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The Detroit Jewish News, 2012-01-19

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of Bloomfield Hills, died
Jan. 12, 2012.
She is survived by her
husband of 65 years,
A. Richard Tischler;
daughters and sons-in-
law, Jeannie and Howard
Dubin of Bloomfield
Hills, and Nanci and Mitchell Kantor of
Bloomfield Hills; grandchildren, Bradley
Dubin, Lizzie and Benji Gottlieb, Scott
Kantor, Tony Kantor and Lisa Kantor;
great-grandson, Brady Gottlieb.
Mrs. Tischler was the loving sister of
the late Rose Silverstone, the late Fanny
Blau and the late Lillian Dictor.
Interment at Clover Hill Park Cemetery.
Contributions may be directed to Crohn's
& Colitis Foundation of Michigan, 31313
Northwestern, Suite 204, Farmingtion
Hills, MI 48334, www.ccfa.org ;
Alzheimer's Association, Detroit Area
Chapter, 20300 Civic Center Drive, Suite
100, Southfield, MI 48076, www.alzgmc.
org; or Temple Beth El, 7400 Telegraph,
Bloomfield Hills, MI 48301,
www.tbeonline.org. Arrangements by Ira
Kaufman Chapel.


89, of Wixom, passed
away with peaceful dig-
nity, Dec. 16, 2011, at
home, surrounded by his
amazing extended fami-
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 of 1927 through Ellis Island to
reunite with his father, Morris.
Mr. Warshaw was a proud member of
the United States Army, serving in the
European Theater for 17 months dur-
ing World War II. He was a staff sergeant
assigned to the 102D Signal Co., 102D
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, 2011.
A military memorial service is planned
for this spring. Contact scharffdd@aol.com
for information. Contributions may be
made to the Dennis R. Sobol, Ph.D. Family
Scholarship Fund at Oakland Community
College, Odessey Hospice, a hospice of
one's choice or to the American Cancer


Bloomfield, died Jan. 12, 2012.
She had a valiant battle with cancer, but
always had a sunny disposition.
Ms. Williams is survived by her
dear sisters and brother-in-law, Clare
Lynne Williams of Berkley, Mary and
Christopher McBride; brothers and sister,
in-law, Harry Williams, Jeffrey and Trudy
Williams, Richard Williams; many loving
nieces, nephews, other family members
and friends.
Contributions may be made to the
Holocaust Memorial Center or to the

American Cancer Society. Interment took
place at the Clover Hill Park Cemetery in
Birmingham. Arrangements by Dorfman

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