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The Detroit Jewish News, 2013-04-04

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Lauren Elizabeth
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on Saturday, April
6. Participating in
the ceremony will be
her parents, Jeffrey Bussell and Debra
Pevos, and her sister and brother,
Anna Terebelo and Adam Bussell.
Proud grandparents are Joel and Joan
Bussell of West Bloomfield. She is also
the granddaughter of the late Daniel
and the late Suzanne Pevos.
Lauren is a student at Dunckel
Middle School in Farmington Hills.
Her mitzvah projects included volun-
teering at Yad Ezra in Berkley.


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Shirlee Kuhl and
Peter Heytler, will
celebrate his bar
mitzvah on Saturday,
April 6, at Temple
Shir Shalom in West
Bloomfield. He is the
grandson of Jerome
Kuhl of Long Island,
N.Y., and the late
Naomi Kuhl, and Dr. Peter Heytler of
Wilmington, Del., and the late Marilyn
He is a sixth-grade student at
Detroit Country Day Middle School
in Beverly Hills. He enjoyed entertain-
ing seniors at Sunrise Assisted Living
Centre by playing piano, and he wants
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William Almaz Rosner Najer, son


of Andrea Rosner-Najer and Nelson
Najer, will read from the Torah as he

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April 6, at Adat

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celebrates his bar
mitzvah Saturday,
April 6, at Temple
Israel in West
Bloomfield. His sister
Sarah and grand-
mother Marilyn
Rosner are thrilled to
be participating. He
is also the grandson
of the late Wallace
R. Rosner. He is the
great-grandson of the late Sarah and
the late Frank Novograd, the late Sadie
and the late Aaron Rosner.
William attends Walnut Creek
Middle school in Walled Lake. He felt
volunteering at Berkley-based Yad
Ezra was the most meaningful of the
projects he volunteered to do.


in Farmington Hills.
Sharing in the sim-
chah will be her
proud grandparents Karen Rosender,
Marge Parr, Kelly and Ed Barris, and
Bernice and Dennis Brenner. Megan is
also the granddaughter of the late Bill
Rosender and the great-granddaughter
of Belle and Maurice Rosender, Edna
and Morton Barris, and Lillian and

Louis Linovitz.

Megan is a student at O.E. Dunkel
Middle School in Farmington Hills.
Her mitzvah project was volunteering
every Sunday at the Friendship Circle
in West Bloomfield in a program
called the Torah Circle, which Megan
believes is a fulfilling project.




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50 April 4 • 2013

Shalom Synagogue

obert and Charlene Long of
Commerce Township and
Shulamit Shik of Eilat, Israel, are
delighted to announce the engagement of
their children Carrie Long and Nir Shik.
Carrie received her bachelor of fine arts
degree from Wayne State University. She
is owner and lead designer of Carrie Long
Interiors in Birmingham.
Nir is from Eilat, Israel, and a veteran of
the Israel Defense Forces.
A May 2013 wedding is planned at the
Community House in Birmingham.

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