Birth

Walker Meyer Rosenthal

Jennifer and Fred Rosenthal of Atlanta proudly announce the birth of their son, Walker Meyer Rosenthal, on Feb. 15, 2016. Walker was born at 10:17 a.m., weighed 8 pounds 11 ounces, and was 21 inches long.

The grandparents are Reba and Bennett Herzfeld of Dunwoody; Alice and Al Rosenthal of Stockbridge, formerly of Augusta; and Sherry and Don Spindel of Alpharetta.

Walker will be given the Hebrew name of Meir in memory of maternal great-grandfather Meyer Kreisberg of Augusta at a naming ceremony at a later date.

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Lev Chanan Gryngarten

Leandro Gryngarten and Bela Jacobson joyously announce the birth of their son, Lev Chanan Gryngarten. Lev was born Nov. 20, 2015, and joins the family with his big brother, Shai Avram. The proud grandparents are Ed and Gloria Jacobson and Gabriel and Silvia Gryngarten. Great-grandparents are Berta Gryngarten and Martha Jacobson.

Lev Chanan is named in memory of his great-grandfather Henry (Chanan) Jacobson.

Engagement

Photo by Joseph Stevens Photography

Photo by Joseph Stevens Photography

King-Gershkowitz

Kevin and Claire King of Atlanta announce the engagement of their daughter, Lauren, to Bryan Gershkowitz, son of Daniel and Harriet Gershkowitz of Gainesville.

Lauren graduated from Indiana University with a bachelor’s degree in telecommunications and earned a master’s degree in media studies from the New School in New York City. Lauren is the senior ecommerce manager at Spanx.

Bryan graduated from York College of Pennsylvania with a bachelor of science degree in behavioral science, from New York Law School with a juris doctor degree, and from the University of Miami with a master of laws, specializing in real estate and property development. He is a member of the bar in New York, New Jersey, Florida and Georgia. Bryan is vice president and general counsel for the Radco Cos.

A fall wedding is planned in Atlanta.

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