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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-02-28

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Weddings

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DAVIS-ROSEN

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udith Dianne Rosen and
Donald Jerome Davis were
married recently at Adat
Shalom Synagogue. Rabbi
Leonardo Bitran of Congregation
Shaarey Zedek and Rabbi Daniel
Nevins and Cantor Howard Glantz,
both of Adat Shalom, officiated. The
bride is the daughter of Mae Rosen
and the late Samuel Rosen. The
groom is the son of the late Ceil and
Ben Davis.
Attendants included Robert and
Reva Rosen, close friends of the
groom and brother and sister-in-law
of the bride, and Ruth Diamond,
close friend of the couple. Jeffrey
Davis, the groom's son, escorted Mae
Rosen, the bride's mother, down the
aisle. Other attendants included
daughters Michelle Newman and
Emily Zack.
The bride and groom were pleased
to have 13 grandchildren in atten-
dance. The couple reside in
Commerce Township.

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RUKIN-LANTOR

lyssa Lantor and Allan
Rukin were married recent-
ly at Temple Beth El.
Rabbi David Castiglione
and Cantor David Montefiore offici-
ated.
Alyssa is the daughter of Arnold and
Beverly Lantor of Bloomfield Hills.
Allan is the son of Mel and Donna
Rukin of Jacksonville, Fla., formerly
of Toledo, Ohio.
Jennifer Kroll, the bride's sister, was
the maid of honor. Bradley Ivers was
best man. The flower girl was Lilley
Kroll, the bride's niece. Bonnie
Lantor, the bride's sister; Julie Rukin,
the groom's sister; Todd Kroll, the
bride's brother-in-law; and Jessica
Weiss were chuppah holders.
After a honeymoon cruise, the cou-
ple reside in Shaker Heights, Ohio.

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