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The Detroit Jewish News, 2010-06-24

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of West Bloomfield; grandchildren,
Rob Zelickman, Lisa (Chris) Tobin, Joni
(Todd) Shapiro and Justin (Andee)
Goldstein; great-grandchildren, Ella,
Zachary and Olivia Shapiro and Alyana
Goldstein; sisters-in-law, Ruth (the
late Alvin) Goldstein, Shirley (the late
Arnold) Croogloff; many loving nieces,
nephews, great-nieces and great-neph-
ews, and a world of friends.
He was the brother-in-law of the late
Florence Goldstein.
Interment at the Beth El Memorial
Park Cemetery in Livonia. Contributions
may be made to the Jewish Federation
of Metropolitan Detroit, to the Hebrew
Free Loan Association, to the Jewish War
Veterans, to Yad Ezra or to charity of
one's choice. Arrangements by Dorfman

of Michigan, died in Houston, Texas,
on June 19, 2010. Services were held at
Emanu-El Memorial Park Cemetery in
Houston. Rabbi Jan Brahms officiated.
Services are under the direction of
Houston Jewish Funerals.

94, of Waterford, died on
June 14, 2010, after a full
and wonderful life.
Mrs. Kaplan was past
president of several
Hadassah chapters, ORT
chapters and served on
the Brooklyn Hadassah
Regional Board. She
was active in the business world as a head
bookkeeper for various companies. She
was a very avid tennis player and played
well into her 80s.
She is survived by her beloved husband
of 69 years, Benjamin; her daughter and
son-in-law, Arlene and Myron Bordman;,
her son and daughter-in-law, Anna and
Joel Kaplan; her grandchildren, Ethan
Bordman, Rachel Tucker, Debbie and Mark
Kaplan, Rachel and Brian Kaplan; great-
grandchildren, Dori, Zack Daisy and Piper.
She was the loving sister of the
late Lillian Liebennan, the late Simon
Lieberman, the late Louis Lieberman,
the late Eli Lieberman and the late Phil
Lieberman. She was the loving sister-in-
law of the late Julius and the late Lena

Kaplan, the late Sol and the late Lillian
Altman, the late Rose and the late Irving
Miller, the late Estelle and the late Sam
Kaplan, the late Louis Kaplan and the late
Florence Kaplan.
Arrangements made by Dorfman
Chapel. Contributions may be made to a
charity of one's choice.

of Toronto, Canada, died
June 21, 2010.
He was a Holocaust
survivor, miraculously
enduring eight brutal
n months in Aushwitz. He
worked tirelessly so that
his children could become highly educat-
ed and have a far better life than he could
ever have dreamed of for himself.
He is survived by his son and daugh-
ter-in-law, Dr. Fred Novice and Joanne
Bloomfield Hills; wife, Magda; daugh-
ters and sons-in-law, Dr. Michael and
Ruth Henry of Toronto, Canada, Drs.
Ben Guslits and Marilyn Novice of
West Bloomfield; loving grandchildren,
Michelle Frankel (Ted), Jessica and

Lauren Henry, Elyssa and Daniel Guslits,
Karlee, Taylor and Madison Novice;
great-grandchild, Hudson Frankel.
Donations can be made to the
Holocaust Memorial Center in
Farmington Hills. Arrangements in

peacefully on June 17, 2010.
She was an eshet chayil (lion) — a
Woman of Valor Guardian of her family.
She is survived by her loving husband
of 60 years, Perry; her children, Randy
(Beverly) of Farmington Hills, Andrea
(Mark) and Debbie; her grandchildren,
Jeremy, Emily, Matthew and Kevin.
Contributions may be made to JARC
of Boca Raton, 21160-9Sth Ave. S., Boca
Raton, FL 33428 or Vitas Innovative
Hospice Care, 16800 N.W. 2nd Avenue,
Suite 400, N. Miami Beach, FL 33169.
Services were held in N. Miami Beach,
Fla. Arrangements by Levitt-Weinstein
Memorial Chapel, (305) 932- 2700.

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