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the condominium board. Among his
many interests were golf, cruises and
foreign travel. He moved to Michigan
in 2000.
Mr. Kaplan was the beloved hus-
band of the late Beatrice (Lieberman)
Kaplan, to whom he was married for
69 years. His siblings and their spouses
all predeceased him: Louis Kaplan,
Julius and Lena Kaplan, Lillian and
Sol Altman, Rose and Irving Miller,
Samuel and Estelle Kaplan, Florence
Kaplan, and sister-in-law Lillian R.
Lieberman. Mr. Kaplan was the father-
in-law of the late Myron Bordman.
He is survived by his devoted
daughter, Arlene Bordman of West
Bloomfield; his son and daughter-in-
law, Joel and Anna Kaplan of Chicago;
grandchildren, Ethan and Marilyn
Bordman of Manhattan; Rachel
Tucker of Farmington Hills, Mark
and Deborah Kaplan of Westfield,
N.J., Brian and Rachel Kaplan of Los
Angeles; and four great-grandchildren.
Contributions may be made to a
charity of one's choice. Arrangements
by the Dorfman Chapel.

MARTIN
KOHLENBERG, 83,
of Huntington
Woods, died Oct. 9,
2011.
He was owner
of Julius Bing Safe
Company.
Kohlenberg
Mr. Kohlenberg is
survived by his wife of 53 years, Sally
Kohlenberg; son and daughter-in-law,
Lawrence and Wendy Kohlenberg
of West Bloomfield; daughter and
son-in-law, Julie Kohlenberg Tache
and Brian Novak of Charlotte, N. C.;
grandchildren, Jared Kohlenberg,
Liza Kohlenberg and Gemma Novak;
sisters-in-law and brother-in-law,
Marian Kohlenberg and Janet and
Henry Moses; loving nieces, nephews
and a world of friends.
Mr. Kohlenberg was the dear
brother of the late Norman
Kohlenberg, the late David and the
late Muriel Kohlenberg and the late
Leon Kohlenberg; the devoted son
of the late Samuel an _ d the late Jessie
Kohlenberg.
Interment at Beth El Memorial
Park. Contributions may be made to
Temple Israel, Yaldeinu Fund, 5725
Walnut Lake Road, West Bloomfield,
MI 48323, www.temple-israel.org ;
American Cancer Society, 20450
Civic Center Drive, Southfield, MI
48076, www.cancer.org; Leukemia &
Lymphoma Society of Michigan, 1471
E. 12 Mile Road, Madison Heights,
MI 48071, www.11s.org ; or a charity
of one's choice. Arrangements by Ira
Kaufman Chapel.

They were
wonderful'.'

We hear kind words consistently. We're proud that
people feel comfortable enough with us to openly tell
us how much they appreciate what we did for them.
In fact, it's this appreciation that drives us to offer the
very best in comfort, compassion and service.

THE DORFMAN CHAPEL

SERVING WITH DIGNITY, SANCTITY AND COMPASSION

www. thedorfmanchapel. com
30440 Twelve Mile Road
Farmington Hills • All 48334
248.406.6000
TOLL FREE 1-866-406-6003
licensed Funeral Directors:
Alan Dorfman, Jonathan Dorfman

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