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October 23, 2008 - Image 121

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2008-10-23

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MAZEL TOV!

Oct. 1
Emily (Tompkins) and
Adam Fields of Denver,
Cola, are thrilled to
announce the birth
of their son, Cooper
Rowan (Samuel Avrahim
Hershel). Proud grand-
Fields
parents are Stuart and
Carolyn Tompkins of
Farmington Hills and Dr. Miriam Bower
Fields of Boulder, Colo. Ecstatic great-
grandmothers are Ruby Tompkins and
Lottie Koltonow. Cooper is named in lov-
ing memory of his paternal grandfather
Samuel Rowan Fields and his maternal
great-grandfathers Abe Tompkins and
Harry Koltonow.

Sept. 26

Marla (Falick) and
Jeffrey Kaminsky of
West Bloomfield are
elated to announce the
birth of their son, Riley
Samson Kaminsky
(Azriel Simcha). The
proud grandparents are
Elisa and Yale Falick of
Kaminsky
West Bloomfield and Roy
Kaminsky of Memphis,
Tenn. Riley is named in loving memory
of his maternal grandmother Roberta
Kaminsky and his paternal great-grand-
mother Sylvia Falick.

Sept. 12
Miriam (Grinshtein) and Eleizer Eber
of Houston, Texas, are
happy to announce the
birth of their son, Noam
Lev. His proud, first-
time grandparents are
Debi (Wexler) and Victor
Grinshtein of Houston
and Brenda and Eli Eber
of New York. Noam is
Eber
also the first great-grand-
son of Esther and Morry
Wexler of Boca Raton, Fla., formerly of
West Bloomfield.

Michael Austin Daniels will become
a bar mitzvah on Friday, Oct. 24, at the
Birmingham Temple in Farmington Hills.
He is the son of Allan and
Kelly Daniels, brother of
Leah and the grandson of
Larry and Sharon Daniels
and Lanny and Kathy
Austin. He is the great-
grandson of Virgil and
Louise Winfield.
Michael is in the
Daniels
eighth grade at East Hills

Middle School in Bloomfield Hills. He
participated in several mitzvah projects;
his most special project was assisting in a
wheelchair tennis instructional program
with Athletes Unlimited.

Amanda Paige
Goodman, daugh-
ter of Cindy and Ron
Goodman and sister of
Jordan, will celebrate
her bat mitzvah at
Temple Israel in West
Bloomfield Friday, Oct.
24. Sharing in the sim-
Amanda
chah will be her proud
Goodman
grandparents Mae and
Dr. Milt Goodman,
Sylvia Goodman and Dr. Charles
Goodman, and great-grandmother Rose
Covel.
Amanda attends Orchard Lake Middle
School in West Bloomfield. Among her
many mitzvah projects, she found making
baskets for Fleischman residents in West
Bloomfield to be her most meaningful
experience.

Cameron Mackenzie
Goodman will cel-
ebrate her bat mitzvah
at Temple Beth El
in Bloomfield Hills
Saturday, Oct. 25. She is
the daughter of Hilary
and Brian Goodman and
the
sister of Austin and
Cameron
Griffin.
Her proud grand-
Goodman
parents are Louise and
Hy Pilchik and Marilyn
and Barry Goodman.
Cameron attends West Hills Middle
School in Bloomfield Hills. Her most
meaningful mitzvah project was involve-
ment at the Friendship Circle in West
Bloomfield, where she continues to volun-
teer weekly.

Griffin Blake Goodman
will celebrate his bar
mitzvah at Temple Beth
El in Bloomfield Hills
Saturday, Oct. 25. He is
the son of Hilary and
Brian Goodman and the
brother of Austin and
Griffin
Cameron. His proud
Goodman
grandparents are Louise
and Hy Pilchik and
Marilyn and Barry Goodman.
Griffin attends West Hills Middle
School in Bloomfield Hills. His most
meaningful mitzvah project was involve-
ment at the Freindship Circle in West
Bloomfield.

Hannah Jewel Kohn,
together with her par-
ents, Leslee and Dr. Mark
Kohn, will celebrate her
bat mitzvah at Temple
Israel in West Bloomfield
on Friday, Oct. 24. Sharing
in the simchah will be
Kohn
her siblings, Melanie,
Brianna, Lacey and Noah.
Her grandparents are Phyllis Kohn and Roz
Benaim. She is also the grandchild of the
late Alan Kohn.
Hannah is a student at Orchard Lake
Middle School in West Bloomfield. Her most
meaningful mitzvah project was working
with Doorstep Homeless Shelter, where she
organized, collected and delivered items to
help those in need.

Jamie Nicole Kozlow
will lead the congrega-
tion at Temple Israel
in West Bloomfield on
Saturday, Oct. 25, as she
is called to the bimah in
honor of her bat mitzvah.
She is the daughter of
Kozlow
Michelle and Dr. Daniel
Kozlow and the sister of
Zachary and Griffin. Also sharing the sim-
chah will be her proud grandparents Carol
and Bob Kozlow, Susan and Richard Rogel
and Gerald Ross.
Jamie attends Berkshire Middle School
in Beverly Hills. Her most meaningful
mitzvah project involved making canvas
bags and selling them to help save the
Earth.

John Eric Mansfield,
son of Maureen and
Mike Mansfield, cel-
ebrated his bar mitzvah
during Havdalah ser-
vices Saturday, Oct. 11,
at Temple Israel in West
Bloomfield. He is the
Mansfield
brother of Rebecca and
the grandson of Deborah
Weisserman, Elenore and Jack Mansfield.
He is also the grandson of the late Harold
Weisserman,
John is a student at East Middle School
in Farmington Hills. His mitzvah project
was to help to rebuild a home in the Rebuild
Together Oakland County program by doing
drywailing and other necessary projects.

Alec Stuart Segel, son of Carol Graff Segel
and Dr. Mark Segel, will celebrate his bar
mitzvah during Havdalah services at Temple
Israel in West Bloomfield Saturday, Oct. 25.
He is the brother of Blake. His proud grand-
parents are Laurie and Chester Figg and Sara
Lee Segel. He is also the grandson of the late

Stuart A. Graff and the
late Louis Segel.
Alec is a student at
Roeper Middle School in
Bloomfield Hills. Among
his many mitzvah projects,
he was involved in a recy-
cling water bottle project
Segel
for the Franklin Racquet
Club in Southfield and felt
this was a meaningful experience.

Adam Burt Duchin
Shapiro (Baruch
Eliyahou) will be called
to the Torah as a bar
mitzvah during the
Havdalah service on
Saturday, Oct. 25, at
Congregation Shaarey
Shapiro
Zedek Southfield. He is
the son of Amy Shapiro
and the late Burt Duchin.
Proud grandparents are Ceil Duchin of
Southfield, Golda and Edward Shapiro of
West Bloomfield. He is also the grandson
of the late George Duchin.
Adam attends Norup International
School in Oak Park and completed several
mitzvah projects through Federation's
Mentor Connection.

Zoe Soble, daughter of
Michelle and David Soble,
sister of Noah, grand-
daughter of Irving and
Doreen Lichtman and
Doree and Kenneth Soble,
will be called to Torah on
Saturday, Oct. 25, at Adat
Soble
Shalom Synagogue in
Farmington Hills.
Among her mitzvah projects, Zoe makes
decorative soaps for clients of Jewish
Family Service of Metropolitan Detroit.

Zoe Elana Yedwab will
read from the Torah as
she celebrates her bat
mitzvah at Temple Israel
in West Bloomfield,
Saturday, Oct.25. She is
the daughter of Wendy
and Rabbi Paul Yedwab
Yedwab
and the sister of Ariella
and Jesse. Sharing in
the simchah will be her
grandparents Sally Hertzbach and Rabbi
Stanley Yedwab. She is also the grandchild
of the late Morris Hertzbach and the late
Myra Yedwab.
Zoe is a student at Abbott Middle
School in West Bloomfield. She felt help-
ing at Motor City Mitzvah Day was the
most meaningful of all her many mitzvah
projects.

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