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August 20, 2004 - Image 66

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2004-08-20

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their daughter Robyn to Bob Beresh,
son of Ruth Beresh of West
Bloomfield and Cliff Beresh of
Farmington.
Robyn earned a degree in political
science at the University of Arizona in
Tucson. She is employed at BAE
Systems in Los Angeles.
Bob earned a degree in telecommu-
nications at Michigan State University.
He is employed at Warner Bros.
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An October wedding is planned for
Telluride, Colo.

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indy Robin Zuger and Joel
Neil Kashdan were recently
married at River Crest of
Rochester Hills. Rabbi Daniel B.
Syme officiated.
Sandra Kashdan, sister of the
groom, was the matron of honor.
Steve Goldsmith, friend of the groom,
was the best man.
Cindy's attendants included sisters
Vicki Hotvedt and Andrea Zabawa;
Arlyn Zabawa, the bride's mother,
escorted her to the chuppah.
Joel's groomsmen included Thomas
Zabawa, brother-in-law of the bride,
and nephews Max and Jesse Hotvedt.
Honored guests included Mrs. Betty
Kashdan, the groom's mother, and the
bride's grandparents Mr. and Mrs.
Aron Zygelman.
They lovingly remember their
fathers, Isreal "Izzy" Zuger and Harry

Kashdan.
The couple reside in Southfield.

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