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ents are Sandy and Jay Zeskind, and
Ruth and Lee Zendel. Julia is named
in memory of her paternal great-uncle
David Ronis and her maternal great-
grandparents Bernard and Shirley
Hirsch.

April 27
Marty and
Lindsey Maddin of
Huntington Woods
are thrilled to
announce the birth
of their daughter,
Lainey Ryan (Estee
Maddin
Bracha). Lainey is the
little sister of Brody
and the adored new granddaughter of Jo
Strausz Rosen, Howard and Iris Rosen,
and Donna and Michael Maddin, all
of West Bloomfield. Great-grandfather
Lloyd Strausz is overjoyed. Lainey is
lovingly named in memory of her late
great-grandfather Edgar Hartman and
late great-grandmother Betty Davis
Rosen.

March 4
Amy (Levine) and Scott Liefer are
thrilled to announce the birth of their
sons, Graham Matthew (Gavriel Levi)
and Harrison James (Hadriel Shimon).
Graham and Harrison are welcomed
home by big sister Ainsley Elaine. Proud
grandparents are Sallyjo and Barry
Levine, and Nancy and Dennis Liefer.
Graham is named in loving memory of

Madison Shelby
Cohen will celebrate
her bat mitzvah with
her parents, Stacy
and Dr. Jeffrey
Cohen, and sister
Samantha Saturday,
Nov. 9, at Temple
Cohen
Israel in West
Bloomfield. Her
grandparents are Lois and Cyril
Levenson, Sidney Cohen and the late
Ann Cohen.
Madison is a student at Walnut Creek
Middle School in Walled Lake. She per-
formed several mitzvah projects that she
felt were meaningful but selected Zip Up
for the Homeless as the most significant
one.

Ethan Joshua
Goldstein will be
called to the bimah at
Temple Israel in
West Bloomfield
Saturday, Nov. 9, as
he becomes a bar
mitzvah. He is the
Goldstein
son of Megan
Gormley and Alan
Goldstein and the brother of Isabelle
and Caleb. Delighted to be sharing the
simchah are grandparents Adelle and

Liefer twins

Meredith Stegman and maternal great-
aunt Lillian Taub. Harrison is named
in loving memory of his maternal
great-grandfathers Samuel Levine and
Herbert Soft.

Jan. 4
Michelle Pearlman
and Andrew Denker
of Rumson, N.J., are
thrilled to announce
the arrival of their
daughter, Natalia
Brooke (Nava
Denker
Bracha). Excited big
sisters are Madeline
and Noa. Natalia's grandparents are
Harvey and Barbara Pearlman of
Commerce Township, Maxine and
Stuart Savett of West Conshohocken,
Pa., Betsey Pincus of Little Egg Harbor,
N.J., and the late Barry Denker. Natalia
is named in loving memory of her
paternal great-grandmothers Neva
Denker and Ruth Metzger and her
maternal great-aunt Bess Linker.

Dr. Marvin Goldstein, and Barbara and
Dr. Paul Gormley, and great-grandpar-
ents Sarah Zeldin, and Marguerite and
Major Paul Roosen.
Ethan is a student at Cranbrook Boys
Middle School in Bloomfield Hills. He
collected and donated canned food for
Forgotten Harvest and volunteered his
time there. He felt this mitzvah experi-
ence was very meaningful.

Matthew Nathan
Katz, son of Addy
and Jeff Katz and
brother to Evan, will
be called to the Torah
as a bar mitzvah
Saturday, Nov. 9, at
Adat Shalom
Katz
Synagogue in
Farmington Hills. His
proud grandparents are Madelon and
Lou Seligman and great-grandmother
Mary Must. Matthew is also the grand-
son of the late Sharon Katz.
Matthew is a student at West Hills
Middle School in Bloomfield Hills. His
most meaningful mitzvah project was
volunteering at the West Bloomfield
Relay for Life.

Dr. Nelson Hersh
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Sometimes these wires are even temperature sensitive, allowing the patient
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