RINGS OF MARRIAGE
Julian Scott Fiander will be called to
the Torah as a bar mitzvah on
Saturday, Jan. 3, at
Temple Beth El. He
is the son of Dr.
Donald and Mrs.
Lou Fiander and
younger brother of
Brian and Diane.
He is the grandson
of Suzanne Begin
and the late Jean
Di Biasio, and Jean Tennant and the
late Cecil Fiander, the late George
Tennant, and Louise Hoffman and the
late Manny Hoffman.
Julian is an honor student at East
Hills Middle School in Bloomfield
Hills. For his bar mitzvah project, he
has been a volunteer at the Beyond
Basics Publishing Center at Herman
Academy in Detroit for the past two
r. Elie and Pnina Basse of
Bloomfield Hills and Simon
and Marty Rotberg of West
Bloomfield are 'thrilled to announce
the engagement of their children
Leemor Basse and Jeffrey Nathan
Leemor earned her undergraduate
degree from Michigan State University
and her medical degree from Wayne
State University. She is completing her
residency in ophthalmology at Kresge
Jeffrey earned his business degree at
the University of Iowa and Eastern
Michigan University and is a telecom
A March wedding is planned at
Lovett Hall in Greenfield Village in
100 S. Old Woodward Ave., Birmingham, Michigan 48009
(800) 345-6003 • (248) 540-4622
Ask The Orthodontist
"How Do you Choose an Orthodontist"
There are numerous factors in choosing an orthodontist.
Number one on your list should be someone who is going
to treat your son or daughter as if they were their own.
Someone who is kind, caring and truly loves kids.
You should set up a consultation with the orthodontist,
which should be done at no charge. Then see how your
child responds to the orthodontist and allow input in
the decision from your son or daughter. Be sure that the Nelson Hersh DDS, MS
orthodontist talks to both you and your son or daugh-
ter, and answers any questions that either of you may
have. Have your child talk at school to see what other children in braces say
about where they recommend going.
Experience is also very important. Be sure that the orthodontist has had suc-
cessful experiences with all types of cases. It usually takes years to develop
and fine tune skills for quality and consistent results. Location must be con-
venient for you, as you will be scheduling appointments every month or so.
The fees must be within reasonable and customary levels and hopefully the
office has "patient friendly" payment arrangements.
Hopefully the office has one orthodontist so you get consistent treatment with
one philosophy, An owner orthodontist of the office will be around for follow
up care and is not replaced periodically. Check out the office to ensure up-to-
date technology, on-time scheduling, and happy kids that are there. Hopefully
the orthodontist has one office-location so if emergencies arise they can be
taken care of promptly and conveniently.
To find out more information, just call our office at 248-360-7700 or schedule a
complimentary consultation at 8362 Richardson, on the border of West
Bloomfield and Commerce.
Nelson (Nick) Hersh
r. Stacey Beth Moss and
Mark Kelley Schwartz were
recently married at
Congregation Shaarey Zedek
Southfield. Rabbi Jonathan Berkun
and Cantor Chaim Najman officiated.
A reception was held at the Townsend
Hotel in Birmingham.
Stacey is the daughter of Marlene
and Dr. Elliotte Moss. Mark is the son
of Carole and Judge Michael D.
The bride and groom were each
escorted to the chuppah by their
respective parents. The groom's niece
and nephew, Julia and Justin
Schwartz, were flower girl and ring
bearer. The couple was thrilled to have
the bride's grandmother Ann Selig
share in their simchah.
The happy couple honeymooned in
the Mediterranean and now reside in