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November 15, 2012 - Image 78

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2012-11-15

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imberly Erin Cherny and Adam
Eli Stern were married at Lovett
Hall at the Henry Ford in
Dearborn. Rabbi Daniel Syme and Cantor
Rachel Kalmowitz of Temple Beth El offici-
ated.
Parents of the bride are Karen Cherny
of West Bloomfield and the late Seymour
Cherny. Parents of the groom are Dr. Milton
and Barbara Stern of Bloomfield Hills.
Bridesmaids were Shanon (Cherny) Stibor,
Mindy (Cherny) Schneider, Dana (Stern)
Vered, Ilana Stern, Audra Stern, Lana Stern
and Rachel (Stern) Opperer.
Groomsmen were Fred Stibor, James Schneider, Aviv Vered, Noah Stern, Ari
Stern and Joshua Opperer.
Flower girls were Sydney Rose Stibor and Halle Stern. Ring bearers were Luke
Stibor, Brendan Schneider, Oren and Aden Opperer, and Henry Stern. Adam's
grandmother Rose Shoskes of Florida also participated.
Kimberly and Adam honeymooned in Playa Del Carmen, Mexico, and reside
in Royal Oak.

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