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IRA KAUFMAN CHAPEL
Wed May 22th at 11:00|
Beth Israel Congregation of Ann Arbor
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IRA KAUFMAN CHAPEL
Milton Lucow, 87, of Sarasota, Florida, died on 28 May 2012.
The funeral was held at IRA KAUFMAN CHAPEL on Friday, 1 June 2012 at 10:00 AM .
Rabbi Norman Roman and Cantorial Soloist Tiffany Green officiated.
Click to watch a video of the recorded service.
Interment at Clover Hill Park Cemetery.
The family of Milton Lucow will be gathering through the evening of Sunday, June 3 at the residence of James & Cindy Stegman, 5343 Deerfield Village Dr., West Bloomfield MI 48322 for friends to call. The phone number is 248-851-7820.
Religious Services will be held at 7:00PM Sunday Evening.
The Family will begin receiving visitors starting at 2PM on Saturday and Sunday.
Family members include:
Beloved husband of Audrey, cherished father of Cindy and James Stegman and Michael and Nancy Lucow; Devoted grandfather of David and Melissa Stegman and Nina Lucow; Uncle of Bruce, Ellen, and Jeremy Zickerman; Loving grandfather of the late Meredith Stegman; Dear brother of the late Shirley Zickerman; Devoted son of the late Dora and Louis Lucow. In addition, he leaves behind many cherished friends.
Milton Lucow, son of Russian immigrants, was born on October 4, 1924. Milt grew up in Detroit beginning to work at age nine in his parents stall at the Eastern Market flicking chickens. While captain of the Central High School football team, he met the love of his life, Audrey Kline. Except for fighting in Europe during World War ll, they were never separated. They married in 1947. Upon returning from Europe, Milt attended his freshman and sophomore years at Wayne State University. After only two years as an undergraduate, he entered law school at Wayne. In 1948, he graduated and was admitted to the Michigan Bar. He was a founding member of Garan, Lucow, Miller P.C. After losing money their first year, the firm became one of the top defense firms in the state of Michigan.
Milton was a founding member of Temple Emanu-El and became its youngest president in 1960. He went on to become president of Tam-O-Shanter Country Club, President of United Hebrew Schools, president of the Detroit Service Group, chairman of the Midrasha College of Jewish Learning, chairman of many divisions of the Detroit Allied Jewish Campaign, and president of Temple Beth Israel on Longboat Key, Florida. In 2000, while Sarasota's Florida Campaign Chair, Milt was selected to serve on the National Board of United Jewish Communities.
It is suggested that those who wish to further honor the memory of Milton Lucow may do so by making a contribution to:
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