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lifecycles BAr MitzvAh

MichAel jAcoB denenBerg

Michael Jacob Denenberg, son of Tippi and Steve Denenberg, will become a Bar Mitzvah on Saturday, Oct. 21, at Beth El Synagogue. Michael is an eighth grade student at Beveridge Magnet Middle School. He has won awards in poetry and chess. Michael is a crack problem solver and sneak reader, loves all things computer, plays piano beautifully, works out regularly, enjoys Anime' and loves the out-of-doors. Has a voice as beautiful as his older brother, but saves it for the shower. He has two sisters, Sasha and Sima, and two brothers, Daniel and Solomon. Grandparents are Norman and the late Eunice Denenberg, and Carolyn and Bernard Magid.

AlexAnder MichAel kugler

Alexander Michael Kugler, son of Traci and Lance Kugler, will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah on Saturday, Oct. 21, at Temple Israel. Alex is a seventh grade student at Westside Middle School. In 2017 Alex was selected by camp Sabra staff and campers to receive the Tomahawk award, given to the outstanding camper of the year. Alex enjoys tennis, spending time with family and friends, and attending Camp Sabra. For his mitzvah project, Alex volunteered at the Special Olympics where he helped with swimming, track and field events, and played basketball with the athletes. He has two sisters, Lauren and Megan and two brothers, Ryan and Evan. Grandparents are Sandy and Stuart Kutler, and Cyndi and John Kugler. Great-grandparents are Harriet and the late Lazier Singer, the late Louise Blohm and the late Dale Kugler, the late Robert and Frances Koehler, and the late Phil and Marian Kutler.

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shirleY jeAn liPseY

Shirley Jean Lipsey passed away on Sept. 30 at age 90 in Tucson, AZ. There will be a Celebration of Life on Oct. 20, 3:30 p.m. at The Forum, 2500 N. Rosemont Blvd, in Tucson, AZ. She is survived by son, Robert of Flagstaff, AZ, and son and daughter-inlaw, Joseph and Heather of Tucson; daughter, Sally Scott of Tucson; five grandchildren and eight great grandchildren. Shirley was born in Omaha in 1926, the sixth of eleven children of Jack and

Ruth Lincoln. She was a graduate of Omaha Central High School and attended UCLA and University of Omaha. She married James L. Lipsey in Omaha in 1947. Over the course of her long life, she exhibited her commitment to civil rights, social justice, and her community in many ways. While in Omaha, she was a pioneer in the development of the Head Start education program and served as a Head Start teacher in the inner city. She was instrumental in the formation of the Panel of American Women in Omaha and served as a panelist for several years. She also served on the Omaha Human Relations Board Citizens Advisory Committee on Education. She participated in the Wednesdays in Mississippi civil rights program and demonstrated her strong commitment to desegregation by working in Mississippi, at great personal risk, in 1965. She was a member of the board of the Jewish Federation of Omaha, a member of Beth El Synagogue, and Temple Israel. She and Jim retired to Tucson in 1975. In Tucson, she was a member of Temple Emanu-El, Congregation Or Chadash, the National Council of Jewish Women, and the Saguaro Horsemen’s Association. She was an enthusiastic supporter of Tucson Centers for Women and Children and its successor, Emerge! Center Against Domestic Abuse. Memorials may be made to Planned Parenthood.

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BettY ruth goldstroM

Betty Ruth Goldstrom passed away on Sept. 8 at age 97. Services were held Sept. 14 at Bikhor Cholim (Oak Hill) Cemetery in Council Bluffs. She was preceded in death by husband, Bernard; parents, Morris and Regina Schlanger, four siblings; and daughter-in-law, Kathi Goldstrom. She is survived by three sons and daughters-in-law, Jerry Goldstrom and Rona Weiss, Mark Goldstrom and June Richards, and Larry and Carol Goldstrom, all of Omaha; grandchildren: Jeffrey and Donna Goldstrom, Stephanie Roger Edheimer, Bradley and Yesenia Goldstrom, Benjamin Goldstrom and Erica Paulsen-Goldstrom, Jory Goldstrom, and Nikolai Maly; and ten greatgrandchildren. She was loving wife, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, and friend. Memorials may be made to The Rose Blumkin Jewish Home, 333 So. 132nd St., Omaha NE 68154.

Bonnie Ann weinstein

Bonnie Ann Weinstein passed away on Oct. 4 at home in Apache Junction, AZ. The family marked her passing privately. She is survived by her husband of 56 years, Harold Weinstein of Apache Junction, AZ; daughters and sons-in-law, Tammy and Scott Takao of Litchfield Park, AZ, and Stefanie and Scott Peloquin of Queen Creek, AZ, daughter, Natalie Weinstein of Austin, TX, and son, Jason Weinstein of Mesa, AZ; grandchildren: Jacob, Jordan, and Justin Peloquin of Queen Creek and Shoshana and Miriam Kaim of Austin; and siblings, Joan and Gary Roos of Worthington, MN, Darlene and Russ Wright of Rochester, MN, and Bill Rogers of Reading, MN. She and her family were members of Temple Israel in Omaha for three decades. Memorials may be made in her memory can be made to Banner Hospice, 275 E. Germann Road, Suite 110, Gilbert, Arizona, 85297.

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October 13, 2017  

Jewish Press

October 13, 2017  

Jewish Press