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March 20, 1992 - Image 102

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-03-20

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MARCH 12 — Dianne
(Brown) and Sean Cook of
Farmington Hills are thrilled
to announce the birth of their
son, Noah Harmon. Proud
grandparents are Robert and
Beverly Brown of West
Bloomfield, Dale Cook of East
Detroit and Harriette Mar-
shall of Litchfield. Their joy is
shared by great-grandmother,
Frieda Schneider, and great-
great-grandmother, Mollie
Gottlieb of Boca Raton, Fla.
He is named in loving
memory of his maternal
great-grandmother, Helen
Brown, and great-grand-
father, Samuel Schneider.

MARCH 7 — Steven and
Carol (Gurvitz) Colman of
Lexington, Mass., announce
the arrival of their daughter,
Zoe Deborah Colman. Shar-
ing their joy are grand-
parents, Ben and Sara Gur-
vitz of West Bloomfield,
Sydney Colman of Lexington
and great-grandmother, Anne
Levine, also of Lexington.

MARCH 6 — Ari and Pamela
(Jacobs) Freed of St. Clair
Beach, Ontario, proudly an-
nounce the birth of their first
child, Evan Ross. Thrilled
grandparents are Milton and
Carolyn Jacobs of West
Bloomfield and Gerald and
Mikie Freed of Windsor, On-
tario. Their happiness is
shared by great-grand-
parents, George and Sally
Zalman of West Bloomfield,
Anne Jacobs of Southfield,
Sam Freed of Windsor, On-
tario, and Ada Linden of
Southfield. Evan Ross is nam-
ed in loving memory of his
maternal great-grandmother,
Rose Zalman.

MARCH 3 — Dina and Bruce
Kutinsky of Ann Arbor joyful-
ly announce the birth of their
son, Aaron Matthew.
Delighted grandparents are
Genie and Seymour Warren
and Susan and Harvey Kutin-
sky of Farmington Hills. Pro-
ud great-grandmother is Ida
Bizaoui of Southfield. Aaron's
Hebrew name is Ahron
Moishe, in memory of his
beloved paternal great-grand-
father, Harry Morris "Doc"
Miller.

MARCH 1 — James and
Mindy (Licht) Aronovitz wel-
come with love the birth of
their daughter, Jordan Ivy
(Yisraela Chani). Their joy is
shared by grandparents, Ron-
ald and Arlene Licht of
Bloomfield Hills and Marvin
and Adria Aronovitz of
Bloomfield Hills. Proud
great-grandparents are Wm.
Simon and Jeanette Gottlieb,
Harry and Sophie Aronovitz
and Lillian Meckler. Jordan

Ivy is named in loving mem-
ory of her paternal great-
grandfather, Irvin Meckler,
and her maternal great-
grandmother, Clara Licht.

FEB. 25 — Kevin and Jodi
(Lefkofsky) Neff of Southfield
announce with love the birth
of their daughter, Emily Sara.
Excited big brother and sister
are Adam Bradley and Alli-
son Traci. Sharing in their joy
are elated grandparents, Bill
and Sandy Lefkofsky of West
Bloomfield and Rita and
Jerry Neff of Bloomfield Hills.
Proud great-grandparents are
Herman and Dorothy Kazdan
and John and Kay Herrick.
Emily Sara is named in lov-
ing memory of her maternal
great-grandmother, Esther
Bernstein, and her maternal
great-great-grandmother,
Sarah Adelman.

FEB. 15 — Joshua and Julie
(Singer) Chernoff of Evans-
ton, Ill., proudly announce
the birth of their first child,
Adam Zevi Chernoff. Sharing
in their joy are proud grand-
parents Edward and Ceil
Singer of West Bloomfield
and Shulamith Chernoff of
New Haven, Conn. Great-
grandparents are Minnie
Singer of Southfield, Sarah
Winokur of West Bloomfield
and Rose Scharfstein of New
Haven. Adam is named in lov-
ing memory of his great-
grandfathers, Abraham Win-
okur and Zvi Scharfstein.

JAN. 20 — Lori (Linden-
baum) and Evan Matz of
Miami, Fla., joyfully an-
nounce the birth of their son,
Eric Joshua, brother to
Heather Rene. Proud grand-
parents are Morris and Pearl
Matz, formerly of Oak Park,
Stanley and Rita Linden-
baum, all of Miami. Thrilled
great-grandparents are Ed-
ward and Minnie Friedman,
formerly 'of Detroit, and
Bessie Mordoh of Miami.

JAN. 10 — Allen and
Marlene (Ehrlich) Breish of
Troy, filled with love and joy,
announce the birth of their
daughter, Leah Erin, sister to
Michael. Grandmother Mary
Ehrlich of Southfield and
grandfather Fred Breish of
Warren share in their love.
Leah Erin is named in loving
memory of her maternal
great-grandmother, Lilly
Mirsky.

JAN. 5 — Bob and Cassia
Freedland, formerly of
Detroit, of Charlottesville,
Va., are excited to announce
the arrival of their son,
Graham Asher (Binyamin
Yochanan). Sharing in their
happiness are grandparents,

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