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The Detroit Jewish News, 2011-08-25

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from Michigan State Normal College
(Eastern Michigan University). She
taught high school biology and
physical education and coached
girl's basketball, field hockey and
softball. She was a staple in the Flint
Jewish community and an active
member of Congregation Beth Israel.
She attended twice daily minyan,
helped prepare kosher Meals on
Wheels and worked with generations
of youth in the religious school.
Some of her awards included the
Temple Beth Israel Sisterhood Ashet
Chayil "A Woman of Valor," Flint
Jewish Federation Presidents Award
and "Volunteer of the Year Award"
along with the Senator Don Riegle
Award.
Mrs. Price was the beloved wife of
the late Elliott Price; loving mother
of David and Beverly, Scott and
Janis, Marty and Katie, and Rhonda;
adoring bubbie to Bennett, Elijah,
Alexa, Elana and Jonah.
Services were held in Flint.
Contributions may be made to the

Elliott and Esther Price Minyan
Fund, c/o Congregation Beth Israel,
5240 Calkins Road, Flint, MI, 48532.

DOROTHY ROER,
81, of West
Bloomfield, died
Aug. 18, 2011.
She is survived
by her sons, David
Roer of Farmington
Hills, and Laurence
Roer
Roer of Santa
Monica, Calif.; grandchildren,
Daniel, Shayna, Joshua and Isaac
Roer; brothers and sisters-in-law,
Sidney and Evelyn Insoft and Dr.
Joseph and Shirley Insoft.
Ms. Roer was the beloved wife of
the late Harry Roer.
Interment was held at Adat Shalom
Memorial Park. Contributions may
be made to Holocaust Survivors
Foundation, 4200 Biscayne Blvd.,
Miami, FL 33137, www.hsf.org .
Arrangements by Ira Kaufman
Chapel.

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