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March 20, 2014 - Image 104

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2014-03-20

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celebrate

a guide to simchahs

continued from page C46

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The Rothenberg family at the party: Mel, Marilyn with Harold, Caryn, Marc,
Andi, Kari, 25, Shelby, 22, Jessica, 25, Katie, 22, Ben, 24, Jake, 19, and Howard.

ents and we love spending time
as a family. My kids used to call
my parents at 12:30 a.m. My kids
would drive over and my parents
would make waffles for them.
"My daughter and her friend
just went to visit them in Florida
and they played dominoes and
Rummikub all night. My kids look
to them for advice and for fun.
They adore them."

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celebrate! I March 2014

After decades of spending winters
in Florida, the Rothenbergs moved
there from Farmington Hills three
years ago.
"Now we do everything togeth-
er, except I golf and she crochets
and knits," Mel said.
Among Marilyn's first comments
when hearing someone moved
to a new home is: "What color is
your living room? I'll make you an
afghan."

An avid golfer, Mel, rightly so,
proudly announced his recent
"eagle" (hole played in two
strokes under par) on the golf
course.
"We always enjoyed spending
time together, but it was harder
to do during the working years,
while were raising our family,"
Mel said.
Marilyn was an owner at Just
Marilyns women's clothing store
in Southfield for 18 years, and Mel
is retired from the home improve-
ment company All Type Sash
that he co-owned for 35 years in
Dearborn Heights.
"Our kids visit us a lot," Mel
said. "Our grandkids, too; and we
talk on the phone with them on a
regular basis."
They also have friends of all
ages. "We have respect for our

continued on page C50

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