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The Detroit Jewish News, 2007-07-12

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Obituaries

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

• 46,

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 minyan.

Dave Silverstein
Florence Dobel
Fannie Dorf
Mollie Hannah Kane
Florence Bobry
Ribiat Robert
Anna Sherman
Rose Yedl in

29 Tamuz
July 15, 2007
Manuel Brown
Meyer Fleishman
Moshe Glancz
Aaron Golub
Aby Lantor
Sidney Mitnick
Isaac Schmaltz
Samuel Schumer
Jacob Solomon
Julius Taitelbaum
Lena Corman
Helen Goodstein
Helen Jacobson
Minna Katzenstein
Ida Yawer

01 Av
July 16, 2007
Moses Israel
Beshkin
William Bricker
Noah Meir Chesluk
Jacob Farkas
Burton Hornberg
Seymour Matz
Schmuel Orechkin
Louis Resnick

02 Av
July 17, 2007
Sol Brodsky
Yaakov Cohen
Seymour J. Cohn
Abraham Frank
Herman Friedman
Morris H. Kaner
Hyman Kaplan
Jacob Landgarten
Morris Lipcon
Paul Meretsky
Alex Milan
Chayim Schulist
Chaviva (Helen
Esther Schuraytz)
Engelsberg
Bluma Fred
Hilda Golaner
Myra Gold

Chaya Kahn
Mary Kunin
Minnie L.ipchinsky
Ida Madanick
Rebecca Miller
Annie Smith
Edith Uglova
Belle Weiner Jaffer
Sara Zabludovsky

03 Av
July 18, 2007
Harry Robert Bockoff
Yechiel Ephraim
Erster
Herbert Glogower
Philip Hoffman
Dimitry Ressin
Benjamin Shepard
Louis Sugar
Esther Allan
Ida Berman
Emma D. Dana
Jack Ellish
Julie Grunwald
Pauline Gutfreund
Ellen C Harris

04 Av
July 19, 2007
Zise Bigman
Banish Bokhaut
Abraham Dubnove
Inire Gansel
Albert E. Gilbert
David Levitz
Bill Rosenthal
Samuel M. Shorr
Joseph Stein
Max Thuile
Frances Dorothy
Crane
Hannah Diem
Dorothy Eizen
Minna Evans
Chaya Itta Gorenstein
Fanny Gould
Lillian Harris
Etta Levin
Sonia Menenberg
Esther Shifra Moshel

05 Av
July 20, 2007
Sarah Ausch
David Goldberg

Bernard Markofsky
David Sherman
Ralph Slootsky
Aaron Yampolsky
Sam Yanchair
Katie Glicklin
Lena Miriam
Lieberman

06 Av
July 21, 2007
Max Feldman
William Milton
Fleisher
Morris Green
Helen Koelner
Israel Hirsh Mason
Harry Overton
James Rodman
Leizer Yamshon
Rasheh Kantor
Celia Korman
Sara Markowitz
Anna Spears
Minnie Weberman

The *

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MAKE LIFE ETTER

Irving Laker first contacted Jewish Hospice

& Chaplaincy Network seeking care for his
mother after doctors gave her only months to live.
With nurturing and support from JHCN, she
lived two years.

"They are able to reach people. They awaken the
spirit," Irving says. "Where else are you going to
be uplifted when you are down? Jewish Hospice is
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,

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is one of the Hospice Heroes will,
Make Life Better

Today Irving is one of JHCN's most dependable
supporters. "I know they need money, so I call
them. Everyone should send a check."

Obituaries from page 67

MERLE W. ROSIN, 80, of West
Bloomfield, died July 3, 2007.
He is survived by his beloved
wife, Marcia Rosin; son and daugh-
ter-in-law, Bill and Laura Rosin of
Bloomfield Hills; daughters and
sons-in-law, Cathy and Steve Malette
of Ann Arbor, Jill and Jim Vanko of
Mammoth Lakes, Calif., Jane and
Avery Weisling of West Bloomfield;
brother and sister-in-law, Dr. Glenn
and Sandy Rosin of Bloomfield Hills;
sister and brother-in-law, Audrey and
Dr. Fred Kapentansky of Columbus,
Ohio; grandchildren, Elizabeth,
Emily, Katie, Allison, Joshua, Anna,
Stephanie and Brooke; many other
loving family members and friends.
Interment at Beth El Memorial
Park. Contributions may be made
to the Cancer Research Fund
at the Beaumont Foundation.
Arrangements by Dorfman Chapel.

FIRA
ROZENBERG, 81,
of Oak Park, died
July 1, 2007.
She is survived
by her sons, Aron
Rozenberg of
Oak Park, Yakov
Rozenberg
Rozenberg of
Farmington Hills;
sister, Faina of
Russia; grandchildren, Zhanna
Rozenberg, Joshua Rozenberg, Anna
Rozenberg.
Mrs. Rozenberg was the beloved
wife of the late Mikhail Rozenberg.

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July 12 * 2007

LESTER H. SCHICK, 62, of Jackson,
died July 4, 2007. He spent three
years in the Peace Corps in the
jungles of Colombia, where he helped
organize co-ops for commerce to
help the economy.
Mr. Schick received a master's
degree in philosophy and taught at
Michigan State University before he
was recruited for the 4H program. He
then became a 4H youth director and
community development director for
MSU and helped inner city children.
He was also involved with Youth
Development Institute, a develop-
ment program to train individuals
to work with children on an interna-
tional basis.
Mr. Schick is survived by his wife,
Sue Schick of Jackson, and her loving
family; brother and sister-in-law, Dr.
David and Anita Schick; twin sister
and brother-in-law, Janet and Stewart
Sinder; nieces and nephews.
Interment at Temple Beth Israel
Cemetery in Jackson. Contributions
may be made to Temple Beth Israel,
801 W. Michigan Avenue, Jackson,
MI 49202. Arrangements by Ira
Kaufman Chapel.

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