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February 18, 1994 - Image 146

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-02-18

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and the late Cyril Astrein, of
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Margie works as a children's
mental health therapist with a
day treatment program. Ken
works in housing and commu-
nity development with the city
of Seattle. The couple reside in
Seattle.
A May wedding is planned.

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Mark and Jan Hauser of
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to announce the engagement of
their daughter, Sandra Denise,
to Jeffrey Marc Parness, son of
Rochelle Feder Hansen of New
York City and Mr. and Mrs.
Jacob Parness of Silver Spring,
Md.
Sandy, a graduate of the Uni-
versity of Michigan and Har-
vard Law School, is practicing

at a public interest law center
in New York, Center of Social
Welfare Law and Policy. Jeff
also is a graduate of the Uni-
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director of marketing and sales
of the New York based Cyber-
Data, Inc., a high-tech com-
pany.
A June wedding at Temple
Beth El is planned.

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