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January 23, 2004 - Image 63

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2004-01-23

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the late Sam Fink and the late Albert
Samantha is a seventh-grade honor
student at West Hills Middle School in
Bloomfield Hills. As part of her mitzvah
projects, she participated in a walk for
ALS and helped at Hadassah House in
West Bloomfield, making dolls for sick

Julie Michelle Winkelman of
Bloomfield Hills will be called to the
Torah as a bat mitz-
vah at Temple Beth
El on Saturday, Jan.
24. Participating in
the ceremony will be
her parents, Roger
and Linda
Winkelman, and her
sister Jaclyn. Proud
grandparents are
Mrs. Irene Schwartz
and Mrs. Margaret Winkelman.
Julie is a seventh-grade student at
Detroit Country Day School in Beverly
Hills. For her mitzvah project, she
worked as a second-grade student aide at
Temple Beth El.

Simon Mark Yevzelman will celebrate
his bar mitzvah at Temple Israel
Saturday, Jan. 24. He is the son of Rita
and Alexander Yevzelman and the broth-
er of Anna. His proud grandparents are



Dora and Yosef
Kerstein and Liliya
and Gregory
Simon is a student
at Orchard Lake
Middle School in
West Bloomfield. As
part of his mitzvah
project, he organized
and played a charity hockey game
through the Make-A-Wish Foundation
to help children who are ill.

Out of State




arbara and Jeffrey Olstein of
Farmington Hills are thrilled
to announce the engagement
of their son Joshua Robert Olstein to
Dayna Lee Cohen, daughter of Jeanne
and Henry Cohen of Central Valley,
Josh and Dayna both graduated
from the University of Michigan. In
May, Josh will graduate from the
University of Pittsburgh Medical
School and Dayna will receive her
degree in dentistry from the
University of Medicine and Dentistry
of New Jersey.
A June wedding is planned in
Tarrytown, N.Y.

Joel Stephen Robinson, son of Ellen
Robinson of Plantation, Fla., was called
to the Torah on
the occasion of his
bar mitzvah on
Saturday, Dec. 27,
at Temple Beth
Israel in
Plantation. His
grandparents are
Annette Benach
Robinson, former-
ly of Southfield of Plantation, and the .
late Irving Robinson.
ose and Ben Braiker celebrat-
Joel is a student at Nova Middle
ed their 60th wedding
School. His mitzvah project is collect-
anniversary in Las Vegas
ing sports equipment and other needed
. recently. Their children, Ann and
items for the Jewish Adoption and
Bruce Klein, Beverly and Hadley
Foster Care Organization.
Wine, Elaine and Michael Wagman,
Joan and Larry Wilkoff, hosted a
party in their honor. Grandchildren,
friends and family from around the
country joined in the celebration of
the anniversary and of Ben's 90th
birthday. .



obyn Storchan and Mark
Coden were recently married
at Ford Field in Detroit.
Rabbi Harold Loss of Temple Israel
performed the ceremony.
Robyn is the daughter of James and
Judy Grossman of Farmington Hills
and Cary and Kathy Storchan of
Bloomfield Hills. The groom is the
son of Stephen and Carol Sue Coden
of Bloomfield Hills.
Holding the chuppah were Jonathan
Coden, brother of groom; Daniel
Storchan, brother of bride; Jonathan
Grossman, brother of bride; and
Michael Nagler, friend of bride and
groom. Robyn and Mark were also
grateful that Dorothy Storchan and
Thelma Reisman, Robyn's grand-
mothers, and Lew and Anne Rose,
Mark's grandparents, were able to par-
ticipate in the ceremony.
The couple reside in Beverly Hills
and will be honeymooning in



essie and Ruben Katz marked
their 65th wedding anniver-
sary on Dec. 18. It was cele-
brated in the home of their daughter
and son-in-law, Ellen and Dr. Allen
Apfelblat of West Bloomfield. Also
wishing them much love were their
son and daughter-in-law, Ronald and
Toby Katz of Commerce; their grand-
children, Lisa and Alan Wittenberg,
Julie Apfelblat, Drs. Amanda and
Adam Apfelblat, Kathy and Steven
Ninowski, April and Harry Sokol; and
their much loved great-grandchildren,
Jessica, Courtney, Austin, Shane
Ninowski, Dylan, Max and Elle





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