Week of Aug. 20, 2008

GENOVESE-LAZARUS

Renee Lynne Genovese, daughter of Catherine and William Genovese of Chicago, Ill., and Jason Brent Lazarus, son of Barbara and Joseph Kennington and David and Annie Lazarus of St. Louis, have announced their engagement. She is the granddaughter of the late Frank Genovese and the late Jennie Genovese and Frank and Bernice Cullotta. He is the grandson of Ben and Elaine Fixman, the late Marilyn Fixman and Edward and Rosa Lee Lazarus. The bride-to-be is a graduate of York High School and Indiana University where she earned a Bachelor of Science degree in biology. She is currently a genetic counselor at RGI in Chicago, Ill. Her fiance is a graduate of Parkway West High School and Indiana University where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in finance. He is currently an options trader at Quiet Light Securities in Chicago, Ill. A May 2009 wedding is planned.

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GOLDENHERSH-TENZER

Jane Goldenhersh, daughter of Phyllis and Del Goldenhersh of St. Louis, Mo., and Adam Michael Tenzer, son of Babette and Bruce Tenzer of Millburn, N.J., have announced their engagement.

She is the granddaughter of Tamie and Marvin Goldenhersh of Belleville, Ill., and the late Bernice and Max Babchick. He is the grandson of Edna Jacoby of Brooklyn, N.Y., and the late Rae and Louis Tenzer.

The bride-to-be is a graduate of University of Miami where she earned a master’s degree in mental health counseling. She is currently a therapist at Comtrea. Her fiance is finishing his M.B.A. degree and masters in information management at Washington University. He will be working as a business consultant for MasterCard International. An October wedding is planned. Photo: Westrich Photography

ROSENBLOOMS CELEBRATE 65 YEARS

Samuel Rosenbloom and Annabel Drazen Rosenbloom celebrated their 65th anniversary on Aug. 11.

Sam was on a five-day leave from his base in San Francisco and had to depart the next morning on the train to get back in time. Fortunately, they have been blessed with many years together since that hurried beginning. They have two sons, Eliot Jon and Ray, and a granddaughter, Liana.

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