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September 12, 2003 - Image 58

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-09-12

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Community

New Arrivals

Sept. 5

LAYETTE, INFANT AND CHILDREN'S

6718-C Orchard Lake Road • West Bloomfield, Michigan

(1/4 mile south of Maple Rd. in the West Bloomfield Plaza)

HOURS

Monday - Friday 10:00-5:30 • Saturday 10:00-5:00

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KARTOKART








and

CREATIVE COOKING ix- AMY SEAN

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Invite you to enjoy an afterncion at Kart2Kart
for a Bar/Bat Mitzvah Style Open House
42705 Van Dyke Ave. • Sterling Heights 48314
September 14, 2003
Noon to 3:00 pm
Karting, Food, Music & Decorating Ideas
RSVP 248.763.0121

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Traditional bris entrusted to
the hands of a pediatrician.

home: 248-626-6868
pager: 248-317-0417

website www.brismd.com

CANTOR SAMUEL

GREENBAUM

— Hospital Trained
"THANK YOU FOR THE
BEAUTIFUL & WARM
— Topical Anesthetic
BRIS CEREMONY."
— Follow-up Visit
Your baby's comfort is important to me!

(248) 855-A BOY (2269)

Office: (248) 547-7970

514•BRIS (2747)

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June 18

Marci (Kozin) and Mark Stifter of West
Bloomfield are thrilled to announce the
birth of their son, Luke Kozin Stifter
(Mayer Lavi). Sharing in their joy are
ecstatic grandparents Audrey and Harvey
Kahn and Frank and Annette Kozin of
West Bloomfield and Richard Stifter of

CANTOR
HOWARD
GLANTZ
Certified Mohel

9/12

2003

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Answering all of your anesthetic & aftercare needs

Amy (Glasser) and Matt Jenkins of
Farmington Hills welcome with love the
birth of their son, Jeremy Scott.
Welcoming Jeremy home is his big
brother Christopher, 6. Sharing in their
joy are proud grandparents Nickie
Glasser, Allen and Lynda Glasser and
Ken Jenkins. Jeremy is named in loving
memory of his paternal grandmother
Joan Patchen.

Farmington Hills. Very proud great-
grandparents are Marion and Jay Grant
of Southfield and Della Christel of
Dearborn. Luke is named in loving
memory of his paternal grandmother
Marquita Stifter.

June 9

Carol (Tanzman) and Michael Kuppe are
proud to announce the birth of their
daughter, Madison Lauren. Welcoming
her home are sister Carly, 15, and brother
Joseph, 7. Sharing in their joy are grand-
parents Marcia and Arnold Tanzman,
Tobie Kuppe and Irving Kane. She is also
the granddaughter of the late Arnold
Kuppe. Madison Lauren was named in
loving memory of her great-grandmoth-
ers Minnie Epstein and Lillian Margoles.

May 10

Lissa (Erlich) and Steven Kalt announce
with love the birth of their daughter,
Tatum Elizabeth. Welcoming Tatum
home with hugs and kisses is big sister
Sydney. Sharing in their happiness are
proud grandparents Sue and Sheldon
Erlich of Bloomfield Hills and Loretta
and Allan Kalt of West Bloomfield.
Tatum's great-grandmother is Eve Erlich
of Arizona and Southfield. Tatum is
named in loving memory of her maternal
great-grandfather Louis Saferstein and
her paternal great-grandmother Elizabeth
Grenn.

Bar/Bat Mitzvah

Carolyn Clare Alter, daughter of Denise
and Dr. John Alter and sister of Andrea,
Geoff and Leslie, will celebrate her bat
mitzvah at Havdalah services Saturday,
Sept. 13, at Temple
Israel. Her excited
grandmother is
Dorothy Webber.
She is also the
granddaughter of
the late Leon
Webber and the late
Clara and Irving
Alter.
Carolyn attends
West Hills Middle School in Bloomfield
Hills. Delivering food for Yad Ezra in
Berkley was the mitzvah project she felt
was especially meaningful.

Joshua Scott Berk

24 HOURS

Office 248-851-5100

4,!Y,

Shawn (Hoberman) and Jeff Forman of
Farmington Hills are thrilled to
announce the birth of their daughter,
Logan Carly. Excited big brothers Adam
and Eric welcomed her home with love.
Proud grandparents are Sheila Forman of
West Bloomfield, Marsha (Davidson)
and Fred Velthoven of Fenton and Mel
and Sharlee Hoberman of West
Bloomfield. Delighted great-grandfather
is Irvin Forman of Southfield. Logan
Carly is named for her paternal grandfa-
ther the late Leon Forman and maternal
grandmother the late Clara Davidson.

June 24

Certified Mohel —

ADAM LOUIS ARNOLD

is the son of proud parents Yale and Lisa
Goldis of San Diego. He is the grandson
of David and Judy Goldis of Farmington
Hills, Joe Zeiler of San Marcos, Calif,
and Betty Zeiler of Escondido, Calif. He
is the great-grandson of Ida (Goldis)
Coenson of Aventura, Fla. Aaron is
named for maternal great-grandfather
Alfred Meslar, paternal great-grandmoth-
er the late Sylvia (Wainer) Drazen and
paternal cousin the late Stephen Spatz.

July 24

Certified Mohel I nion

4,5

Aug. 6
Aaron Samuel Goldis (Aharon Shmuel)

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Craig Singer M.D.

Jonathan Spencer Gordon

Kimberly (Dorfman) and Bryan Schon
of West Bloomfield welcome with much
love the birth of their daughter, Shira
Chaya. Sharing in their joy are grandpar-
ents Dr. Michael and She'll Dorfman of
West Bloomfield and Pearl and Larry
Schon of Oak Park. Thrilled great-grand-
parents are Ceil and Jerry Liebman of
Southfield, Joyce Doifinan of Florida
and Albert Ferleger of Southfield. Shira
Chaya was named in loving memory of
her maternal great-great aunt, Ida
Starkman.

Mazel Toy!

Ethan Matthew Ingber

754780

will read from the
Torah Friday, Sept.
12, on the occasion
of his bar mitzvah at
Temple Israel. He is
the son of David
and Wendy Berk
and Jill Berk and the

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