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The Detroit Jewish News, 2013-09-12

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obituaries

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AMY B.
WASSERMAN, 39,
of Tempe, Ariz., died
Aug. 29, 2013.
She is survived by
her parents, Rod and
Loree Wasserman;
brothers, Kurt
Wasserman
"Nick" Wasserman-
Beal and Donnie Wasserman-Beal;
nephew, Gary Wasserman; niece,
Linda Wasserman Aviv and Joseph
Aviv; cousins, Sari and Rachel Aviv,
Zachary Wasserman, Stephanie Etkin,
Lizzie Aviv; friends and hundreds of
students whose lives she touched over
the years.
Ms. Wasserman was the cher-
ished daughter of the late Eileen
Wasserman.
Services took place in Arizona.
Contributions may be made to a no-
kill animal shelter or a charity of one's
choice.
This announcement was placed
at the request of the family by Ira
Kaufman Chapel.

N

'A Dad And A Best Friend'

ewton Lewis Freedman, 92, of
Farmington Hills, died Aug.
11, 2013. Mr. Freedman was
the retired owner of Future Assurance
Insurance Agency.
Newton attended Central High School
and Wayne State University. He met the
love of his life, Selma Silverman, when
they were 13 years old, through their par-
ents, Joseph and Bertha Freedman, and
Harry and Mary Silverman. They all were
members of the Pinsker Progressive Aid
Society.
He played the drums and had a band
called Red Lewis and the Five Pennies —
named "Red Lewis" because of Newt's red
hair. He was a gregarious, friendly guy
with a fantastic memory and was the life
of the party, says his daughter Fran.
Through his insurance business, Newton
made numerous contacts and lifelong
friends. Awards for his insurance sales
allowed him and Selma to travel through-
out the U.S., Europe and Asia.

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Obituaries

During World War II, he was a member
To his daughters, Fran Goran and
of the 442nd Troop Carrier Group in the
Barbara Singer, he was not only a dad, but
304th Squadron. He flew in C-47 transport also a best friend. He was a proud grandfa-
aircraft and was responsible for dropping
ther and great-grandfather.
paratroopers and supplies
Mr. Freedman is also
behind enemy lines, and
survived by sons-in-law,
towing gliders that carried
Michael Goran and David
airborne troops and sup-
Singer; grandchildren, Jill
plies into combat.
and Adam Organ, Lori
Newton was awarded six
and Matt Oliveira, Carly
Bronze Stars. One of his
and Brodrick Dunn; great-
experiences during the war
grandchildren, Zoe Elyse
was having an audience
Organ, Maya Daisy Oliveira,
with the pope during a time
Isaac River Oliveira,
when Newton was taking
Madison Simone Dunn.
refugees back to Rome.
Mr. Freedman was the
Newton was a past
beloved husband for 68
Newton Freed man
president of Temple Israel
years of the late Selma
Brotherhood and also
Freedman, who passed
member of Perfection Lodge, receiving his
away in October 2010.
70th-year pin last October after starting
Interment was at Hebrew Memorial
as a DeMolay. He fondly reminisced about
Park. Contributions may be made to a
the great times he had bowling with his
charity of one's choice. Arrangements by
fellow lodge members.
Hebrew Memorial Chapel.



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