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New Arrivals

Sept. 12
Halley and Mark Uzansky are
blessed with the birth of a son, Jesse
Ryan. Big sister Emily is filled with
joy and excitement about her new
brother. Loving grandparents Fran
and Jerry Uzansky and Marilyn
Goldsmith. Great-grandparents
Sylvia and Alex Kraft also share in
the nachas. Jesse is named in loving
memory of his great-grandma Jane
Golden and great-uncle Raymond
Danaman.

Sept. 8
Renee (Madgy) and Etan Goldman
of Las Vegas, Nev., lovingly welcome
the birth of their son, Noam Moshe
Dov. Big sister Nitza, 2, welcomed
him home with hugs and kisses.
Sharing the excitement are grandpar-
ents Lauri and Michael Kolody of
Southfield and Geri and Herb
Goldman of Las Vegas. Also excited
are great-grandmothers Mollye
Berman of Farmington Hills and Bea
Schecter of Whitestone, N.Y. Noam
is named in loving memory of his
maternal great-grandfather Morris
Berin and paternal great-grandfather
Murray Schecter.

Sept. 5
Julie (Weingarden) and Bobby
Dubin of Huntington Woods wel-
come with love the birth of their
beautiful daughter, Samantha Paige
(Shoshana Pearl). Welcoming
Samantha home is big brother
Joshua Asher, 20 months. Thrilled
grandparents are Dr. Terry and
Susan Weingarden of West
Bloomfield, Sheila Dubin of West
Bloomfield and Dr. Howard and
Carole Dubin of Highland
Township. Proud great-grandmother
is Sylvia Roth of West Bloomfield.
Samantha is named in loving memo-
ry of her paternal great-grandfather
Sam. Dubin, maternal great-grandfa-
ther Samuel Weingarden and mater-
nal great-grandmother Peggy
Weingarden.

July 28
Judy (Becker) and Alan Wormser of
Commerce Township welcome with
love the birth of their daughter,
Alexis Rose. Sharing in their par-
ents' joy are big sisters Michelle
Erin, 9, and Ashley Taylor, 6. Proud
grandparents are Raymond and
Barbarba Becker of Commerce and
Dr. Henry and Sandra Wormser of
West Bloomfield. Delighted great-

grandmother is Meta Wormser.
Alexis is named in loving memory of
her great-grandfather Arthur
Wormser and her cousin Brian
Passerman.

July 19
Nicole (Gladner) and Ted Wagner of
Birmingham are delighted to
announce the birth of their son,
Carter Aidan (Aryeh Hadar).
Welcoming Carter home is big sister
Chloe, 3. Sharing in their joy are
grandparents Sharie and Al Gladner
of Southfield and Carol and Irwin .
Wagner of Denver, Colo. He is also
welcomed by great-grandparents
Marillyn and Lou Zucker of
Farmington Hills. Carter is named
in loving memory of paternal-great-
uncle Louis Shapera and maternal
great-grandmother Ann Vineberg.

Bar/Bat Mitzvah

Jacob James Barnett, son of Mari
and Ken Barnett and brother of
Emily and Alexandra, will read from
the Torah on the
occasion of his bar
mitzvah Friday,
Oct. 10, at Temple
Israel. His grand-
parents are
Marilyn and
Melvin Barnett,
Rosemary Collias,
Pat and James
Collias. His great-
grandmother is Panayiota Collias.
Jake is a student at Bloomfield
Hills Middle School. His most
meaningful mitzvah project involved
working with his cousin in Israel,
having children draw hamsas (five-
fingered open hands) and then sell-
ing the drawings; the profits were
given to families in Israel affected by
terrorism.

Jordan Max Berger will celebrate his
bar mitzvah Friday, Oct. 10, at
Temple Israel. His parents are Jodi
and Marc Berger
and he is the
brother of Emily
and Evan. His
grandparents are
Frances and
Herbert Berger,
Phyllis Skall and
Karen and Robert

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