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May 13
Rebecca (Line) and
Rabbi Aaron Starr
of Troy are thrilled
to announce the
birth of their son,
Caleb Yishai Starr.
Proud grandparents
are Margie and
James Starr of Troy and James Line of
Sault Ste. Marie. Great-grandfather is
Wolf Gruca of Southfield. Caleb is lov-
ingly named for his maternal grand-
mother Carol Line and his paternal
uncle Jerry Starr; may they be remem-
bered as a blessing.

May 9
Nicole and Jamie
Ryke of Bloomfield
Hills lovingly
announce the birth
of their son, Jaden
Eddie. Sharing in
their happiness
are grandparents
Shelley Bordelove, Daniel Goldstone
and Elaine Ryke and great-grand-
parents Manuel Bordelove and Rita
Goldstone. Jaden Eddie is named in
loving memory of Edwin Bruce Ryke,
his grandfather.

May 6
Lea and Bill Narens
are so happy to
announce the
birth of their son,
Harrison Mac.
Also delighted are
his two big sisters,
Madison Mollie, 6,
and McKenzie Mae, 3. Harrison's arriv-
al was also warmly welcomed by his
grandparents Liz and David McLaury
and Judie and Ed Narens. He is named
after two of his parents' grandfathers.

April 7
Molly (Lupiloff-
Brazz) and James
Martin of Gilbert,
Ariz., are thrilled
to announce the
birth of their son,
Aidan James
(Avraham Yonah).
Excited big sister of Natalie Anne.
Sharing in their joy are proud grand-
parents Marlene Lupiloff and Bill
Brazz, Karen and Bill Morse, Robin
and Jim Martin. A loving welcome
was extended from great-grandmoth-
ers Marian Lupiloff and Vi Morse.
Aidan is named for his maternal
great-grandfather Albert Lupiloff and

maternal great-great-great-grandfa-
ther John Sodos.

Ethan Reid Chudler,
son of Dr. Beth Miral
and Kevin Chudler
and brother of Kyle,
will celebrate his bar
mitzvah at Temple
Israel Saturday, June
2. He is the grand-
child of Ethel and
Clifford Chudler and
Jean and Keith Lyddy. His proud great-
grandparents are Donna Jean and Jack
Hauri. He is also the great-grandchild
of the late Rose Feldman.
Ethan is a student at Orchard Lake
Middle School in West Bloomfield.
Volunteering at Gleaner's Book Bank
in Detroit was the mitzvah project he
felt was most meaningful.

Kelly Leigh Giuliani
will read from the
Torah on the occa-
sion of her bat mitz-
vah at Temple Israel
Friday, June 1. Her
parents are Terri and
Dr. James Giuliani
and her sister is
Lauren. Sharing in
the simchah will be her proud grandfa-
ther Jules Tabak. She is also the grand-
child of the late Estelle Tabak and the
late Frances and Albert Giuliani.
Kelly attends Abbott Middle School
in West Bloomfield. She felt volun-
teering at Danto Family Health Care
Center in West Bloomfield was a very
meaningful mitzvah project.

David Franklin

Gretchko, son of
Lisa and Steven
Gretchko and
brother of Benjamin,
will be called to read
from the Torah in
celebration of his bar
mitzvah at Temple
Israel Saturday, June
2. His grandparents are Judith and
Norman Sommers and Ilene Gretchko.
He is also the grandchild of the late Dr.
Seymour Gretchko.
David attends Derby Middle School
in Birmingham. His most meaning-
ful mitzvah project was working with
autistic youngsters through special
school programs during the last two
years; he will continue that work this

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