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August 21, 1987 - Image 82

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-08-21

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AUG. 13 — Sheldon and Julie
(Lovinger) Blair of West
Bloomfield joyfully announce
the birth of their son, Michael
Eric. Michael's loving big
sister is Stephanie Alicia.
Delighted grandparents are
Albert and Betty Blair of Far-
mington Hills, Edward and
Helen Sherman of Kingsville,
Ont., and Jack and Bea Lov-
inger of Oak Park. Proud
great-grandmother is Fannie
Fox Singer of Oak Park.
Michael Eric is named in lov-
ing memory of his paternal
great-grandfather, Morris
Blair, and great-uncle, Ed-
ward Fox.

AUG. 5 — Lee and Debra
Golani (Gonte) of Southfield
are pleased to announce the
birth of their second son,
Bradd Eric, brother to Kevin
Daniel. Proud grandparents
are Nick and Marilyn Gonte
of Southfield and Bonnie and
Harold Goldberg of Farm-
ington Hills. Bradd is named
in loving memory of his pater-
nal grandfather, Hyman
Goldberg.

ed in loving memory of his
maternal great-grandfather,
Edward Feldman.

JULY 28 — William and
Sheryl (Winkler) Isenstein of
West Bloomfield are thrilled
to announce the birth of their
daughter, Dana Michelle. Pro-
ud grandparents are Irene
and Jerome Winkler of West
Bloomfield and Helen and
Ralph Isenstein of 'Ibledo,
Ohio. Happy great-grand-
mother is Ella Siegel of Oak
Park.

JULY 27 — Drs. Mark
Sinkoff and Ruth Lerman are
happy to announce the birth
of their son, Dov Bernard
Lerman-Sinkoff, brother to
Aryeh Chaim. Grandparents
are Saul and Ethel Sinkoff
formerly of Oak Park and
Sam and Lillian Lerman of
Southfield. Dov Bernard is
named in loving memory of
his maternal grandfather,
Bernard Horwitz and pater-
nal great-grandfather, Rabbi
Eliahu Dov Shur.

AUG. 1 — Former Detroiters
Jonathan E. Halberg and
Stacy Halberg (Stacy Silver-
man of San Diego) announce
the birth of a son, Max Asher.
Max's big sister is Gillian.
Grandparents are Maggie
and Sid Silverman of San
Diego and Diane and Joe
Halberg of Lauderdale Lakes,
Fla. Great-grandmother is
Esther Levy of Farmington
Hills. Max is named after his
great-grandfathers, Mark
Levy and Isadore Halberg.

JULY 26 — Gary and Cyd
(Fane) Kellman of West
Bloomfield are delighted to
announce the birth of their
son, Zachary Milton. Happy
grandparents are Morton and
Phyllis Fane of West Bloom-
field and Sandra Kellman-
Kurtz of West Bloomfield.
Proud great-grandparents are
Clara Cogan of Livonia and
Harry Yovis of Southfield.
Zachary Milton is named in
the loving memory of his
paternal grandfather, Dr.
Milton Kellman.

JULY 31 — Gary J. Stein and
Monique Zimmerman-Stein
of New Orleans, La., are
thrilled to announce the birth
of their first child, Ariel
Leonora. Proud grandparents
are Lawrence M. and Beatrice
Stein of Southfield. Ariel is
also the granddaughter of the
late Mr. and Mrs. David M.
Zimmerman. Happy great-
grandparents are Harry and
Mary Stoffer of Oak Park.
Ariel Leonora is named in
loving memory of her mater-
nal grandmother, Lisette
Zimmerman.

JULY 22 — Alan Baum and
Diane Margolis-Baum of
Southfield proudly announce
the adoption of their son,
Michael Julian. Happy
grandparents are Bernard
and Marlene Margolis of
Southfield and Samuel and
Helen Baum of Austin, 'Mx.
Great-grandparents are
Ernestine Schott of
Southfield and Elise Lewis of
Memphis, Tenn. Michael
Julian is named in loving
memory of his maternal
grandfather, Martin Schott.

JULY 29 — Robert and Ellen
(Feldman) Fenkell of West
Bloomfield joyfully announce
the birth of their second son,
Michael Edward, brother to
Joel David. Delighted grand-
parents are Elaine Feldman
of Southfield, Cyril Feldman
of Farmington Hills and Mor-
ris and Sybil Fenkell of Birm-
ingham. Happy great-grand-
mothers are Doris Fishel of
Windsor, Ont., and Ethel
Feldman of Miami Beach,
Fla. Michael Edward is nam-

JULY 19 — Stephen and
Susan (Foreman) Jordan of
Pittsburgh, Pa., announce the
birth of their son, Noah Ross,
brother to Sarah Dyan.
Grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. Paul J. Richman of
Southfield and Mr. and Mrs.
Herman L. Foreman of Pitt-
sburgh. Noah Ross is named
in loving memory of his pater-
nal grandfather, Noah Harry
Jordan, and his maternal
great-grandmother, Rose
Lewin.

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