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December 30, 2010 - Image 42

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2010-12-30

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Nov. 26
Ben and Suzie
(Cohen) Skigen of
Lakewood, Colo.,
happily welcome
their daughter
Claire Estelle into
hearts and
family. Maternal
grandparents, for-
mer Motowners Donald and Anne
(Barkhouse) Cohen of Lakewood, are
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and Margie Skigen, all from the
Metro Denver, Colo., area. Longtime
Detroit and Oak Park resident, ador-
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Jaffe, is presently living in Denver.
Claire Estelle is named after both
her great-great-grandmothers Ethel
Schossberger and Estelle Skigen, as
well as for her maternal great-grand-
mother Enna Barkhouse.

Nov. 23
Katrina Knight and
Corey Schiffman of
Clarkston are happy
to announce the
birth of their son,
Cameron Miles.
Proud grandparents
are Leonard and
Maureen Schiffman of
Novi. Also welcoming Cameron home
are joyful great-grandparents Natalie
and Lester Geisman of Delray Beach,

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December 30 • 2010


Herbert Aubrey
Meisner of
Cincinnati, Ohio, was
called to the Torah
as a bar mitzvah
at Adath Israel in
Cincinnati. Sharing
in this simchah were
his parents, Pamela
and David Meisner,
along with his sister Meryl Bess and
brothers Harry Samuel, Louis Morris,
Nathan Joseph and Ivan Isadore.
Proud grandparents are Hotchie Pastor
of Cincinnati and Lillian and Irving
Meisner of Southfield. Herbert is
also the grandson of the late Herbert
Herbert attends Wyoming, Ohio,
Middle School. His mitzvah projects
included, among others, the Mitzvah

Fla. Remembered are late great-grand-
parents Miles Greenwald and Betty and
Myron Schiffman.

Nov. 12
Audrey Greenberg
and Amiel Gross
of Los Angeles,
Calif., are pleased to
announce the birth
of their daughter,
Lauren Harper
Gross. Lauren's
are William and Joann Greenberg
of West Bloomfield and Kathy and
Donnie Gross of Austin, Texas. Great-
grandmother is Goldie Kramer of
West Bloomfield.

Oct. 14
Dan and Jennifer
(Newman) Eppley of
Chicago, Ill., welcome
with much love the
birth of their son, Ari
Dov (Moshe Shmuel).
Very excited big sis-
ters are Ava Rose and
Lilly Grace. Sharing
in their happiness are proud grand-
parents "Bubbie" Linda and "Papa"
Howie Newman of Waterford. Thrilled
great-grandmothers are Beatrice Matz
of Chicago and Ann Newman of West
Bloomfield. Ari is named in loving
memory of his great-grandfather
Charlie Newman.

Jamie Hannah
Menuck, daughter of
Jill and Craig Menuck,
read from the Torah
on the occasion of
her bat mitzvah on
Saturday, Nov.27,
at Congregation
Shaarey Zedek in
Southfield. Also par-
ticipating were her brother Miles and
sister Casie, proud grandparents Drs.
Harris and Phoebe Mainster and Allen
and Jackie Menuck, and great-grand-
mother Shirley Sweet.
Jamie attends Hillel Day School of
Metropolitan Detroit in Farmington
Hills. She has participated in many
mitzvah projects, the most meaningful
of which was stuffing bears for child
patients at the Shaare Zedek Medical
Center in Jerusalem; she will deliver 65
stuffed bears to the hospital when her
class visits Israel in May 2011.

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