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The Detroit Jewish News, 2011-12-08

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of the late William and the late Minnie
Salomon; the cherished brother of the late
Harry Salomon, the late Sarah Feuereisen
and the late Judy Salomon; the dear son-in-
law of the late Rebecca Green.
Interment at Beth Tefilo Emanuel.
Contributions may be made to Jewish
Women International, do Arlene Tarnopol,
6165 Pickwood Drive, West Bloomfield, MI
48322; Young Israel of Oak Park, 15140 W. 10
Mile Road, Oak Park, MI 48237, www.yiop.
org; Akiva Hebrew Day School, 21100 W. 12
Mile, Southfield, MI 48076, www.akivakl2.
org; American Cancer Society, 20450 Civic
Center Drive, Southfield, MI 48076, www.
cancer.org; or Frankel Jewish Academy, 6600
W. Maple Road, West Bloomfield, MI 48322,
www.frankelja.org . Arrangements by Ira
Kaufman Chapel.

of Birmingham, died Dec.
3, 2011.
He was a founding part-
ner of Lubin Schwartz and
Goldman Insurance.
Mr. Schwartz is survived
by his wife, Sandy; son,
Laurence of New York City;
daughter and son-in-law, Julie and Mark
Fisher; granddaughters, Sarah and Olivia
Fisher of Bloomfield Hills; brother, Maxwell

Schwartz of Farmington Hills; many loving
nieces, nephews and other close relatives
and friends.
Contributions may be made to Jewish
Senior Life, 6710 W. Maple, West Bloomfield
48322, or a charity of one's choice.
Arrangements by Ira Kaufman Chapel.

63, of Farmington Hills,
died Dec. 3, 2011.
She is survived by
her son, Jeffrey David
Silverman of New York; her
daughter and son-in-law,
Lori and Brian Donovan
of Wayland, Mass.; her
brothers and sisters-in-law,
Richard and Caryl Pevos of West Bloomfield,
Laurence and Joanne Pevos of Commerce;
grandchildren Lily Rose Donovan and
Mackenzie Elizabeth Donovan; nieces and
nephews, Joy (Jeff) Alekman, Julie (Michael)
Solomon, Eddie (Heidi) Pevos; many other
loving family members and friends.
Contributions may be made to the
Italian Greyhound Rescue Fund, Michigan
Retired Greyhound as Pets, Deborah
Silverman Rescue Fund or Pancreatic
Cancer Foundation. Interment took place at
the Clover Hill Cemetery in Birmingham.
Arrangements by Dorfman Chapel.

Author Judith Maro

Alan D. Abbey



uthor Judith Maro was
born in Jerusalem, fought
for the Haganah, moved to
Wales after marrying a British soldier
stationed in pre-state Palestine and
went on to become a noted novelist
who wrote in Welsh and English, She
published a thriller two years ago at
age 89. Maro died recently at 91 in the
British resort town of Swansea.
Her publisher, Robat Gruffudd,
of Welsh publishing house Y Lolfa,
called her a "special person, a cultured
and committed Jewish woman who
enriched the life of Wales through
her books in Welsh and English, and
through her interesting and creative
family. Even at a good old age, she had
a sharp, independent mind and a chal-
lenging and questioning spirit."
She was in the Auxiliary Territorial
Service, the women's branch of the
British Army in Israel during World

War II, but was also in the Haganah.
She met Jonah Jones, a British soldier,
in the British army education center
at Mount Carmel. According to Jones'
2004 obituary, they married clandes-
tinely in defiance of military protocol.
During the early days of Israel, Maro
taught Hebrew to new immigrants. But
Jones, who later became a prominent
sculptor, had a deep desire to return to
his Welsh homeland, and they resettled
there. Maro, whose skill at languages
gave her fluency in Arabic, Russian,
Hebrew, English and Welsh, immersed
herself in Welsh culture and identified
with it — yet remained something of
an outsider.
Maro's last novel, The Stoat, was
a murder mystery set in Wales that
features a Jewish girl, Polish recluse
and Welsh detective. Her publisher
described it as "a tense political thriller
about the hunting down of a wartime
Nazi executioner in the Welsh country-
side by, among others, a Jewish girl" set
in the early 1980s.

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