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May 10, 2012 - Image 53

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2012-05-10

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Zoe Rachel
Nathanson, daugh-
ter of Sheryl and
Gregg Nathanson,
will be called to the
Torah as a bat mitz-
vah Saturday, May
12, at
B'nai Moshe in
West Bloomfield. She is the sister of
Sara and Andrew. Her proud grand-
parents are Karen and Jack Singer,
and Corinne Nathanson. She is also
the granddaughter of the late
Bernard Nathanson.
Zoe is a seventh-grade stu-
dent at Dunckel Middle School in
Farmington Hills. She enjoys her
mitzvah project volunteering weekly
at the Friendship Circle in West

Blake Matthew
Segel will read
from the Torah as
he celebrates his
bar mitzvah
Saturday, May 12, at
Temple Israel in
West Bloomfield. He
is the son of Carol
Graff-Segel and Dr.
Mark C. Segel. Sharing in the sim-
chah will be his brother Alec and
grandparents Laurie and Chet Figg,
and SaraLee Segel. He is also the
grandchild of the late Stuart A. Graff
and the late Louis Segel.
Blake attends West Hills Middle
School in Bloomfield Hills. He felt
one significant mitzvah project
was to turn his passion for swim-
ming into helping to teach children
to swim at-the Jewish Community
Center Camp.

Jonah Rosen Stern
(Yonah Razil) will
become a bar mitz-
vah at
Shaarey Zedek in
Southfield Saturday,
May 12. Sharing in
this simchah will be
his proud parents,
Cheryl and Ronald Stern. Jonah is the
younger brother of Nathan and
Samuel. Grandparents are Barbara
and Joel Leib, and Rosalyn and Aaron
Jonah is a seventh-grade student
at Norup International School in Oak
Park. His most meaningful mitzvah
project was creating Musical Menches
with his cousin Sydney; he organized
and played piano for his Great-
Bubbie Sarah and her friends at Meer
Apartments in West Bloomfield.

Max Timothy
Zeidman, son of
Donnell and Joel
Zeidman, will be
called to the bimah
at Temple Israel in
West Bloomfield
Saturday, May 12, as
he celebrates his bar
mitzvah. He is the
brother of Aidan and the grandchild
of Judith Zeidman and the late Irving
H. Zeidman, Loretta Conway, Dorothy
Conway and the late Thomas D.
Conway. His late great-grandparents
are Lea Lumberg Weinberg and Sol
Max attends Berkshsire Middle
School in Birmingham. He felt vol-
unteering for the Matthew Bittker
Foundation Franklin baseball tourna-
ment was the most meaningful of the
many mitzvah projects he performed.



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heila and Sol Garber of Farmington
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ding anniversary today, May 10.
They're looking forward to being joined this
evening by their children, grandchildren and
extended family for a dinner in their honor.
While everyone is gathered together from
near and far, the celebrating is expected to
continue on Saturday, when Sol turns 81.


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