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8 Kislev December 4, 2011
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Stanley Gelfund
Richard Gooel
Charles G Halpert
Louis Langwald
Ernest Levi
Albert Sufferin
Bessie Kunin
Florence Pollack
Lillie Spector

9 Kislev December 5, 2011
Philip Gerszkop
Anna Rose Araten
Barbara Galens
Lenka Herskovic
Malvina Stone Lewis
Rena Silver
Lillian Victor

10 Kislev December 6, 2011
Alex Cohen
Maurice I Davis
Joseph Deutsch
Joseph Gorman
Sam Horowitz
Michael Nosanchuk
Isidore Sosnick
Pearl Aronoff
Lillian Levitin

Perel Schwartz
Rose Hannah Solomon

11 Kislev December 7, 2011
Howard Stanley Bennett
Harry Brown
Arthur Engel
Albert Goldstone
Rabbi Shraga Faitel Kahana
David Katler
Charles Katz
Charles A. Komer
Irving Rochman
Sol Ryback
Victor Seyburn
Frank Skolnik
Rose Diskin
Fanny Langwald
Jeanette Schloss
Zinaida Solomakhina
Mary Stahl

12 Kislev December 8, 2011
Channan Ben Shmuel
Samuel P Goldstein
Abe Gubin
Sanford Lloyd Ketchen
Howard P. Liss
Arthur Moss
David Pinsker
Seymour Tilchin

13 Kislev December 9, 2011
Jack Gold
Max Goldfinger
Sidney Gould
Morris H. Kaner
William Rothman
Jack Zalmanow
Mary Krass
Lena (Ginsberg) Lavine
Dorothy Mandell
Regina Neimark
Rebecca Rabinowitz

14 Kislev December 10, 2011
Erwin Baker
Julius Goldman
Moses Grossberg
Samuel Hornung
Saul Kaplan
Max Lindenbaum
Sandor Solomon Shapiro
Joyce Cohn
Bessie Knoppow
Mary Rebecca Levin
Rose Staub

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PEARL BEZ

Arrangements by Dorfman Chapel.
ROBERT M.
LEACH, formerly of
Oak Park and
Farmington Hills,
died Nov. 20, 2011.
He experienced a
life of joy, living with
wisdom, wit and
Leach
generosity, coupled
with Masonic values. He never stopped
loving Bunnie. He was a role model
in seeking adventure and delight in
life's opportunities. He never told his
children how to live; he just lived and
let them watch. His legacy is love and
guidance. With unwavering reluctance,
he moved on to his next adventure.
Mr. Leach was Dad to Andrea
Globokar, Lezlie Adler (Ken Houck),
and Michael (Claire); Zaydie to
Meredith Pettersch (Michael) and
Emily Adler; Great-zaydie to Robert
Lewis Pettersch.
Contributions may be made to a
hospice of your choice. Condolences
may be made to Andrea Globokar,
anglobe@comcast.net or 863 Second
Ave., Salt Lake City, UT 84103.

BEATRICE LEADERMAN, 97, of
Delray Beach, Fla., died Nov. 22, 2011.
An active member and volunteer
with Hadassah, Women's American
ORT and B'nai B'rith, she also loved
crafts.
Mrs. Leaderman is survived by her
son and daughter-in-law, Dr. Richard
and Sherry Leaderman of Longmeadow,
Mass.; daughter and son-in-law, Lois
and Richard Wonboy of Novi; brother,
Dr. Raymond Feldman; grandchildren,
Jana and Jeff Holmes, Jared Leaderman,
Alexandra Leaderman, Howard and
Stella Gitler, Aaron and Carly Gitler;
great-grandchildren, Branden, Gabriella,
Jordyn, Tori and Alexis Gitler; sister-in-
law, Ceil Feldman; loving nieces, neph-
ews and friends.
Mrs. Leaderman was the beloved
wife of the late Sam Leaderman; lov-
ing sister and sister-in-law of the late
Irving Feldman, the late Dr. Manuel
and the late Doris Feldman, the late
Rose and the late Sidney Silver.
Contributions may be made to
Hospice of Palm Beach County, 5360
Linton Blvd., Defray Beach, FL 33484.
Interment was held at Beth Moses
Cemetery in Roseville. Arrangements
by Hebrew Memorial Chapel.

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announces the unveiling of
a monument in her memory at
12:30 pm, on Sunday,
December 4, 2011
at Adat Shalom Memorial Park.
Rabbi Aaron Bergman
will be officiating.
Family & friends are invited to attend.

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BESSIE LEISER, 87,
of Southfield, died
Nov. 21, 2011.
She was a member
of Israel Chapter
of Jewish Women's
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classes.
Mrs. Leiser is survived by her
daughter, Roz Leiser of Southfield;
sister, Mary Greenberg; many loving
nieces and nephews.
She was the beloved wife of the late
Rudolf Leiser; cherished sister and
sister-in-law of the late Ben and the
late Molly Golyer, the late Sara and the
late Al Schneider, the late Rosie Geller,
the late Ida Geller.
Contributions may be made
to American Heart Association,
Memorial & Tribute Lockbox, 3816
Paysphere Circle, Chicago, IL 60674.
Interment was held at Hebrew
Memorial Park. Arrangements by
Hebrew Memorial Chapel.

ONNY ROPE, of
Scottsdale, Ariz., for-
merly of Southfield,
died Nov. 15, 2011,
just three days shy of
her 88th birthday.
She was the
beloved wife of the
Rope
late Sanford J. Rope.
Mrs. Rope is survived by her chil-
dren, David Shwedel, Susan (Dicron)
Mahakian, Ron (Kathleen Edwards)
Shwedel, Stephen (Jeri) Rope, Barry
(Roz) Rope, Janet (Clint Jones)
Ginsberg, Francine (Kim Mundy)
Rope-Mundy; grandchildren Jodi
(Scott) Cranis, Debbi (Matt) Chasnick,
Cheryl Rope, Ric (Erica Roberts)
Ginsberg, Dan (Nicole) Rope, Teresa
(Bryan) Beckerman, Todd (Becky
Newman-Gonchar) Rope, Chad
Mahakian, Michael Hacker and Jason
Mahakian; great-grandchildren, Mara,
Jordyn, Eden, Brooke, Jonah, Ilissa,
Brett, Austin, Sebastian, Julian, Gabriel,
Liam and Oliver; many loving nieces,
nephews and friends.
She was the wife of the late Charles
Shwedel; the sister of the late Richard
Goldsmith.
Contributions can be made to Har
Zion Congregation in Scottsdale,
Hospice of Arizona or a charity of
one's choice.

LENA "LEE"
ROTHSTEIN, 92, of
West Bloomfield,
died Nov. 19, 2011.
She is survived
by her sons and
daughters-in-law,
Lawrence and Susan
Rothstein
Rothstein of West
Bloomfield, Jay and
Linda Rothstein of West Bloomfield,
Stuart and Fran Rothstein of West
Bloomfield; grandchildren, Marisa
and Gary LaKind, Michael and Kathy
Rothstein, Sarah, Jennifer and David
Rothstein, Brandon Rothstein; great-

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