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November 16, 1984 - Image 75

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-11-16

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Nov. 11 — Steven and Sheryl
Fellows (Sheryl Dictor) of Bloom-
field Township proudly announce
the birth of their daughter, Emily
Jaclyn, sister to Brooke Lauren.
Proud grandparents are Mrs. Mol-
lie Fellows and Mr. and Mrs.
Marvin (Rita) Dictor.

Nov. 7 — Walter and Elaine
Rosenblum (Elaine Colton) of
Southfield are pleased to an-
nounce the birth of their daugh-
ter, Dana Michelle, sister to Eric
Benjamin. Proud grandparents
are Mr. and Mrs. Andy Colton of
Oak Park, Mrs. Esther K.
Rosenblum of Southfield, Dr. Saul
Rosenblum of Akron, Ohio. Proud
great-grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Kreisman of Oak Park.

Nov. 4 — Mark and Suzanne
(Schussler) Zwiren of Troy are
proud to announce the birth of
their son, Kyle Trevor. Kyle Tre-
vor is named in loving memory of
his maternal great-grandmother
Evelyn Woolman, and his pater-
nal great-aunt Tessie Lynn.
Happy grandparents are Art and
Sheila Schussler of Southfield and
Jack and Molly Zwiren of Queens
Village, N.Y.

Dayna Simon Wilde. Dayna is
named in memory of her grand-
father Mr. David Simon. Grand-
parents are Mrs. David (Dolly)
Simon of Southfield, Mrs. Betty
Wilde of Birmingham and Claude
Wilde of Grosse Pointe.

Oct. 27 — Larry and Andrea
Bohm (Andrea Simon) of South-
field joyfully announce the birth
of their son, Brandon Scott. The
very proud grandparents are Har-
riet and Leon Simon of West
Bloomfield and Rose and Benja-
min Bohm of Southfield. The
proud great-grandfather is Nate
Stein of Oak Park. Brandon Scott
is named in loving memory of his
maternal great-aunt Beverly
Kleinman, his maternal great-
grandmother Sally Stein and pat-
ernal great-uncle Mr. Adolf Fuss.

Sept. 20 — Mr. and Mrs. Lee
Lutz (Susan Pomish) of West
Bloomfield proudly announce the
birth of twins, Melissa Danielle
and Daniel Michael, sister and
brother to Jerod and Scott. Mat-
ernal grandparents are Seymour
Pomish and Diane Pomish. Pat-
ernal grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Lutz. Great-grand-
mothers are Mrs. Esther Pomish
and Mrs. Rose Colman.

Aug. 15 — Former Oak Park
resident Paul Heilbrunn and Mrs.
Heilbrunn of Indianapolis, Ind.,
announce the birth of a daughter,
Rachel Morgan Heilbrunn.
Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.
Werner V. Heilbrunn of Far-
mington Hills and Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Steinmetz of Indianapolis.

Oct. 30 — Fred and Judy Vocino
(Judy Schwartz) of Royal Oak
happily announce the birth of
their son, Daniel Mark. Proud
grandparents are Perry and Ethel
Schwartz of Southfield and Mary
Vocino of Mt. Clemens.

Oct. 29 — Paul and Ellen Fried
(Seidman) of Farmington Hills
proudly announce the birth of
their daughter, Julie Michele.

Oct. 29 — Mitchell and Cathy L.
Merzin (Cathy L. Newman) of
Farmington Hills announce the
birth of their son, Alexander
Matthew. The proud grand-
parents are Joseph and Eleanor
Newman of West Bloomfield.
Alexander Matthew is named in
loving memory of his paternal
great-grandmother, Anna Mer-
zin.

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Nov. 4 — Carlo Jack and Alyssa
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child, a son, Adam Raphael.
Proud grandparents are Dr. and
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Jewish Community Council's Holocaust subcommittee; Dr. Sidney
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