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May 23, 2013 - Image 153

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2013-05-23

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obituaries

BELLE
BRENNERS, 80,
of Florida, for-
merly of
Michigan, died
May 16, 2013.
An active
member and
Brenners
volunteer with
Hebrew Academy
of Margate, the Public School
Systems and JAFCO, Mrs. Brenner
was a social worker, bookkeeper
and former co-owner of Bermuda
Fashions. Along with her husband,
she was active with American
Friends of Magen David Adom
and was a founding member of the
local chapter of Sharit HaPlatah.
She studied at the Chabad of Coral
Springs and was a volunteer and
mentor with children.
Mrs. Brenners is survived by her
daughters and son-in-law, Linda and
Robert Stulberg of Farmington Hills,
Dianne Brenners of Hollywood,
Fla.; sister-in-law, Barbara Brenners;
grandchildren, Bradley Stulberg and
fiancee, Caitlin Bloom, Eric Stulberg;
nieces and nephews, Ronald
Brenners, Steven and Sue Brenners,
Dr. Robert Mames, Andrea and
Craig Rosenblum; other loving rela-
tives and friends.
Mrs. Brenners was the beloved
wife for 42 years of the late Larry
Brenners; loving sister of the late
Private I. Hardstein; dear sister-
in-law of the late Bela Brenners,
the late Dr. John and the late Eva
Mames.
Contributions may be made to
Dr. John J. and Eva Mames Chapter
of American Friends of Magen
David Adom, 23215 Commerce
Park Road, Ste. 306, Beachwood,
OH 44122; EMET, (202) 772-
4275; or a charity of one's choice.
Interment was held at Hebrew
Memorial Park. Arrangements by
Hebrew Memorial Chapel.

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