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February 17, 1995 - Image 142

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-02-17

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Lynn David and Mary Brooks
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bi Bruce Kahn of Temple
Shalom, Chevy Chase, officiated.
A reception and brunch followed
the ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of
Mimi Kravetz and the late Hank
Kravetz. The groom, originally
from Detroit, attended Michigan
State University. He is the son of
the late Mae and Al Brooks.
The children of the bride and
groom served as attendants: Mal-

lonie and Brett David and
Alexander Brooks. Lynn Brooks
is a senior customer service rep-
resentative with Great West Life
and Annuity. Mary Brooks has
his own broadcast production
company and is the arena voice
of the Washington Capitals hoc-
key team. He also announced for
the Bullets for 19 years.
The couple honeymooned in
Cancun and are maintaining
their separate residences in Sil-
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Levin-Teper

Jennifer Gail Levin and Steven or. The bridesmaids included
Paul Teper were recently mar- Julie Saks, Robyn Seiferheld,
ried at congregation Shaarey Roya Soleymani and Marla
Zedek in Southfield. Rabbis Ir- Weiss.
David Teper, brother of the
win Groner and William Ger-
shon, along with Cantors Chaim groom, was the best man.
Najman and Sidney Rube, offici- Groomsmen included Danny
Koblin; Tony Levin, brother of
ated.
Jennifer is the daughter of the bride; David Little; and Marc
Anna and Yale Levin of South- Zumberg. Also participating in
field. Steven is the son of Brenda the ceremony was Irene Kovin-
and Richard Rader of Southfield, sky, the bride's grandmother.
Following a honeymoon in Ja-
and the late Gerald Teper.
Karen Levin, sister-in-law of maica, the couple will reside in
the bride, was the matron of hon- Farmington Hills.

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