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U-M Computer Pioneer

Sunday, September 17, 2006

2:00 PM

Clover Hill Park Cemetery Chapel

A special memorial service will be conducted by the clergy
of Congregation Shaarey Zee ek and each family
will visit the grave site for a personal prayer.

YESHIVA BETH YEHUDAH

School for Boys • Beth Jacob School for Girls • Early Childhood Development Center
5751 W. Lincoln Drive • Southfield, MI 48076 • (248) 557-6750

entire world is .sustained by the Torah study of young children"

During the coming week, the students of Yeshiva Beth Yehudah will study in memory of
the following departed friends. In addition, Kaddish will be said during the daily rninyan.

24 Elul Sept 17, 2006
Peter S. Goldstein
Ronald Grant
Hyman Krasnick
Max Schneider
Marvin Bertram Spevakow
Harry Thav
Libbie Blitzer
Dora Chaben
Anne H. Helfman
Bessie Krause
Anna Libowsky
Alma Robinson
Anna Rosenberg .
Regina Rubinstein

25 Elul Sept 18, 2006
Morris Albert
Max Averbach
Burton Burnstein
Albert Davis
Yisroel Hoberman
Meyer Levy
Jacob Miller
Paul Miller
Jacob Must
Harry Praw
Helen Alter
Anna Gruskin

Naomi Esther Portnoy
Sophie Scherr
Sara Wool

26 Elul Sept 19, 2006
Dave Gooze
Harry Krohner
Nathan Rosenberg
Bernard Waltman
Ida Cohen
Lena Glazer
Shirley Gruber
Fay Margolis
Ida Schlafman

28 Elul Sept 21, 2006
Chanan Ben
Mayer Hakohen
Michael Goldman
Seymour Katcher
Tom Mandel
Harry Margolis
Harold Metler
Elias Rosenthal
David Weinstein
Solomon Zimner
Alice Zack Karp
Chernia Knoppow
Ruth Moskovitz
Sarah Pearl Oppen
Norma Aida Shoemaker
Anna Wrotslaysky
Margaret Yellin
Hilda Pauline Yorke

Saul Tarnopol
Samuel Werber
Rabbi M. Zager
Minnie Dinkin
Eva Glaser
Ida Nosanchuk
Jessie Novitz

01 Tishrei Sept 23, 2006
Yeruchim Berlin
Nochum B u rkow
Morris Eizen
Isaac Kammerman
Donald J. Levitin
Samuel Pearistein
Solomon Siclder
27 Elul Sept 20, 2006
Abraham Z. Tugman
William Adler
Jacob Zack
Nissi Herman Dzialowski
Tillie Berlin
Sol Lewinter
Brocho Burkow
David Maiseloff
Marshall Hirsch Reichstein 29 Elul Sept 22, 2006 Fayga Burkow
Gertrude Ernst
Sam Feldman
Isadore Rosenbloom
Tillie Feldman
Abraham Libowsky
Harold K. Seigle
Sara Lee
Jacob Migdal
Joseph Slakter
Sarah Rubinstein
Miksa Rosenthal
Rose Kolodney
Martha Schwartz
Harry Shulman
Gwendolyn Marks
Meyer Harry Surowitz
Ann Stein
Malka Yampolsky

The Family of the Late

SHIRLEY DINNER

Announces the unveiling of a monument in her memory
at 11:00 a.m. Sunday, September 17, 2006 at

Beth Abraham cemetery, Ferndale. Rabbi Steven Rubenstein
is officiating. Family and friends are invited to attend.

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September 14 ® 2006

of Computing. In addition, he was
ernard A. Galler, 77, of Ann
the president of the Software Patent
Arbor, died Sept. 4, 2006.
Institute (SPI). For 15 years, he served
Professor Galler excelled in
as an expert witness in numerous
mathematics.
important legal cases around the
He attended the University of
country involving computer software
Chicago, where he earned a bachelor's
issues.
degree in mathematics, followed by
Professor Galler met his wife of 55
a master's degree from UCLA. He
years, Enid Harris, when they were
received his Ph.D. in mathematics
students at the University of Chicago.
from the University of Chicago in
They had four children and nine
1955 and joined the Mathematics
grandchildren. He excelled in music
Department at the University of
and played violin in several orchestras
Michigan that same year.
throughout his life. He also enjoyed
In the early 1970s, when the
.playing in chamber groups and
University of Michigan formed a
encouraged each of his children to
Computer Science Department, he
play a musical instrument.
was one of the founding profes-
In 2001, he co-founded the
sors. He retired from the School of
• Ypsilanti Youth Orchestra for children
Engineering's Electrical Engineering
whose schools did not have string
and Computer Science Department
music education. From the orchestra
(EECS) in 1994.
board's
inception, Professor Galler
Professor Galler was a pioneer in
served
as
a mentor to the students
the field of computer science. He was
and
as
the
president of the board. He
involved in the development of large-
was
also
an
active member of the Ann
scale operating systems and computer
Arbor
chapter
of Rotary International.
languages. He also helped to develop
Professor
Galler
is survived by
the computer language called the
his
wife,
Enid;
children,
Bruce and
Michigan Algorithm Decoder. (MAD)
Grace
Galler
of
Boulder,
Colo., Elaine
that was used for several years by
and
James
Levine
of
Atlanta,
Ga.,
the University of Michigan and some
Glenn
and
Carol
Galler
of
San
Jose,
other universities. He taught both
Calif.,
Marilyn
and
Alan
Koschik
of
undergraduate and graduate courses
Solon,
Ohio;
grandchildren,
Samuel
in computer science during his 39
and Isabel Galler, Olivia, Eleanor
years with the university. He also
served as an undergraduate counselor and Theodore Levine, Rebecca and
Alexander Galler, Evan and Austin
and as the adviser to many Ph.D. can-
Koschik; sister, Vivian Korn of
didates.
Ashland, Ore.
In an example of a student/teacher
Interment at Arborcrest Cemetery.
research project, his class developed
Contributions
may be made to
the real-time course scheduling pro-
the Friends of the Ypsilanti Youth
gram called Computer Registration
Orchestra, do Bill Hayes, 1077
Involving Student Participation
Jones Street, Ypsilanti, MI 48197;
(CRISP), which allowed students to
Electrical Engineering Computer
register for courses without waiting
Science Department of University of
in long lines. The university.used the
Michigan, 1221 Beal Avenue #2000
CRISP application for over 15 years.
LEC, Ann Arbor, MI 48109-2102; or
From 1968 to 1970, Professor Galler
Congregation Beth Israel Ann Arbor,
was the president of the Association -
2000 \Arashtenaw, Ann Arbor, MI
for Computing Machinery (ACM).
48104. Arrangements by Ira Kaufman
Also, he was the founding editor of
Chapel. Li
the journal the Annals of the History

HAROLD BLACK,

85, of Southfield,
died Sept. 8, 2006.
He is survived by his beloved wife,
Ann Black; son and companion, David
Black and Linda Niemiec of Illinois;
daughter and son-in-law, Linda and
Barry Weiner of Champaign, Ill.; sister
and brother-in-law, Zelda and Norman
Shwedell of Miami, Fla.; grandchildren,
Briana Black, Gabriel Black, Jacob Black,
Nathaniel Black, Dr. Colleen (Jesse
Ryan) McCreery, Dr. Margaret (Duncan)

Riley, and Lori Weiner; great-grandson,
Asher Liam Riley; brothers-in-law and
sister-in-law, Bill Hamburger, Marvin
and Dorothy Frumkin. He was the dear
brother of the late Frances Hamburger.
Interment at the Adat Shalom
Memorial Park Cemetery. Contributions
may be made to the Birmingham
Temple; Congregation Machar in
Maryland; the Karmanos Cancer
Institute or to a charity of one's choice.
Arrangements by Dorfman Chapel.

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