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The Detroit Jewish News, 2011-05-19

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May 22, 2011

Moishe Halpert
Mordechai Halpert
Shlomo Mermelstein
Aubrey L. Oppenheim
Leo York
Chaye Sora Bas Isroel
Becky Golub
Etta Halpert
Golda Halpert
Hudia Halpert
Leba Halpert
Chaya Wachtenheim Meisels
Malye Devora Mermelstein
Rose Schechter
Mary Shindler
Blima Wachtenheim
Lottie Wainger

Arthur Barach
Rabbi Moses Fischer
Nathan Kravitz
Louis Leiderman
Julius Parker
Alfred Schmidel
Morris Woll
Nettie Green
Rose Linetsky
Sarah Wuntner

19 lyar

May 23, 2011

Dr. Jerry H. Abramson
David I. Berris
Alan Horowitz
Charles Laskey
Arthur Lyons
Louis Ozadowsky
Louis Rochman
Moses Weiswasser
Rose Feldstein
Shari Gilden
Bertha Josephine Rosenberg
Betty Stark
Rose Witt

20 lyar

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May 25, 2011
Abraham Averbuch
Charles Morris Niskar
Sam Seligson
Bessie B Valensky Andrews
Shirley Engel
Helen Fuller
Sarah Honigman
Jenny Modlinsky
Anna Rottenberg
Chana Rutzimring

May 24, 2011

Harry Berger
Louis Buchbinder

22 Iyar

May 27, 2011

Samuel Baschin
Julius Goldberg
Sam Howffenblum
Gussie Anstandig
Rachel Bernstein
Helen Cohen Kabak
Norma Lucille Leader
Rose Leiderman
Laura Wetstein

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May 28, 2011

Abram Jakubowitz
Leslie Politzer
Joseph Tewel
Josef Weiner
Abraham Zwerling
Dora Fine
Anna Lubkin
Selma Rich
Pearl Silverman

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May 19 2011

BERNARD "BUNNY" GROSSMAN,

80, of Southfield, died May 4, 2011.
He was a member of Congregation
B'nai Moshe and its brotherhood.
Mr. Grossman is survived by his
wife of 30 years, Phyllis Grossman;
children, Gayle and Gary Granat of
Farmington Hills, Steve and Steffy
Grossman of Bloomfield Hills, Lori
and Mark Epstein of Farmington
Hills, Stewart and Cindi Shifman of
West Bloomfield; sister, Dorothy Kuhn
of West Bloomfield; grandchildren,
Jennifer Granat, Jeffrey Granat, Max
Grossman, Hannah Grossman, Steven
Epstein, Michael Epstein, Jordan
Shifman, Zachary Shifman.
He was the devoted son of the late
Joseph and the late Bertha Grossman;
dear brother-in-law of the late Alex
Kuhn.
Contributions may be made to
Congregation B'nai Moshe, 6800 Drake
Road, West Bloomfield, MI 48322;
American Diabetes Association, 30200
Telegraph Road, Ste. 105, Bingham
Farms, MI 48025; American Heart
Association, Memorial & Tribute
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Chicago, IL 60674. Interment at
Hebrew Memorial Park. Arrangements
by Hebrew Memorial Chapel.

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Obituaries from page 141

May 26, 2011

Eugene Newman
Samuel (Sander) Stillwater
Rose Buchbinder
Minnie Friedman
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Obituaries

MARILYN JANET
HECHTMAN of

Williamsburg, Mich.,
and Aventura, Fla.,
died May 12, 2011,
after a battle with
pancreatic cancer.
Marilyn was born
Hechtman
on Jan. 24, 1947, to
Lippman and Elaine
(Sloman) Lumberg in Detroit. She
earned a bachelor's degree in teach-
ing from University of Michigan and
later earned her associate's degree
as a pharmacy tech from Oakland
Community College.
In 1973, Marilyn married Yale
Hechtman. They had a daughter,
Jodi, and son, Joshua. In the sum-
mer of 1986, the family moved to
Williamsburg. Yale and Marilyn
worked together for several years at
their pharmacy.
Marilyn loved to spend time out-
doors. She enjoyed gardening, camp-
ing, hiking, playing tennis, skiing,
fishing, bird watching and frequenting
arts and craft shows. Marilyn and Yale
both loved to watch and feed the birds
at their home, which made their visits
to the bird migration at Whitefish
Point enjoyable.
Above all, Marilyn loved to spend
time with her family, especially her
grandson with whom she enjoyed
going on nature hikes and to the

library.
Marilyn was very active in the
Jewish community. She was a member
of Temple Beth El and Congregation
Ahavat Shalom.
Marilyn was preceded in death by
her parents and her father-in-law,
Louis Hechtman.
Marilyn is survived by her hus-
band of 38 years, Joel Yale Hechtman;
daughter, Jodi Hechtman (Baris
Arakelian) of Belleville; son, Joshua
(Amanda) Hechtman of Traverse City;
grandson, Jakob Hechtman; brother,
Edward (Sherri) Lumberg of West
Bloomfield; and mother-in-law, Mollye
Hechtman of Southfield.
Interment in Traverse City.
Contributions may be made to the
LUNGevity Foundation in honor
of Marilyn's niece Melissa or to the
American Cancer Society. Visit www.
reynolds-jonkhoff.com to share
memories.

JACK E. KAY, 86, of Clarkston, died

May 13, 2011.
He is survived by his son, Steven
Kay of Clarkston; daughter and son-
in-law, Linda and Stewart Rappaport
of Hudson, Mass.; brother and
sister-in-law, Danny and Harriet Kay
of Akron, Ohio; sister and brother-
in-law, Sally and Harry Weissman;
brother-in-law, Norman Gladstone;
grandchildren, Stacey (Dan) Romano,
Alisha (Scott) Rappaport-Zubow, All
(Mitchell) Beck, Zachary Kay; great-
grandchildren, Gillian and Alana, and
their grandmother Anita Kay.
Mr. Kay was the beloved husband of
the late Lillian Kay; the brother of the
late Delores Gladstone.
Contributions may be made to a
charity of one's choice. Interment
at the Adat Shalom Memorial Park
Cemetery in Livonia. Arrangements by
Dorfman Chapel.

FAYE GRUNT
KROHNER, 89,

of Southfield and
Woodbridge, Conn.,
died May 4, 2011.
Faye and Harry
Krohner, along with
her parents, Nathan
Krohner
and Yetta Grunt,
owned and operated
Grunt's Market, a longtime establish-
ment for all things kosher in Detroit.
She was also a life-long supporter of
Israel and Jewish organizations,
Mrs. Krohner is survived by sons
and daughters-in-law, Martin Krohner
and Linda Laderman of Farmington
Hills, Dr. Robert and Karen Krohner of
Pittsburgh, Pa.; daughter and son-in-
law, Linda and Dr. Gary Friedlaender

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