|Hon. Edward Sosnick||
Tue Sep 26th at 3:45|
CHAPEL AT CLOVER HILL
|Elaine Grace Gilbert||
Sun Sep 24th at 11:00|
IRA KAUFMAN CHAPEL
Sun Sep 24th at 1:00|
GRAVESIDE AT CLOVER HILL PARK
Ronald Bernard Charfoos
Ronald Bernard Charfoos, 88, of Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, died after sunset on 27 August 2023.
The Funeral was held at IRA KAUFMAN CHAPEL on Wednesday, 30 August 2023 at 2:00 PM .
Rabbi Harold Loss, Rabbi Aaron Bergman, and Hazzan Daniel Gross officiated.
Click to watch a video of the recorded service.
Interment at Adat Shalom Memorial Park, 28500 W 6 Mile Road, Livonia MI 48152.
The family of Ronald Bernard Charfoos will be gathering through the evening of Friday, September 01 at the residence, 3717 Lakecrest Drive, Bloomfield Hills MI 48304.
Family and friends will be gathering on Wednesday immediately following the interment, on Thursday from 2:00-5:00 p.m. and 6:30-8:30 p.m., and on Friday from 2:00-5:00 p.m.
Religious services will be held on Wednesday and Thursday at 7:00 p.m.
Ronald Charfoos, of Bloomfield Hills, died peacefully just after sunset on August 27, 2023.
Ron was a builder in every sense of the word. He built homes and communities with his father, Herbie, throughout Metro Detroit, but his real legacy will be the building and strengthening of each of the communities he touched.
He was a devoted and loving husband of 49 years to Lynda Charfoos. He had an endless reservoir of time, compassion, hugs and kisses for his children Aaron (Nichole) Charfoos and Amye (Lou) Goldhaber and grandchildren Isabella, Jack, Oliver, and Penelope Charfoos, and Ray and Stevie Goldhaber.
Ron was the loving brother of Carol (Charles) Tator, dear brother-in-law of the late William Dregalla, devoted son of the late Herbert and the late Henrietta Charfoos. He was a special uncle of Ira (Janet) Tator, Michael (Carinne) Tator, and Julie Tator. He is also survived by his devoted caregiver, Juanita Hickman.
Ron had a deep commitment to the Jewish community through his love of Jewish summer camps and strengthening our partnership region between Detroit and Israel. He also built a vast community of friends that spread far beyond his Detroit roots with his compassion, sense of humor and ability to tell a great story.
It is suggested that those who wish to further honor the memory of Ronald Bernard Charfoos may do so by making a contribution to:
Jewish Federation of Metropolitan DetroitClick to Visit Charity Website
Children's Research FundClick to Visit Charity Website
A Charity of one's choice