In an effort to protect our families from the Coronavirus (COVID-19), we join with other Jewish funeral homes and follow the directives of health professionals and the Michigan Board of Rabbis. Services will be limited in size and currently are held only at gravesite. However, most services are broadcasted and may be viewed live and are recorded on our website. We will continue to provide professional, dignified and compassionate service. Our highest priority is the health, safety, and comfort of our families. Thank you for your understanding.
Eleanor Shapiro, a resident of Southfield, Michigan, died on June 26th, 2020 at the age of 101. Funeral services arranged by The Dorfman Chapel.
- Location of Service:
- Private Graveside Services
- Date of Service:
- Tuesday June 30th, 2020
- Time of Service:
- 12:00 PM
- Interment at:
- Adat Shalom Memorial Park Cemetery, 28500 6 Mile Rd, Livonia, Michigan
See the cemetery location map
- Rabbi Marla Hornsten
- Shiva Information:
- Due to the coronavirus pandemic, no formal shiva will be held.
- Charitable contributions:
- City of Hope
1500 East Duarte Road
Duarte, CA 91010
A charity of one's choice
- Family Members:
- Eleanor Shapiro, 101, of Southfield, MI passed away June 26, 2020.
She was born on May 9, 1919, the daughter of Joseph and Ida Gluchowsky. She was the loving sister of Lillian Lebeaux, and Pearl Jaffee. She married Herman Shapiro in 1942, and was married for 73 years until his death.
She is survived by her sons and daughters-in-law, Robert and Niki Shapiro and Marty and Elaine Shapiro. She is also survived by loving grandchildren: Brian and Amy Shapiro, Dana and David Serlin, Corey and Samantha Shapiro, Eric and Robyn Shapiro, and Michael Shapiro(Alyssa Morris). Great grandchildren, Jordyn and Jonah, Lucy and Olivia, Dylan and Zachery, Selma and Johnny. She will also be missed by her sister-in-law, Lenore Shapiro, nieces and nephews and loving friends and caretakers.
Mrs. Shapiro loved her work for The City of Hope, and fund-raised for them by dancing at various conventions. She enjoyed writing songs and poems for every occasion. She was well known for her amazing sense of humor and positive attitude. If you wish to honor her memory, she would appreciate a donation to The City of Hope Cancer Research Hospital or a charity of your choice.
- Email Condolences:
- If you would like you can send a condolence message via email to the family
- View the broadcast of the service:
- A video recording of the service is available. View the service.
- Yahrzeit Schedule:
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