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Obituaries

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STEFANI LYNN GOLDSTEIN TAU, 49,
of Duluth, Ga., died unexpectedly from a
blood clot to the lungs on Nov. 29, 2008.
She was born in Rochester, N.Y., and
grew up in Oak Park, where she was a
lifelong member of Temple Israel. She had
lived in metro Atlanta for the past 27 years.
Mrs. Tau was a selfless, giving and gen-
erous soul, always striving to make oth-
ers happy. She was a skilled artist in the
mediums of paint, sculpture and poetry,
a licensed cosmetologist and a docent for
the Anne Frank Exhibit in Atlanta.
She is survived by her husband, Neil
B. Tau of Duluth; mother, Madeleine L.
Goldstein of Detroit; her beloved Yorkshire
terrier, Fendi. Mrs. Tau was preceded in
death by her father, Richard J. Goldstein;
her sister, Cheryl L. Goldstein.
Graveside services were held at
Arlington Cemetery in Atlanta. Sign
on-line guest book: www.edressler.com .
Contributions may be made to Jewish
National Fund or the American Diabetes
Association. Arrangements by Dressler's
Jewish Funeral Care, Chamblee, Ga.

BELLE WEINSTEIN, 94, of West
Bloomfield, died Nov. 30, 2008.
She is survived by her son and
daughter-in-law, Sanford Weinstein and
Nancy Bruck; daughter and son-in-law,
Maxine and Dr. Alan Rosenbaum of West
Bloomfield; grandchildren, Michelle and
Jeff Perry, Jennifer and Alex Zakharov;
great-grandchildren, Dean Perry, Jake
Perry, Ethan Zakharov, Jeremy Zakharov.
Mrs. Weinstein was the beloved wife
of the late Ben Weinstein, the late Sidney
Ruda; loving sister of the late Jack
Pickman, the late Sam Pickman.
Contributions may be made to
Jewish National Fund, 24100 Chagrin
Blvd., Suite #100, Cleveland, OH 44122
or Jewish Federation of Metropolitan
Detroit, Hechtman Fire Relief Fund, 6735
Telegraph Road, Bloomfield Hills, MI
48301. Services and interment at Hebrew
Memorial Park. Arrangements by Hebrew
Memorial Chapel.

KENNETH E. WEINSTEIN, 53, of Lake
Tahoe, Calif., died Nov. 25, 2008.
He is survived by his dear brothers
and sisters-in-law, Sheldon and Marcie
Weinstein of Southfield, David and Karen
Weinstein of Jamaica Estates, N.Y., Gary
(the late Judith) Weinstein of Farmington
Hills; sisters and brother-in-law, Marsha
(the late Harvey) Auslander of West
Bloomfield, Ruth and Tim Kleinheksel of
Holland, Mich.;. many loving nieces, neph-
ews, great-nephews, other family members
and friends in Lake Tahoe and Michigan.
Mr. Weinstein was the dear son of the
late Fred and the late Bertha Weinstein;
uncle of the late Alex and the late Sam
Weinstein.
Interment at Adat Shalom Memorial
Park in Livonia. Contributions may
be made to a charity of one's choice.
Arrangements by Dorfman Chapel.

MORRIS WEISS, 88, of Southfield, died
Nov. 27, 2008.
He is survived by his wife, Helen Weiss;
sons and daughter-in-law, Dr. Larry and
Barbara Weiss of West Bloomfield, Bruce
M. Weiss of Phoenix, Ariz.; daughters and
sons-in-law, Dena and Richard Sanders
of Southfield, Eva and Ron Padgett of Oak
Park; grandchildren, Andrea and Harold
Stewart, Scott Sanders, Jessica Padgett,
Samantha Padgett, Nicole and Greg
Newman, Jaime and Bryan Cherkasky,
Todd Weiss, Blair Weiss, Elana Weiss;
great-grandchildren, Halley, Jordan.
Contributions may be made to
Yeshiva Beth Yehudah, P.O. Box 2044,
Southfield, MI 48037 or Jewish Hospice
and Chaplaincy Network, 6555 W. Maple,
West Bloomfield, MI 48322. Interment at
Hebrew Memorial Park. Arrangements by
Hebrew Memorial Chapel.

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