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October 27, 1989 - Image 114

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-10-27

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BIRTHS 1

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OCT. 2 — Steven and Judy
(Goode) Zacher of Fort Wayne,
Ind., joyfully announce the
birth of their son, Adam
Daniel. Proud grandparents
are Florence and Conrad
Goode of Bloomfield Hills and
Hannah and Alfred Zacher of
Fort Wayne. Happy great-
grandparents are Ida and
Isadore Goode of Southfield
and Bernice Tukel of Lauder-
dale Lakes, Fla. Adam Daniel
(Lev Avraham) is named in
loving memory of his grand-
mother, Lois Goode, and
his great-grandfather, Abra-
ham Tukel.

Schoenberger of Southfield.
Excited great-grandparents
are Maurice Sell of West
Bloomfield and Hilde
Schwarz of New york City.
Lindsey Rose is named in lov-
ing memory of her maternal
great-grandmother, Rose Sell.

OCT. 2 — Dr. David and Kim
Ziegelman of Charlotte, Vt.,
joyfully announce the birth of
their daughter, Lauren
Rebecca. Happy grandparents
are Norman and Monica
Ziegelman of Bloomfield Hills
and Dr. Charles and Mildred
Mootz of North Hampton,
N.H. Proud great-grand-
mothers are Mrs. Annabelle
Benton of Southfield and Mrs.
Betty Zweig of Toronto, Ont.
Lauren Rebecca is named in
loving memory of her pater-
nal great-grandfathers, Mor-
ris Leon Zweig and Louis
Benton.

AUG. 6 — Mark and Linda

(Stein) Weisberg of Seattle,
Wash., are delighted to an-
nounce the birth of their first
child, Peter Benjamin (Pesach
Beryl). Proud grandparents
are Bernard and Helen
Weisberg of Franklin and Vic-
toriana Stein Milton of Seat-
tle. Delighted great-gran-
mother is Clara Weisberg of
West Bloomfield. Peter Ben-
jamin is named in loving
memory of his paternal
great-grandfather, Peter
Weisberg, and his maternal
grandfather, Bernard Stein.

Howard and
SEPT. 13
Helene (Merin) Stocker of St.
Louis, Mo., are thrilled to an-
nounce the birth of their first
child, Matthew Garrett. Ex-
cited grandparents are
Joseph and Elsie Merin of
Southfield and Merle and
Barbara Stocker of St. Louis.
Delighted great-grandmother
is Selma Harold of Southfield.
Matthew Garrett is named in
loving memory of his mater-
nal great uncle Moritz Merin
and his paternal great-grand-
father George Stocker.



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Lawrence and
SEPT.
Anita (Lofman) Stollman of
Southfield are thrilled to an-
nounce the birth of their
daughter, Carley Faith. Proud
big brothers are Seth Charles
and Mathew Aric. Proud
grandparents are Louis and
Zelda Lofman and Hyman
and Barbara Stollman, all of
Farmington Hills. Excited
great-grandparents are Mor-
ris and Esther Richman of
Oak Park. Carley is named in
loving memory of her mater-
nal great aunt, Carol Kauf-
man, and her paternal great-
great aunt, Frieda Stollman.



SEPT. 7 — Alvin and Susan

(Randolph) Schoenberger of
West Bloomfield are happy to
announce the birth of their
dauther, Lindsey Rose.
Delighted grandparents are
Janet Randolph and Charles
Randolph of Farmington Hills
and Lola and Igor

JULY 29

Larry and Susie
Mondry of West Bloomfield
are delighted to announce the
birth of their son, Drew Alex.
Proud grandparents are Betty
and Donald Klein of Pitt-
sburgh, Penn., and Bea and
Leon Mondry of West Bloom-
field. Proud great-grand-
mother is Edith Cohen of
Pittsburgh. Drew Alex is
named in loving memory of
his maternal great-grand-
father, Arthur Keller, and
paternal great-grandmother,
Anne Klein. Drew has been
given the Hebrew name Avi
Melech in memory of his
paternal great-aunt, Sarah
Leeah Mondry.



—I LOCAL NEWS I'm"

Federation Makes
Staff Appointments

The Jewish Welfare Federa-
tion has made several staff
changes.
Norma Silver, director of
the Jewish Information Ser-
vice, has been named senior
consultant to the Planning
Department of Federation.
Previously director of federa-
tion's Neighborhood Project,
she is succeeded by Rhoda
Raderman, who was assistant
executive director of the
Jewish Vocational Service
and Community Workshop
since 1981.
Carla Mintz-Newman has
been hired as a staff associate
in Federation's Planning
Department. For three-and-a-
half years, she has been assis-
tant director of the Anti-
Defamation League.
Ken Bernard has been pro-
moted to the position of
microsystems manager.
Howard Salter has been
hired as communications
associate.

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