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December 27, 2002 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-12-27

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of Canton welcome with love the birth
of their son, Brandon Aaron (Ru'ven
Aharon). Welcoming him home is big
sister Morgan Hunter, 20 months.
Sharing in their joy and
happiness are grandparents Sara and Joel
Silberblatt of West Bloomfield and
Barbara and John McGowan of Mt.
Dora, Fla. Also, very proud are great-
grandmothers Bessie Fingeroot of Boca
Raton, Fla., and Anna Laxton of Mt.
Dora. Brandon is named in loving mem-
ory of his maternal great-grandmother
Betty Silberblatt and his uncle Robert
Aaron McGowan.

Sept. 28
Stacey (Levine) and Sheldon Olson of
West Bloomfield announce with great joy
the birth of their second son, Joseph
Isaac. Sharing in their happiness are big
brother Max, grandparents Jerry and
Jeannette Olson and Leon and Roz
Levine of West Bloomfield, great-grand-
parents Pauline Gerstl of Oak Park, Belle
and Jack Epstein of Southfield. Joseph is
named in loving memory of his great-
grandfather Irving Levine and great-
grandmother Ida Olson.

April 17
Leslie (Abella) Dahan and Yosef Dahan
of Fairfax, Va., are overjoyed to announce
the birth of Daniel Joshua. Sharing in
the joy is big sister Noa Isabella, 4 1 /,.
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