigan
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Yad Sarah

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