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The Detroit Jewish News, 2011-04-28

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WOLL, died, April
16, 2011.
He was a deeply
loved father,
brother, uncle,
husband and
friend. He
enhanced the lives
of all who loved

Mr. Woll was born in 1938 and
grew up in New York's Bronx, part
of a brilliant and vibrant Russian
Jewish family. He was accepted to
the Bronx High School of Science,
then earned physics and mathemat-
ics degrees from the University of
Vermont. He worked as a physicist
and later moved to Israel, working as
a rocket scientist. In the early 1960s
he returned to the U.S., working in
a family business then moving into
commercial real estate development.
In 1976 he chose to live in San
Francisco, Calif., where he spent the
happiest years of his life. In 1984
he married his true love, Robin
Winburn. Together they embraced
families and friends, studied and cel-

ebrated with Reb Zalman Schachter-
Shalomi, shared adventures and
travels in many countries, and devel-
oped a deeply loving, ever-increasing
Mr. Woll had great depth and
breadth of knowledge in many fields
and he was happy to share it. He was
a passionate, thoughtful man and
a committed Jew who delighted in
Jewish history and practice.
He loved life, finding pleasure
in every day. He approached every
event, even cancer treatments, as the
next adventure to be experienced. He
was a Mensan, a sailor, a train enthu-
siast, a Giant's fan, a member of Beth
Israel-Judea, and a bright soul who
looked at possibilities, not limits. He
gained the love and admiration of
good people.
Mr. Woll is survived by his wife,
Robin Winburn-Woll; son, Ilan Woll;
daughter, Dena (David) Raminick of
West Bloomfield; grandsons, Noah
and Shelby; his brother, Robert
(Monika) Woll; nephew, Ronald
(Tammy) Woll; niece, Wendy (Bill
Binenstock) Woll; four grandnieces;
his aunt, Alice; many cousins.

Services were held at Gan Yarok,
in Forever Fernwood Cemetery, 301
Tennessee Valley Rd, Mill Valley;
cemetary.html. Contributions may
be made to the Nevada Northern
Railroad Museum
(nevadanorthernrailway.net), the
Jewish Community High School of
the Bay (www.jchsofthebay.org ), or
the Lisa Kampner Hebrew Academy
(www.hebrewacademy.com ).

Arbor, died April 18, 2011.
He is survived by his mother,
Lillian Zuckman; sister, Dorene
Steel; many cousins, aunts and
He was the beloved son of the late
Leo Zuckman; the loving brother of
the late Helene Zuckman.
Interment at Clover Hill Park
Cemetery. Contributions may
be made to National Kidney
Foundation, 1169 Oak Valley Drive,
Arm Arbor, MI 48108, www.n-ikfm.
org; or a charity of one's choice.
Arrangements by Ira Kaufman

Professor Milton Glick, 73


ilton Glick, a founding member and the first
president of the Reconstructionist Congregation
T'chiyah in Oak Park, died of a stroke he suf-
fered Saturday night, April 22, 2011, while having dinner
with his wife, Peggy. He was 73.
For 17 years, Dr. Glick was a chemis-
try professor at Wayne State University
in Detroit. He was also the department
His latest position was president of
University of Nevada, Reno. He had guid-
ed the school through unprecedented
growth during his five-year tenure there.
Milton Glick
"It's awful news for all of us:' UNR
Chancellor Dan Klaich told the AP.
"This was a person who was doing a
great job in leading one of our critical institutions. People
like Milton Glick are not easily replaced."
U.S. Sen. Harry Reid, D-Nev., said Dr. Glick fostered a
"culture of excellence" at UNR by increasing graduation
rates, improving the school's status as a research institute
and developing a more diverse student body.
"He was a breath of fresh air on campus with his trade-
mark hat and great sense of humor — and loved by fac-
ulty and students alike," said Reid.
In addition to wife, Peggy, survivors include sons David
and Sander and three grandchildren. I1

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