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October 11, 2007 - Image 68

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2007-10-11

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Mazel Toy!

Sept. 6
Mindy (Hayman) and
Lawrence Markle are
pleased to announce
the birth of their son,
Adam Chase Markle.
Excited grandparents are
Anita and Alan Hayman
Markle
of Bloomfield Hills and
Rochelle and Dr. Charles
Mande of West Bloomfield. Sharing in the
joy is great-grandmother Shirley Platt.
Adam is named in loving memory of his
great-grandmother Ada Hayman and his
great-aunt Ceil Frank.

Sept. 3
Stacie (Winston) and
Ryan Berman of West
Bloomfield are proud to
announce the birth of
their daughter, Sloane
Leia. Sharing in their joy
are grandparents Laurie
Sloane
and Peter Winston and
Berman
Kathy and Jay Dreifus,
all of West Bloomfield, and Robin and Ron
Berman of Jupiter Island, Fla. Also sharing
in their happiness are great-grandparents
Ann and Leonard Goodman of Bloomfield
Hills, Bernice Berman of West Bloomfield
and great-great-grandmother Esther
Kaplan of Southfield.

Aug. 31
Ilene Goldfine and Jesse
Carrillo of Bellaire,
Texas, are thrilled to
announce the birth of
their daughter, Rachel
Goldfine Carrillo (Batya
Eden). She is welcomed
Carrillo
home with excitement by
her big sister, Madelyn,
21/2. Sharing in their happiness are proud
grandparents Caron and Mike Goldfine of
Farmington Hills and Emilia and Roberto
Sanchez of San Antonio, Texas. Also sharing
in their joy are great-grandparents Bill and
Gert Feldman of West Bloomfield. Rachel is
named in loving memory of her great-aunt
Barbara Bernstein and her great-grand-
mother Edith Goldfine.

Aug. 23
Rabbi Daniel and Melissa Fellman of New
Jersey announce the birth of their son,
Zachary Charles Fellman. He is named
for his maternal grandfather Charles
Ellstein. Grandparents are Dr. Carol
Ellstein and Joe Wildberg of Wolverine,
Mich., and Bev and Dick Fellman of
Omaha, Neb. Great-grandmother is
Eleanore Ellstein of Redford.

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October 11 • 2007

June 4
Emily (Grey) and Jordan
Berman of Carlsbad,
Calif., are ecstatic to
announce the birth
of their son, Jonah
Jeffrey (Yaakov Yosef).
Sharing in their excite-
Jonah
ment are grandparents
Berman
Ruth and James Grey of
Farmington Hills and Sandi and Buddy
Gilbert of Owings Mills, Md. Also sharing
in their happiness are great-grandparents
Sarah and John Nemon of Farmington
Hills and Tamarac, Fla. Jonah is named
in loving memory of his maternal uncle
Jeffrey Grey and his paternal grandfather
Joseph Blickstein.

Daniel Harrison Bakst
(Gedaliah Ze'ev) of
Huntington Woods will
be called to the Torah as
a bar mitzvah Saturday,
Oct. 13, at Temple
Emanu-El in Oak Park.
He is the son of Wendy
Bakst
and Marc Bakst and
the brother of Noah
and Chloe. Also sharing in this special
occasion will be grandparents Janet and
Leonard Bakst, Carolynne Littman and
Rena and Marvin Littman.
Danny is in the eighth grade at Norup
International School in Oak Park. He chose
as one of his mitzvah projects to spend
two weeks this past summer assisting the
Huntington Woods day camp staff.

Jonathan Abraham
Mahlin Bloom, together
with his parents Nancy
Mahlin and Stuart
Bloom, will celebrate
his bar mitzvah dur-
ing Havdalah services,
Saturday, Oct. 13, at
Bloom
Temple Israel in West
Bloomfield. He is the
grandchild of Dr. Murray and Dorothy
Mahlin, Charlotte Bloom and the late
Jerome Bloom.
Jonathan is an eighth-grade student at
Birmingham Covington School. He visited
a JARC group home on several occasions
and felt spending time visiting and help-
ing the residents was a very meaningful
mitzvah experience.

Derek James Freed will read from the
Torah as he celebrates his bar mitzvah at
Temple Israel in West Bloomfield Saturday,
Oct. 13. He is the son of Pamela and Ari
Freed and the brother of Evan. His proud
grandparents are Carolyn and Dr. Milton

Jacobs and Mikie and
Gerald Freed.
Derek attends Orchard
Lake Middle School in
West Bloomfield. His
most meaningful mitz-
vah project involved
donating funds he had
saved to buy gifts for a
family with five children
during the holidays and delivering the gifts
in person through "Helping Hands

Brenna Elizabeth
Gildenberg, daughter
of Suzanne and Stuart
Gildenberg, will be
called to the Torah
as a bat mitzvah on
Saturday, Oct. 13 during
Havdalah services at
Gildenberg
Congregation Shaarey
Zedek Southfield.
Sharing in this special occasion will
be Brenna's sister Melissa, her brother
Mitchell and grandparents David and
Vivian Gildenberg and Dr. Jules Altman.
She is also the grandchild of the late
Deborah Altman and great-grandchild of
the late Leah Levine.
Brenna attends Hillel Day School of
Metropolitan Detroit in Farmington Hills.
She volunteered at Yad Ezra in Berkley as
her mitzvah project.

Joshua Aaron
Kreitman will be called
to the Torah as a bar
mitzvah on Saturday,
Oct. 13, at Congregation
B'nai Moshe in West
Bloomfield. He is the
son of proud parents,
Kreitman
Barbara and Kevan
Kreitman, and the
brother of Seth, Doree and Sarah. Sharing
in this simchah will be his grandparents
Suzie and Johnny Katz and Rene and Max
Kreitman. Joshua is also the grandson of
the late Dorothy Katz.
Joshua is an eighth-grade student at
Warner Middle School in Farmington
Hills. His mitzvah projects included vol-
unteering at Yad Ezra in Berkley, where
he helped distribute food and stock the
shelves.

Kreitman

Seth Daniel Kreitman
will be called to the
Torah as a bar mitz-
vah on Saturday, Oct.
13, at Congregation
B'nai Moshe in West
Bloomfield. He is the
son of proud parents,
Barbara and Kevan

Kreitman, and the brother of Joshua,
Doree and Sarah. Sharing in this simchah
will be his grandparents Suzie and Johnny
Katz and Rene and Max Kreitman. Seth is
also the grandson of the late Dorothy Katz.
Seth is an eighth-grade student at
Warner Middle School in Farmington
Hills. His mitzvah projects included vol-
unteering at Yad Ezra in Berkley, where
he helped distribute food and stock the
shelves.

Sydney Ilana Marcus
will be called to the
Torah as a bat mitzvah
on Saturday, Oct. 13, at
Congregation Beth
Shalom in Oak Park.
She is the daughter
of Michelle Black and
Marcus
Howard Marcus and
the older sister of Ari
Marcus. Sydney is the granddaughter of
Ruth and David Marcus, Carol Black and
the late Sidney Black.
Sydney is a student at Norup
International School in Oak Park. For
her mitzvah project, she enthusiastically
volunteered at Beth Shalom's own Gan
Shalom Summer Camp throughout the
summer.

Charlotte Elli Master,
daughter of Dr. Deanna
and Neil Master, will
celebrate her bat mitz-
vah at Temple Israel in
West Bloomfield dur-
ing Havdalah services
Saturday,
Oct. 13. She is
Master
the sister of Harry and
Frances. Her grandpar-
ents are Charlotte and George Asker and
Carole Master. She is also the grandchild
of the late Eli Master.
Charlotte attends Hillside Middle School
in Northville. She felt her most meaning-
ful mitzvah project was organizing a pizza
fundraiser at the Northville Swim Club
for St. Jude Children's Cancer Research
Hospital., Memphis

Joshua Alec Noble will
become a bar mitzvah
on Friday, Oct. 12, at
Temple Emanu-El in
Oak Park. He is the son
of Dave Noble and Elana
Sullivan and the step-
son of Patrick Sullivan.
Noble
Joshua is the grandson
of Bob and Sandy Noble,
Euni Michelson and Al and Helen Prizlow.
Josh is an eighth-grader at Berkshire
Middle School in Beverly Hills. Among his
mitzvah projects, he volunteered at Yad

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