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November 23, 2006 - Image 99

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2006-11-23

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condolences
to the families
we have served.

Stem Cell Advocacy

Dr. Gregory Grabowski, left, and Danny Heumann of Ann Arbor,
seated, presented a motivating program, "Jewish Genetic Diseases and
the Promise of Stem Cell Research:' to the Greater Detroit Chapter of
Hadassah on Oct. 26. Dr. Grabowski is the director of genetic research
at Cincinnati Children's Hospital; his specialty is Gaucher's disease, the
most common Jewish genetic disorder. Heumann is a nationally known
activist in support of spinal cord research. He has a spinal cord injury
from a car accident. He is a motivational speaker, and also promotes
stem cell research and legislation. The goal was to motivate listeners to
become involved in Hadassah's advocacy work to overturn Michigan's
very restrictive stem cell legistation. Also in the photo: Carol Bass of
Bloomfield Hills, Greater Detroit Chapter President Judi Schram and
Linda Belkin of Farmington Hills.

We serve the entire
Jewish community
by bringing together
our rich traditions
with customized,
sensitive services.

Sadie Goren
Rabbi: Elliot Pachter of
Congregation B'nai Moshe
Cantor: Larry Vieder of
Congretation B'nai Moshe
Adat Shalom Memorial Park
Cemetery

•Susan Brenda Rubin
Rabbi: Elimelech Goldberg
Machpelah Cemetery

Associated with all cemeteries.

Eva Schwartz
Rabbi: David Nelson of
Congregation Beth Shalom
Clover Hill Park Cemetery

Please call us at:
(248) 543-1622

Outside Michigan at:
1-800-736-5033

26640 Greenfield Road
Oak Park, Michigan 48237

Ralph Medina
Rabbi: Shaiall Zachariash
of Shomrey Emunah
Hebrew Memorial Park
Cemetery

Goldie Rachael Weiss
Hebrew Memorial Park
Cemetery

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B'nai B'rith Honorees

On Oct. 30 at the Palace of Auburn Hills, 130 B'nai B'rith members and
friends, after a tour of the bunker suites and team locker rooms and
shooting hoops on the Pistons' court, honored two of their own.
The Michael Yendick Pure Heart Award went to Al Mudryk. Marty Melton
received the Lifetime Achievement Award from Stephen B. Zorn, B'nai
B'rith Great Lakes Region president. Melton is a past president. He has
been local athletic chair for 35 years and is responsible for creating the
region's softball, basketball and volleyball leagues. He also is is B'nai
B'rith International athletic chair. The awards dinner committee included
Rick Sherline, Lyle Schaefer, Steve Rotenberg, Sid Roth and Nancy Braun.
A raffle benefited the Larry Horn Family Education Trust. Shown are
Bernice and Al Yendick, Al Mudryk and Marty Melton.

Rabbi Boruch E. Levin

Executive Director, H.B.S.

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Robert H. Bodzin

Funeral Director

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Funeral Coordinator

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Mark E. Klinger

Funeral Director

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