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November 10, 2005 - Image 66

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2005-11-10

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Moreno-Rubin

enise and Ed Moreno of
Berkley are pleased to
announce the engage-
ment of their daughter Tracy
Lynn to Gabriel Solomon Rubin,
son of Judy and Bob Rubin of
Huntington Woods.
Tracy holds a special education
degree from Michigan State
University and is an elementary
resource teacher in the L'Anse
Creuse school district.
Gabe holds a business degree
from the University of Denver and
is the president and owner of the
Rubin Real Estate Companies.

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s. Elaine Shulman and Dr. Eric Sigel were recently married
at the historic Stanley Hotel in Estes Park, Colo. Elaine is
the daughter of Gail Shulman and the late Leonard
Shulman. Eric is the son of Dolly and Norman Sigel.
The ceremony was officiated by Rabbi Stephen Booth Nadar and
Rabbi Mo Salth. The chuppah poles were held by the groom's friends
Edmund Shapiro and Steven Kamenir and the bride's brothers David
and Daniel Shulman. The poles were Aspen trees knocked down by an
avalanche that the groom found while hiking near Marble, Colo. The
chuppah was made from special tablecloths sewn together that origi-
nally belonged to the bride's grandmother and groom's mother.
The matron of honor was Terri Kasle LeRose and the bridesmaid
was Katie Choate. The groom's best man was his brother Glen. Mitch
Gevelber and Edie Unger played Israeli music on the saxophone and
flute for the ceremony.
The bride and groom honeymooned in Mexico and now reside in
Denver, Colo.

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November 10 . 2005 J7K

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