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Michael Shapiro, the bride's daughter and son-in-law. Rabbi Dennis G. Shulman is to officiate, and Rabbi David Wolfman, a son of the bride, will assist.
The bride, 66, is the administrative assistant to Rabbi Shulman in his office in Demarest, N. The bridegroom, 67, is an advertising executive at The Jewish Week, a newspaper in Manhattan. The bride and bridegroom became friends as children in the early 's in Crown Heights, Brooklyn, where they lived. The youngsters graduated from Erasmus Hall High School, where they remained friends but never dated.
Druckerman was a guest at Ms. Wolfman's wedding two years after graduation. But then they lost touch. In the four decades that followed, they did not meet or talk, he said.
Inhe married, later moving with his wife and children to Miami. Both marriages ended in divorce only weeks apart in Druckerman recalled that one day in springafter he had relocated to New York, a Web advertisement popped onto his computer screen, claiming that it could ''find almost anyone.
He knew only the address where she had once lived and her husband's first and last names. The site yielded the telephone and address of her former husband, who, after receiving assurances that Mr. Druckerman was indeed an old friend, gave him Ms. Wolfman's new phone. Druckerman said. She did not respond right away. The relationship that followed was punctuated repeatedly by proposals of marriage by Mr. Druckerman over the next five years. But all were rebuffed.
Wolfman said, but she believed she would lose her Social Security benefits. Finally, this February, Mr. Druckerman called Social Security to complain that its rules were interfering with his marriage plans. But the agent told him that he and Ms. Wolfman were mistaken: she could continue collecting benefits.
Druckerman recalled. When he did, he got the answer he wanted.Married and looking Laurel Hollow
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WEDDINGS/CELEBRATIONS; Marsha Wolfman, Henry Druckerman