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October 04, 2012 - Image 67

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2012-10-04

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life cycles

- Aug. 30
Stacy (Aronoff) and
Brian Mingus of
Berkley are thrilled
to announce the birth
of their son, Holden
Pierce. Holden is
welcomed home by
big sister Bailey, 61/2,
big brother Parker,
5, and big brother Chase, 3. Sharing
in their joy are excited grandparents
Sheila and Mery Aronoff of West
Bloomfield, and Regina Mingus and
Jon Young of Adrian.

April 4
Amy and David
Lieberman of
Bloomfield Township
are thrilled to
announce the birth
of their daughter,
Cecilia June (Shifra
Yehudit). Welcoming
Ceci is excited big
brother Nathan, 5. Proud grandparents
are Terry and Howard Tenebaum, and
Lynn and Paul Lieberman of West
Bloomfield. Cecilia is named in loving
memory of her maternal great-grand-
mother Shirley Lichtenfeld Chapel
and her paternal grandmother Judith
Goldstein Lieberman.

Jonah Ryan
Anstandig, together
with his parents Jodi
and Jason Anstandig,
his brother Jordan
and sister Jessica, are
proud to celebrate
his bar mitzvah dur-
ing Havdalah servic-
es Saturday, Oct. 6,
at Temple Israel in West Bloomfield.
Delighted to be sharing in the simchah
are his grandparents Donna and Burt
Hurshe, and Jackie Lipshaw. He is also
the grandchild of the late Alfred
Jonah attends Clifford Smart
Middle School in Walled Lake. His
most meaningful mitzvah project was
involvement with J-Serve, helping at a
JARC house.

of Seth. Jonathan's
proud grandmothers
are Gladys Brasch
and Elizabeth Tam.
Jonathan is also the
grandson of the late
Blanche and the late
Charles Brasch, and
the late Robert Tam.
Jonathan attends
O.E. Dunkel Middle School in
Farmington Hills. He participated
in many mitzvah projects thorough
J-Serve and found working with Kids
Against Hunger the most meaningful.

Hannah Rachel
Aronow, daughter of
Stefanie and Herb
Aronow of Ann
Arbor, will become a
bat mitzvah on
Saturday, Oct. 6, at
Congregation Beth
Israel in Ann Arbor.
She is the grand-
daughter of Joyce and Jack Polsky of
West Bloomfield, and Ellie and
Michael Aronow of Scottsdale, Ariz.,
and the great-granddaughter of
Bernice Rothberg of Scottsdale.
Sharing in the simchah will be young-
er brother, Joshua Aronow.
Hannah attends Tappan Middle
School in Ann Arbor.

Jonathan Markus Brasch, son of Faith
and Jeffrey Brasch, will be called to the
Torah as a bar mitzvah on Saturday,
Oct. 6, at Adat Shalom Synagogue in
Farmington Hills. He is the brother

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Carolyn Elise Cohn and Adam Isaac
Cohn, children of Kathy and Gary
Cohn, will share the bimah at Temple
Israel in West Bloomfield Saturday,
Oct. 6, as they celebrate becoming
b'nai mitzvah. They are the siblings of
Lauren and Emily. Sharing in the sim-
chah will be proud grandparents Alice
Cantor, and Sue and Armand Cohn.
They are also the grandchildren of
the late Seymour Cantor, and the late
Barbara and Lewis Davidson.
Carolyn and Adam attend Norup
International School in Oak Park.
Both were involved in several activities
at Orchards Children's Services and
helped pack backpacks with school
supplies for needy children as part of
their mitzvah experience.

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