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Family Focus

MAZEL

Dec. 26
Laura Gerlants and
Jordan Rosenberg of
Waterford are over-
joyed to announce the
birth of their daughter,
Laya Chana Gerlants.
Proud grandparents
Gerlants
are Alexander and
Svetlana Gerlants of
Waterford and Sheldon and Debbie
Rosenberg of West Bloomfield. Great-
grandparents are Luba Faybusovich and
Helen Shapiro. Laya is named in loving
memory of great-grandmother Rivka
Laya Faybusovich.

Oct. 18
Susie (Barnett) and
Jared Sherr of New
York, N.Y., are thrilled
to announce the birth
of their son, Rowan
Jon Sherr. The proud
first-time grandpar-
ents are Miles and
Debbie Barnett of West
Bloomfield and Alan and
Claudia Sherr of Northport, N.Y. Excited
great-grandparents include Betty Weiss
of Farmington Hills, Roberta Laken of
Baltimore, Md., and Ruth Sherr of Boca
Raton, Fla. Late great-grandparents are
Sidney Weiss, Thelma and Lewis Barnett,
Richard Laken and Bernard Sherr. Rowan
was named after his great-grandfather
Richard Laken and his great-aunt Joan
Friedman.

Aug. 12
Gayle (Friedman)
and Lorne Gold of
Huntington Woods are
thrilled to announce
the birth of their son,
Jackson Hart (Hillel
Yair). Jackson was
Gold
welcomed home by
his excited big sister
Madeline, 3. Sharing in their happiness
are proud grandparents Beverly and
Fred Apel of West Bloomfield, Francine
and Edward Gold of Bloomfield Hills,
and Harry Friedman of Novi. Jackson is
named in loving memory of his paternal
great-grandmother Hilda Gold.

Benjamin Louis
(Ben) Brockmeyer-
Bernard will be
called to the Torah
as a bar mitzvah on
Saturday, March 26,
at Congregation
Beth Shalom in Oak
Brockmeyer-
Park. He is the son of
Bernard
Monica Brockmeyer
and Ken Bernard and
the younger brother of Maggie. Proud
grandparents are Anaruth and Henri
Bernard and Richard Brockmeyer. Ben
is also the grandson of the late Mary
Brockmeyer.
Ben is a seventh-grade student at
Hillel Day School of Metropolitan
Detroit in Farmington Hills. For his
mitzvah project, he collected return-
able bottles and cans and solicited
sponsors in the 2010 "Run for Water
Project" to raise money and awareness
for the Global Water Action program,
which supports access to fresh drink-
ing water in Africa.

Jacob Ross
Galperin, son of Jodi
and Robert Galperin
and brother of
Jordan, will be called
to the bimah to read
from the Torah on
the occasion of his
Galperin
bar mitzvah Friday,
March 25, at Temple
Israel in West Bloomfield. His proud
grandparents are Susan and Gary
Weinberg and Marlene and Frederick
Galperin.
Jacob attends Geisler Middle School
in Commerce Township. He felt vol-
unteering at Yad Ezra in Berkley was
the most meaningful of his mitzvah
projects.

Henri Ethan Gross
(Eitan Issar) of
Huntington Woods
will be called to the
Torah Saturday, March
26, at Congregation
Aish HaTorah in

Oak Park. His proud
Gross
parents are Matthew
and Elena Gross. His
older brother is Aaron; younger sister is
Amelia. Henri's kvelling grandparents
are Michael and Carol Udman and Ken
and Mimi Pritz. He is also the grandson
of the late Michael Gross.
Henri is a seventh-grade student at
Norup International School in Oak Park.

Ryan Mitchell
Kozin, son of Angela
and Mark Kozin and
brother of Jenna, will
read from the Torah
at Temple Israel
in West Bloomfield
Saturday, March 26,
Kozin
as he celebrates his
bar mitzvah. His
proud grandparents are Renee Silver,
Annette and Frank Kozin and Suzanne
Anderson. He also is the grandson of
the late Louis Silver.
Ryan attends Clifford Smart Middle
School in Commerce Township.
Helping at Friendship Circle in West
Bloomfield was the mitzvah project he
felt to be most meaningful.

Chase Scout Rosett,
son of Megan Rosett
and Jayson and
Lauren Rosett, will
lead the congrega-
tion at Temple Israel
in West Bloomfield
Saturday, March 26,
Rosett
as he reads from the
Torah on the occasion
of his bar mitzvah. He is the brother of
Levi and River. Sharing in the simchah
will be grandparents Betty and Larry
Weinberg, Barbara and Robert Rosett,
Carol Weinberg and Michael Smith and
Paula and Michael Shapiro.
Chase is a student at Derby Middle
School in Birmingham. He felt it
was especially meaningful to make
a contribution to the Heart Research
Institute at Cleveland Clinic as one of
his mitzvah projects.

Mia Rebecca Rubin
will celebrate her bat
mitzvah on Saturday,
March 26, at Adat
Shalom Synagogue
in Farmington Hills.
Her proud parents are
Michele and Howard
Rubin
Rubin and her sister
is Danielle. Sharing in
her simchah will be proud grandpar-
ents Elaine Brickman and Sidney and
Marilyn Rubin. She is also the daugh-
ter of the later Dr. Murray Brickman.
Mia is a seventh-grader at Walnut
Creek Middle School in Walled Lake.
Among her many mitzvah projects,
she felt volunteering at the Friendship
Circle in West Bloomfield was the most
meaningful.

Alec Sandberg, son
of Jay Sandberg and
Alissa Goldfaden,
will be called to
the Torah as a bar
mitzvah on Saturday,
March 26, at Adat
Shalom Synagogue
Sandberg
in Farmington Hills.
Sharing in his simchah will be his
brother Max, sister Madeline, grand-
mother Sarah Goldfaden, and many
aunts, uncles and cousins. Alec is
also the grandson of the late Louis
Goldfaden and the late Arthur and
Marion Sandberg.
He is a seventh-grader at Orchard
Lake Middle School in West
Bloomfield. Alec's most meaningful
mitzvah project was volunteering in
the Miracle League through the West
Bloomfield-based Friendship Circle.

Caroline Peterson
Sucher will read from
the Torah as she cel-
ebrates her bat mitz-
vah at Temple Israel
in West Bloomfield
Saturday, March 26.
She is the daughter of
Kristen and Jonathan
Sucher
Sucher. Her siblings,
Cole and Catherine,
and her proud grandparents Mary
and Ronald Peterson and Sharon and
Marvin Sucher will share in the joy of
the simchah.
Caroline is a student at Orchard Lake
Middle School in West Bloomfield.
She participated in a community gar-
dening project through Greening of
Detroit and felt this was an important
mitzvah project.

How To Submit
Announcements

Mazel Tov! announcements are
welcomed for members of the
Jewish community. Anniversaries,
engagements and weddings with
a photo (preferably color) can
appear at a cost of $18 each.
Births are $10. There is no charge
for bar/bat mitzvahs or for special
birthdays starting at the 90th.
For information, contact
Editorial Assistant Sy Manello at
smanello@thejewishnews.com or
(248) 351-5147 for information or
for a mailed or e-mailed copy of
guidelines.

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