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April 01, 1983 - Image 43

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-04-01

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Friday, April 1, 1983 43

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Sylvia Serwin Named Administrator
of New Residence for Jewish Aged

Robert A. Steinberg,
president of the Jewish
Home for Aged, announces
that Sylvia Serwin, current
assistant executive director
of the agency, will assume
the role of associate director
and will be in charge of the
new Fleischman Residence
and Blumberg Plaza com-
plex currently under con-
struction in West Bloom-
field.
Serwin has actively ad-
ministered at the home's
Prentis Manor, Borman
Hall and Petoskey facilities
during her 17 years with the
agency.
She is vice president of
the Michigan League for
Nursing as well as vice
president of the board of di-
rectors of the Shapero
School of Nursing of Sinai
Hospital.
Steinberg also an-
nounced that Stephen

Roizen, currently assis-
tant executive director of
the home will also be
made associate director,
with responsibility for
Borman Hall operations
and fiscal management of
the entire agency.
Roizen came to the Home
in 1981 from Virginia
where he was director of the
Bureau of Cost Settlement
and Audit for Virginia's
Medicaid Program.
He earned his master's
degree in health services
and hospital administration
at Tulane University in
New Orleans, La. His back-
ground includes work in
health care administration
as well as public policy and
public administraton.
Cheryl Riskin and Cindy
Weingarden have both been
promoted to assistant direc-
tors of the home.
Riskin came to the

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home in 1975 as director
of programming, and has
administered the Prentis
Manor facility for 21/2
years. She received a
master's degree from
Wayne State University
and is a licensed nursing
home administrator. She
has had extensive ex-
perience in the develop-
ment of multi-media pre-
sentations for the home
and the community.
Weingarden has been di-
rector of planning and de-
sign of the new Fleischman
Residence.
Her academic back-
ground includes a master's
degree in education and
gerontology from the Uni-
versity of Michigan, where
she was affiliated with its
Institute of Gerontology.
Miss Weingarden's respon-
sibility will be planning and
coordination of
community-based services
for the home.
Charles S. Wolfe is execu-
tive vice president of the
home.

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"—

Robert A. Steinberg, third from left, congratu-
lates Sylvia Serwin on assuming her new role. Pic-
tured with them are, from left: Stephen Roizen, Cindy
Weingarden, Steinberg, Serwin, Charles S. Wolfe and
Cheryl Riskin.



Rosalyn Zeidman Is Married

Rosalyn Judith Zeidman
and Kenneth Allan Fox
were married in a recent
double-ring ceremony at
Cong. Bnai Moshe. Rabbi
Stanley Rosenbaum of Bnai
Moshe and Cantor Max
Shimansky of Cong. Beth
Achim officiated.
The bride is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard J.
Zeidman of Westland. Par-
ents of the bridegroom are
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Fox of
Farmington Hills.
Benita Cox was the mat-
ron of honor and Erika Fox,
sister of the bridegroom,
was the bridesmaid.
Richard Fox of Tel
Aviv, Israel, was his
brother's best man.
Loren Zeidman, brother
of the bride, was the
usher. Lee Cohn was the
ring bearer.
Also participating in the
ceremony were: Rose Man-
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Fox and Flora Fisher,
grandmothers of the bride-
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Freeman, Bruce Fisher and
Gary Sicherman.
Following a honeymoon
in Hawaii, the couple are
residing in Chicago, Ill.

Israel's Security Needs Cited

NEW YORK — Follow-
ing the Six-Day War in
1967, the U.S. Joint Chiefs
of Staff responded to a query
from the Secretary of De-
fense to assess Israel's secu-
rity needs.
The Joint Chiefs replied,
in a memo that was kept
secret until it was recently
released:
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western portions of Judea
and Samaria and portions of
the Sinai near Eilat and the
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