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April 24, 2014 - Image 70

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2014-04-24

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Nov. 26, 2013

Jill (Moskowitz) and Steven Ingber
of Huntington Woods are thrilled
to announce the birth of their iden-
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Jake Ryan Cooper
of Huntington
Woods will become
a bar mitzvah on
Friday, April 25, at
Temple Emanu-El
in Oak Park.
Celebrating with
Jake are his proud
parents, Dana and
Jason Cooper, his brother Noah,
grandparents Diane and Herb
Morrison, and Lorry and Jerry
Cooper, and great-grandfather Myer
"Mike" Beresh.
Jake is a seventh-grade student at
Norup International School in Oak
Park. For his mitzvah project, Jake,
an avid ice hockey player, helped
raise money to support United
Cerebral Palsy of Detroit and its
annual fundraiser "Skate without

Jacob Ellington
Gourwitz, together
with his parents,
Elizabeth Tupling
and Howard
Gourwitz, will cele-
brate his bar mitz-
vah on Friday, April
25, at Temple Israel
in West Bloomfield.
Joining in his simchah will be sib-
lings Ami (Craig) Burns and Rebecca
Gourwitz. He is the grandchild of
Kenneth Tupling of Bradford,
Ontario, Canada, the late Bernard
Gourwitz, the late Janet Gourwitz
Blondy and the late Jacqueline
Jacob attends Cranbrook Boys
Middle School in Bloomfield Hills.
Of his many mitzvah experiences,
Jacob felt volunteering for the
Housing the Homeless holiday party
at Temple Israel to be the most

(Matan Rafael) and Lucas Beckett
(Baruch Lev). Welcoming them
home are ecstatic big brothers Jacob
and Cooper. Proud grandparents
are Barbara and Jay Moskowitz of
Miami, Fla., Roberta and Paul Ingber
of Farmington Hills, and great-
grandfather Abe Ingber. William
is named in loving memory of his
maternal great-grandmother Miriam
Moskowitz and his maternal great-
aunt Mildred Rifkin. Lucas is named
in loving memory of his paternal
great-grandmother Betty Ellias.

Bennett Grosinger

will become a bar
mitzvah as he reads
the Torah on
Saturday, April 26,
at Congregation

Shaarey Zedek in

Southfield. He is
the son of Amy and
Eric Grosinger.
Bennett is adored by his older sib-
lings Ryan and Samantha. Proud
grandparents are Maxine and Herb
Weinberg, and Roberta and Emery
Bennett is a seventh-grade student
at Hillel Day School of Metropolitan
Detroit in Farmington Hills. Pro-
ceeds from his mitzvah project fund-
ed the purchase of smoke detectors,
which were thoughtfully donated to
Detroit residents in an effort to pre-
vent injuries and loss due to house


Harley Rockind
(Hanan Katriel) of
Bloomfield Hills
will celebrate his
bar mitzvah at
Temple Beth El in
Township on Friday,
April 25. His family
includes parents,
Neil and Karen Rockind; sister and
brother, Aliya and Jaden. Proud
grandparents Larry and Gladys
Rockind of West Bloomfield and
Miami Beach, Fla., and Phyllis Bove
of Allen Park will attend.
Harley attends Derby Middle
School in Birmingham. He par-
ticipated in a mitzvah project
at the Friendship Circle in West

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