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MARCH 10 — Drs. Jeffrey
and Sheri Devries (Traison)
of West Bloomfield are thril-
led to announce the birth of
their son, Daniel Joseph.
Proud grandparents are
Robert and Helen Devries of
Oak Park and Larry and
Barbara Traison of Bloom-
field Hills. Ecstatic great-
grandmothers are Ruth
Traison of Oak Park and
Ruby Springel of Southfield.
Daniel Joseph is named in
loving memory of his mater-
nal step-great-grandfather,
Joseph Springel.
MARCH 10 — Michael Be-
llet, Joanne Blau Bellet and
big sister Ashley, proudly
announce the birth of Jordyn
Elizabeth. Thrilled
grandparents are David and
Jean Blau of West Bloomfield
and Louis and Jeanne Bellet
of Philadelphia, Pa. Jordyn is
named after her paternal
great-grandmother, Jennie
Bellet.
MARCH 9 — Dr. and Mrs.
Martin L. Gross (Suzanne
Horwitz) of Farmington Hills
joyfully announce the birth of
their daughter, Molly Rachel,
sister to Ian Lawrence. Proud
grandparents are Dr. and
Mrs. Jerome P. Horwitz of
Southfield and Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Gross of Oak Park.
Proud great-grandfather is
Joseph Newman of Oak Park.
Molly Rachel is named in lov-
ing memory of her maternal
great-grandmother, Minnie
Newman and her maternal
great-great-aunt, Rose Cohen.
MARCH 8 — Dr. and Mrs.
Philip Kresch (Sharon Stone)
of Southfield, along with
their sons Adam Michael and
Jeffrey Ross, are extremely
delighted to announce the
birth of Kevin Scott. Happy
grandparents are Helen and
Joseph Kresch, Bernice Stone
and Seymour Stone.
MARCH 7 — Dr. Robert and
Beth Borson (Danto) of -West
Bloomfield joyfully announce
the birth of their son Joshua
Matthew, brother to Lauren
and Adam. Proud
grandparents are Ruth and
Charles J. Danto of Bloom-
field Hills and Fran and Dr.
Fred Borson of Southfield.
Joshua is named in loving
memory of his maternal
great-grandfather, Julius L.
Danto, and paternal great-
grandmother, Molly Lipman.

MARCO 5 — David and
Lora (Last) Miller are very
happy to announce the birth
of their son, Yale Adam, sis-
ter to Shaye Deann: Proud
grandparents are Marcus and
Paula Last of Wolverine Lake
and Elayne (Miller) Berns-
tein of Livonia. Great-
grandparentS are Hy and Lee
Towbin of Southfield. Yale is
named in loving memory of
his paternal grandfather,
Yale Miller.

MARCH 2 — Leslie and

Helaine (Posen) Mandell of
Oak Park are elated to an-
nounce the birth of their son,
Lee Ryan. Proud
grandparents are Maurice
and Paula Posen, former De-
troiters of Sun Rise, Fla. and
Eddie and Bea Mandell of
Southfield. Lee is named in
loving memory of his mater-
nal grandmother, Lottie, and
great-grandfather, Robert.
FEB. 27 — Daniel and
Juliette (Landesman) Sim-
kovitz of Brookline, Mass.,
happily announce the birth of
their son, David Nathaniel.
Proud grandparents are Elsie
and Wilbert Simkovitz of Oak
Park and Henrietta Landes-
man of Braintree, Mass.
Proud great-grandmother is
Hanna Hess of Oak Park.
David is named in loving
memory of his paternal
great-grandfather, David
Simkovitz and materal
great-grandfather, Nathan
Landesman.
FEB. 18 — Alan and Sharyl
(Taub) Ackerman of Hun-
tington Woods are thrilled to
announce the birth of their
first child, a daughter, Elana
Rachel. The first-time
grandparents are Faige and
Irving Ackerman of Pompano
Beach, Fla. and Paula and
Harold Taub of Windsor, Ont.
Proud great-grandmother is
Gertrude Levine of South-
field. Elana Rachel is named
in loving memory of her mat-
ernal great-great-
grandmother, Ella Goodman
and her paternal great-
grandmother Rachel
Goldberg and Rebecca Ac-
kerman.
FEB. 12 — Jeffrey and
Laura (Henry) Flack of
Ferndale announce the birth
of their son, Joshua David.
Happy grandparents are
Jerry and Marilyn Flack of
Southfield, and Debra Nicely
of Tampa, Fla. Happy great-
grandparents are Esther
Cooper of Oak Park and
North Miami, Fla. and Shir-
ley and Edward Steele of
Tampa, Fla. Excited great-
great-grandparents are Grace
Steele of Tampa and Ethel
Lowe of Indianapolis, Ind.
Joshua David is named in
memory of paternal great-
grandfather David Feder.
FEB. 5 — David and Cindy
(Bloom) Romand of Monsey,
N.Y., are overjoyed to an-
nounce the birth of their son,
Moshe Abba, brother to
Shlomo Meyer. Thrilled
grandparents are Mitch and
Hilda Bloom of Southfield
and Sonia Romand of Los
Angeles. Moshe Abba is
named in loving memory of
his paternal great-great-
uncle, Moshe Kalan Wexler,
and his maternal great-
grandfather, Abe Chodak. In
addition, he is named in
memory of and in tribute to

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