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April 07, 2011 - Image 71

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2011-04-07

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ROSE A.
MILLER, 99, of
Ann Arbor, died
March 29, 2011.
She was born
in Brooklyn, N.
Y., on October
4, 1911, the
Miller
youngest of
eight children of
Julius and Rebecca Rosenfeld, who
emigrated from Russia 1904-05.
She moved to Detroit as a child,
attending Detroit schools, gradu-
ating from the then new Central
High School in three years with
honors in 1928. She graduated U
of M with a bachelor of science in
1932.
Mrs. Miller worked in Michigan
state government for a time after
graduation and married Ben Y.
Miller in 1935. They moved to
New York, where she worked as a
facilitator for the New York Public
Housing Commission during its
infancy.
With Ben and their new son, she
returned to Detroit in 1945 to be
closer to her family. She worked
again in public housing in Detroit
in the 1950s then returned to col-
lege earning her master's degree in
library science from Wayne State
University. She retired as head
medical librarian for the Detroit
Osteopathic Hospitals.
Married 75 years, Mrs. Miller
was preceded in death by lov-
ing husband, Ben, who passed in
January, and by brothers Hyman
(Dolly) Rosenfeld, Harry (Ethel)
Rosenfeld, John (Susan) Rosefield,
Louis (Florence) Ross, Sam Rosen,
and Sol (Freyda) Rosenfeld, and
sister Sabelle (Leonard) Gray.
She is survived by sons, Bob
(Sherry) Miller of Grand Blanc,
and George (Margaret) Miller of
Canton, Ohio; grandsons, Kevin
of Phoenix and Jeff (Andrea)
of Flint; great-granddaughters,
Kaitlynn and Jayla Miller of Flint.
Also survived by many nieces and
nephews, with special thanks to
Norman and Dulcie Rosenfeld,
Ron Ross, Roslyn Sugarman and
the children of the late Aaron
Ross.
Interment at Beth El Memorial
Park. Contributions may be made
to American Civil Liberties Union,
2966 Woodward Avenue, Detroit,
MI 48201, www.aclumich.org .
Arrangements by Ira Kaufman
Chapel.

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