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November 06, 1987 - Image 99

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-11-06

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OCT. 29 — Alexander R. and
Diana Kovnat (Diana Rothen-
berg) happily announce the
birth of a son, Brandon
William, brother to Michael
Eric. Thrilled grandparents
are Irving and Roseanne Kov-
nat of Glencoe, Ill., and Mrs.
Sylvia Rothenberg of Detroit.
Brandon William is named in
memory of his paternal
grandmother, Tania Bessie
Druian Kovnat, and his
maternal great-uncle Bill.
Great-grandmother is Mrs.
Esther Rubin of Chicago.

OCT. 22 — Randy and Char-
na (Bloom) Segal of West
Bloomfield are thrilled to an-
nounce the birth of their
daughter, Jennifer Stacy,
sister to Amanda Michelle.
Delighted grandparents are
Faye Bloom of West Bloom-
field and Irving and Lorraine
Segal of Southfield. Jennifer
Stacy is named in loving
memory of her paternal
great-grandfathers, Meyer
Levin and Harry Sam Segal.

OCT.21 — Dr. Robert and
Miriam Palmer of Cleveland,
Ohio, delightfully announce
the birth of their second son,
Alexander Samuel, brother to
Adam Daniel. Proud grand-
parents are George and
Rozelle Brooks of Ann Arbor
and Henrietta Palmer of
Southfield.

OCT. 13 — Donald and Mimi
(Greenberg) Marton of Farm-
ington Hills are proud to an-
nounce the birth of their third
son, Benjamin Seth, brother
to Joshua Michael and Adam
Ryan. Proud grandparents
are Sheldon and Elaine
Greenberg of Farmington
Hills and Pearl Marton of
Southfield. Benjamin also is
the grandson of the late Ben-
jamin Marton. Proud great-
grandparents are Evelyn
Greenberg of Southfield and
Max and Ann Horn of Min-
neapolis, Minn. Benjamin is
named in loving memory of
his paternal grandfather,
Benjamin Marton, and his
maternal great-great-grand-
mother, Sadie Sandler.

OCT. 11 — Bruce and
Rochelle (Rosman) Wiener of
Potomac, Md., joyfully an-
nounce the birth of their son,
Daniel Baruch. Proud grand-
parents are Jerome and Janet
Rosman of Southfield and Ir-
ving and Kathleen Wiener of
West Bloomfield. Ecstatic
great-grandparents are Sara
Lipschutz, Sigmond and
Edith Rosman, Louis and
Rose Wiener and Harry and
Julia Levett. Daniel Baruch
is named in loving memory of
his maternal great-grand-
father, Michael Lipschutz.

OCT. 9 — Former Detroiter
Lawrence (Eli) Freedman and
Penina Hoffnung of White
Plains, N.Y. ecstatically an-
nounce the birth of their son,
Shai. Thrilled grandparents
are Max and Jeanette Freed-
man of Mexico City, Mexico,
and Norman and Harriet
Hoffnung of New York. Shai
is named in loving memory of
his paternal grandmother,
Sandra Freedman.

SEPT. 30 — Donald and
Karen Roberts (Stoorman) of
Southfield joyfully announce
the birth of their daughter,
Lisa Nicole. Proud grand-
parents are Barbara Roberts
of Lake Orion and Herbert
and Selma Stoorman of Scott-
sdale, Ariz. Delighted great-
grandarents are Wilmouth
Curtis and Carleen Roberts of
Centerline and Nathan Metz
of West Bloomfield.

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