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The Detroit Jewish News, 2013-07-04

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BEATRICE STILLMAN,

98, of Birmingham, died
June 29, 2013.
She is survived by
her daughter-in-law,
Rochelle Stillman;
grandchildren, Jeffrey
Stillman and Andrea
Stillman
Margolis-Stillman,
Michael and Alicia Stillman; great-grand-
children, Shayna Stillman, Seth Stillman,
Karly Stillman and Zachary Stillman;
sister and brother-in-law, Ilene and Sam
Babcock; nieces and nephew, Patricia
Shipp, and Howard and Lilia Babcock.
Mrs. Stillman was the beloved wife of
the late Joseph Stillman; the cherished
mother of the late Marshall Stillman; the
adoring great-grandmother of the late
Emily Stillman; the loving sister of the late
Regina and the late Harry Levit; the dear
aunt of the late Kathy Babcock.
Interment was at Clover Hill Park
Cemetery. Contributions may be made
to Temple Shir Shalom, Emily Stillman
Memorial Fund, 3999 Walnut Lake Road,
West Bloomfield, MI 48323, www.
shirshalom.org . Arrangements by Ira
Kaufman Chapel.

HENRY WELLNER, 93,
beloved husband, father,
and grandfather died
June 20, 2013, with his
children at his bedside at
Saddleback Memorial
Hospital in Laguna Hills,
Calif.
Born in Sosnovitz,
Poland, he endured the Holocaust labor
camps for 41/2 years. Henry, Eva and their
son Simon emigrated to the U.S. from
Germany in 1949. In 1950, they moved
to Detroit, where, in 1966, Henry started
a successful carbide cutting tool factory.
Retired in 1993 and always wanting to live
in California, he moved to Laguna Hills in
1994, where he lived happily.
His family and friends will always
remember Henry for his great zest for life
and his indomitable spirit.
A devoted and loving father and grand-
father, Mr. Wellner is survived by son,
Simon; daughters, Barbara and Pamela;
daughter-in-law, Carol; son in-law, Eugene;
grandchildren, Jodi, Michael, Isaac and
Wes.
Eva, his wife of 60 years, preceded him
in death, passing away in 2005.

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