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28 Adar March 10, 2013

Sam Belkin
Benjamin R. Berman
Sam Brown
Max Frazein
Martha Garfinkel
Abraham Holcman
Rose Katz
David Pessman
Bella M. Rabinovitch
Essie Rosenbloom
Pearl Stein
Benjamin Sussman

29 Adar March 11, 2013

Adolph Bassin
Max Beal
Misha Bickoff
Frida Klein Biegel
Lisa Birman
Rebecca Cohen
Goldie A. Delidow
Mary Ernstein
Thelma Golob
Jean Kaplan
Anne Kosins
Lillian Pitkowsky
Herman Schultz
Sarah Sherwin
Louis Shoskes
Minnie Shrager
Hannah Usher

During the coming week, the students of Yeshiva Beth Yehudah
will study in memory of the following departed friends.
In addition, Kaddish will be said during the daily minyan.

Obituaries from page 63

Philip Gordon

1 Nisan March 12, 2013

Lea Ferrer
Louis Gladstone
Salomon Marx
Dr Charles Ornstein
Bertha Palman
Annie Sarko
Harvey Phillip Sherman
Sara Siegel
Rose Smith
Morris Snyder
Sam Turkel

Sylvia Holtzman
Harry Rimar
Rachel Seyburn
Rabbi Ephraim F. Shapiro
Jack Sklar
Charles Williams

4 Nisan March 15, 2013

Jack Berman
Robert M Cohn
Sadie Cohn
Jennie Dorfman
Juda Gottlieb
Ruth Kaplan
Hyman Abraham Keys
Leon Levy
Betsey Linovitz
Louis Rudolph
Kay Russ
Gilbert Siegel
Moshe Woolf
Louis A Woolman

2 Nisan March 13, 2013

Jack Barck
Doris Hollo
Morton Krosnick
Fern Kunick
Eva Leach
Isadore E. Lichtenstein
Joseph Linder
Sadie Moehlman
Robert Benjamin Novitz
Sadie Rosenthal
Dr. Harold Rowe
Moishe Schwartz
Imre Weiss

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Marvin Berlin
Sylvia Docks
Rose Fridson
Reva Lipschutz
Ben Malzberg
Flora Morris
Samuel Remer
Sol Rudy

Laura Burns
Manie Cohen

Isaac Goldstein

Send a tribute in memory of a loved one —
Visit www.DetroitYeshiva.org/JNtributes.

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Mr. Steinman enjoyed playing
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member of Temple Beth El.
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He is survived by his
Cranbrook School.
daughters and sons-
Mr. Steinman gradu-
in-law, Sherry and Abe
Singer of Bloomfield
ated from the University
of Michigan with a
Hills, Sally and William
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education was inter-
son and daughter-in-
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Anne Steinman of
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and Jacob Drouillard,
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Mr. Steinman was part
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Daniel M. Steinman,
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camp in northern Germany.
Steinman; great-grandchildren,
Sophie and Henry Drouillard; sister
Upon graduation, he married his
sweetheart, Adeline Fishler, on Feb.
and brothers-in-law, Beverly and
Marvin Talan of Bloomfield Hills,
15, 1948; they were married for 64
years.
and William Shapiro.
Mr. Steinman joined his family
Mr. Steinman was the beloved
business, the Lion Store, in Pontiac.
husband of the late Adeline
In the mid-1950s, he established a
Steinman; the dear brother-in-law
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of the late Dorothy Shapiro and
a unique boutique that catered to
the late Buddy and the late Elaine
Fishler.
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Interment was at Clover Hill Park
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Alvin's Bride, which was located in
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Michigan, Florence Fishler, Dorothy
downtown Birmingham.
Mr. Steinman was community-
Shapiro and Adeline Steinman
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was loved and respected by all of
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2013.
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5 Nisan March 16, 2013

3 Nisan March 14, 2013

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Obituaries

Kramer

passed away peace-
fully in his sleep on
Feb. 21, 2013.
He grew up in
St. Louis, Mo., and

spent most of his
adult life in the
Detroit area. He never retired from
his chosen profession as a marriage
counselor. His lifelong curiosity for
listening to people's stories, his com-
passionate heart for wanting to be of
service and his remarkable ability to
make those in his life feel at the cen-

ter of his universe were all qualities
that served him well in his career, his
friendships and his family life.
Mr. Kramer was the beloved
father of David Kramer of Van Nuys,
Calif., Katie Kramer of Huntington
Woods, and Jordan (Mary) Kramer of
Melbourne, Fla.; grandfather of Nate
Becker, Quinn Kramer and Harper
Kramer.
Contributions may be made by
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that Katie and her father created for
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