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October 28, 1988 - Image 115

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-10-28

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I WEDDINGS 1

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Stoloff



Stoloff-Kraus
Brenda Jill Kraus and Paul
the bride; and Betty Stoloff,
Howard Stoloff were recently
sister-in-law of the bride-
married at The Links at
groom. The best man was
Pinewood. Rabbi M. Robert
Neil Stoloff, brother of the
Syme and Cantor Harold Or-
bridegroom. The ushers were
Robert Stoloff, brother of the
bach officiated.
The bride is the daughter of
bridegroom; David Kraus
brother of the bride; Eric
Geraldine Kraus of
Southfield and the late Dr.
Freedman and Jeffrey
Edmond M. Kraus. Parents of
Schwartz, brothers-in-law of
the bridegroom are Ethel and
the bride.
Also participating in the
Marvin Stoloff of Bloomfield
ceremony were the bride's
lbwnship.
grandparents, Esther and
The maid of honor was
Morton Kaplan of Oak Park.
Karen Kraus, sister of the
Following a Carribean
bride. Bridesmaids were
cruise homeymoon, the cou-
Marian Freedman and
ple will reside in Auburn
Kathie Schwartz, sisters of
Hills.

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The best man was Gary
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brother. Ushers were Michael
Harold Loss and Cantor
Friedman, Larry Barsi, David
Harold Orbach officiated.
Kraft, Marc Schechter and
The bride is the daughter of
Jeff Galper. Also participaing
Raymond and Adele Galper of
in the ceremony were the
Farmington Hills. The
bride's grandmothers, Anne
bridegroom is a native of
Chicago and is the son of
Jacoby and Norma Galper
and the bridegroom's grand-
Marvin and Rita Fullett of
mother, Jeane Fleischer.
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Following a honeymoon in
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