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100 December 10 • 2009
Obituaries from page 99
LEWIS 91, of
died Dec. 1, 2009.
He is survived by
his daughter and
son-in-law, Diane and
of Farmington Hills;
brother and sister-in-law, Donald and
Leah Lewis of Farmington Hills; sister
and brother-in-law, Marion and Izzy
Perlmutter of Canoga Park, Calif.;
grandchildren, Richard (Lisa) Morrison,
Dana (Jason) Cooper; great-grand-
children, Jake and Noah Cooper; many
loving nieces, nephews, other family
members and friends.
Interment at Clover Hill Park
Cemetery in Birmingham.
Contributions may be made to the
Make-A-Wish Foundation or to a
charity of one's choice. Arrangements
by Dorfman Chapel.
DR. SARA DUBO RABINOVITCH,
93, of Livonia, died Dec. 3, 2009.
She was a child psychiatrist.
Dr. Rabinovitch is survived by her
husband, Dr. Ralph Rabinovitch; son
and daughter-in-law, Dr. Mark and
Karen Rabinovitch of Minnesota;
daughter and son-in-law, Marge
Rabinovitch and Richard Michaud
of Massachusetts; grandchildren,
Matthew and Priscilla Rabinovitch,
Leah Rabinovitch, Sara and Annie
Rabinovitch, Michael and David
Michaud; great-granddaughter, Daphne.
Contributions may be made to
Gleaners Community Food Bank
Detroit, R O. Box 1380, Troy, MI 48099.
Arrangements by Ira Kaufman Chapel.
GLORIA RADNER, 94, of West
Bloomfield, died Dec. 2, 2009.
She was in the retail sales of men's
and women's clothing.
Mrs. Radner is survived by her
son and daughter-in-law, Edward
and Susan Radner of Commerce;
daughter and son-in-law, Bobbie and
Leonard Borman of Birmingham;
grandchildren, David and Melanee
Radner, Jeff Radner, Ken and Rochelle
Radner, Alan and Missy Borman, Amy
and Moshe Somek, Frank and Amy
Borman, Manya Borman, Elizabeth
and David Liebovitz, Mark and Karen
Borman, Arthur and Mindy Borman;
She was the beloved wife of the late
Milton R. Radner; the loving mother of
the late Sanford Radner.
Interment at Machpleah Cemetery.
Contributions may be made to a char-
ity of one's choice. Arrangements by
Ira Kaufman Chapel.
92, died Nov. 19,
He was born in
Cleveland, Ohio, to
from Russia, and
Hungary. He resided in Detroit
(1947-1957), Huntington Woods
(1957-1995) and Rossmoor Walnut
Creek, Calif. (1995-2007).
After graduating from Cleveland
Technical High School, Mr. Rogan
attended Western Reserve University
School of Architecture and then Fenn
College of Tool and Die Engineering.
His military service in World
War II involved: 5th Air Force,
90th Bomb Group, 319th Squadron
(Asterperious), South Pacific
Theater; navigator, 8-24 bomber;
first lieutenant, air medal and three
oak leaf clusters. More of his story
can be found at www.jollyroger-
sweb.com or www.jollyrogersweb.
After his military service, he was a
manufacturer's representative for the
J.E. Newman Cigar Company (M&N
Cigar Company) and he retired at the
age of 76.
Albert Rogan was a man of
great creative gifts, a loving heart,
great courage and a compassionate
nature. He reveled in the beauty of
nature, loved the pleasure of garden-
ing and flowers, the joy of sailing,
many sports, and the fellowship and
friendship of others wherever he
went. He stayed fit throughout his
long life and conscious of his health
He knew no strangers, only people
he hadn't yet met. His home was
open to people from all corners of
Mr. Rogan was always ready to
lend a strong and helping hand to
anyone he could possibly assist.
Always ready with a joke, a smile and
a wink, he had a ready laugh and was
happy within himself. His integrity
and honesty inspired many. He took
great care of the well being of his
family. He sought education for his
children and had more books than
shelves on which to put them.
A more loving husband, a more
devoted father and a truer friend
could not be found. Albert Rogan
will be missed terribly by his wife
and children and by all who were
fortunate enough to have known
Mr. Rogan is survived by his