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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-02-27

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Southfield and Rose Horwich
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Friday, February 27, 1987

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

(Robinson) Finkel (both for-
merly of West Bloomfield) of
Cooper City, Fla., are thrilled
to announce the birth of their
son, Brian Howard, brother to
Scott. Proud grandmother is
Mrs. Sally Finkel. Brian also is
the grandson of the late Ben
Finkel, the late Hannah
Robinson Spitz and the late
Samuel A. Robinson. Brian is
named in loving memory of his
paternal grandfather and mat-
ernal grandmother.

FEB. 10 — Brian Ashin and
Judith Jerome Ashin of Had-
donfield, N.J., joyfully an-
nounce the birth of their first
son, Benjamin Jerome. The

happy grandparents are Jane
and Jerry Jerome of Birming-
ham and Florence and Iry
Ashin of Oak Park. Benjamin
is named in loving memory of
his paternal great-
grandmother Belle Abels.

FEB. 5 — Stuart and Lisa

(Rosberg) Leve of Oak Park are
thrilled to announce the birth
of their first child, a son,
Zachary Benjamin. Overjoyed
grandparents are Francine
and Louis Rosberg of South-
field and Mimi Lloyd of Tuc-
son, Ariz. Proud great-
grandparents are Jack and
Edith Rosberg of West Palm
Beach, Fla., and Evelyn Rob-
bins of Tucson. Zachary Ben-
jamin was named in loving
memory of his paternal
grandfather, Beryl Leve, and
his maternal great-
grandfather Jack (Toots)
Leemon.

FEB. 3 — Charlene and Daniel
Arm of Brooklyn, N.Y., are
pleased to announce the birth
of their son, Maier Simcha.
Grandparents are Claire and
Rabbi Milton Arm of South-
field and Lorraine and Herbert
Levy of Brooklyn. Great-
grandparents are Fay and
Martin Adolf of West Palm Be-
ach, Fla., and Minnie Levy of
St. Petersburg, Fla.

JAN. 30 — Dr. Lanny and Lisa

(Wasserman) Foster of South-
field joyfully announce the
birth of their first child,
Amanda Brooke. Happy
grandparents are Roz and
Melvin Foster of Farmington
Hills and Harriet and Sidney
Wasserman of Southfield.
Amanda Brooke is named in
loving memory of her paternal
grandmother Harriet Gusow
and maternal grandfather Ab-
raham Elman.
JAN. 19 — Stanford and Roz
(Komisar) Blanck joyfully an-
nounce the birth of their son,
Adam Noah, brother to Lisa
Michelle. Proud grandparents
are Lorraine and Martin
Blanck and Sadie and Abe
Komisar. Thrilled great-
grandmother is Anna
Komisar. Adam Noah's name
honors the memory of his mat-
ernal great-grandfather, Ab-
raham Price, and paternal
great-grandfather, Nathan
Blanck.
DEC. 7 — Dr. Robert and
Wendy (Eichen) Plasko of
Northridge, Calif., formerly of
Southfield, proudly announce
the birth of their first child,
Marissa Pearl. Happy
grandparents are: Joe Plasko
of North Palm Beach, Fla., and
Seymour and Evelyn Eichen of
Allentown, Pa. Marissa Pearl
is named in loving memory of
her paternal great-
grandfather Maurice Shwitzer
and paternal grandmother
Phyllis Plasko.

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