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March 08, 2012 - Image 113

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2012-03-08

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orm and Susie Pappas are very
happy to announce the engage-
ment of their daughter Amy
Lynn to Jake Teitelbaum, son of Ronald and
Mildred Teitelbaum of Houston, Texas.
Amy earned her bachelor's degree in
social work from Michigan State University
and her master's degree in social work from
New York University. She is a clinical social
worker at Rush Hospital Therapeutic Day
Jake earned his bachelor's degree in
industrial design at University of Kansas
and is doing freelance work in this field.
He is also working on his master's in design methods at the Illinois Institute of
Technology and is an adjunct faculty member at Columbia College.
Amy and Jake live in Chicago. An August wedding is being planned at The
Henry Ford in Dearborn.


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arbara and Barry Kranitz of
Farmington Hills announce the
engagement of their daughter Amy
Beth Kranitz to Jerry Wayne, son of Joseph
Wayne and the late Bonnie Wayne.
Amy earned her bachelor's degree from
Michigan State University and her master's
degree from the University of Michigan. She
is employed as a clinical research coordina-
tor at the Karmanos Cancer Institute.
Jerry is employed as an account executive
at Sonitrol.
A July wedding is planned in Bloomfield

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daughter, Rita Fischer (Carl); daugh-
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Michael (Nancy); grandsons, Lauren Becker
(Nancie), Marc Benkoff (girlfriend, Sara),
and Matthew Benson (Jesse). Her special
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Exhibition Opening Reception

Sunday, March 11. 2:30 p.m.

You're invited to join us in celebrating the
strength and courage of the women of
Ravensbriick concentration camp.
Florine Mark will speak on
Florine Mark
"The Courageous Woman
President . and CEO of
Inside Each of Us." We
Weight Word; ers Group
have enhanced the
exhibition with stories and
photographs of our local Ravensbriick survivors:

Edith Berman, Helen Kosuch, Paula Marks Bolton,
Mirel Rottersman, Agi Rubin, Irene Snitchler, Lola
Taubman, Elizabeth Bodek Wees, Eva Wimmer,
Fani Adelsberg z"1, Bela Bienenstock z"1, Rose
Bernbaum z"1, Lena Gross z"1, Olga Bodek Hem z"1,
Eva Mames z"1, Toby Hersen z"I, Livia Goldner
Lanyi z"1, Esther Lewkowitz z"1, Freda Magnus el,
t and Brenda Marczak z"1.

Free to members or with
museum admission.
- Refreshments will
be served.

Exhibit lovingly supported by Lauren and Sam Sienenstock in honor
of their family members who were imprisoned in Ravensbriick.


March 8 • 2012


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