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Jacqueline Tarnow could
barely speak. The whole
experience was indescrib-
able, she said. The horror of it all.
Mrs. Tarnow was one of 60
Hospice and JFS workers who
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organized by Hospice of South-
eastern Michigan and the Jew-
ish Family Service, was to help
caregivers understand the com-
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vivors as they near the end of
'We've found from our own ex-
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and frail the losses and depriva-
tions they've had in the past come
back to haunt their final resolu-
tions and color their end,' said
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'Some survivors realize they
have spent most of their lives do-
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'My goal is to help them (nurs-
es and social workers) under-
stand what trauma these
patients have been going
through,' Rabbi Freedman said.
'Then they will be better care-
The majority of those at the
training program were gentile.
Most knew only a little about the
The morning began outside
with a stop at the HMC's Garden
of the Righteous, which honors
those who risked their lives, and
often the lives of their families, to
help Jews. There is a heavy stat-
ue of black, reflecting the mono-
lith of Nazi evil, with a narrow
gold streak representing the
righteous. As the docent spoke of
Raoul Wallenberg, the Swedish
diplomat who issued hundreds of
'passports' to European Jews in
an effort to help them escape, one
woman moved to the side. Her
eyes filled with tears.
Divided into several small
groups, the workers went inside.
About 20 men and women hud-
dled near the front as the docent
began the tour. She told how
Jews were issued numbers be-
cause numbers were easier to
murder. As the group stood qui-
etly, projected black-and-white
drawings of Jews on their way to
the death camps draped, like a
sheer blanket, across their backs.
One of a number of HMC dis-
plays, the moving images feature
a woman with her child and a
young girl, her hand on her
As the group descended down
the dark halls, one woman lin-
gered at a display showing a
death-camp uniform and a yel-
low star worn by Jean Kulmre-
ich of Paris, who died at
Auschwitz in 1942. The star is
still in remarkably good condi-
The Rev. Robert Werenski, be-
reavement case manager for Hos-
pice's North Oakland team, has
visited Yad Vashem and studied
Hebrew at Hebrew Union College
in Cincinnati. He spent a long
time looking at the displays. He
called the tour a good start in
helping those who did not survive
the Holocaust understand the
horror. Even those who knew
nothing of World War II could not
help but feel the weight of histo-
ry, 'the anguish of the spirit and
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