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October 19, 2006 - Image 112

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2006-10-19

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Mazel Toy!

In Celebration of the
90th Birthdays of
Abe and Sylvia Pearlman

Aug. 29
Susan (Katz) and
Jeffrey Scheinker of
Kalamazoo welcome
with love the birth
of their daughter,
Olivia Judith
(Sarah Yehudit).
Sharing in their joy
are first-time grandparents Marsha
and Barry Levine of Farmington Hills,
Angela and Jack Katz of Monroe and
Jeanne and Paul Scheinker of Livonia.
Proud great-grandmother is Shirley
Scheinker of Southfield. Olivia Judith is
named in loving memory of her paternal
great-grandmother Sally Forman and
her maternal grandmother Judith Katz.

May the coming years continue
to be filled with the warm love
of your family and Friends

With Love,
Jimmy, Jill and Wendy


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Alysa (Shwedel)
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of Scarsdale, N.Y.,
announce with
much love the
birth of their son,
Matthew David
(Dovid Benjamin).
Welcoming Matthew home are big
sisters Emma, 6, and Sara, 3 1/2.
Sharing in their happiness are grand-
parents Adrienne and Paul Shwedel
of Commerce Township and Beverly
and Henry Hantgan of New York City.
Delighted great-grandmothers are Betty
Shwedel of Farmington Hills and Harriet
Shandel of New York City. Matthew
David is named in memory of two very
special men, paternal great-grandfather
David Hantgan and maternal great-
grandfather Ben Shwedel.

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Seth Michael
Brown, son of
Pamela and Jeffrey
and brother of
Chloe, will become
a bar mitzvah
Saturday, Oct. 21,
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Southfield. Proud grandparents are
Sharon and Richard Brown, Marlene
Meyers and Phyllis and Milton Meyers.

Corey Shea
Docks (Shai
Zecharia), son of
Gayle Docks and
Dr. Gary Docks,
will be called to
the Torah as a bar
mitzvah Saturday,
Oct. 21, during
Havdalah servic-
es at Temple Israel. Corey is grateful to
have his grandparents Ruthe and Harry
Moss sharing his special day. He is also
the grandson of the late Sol and the late
Beatrice Docks.
Corey attends Berkshire Middle
School in Beverly Hills. His most mean-
ingful recent mitzvah was singing with
the children's choir at the memorial ser-
vice of his friend Cantor Steven Dubov.

Maude Hannah
Etkin will read
from the Torah
as she celebrates
her bat mitzvah at
Temple Israel
Saturday, Oct. 21.
She is the daugh-
ter of Judith and
Douglas Etkin
and the sister of Stephanie. Her proud
grand- parents are Debbie and Jerome
Glassman and Toby Etkin. She is also the
grandchild of the late Alex Etkin.
Maude attends Cranbrook Kingswood
Middle School in Bloomfield Hills. The
mitzvah project she felt was most mean-
ingful was spending a day visiting with
senior citizens at Menorah House in

Brianna Joye
Kohn, daughter
of Leslee and Dr.
Mark Kohn, will
celebrate her bat
mitzvah as she
reads from Torah
at Temple Israel,
Friday, Oct. 20.
She is the sister of
Melanie, Hannah, Lacey and Noah. She
is the grandchild of Roz Benaim and
Phyllis Kohn. She is also the grandchild
of the late Alan Kohn.
Brianna is a student at Orchard Lake
Middle School in West Bloomfield.
Her most meaningful mitzvah project
involved organizing a party for children
at a homeless shelter and celebrating
birthdays with them.

Emily Frances Liebman will cel-
ebrate her bat mitzvah Sunday, Oct. 22,
at Adat Shalom Synagogue. She

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