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The Detroit Jewish News, 2006-05-18

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Teen Mourned from page 19

and privileged and lucky to have
you for 16 years
Others described Wultz as a
deeply spiritual young man with
a passion for basketball and for
Israel.
"Daniel was a person who radi-
ated kindness and peace and love
to anyone he was around;' said
Eitan Lukin, 16, who studied and
played pick-up games with him
at the David Posnack Hebrew Day
School in Florida, before he made
aliyah with his family nine months
ago. "He loved Israel, and he want-
ed to live here after he finished
high school."
U.S. Ambassador Richard Jones
offered condolences to the bereaved
family and placed a triangular
folded flag on the casket. He also
praised Wultz's strength in fighting
to survive for 27 days, considering
the severity of his wounds.
"Although the bloodthirsty ter-

Leo D. Maxbauer
Senior Managing Director

rorists took Daniel's life, they can-
not deprive us of his spirit;' he said.

Wultz died Sunday, May 14, of
complications associated with
infections stemming from his mas-
sive injuries. He became the 11th
fatality of the attack. He was buried
on Tuesday following a memorial
service at the Chabad Lubavitch
synagogue in Weston.
Another victim of the falafel café
bombing died May 13. He was Lior
Anidzar, 26, who had just been
married 13 days before the bomb-
ing. ❑

You Can Help

StandWithUs-Michigan, a pro-Israel
advocacy group, will continue to
collect donations to help the Wultz
family defray the cost of medical
expenses.
Contributions to "Detroiters
for Daniel" can be made locally at
Tapper's Diamonds & Fine Jewelry,
Emery's, Harvard Row Kosher
Meats, Zeman's Bakery, Esther's
Judaica, Spitzer's, Jewish Acadamy
of Metropolitan Detroit and Hillel
Day School. Make checks out to
"Daniel Wultz Fund." They also can
be sent to StandWithUs-Michigan,
P.O. Box 251153, West Bloomfield,
MI 48325.
Condolences can be sent to the
family in care of Daniel's school,
David Posnack Hebrew Day School,
6511 W. Sunrise Blvd., Plantation,
FL. 33313.

Call Leo Maxbauer
today at 248-603-0519

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