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former Circuit Court Judge of Genesee
County, in 1958 and moved to Flint.
Southfield, died Nov. 21, During her years there, Mrs. Freeman
2007. She was an office
continued her education, first graduat-
manager at Gorman
ing from the University of Michigan-
Furniture and a mem-
Flint with a bachelor's of science degree,
ber of Temple Shir
then graduating from Eastern Michigan
Shalom.
University in Ypsilanti with a master's
Feldmesser
Mrs. Feldmesser is
degree in educational leadership from the
survived by her son
College of Education.
and daughter-in-law, Joel and Laura
Mrs. Freeman dedicated the next 17
Feldmesser of West Bloomfield; cousins
years as a beloved teacher at a number of
and lifelong friends.
schools in the Flint area, including Mott
She was the beloved wife of the late
Adult High School, teaching business and
Walter Feldmesser.
computer sciences.
Interment at Clover Hill Park
She was a tireless supporter of her
Cemetery. Contributions may be made
husband and his career and was fre-
to the American Heart Association, 3816
quently seen accompanying her husband
Paysphere Circle, Chicago, IL 60674 or to
at picnics, fundraisers, political dinners,
a charity of one's choice. Arrangements by banquets, openings and award ceremo-
Ira Kaufman Chapel.
nies. She also created a strong identity
independent from her husband and was
MARY FREEDLAND,
known by all for her great warmth and
83, of West Bloomfield,
genuine nature.
died Nov. 18, 2007.
The many friendships she developed
She was an opera
over the years were meaningful and
singer before she was
important. She was actively involved in
married and then
community, professional and religious
became a member of
organizations and causes, including the
Congregation Shaarey
International Institute, Flint Historical
Freedland
Zedek Choir and
Society, Flint Symphony, Art Institute
Bel Canto. She was
of Flint, Flint Terrace Apartments, Phi
constantly asked to lead the American
Delta Kappa, Lawyers Auxiliary, B'nai
and Israeli National Anthems at events
B'rith, Sisterhood, Hadassah, Jewish War
and was also famous for her rendition
Veterans, World ORT and Congregation
of "Sunrise-Sunset:' She was an active
Beth Israel.
participant in Alpha Omega Fraternity
Her greatest joy was truly from her
productions and a visiting volunteer for
family.
several local hospitals.
Mrs. Freeman is survived by her two
Mrs. Freedland is survived by her
sons, Dr. L. Neal Freeman (Shelley) of
daughter and son-in-law, Eileen Freedland Melbourne, Fla., and Dr. Marshall C.
and Stuart Shulman of Waterford; sons
Freeman of Greensboro, N. C.; grand-
and daughters-in-law, Dr. Yosef Freedland, children, Lev, Rebecca, and Joshua, all
Dr. Curtis and Barbara Freedman of
of Melbourne; brother, Irwin Shear of
Odessa, Fla., Dr. Robert and Dr. Cassia
Clawson.
Freedland of Stanton Island, N.Y., Dr.
She was the wife for 47 years of the late
Michael Freedland; 12 grandchildren;
Donald R. Freeman.
nine great-grandchildren; sisters and a
Contributions may be made to the
brother-in-law, Sylvia Mevis of Oak Park,
Judge Donald R. Freeman Scholarship
Frances and Morris Sherman of Oak Park. Fund, do Congregation Beth Israel, 5240
Interment at Adat Shalom Memorial
Calkins Road, Flint, MI 48532. Services
Park Cemetery. Contributions may
were held at Congregation Beth Israel.
be made to the Alpha Omega Dental
Interment at Machpelah Cemetery in
Fraternity, 6600 W. Maple Road, West
Ferndale.
Bloomfield, MI 48322 or Yad Ezra, 2850 W.
11 Mile, Berkley, MI 48072. Arrangements
BEN GOLDNER, 86,
by Ira Kaufman Chapel.
of Oak Park, died Nov.
24, 2007.
HARRIET JEAN FREEMAN, 81, of Flint,
He was the last
died Nov. 13, 2007.
survivor of a family
She was born in Detroit on Jan.14,
Ho
trsT of 11. He was born in
1926, the youngest of three children of
Hungary and was in a
Louis and Ethel Shear. She graduated
forced labor camp. He
from Central High School and was then
was a generous kind-
employed as an executive secretary at
hearted man.
General Motors for the next 17 years.
Mr. Goldner is survived by his daughter,
She married Judge Donald R. Freeman,
Marilyn Judy Goldner Moss of Baltimore,

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