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August 07, 1987 - Image 71

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-08-07

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Edythe Awerbuch.
The bride's aunt, Barbara
Simms, was the maid of
honor. Bridesmaids were the
bride's sister, Cherie Zahler,
the bridegroom's sister,
Alison Awerbuch; and Shelli
Beron, Arlene Mighion and
Jennifer Calin.
Dr. Martin Brown was the
best man. Ushers included
Alan Havis, Steven Canner,
Dr. Bernard Kole, Dr. Howard

Goldfaden and Robert
Manela. Derek and Anthony
Zahler were junior ushers.
Also participating in the
ceremony were grandmothers
Adele Simms and Yetta
Schrebnick. The bride's
cousin, Erika Simms, was the
flower girl.
After a honeymoon in
Washington and British Col-
umbia, the couple is residing
in Tucson, Ariz.

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Sheri Lynn Silber and Dr.
David Mark Whiteman were
married recently at Temple
Beth El. Rabbi Dannel
Schwartz, Rabbi M. Robert
Syme and Cantor Harold Or-
bach officiated.
Parents of the bride are
Debbie and Dennis Silber of
West Bloomfield. Parents of
the bridegroom are Harriet
and Milton Whiteman of
Windsor, Ont.
Jodi Silber was her sister's
maid of honor. The
bridesmaids were the
bridegroom's sister, Amy
Whiteman of Toronto, Leslie
Ruby, Sheri Czeizler and
Elana Samson.
The best man was the
bride's brother, Tony Silber.
The ushers were Jay Katz of
Toronto, Danny Orman of
Windsor, Ari Freed of Wind-
sor and Michael Shafron of
Toronto. -
Also participating in the
ceremony were the bride's
grandparents, Morey and
Millie Charmer and Fred and
Clara Silber, and the
bridegroom's grandmother,
Kate Whiteman of Windsor.
Following a honeymoon in
Hawaii, the couple is residing

in Vancouver, B.C., where Dr.
Whiteman will continue his
residency in plastic surgery
and the bride will continue
her law studies.

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by The Jewish News by
noon Friday for the
following week's edition.
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Debbie and Michael Balkin
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tour of Israel by the 1987
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