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August 15, 1986 - Image 69

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Stuart and Loree Zeller

Zeller-Lieberman

Loree Kay Lieberman and
Stuart Jacob Zeller, both of
Panorama City, Calif., were
married recently at Cong. Beth
Shalom. Rabbi David Nelson
and Cantor Samuel Green-
baum of Cong. Beth Shalom of-
ficiated at the ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Lieber-
man of Oak Park. Parents of
the bridegroom are Mr. and
Mrs. Maurice Zeller of Los
Angeles, Calif.
Judy Sussman was the mat-
ron of honor and Bonnie
Liberman was the maid of
honor. The best man was
Richard Zeller and Sanford
Lieberman was an usher. The
flower girls were Lara
Sussman, Erin Sussman and
Stephanie Nisson. Aaron
Selonki was the ring bearer.

The bride's grandmother, Lena
Lieberman, was escorted down
the aisle by her grandson, Dr.
Sanford Rautbort.
The out-of-towners included
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Zeller,
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Zeller,
Mrs. Ted Nissan, Shannon
Nissan, Stephanie Nissan,
Michael Nissan, Mrs. Hal Rut-
tenberg, Brooke Ruttenberg
and Rachael Ruttenberg, Bon-
nie Lieberman, Robert
Glucksman and Herbert
Rosenberg, all of California.
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Bronzwaig of Mexico City, Ann
Parsky of Florida and Joanne
Early of Arizona, Bess Jaffe,
Dr. and Mrs. Martin Jaffe and
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