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elissa Dianne Meyers and
Paul Albert Gedrich were
recently married at the Hyatt
Regency in Dearborn. Rabbi Dannel
Schwartz of Temple Shir Shalom offici-
ated.
Melissa is the daughter of Ronald and
Rena Meyers. Paul is the son of Dolly
and Mike Murley and Hugh Gedrich
and Sharon Radom.
The couple were honored to have the
bride's grandparents Bernice and Ben
Meyers as well as the groom's sister
Denise Glicklin sign the ketubah. The
bride's sisters Robyne Schultz and Sarah
Roth were the matrons of honor.
Doug Stephon, longtime friend of the
groom, was the best man. Bridesmaids
were Carla Justice; Stefanie Goldman,
Staci Wittenberg, Stacy Vieder, Andrea
Neiman, Jennifer Stoller and Jill
Newman. Groomsmen were Mike
Suiter, Bryan Moosekian, Damon
Salisbury, Jeff Meyers, Greg Meyers,
Lonnie Meyers, Marc Schultz and Matt
Roth.
The couple's niece Avery Schultz was

the flower girl.
Following a cruise to the western
Caribbean, the couple reside in Oak
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lissa Ruth Schwartzenfeld and
Jeremy Isaac Stolberg were mar-
ried at Wabeek Country Club in
Bloomfield Hills. Rabbi Daniel Nevins,
Cantor Howard Glantz and Cantor
Larry Vieder of Adat Shalom Synagogue
officiated. Alissa is the daughter of
Nancy and Dr. Ted Schwartzenfeld of
West Bloomfield. Jeremy is the son of
Carol and Charles Stolberg of Highland
Park, Ill.
Alissa's sisters Debbi and Erica
Schwartzenfeld were maids of honor.
Bridesmaids were Carrie Best-Lary,
Marla Brand, Marni Feldman, Jennifer
Friedland, Jennifer Jacob, Dana
Schwartzenfeld, Samantha Stolberg and
Sloane Wolf Danielle Gordon, cousin of
the groom, was the flower girl.
Jeremy's brothers Adam and Robin
Stolberg were the best men. The
groomsmen were Joshua Feinberg,
Jeffrey Finger, Craig Rutenberg, Jason
Seiden and Michael Shaw. Davis
Feldman, cousin of the bride, was the
ring bearer.
The ketubah was signed by Margot
Pearlmutter and Dr. Vanessa Seiden.
Ushers were Jodi Quisling, Brian
Feldman, Evan Wolf, and Michael Wolf.

The couple were honored to have the
bride's grandparents Lillian and Irving
Feldman and the groom's grandfather
Henry Fryde share their special day.
Lovingly missed were the bride's grand-
parents Rachel and Alfred
Schwartzenfeld and the groom's grand-
mother Fela Fryde.
Following a. honeymoon in Hawaii,
Alissa and Jeremy reside in Chicago.

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