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Obituaries

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SHARON
(SALINGER) STAY,
69, of Haifa, Israel,
died Sept. 20, 2010.
She was born in
Detroit in 1941 and
graduated from
Mumford High
Stay
School in 1959.
Mrs. Stay was survived by her
mother, Adeline Salinger; daughter
and son-in-law, Vardit and Harel
Levy; son, Ron Stay; daughter-in-law,
Sheri Levenson Stay; grandchildren,
Jordan, Brett, and Ethan Stay, Leah
and Noa Levy; brothers and sister-in-
law, Harvey Salinger, Ann and Burt
Salinger; nieces, nephews and friends.
She was the beloved daughter of the
late Manuel Salinger.
Interment at Tel Regev Cemetery,
Haifa, Israel. Contributions may be
made to JARC, 30301 Northwestern
Highway, Suite #100, Farmington
Hills, MI 48334, (248) 538-6611, www.
jarc.org.

NAOMI TUKEL, 86 of Boca Raton,
Fla., died Sept. 22, 2010.
She was a former United Hebrew
School teacher and resident of
Southfield.
Mrs. Tukel is survived by her
daughter, Marsha Helfer of Buffalo
Grove, Ill.; grandchildren, Carey and
Jack Goldberg, Jason and Jennifer
Helfer; great-grandchildren, Ben,
Hannah and Charlie Goldberg, Eli
and Toby Helfer.
She was the loving wife of the late
Seymour Tukel.
Arrangements by Levitt-
Weinstein Memorial Chapel Coconut
Creek, Fla.

Uncle To Compete In Niece's Memory
To Help Fight Mast Cell Disease

N

eal Victor of Huntington Woods will compete in
the Janus Charity Challenge to support the Sarah
Gittleman Walk for the Mastocytosis Society on
Sunday, Oct. 3.
Victor will also compete in the Ironman challege on
Nov. 6. He is competing and raising funds on behalf of
the Mastocytosis Society in memory of his niece, Sarah
Gittleman of Royal Oak, who died from mast cell disease at
the age of 23.
In the Ironman, Victor will swim 2.4 miles, bike 112 miles
and run 26 miles in one day.
Last year, the Mastocytosis Society was able to raise
enough money to enable Victor to come in second place in
the Janus Charity Challenge fundraising ($8,000). Funds
are raised by supporting Victor directly through the Janus
Charity Challenge online site or via Sarah's memorial
Tri-athlete Neil Victor
research fund for the Mastocytosis Society:
www.tmsforacure.org/walk/sarahswalk.shtml.
The walk for Sarah will be Sunday, Oct. 3, rain or shine, from the Huntington Woods
Recreation Center, 26325 Scotia. Registration: 9:15 a.m.; 1.5-mile walk, 10-11 a.m.
Refreshments.
The Mastocytosis Society is a nonprofit 501(C)(3) organization. Donations are tax-deductible.

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