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The Detroit Jewish News, 2005-12-29

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and received her bachelor's and
master's degrees from the
University of Michigan. She was the
recipient of the Grinnell Grand
Opera Scholarship in 1960, when
she moved to New York City.
Mrs. Costa-Greenspon performed
as a mezzo-soprano with the New
York City Opera Company for more
than 30 years. In 1997, shel helped
created the musical theater pro-
gram at the Bronx High School of
Science, where she taught for the
past seven years.
Mrs. Costa-Greenspon is sur-
vived by her husband, Giorgio
Costa; son, Stefano; loving rela-
tives, Sharon Rose, Marilyn Guss,
Milton and Iris Zaft, Stephanie
Zaft, Jeffrey, Marvin and Howard
Guss, Elisheva and Adam Samuels.
She was the daughter of the late
Ruth and Edward Greenspon; niece
of the late Hermina and Barney
Forman and the late Adrian Zaft.
Contributions may be to a chari-
ty of one's choice. Interment at
Mount Hope Cemetery in Hastings-
on-Hudson, N.Y. Local shivah will
be Jan. 2-4, 2006, at the home of
Mrs. Marilyn Guss, 5551 Brompton
Court, West Bloomfield, MI 48322.
Prayers will be at 7 p.m. each night.

LONNIE (SIMON) GOLENBERG,
of Cleveland, Ohio.
She is survived by her children,
Shelly (Thomas) Galvin of
Cleveland, Marvin of Newton
Centre, Mass., Milton (Jennifer) of
Australia, Edward (Zipora)
Golenberg of Farmington Hills;
grandchildren, Michael (Eve)
Galvin, Emily Golenberg, Anna
(Daniel Saint Andre) Golenberg,
Carl (Monica) Golenberg, Leah,
Lavie, Nurit, Netta Golenberg;
great-grandchildren, Baila and
Tamar Galvin, Leeta Golenberg; sis-
ter; Sylvia Feuer; brothers and sis-
ters-in-law, Henry and Sylvia
Simon, Irving and Leverne Simon.
She was the beloved wife of the late
Louis; grandmother of the late
Katie Galvin.
Services in Cleveland.
Contributions maybe made to the
Katie Galvin Cancer Patient Fund,
c/o Rainbow Babies and Children's
Hospital, do the University
Hospitals of Cleveland, P. 0. Box
74947, Cleveland, OH 44101-9927
or the Louis and Lonnie Golenberg
gho Pi Phi Scholarship Fund at the

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