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The Detroit Jewish News, 2014-01-16

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18 Shevat Jan. 19, 2014
Rachel Berkowitz
Herbert B. Bunin
Israel Glicklin
Morris Goldberg
Leo Kaufman
Molly Kobrin
Arthur E. Plotnick
Frank Sears
Morris Sherman
Samuel Sherman
Milton M Shiffman
Fannie Smith
19 Shevat Jan. 20, 2014
Bella Band
George X. Cobitz
Dora P Corman
Jennie Eisenshtadt
Paul Fenton
William Greenstein
Esther Hecker
David Kaufman
Jacob Levin
Sadie Lichtenberg
Getta Malach
Morie Nelson
Rose Langwald Tomarin
Rose Anna (Matz) Zeifman

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.

20 Shevat Jan. 21, 2014
Charles Drescher
Becky Efros
Morris Franovitz
Max Friedman
Sandra Karmazin
Ann Magid
Sarah Revzin
Max C. Shiovitz
Harry Sklar

21 Shevat Jan. 22, 2014

Suzanne Bartholomew
Mollie Hoffman
Reizel Kertes
Stephen Levitz
Samuel Neimark
Bessie Radner
Ernest Weinberg
Irving Weissman
Samuel Yagoda
Sam Zirulnik

22 Shevat Jan. 23, 2014
Abraham Bolker

Rachel Glazer
Ida Goldschlag
David Lowenthal
Benjamin Miller
Meyer Robiner

Bessie Schechter
Lillian Schubiner
Bernard Schwartz
Bertha I. Shipp
Robert Herman Singer
Albert Stein
Samuel H. Wainger
Morris Weiner
Mamie Zirulnik
23 Shevat Jan. 24, 2014
Fannie (Blonder) Blinder
Samuel Carmen
Molle Cohen
Sol Copin
Betty Dobbs
Anna R. Goldberg
Lawrence N. Keller
Annette M. Kunick
Sarah Saltsman
Fanny Ann Smith

24 Shevat Jan. 25, 2014

Edward Bunin
Anna Dora Dinkin
Devorah Goldfarb
Esther Grinwald
Lena Holtzman
Pearl Rottenberg
Ben Weinstock

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Obituaries from page 61

A Heart Of Gold

Keri Guten Cohen

complained after her husband died at
age 41, leaving her with three children
to support. He also recalled how no
eryl Winkelman was a
subject was taboo for her, including
woman dedicated to bettering
sex and birth control, even at family
the lives of women and chil-
meals. He remembered her love of
dren through her work with organiza-
music, her corny jokes, her Yiddish
tions within the Jewish and secular
phrases, her addiction to chocolate
communities. She died at age 98 on
— and the fact she was always late,
Dec. 31, 2013.
though her usual retort was that she
A social worker, Beryl
had never missed a
plane or train.
had a career in commu-
nity service that spanned
Beryl was a woman
decades. She had said one
who "walked the walk:'
of her favorite accomplish-
said her daughter
Harriet Winkelman of
ments was when she and
a handful of other women
Seattle. She balanced
researched and found a
her chocolate addic-
need for a residential facil-
tion by eating well and
ity to serve Jewish boys
exercising. "She was a
with emotional problems.
beautiful public speaker
Beryl Wink elman
Active in the local
and writer ... and a
National Council of Jewish
modest, nonjudgmental
Women, she and Phyllis Akers con-
uber-organized leader:' Harriet said.
vinced NCJW to adopt the project.
She recalled her mother's great sense
Now, Orchards Children's Services in
of humor and her love for theater,
Southfield is the area's largest foster
dance, opera and reading, which she
instilled in her children, grandchildren
care agency.
As NCJW president, she later took
and great-grandchildren.
pride in establishing the organization's
Beryl Winkelman was the beloved
kosher Meals on Wheels, a program
wife of the late Dr. Louis Zlatkin and
still thriving today under NCJW.
the late Isadore Winkelman. She was
Beryl traced her inspiration for
the cherished mother of Dr. Ned
community involvement to her
(Joan) Winkelman, Dr. Harriet (Robert
mother. In a Jewish News story from
Stewart) Winkelman and the late Dr.
Jan Winkelman; mother-in-law of
July 2002, when she was honored by
the Jewish Federation of Metropolitan
Sarajane Winkelman.
Detroit with a Lifetime Achievement
Mrs. Winkelman is also survived
Award, she said, "Even though she
by Isadore's son, Eric (Barbara)
passed away when I was 15 years
Winkelman and was pre-deceased
old, [my mother] taught the value of
by Isadore's daughter, the late Margot
getting an education and using that
(the late James) Proctor. She was
education to make an impact on the
the loving grandma of Mark (Dara)
Winkelman, Laura Winkelman, Larry
(Julie) Winkelman, Jeffrey (Keren)
Beryl did just that. She was a found-
ing member of the Sinai Hospital
Winkelman, Dr. Michael Winkelman,
Justin Winkelman, Grant (Amy)
Guild and served on Federation's board
and in its Women's Department. She
Winkelman and Aaron Winkelman. She
also served on the boards of Bellefaire,
is also survived by 10 great-grandchil-
the Detroit Symphony Orchestra and
Wayne State University's Hilberry
She was the dear sister of the late
Theatre and Merrill-Palmer Institute.
Dr. Clarence (the late Florence) Jacobs
For her hard work and dedica-
and the late Seymour (the late Lillian)
tion, she was honored with United
Way's Heart of Gold Award, named
She is also survived by her loving
Volunteer of the Year by the National
caregivers, Janina Zebala and Evelina
Association of Social Workers and
received an 8 Over 80 Award from
Interment was at Clover Hill
Jewish Apartments & Services.
Park Cemetery. Contributions may
Her granddaughter Laura Winkelman
be made to the Jewish Federation
of Chicago said, "She gave me an
of Metropolitan Detroit, Beryl
unshaken faith in humanity and left me
Winkelman Philanthropic Fund, 6735
Telegraph Road, Bloomfield Hills, MI
believing I could change the world:'
Son Ned of Bloomfield Hills said his
48301, www.jewishdetroit. org ; or to a
mother was the epitome of gracious-
charity of one's choice. Arrangements
ness, "a real lady:' He said she never
were by Ira Kaufman Chapel.

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