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January 12, 1990 - Image 108

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-01-12

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JAN. 4 — Dr. Allan and Geri
Weiss (former Detroiters) of
Laguna Hills, Calif., proudly
announce the birth of their
second daughter, Sarah Joy,
who is welcomed with lots of
love by brother, Max David,
and sister, Katy Michelle.
Beaming grandparents, Ruth
and Harold Weiss of Oak
Park, were so thrilled; Sarah
Joy arrived on Grandma
Ruth's birthday. Grand-
mother Alice Needle resides
in Mayfield Heights, Ohio.
Very proud aunt is Fran
Susan Weiss of Southfield.

DEC. 27 — Philippe and Julia
(Greenblatt) Bitton of Oak
Park are pleased to announce
the birth of their daughter,
Sarah-Peninah. Proud grand-
parents are Jeannette Bitton
of Paris, France, and Sam and
Helen Greenblatt of South-
field. Sarah-Peninah is nam-
ed in blessed memory of her
maternal great-grandmother,
Shirley Pollack, and her
maternal aunt, Paula
Greenblatt.

DEC. 26 — Terry and Sue
(Malkoff) Berlin are thrilled
to announce the birth of their
son, Scott Adam. Proud
grandparents are Joy Malkoff
of Youngstown, Ohio, and Leo
and Estelle Berlin of West
Bloomfield. Scott Adam is
named in loving memory of
his grandfather, Stanley A.
Malkoff.

DEC. 25 — Laurence Jacobs
and Jan Adler-Jacobs of
Southfield proudly announce
the birth of their son, Marc
David. The pleased grand-
parents include Charles and
Myra Adler, Marvin and Elsie
Jacobs, and Irving and Irene
Panush. Marc David is nam-
ed in loving memory of his
paternal great-grandfather,
Martin Siegel, and his mater-
nal uncle, David Adler.

DEC. 23 — Shirah Michelle
Farber is thrilled to announce
the birth of her sister, Alaina
Jacklyn. Proud parents are
Stuart and Mimiam
(Neuman) Farber of Farm-
ington Hills. Delighted
grandparents are Sidney and
Rose Neuman and Leonard
and Dolores Farber of West
Bloomfield. Happy great-
grandmothers are Sonia Rez-
nik of Southfield and Helen
Neuman of Chicago. Alaina
Jacklyn is named in loving
memory of her great-grand-
father, Avrum Neuman, and
her great-uncle, Joseph
Fineman.

DEC. 18 — Cantor Roger and
Audrey (Karafin) Weisberg of
Buffalo Grove, Ill., are happy
to welcome the arrival of

their third child, Jonathan
Peter, brother to Joshua
Lawrence and Heather Ilana.
The delighted grandparents
are Harvey and Lucille
Weisberg of Birmingham and
Daniel and Rose Luciano of
Ft. Myers, Fla.

DEC. 14 — Jane and Edward
Weberman of West Bloomfield
are happy to announce the
birth of their son, Max Louis
(Chaim Label). Protective
brothers are Nathaniel and
Daniel. Proud grandmothers
are Freda Weberman and
Mary Monarch. Max Louis
was named in loving memory
of his paternal great-grand-
parents, Eva Levine and
Louis Levine.

DEC. 7 — Rachel Leah
Pavina proudly announces
the birth of her sister, Mara
Danielle. Excited parents are
Julie (Penfil) and Michael
Pavia of Ann Arbor. Thrilled
grandparents are Ginger and
Bob Penfil of Brighton and
Michael and Dolores Pavia of
Rowayton, Conn. Loving
great-grandparents are
Esther Levy of Southfield,
Louisa Pavia of Stamford,
Conn., and Lillian George
Valenta of Jensen Beach, Fla.
Mara is named in loving
memory of her great-grand-
father, Marc Daniel Levy.

DEC. 5 — Ian and Ronna
(Singerman) Saulles of West
Bloomfield are thrilled to an-
nounce the birth of their
daughter, Randi Erica, little
sister to Adam Rory. Proud
grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. Norman Saulles of Scott-
sdale, Ariz., formerly of
Southfield, and Mrs. Berry
Singerman of Southfield. De-
lighted great-grandmother is
Mrs. Goldie Singerman. Ran-
di Erica is named in loving
memory of her paternal
great-grandmother, Rose
Rosenfeld, and her maternal
great-grandmother, Ethel
Atler.

NOV. 11 — Mitchell and
Rhonda (Korby) Epstein of
West Bloomfield joyfully
welcome the birth of their
son, Joshua Ryan. Delighted
big sister is Jennifer Brooke.
Thrilled grandparens are
Marvin and Marilyn Epstein
and Dr. Albert and Nancy
Korby, all of Southfield. Pro-
ud great-grandparents are Hy
and Cissie Siegel of Oak Park
and Anne Jacobs of South-
field. Joshua Ryan (Benya-
min Yosef) is named in loving
memory of his paternal great-
grandmother, Becky Epstein,
his maternal great-great-
uncle, Benjamin Bragman,
and his paternal great-great-
uncle, Joseph Gorenstein.

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