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November 25, 1994 - Image 119

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-11-25

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Ceresnie & Offen

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Is All You Need

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Martin Malter,

Moss-Dones

Leigh Danielle Dones and Jeffrey
Douglas Moss were married at
the Hyatt Regency in Dearborn.
Rabbi David Nelson and Cantor
Samuel Greenbaum officiated.
Leigh is the daughter of Susan
Dones and Michael Jaron of
Farmington Hills, and Mark and
Elaine Dones of South Lyon. Jef-
frey is the son of Linda (Moss)
and Kenneth Lenchner of Bloom-
field Hills and Norman Moss of
West Palm Beach, Fla.
Daniella HarPaz was the maid
of honor. The bridesmaids in-
cluded Laura Mirkes, Pamela
Goldsborough of Rockville, Md.,
and Karyn Moss, the groom's sis-
ter.

formerly of Malter

Furs,

is now associated with Ceresnie & Offen

Daniel Halprin was the best
man. The groomsmen were
Larence Leib, Mark Schwartz,
Alan Newman, Howard Kass of
Potomac, Md., and Aaron Dones,
the bride's older brother.
Jonathan Dones, the younger
brother of the bride, was the
ring bearer. The bride's grand-
parents, Robert and Nona
Smith, the groom's grandparents,
Lillain Epstein, Sol and
Joanne Moss and Theodore
Epstein, also participated in the
ceremony.
The couple enjoyed a honey-
moon cruise in the Caribbean
and are now residing in South-
field.

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Jennifer is the daughter of Dr.
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Rachel Jo Morse, sister of the
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