Mazel tov to the Luskeys
Congratulations to Bennie and Sonya Luskey, who will be celebrating his 90th birthday on July 23 and their 63rd anniversary on Aug. 18. Their children, Henry and Jeanie Luskey of Fort Worth and Rossi and Dr. Gary Solomon of Dallas, will co-host a family luncheon on July 25 at Cousin’s Bar-B-Q in Fort Worth.
Bennie Luskey, a member of a well-known local family, has lived in Fort Worth his entire life and has been a member of Congregation Ahavath Sholom for about 60 years. The Luskeys have four grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.
The Luskeys are blessed with everything in their life. One of the highlights of their time together over the past 63 years are the many bus tours they have taken to Las Vegas and throughout Canada and the United States.
Sonya and Bennie have been happily married for the past 63 years and are looking forward to the future.
Mazel Tov to the Luskey-Solomon families.
On the calendar at CAS
On Wednesday, July 29, at 9 p.m., Congregation Ahavath Sholom will hold a special service in observance of Tisha B’Av. Participants are invited to bring a flashlight with them. At the morning minyan at 6:45 on Thursday, July 30, the observance of Tisha B’Av will continue.
On Saturday, Aug. 1, there will be a special Kiddush luncheon following Shabbat morning services at Congregation Ahavath Sholom honoring Leon Brachman on his 89th birthday. Anyone interested in wanting to honor Leon by co-sponsoring the Kiddush, should contact Elsie Blum at 817-923-6197 or the shul office at 817-731-4721.
News from the Kaye family
The Steve Kaye family in Fort Worth is doing well and keeping busy. Valerie and the kids, Dorie (14, who will go to Paschal in the fall) and Brian (10, who will be a fourth-grader and will continue his studies at Fort Worth Academy) just got back from a wonderful week in Houston visiting with family. While the family was in Houston, Stephen Kaye continued to work hard, along with his partners, Daniel “Red” Goldstein and Adam Deem, at their new capital management company, Teaktree. Stephen, Red and Adam opened their doors in April 2009, and are doing very well. Company headquarters are at 1300 S. University Drive, Suite 407, Fort Worth, TX 76107. You can reach Stephen at 817-744-8450 or visit them online at www.teaktreecapital.com.
Valerie also has exciting news to share about her work with Professional Caretakers, Inc. Valerie, a longtime gerontologist/licensed master social worker, is excited that Professional Caretakers just moved to a new location in Fort Worth. The new address is 6050 Harris Pkwy.
Professional Caretakers has now opened the Rose Cottage of Texas in Fort Worth. It is an adult daytime care center by the people known for excellence in home care and personal assistance since 1988. They are still providing quality in home care for seniors and for folks who just need a bit of care to recuperate from an illness or surgery. Some of their clients even live in other facilities and just want some additional one-on-one attention. Valerie said, “We are excited to introduce it in Fort Worth. The Rose Cottage of Texas will offer a wonderful alternative for families who would like for their loved ones to have a social, fun and active place away from home with an experienced and caring staff.” The center is open Monday–Friday, 7 a.m. until 6 p.m. Valerie would be pleased, along with the Professional Caretaker staff, to give a tour any time. Valerie can be reached at 817-921-9500. Please look them up at www.professionalcaretakers.com.
Greta and David Beckerman will have as their guests this weekend, daughter and son-in-law, Iris and Sid Newman of Andover, Mass. In the meantime, the Beckermans’ son and daughter-in-law, Neil and Lisa Beckerman, are house-hunting in Big D.
Welcome visitor at the home of Mona and Les Kaitcer was their son, Steve, of Oklahoma City, who delighted his folks with his four-day visit.
Mazel tov to the Luskeys