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The Detroit Jewish News, 2012-01-26

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5 Shvat January 29, 2012

Perry Feigenson
Martin Keith Irwey
Shimon Kohn
Max Milgrom
Rudolph J Newman
Robert William Rosenbaum
Maier Chaim Soloveichik

6 Shvat January 30, 2012

Harry Averbach
Bernard Bocolor
Sam Cohen
Nathan Potach
Abraham Shayne
Mike Snider
Anne Barcless
Hortense Tobin
Esther Wetstein

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Obituaries from page 55

9 Shvat February 2, 2012

Abraham Schloss
Morris Schwartz
Yisroel Yampolsky
Helen Broad
Rose Friedman
Rebecca Kasoff

Clarence Camenker
George Hyams
Celia Fine
Sonia Weisfeld

8 Shvat February 1, 2012

Louis Blotnick
Samuel Cobitz
Abraham Cohn
Bernard Cohn
Samuel M. Reichstein
Robert Rosenberg
Milford Tachna
Dube Denemark
Elizabeth Eizelman
Sam Leider
Sadie Mills
Alyce Rood

7 Shvat January 31, 2012

Irving Gilbert
David Ordin

10 Shvat February 3, 2012

Norman Cottler
Jack Geller
Louis Sherman
Charles Tukel
Sarah Berent
Celia Borlack
Eleanor Ralph
Rebecca Zussman

11 Shvat February 4, 2012

Edsel Meretsky
Carl Schram
Aaron Yagoda
Jacob Zucker
Helen Rebecca Brainin
Mollie Morin

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not only was Carmi a good busi-
or so many years, while
nessman, but he was a good son,"
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editor and
Carmi Slomovitz, 78,
publisher Philip
of Boca Raton, Fla., an
Slomovitz was the
owner and manager
face and the voice of
of the Detroit Jewish
the Jewish News, his
News from 1959-1984
son Carmi Slomovitz
and co-publisher
was working behind
from 1973-1984, died
the scenes running
on Jan. 17, 2012, as
the business end —
a result of a chronic
quietly helping to
cardiac-related condi-
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of West Bloomfield,
died Jan. 17, 2012.
She is survived
by her daughters
and sons-in-law,
Susan Smith,
Barbara and
Lawrence Dubb,
Marsha and Warren Kifferstein;
brother and sister-in-law, Dr.
Martin and Debbie Karp; sister,
Bette and Avery Shapiro; grandchil-
dren, Jodi Smith, Marney (Randy)
Schoenfeld, Emily (Mark) Eaton,
Bradley and Brett Kifferstein; great-
grandchildren, Marley and Jonah
Eaton. She is also survived by her
devoted caregivers.
Mrs. Haas was the beloved wife
of the late Harold Haas; sister of the
late Esther (the late David) Gussin.
Contributions may be made to a
charity of one's choice. Interment
took place at the Beth El Memorial
Park in Livonia. Arrangements by
Dorfman Chapel.

of Bloomfield Hills,
died Jan. 17, 2012.
She was the
manager at Kamil
Group. Mrs.

Kamil was also a past president
of Temple Israel and was honored
by UAHC for her service to temple
and Reform Judaism. She was also
a past president and editor of the
newsletter for the Detroit chapter of
Hadassah as well as a Brownie, Girl
Scout and Cub Scout leader for her
Mrs. Kamil is survived by her
daughters and sons-in-law, Leslie
Kamil and Jon Lockard of Ann
Arbor, Lisa Kamil and Roger
Shimmell of Bloomfield Hills, and
Flo and Ricky Dessen of New York;
son and daughter-in-law, Dr. Mark
and Barb Kamil of Commerce;
grandchildren, Joseph Kamil, Rita
Kamil and Jason Nager, Ricky
Kamil, Becky Kamil, Hannah Kamil,
Miriam Kamil, Jason Dessen and
Jamie Dessen; brother, Jacques
Levine of New York.
She was the beloved wife of the
late Dr. Richard Kamil; the dear
sister-in-law of the late Florence
Interment at Beth El Memorial
Park. Contributions may be
made to Temple Israel, June and
Richard Kamil Fund, 5725 Walnut
Lake Road, West Bloomfield, MI
48323, www.temple-israel.org .
Arrangements by Ira Kaufman

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