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September 07, 2006 - Image 97

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2006-09-07

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Maze' Toy!

Aug. 17

Jeffrey and Stacey Silverman
(Tevlo) of Bloomfield Hills are
thrilled to announce the birth
of their son, Cole Logan
Silverman (Tzvi Eliezer Lev).
Cole is the
little brother
of Ryan, Reese
and Makenna.
He is the
grandson
of Richard
and Ronna
Silverman
Silverman
of Bloomfield Hills and the late
Carol Silverman, Irvin Tevlo of Oak
Park and Marlene Tevlo of West .
Bloomfield. Cole Logan is named
in loving memory of his paternal
grandmother Carol Silverman and
his maternal great-grandmothers
Ethel Tevlo and Lili Green. He is
the great-grandson of Flo Gaynes.

July 23

Beth and Judah Isaacs of Oak Park
are thrilled to announce the birth
of their son, Eitan Raphael.
Welcoming
Eitan home
are his broth-
ers Uri, 6,
Gavi, 3 1/2,
and his half-
sister Yona,
Isaacs
13. Sharing in
the happiness
are grandparents Joel and Rosalie
Rosenthal of Boynton Beach, Fla.,
and Joakim and Shelamith Isaacs
of Jerusalem, Israel. He is also the
grandson of the late Helene Isaacs.

March 18
Alissa (Schwartzenfeld) and
Jeremy Stolberg of Chicago
announce with
much love the
birth of their
daughter, Ava
Fallyn (Aviva
Perach).
Sharing in
their joy are
Stolberg
grandparents
Nancy and Dr. Ted Schwartzenfeld
of West Bloomfield and Carol and
Charles Stolberg of Highland Park,
Ill. Proud great-grandparents are
Lillian and Irving Feldman of West
Bloomfield and Ruth Stolberg
of Glenview, Ill. Ava Fallyn is
named in loving memory of her
maternal great-grandfather Alfred
Schwartzenfeld and her paternal
great-grandmother Fela Fryde. Ava
is also the great-granddaughter of
the late Rachel Schwartzenfeld, the

late Henry Fryde and the late Alex
Stolberg.

Feb. 22
Lindsey (Liss) Gell and Jeffrey
Gell of Chicago welcome with
much love the birth of their son,
Levi Cole
(Levi Caleb).
Welcoming
Levi home
with much
excitement is
big brother
Gell
Jesse, 21
months. Proud
grandparents are Beverly and
Arthur Lis of Bloomfield Hills and
Vera and Jimmy Gell of Franklin.
Proud great-grandmother is Lola
Schoenberger. Levi Cole is named
in loving memory of his maternal
great-grandmother Lena Bein and
paternal great-grandmother Carol
Gell.

Bonnie and the late John
Cavalier.
Marc is in the eighth grade at
Warner Middle School in Farm-
ington Hills. He and friends
raised money for Heifer
International by performing a
rock concert and selling hats at
their school. The organization
provides farm animals to under-
privileged families throughout
the world.

Alexander Sachs Finkelstein
will celebrate his bar mitzvah
as he is
called to
the Torah
during
Havdalah
services
Saturday,
Sept. 9, at
Temple
Finkelstein
Israel. He
is the son of Elnora and James
Finkelstein and the brother of
Jack Gordon Canvasser
Ian and Olivia. His proud grand-
(Menachem Mendel), son of Bob parents are Florence and Dr.
and Robyn Canvasser of West
Lionel Finkelstein. He is also the
Bloomfield, will be called to the
grandchild of the late Loretta
Torah as a bar mitzvah Saturday, and the late James Austell.
Sept. 9, at Congregation
Alex is a student at Orchard
Shaarey Zedek Southfield.
Lake Middle School in West
He is the brother of Ben and the • Bloomfield. One of his mitzvah
grandson of Maxine and Byron
,projects involved playing drums
Canvasser of Bloomfield Hills and at Temple Israel's services; this
Roberta
was especially meaningful to
and
him.
Richard
Kohn of
Alana Paige Goldstein will
Columbus, be called to the Torah as a bat
Ohio.
mitzvah at
Jack is
Temple
an eighth-
Israel
grader at
Saturday,
Canvasser
Hillel Day
Sept. 9.
School
She is the
of Metropolitan Detroit in
daughter
Farmington Hills. One of his
of Drs.
mitzvah projects was to help
Marcie
distribute food for Yad Ezra in
Goldstein
and Kevin
Berkley.
Goldstein
and the
Marc Efros (Mordechai
sister of Scott. Proud grand-
Daniel) of Farmington Hills
parents are Sandy and Arnie
became a bar mitzvah Saturday,
Oleinick and Renee and Walter
Sept. 2, at Temple Kol Ami.
Von Gizycki. She is also the
He is the son of Barry and Kim
grandchild of the late Jerome
Efros,
Goldstein.
brother of
Alana is an eighth-grade
Brian and
student at Walled Lake Middle
Marissa
School. Her most meaningful
Efros and
mitzvah project was volunteer-
grandson
ing at the Fleischman Residence
of Jerry
in West Bloomfield.
and the
411Zs.
late Ada
Efros
Efros,

Tyler Edward Hantman
will read from the Torah on the
occasion of his bar mitzvah at
Temple
Israel
Saturday,
Sept.
9. His par-
ents are
Julie and
Michael
Hantman
and he is
Hantman
the broth-
er of Harry. Proud grandparents
are Flora Goldfarb, Charles
Goldfarb, Sharon Finch and
Geraldine and Louis Hantman.
Tyler is a student at Orchard
Lake Middle School in West
Bloomfield. His most meaning-
ful mitzvah project was making
Purim parcels and distributing
them to residents at Menorah
House.

Michael Hoffman, son of
Michelle and Jim Hoffman,
will celebr.ate his bar mitz-
vah Saturday, Sept. 9, at
Congregation B'nai
Jehudah
in
Overland
Park, Kan.
He is the
brother
of Jason
and the
grandson
Hoffman
of Gloria
and David
Zatkin of Southfield, Helene and
Richard Hoffman of Ridgewood,
N. J., and the late Barbara and
the late Melvin Frankenstein.
Michael attends Overland
Trail Middle School and enjoyed
working with the Special
Olympics softball league as his
mitzvah project this past sum-
mer.

Ross Harrison Isdaner, son
of Julie I. Marcano and Scott R.
Isdaner, will celebrate his bar
mitzvah at
Temple
1 Israel
Friday,
Sept. 8.
He is the
brother
of Remy,
Alexandra
Isdaner
and
Danee. His
proud grandparents are Eileen
and Harold Isdaner and Evelyn

1

and Ed Rosen.
Ross is a student at Detroit
Country Day School in Beverly
Hills. He felt it very meaningful
to volunteer his time feeding the
homeless through Jewish Family
Service and Jewish Big Brothers.

Alex Jordan Meisel, son of
Karen and Lennie Meisel and
brother
of Austin,
will be
called to
the Torah
as a bar
mitzvah
Saturday,
Sept. 9, at
Meisel
Temple
Israel.
His proud grandparents are
Sylvia and Harold Weingart
and Yetta Meisel. He is also the
grandchild of the late Irvin
Meisel.
Alex attends Walled Lake
Middle School. He felt it was
very meaningful to donate
funds to the American Society
for Prevention of Cruelty to
Animals as one of his mitzvah
projects.

Cameron Blake Schwalb
(Simcha Yacov), son of Lauri
and Dr. Jeffrey Schwalb, was
called to
read from
the Torah
as a bar
mitzvah
Friday,
Sept. 1, at
Temple
Israel.
Schwalb
Excited
brother
and sister are Chad and Chloe.
Also sharing his special time
were proud grandparents Flora
and Harold Cherny, Ilene and
Roland Schwalb, Lynne Levy
and great-grandmother Ida
Cherny. He is also the great-
grandchild of the late Irene
Gurwin.
Cameron attends West Hills
Middle School in Bloomfield
Hills. His most meaningful
mitzvah project was preparing
and delivering gift packages to
children who are ill and in the
pediatric intensive care unit at
Beaumont Hospital.

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