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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-09-27

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Friday, September 27, 1985 THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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AUG. 30 — Stuart and Karen
Garson of Southfield announce
the birth of their daughter, Gil-
lian Ann, sister to Allison
Sarah. Grandparents are Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Garson of
Franklin and Dr. and Mrs.
William Barone of Pontiac. Gil-
lian Ann is named in memory of
her great-grandfather Mr. God-
frey August Garson.
AUG. 28 — Mark and Lori
Rosenfeld (Hartz) of West
Bloomfield are happy to an-
nounce the birth of their son,
Jeffrey Aron. Excited
grandparents are Richard and
Roberta Hartz and Margie
Rosenfeld Burdowski, all of
West Bloomfield. Proud great-
grandparents are Murray and
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SEPT. 13 — Jill (Goldman) and
Gary Katz (formerly of Detroit)
of Eugene, Ore., happily an-
nounce the birth of their daugh-
ter, Emma Lili, sister to Anna
and Masha. Proud grandparenta
are Dr. and Mrs. Ben Katz of
Detroit and Dr. and Mrs. Robert
Goldman of Portland, Ore.
Proud great-grandmother is
Anne Jacobs of Portland, Ore.
SEPT. 8 — Alan and Arlene
(Backalar) Gildenberg, former
Detroiters of Buffalo Grove, Ill.,
joyfully announce the birth of
their daughter, Elyse Lauren.
Proud grandparents are Jack
and Edde Backalar and David
and Vivian Gildenberg, all of
Southfield. Great-grandparents
are Yetta Denenfeld, Bessie
Friedman and Sam and Ida
Kline. Elyse is named in loving
memory of her great-
grandfather Mr. Ernest Denen-
feld and great-grandmother
Lena Kline.
AUG. 31 — Dick and Debbie
Shafran (Platt) of Southfield are
rejoicing in the birth of their
daughter, Megan Brooke. Thril-
led grandmother is Joan Shaf-
ran. Megan Brooke is named in
loving memory of her paternal
grandfather Mr. Milton Shafran
and her maternal grandmother
Ileane Platt.

SEPT. 18 — Mr. and Mrs.
Richard. Grossman (Jody
Superstine) of Farmington Hills
are happy to announce the birth
of their daughter, Alyse
Michele, sister to Rachel
Lauren. Proud grandparents are
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Grossman
of Southfield and Dr. and Mra.
Milton Superstine of Birming-
ham. Proud great-grandmother
is Mrs. Laura Grossman of Oak
Park. Alyse Michele is named in
loving memory of her paternal
great-grandfather Mr. Harry
Nedelman.
SEPT. 17 — Gary and Judy
Share Saretsky of Birmingham
proudly announce the birth of
their son, Matthew Share
Saretsky. The delighted
grandparents are Nat and Ruth
Share of Birmingham and
Shreda and Ted Saretsky of Oak
Park. Matthew Share is named
in loving memory of his mater-

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frey Aron is named in loving
memory of his paternal
grandfather Mr. Leo Rosenfeld
and his maternal great-
grandmother Ann Light.
AUG. 23 — Steven and Marilyn
(Zaks) West of Southfield pro-
udly announce the birth of their
son, Kenneth Irving. Happy
grandparents are Sylvia Zaks of
Oak Park, Leslie West of South-
field and Madeline Fairbank of
Farmington Hills. Kenneth Irv-
ing is named in loving memory
of his maternal great-
grandmother Kate Radine and
his maternal grandfather Mr.
Irving Zaks.
AUG. 21 — Dani and Barbara
Mizrav (former Detroiter Bar-
bara Medwed) of Moshav Mei-
Ami, Israel, joyfully announce
the birth of their son, Etai Re-
uven, brother to Adi. Proud
grandparents are Joe Medwed of
Farminton Hills and Mary Ab-
rams of Arlington, Va. Super
proud great-grandparents are
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Medwed of
Oak Park.
AUG. 14 —' Ida and Barry
Fishel (Shlomper) of Oak Park
announce the birth of a son,
Steven Mark, brother to Scott
Aaron and Brian Jeffrey.
Grandparents are Rose and
Harry Shlomper of Oak Park
and Freida Fishel of Southfield.
Steven Mark is named in mem-
ory of his uncle Mr. Selig Sztam
and his great-great-grandfather
Mr. Mordechai Telchyn.



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