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November 13, 1992 - Image 110

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-11-13

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that reflects timeless luxury,
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NOV. 2 — Daniel and Karen

(Rubenfire) Sherbin of Farm-
ington Hills welcome with
love the birth of their daugh-
ter, Emily Nicole. Proud and
excited grandparents are Dr.
Melvyn and Diane Rubenfire
of Bingham Farms and Bert
and Lenore Risin of Farm-
ington Hills. Also sharing in
their joy are thrilled great-
grandmothers, Sue Rubenfire,
Estelle Moggel and Anna
Sherbin. Emily Nicole is
named in loving memory of
her paternal grandfather, Dr.
Benjamin Norman Sherbin,
and her maternal great-
grandparents, Dr. Hyman
and Esther Mellen.

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Carol (Buckfire) Lehrer of
Rohnert Park, Calif., are hap-
py to announce the birth of
their second son, Samuel Ash-
er. Welcoming him are his big
brother, Zachary Joseph, and
grandparents, Sylvia and
Phillip Buckfire, Matilda and
Seymour Lehrer, and great-
grandmother, Helen Fitlow.
Samuel is named in loving
memory of his paternal great-
grandfather, Samuel Mosner,
and his maternal great-great-
grandfather, Samson B al ant-

OCT. 20 — Robert and Lori

(Sher) Nusbaum of Franklin
announce with joy the birth
of their son, Zachary Daniel.
Elated grandparents are Irv-
ing and Barbara Nusbaum of
Franklin, Carole Sher of
Farmington Hills and Charles
Sher of Waterford. Great-
grandmothers are Mary Co-
hen and Eva Sher. Zachary
Daniel is named in loving
memory of his paternal great-
grandfather, Donald Samuels.

OCT. 19 — Dr. Keith and

Sonya West of Venezuela joy-
fully announce the birth of
their daughter, Victoria, sis-
ter to Kory and Alexandra.
Happy grandparents are Car-
men and Donald West of
Southfield and Dr. Alba and
Dr. Luis Gamez of Venezuela.
Victoria is named in loving
memory of her maternal un-
cle, Victor Gamez.


OCT. 15 — Robin and Daniel
Adler-Goldsmith of Berkeley,
Calif., welcome with love their
son, Zev Bernard. Zev's
grandparents are Drs. John
and Naomi Goldsmith of
Omer, Israel, and the late
Myra and Harold Adler.
Sharon Wise of Southfield is
the proud great-grandmoth-
er. Zev is named in memory
of his uncle, Bernard Cwikel.

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Aleman (Eidelman) welcome
with love the birth of their

son, Eric Steven, brother to
Jason Scott. Proud grandpar-
ents are Leonard and Mary
Lee Aleman of Gastonia, N.C.,
and Fay and Herb Eidelman
of Southfield. Proud great-
grandmother is Freda Dan.
Eric is named in loving mem-
ory of paternal great-aunt,
Emma Shannon, and close
family friend, Shirley Wim-

OCT. 17 — Shelly Brodsky

and Gregg Kepes of West
Bloomfield are proud and de-
lighted to announce the birth
of their first child, Joseph
Louis Brodsky Kepes (Yosef
Ari). Overjoyed grandparents
are Bernice and Nathan Brod-
sky of Orchard Lake and Lee
and Stewart Kepes of West
Bloomfield. Joey is named in
loving memory of paternal
great-grandfather, Joseph
Kepes, and maternal great-
grandfather, Louis Brodsky.

OCT. 12 — Rick and Ronna
(Applebaum) Earnest of West
Bloomfield are proud to an-
nounce the birth of their
daughter, Jordan Alisa.
Thrilled grandparents are
Leonard and Beverly Apple-
baum of Bloomfield Hills and
Lois Earnest of Southfield.
Delighted great-grandmoth-
ers are Sylvia Goldsmith and
Minnie Applebaum. Jordan is
named in loving memory of
her great-grandfather, Joseph

OCT. 9 — Brian and Deborah

(Koloff) Blonder of Burke, Va.,
are ecstatic to announce the
birth of their son, Ethan
Grant (Yosef Eitan). Proud
grandparents are Irma
Blonder of Farmington Hills
and William Koloff of South-
field. In addition, Ethan is
blessed with two great-grand-
parents, Helen Liner and
Norman Blake, both of South-
field. Ethan is named in lov-
ing memory of his maternal
grandmother, Estelle Blake
Koloff, and his paternal
grandfather, Joseph George

SEPT. 21 — Bart and Renee

(Pessin) Vinik announce with
love and great joy the birth of
their son, Brian Scott (Baruch
Shalom). Excited big sisters
are Jodi and Leah. Thrilled
grandparents are Esther
Pessin of Southfield, Cecile
Freireich Vinik of North
Woodmere, N.Y., and David
Vinik of Del Ray Beach, Fla.
Brian is named in loving
memory of his great-aunts,
Bessie Berg and Syd Passon.

SEPT. 18 — Cheryl (Lowen-
berg) and Mark Jerusalem of
Oak Park are pleased to an-
nounce the birth of their

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