Molly Rachel Marks



Emily and Aaron Marks and big brother Ethan Marks of Jenkintown announce the birth of Molly Rachel Marks on July 30.

Maternal grandparents are Carol and Richard Nathenson of Monroeville. Paternal grandparents are Bonnie-Kay and Bruce Marks of Rydal. Great-grandparents are Peggy and Stanley Goldenberg of Elkins Park and Elizabeth and Edward Marks of Willow Grove.

Sharing their joy are aunts and uncle Andrea Blau, Amy and Micah Kagan, and Hannah Marks.

Holden Sawyer Ehrlich




Rina (née Geltzer) and Michael Ehrlich of Newtown announce the birth of their son, Holden Sawyer (Leor Eytan), on May 14.

Sharing in their simcha are Bubbie and Zeydie Shelley and David Geltzer and Grandmom and Grandpop Beth and Paul Ehrlich.

He is also welcomed with love by Aunt Lauren and Uncle Peter Rose, Aunt Shari and Uncle Ian Senior, and Aunt Aly and Uncle Steve Ehrlich. Also, by his big cousins, Micah, Eli, Asher, Charley and Sydney.

Holden Sawyer is named for his paternal great-grandmother, Helen Glickman, and his maternal great-grandmother, Shirley Levin. His Hebrew name means a “strong light,” which honors both of his namesakes. We hope their memory will provide a great light for his journey through life.

Logan Milo Baill



Elizabeth (née Yohlin) and Andrew Baill of Philadelphia announce the birth of their son, Logan Milo (Moshe Mordechai), on August 22. 

Logan Milo’s grandparents are Pamela and Joseph Yohlin of Dresher and Heidi and Jeffrey Baill of Plymouth, Minn. Sharing their happiness are Logan’s Aunt Hilary and Uncle Matt Waller and cousins Molly and Emily of Dresher, and Aunt Margot and Uncle Jeffrey Nash and cousin Levi of Chicago, Ill.  

Logan Milo is named in memory of his beloved maternal great-Poppi, Morton Goren, who was proud of his upbringing in the Logan section of Philadelphia, and who remained friends throughout the years with his treasured “Logan Boys.” Logan is also named in loving memory of his paternal great-grandparents, Marion Baill, a special one-of-a-kind lady who brought joy to everyone who knew her, and Morris Baill, who would have loved to have had the opportunity to meet his great-grandson.