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A glass to break
Alicia R. Nelson
TRADITION! faa r
Emily (Grey) and
Jordan Berman of
are thrilled to
announce the birth
of their daughter,
She is also wel-
comed by big brother, Jonah Jeffrey,
4, and big sister, Livie Harvest,
2. Sharing in their joy are proud
Joshua Max Rosen
will be called to the
Torah as a bar mitz-
vah during Havdalah
evening, Feb. 25,
Shaarey Zedek in
Southfield. He is
the son of Laura
and Mark Rosen, brother of Marissa,
and grandson of Sandra and Stanley
Boykansky, and Fay and Paul Rosen.
Josh is in the seventh grade at Derby
Middle School in Birmingham. His
mitzvah projects included volunteer-
ing at Danto Family Health Care
Center and Prentis Apartments.
grandparents Ruth and Jim Grey of
Farmington Hills, and Sandi and
Buddy Gilbert of Owings Mills, Md.
Daisy is also the granddaughter of
the late Harvey Berman. Also sharing
in their happiness are great-grand-
parents Sarah and John Nemon of
Tamarac, Fla., and Farmington Hills.
Daisy is named in loving memory
of paternal great-grandmother
Dorothy Berman, and maternal
Jackson David Ross
will read from the
Torah on the occasion
of his bar mitzvah
Saturday, Feb. 25, at
Temple Israel in West
Bloomfield. He is the
son of Sarah and Dr.
Sanford Ross and the
brother of Danielle
and Andrew. His proud grandparents,
who will be sharing in the simchah, are
Judith and Allan Tushman, and Mary
and Seymour Ross.
Jackson attends Scranton Middle
School in Brighton. He felt it was very
meaningful to deliver blankets to
homeless people in Detroit as part of
his mitzvah experience.
ruce and Julie Gutterman of
Huntington Woods are excited to
announce the engagement of their
daughter Kari to Alex Altman, son of Jim
and Cheryl Altman of West Bloomfield.
Kari is a graduate of the University of
Michigan, where she earned her bachelor's
degree in psychology and master's degree
in social work. She is a program director at
Orchards Children's Services in Southfield.
Alex is a graduate of Michigan State
University, where he earned his bachelor's
degree in journalism. He is a copywriter for
ePrize, a digitAl promotions company based
in Pleasant Ridge.
Kari and Alex reside in the Detroit area. An October wedding is planned at the
Skyline Club in Southfield.
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February 23 2012