|Friday, 09 September 2011 21:17|
Mazel Tov to Caroline Charikar and Adam Adler on their recent engagement. Proud parents are Akiba and Yerusha Charikar and Judy and Richard Adler. Their families are excited to share in the simcha and wish
them love and happiness always.
Family and friends proudly celebrated the marriage of Jeff Albert and Shannon Smith, which was held on August 14 at the Beth Tzedec Synagogue. It was a lovely, “heimishe” affair, celebrating the marriage of two young adults from our Calgary Jewish community. Relatives and friends came from England, Mexico, U.S. and across Canada, to celebrate the simcha. Proud parents are Russ Albert (and Molly), Carey and Helen Smith. Proud grandparents are Doreen Albert (Edmonton), Anna Shapiro (Edmonton), Adam and Judy Lavitt (Winnipeg), and Ed and Marilyn Smith (Toronto).
Also, Mazel Tov to Jeff Albert on passing the third (and last) level of the CFA (Chartered Financial Analyst) exam.
We are delighted to announce the engagement of Jamie Freitag and Matthew Churchward. Proud parents include Jessica Starkman, Evan Freitag, and Bill and Peggy Churchward. Thrilled grandparents include Ben Starkman, Benny Freitag and Audrey Macmillan. The couple plans to wed this March in the Caribbean.
Mazel Tov on the birth of Dean Leon Libin who was born on August 29 to proud parents Stephen and Robyn Libin in Toronto. Grandparents Eric and Gay Libin and Bruce and Vicki Lubell of Toronto. Sharing the nachas are great grandparents are Beryl Libin of Vancouver and Bernie and Hessie Switzer from Calgary and numerous aunts and uncles in Calgary and Toronto.
Mazel Tov Yudi Matusof!
With much love and best wishes, we would like to congratulate Yehuda Leib (Yudi) Matusof on his recent Bar Mitzvah. On August 27 and 28, Yudi celebrated his Bar Mitzvah with family and friends. His parents, Rabbi Menachem and Rochel Matusof, siblings Chanie Altein, Yossi, Mussie, Levi, Brochie, Avremy, Chaya Esther, and Shloimele, brother-in-law Dovid Altein, nephews Shloimele and Isroel Meir Mayer, and grandfather Rabbi and Chazan Berel Zaltzman were all in attendance. Rabbi Zaltzman delighted the crowd with his wonderful signing in multiple languages. A special thank you to those who came from out of town – including New Jersey, New York, Toronto, Edmonton, and Saskatoon – to celebrate his simcha. Yudi you made us, your family and friends, very proud.