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October 29, 2004 - Image 101

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2004-10-29

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Sept. 28
Cindy (Barela) and Steve Goldman of
Littleton, Colo., are thrilled to announce
the birth of their
adorable little daughter,
Alyssa Kate. Sharing
their joy are grandpar-
ents Edie and Alan
Goldman of Farmington
Hills and Arlene and
Jim Barela of Lakewood, -
Colo. Ecstatic great-bubbie is Sadie
Braver of West Bloomfield. Alyssa is
named in loving memory of her maternal
great-grandfather Allen Braver and her
paternal great-grandmother Ann Goldman.

Sept. 8
Jennifer (Finer) and Jonathan Lovy of
West Bloomfield welcome with much
love the birth of their son, Noah Charles
(Noah Shoel). Very
excited grandparents are
Dorene and Alan Finer
and Madeline Lovy and
Andrew Lovy. Also shar-
ing in their joy are great-
grandparents Lilyan
Finer and Joseph Lovy.
Noah is named in loving
memory of his maternal great-grandfa-
ther Nathan Cowan, maternal great-
grandfather Charles Finer and paternal
great-grandmother Charlotte Rotenberg.

Aug. 29
Sandra (Schlaen) and Joshua Lerner of
Huntington Woods announce with great
happiness the birth of their son,
Benjamin Mayer (Avram Elimelach).
Welcoming Benjamin home is -excited
big sister Arianna Bella, 4. Proud grand-
parents are Rosalie and Horacio Schlaen
of Hollywood, Fla., and Lorraine and
Leonard Lerner of West Bloomfield.
Benjamin is named in loving memory of
his maternal great-grandfather Abraham
Schlaen and his paternal great-aunt
Mona Cohen.

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Chicago. Jordan is named in loving
memory of her paternal great-grandfather
Joseph Bell and her maternal great-
grandfather Aaron Perlis.

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of Birmingham

Elana Susan Cocke will read from the
Torah on the occasion of her bat mitzvah
at Havelalah services Saturday, Oct. 30, at
Temple Israel. She is
the daughter of Judy
Cocke and the late
Larry S. Cocke. Her
brother is Mychal
and her grandpar-
ents are Frances and
John Cocke and
Mildred and
Emanuel Lyons.
An honor student
at O.E. Dunckel Middle School in
Farmington Hills, Elana helped package
food at Yad Ezra in Berkley as part of her
mitzvah projects.

Robyn Diane Colton, daughter of Judee
and Richard Lewis and Leonard Colton,
will celebrate her bat mitzvah Friday,
Oct. 29, at Temple Israel. She is the sis-
ter of Lindsay. Her grandparents are
Ruth and Louis
Stober and Lee
Lewis. She is also the
grandchild of the
late Diane and Sol
Robyn is a student
at West Hills Middle
School in
Bloomfield Hills.
For her mitzvah projects, she chose to
help at Scamp Camp and to volunteer at
Heritage House, working with seniors.

Aug. 17
Mark and Dara Winkelman of Chicago
joyfully announce the birth of their
daughter, Jordan Ava. Sharing in their
happiness are grandparents Ned and Joan
Winkelman of
Bloomfield Hills and
Steven and Adrea Perlis
of Buffalo Grove, Ill.
Delighted great-grand-
parents are Helen Bell of
Philadelphia, Beryl
Winkelman of West
Bloomfield and Ida
Perlis and Herb and Phyllis Goldberg of

Allison Becca Feldman will be called to
the Torah on the occasion of her bat
mitzvah Saturday, Oct. 30, at Adat
Shalom Synagogue. Alli is the daughter
of Debby and Jamie Feldman and little
sister of Daniel and
Benjamin. Her
proud grandparents
are Lilly and George
Isaacs of Miami,
Fla., and Doris
Feldman of
Southfield. She is
also the granddaugh-
ter of the late
Manuel Feldman.
Alli is a student at Abbott Middle
School in West Bloomfield. She has com-
pleted several mitzvah projects, which she
feels are an important part of every day,
helping others.

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