Obituaries: Week of June 9, 2010

Jerome Melvin Frank, died May 30, 2010 at age 94. Beloved widower of the late Simme (nee Segall); cherished father of James (Maxine) and Bruce (Enid Weisberg-Frank) Frank; loving grandfather of Adam and Benjamin Frank; Leonard Frank, Elizabeth (Mark) Hogan, Eve (Micah) Frank Bensky and Leah Frank; dear brother of Mildred (the late Abraham) Franklin; brother-in-law of AnnaBelle (Seymour) Wasser; beloved companion of Rachel Mishlove; fond father-in-law of Marjorie Slavick Frank; lovingly cared for by Emiliano Abad; preceded in death by his parents Louis and Jennie (nee Newman) Frank. Born and raised in Milwaukee, Wisc. Frank completed a degree in Electrical Engineering at the University of Wisconsin in 1938. He was a fellow at the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) and worked many years for Square D Company. Contributions to JNF or Jewish Food Pantry. Goodman-Bensman Whitefish Bay Funeral Home

Erika Agnes Schick Goldburg, died June 1, 2010. Beloved wife of Rabbi Dr. Jay B. Goldburg; dear mother of David Jonathan Goldburg and Devorah Beth Goldburg; dear grandmother of Charlie, Samantha, Robert and Jack Goldburg; dear foster sister of Gordon (Carol Sue) Zacks; dear cousin of Judith (Gary) Farb and the entire Mann family; dear aunt of Dr. Philip (Dr. Ruth Kanfer) Ackerman and David Ackerman; dear great-aunt of Sarah Ackerman; our dear friend. Contributions to the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network, 2141 Rosecrans Avenue, Ste. 7000, Elsegundo, Cal. 90245, Berger Memorial

Marguerite “Margo” Grossmann, died at home at age 96 on May 15, 2010. Beloved mother of Brenda DeLano; sister of Frances Hyman and Art Grossmann; adored grandmother, great-grandmother, aunt, great aunt of children in the U.S. and Israel. Her brother, Joseph Grossmann and son Rick Martinez predeceased her. Donations appreciated to ACLU, 454 Whittier, St. Louis, Mo. 63108, or to a charity of the donor’s choice

Debra Rae Kiske, Ph.D., died May 29, 2010. Beloved wife of Jim Kiske; dear mother of Emily Danielle and Jeffrey Andrew Kiske; dear daughter of Vivian and the late Leon Zvibleman; dear sister of Faye Zvibleman, Alan (Jalie) Zvibleman and Sherri (Gerry) Wieczorek; dear daughter-in-law of Clara and the late John Kiske; dear sister-in-law of Rosemary (Bill) O’Leary, Joe Kiske, Mary (Bill) Herr, Jerry (Kathy) Kiske and the late John Kiske. Our dear niece, aunt, cousin and friend. Contributions to the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure. Berger Memorial

Betty Jean LeMaster (nee Sophir), formerly of St. Louis, died May 26, 2010, in Denver. Born May 8, 1924, in St. Louis, Mo. she graduated from University City High School and Washington University. She married Burt LeMaster on June 18, 1946. An elementary school teacher, LeMaster was active with the National Trust for Historic Preservation and Historic Denver. LeMaster is survived by her husband Burt LeMaster of Denver; children Kathy (Steve) Mikol of Fraser, Colo., and Ron (Dee) LeMaster of Boulder; grandchildren Jake, Alexis and Suzannah; and siblings Corinne Miller, Norma Bontatibus and Charles Sophir. Contributions to the Alzheimer’s Assn., Colorado chapter; or Jewish Family Services – Denver.

Grace Shenberg, died May 23, 2010. Loving mother of Laurel Nowicki and longtime friend Gary Ragle; loving mother of Alan (Joan) Shenberg and Susan (David) Bendawald; loving grandmother of Sunday Lodes, Theresa (Timothy) Von Becker and Cheryl (Mike) Kell; great-grandmother of Connor, Emma, Garrett and Isabella Von Becker and Riley and Lauren Kell; dear sister of the late Irvin (the late Rita) Levy, the late Irene S. (Milton) Kalman, the late Dorothy (the late Harry) Lenga and Stanley (Ruth) Levy; dear aunt, cousin and friend. Shenberg was a volunteer worker – she tutored children in reading and she sewed clothes for dolls given to abused girls and bibs for babies programs.