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February 19, 1993 - Image 104

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-02-19

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JAN. 20 — Yigal and Cathy
(Shafran) Alalouf of South-
field joyfully announce the
birth of their daughter, Emily
Samantha, sister to Mattan.
Happy grandparents are Josef
and Miriam Alalouf of Jeru-
salem, Israel, and Joan Shaf-
ran of Southfield. Emily is
named in memory of dear
cousin, Sam Hochberg.

JAN. 11 — Rhonda Dean and

Dr. Michael Pad of West
Bloomfield announce with
much love the birth of their
daughter, Rachel Ann Pad
(Zahava Shmuelah). Proud
and loving big sister is Re-
becca Eve. Sharing in their
happiness are loving grand-
parents, Rosalie and Harold
Dean of Bloomfield Hills and
Helen Pad Urnovitz of West
Bloomfield. Rachel Ann is
named in loving memory of
her paternal grandfather,
William Pad, and her mater-
nal great-grandfather, Sam-
uel Roth.

JAN. 10

Steven and Helen
Moehlman of Short Hills,
N.J., are pleased to announce
the birth of their first child,
a son, Jesse Harris. Proud
grandparents are Barbara
and Herman Moehlman of
Farmington Hills and Judy
and Gary Dubro of Brooklyn,
N.Y. Great-grandmothers are
Rachel Schare and Dinah
Moehlman, both of South-
field. Jesse Harris is named
in memory of his paternal
great-grandfather, Harry
Moehlman, and maternal
great-grandmother, Jean

JAN. 4

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FEB. 4 — Drs. Carol Gamber
and Cary Gottlieb of Mar-
quette, Mich., are very pleas-
ed to announce the birth of
their daughter, Hannah
(Channa) Gamber Gottlieb.
Sharing in their joy are
grandparents, Sarah Esther
and Harold Gottlieb of Bir-
mingham and Gayle and
James Brisky of Mattawan,
Mich., and great-grand-
mother, Gene Sachs of Deer-
field Beach, Fla. Hannah is
named in memory of her
paternal grandfather, Harry
Sachs, and her paternal
great-aunt, Anna Morrison.

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Jeffrey Surnow and
Elaine (Brant) Surnow are
proud to announce the birth
of their daughter, Lisa
Michelle Surnow, sister to
Sam and Max. Grandparents
are Benjamin and Blanche
Brant of West Bloomfield,
Jack and Marilyn Surnow of

Palm Springs, Calif., and
Pearl Surnow of West Bloom-
field. Lisa is named in
cherished memory of her
paternal great-grandmother,
Celia Sipora Surnow, and
maternal great-grandfather,
Frank Ephraim Shulman.

DEC. 29 — Matthew and
Laurie (Berger) Bounds of
West Bloomfield are thrilled
to announce the birth of their
daughter, Megan Elizabeth
(Shayna). Proud grand-
parents are Stanley and
Phyllis Berger of Bloomfield
Hills and Ann Bounds of
Richmond, Va. Megan is nam-
ed in loving memory of her
maternal great-grandmother,
Janet Liebman.

DEC. 11 — Dr. Richard and
Lauren Rossin of O'Fallon,
Ill., are delighted to announce
the birth of their son,
Brenden Lawrence, little
brother to their daughter,
Meagan. Elated grandpar-
ents are Dr. Herb and Sandy
Rossin of Farmington Hills,
Pat Haggard and Wayne and
Judy Haggard, all of Manhat-
tan Beach, Calif. Proud great-
grandparents are Albert
Rossin of Southfield and
Anne Wright of Wyomissing,

DEC. 7 — Carolyn (Cutler)
Tzeel and Dr. Albert Tzeel of
Farmington Hills joyfully and
with much love announce the
birth of Jonathan Matthew,
brother of Benjamin Aaron.
Ecstatic grandparents are
Mollie and Morris Cutler and
Adina and Josef Tzeel. Proud
great-grandmother is Pesia.
Sapoznikov of Ramat Gan,
Israel. Jonathan Matthew is
named in loving memory of
his maternal great-grand-
mother, Miriam (Lilly) Raider,
and his paternal great-great-
uncle, Murray Chall.


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must be typewritten,
double-spaced and include
a daytime phone number
of the sender. Please in-
clude the date of birth and
cities of residence for the
baby's family and grand-
Announcements receiv-
ed by 10 a.m. Tuesday will
be considered for that Fri-
day's paper, but space
limitations may delay
The Jewish News re-
serves the right to edit any

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