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June 22, 1990 - Image 90

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-06-22

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I BIRTHS I

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MAY 16 — Robin and Sara
(Braverman) Kelmenson are
delighted to announce the
birth of their daughter Rachel
Ann. Big brothers are Daniel
and Michael; grandparents
are Lillian and Victor
Kelmenson of West Bloom-
field, and Helen and Arthur
Braverman of Boca Raton,
Fla. Proud great-grand-
parents are Harry and Anna
Korman of West Bloomfield
and Bal Harbour, Fla. Rachel
is named in memory of her
paternal great-grandmother,
Ida Goldman.

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MAY 17 — Mark and
Michelle (Olit/Klar) Diskin of
West Bloomfield are happy to
announce the birth of their
son, Harrison Scott. Excited
big sister is Mearyl Renae.
Proud grandparents are
Samuel and Lenore Diskin of
West Bloomfield and David
and Donna Klar of Farm-
ington Hills. Thrilled
great-grandparents are Ben
and Jeanne Feldstein of
Southfield, Louis Nagel of
Detroit and Harry Olit of
Woodland Hills, Calif. Har-
rison Scott is named in loving
memory of his maternal
great-grandparents Helen
Nagel and Samuel Klar.

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MAY 14 — Richard and Lin-
da (Weisberg) Lober of Scott-
sdale, Ariz., formerly of Birm-
ingham, are delighted to an-
nounce the birth of their
daughter Erynn Ilana Weis-
berg-Lober, sister to Brad,
Michelle and Jacki Lober,
Erika and Josh Zerkel and
Mrs. Vicki Danforth. Grand-
parents are Ruth and Don
Goldberg of Scottsdale and
Sara Lee Lober of Southfield.
Erynn is named in loving
memory of her maternal
great-grandmother, Eda
Lefkowitz and paternal
grandfather, Isadore (Irving)
Lober.

MAY 9 — Beth and Rabbi
David Burstein Fine of Deer-
field, Ill., are delighted to an-
nounce the birth of their
daughter, Naomi Meira Burs-
tein Fine. Proud big brother
is Avishai. The grandparents
are Chaya and Mordie Burs-
tein of Har Halutz, Israel,
and Frances and Harland
Fine of Southfield. Great-
grandmother is Minnie
Smolnick. Naomi Meira is
named in loving memory of
her great-grandmother, Min-
nie Fine.

MAY 6 — Neal and Gayle
(Halperin) Spector of Chicago,
Ill., are happy to announce
the birth of their daughter,
Amanda Beth. Proud grand-
parents are Margot and Jerry
Halperin of Birmingham and

Lois and Alan Freeman of
Bloomfield Hills. Great-
grandmothers are Bert
Binkow of Birmingham and
Frances Shapiro of Oak Park.
Amanda Beth is named in
loving memory of her pater-
nal grandfather, Alvin Spec-
tor, and her maternal great-
grandmother, Betty Halperin.

APRIL 26 — Sara Keisler
Greenberg warmly welcomes
her brother, Jackson Mayer
(Mayer Yaacov). Proud
parents are Joel and Marcy
(Gringlass) Greenberg of
Philadelphia, Pa. Proud
grandparents are Reli and
Joe Gringlas of Southfield,
Carol Greenberg of Israel and
Al Greenberg of New York.
Jake Mayer is named after
his cousin, Michael Weis-
berger, and great-uncle,
Yaacov Gringlas.

MARCH 29 — Dr. and Mrs.
Michael Putter of Manhat-
tan, N.Y., (Carole Weisz)
formerly of Southfield, are
happy to announce the birth
of their daughter, Marissa
Erin. Delighted grandparents
are Bea and Milt Putter of
East Meadow, Long Island,
N.Y., and Lil and Mel Weisz of
Woodland Hills, Calif.
Marissa is named in honor of
her grandparents Morris Put-
ter and Aron Klein.

1.

I LOCAL NEWS I

JCC Holds
Annual Meeting

The annual meeting of the
Jewish Community Center of
Metropolitan Detroit will be
8 p.m. June 24.
The election and installa-
tion of directors and officers
will take place. The slate of of-
ficers includes: president Lin-
da Lee; vice presidents Harry
Eisenberg, Carol Eisenshtadt,
Jerald Kaufman, and Ber-
nard Klein; secretary Beverly
Liss; treasurer Douglas
Bloom; members-at-large
David Horton and Morris I.
Silverman.
of a first three year term are:
Marcy Borofsky, Marcy
Feldman, Cheryl Guyer, Geri
Lester, Philip Minkin, Ron
Rich, Edie Slotkin, Joyce
Weckstein and Alan Yost.
Recommended for the first
year of a second three year
term are: Mark Canvasser,
Allan Horowitz, David Hor-
ton, Arthur Horwitz, Marian
. Kantor, Michael Leib, Mar-
shall Loewenstein, Sandra
Nathanson and William
Zousmer.
Susan Alterman, Joel Dorf-
man, Morton Feldman and
Lynn Sachse are proposed for
a second year.

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