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The Detroit Jewish News, 2006-03-02

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The Chapel
that recognizes
each family's individual needs.

members of the Franzblau Family.
Mr. Stern was the beloved stepson
of the late Judith Owens Stern.
Interment at Beth AHM Cemetery.
Contributors may consider the Sierra
Club, 2410 W. Beverly Blvd., Los
Angeles, CA 90057. Arrangements by
Ira Kaufman Chapel.

FREDRIKA WEISENTHAL, 66, of
Huntington Woods, died Feb. 16,
2006.
She was a profes-
sor of English
Literature at Wayne
State University and
Henry Ford
Community
College. She tutored
immigrants in
Weisenthal
English. She was
active in making the
10 Mile JCC accessible to all and
donated a family changing room for
the pool.
She was a member of Huntington
Woods Citizens for Peace and many
Jewish philanthropic organizations
as well as many liberal causes
including Peace NOW, the
Democratic Party and ACLU. Just
this year, she sponsored a high
school essay contest promoting
peace. She was also active with
Humanistic Movement and the
Audubon Society.
She is survived by her daughters
and son-in-law, Rebecca Weisenthal
and Michael Cataldo of North
Carolina, Sara Jane Weisenthal of
New York; son, Zack Weisenthal of
California; grandson, Nathan Samuel
Cataldo; sister and brother-in-law,
Deborah Balter and Dr. Larry
Goldschlager of Florida; and sisters-
in-law, Mona Rappaport and Shirley
Goodman.
Mrs. Weisenthal was the beloved
wife of the late Lee Avery Weisenthal
and the dear sister-in-law of the late
Daniel J. Rappaport and the late
Arthur Goodman.
Interment at Adat Shalom
Memorial Park. Contributions may
be made to the Jewish Community
Center in Oak Park or to the Jewish
Hospice and Chaplaincy Network.
Arrangements by Ira Kaufman
Chapel.

MARIAN WESSON, 84, of
California, formerly of Detroit,
passed away Feb. 13, 2006.
She is survived by her loving hus-
band of 42 years, Toni Wesson; sons
and daughters-in-laws, Sandford and

Dina Ashmann of Farmington Hills,
Marshall and Amy Ashmann of
Denver; grandchildren Taal and Lori
Ashmann, Sarit Ashmann, Arthur
Ashmann, Lorraine and Ed Eloriaga;
great-grandson Garret Eloriaga;
nephew and niece, Mike and Mary
Smith, Angela and Jerry Quinlan;
aunt, Patty Fallon; brother-in-law,
Bill and Betty Wesson; many great-
nieces and great-nephews.
Interment in California.
Contributions may be made to a
charity of one's choice.

ANNA YASSER, 84, of Farmington
Hills, died Feb. 21, 2006.
She is survived by her sister, Rose
Schiff; nieces and nephews, Richard
and Diane Schiff, James Schiff, Cara
Bovitz, Gregory and Rachel Bovitz,
Jane Yasser.
Miss Yasser was the loving sister
of the late Martin Yasser and the late
Irving Yasser; dear sister-in-law of
the late Jacob Schiff.
Interment at Adat Shalom
Memorial Park. Contributions may
be made to a charity of one's choice.
Arrangements by Hebrew Memorial
Chapel.

SHERWIN ZAMLER, 44, of Beverly
Hills, died peacefully
at home Feb. 21,
2006, after a two-
year battle with
brain cancer.
He was an attor-
ney at Dawda, Mann,
Mulcahy and Sadler,
Zamler
specializing in envi-
ronmental law.
Born in Detroit, he lived in Beverly
Hills for 41 years, attending Bingham
Farms Elementary, Berkshire Junior
High and Groves High School. Through
those years, he began his lifelong pursuit
of making friends and making music
— and was described as a master of
both.
A man of many strong passions,
including a skill at making pizza and
soup, he showed no limits in his love
and devotion for his family. After mar-
rying his high school sweetheart,
Monica Bisignano, and graduating from
Oakland University and Detroit College
of Law, he settled within walking dis-
tance of his siblings, and close by his
stepfather, stepsister and in-laws.
There, they raised their three children
with a joy and gusto beyond measure.
His law partners, clients and co-

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