Engagement – Schube-Rachman

Maxine and Keith Schube of Sandy Springs announce the engagement of their son, Jeremy Myles Schube, to Talia Ruth Rachman, daughter of Claire and Julian Rachman of Dallas, Texas.

Jeremy is the grandson of Judy and Paul Finkel of Sandy Springs and Brenda and Stanley Schube of Dunwoody. He is a second-year emergency medicine resident at Metropolitan Hospital in New York City. He is an alumnus of the University of Georgia.

Talia graduated from the University of Texas. She has a master’s degree in accounting and is a senior auditor at Deloitte.

Engagement – Kaye-Mansfield

Amy and Mitchell Kaye of Marietta announce the engagement of their son, Jared Matthew Kaye, to Hannah Gabrielle Mansfield, daughter of Gail and Daniel Mansfield of Peachtree Corners.

Hannah is the granddaughter of Louise Nussman of Del Ray Beach, Fla., and the late Joel Nussman and the late Lillian and Lester Mansfield, formerly of Newburgh, N.Y. Jared is the grandson of Ellen Kaye of Roslyn Heights, N.Y., and the late Elliott Kaye and Lynda Lind of St. Pete Beach, Fla., and the late Donald Lind.

Jared graduated from the University of Florida with a bachelor of science in business administration and a minor in real estate. He is a real estate broker with Marcus & Millichap in Atlanta, specializing in the investment sales of retail assets throughout the Southeast.

Hannah graduated from the University of South Carolina, earning a bachelor of arts in early childhood education. She is a special education teacher at Henderson Mill Elementary School.

A summer 2016 wedding in Atlanta is planned.

Bar Mitzvah – Ryan Sturisky

The bar mitzvah ceremony of Ryan Joshua Sturisky of Sandy Springs was held Saturday, Oct. 10, 2015, at Congregation Or Hadash.

Ryan is the son of Selwyn and Lauren Sturisky and has a sister, Ilana, 18, and a brother, Adam, 15. He is the grandson of Hessel and Julie Sturisky of Atlanta and the late Raymond and Phyllis Wilenzick, who lived in Roswell.

He is a seventh-grader at the Epstein School. For his mitzvah project, Ryan collected over 1,000 books to be donated to the organization Books for Africa.