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January 12, 2012 - Image 61

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2012-01-12

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STEPHANIE STAHL, 70, of Oak Park,

died Jan. 2, 2012.
She is survived by her son, Michael
Stahl; sister, Marcy Goldberg of
Chicago, Ill.; grandchild, Jesse Stahl;
loving niece and nephew, Rachel
Goldberg and Jonathan Polin; great-
nieces and great-nephews, Hersh
Goldberg-Polin, Leebie Goldberg-
Polin, Orly Goldberg-Polin; devoted
friend, Clem Bourne.
Contributions may be made to
Jewish Senior Life (Jewish Federation
Apartments), 6710 W. Maple Road,
West Bloomfield, MI 48322; JARC,
30301 Northwestern Hwy., Farmington
Hills, MI 48334; or to a charity of
one's choice. Interment at Clover
Hill Park Cemetery in Birmingham.
Arrangements by Hebrew Memorial

RHEA R. STEIN, 90, of Farmington

Hills, died Jan. 7, 2012.
She is survived by her sons and
daughter-in-law, David F. Stein of
Farmington Hills, Robert L. and Kayla
Stein of West Bloomfield; many other
loving family members and friends.
Mrs. Stein was the beloved wife of
the late Carl A. Stein.
Contributions may be made to a
charity of one's choice. Interment
at Machpelah Cemetery in
Ferndale. Arrangements by Dorfman

CHARLES WARSHAW, 89, of Wixom,

passed away with peaceful dignity
at home surrounded by his amazing
extended family, Dec. 16, 2011.
He was born May 3, 1922, in
Goniadz, Poland, and immigrated to
the U.S. with his mother, Chana; his
sister, Ann; and brothers, Harry and
Irv. They arrived in October 1927
through Ellis Island to reunite with his
father, Morris.
Mr. Warshaw was a proud mem-
ber of the U.S. Army, serving in the
European Theater for 17 months
during World War II. He was a staff
sergeant assigned to the 102d Signal
Company, 102nd Infantry Division. He
was the family patriarch and beloved
"Uncle Charlie" to all of his nieces and
nephews on both the Warshaw and
Dallas sides of the family. He loved
them and cherished them more than
they will ever know.
He is survived by his beautiful bride
of 60 years, Peggy (Bertha L. Dallas);
his children, Debra (Clint) Scharff,
Mark, Derek (Eileen Smith); the lights
of his life, his grandchildren, Courtney
and Robert Scharff, Dallas and Sam
Warshaw; his beloved sister, Libby
(Leo) Sklar.
He was preceded in death by his
brother Dr. Louis Warshaw, who

passed away five days earlier, Dec. 11,
A military memorial service is
planned for this spring. Contact
scharffdd@aol.com for informa-
tion. Contributions may be made to
the Dennis R. Sobol, Ph.D., Family
Scholarship Fund at Oakland
Community College, Odyssey Hospice,
a hospice of one's choice, or to the
American Cancer Society.

Dec. 23, 2011.
She loved her family and her art.
Above all, she cherished her relation-
ship with her daughter, Courtney
Grant, and her grandson, Elijah Grant,
both of whom gave her tremendous
Carol was a 1967 graduate of
Southfield High School. She also was
a graduate of Wayne State University
with a degree in education. She taught
elementary school for a number of
years in the Detroit area. In 1987, she
moved to Scottsdale, Ariz., where she
sold real estate for Ranch Realty on
McCormick Ranch. Even after moving
to Arizona, she considered herself a
Detroiter to the end. She maintained
lifelong relationships with people she
knew since attending Vernor School in
Carol had a lifelong devotion to art.
She spent much of her time drawing
in charcoal, painting in watercolor and
using pen and ink for architectural
renderings. She had extraordinary
artistic talent. She was the daughter of
Harry and the late Elayne Wenner.
She is survived by her daughter,
Courtney Grant; grandson, Elijah
Grant; father, Harry Wenner; brother,
David A. Wenner; sister, Judy Wenner-
Fox; numerous nieces and nephews.
Contributions may be made to a
charity of one's choice.

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