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August 21, 1987 - Image 81

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-08-21

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groom's sister, Iris Angerman
of Mckeesport, Nancy Nagel
of Chicago, Gayle Sachs of
Saginaw, Shelley Milan and
Lisa Raznick. Flower girls
were Jennifer Raznick and
Leah and Rachel Angerman
of Denver.
The bridegroom's father
acted as his best man. The
ushers were the bride's
brothers; Dr. David Rosen of
St. Louis, Dr. Robert Rosen of
Springfield, Mass., Jeff
Mankoff, David Kleiman,
Michael Berkowitz, all of
Dallas, Ron Sollish, Sam
Feldman of Atlanta, Dr. John
Goldberg of Kansas City,
Stewart Cohn of Indianapolis,
and Adam Rosen of
Philadelphia.
Also pai-ticipating were the
bride's grandparents, Jean
and Maury Raznick and
Gladys Stein.
Following a honeymoon in
the Orient, Julie and Michael
are residing in Las Cruces,
New Mexico.

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Terri Beth Marble and
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Hoffman and Cantor Bruce
Wetzler of E. Lansing
officiated.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. James Marble of
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Parents of the bridegroom are
Mr. and Mrs. Norton Fine of
Southfield.
Monica Davilla of Saginaw
was maid of honor.
Bridesmaids were Diana
Levinson of Southfield and
Honnaya Marble, sister of the
bride.
Best man was Frank Shaf-
fer of Southfield. Ushers were
Mike Fox of Fowler, Tom
Miller of Southfield, Mike
Simmons of Ashley and Roger
Marble, brother of the bride.
Flower girl was Sarah Fine,
niece of the bridegroom and
ring bearer was Michael
Jamison, cousin of the bride.
After a dinner at the Park
Inn of Mt. Pleasant the cou-
ple left on a brief honeymoon.
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