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May 30, 2013 - Image 60

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2013-05-30

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Mona and Lee Lazar of Oak Park, Ill., are pleased to
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of Noa and
Proud grandparents are Roberta
John Lazar of Farmington Hills. Happy great-grandparents
are Gary and Bev Skoog of Elmhurst, Ill. Leila was named
in memory of Micheal Kushner.


Isabel Faith
Bradley (Elisheva

Emunah) will be
called to the Torah
as a bat mitzvah on
Saturday, June 1, at


Adat Shalom
Synagogue in

Farmington Hills.
Sharing in her sim-
chah will be her parents, David and
Debra Bradley, and sisters Rachael
and Hannah. Isabel is the grand-
daughter of Joseph and Myrna
Bradley of Farmington Hills, Stanley
Salzenstein of Peoria, Ill., and the late
Dororthy Salzenstein.
Isabel is a student at Hillel Day
School of Metropolitan Detroit in
Farmington Hills. Among her many
volunteering activities, her most
meaningful has been her interaction
with her Farmington Hills-based
JARC friends.

Lauren Kendall
Buchman, daughter

of Cynthia and Dr.
Steven Buchman,
will celebrate her
bat mitzvah
Saturday, June 1, at
Temple Israel in
West Bloomfield.
She is the sister of
Blake, Brysen, Brevin, Alexandra and
Bradyn. Her grandparents are Lillian
and Nathan Buchman, and Matilda
and Donald Boufford.
Lauren attends Novi Middle School.
She felt it was very important to make
a donation to Mott Children's Hospital
as part of her mitzvah experience.

Benjamin Joseph
Cohen, son of


60 May 30 • 2013

Sarah liana
Kreitman was called

Feb. 28.

Lori and Michael
Cohen and broth-
er of Libby, will
read from the
Torah as he cele-
brates his bar
mitzvah Saturday,
June 1, at Temple

Israel in West Bloomfield. His proud
grandparents are Roslynn and
Bernard Cohen, and Mary Ann and
Donald Baiers.
Benjamin is a student at White
Lake Middle School. As part of his
mitzvah experience, he regularly
spends time with a child with special
needs, helping in many ways.

Naomi Claire
Kantor, together

with her parents,
Elise and Ray
Kantor, will cele-
brate her bat mitz-
vah during
Havdalah service,
Saturday, June 1, at
Temple Israel in
West Bloomfield. She is the sister of
Lexi and Sarah. Her proud grandpar-
ents are Cookie and Jerry Markowitz,
and Linda and Sandy Kantor.
Naomi attends Geisler Middle
School in Commerce Township.
Volunteering at Yad Ezra in Berkley
was the mitzvah project she felt was
most meaningful.

to the Torah as a bat
mitzvah on Saturday,
May 25, at

Congregation B'nai
Moshe in West

Bloomfield. She is
the daughter of
Barbara and Kevan
Kreitman and the sister of Doree,
Joshua and Seth. Also sharing in this
special occasion were her grandparents
Rene and Max Kreitman, and Suzie and
Johnny Katz. Sarah is also the grand-
daughter of the late Dorothy Katz.
Sarah is a seventh-grade student at
Detroit Country Day School in Beverly
Hills. She enjoyed volunteering as a
counselor at Birmingham Safety Town
for her mitzvah project.


Sarah Joelle Peitz,

daughter of Lisa and
David Peitz, will lead
the congregation at
Temple Israel in
West Bloomfield
Friday, May 31, as
she celebrates her
bat mitzvah. She is
the sister of Benjamin
and the grandchild of Jeffrey Stern,
Carol and Larry Diskin, and Barbara
and Martin Peltz.
Sarah is a student at O.E. Dunckel
Middle School in Farmington Hills.
She felt it was very meaningful, as
a mitzvah project, to host a movie
night to raise funds for the Familial
Dysautonomia Foundation.

Abby Leah Seifman,

daughter of Audrey
and Brian Seifman,
will celebrate her bat
mitzvah at

Ashley Brooke
Kay, daughter of

Alyssa and Gregory
Laub and Breanne
and Jeff Kay, cele-
brated her bat mitz-
vah Friday, May 24,
at Temple Israel in
West Bloomfield.
She is the loving sis-
ter to Nicole Lauren. Her proud
grandparents are Lynn and Joel Levi,
and Sandra and Dr. Richard Colman.
Ashley is also the granddaughter of
the late Bobbi and the late Ronald
Ashley attends O.E. Dunckel
Middle School in Farmington Hills.
As part of her many mitzvah projects,
she volunteered her time and made
a donation toward the Great Strides-
Team Matt walk in memory of her
Uncle Matt Colman and to benefit the
Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.

Shaarey Zedek in

Southfield on
Saturday, June 1. She
is the sister of Dov
and the granddaughter of Arlene and
Robert Niskar, and Barry Seifman. She
is also the granddaughter of the late
Marcia Seifman.
Abby attends Cranbrook Kingswood
Girls Middle School in Bloomfield


Aidan (Melech) and Camryn (Sarah)
Silverton of Grand Blanc will be

called to the Torah as b'nai mitzvah
on Saturday, June 1, at Temple Beth
El in Flint. Proud parents are Jennifer
(Levine) and Kimball Silverton.
Also sharing in this simchah will be
grandmother Lynn Levine of West
Bloomfield. Aidan and Camryn are
also the grandchildren of the late

Aldan and Camryn Silverton

Kenneth Levine, and the late Allan and
the late Marjorie Silverton.
Aidan attends Grand Blanc West
Middle School. Camryn goes to Grand
Blanc East Middle School. Aidan
sends care packages overseas to Jewish
soldiers as his mitzvah project while
Camryn volunteers at a therapeutic
horseback riding facility to assist rid-
ers with special needs.

Alex Tyler Stulberg

will celebrate his bar
mitzvah Saturday,
June 1, at Temple
Israel in West
Bloomfield. His
proud parents are
Kelly and Jeff
Stulberg and his
brother is Zachary.
Sharing in the simchah will be his
grandparents Nancy and Dr. David
Stulberg, and Patti and Robert
Alex is a student at Walnut Creek
Middle School in Walled Lake. He
built bears for patients at Children's
Hospital of Michigan as one of his
mitzvah projects and felt this was a
meaningful g'milut hasidim experi-

Melanie Renee
Taylor will celebrate

her bat mitzvah dur-
ing Havdalah servic-
es Saturday, June 1,
at Temple Israel in
West Bloomfield.
Her proud parents
are Linda and Alan
Taylor. Sharing in
the simchah will be her brother Joshua
and her grandparents Sharon and Dr.
Charles Taylor, and Marcia and J.
Theodore Everingham. The family is
delighted to have great-grandmother
Betty Taylor celebrate with them and
to receive warm wishes from great-
grandfather Martin Devenney, who is
unable to attend. Melanie's late great-
grandparents are Libby and Milton
Pierce, Jay Taylor, Doroth Devenney,
and Ruth and James Everingham.
Melanie attends Derby Middle
School in Birmingham. Among her
various mitzvah projects, volunteering
at Farmington Hills-based JARC was
the most meaningful to her.

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