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The Detroit Jewish News, 2014-04-10

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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.

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Joseph Roth
Solomon Rubens
Anna Schneider
Phillip S. Silverstein
Joseph Singer

13 Nisan April 13, 2014

Charles Finer
Abraham Lusky
Esther Malamud
Arlene Shapiro

14 Nisan April 14, 2014

Harry M. Goldfarb
Wolf Henigman
Joseph Jermias
Ruth Kape
Henriette Loewenstein
Aaron Malamud
Amelia Meisner
Jacob Rose
Elie Scherr
Artur Stern

16 Nisan April 16, 2014

Helen Cieck
Jacob Goodman
Yaakov Hoffman
Sam Kogan
Harry Laker
Louis Levin
Ruth Doris Malach
Morris Markowitz
Benjamin Nucian
Benjamin Sachs
Henry J. Smolinsky

Beverly Hacker
Edward E. Schultz
Harry Schwartz
Jennie Shoenig

19 Nisan April 19, 2014

17 Nisan April 17, 2014

Charlotte Baggleman
Rosalie Beber Brown
Samuel Butensky
Dora Dater
Pauline Goldberg
Anna Weissler Goldenberg
Bessie Goldstein
Abraham Laven
Percy Oretsky
Beatrice Potok
Yetta Sallan

Rozalia Fischer
Charlotte Gould
Morris Greenberg
Jacob Gutterman
Jacob David Pont
Zelik Rivkin
David Solomon

15 Nisan April 15, 2014

Irving Sperka
Helen Wachtenheim

Rebecca Greenberg
Frances Lynn Katt
Abe Kole
Sophie Mudrick

18 Nisan April 18, 2014

Louis Forman

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Visit www.DetroitYeshiva.org/JNtributes.

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Obituaries from page 91


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native of Detroit, died
at home in Bay
Harbor Islands, Fla.,
April 1, 2014.
She was born to
Mandel and Dora
Hassal, on June 9,
1915, in Detroit.
Henrietta was married to Theodore
Powers, also a native Detroiter and an
Henrietta Powers, a role model for
many friends and loved ones, was a
one-of-a-kind person. She was known
as a smart woman, with definite opin-
ions about life, people and how the
world should operate. She loved her
husband and children dearly; she made
many life-long friendships and felt
tied to her entire family, including all
relatives. An accomplished pianist and
teacher, Henrietta was a graduate of
Oberlin College and the only child in
her family to have the opportunity to
attend a four-year university. She loved
music and supported her husband and
children in their pursuit of creativ-
ity, in all of the arts. She traveled the
world with her family, had a great eye
for modern art, was open-minded and
extremely generous. She was a woman
of integrity, fortitude and great kind-
ness, and she will be deeply missed.
Mrs. Powers is survived by her two
children, Daniel Powers of Los Angeles,
Calif., and Lisa Powers of Piermont,
N.Y.; grandchildren, Stephanie,
Michelle, Zachary and Samuel. She
had four sisters and a brother, Zelda,
Gertrude, Rose, Millie and Joe.
Interment was at Machpelah
Cemetery. Contributions may be
made to Oberlin College, Office of
Development, Bosworth Hall, 50 W.
Lorain Street, Oberlin, Oh 44074;
World Jewish Congress, P.O. Box
90400, Washington, DC 20090; or
Doctors Without Borders-USA, P.O.
Box 5030, Hagerstown, MD 21741-
5030, www.doctorswithoutborders.org .
Arrangements by Ira Kaufman Chapel.

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died April 1, 2014.
She is survived by her parents, Joe
and Nell Vance; son, Aaron Rissman
of Novi; brother, Scott Vance; former
spouse, Ron Rissman; many loving
nieces, nephews and friends.
Services and interment were held at
Hebrew Memorial Park. Arrangements
by Hebrew Memorial Chapel.


Southfield, died April 2, 2014.
He was a Twin Pines milkman for
19 years. He then owned McCohen's
Restaurant and then sold carpet for

Beckwith Evans, New
York Carpet World
and Sears. He was
also a member of the
Bloch Lodge of B'nai
B'rith and its bowling
Mr. Rosen is sur-
vived by his wife
of 62 years, Sylvia
Rosen; daughter and son-in-law, Ellen
and Chuck Weisman of Oak Park;
sons and daughters-in-law, Mike and
Michele Rosen of Oak Park, David and
Amy Rosen of Glendale, Ariz.; sisters,
Dorothy Saulles of West Bloomfield,
Hilda Doomchin; grandchildren,
Jennifer and Brian Boyles, Jaime
Weisman and fiance, Alex Lewis, Marcia
Rosen, Mark Rosen, Melanie Rosen
and Dan Levine, Josh Rosen; great-
granddaughter, Liliana Lewis; many
loving nieces, nephews, other relatives;
cherished granddogs. He was also best
friend and cousin to Jerry Morgan.
Mr. Rosen was the dear brother and
brother-in-law of the late Maurice and
the late Lillian Rosen, the late Rebecca
and the late Sam Ketner, the late Lilly
and the late David Kelman, the late
Chuck Saulles, the late Ruby Doomchin.
Contributions may be made to a
humane society or charity of one's
choice. Interment was held at Hebrew
Memorial Park. Arrangements by
Hebrew Memorial Chapel.

SCHOTT, 86, of

Livonia, died April 2,
He is survived by
his wife of 58 years,
Joan Schott; son and
Michael and Kari
Schott of Farmington
Hills; daughter and son-in-law, Andrea
and Marty Church of San Carlos, Calif.;
grandchildren, Robin Schott and Sam
Church; sister, Paula Posen.
Mr. Schott was the loving grandfather
of the late Riley Church; the devoted son
of the late Sidney and the late Ruth Schott.
Interment was at Woodmere
Cemetery. Contributions may be
made to B'nai B'rith, 6735 Telegraph
Road Suite #360, Bloomfield Hills,
MI 48301, www.bnaibrith.org ; Jewish
Vocational Service, Dorothy and Peter
Brown Jewish Community Adult Day
Care Program, 29699 Southfield Road,
Southfield, MI 48076, www.jslmi.org/
Temple Beth El, Rabbi Leo M. Franklin
Archives, 7400 Telegraph, Bloomfield
Hills, MI 48301, www.tbeonline.org; or
a charity of one's choice. Arrangements
by Ira Kaufman Chapel.

Obituaries on page 94


April 10 • 2014


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