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Posted: Wednesday, May 31, 2006 12:00 am

Sara Lynn Spitzer, daughter of Dr. Alan and Elaine Spitzer of St. James, N.Y., and Kevin Scott Deutsch, son of Kenneth and Diane Deutsch of Chesterfield, were married Nov. 12, 2005, at Woodbury Jewish Center, Woodbury, N.Y., where Rabbi Howard Kaplansky officiated. A wedding reception followed the ceremony at the Woodbury Jewish Center. She is the granddaughter of Bea and Arthur Cozewith and Florence and the late Louis Spitzer. He is the grandson of the late Daniel and Lillian Deutsch and the late Oscar and Florence Beldner, all of St. Louis.

Lauren Spitzer, the sister of the bride, was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Stacey Deutsch, the sister-in-law of the groom; Sarah Levinson; Marcy Miller; Hali Shipon; Jennifer Spitzer, sister-in-law of the bride; Stacy Cozewith, cousin of the bride; and Linsey Cozewith, cousin of the bride.

The groom chose Brian Deutsch, his brother, as best man.

Groomsmen were William Levinson; Kevin Lehrer; Jason Cohen; Jason Rich; Steven Spitzer, brother of the bride; Scott Youkilis; and Bill Levey. Ushers were Seth Workman and Jason Schneidkraut, cousin of the bride. The ring bearers were Jack Deutsch and Jacob Spitzer, nephews of the groom.

Following a wedding trip to Hawaii, the couple resides in West New York, N.J.


Lori Jill Seigel, daughter of Fred and Sheri Seigel of Chesterfield, and Randall Jay Sigel, son of Robert and Paula Sigel of St. Louis, have announced their engagement.

She is the granddaughter of the late Arthur and the late Judy Liebert of Las Vegas and the late Milton and the late Eunice Seigel of St. Louis. He is the grandson of Hymen and Ruth Glovinsky and the late Rose Katzman Glovinsky and the late Max and the late Lillian Sigel, all of St. Louis.

The bride-to-be is a graduate of Parkway Central High School and the University of Missouri at Columbia, where she earned a B.S. degree in elementary education and a master's degree in curriculum and instruction. She is currently a first-grade teacher in the Hazelwood School District. Her fiance is a graduate of Parkway Central High School and Bradley University, where he earned a bachelor's degree in administration of criminal justice. He is currently a real estate investor and co-owner of an event ticket brokerage agency.

A wedding this month is planned.


Amy Elizabeth Fitter, daughter of Jack and Linda Fitter of Chesterfield, and Dr. Christian W. Sikorski, son of Melanie Sikorski of Chicago, were married on June 4, 2005. A wedding reception followed the ceremony at the Zodiac Room at the Chase Park Plaza. The groom is the grandson of the late Frank and the late Mark Niemiec. The bride is the granddaughter of the late Charles and the late Bertha Schrenzel and the late Charles and the late Lillian Fitter. The bride chose Jodi Engelbrecht, the sister of the bride, as matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Carrie Faris, sister of the bride; Teal Walker; Shelbie Preger, and Mandy Saalfield.

The groom chose Justin Sikorski, his brother, as best man.

Groomsmen were Christopher Kruberb, cousin of the groom; Brian Lee; Rodd Goldman, and Craig Fitter, brother of the bride. Usher was Gregory Hillhouse. The ring bearer was Jacob Engelbrecht, the nephew of the bride. Flower girls were Emma Engelbrecht, niece of the bride; and Grace Faris, niece of the bride.

Following a wedding trip to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, the couple resides in Chicago.

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