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January 15, 2009 - Image 66

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2009-01-15

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HOSPICE HEROES

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I Obituaries

Obituaries are updated and archived on JNonline.us .

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Hilary Rotenberg

sees first-hand
how volunteers make life better for those
facing terminal illness, and their families.

Hilary, Director of Volunteer Services for
Jewish Family Service, manages the Jewish
Hospice & Chaplaincy Network's volun-
teers. "These volunteers are special because
of their ability to enter the life of someone
they don't know who is dying," Hilary says.
"It takes a special person to provide comfort
in trying times. Our volunteers are not
afraid of it, and they help the client and
family find calm and peace.

"The client, the family and our volunteers
all gain tremendously from the experiences
and relationships they develop through
hospice," Hilary says.

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15751 W. Lincoln Drive • Southfield, MI 48076 • (248) 557-6750

"One who provides the education for another's child is considered
in Heaven as a partner in the raising of that young person"

During the corning week, the students of Yeshiva Beth Yehudah will study in memory of
the following departed friends. In oarlition, Kaddish will be said during the daily rninyan.

22 Rives
January 18, 2009

Aryeh Leib Damen
Herman Eizen
Shimon Gold
Jacob Lieberman
Max Linovitz
Robert Margolis
Jacob Poss
Myron Rosenthal
Rudolph Shillman
Miriam Berris
Ida Boesky
Leya Griner
Rachel Kaiman
Rebecca Levin
Bella Rubin
Ann Gross Starr
Beatrice Vaccara

23 Tares
January 19, 2009

Herman K Cohen
Israel Cohn
Allen M. Dinkin
Joshua Gitlin
Jacob Gorrnezano
David Hess
Harry Horowitz
Max Rosen
Joe Scherr

Samuel B. Solomon
Yechezkel Weiss
Bella Berlant
Esther Brandman
Pearl Feldman
Anna Lichtenstein
Beckie Mason
Sarah Repitor
Rosa Schloss
Celia Weingarden
Sarah Yunis

24 Tares

January 24 2009
Benjamin Cooper
David Drain
Kopel Dworkin
Charles (Tobias) Gellman
Nathan Goldman
Steven David Gross
Isaac Henig
Archie Hoffman
Sam S. Kunin
Joseph Leibovitz
Solomon Lumberg
Harry Morrison
Moe Sherman
Samuel Weber
Sam Yuster
Eva Alpert
Anna Applebaum

Mn Bard
Ida Blum
Esther Flayer
Minnie Handler
Grant Lewis Mitchell
Babette Protetch
Eva Richman
Hedwig Schloss
Adelle Stillerman
Jeanette Weiss

25 Fens
January 21, 2009

Louis Berman
Palk Ben Selig
Men Lawrence Leach
Jack Pasman
Joseph Spiegelman
Alfred Traurig
Rebecca Colby
Rose Feldman
Katie Forman
Barbara Pollack
Ghana R. Weiner
Fannie Weingarden

26 Wes

January 22, 2009

Jerome Beitner
Dr Jerry Margolis
Julius Nachman

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Max Schlange
Jacob Sukenic
Joseph Wetsman
Issie Wroislaysky
Stella Helfand
Helen Kaplan
Sarah Lapinsky
Sadie Maltzman
Minnie Pechensky
Zelda Schwartz
Ruth Shapiro
Nancy Irene
Soteropoulos
Ruth Ungerleider

27 Tares
January 23, 2009

Jerome Saul Coleman
Meyer Falk
Men H. Kraft
Shimon Shifman
Leib Hirsch Weinstein
Paul Zuckerman
Mrs. Babetsh
Harriet Jean Beale
Sophie Berman
Norman Diem
Rose Eisenman
Max Fingeroot
Eleanor Greenwald
Stella Helfrand

Anne Kaselemas
Meyer Mirsky
Helen Radner
Fanny Sher
Beatrice Stepsay
Sara Lee Tessler

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January 24, 2009

Ivan S. Bloch
Benjamin Danzer
Bernard Barney Limond
Sigmund Littman
Jacob Rothbard
Bonich Shapiro
Nathan Spevakow
Betty Barcus
Leah Bello
Rose Bloch
Lillian Epstein
Helen Gladstone
Helen Mandell
Ann Mitteldorf
Rita Lynn Roth
Jacob Rothbard
Mollie Weingarden
Alma Derin Yaffe

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January 15 2009

IRV BELINSKY, 87, former Detroiter

of Pasadena, Calif., died Jan. 6, 2009.
He was born in 1921 in Detroit. He
worked and raised his family in the
Detroit area until retiring with wife,
Harriet, to Pasadena in 1998 to be
closer to their children and grand-
children. He enjoyed card games and
spending time with his children and
grandchildren. He also served in the
U.S. Army during World War II.
Mr. Belinsky is survived by his
beloved children, Mark and Russ
Belinsky; sister, Bertha Chayet; broth-
er, Lawrence Belinsky; grandchildren,
Becky, Ellen, Kirsten and Scott.
He was the loving husband for 50
years of the former Harriet Lederer,
who preceded him in death in 2004.
A memorial service was held on Jan.
8, and he was laid to rest at Mt. Sinai
in Los Angeles.

IRVING BLUM, 73, formerly of West

Bloomfield, died Jan. 3, 2009.
He is survived by his sons and
daughters-in-law, Loren and Lori
Blum of West Bloomfield, Jason
and Christine Blum of Chicago, Ill.;
daughters and sons-in-law, Karen
and Michael Kelman of Farmington
Hills, Jill and Jerry Sosin of Potomac,
Md.; grandchildren, Ashley Behrens,
Danielle, Skyler and Rachel Blum,
Jason, Scott and Lily Przybylowicz,
Samantha, Justin and Jack Kelman.
Riley, Cooper and Olivia Sosin, and
Alec Blum.
Mr. Blum was the husband of the
late Rochelle Blum; father of the late
Craig Blum; grandfather of the late
Hannah Blum.
Contributions may be made to the
Juvenile Diabetes Foundation.

JACOB BRULL, 94,

of Oak Park, died
Jan. 8, 2009.
He retired as
an autoworker
from Ford Motor
, Company in 1977. A
Holocaust survivor,
Brull
he was a member
of Workmen's Circle
and the UAW.
Mr. Brull is sur-
vived by nephews
and nieces, Dr.
HOITIST Ronald Scheinbach
SUIttiOR
and Allison Mori,
Melanie and Steve
Calef, Dr. Marc S. and Rachel Bruell,
Daniel Bruell, Marc Bruell Ph.D. and
Debbie Bruell; great-nephews and
great-nieces, Philip and Joan Liebscher,
Todd and Sethi Jacobson, Dustin Marx,
Josh Calef, Abby Calef, Michael, Alyssa

Bruell, Garnet, Monica and Charlotte
Bruell, Emily and Renee Bruell; great-
great-nephews and great-great-nieces,
Alex, Nico, Reese and Chase.
Mr. Brull was the beloved brother
of the late Dora Bruell, the late Berta
Bruell, the late Florence Scheinbach,
the late Michael Bruell and the late
Josef Bruell; loving uncle of the late
David M. Scheinbach.
Interment at Adat Shalom Memorial
Park. Contributions may be made to a
charity of one's choice. Arrangements
by Ira Kaufman Chapel.

ANNA BUNIN, 98, formerly of Oak

Park, died Dec. 21, 2008.
She volunteered with Meals on
Wheels and also made dolls through
Hadassah.
She is survived by her brother, Paul
Yampolsky, and many other relatives.
Mrs. Bunin was the wife of the late
Edward Bunin.

HARRY CARNICK, 88, died Jan. 11,

2009. A former owner of Copco Steel
and Cameron Steel, he was a Navy
World War II veteran and served in the
Panama Canal Zone.
Mr. Carnick is survived by his wife,
Elaine Carnick; children, Andrea and
Michael Werber, Dana and Albert
Memran, Robert and Andrea Carnick,
Michele and Steven Kirsch; grand-
children, Jonathan Werber, Glen and
Michael Bassirpour, Henry and Cole
Carnick, Elizabeth Kirsch; sister-in-
law, Ruth Carnick.
He was the beloved son of the
late Fannie and the late Robert
Carnick; the dear father of the late
Glen Carnick; the cherished brother
and brother-in-law of the late Boyd
Carnick, the late Lyle and the late
Helen Carnick and the late Arthur and
the late Ruth Carnick.
Interment at Clover Hill Park
Cemetery. Contributions may be made
to Lymphoma Research Foundation,
115 Broadway, 13th Floor, New York,
NY 10006, (212) 349-2910, www.
lymphoma.org . Arrangements by Ira
Kaufman Chapel.

SEYMOUR "SY" CHERNY, 60, of
West Bloomfield died Jan. 2, 2009.
His mother, father and brother
Harold were Holocaust survivors. His
parents were reunited at the end of the
war in Germany, where he was born.
The family immigrated to the United
States when Mr. Cherny was 1.
He grew up in the Detroit area, went
to Oak Park schools and graduated from
Wayne State University with a BS and
MA in political science. He was a gradu-
ate of Detroit College of Law and prac-

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