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The Detroit Jewish News, 2011-09-01

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life cycles

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June 29
Jessica (Tucker)
and Jeffrey Mindell
of Birmingham are
thrilled to announce
the birth of their
daughter, Clara.
Proud grandparents
Mindell
are Sharon and
Jonathan Tucker of
West Bloomfield and Judi and Bernie
Mindell of Franklin. Also sharing in
the joy are great-grandparents Patty
and Robert Levison of Bloomfield
Hills. Clara is named in loving memo-
ry of her maternal great-grandmother
Clare Sonenklar Tucker.

June 12
Lindsay (Samson)
and Ryan Hubert
of Chicago are
thrilled to announce
the birth of their
daughter, Scarlett
Alexia. Sharing in
Hubert
their happiness are
proud grandparents
Barb and Norman Samson of West
Bloomfield and Paulette and Bobby
Hubert of Highland Park, Ill. Delighted
great-grandparents include Martha
Boraks of Bloomfield Hills, Barnee
Honnet of Glencoe, Ill., and Roz and
Lawrence Bean of Dedham, Mass.
Scarlett will be given the Hebrew name
Pelia Meira in loving memory of her
great-grandparents Pauline Samson,
Paul Boraks and Mel Foster.

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June 4
Taal and Lori
(Kaplan) Ashmann
of West Bloomfield
are ecstatic to
announce the birth
of their beauti-
ful daughter, Lila
Ashmann
Isabel Ashmann.
Big sister Ava wel-
comed her home with hugs and kisses.
Grandparents include Sandford and

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Applefield

Peri Lauren
Applefield, daughter
of Lisa Walters and
Dr. Daniel Applefield,
will celebrate her bat
mitzvah as she reads
from the Torah on
Saturday, Sept. 3, at
Temple Israel in
West Bloomfield. She

Dina Ashmann of Farmington Hills
and Lynn Feuerman of Palm Beach
Gardens, Fla. Sharing in the joy are
her great-grandparents George and
Rosita Feuerman of Boca Raton, Fla.,
and Marion Feuerman of Los Angeles.
Lila is named in loving memory of
her maternal great-great-grandfather
Irving "Toppy" Topper, paternal great-
grandfather Bernard Ashmann and
paternal great-grandmother Chaya
Burko.

May 19
Erica (Auster) and
Matthew Wikander
of Grand Rapids
are thrilled to
announce the birth
of their son, Leo
Harrison (Svi
Wikander
Herschel). Sharing
in the excitement is
big sister, Ellie. Leo is also welcomed
into the world by his ecstatic grand-
parents, Marcia and Barry Auster of
Farmington Hills and Barb and Craig
Wikander of North Muskegon. Leo
is named in loving memory of his
maternal great-grandfather Harry
Mazur and his paternal great-grandfa-
ther Herman Auster.

May 7
Jill (Moskowitz)
and Steven Ingber
of Huntington
Woods are thrilled
to announce the
birth of their son,
Cooper Everett (Zev
Ingber
Efraim). Overjoyed
about the arrival of
his baby brother is big brother Jacob,
2. Sharing in their happiness are
proud grandparents Barbara and Jay
Moskowitz of Miami, Fla., and Roberta
and Paul Ingber of Farmington Hills.
Cooper is named in loving memory of
his maternal great-grandfather Sylvan
Moskowitz and his maternal great-
great-aunt Esther Weiss.

is the sister of Alexa and the grandchild
of proud grandparents Elizabeth and
Gerald Walters and Sheldon Applefield.
Her late grandmother is Joan
Applefield.
Peri is a student at Abbott Middle
School in West Bloomfield. She felt vol-
unteering at Friendship Circle in West
Bloomfield was her most meaningful
mitzvah project.

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