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The Detroit Jewish News, 2009-11-05

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the meal served to all in attendance,
and Breath of Spring Florists, which
discounted the floral centerpiece and
flower garlands at the table.
The Sinai doctors laughingly refer
to themselves as the "dinosaurs:'
hence the flower-bedecked dino-
saurs as table decorations. Sweet
Essentials Sydney Bogg candies
discounted the chocolates, personal-
ized mints and nuts for the occa-
sion. Diane Ackerman, executive
director of Regent Street, and Cindy
Kashdan, activity director of Regent
Street, where Peimer resides, were
instrumental in making sure his
schedule was clear for the evening of
his dream along with working with
DreamWeavers to ensure the evening
was a success.

Getting Together
Peimer was told he would most likely
see some acquaintances at the restau-
rant. There were more than 20 people
there to gently surprise him, includ-
ing Dr. Max Bardenstein, Dr. Norman
Bolton, Dr. Leopold Eisenberg, Dr.
William Floyd, Dr. Barry Franklin, Dr.
Robert Gans, Dr. Joseph Honet, Dr.
Leonard Lachover, Dr. Stanley Levy, Dr.
Jerald Maltzman, Dr. Jerry Mandell,
Dr. Edwardo Phillips, Dr. Julien Priver,
Dr. Melvin Rubinfire, Dr. Nison Sabin,
Dr. Hershel Sandberg, Dr. Art Shufro,
Dr. Manuel Sklar, Dr. Sidney Soifer,
Robert Steinberg and Dr. Ronald
They spent the evening reminiscing.
Laughter and tears filled the room;
Premier's family watched with joy.
Idee Fox and Jill Margolick present-
ed Peimer with an original brick from
the Sinai Hospital building. The brick
was engraved in honor of the evening.
Peimer proudly displays the brick in
his apartment.
"Sinai Hospital was like a family,"
Peimer said, "and it is the biggest
highlight in my life to be reunited
with my family, my boys." I 1

DreamWeavers is a nonprofit
program for older adults that
allows them to experience a life-
changing moment. It is support-
ed by the Foundation of Jewish
Senior Life of Metropolitan
Detroit. For more information
to become a DreamCatcher,
DreamSeeker or DreamMaker,
contact Sharon Silver Teweles,
special projects coodinator,
Jewish Senior Life: (248) 661-
2999 or steweles@jslmi.org .

We think nothing of driving
half an hour to a good restaurant,
but we'll settle for a hospital
that's right around the corner.

As long as your health insurance allows you to go
anywhere, maybe you shouldn't confine yourself to
the neighborhood.

Because this isn't dinner, this is your life.

Year after year, the people of Southeast Michigan have
rated Beaumont as their most preferred hospital. Most
preferred for surgery and for overall quality of care.

Do you have a Beaumont doctor?

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