Texas Jewish Post (Fort Worth, Tex.), Vol. 64, No. 16, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 22, 2010 Page: 14 of 24
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14 I April 22,2010
TEXAS JEWISH POST & SINCE 1947
Gabriel Reid Cohen
Greg and Rachel Cohen are delighted to announce the birth of their
son, Gabriel Reid Cohen, at 10:02 a.m. on March 10,2010. Gabe was born
at Medical Center of Piano, weighing 6 lb. 5 oz. and measuring 19 inches
long. His big sister Reese, age 2, also welcomes him to the family.
Proud grandparents are David Greenberg of San Antonio and Gary
and Carol Cohen of Dallas. Great-grandparents are Dorothy Lewe of
Boca Raton, Fla., and Sylvia Cohen of Dallas.
Gabe is named after his maternal grandmother, Roberta Greenberg of
San Antonio, and his great-grandmother, Ruth Altsuler of Omaha, Neb.
His Hebrew names are Yitzhak, Herzel, Yakov, in memory of his great-
grandfathers Irving Greenberg, Harry Altsuler and Norman Cohen.
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Louis and Audrey Kariel:
60th wedding anniversary
Louis and Audrey Kariel of
Marshall, Texas, will celebrate
their 60th wedding anniversary
on April 23, 2010.
The happy couple, who mar-
ried at Temple Beth-El in Cor-
sicana on April 23, 1950, always
felt they were destined for one
another. Both of their parents
(the late Louis and Adele Kariel of
Marshall and the late George and
Madelyn Daniels of Corsicana)
were married on March 11, 1923.
Audrey and Louis met in Aus-
tin while attending the Univer-
sity of Texas. Louis was Audrey's
grader in her college math class.
They moved to Marshall after
the wedding and Louis went to
work for his family's business,
The Hub Shoe Store, where he
retired in 2001. Throughout the
years of their marriage, they have
both been involved in a myriad of
civic efforts to promote the city of
Marshall. They are members of
Temple Emanu-El in Longview.
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Shown at Louis and Audrey Kariel's wedding (l-r): George and Madelyn Daniels, parents of the bride; Audrey and Louis
Kariel Jr., bride and groom; Adele and Louis Kariel Sr., parents of the groom
Louis enjoys playing golf and Au-
drey— former mayor of Marshall
from 1994 to 2001 and the second
mayor in the Kariel family ( Louis'
father served as mayor from 1935
to 1947) — plays in two bridge
clubs, one of which has been to-
gether for almost 60 years.
They have two children —
Nancy Kariel of Dallas and Mark
Kariel of Houston — and two
grandchildren and their spouses
— Jason and Rene Kariel, and
Steven and Melissa Wolfson,
all of Houston. The Kariels will
celebrate their anniversary in
Marshall with their immediate
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