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The Detroit Jewish News, 2013-05-23

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17 Sivan May 26, 2013

Abraham Klenov
Gizella Loeb Pazner
Lena Wade
Beckie Weinberg
Morris Vernick
Fannie Pupko
Joseph Holtzman
Bertha Hellman
Bessie Harris
Sophia H. Goodman
Rabbi Hyman Eisenberg
Charles H. Charlip
Esther Rachel Brodman
Ben Benson
Frank Schneider
Freda Abraham
Rose Ostroy
Martin H Rose

18 Sivan May 27, 2013

Nathan Levine
Louis Siegel
Dr. Nathan J. Reisman
Samuel Member
Nettie Markofsky
Mendel Landsberg
Fred Fisher
Clara Marx
Louis Glassheim
Robert Korey Brandman
Luanne Falk
Esther Salavensky
Max Levy

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.

19 Sivan May 28, 2013

Isaac Brandt
Helen Taymor
Peggy Ellias
Joseph Reifman
Aaron Levine
Ilona Friedlander
Ethel Toby
Fannie Wainer
Sol Sklar

Norman Patler
Harry H. Hochman
Philip M. Herman
David Greenberg
Rebecca Greenberg
Rebecca Glazer
Louis Gelfund

Irving N. Weiss
Bella Hoenig
Hedwig Regina Carlebach
Harry Daniels
Abraham Dubin
Jack Finer
Rose Heller
Morris Jacobson
Solomon Burg
Morris Teitel
Edward Lutz
Ruth Shafkind
Yosif Geyler
Rose Yova
Naomi Eder
Rubin Herman
Max G. Salasnek

Celia Miedzwinski
Golda Klayn
Jacob Horowitz
Theodore Weiss
Mollie Hubert
Edith Cohen Schwartz
Leonard S. Berkovitz
Ida Wolfe
Jacob B. Shlain
Jacob Holland
Sophie Gook
Ida Cohen
Israel Stillerman

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23 Sivan June 1, 2013

21 Sivan May 30, 2013

Moses Weingarden
William Cohen
Louis Aronoff
Alex Saltsman

Rachel M. Brooks Goldbaum
Elizabeth Welkovicz
Morris Stoller
Joseph Rosenberg
Harry Maltz
Sidney Lorfel
Bertha Cossman
Ben Bialeck
Max Kozlowski

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

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May 23 • 2013

lexander Thomas Ornstein,
a retired state of Michigan
worker's compensation
magistrate and longtime leader in
Jewish causes, died May 14, 2013. He
was 68.
Mr. Ornstein was known widely
for his community leadership roles,
but those who know him best will
most remember his abiding care and
concern for others.
He rose through the ranks of B'nai
B'rith, serving in every
leadership role — includ-
ing president — at the
lodge, regional and
district levels. He also
served as an international
vice president of B'nai
B'rith.
He was chairman of
the board of directors of
Hillel of Metropolitan
Alexander
Detroit. Most recently,
he was president of the
Men's Club at Congregation Shaarey
Zedek in Southfield, where he was
a longtime member. He had a pas-
sion for learning, for years study-
ing Jewish texts with rabbis and
attending mini medical school at the
University of Michigan.
A graduate of Washburn University
in Topeka, Kan., and the Detroit
College of Law, Mr. Ornstein special-
ized in worker's compensation and
Social Security law. He practiced in
Detroit, Pontiac and Southfield and
was an attorney for Teamsters Local
#334. In 2004, former Gov. Jennifer
Granholm appointed him as a state
magistrate judge.
Prior to that, he was chairman of
the worker's compensation section
of the State Bar of Michigan and was

editor of the section newsletter.
Before becoming a lawyer, Mr.
Ornstein was a counselor for the
blind. He was an accomplished flut-
ist and enjoyed playing chess and
bridge, a game that brought him
together with his late wife, Harriet.
He had a soft spot for dogs.
Mr. Ornstein was most proud
of being a father to Charles and
Deborah. He delighted that his
daughter chose a career in Jewish
communal service and
they were inseparable
companions, particularly
in recent months. He also
eagerly anticipated and
read all of his son's news-
paper articles and delight-
ed in wearing clothes
with the colors of his son's
alma mater, the University
of Pennsylvania, and
Ornstein
T-shirts with the names of
his son's newspapers.
Most recently, even as his health
declined, he looked forward to daily
phone calls from his grandsons Miles
and Jude.
Mr. Ornstein was a caregiver for
his wife of 42 years, Harriet, who
died in January. He was a loving
father-in-law to Shari Ornstein,
beloved sister to Pauline Woll, uncle
to Peter (and Dr. Rachel) Woll,
Jessica Woll (Donald Stewart), and
Allison Woll (Dr. Harry Parr) and
close friend to many.
Interment was at Clover Hill
Park Cemetery. Donations in Mr.
Ornstein's memory may be made
to B'nai B'rith Great Lakes Council,
to the Men's Club of Congregation
Shaarey Zedek or to a charity of one's
choice.

BESSIE KAY, 101, of

Contributions may be made to
Ronald McDonald House, www.rmhc.
org; Garden City Hospital, 545 Inkster
Road, Garden City, MI 48135; or
Na'amat, 8707 N. Skokie Blvd., #LL2,
Skokie, IL 60077. Interment was held
at Adat Shalom Memorial Park in
Livonia. Arrangements by Hebrew
Memorial Chapel.



661 E. 8 Mile Road Ferndale

1 1 /2 blocks East o Woodward

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Lifelong Leader

22 Sivan May 31, 2013

20 Sivan May 29, 2013

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Obituaries

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Southfield, died May
19, 2013.
She is survived
by her daughters-
in-law, Judy Kay,
Maureen Kay; broth-
er, Charles Kay of
Kay
New Jersey; grand-
children, Dr. Mark Kay, Dr. Randy and
Dr. Debbie Kay, Dr. Lisa Kay, Alisa and
Jim King, Scott and Laura Kay, Kevin
and Lynette Kay; great-grandchildren,
Beth, David, Josh and Lindsy Kay,
Rachel Kay, Cameron, Jeffrey, Aiden,
Addison; great-great-grandson,
Benjamin Kay.
Mrs. Kay was the beloved wife for 63
years of the late Harry Kay.

DAVID LEVINE, 85,

Levine

of West Bloomfield,
died May 15, 2013.
He is survived
by his daughters
and sons-in-law,
Linda and Gershon
Blumstein, and
Shelley and Joe

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