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September 10, 2004 - Image 139

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2004-09-10

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ogether with their parents, Dr.
Chaim B. Colen and Roxanne
E. Johns are pleased to
announce their engagement.
Roxanne completed her master's
degree as a physician assistant last year
and works at Henry Ford Hospital ER.
Chaim is a resident physician in neu-
rological surgery at Wayne State
University and is completing a Ph. D. in
tumor physiology.
An October wedding is planned at
Congregation B'nai Moshe. Rivka
Cohen will be maid of honor.
Bridesmaids will be Amy McNabb and
Nicole Stephens. The best man will be
Elan Colen. Groomsmen will be
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s. Marcia Beckwith and Mr.
and Mrs. Alan Doifinan, all
of West Bloomfield, are
happy to announce the engagement of
their daughter Aimee to Benjamin
Kleiman, son of Joy and Daniel
Kleiman of Arlington Heights, Ill.
Aimee received her bachelor's degree
in psychology from the University of
Michigan and is pursuing her master's in
social work at Loyola University
Chicago. Benjamin graduated from the
University of Wisconsin-Madison with a
bachelor's degree in marketing. He is
employed at La-Co Industries in Elk
Grove Village, Ill.
A wedding is planned for July 2005 at
the Fairmont Hotel in Chicago.

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