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The Detroit Jewish News, 2010-09-23

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BUTZEL AWARD

Temple Beth El and
Congregation Shaarey Zedek join together in

Dedicated from page 19

Thursday, September 30

at Congregation Shaarey Zedek

6.00 PM

Young Families are invited to join us
for singing and dancing!

aeataring Meg/I/Omega/a- Tog...

MARC ROSSIO

then at...

7•00 PM

Ed Levy Jr. in Israel with Ethiopian children in 2000

Michigan, exploring quarries and
and Israel and our community. He is
concrete plants and sand and gravel
non-critical and truly believes in the
operations. It was like going to the
Golden Rule. Ed's hobbies are work
park, but with dust and stones and
and studying, tennis and skiing. Our
machines.
teenage grandchildren call him 'Steady
"When he'd bring me to work, he'd
Eddie.'
sit me in the cab of a crane or truck or
Ed sums it up. "One guiding prin-
steam shovel, which made me feel very ciple in my existence has been given
powerful. Later, when I start-
ed to read newspapers on my
own and developed political
opinions rather different
from Dad's, we'd argue, but
that was more pleasurable
than painful. Over the years,
our political discussions have
brought us closer together
— again, not politically, but
personally. In that and other
respects, he is both a gentle
man and a gentleman."
Carol recalled the family
coming together during ski
season. "We all began skiing Ed Levy Jr. and his wife, Linda, in Israel
as a family when I was 5, so
my father didn't start learning until
to me by my father in my late teens.
he was 40. He quickly became very
We saw somebody do something spec-
passionate about it and still is. To our
tacular, I turned to him and said, `You
great amusement, he still wears some
know when you look at somebody like
of his original ski outfits:'
that, it makes you feel humble, doesn't
Ed has been married to Linda for
it?'
five years; they have four children and
"He looked at me and said, 'You
six grandchildren in their blended
have a lot to be humble about."
family.
"And I've never forgotten that
"Ed is the best:' said Linda. "He's
because that's really what all of us
loving, kind, fair, giving in every way,
should remember about ourselves:" LI
caring about his family and friends

The whole community will dance
with the Torah Scrolls -
Israeli style to Klezmer music!

Pizza available throughout the evening

For more information or to RSVP, contact

TEMPLE

BETH EL

150 YEARS

Generation to Generation

Tobye Bello, Program Director,

at 248/357-5544 x45
or e-mail tbello@shaareyzedek.org

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