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December 20, 1991 - Image 93

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-12-20

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Your waste is Impeccable...
Ours is Unforgettable!

Traditionally, Wedding Cakes have been nice to look.
at but nothing special to eat. Our Wedding Cakes put
an end to that!
Tantalize your guests with flavors such as
chocolate mousse, strawberry, kahlua,
chocolate charnbord torte, or one of our many
cheesecake flavors.

Our Wedding Cakes are made from the finest
chocolates, butter, fresh fruits and creams. To
enhance the subtleflavors, we frost your
selections with lightly sweetened fresh
whipping cream.

We extend art invitation to the bride
and groom to make an appointment
for a private ivedding consultation and
complimentary sample tasting.

Tarson-Gelzayd

N

Dena Gelzayd and Keith
Tarson were recently married
at Tam-O-Shanter Country
Club. Rabbi Harold Loss and
Cantor Harold Orbach
officiated.
The bride is the daughter of
Dr. Eugene and Reinart
Gelzayd of Bloomfield Hills.
The bridegroom is the son of
Elliott and Lynn Tarson of
Lake Forest, Ill.
Allison Gelzayd, the bride's
sister, was the maid of honor.
Bridesmaids were Julie
Gelzayd, Pam Gray, Amy

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Polakow and Lisa Tarson.
The best man was David
Tarson, the groom's brother.
Ushers were Dr. Bradford
Gelzayd, Glen Gray, Roger
Joseph and Scott Polakow.
Also participating in the
ceremony were the bride's
grandparents, Arthur and
Dorraine Zief of San Fran-
cisco and the groom's grand-
mother, Edith Hadden of San
Diego.
Following a honeymoon in
Hawaii, the couple are
residing in Chicago.

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Leslie Robin Freedman and
Ronald L. Malach were
recently married at Beth
Abraham Hillel Moses. Rab-
bi A. Irving Schnipper
officiated.
Leslie is the daughter of
Alyce and Harold Freedman
of West Bloomfield. Ron is the
son of Ruth and Cecil Malach,
also of West Bloomfield.
Andrea Sriro, sister of the
bride, was the matron of
honor. Bridesmaids were
Susan Freedman, Suzi

Malach and Gail Schwarcz.
Junior bridesmaids were
Lauren and Melissa
Freedman.
Steven Malach, brother of
the groom was the best man.
Ushers were Michael Sriro,
Mark Freedman, Eric Freed-
man and Louis Ghilardi.
Junior ushers were Adam and
Aaron Freedman and Jeffrey
and Daniel Malach.
After a honeymoon in
Aruba, the happy couple are
residing in West Bloomfield.

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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