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The Detroit Jewish News, 2006-02-02

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Florida, Clement and Georgia Levy of
Sterling Heights, Roger and Marie
Levy of Bloomfield Hills; sisters and
brothers-in-law, Solange and Jim Latif
of Palm Beach, Fla., Yvonne and Guy
Leguen of Paris, France, Aida Bajou of
Nice, France, Camille and Obie
Daniels, Marie and Jim Phillips;
grandchildren, Majd Maroun, Zeiad
Mroueh, Nour Elhouda Mroueh,
Mahadi Mroueh, Isaac Mayers,
Fahteyah Mayers, Felix Mayers. She
was the beloved husband of the late
Walter Mayers.
Contributions may be made to a
charity of one's choice. Services and
interment at Hebrew Memorial Park.
Arrangements by Hebrew Memorial
Chapel.

ELEANOR NEVIN, 91, of Auburn

Hills, died Jan. 27, 2006.
She is survived by her nieces and
nephews, Judy and Dr. Gaylord
Alexander of Bloomfield Hills, Robert
and Leslie Jacobs of Bloomfield Hills;
great-nieces and great-nephews,
Marcy Lynn and Wayne Burkey of
New York, Lauren and Eric Bean of
Franklin, Lindsey and Brett Finsilver
of West Bloomfield. She was the
beloved daughter of the late Minnie
and the late Hyman Nevin; loving sis-
ter of the late Florence and the late Dr.
Clarence Jacobs, the late Paul and the
late Georgine Nevin and the late
Jerome Nevin.
Interment at Clover Hill Park
Cemetery. Contributions may be made
to a charity of one's choice.
Arrangements by Ira Kaufman
Chapel.

SALLEE ROSEN VAINIK, 72, of West

Tending to funeral arrangements is an emotional process.

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Bloomfield, died Jan. 27, 2006. She
taught students the benefits of yoga •
and meditation for over 30 years and
was widely recognized as an expert in
her field. She was a
past president of
the Yoga
Association of
Michigan and
served on the plan-
ning committee for
the annual semi-
Rosen-Vainik
nars for many
years.
Mrs. Rosen-Vainik appeared on tel-
evision and radio broadcasts as an
expert on nutrition. She also served as
a docent of the Holocaust Memorial
Center for many years. In addition,
Mrs. Rosen-Vainik was a life member

Choosing the right professionals to handle the details

can help alleviate the stress.

That is why people turn to Alan and Jonathan Dorfman

Arrangements can be made from anywhere in the country,.

www.thedorfmanchapel.com
30440 Twelve Mile Road • Farmington Hills • MI 48334 • 248.406.6000
TOLL FREE 1-866-406-6003

LICENSED FUNERAL DIRECTORS: ALAN DORENIAN, JONATHAN DORFNIAN

Obituaries on page 84

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