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14, 2003 Southeastern Virginia Jewish News 19 S. Adlman - Charlotte Sher- 72, of the 1400 block Blvd., died Feb. 27, Mrs. Adlman was a native Ala. include two sons, and Stephen Adlman; and a Stacy Jennifer Rouge, La. service was held at Forest Lawn Cemetery Panitz. Dunlan - Natalie Shaffer away peacefully on 2003 after a courageous cancer. She was born in Mass. to Israel and Dora volunteered many hours the Norfolk Sentara Hospice Maryview Crisis Center, Meals-on-Wheels, Benn Volunteer Reading and Jewish Family Set- Where she was selected as of the Year. is survived by her husband years, Melvin A. (Mike) and children, Michael and wife Fran of Suffolk, and wife Marilyn of Calif., Neil Duman of Rhonda Jones and hus- of Suffolk and Rebecca of Portsmouth. She also behind to cherish her mem- 10 grandchildren, Aaron and wife. Chrisi, Jonathan David and Noah Duman, Duman, Justin Jones, Tony Duman Freeman. In addition, a Duman. predeceased by her sister, r Shaffer and will be greatly by her two adoring sisters, and Harriet Archer, Mass. service was held on Dr. Israel Zoberman. memorial dona- : be made to the American Society, Memorial Dona- Constance Woods VA 23434, to Jew- ish Family Service, PO Box 9503, Norfolk, VA 23505, or to Suffolk Meals-on-Wheels, PO Box 1100, Suffolk, VA 23439. Irving Eisenberg VIRGINIA BEACH - Irving Eisenberg, 86, of the First Colonial Inn, died Feb. 23, 2003 in his resi- dence. Mr. Eisenberg was a native of Norfolk. He was the son of the late Joseph and Celia Mirman Eisen- berg. He was the widower of Eve- lyn Eisenberg and was preceded in death by a brother, Harold Eisen- berg and a sister, Frances E. Dorkin. Mr. Eisenberg was a founding member of Temple Israel in Nor- folk and was a past member of the Board of Directors and was a member of Brith Sholom Lodge. Survivors include two daugh- ters, Joanne Kagan and her hus- band, Harvey J. Kagan, M.D. of Virginia Beach and March Daw- son and her husband Bruce Daw- son of Bradenton, Fla.; a son, Jef- frey Eisenberg, M.D., and his wife Tarnara of Richester, N.Y.; and eight grandchildren, Amy and Michael Kagan, Evan, Craig and Jenny Dawson, Bryan, Bradley and Ellie Eisenberg. A graveside service was held Feb. 23 at Forest Lawn Cemetery by Rabbi Lawrence A. Forman and Cantor Elihu Flax. Memorial donations may be made to Temple Israel, 7255 Granby St., Norfolk, VA 23505, Beth Sholom Home of Eastern Virginia, 6401 Auburn Drive, Virginia Beach, VA 23464, Bombing victims or Jewish Family Service of Tide- water, 7300 Newport Avenue, Nor- folk, VA 23505. H.D. Oliver Funeral Home, Laskin Road, was in charge. Morris Kopelove PORTSMOUTH - Morris "Sonny" Kopelove, 87, of the 2400 block of Sterling Point Drive, died March 4, 2003. A native of New York City, he was a member of Temple Sinai. He was a U.S. Army veteran of World War II. He is survived by his wife, Sherwood Schnitzer Kopelove; two sons, Dr. Steven Kopelove of Richmond and Alan Kopelove of Evergreen, Colo.; three stepchil- dren, Dianne Schnitzer of Santa Barbara, Calif., Dr. Brian Schc- nitzer of Billings, Mont., and Mor- ris Schnitzer of Richmond; a brother, Jacob Kopelove of Portsmouth; and seven grandchil- dren. A graveside service was held March 6 t Gomley Chesed Syna- gogue by Rabbi Arthur Z. Stein- berg. Memorial donations may be made to Temple Sinai or the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. Ina J. Kruger NORFOLK - Ina Jacqueline Kruger, 71, died Feb. 28, 2003. She recently celebrated her 50th anniversary with her husband, Theodore, and other loved ones. Mrs. Kruger was a member of Temple Israel and its sisterhood. Mrs. Kruger is survived by her husband, Theodore Kruger; three daughters, Shelley Kruger Weis- CONTINUED FROM PAGE 2 schoolmates were on a school trip to Poland. Only last week his parents had signed forms allowing Daniel to join the regular army upon his enlistment next year. He planned to make it his career. His sister, Ronit, said, "He wanted to take the pilot's course - that was his dream and he would have made it." This sum- mer he was scheduled to take a parachuting course. All he thought about was the army, she said. "He excelled in everything he did," Ronit said, He is survived by his parents, Moni and Tzippi, and three older sisters. Hundreds attended his funeral in Safed's local cemetery. The IDF and Defense Min- istry rejected the family's request that he be buried with full mili- tary honors. A statement issued by the Defense Ministry said that while Harosh studied in a pre- military training school, he was not a soldier. "Defense Minister Shaul Mofaz, in an unprecedent- ed move and due to the special circumstances, instructed that the funeral be carried out with mili- tary symbols," a statement said. IDF officers harshly criticized the decision, saying that in for- mer years twenty students who studied in similar establishments had military funerals. The offi- cers said the students are soldiers like anyone else, they wear uni- forms and are armed with weapons. The Defense Ministry said that in 2000 a decision had been made to refrain from carrying out military funerals for students who attended pre-military schools. berg and her husband, Dr. A. Jef- frey Weisberg, of Williamsbu, Terri Frances Kruger of Falls Church, Va., Dr. Ellen Ruth Kruger of New Orleans, La., as well as her grandchildren, Clay Weisberg of Richmond, Zach Weisberg of Williamsburg, Kelsey and Jonathan Zeitzer of New Orleans, La. She is also sur'ived by her brother, Dr. Maurice David Fisher and his wife, Eugenia, of Manas- sas, Va., and their children, Steven and Sara Fisher; her brothers-in- law, Dr. David Kruger and his wife, Adele, and Dr. Howa4rd Kruger and his wife, Tamra. Mrs. Kruger's nieces and nephews include Robin and Martin Gander- son, Stuart and Chris Kruger, Karen and Steven Ziselman, Sara Kruger, and Evan and Annie Kruger. A graveside service was held March 2 at Forest Lawn Cemetery by Rabbi Michael Panitz and Can- tor Elihu Flax. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the Diabets Institutes, 855 W. Brambleton Ave., Norfolk, VA 23510. OUT OF AREA Sylvia G. Ehrlieh MORRISTOWN, NJ. - Sylvia (nee Gudis), 73, of Morristown, and formerly of Newark, NJ. died Serving Tidewater's Jewish Families since 1865 We offer Professionalism, Dignity and the Expert Knowledge of Orthodox, Conservative and Reform Jewish Funeral Customs. Sunday, March 2, 2003. She was the beloved wife of Nathan Ehrlich for 51 years, devoted mother of Anne Nusbaum, Devorah Rich, Alan and David Ehrlich, loving sister of Sam Gudis and Anne Kramer, and adored grandmother to 11 grandchildren. A funeral was held on March 3, 2003 at Menorah Chapels in Mil- burn, NJ., with interment in Beth Israel Cemetery. Donations in her memory may be sent to Hadassah or Congregation Ahavath Israel, 9 Curler St., Morristown, NJ. Mary Swartz MIAMI BEACH - Mary Swartz, 81, died Jan. 6, 2003. Miss Swartz was a native of Nor- folk. A graveside .service was con- ducted on March 2 at Forest Lawn Cemetery by Rabbi Michael Panitz. He  o,rslm',d on a funeral yeas not wise. tt s ,ay he prearranged his funeral wiuh ,tmeyer hmeral ltome. tie wanted his family' to reminnb him as he was and use the mooe./ for mo impomnt things. Almle. Funeraltlome works wi alt  area  and  llish We consider it a  to servetheJt, comnau J nnem" ses, "' you are rt com#n sslied wi uq dour   tltltes, yu vedl mt be  r aat snt" LkW)J LTM00YER to Ex0000rtoe Sinoe 1917 5792 Greenwich Rd. Virginia Beach, VA 23462 Local mmdm for your otmmm