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October 23, 1992 - Image 116

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-10-23

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the groom was best man.
Groomsmen included Ryan
Stearn and Miles Stearn, 7'
brothers of the groom; Gregg
Schultz, brother of the bride;
Frederick Hortick and Mar-
tin Hortick, cousins of the
bride; Lorne Zalesin, cousin
of the groom; Chris Sears and
Brian Flemming. The ring
bearer was Zachary Liner,
cousin of the bride.
Terri's great-grandmother,
Helen Newman, and her_,
grandparents, Jean and Jack -
Schultz and Rosalyn Line, as
well as Jeremy's grand-
parents, Mary Raffles and
Jess Stearn, participated in
the service.
The couple honeymooned in
London, England.

Congratulations!

The Jewish News is delighted to publish news of
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Terri Lynne Schultz and Todd
Jeremy Stearn were married
recently at Temple Israel.
Rabbi M. Robert Syme, Rab-
bi Harold Loss and Cantor
Harold Orbach officiated.
Terri is the daughter of
Judy and Leslie Schultz of
West Bloomfield. Todd is the
son of Nita and Ron Stearn
also of West Bloomfield.
Renee Blatnikoff was maid
of honor. Tami Schultz, sister-
in-law of the bride, was the
matron of honor. Bridesmaids
included Deborah Hortick,
cousin of the bride, Marci
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