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January 08, 1993 - Image 113

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-01-08

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There's nothing to it

The Zero Point Specialists



Michelle Reiter and Gregory
Miller were married recently
at the Birmingham Temple.
Rabbi Sherwin Wine
The bride is the daughter of
Sydney Reiter of Bloomfield
Hills and Jim and Judith
'eiter of West Bloomfield.
The groom is the son of
Donald and Sheila Miller of
Holland, Mich.
Katie Reiter was the
matron of honor. Bridesmaids

Of Michigan, Inc.

were Noel Dryden, Kim
Killu, Tracy Miller and
Jeanne Rose. The best man
was Howard Weiner. Grooms-
men were Pete Karsten, Jeff
Reiter, Tim Susalla and Tom
Wyllie. Michelle's niece, Ken-
dall Reiter Wyllie, was the
flower girl.
Following a honeymoon
cruise to the southern Carib-
bean Islands, the couple
reside in Canton, Mich.



Ellen Sue Kauders and
Joseph Abraham Starr were
recently married in White
' Plains, N.Y. Rabbi Melvin
Sirner of New Rochelle, N.Y.,
The bride is the daughter of
1 Diane and Dr. James Kauders
/of Fairfield, Conn. The groom
is the son of Louis and Sylvia
Starr of West Bloomfield.
The bride was attended by
her sisters, Debbie Simon and
Jill Levine, and by friends,
Kathy Walling and Nancy Pa-
zienza. Flower girls were the
bride's nieces, Nechama Dina

Simon and Avital Simon.
The groom's brother, Greg-
ory Starr, was the best man;
Bradley Adelberg, Richard
Fair and Joshua Newman
were groomsmen.
Following a wedding trip to
St. John, Virgin Islands, the
couple reside in Farmington
Hills where the bride works
as the assistant director of the
B'nai B'rith Youth Organiza-
tion, and the groom is an at-
torney with the Weisman,
Trogan, Young and Schloss
law firm of Birmingham.

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