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March 10, 1989 - Image 90

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The Evolution of a Faith
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MARCH 4 — Kirk and
Shelly (Klein) Parkhust of
Kalamazoo are pleased to an-
nounce the birth of their son,
Elliot Milton. The proud
grandparents are Goldie
Klein, formerly of Oak Park,
and Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Parkhurst of Kalamazoo.
Elliot Milton is named in lov-
ing memory of his maternal
grandfather, Milton Klein.

MARCH 2 — Bruce and
Susan (Wise) Sitron of West
Bloomfield are delighted to
announce the birth of their
first child, a daughter, Hayley
Sydney. Hayley is named in
loving memory of her pater-
nal grandfather, Harold
Sitron, and her maternal
grandfather, Sidney Wise.
Ecstatic grandmothers are
Mildred Wise and Ruth
Sitron, both of Southfield.

FEB. 27 — David and Grace
(Levett) Laverdiere of Royal
Oak joyfully announce the
birth of their son, Zachary
David. Delighted grand-
parents are Roy and Marilyn
(Penny) Levett of South-
field and Dave and Bea Laver-
diere of Canadian Lakes,
Mich. Zachary is named in
loving memory of his mater-
nal great-great-grandfather,
William Levett, and his
paternal great-grandmother,
Mary Warne.

FEB. 24 — Irving and Pamela
(Weiss) Elken of Southfield
are happy to announce the
birth of their daughter,
Lauren Elyse, sister to Brett
Michael and Lindsey Nicole.
Proud grandparents are Milt
and Jean Weiss and Morris
and Rita Elken, all of Oak
Park. Happy great-grand-
mother is Hanna Hess of Oak
Park. Lauren is named in lov-
ing memory of her maternal
great-aunt, Ester Sandler,
and paternal great-aunt,
Clara Licht.

FEB. 23 — Bruce and Lisa
(Simon) Gooel of West Bloom-
field are thrilled to announce
the birth of their daughter,
Stephanie Ashley, sister to
Lauren Brooke. The proud
grandparents are Jo and Ed-
ward Simon of Birmingham
and Elaine and Myron Kauf-
man of West Bloomfield.
Joyous • great-grandparents
are Anna Nager of Southfield
and Alma and Bert Gooel of
Detroit. Stephanie Ashley is
named in loving memory of
her paternal great-grand-
mother, Sara Kolodin.

FEB. 21 — Mark and Linda
(Jacob) Stein of Bloomfield
Hills joyfully announce the
birth of their daughter, Lia
Adele. Proud grandparents

are Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Jacob of St. Clair and Morton
Stein and Marie Stein, both of
Southfield. Lia Adele is nam-
ed in loving memory of her
maternal great-grandmother,
Adele Jacob.

FEB. 21 — Martha and
Steven Michlin of Ann Arbor
are proud to announce the
birth of their daughter,
Esther Zipporah Michlin.
Happy grandparents are
Henry and Muriel Schleider
of West Bloomfield and Ar-
nold and Florence Michlin of
Farmington Hills.

FEB. 20 — Lori (Brode) and
Larry Garon of Franklin
joyfully announce the birth of
their son, Bradley Michael,
brother to Andrew Charles.
Proud grandparents are Dee
and Seymour Brode and Ber-
nice Garon and Fred Garon.
Bradley is named in loving
memory of his paternal
great-grandfathers, Max
Tauber and Mac Goldman.

FEB. 15 — Michelle Baum-
Galper and Mickey Galper of
Deerfield Beach, Fla., joyful-
ly announce the birth of their
son, Jacob Ryan. Excited
grandparents are former
Detroiters Phil and Lorraine
Baum of Pompano Beach,
Fla., and Sol and Estelle
Galper • of Tamarac, Fla.
Thrilled great-grandmothers
are Ann Chudler of Royal
Oak, Norma Galper of
Southfield and Sadye Sher-
man of Oak Park. Jacob Ryan
is proudly named in loving
memory of his paternal
great-grandfather, Jonas
'Ibrgow, and maternal great-
great-aunt, Rose Judith
Venitsky.

FEB. 13 — Paul and Nancy
(Frumkin) Hamburger of
Potomac, Md., are pleased to
announce the birth of their
son, Joshua Ethan, brother to
Benjamin Harris. Proud
grandparents are Joel and
Hilda Hamburger of West
Bloomfield and Jerry and
Barbara Frumkin of
Bethesda, Md. Happy great-
grandparents are Morris
Fishman of West Bloomfield
and Bernard and Nancy
Locker of Silver Spring, Md.
Joshua Ethan is named for
his paternal grandmother,
Ethel Fishman.

FEB. 12 — Dr. Richard and
Carol (Chernetz) Hacker of
Quincy, Mass., are proud to
announce the birth of their
first child, Samantha Drew.
Samantha (Shana Yael) is
named for her beloved mater-
nal grandfather, 'Yale
Chernetz, and maternal
great-grandmother, Shana.

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