Milton H. Dresner |

Milton H. Dresner

October 13, 1925 - July 20, 2016

Milton Dresner was born in Syracuse New York, the son of Sadie and Hyman Dresner. He is predeceased by his seven siblings, David Dresner, Albert Dresner, Jack Brimberg, Morris Dresner, Sol Dresner, Joseph Dresner and Betty Cohen. Mr. Dresner is survived by his daughters Maryann Dresner of San Francisco, Jane Dresner Sadaka of New York City, his son Robert Dresner of West Bloomfield, Michigan, his son-in-law Ned Sadaka, his daughter-in-law Susan Dresner, and his grandchildren Lawrence Sadaka (Kira), Adam Sadaka, Charles Sadaka, Eric Dresner, and Katy Dresner.

Mr. Dresner attended Central High School and Wayne State University in Detroit. During World War II, he served in the United States Navy aboard a destroyer in the Philippine Islands.

Mr. Dresner returned to Detroit after the war and founded the Highland Companies with his twin brother, Joseph. He was active in the development of single family and multi family housing projects and commercial real estate throughout the United States. He was an active horseman, swimmer, and skier. Funeral services are in Detroit on Sunday, June 24th. Contributions may be made in his memory to the Dresner Family Fund at Karmanos Hospital in Detroit or to the Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County, FL.

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