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January 08, 2009 - Image 89

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2009-01-08

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NTERIAINMENT

Gedridge-Sher

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olen Marya Gedridge and Frederick
Charles Sher exchanged vows under
the chuppah at Temple Emanu-El in
Oak Park. Rabbi Joseph P. Klein and Cantor
Darcie Sharlein officiated at the ceremony.
Jolen is the daughter of Robert and Diane
Gedridge of Trenton, Mich. She is employed
at the law offices of Samuel I. Bernstein and
is proprietor of a hand-dyed yarn business
called Wee Woolies by Jolen.
Frederick is the son of Robert Sher of
West Bloomfield and Janice Fineman of
Phoenix, Ariz. He is employed at Comspec
International Inc.
A joyous celebration with family and friends continued at Ginapolis
Restaurant in Farmington Hills. Afterward, the couple enjoyed their honeymoon
in Hawaii and currently reside in Livonia.

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Robbins 50th

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elene and Merton Robbins of
Novi celebrated their 50th wed-
ding anniversary recently at
Ginopolis' on the Grill. They were married
on Jan. 3, 1959. Their children are Amy and
George Dickstein, Linda and Brad Hammer,
and Michelle and Greg Robbins. Their five
wonderful grandchildren are Margo and
Brian Dickstein, Laura and Jon Hammer, and
Cara Robbins.

Dryman 90th

Tradition!Tradition!

Alicia R. Nelson 248.557.0109 www.allthingsjewish.com

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ormer Detroiter now of Scottsdale,
Ariz., Bernice "Bunny" Dryman
celebrated her 90th birthday on Jan.
1. A party in her honor was given by her
son and daughter-in-law, Mel and Wendy
Dryman of Scottsdale at the Starfire Country
Club. Also there to help her celebrate were
her grandchildren, Kim Contino and her
husband Chris of Mooresville, N.C., Jodi
Krusely and her husband, Tom, of Antioch,
Ill., Kevin and his wife, Valerie, of Buffalo
Grove, Ill., Brad Elson of Chicago, and great-
grandchildren, Jake and Gabi Contino, Noah
and Logan Krusely, as well as niece Liz
Walters and lots of friends.

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