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March 04, 2010 - Image 68

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2010-03-04

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ariBat Mitzvah
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Dec. 6
Jenna Wunder
and Scott Stewart
of Ann Arbor are
thrilled to announce
the birth of their
son, Levi Maxwell
(Matisyahu Israel).
with love are
proud grand-
parents Gail and Alby Berman of
West Bloomfield, Walter Stewart of
Bloomfield Hills, Rosellen Gliner of
Farmington Hills and Theresa and
Martin Wunder of Windsor. Also
sharing in the joy is ecstatic great-
grandmother Sophie Richman of
West Bloomfield. Levi Maxwell is
named in loving memory of his very
special great-grandfathers, Melville
Richman, Israel Pasternac and Max

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Jessica (Fischer)
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thrilled to announce
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and Frank and Laura Ann Migliore
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and the late Theresa Migliore. Alexis

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Samantha Leigh
Grosinger will
celebrate her bat
mitzvah on Saturday,
March 6, as she leads
the Havdalah service
at Congregation
Shaarey Zedek
Southfield. She is
the daughter of Amy
and Eric Grosinger and sister of Ryan
and Bennett. Samantha is delighted

is named in loving memory of
Etta Bardi, Alexandra Graham and
Theresa Migliore.

Oct. 20
Susie (Zorn) and
David Aisner of
West Bloomfield are
thrilled to announce
the birth of their
son, Daniel Joseph
(Daniel Yosef).
Delighted grand-
parents are Steve
and Lila Zorn of West Bloomfield,
Ida Aisner of Farmington Hills
and great-grandfather Abraham
Lubinyetsky. He is also the
grandson of the late Alexander
Aisner. Welcoming him home with
love and joy are his older brother,
Alex, 7, and sister Maya, 5. Daniel
is named in loving memory of his
maternal great-uncle Joseph Kash.

May 21
Marilyn (Kupfer)
and Aaron Kales of
Orchard Lake are
thrilled to announce
the birth of their
daughter, Kara
Rose. Excited big
brother Andrew, 6,
can't wait to teach
Kara everything he knows. Also
welcoming Kara are grandparents
Henry and Stefa Kupfer of Oak Park
and Paul and Lorraine Kales of West
Bloomfield. Kara is named in lov-
ing memory of her maternal great-
grandmother Maria Kupfer and her
paternal great-grandmother Rose

to have her grandparents Maxine
and Herb Weinberg and Roberta and
Emery Grosinger share in her sim-
Samantha attends Hillel Day
School of Metropolitan Detroit in
Farmington Hills and has partici-
pated in many mitzvah projects. Her
most meaningful was collecting and
donating blankets and toys to the
Michigan Humane Society.

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