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February 14, 2008 - Image 97

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2008-02-14

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The Chapel
that recognizes
each family's individual nee

dren, Hannah, Jared, Allie and Jakob;
devoted caregivers, Edna Crawford
and Alexia Cooke; many other loving
family members and friends.
She was the beloved wife of the
late Lippman Lumberg; grandmother
of the late Melissa (Glenn) Lumberg
Zagon; sister of the late William
Sloman, the late Robert Sloman and
the late Peggy Frank.
Interment at Beth El Memorial Park.
Contributions may be made to the
Melissa Lumberg Zagon Memorial
Fund at the LUNGevity Foundation in
Chicago. Arrangements by Dorfman

77, died Aug. 16, 2007.
She spent the last few weeks of her
life surrounded by friends and fam-
ily in her own home. The cause was
Mrs. Rosenthal achieved much dur-
ing her lifetime, including authoring
books on various areas of health poli-
cy, teaching students at the University
of Michigan, leading students on
international health policy courses in
England, Sweden and China, founding
and editing a co-op nursery journal,
and, most recently, initiating a rain
barrel project in Ann Arbor.
She earned her Ph.D., after raising
her three children, by writing her dis-
Bloomfield, died Feb. 5, 2008.
sertation about rumor-control during
He was an educator in the Ferndale
the Detroit race riots in 1967. In short
school district for 45 years and played
order, she won a Hopwood writing
a major role in organizing teachers
award and, several years ago, won a
and achieving collective bargain-
Fulbright Scholarship to study medi-
ing rights. He was president of the
cal safety in England and Sweden.
Ferndale Education Association for
After "retiring" from teaching at
many of his 45 years in the district
the U-M Dearborn Campus, she con-
and was active on the state and
tinued lecturing at the U-M Medical
national level as well.
School, teaching premedical and
Mr. Miller is survived by his beloved medical students about the impor-
wife of 46 years, Barbara Miller; sons
tance of patient safety. She founded
and daughter-in-law, Daniel and
the Michigan Health Policy Forum,
Mindi Miller of West Bloomfield, Mark an ongoing seminar series for faculty
Miller of Waterford; grandsons, Austin and scholars focusing on health care
and Logan Miller; brother-in-law and
finance, quality and access to care.
sisters-in-law, Vic and Cookie Koblin
According to her granddaughter,
and Judith Yevick; many cherished
"She was not your typical grandmoth-
cousins, loving nieces, nephews, great- er. We made menorahs out of oranges,
nieces and great-nephews, unparal-
rode bikes together and she lectured
leled friends and colleagues.
to us about history, current events and
Contributions may be made to the
why we should buy hybrid cars. She
Karmanos Cancer Institute or to the
had so many fun and interesting ideas
Friendship Circle. Arrangements by
for art projects."
Dorfman Chapel.
Mrs. Rosenthal was the youngest
of four daughters of Jacob and Helen
SHEILA MORROW, 56, of West
Waratt. Adeline Sirota died in 2002;
Bloomfield, died Feb. 8, 2008.
Lillian Waratt died in1937. All four
She is survived by her mother,
sisters attended Roosevelt Elementary,
Gertrude Evans of West Bloomfield;
Durfee Junior High School and Central
niece and nephew, Nicole (David)
High School.
Chase and Howard (Mary) Tracey;
Mrs. Rosenthal is survived by her
cousins, Todd (Lauren) Leavitt and
daughter, Helen; daughter-in-law,
Candice (Lee) Steingisser; many other
Carmen Marino; granddaughters,
loving family members and friends.
Madeleine and Alexandra; sister,
Interment at Beth El Memorial
Harriet Berg (Mrs. Irving) of Detroit;
Park. Contributions may be made
many nieces and nephews, who were
to the National Multiple Sclerosis
inspired by her unfailing curiosity and
Society or to a charity of one's choice.
Arrangements by Dorfman Chapel.
At a celebration of her life at the
Michigan League of Ann Arbor in
August, friends and family recalled
her many generous and innovative
contributions to her family and her

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