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August 31, 1984 - Image 39

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-08-31

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THE biETAdif

More AJCampaign leaders announced

Members of the Cam- chairman of the UJA Young education budgeting and
Jewish Center. Marx has
paign Management Com- Leadership Cabinet.
planing division, the Jewish served as chairman of the
mittee, as well as division
Center
and
the
Fresh
Air
Both Giles and Page are
dentists and dental
chairmen, of the 1985 Allied
suppliers section of the pro-
Jewish Campaign have Federation vice presidents Society.
Greenberg, past associate fessional health division.
been announced by General and past' recipients of the chairman
of the Campaign's
Alterman and Burnstein
Chairmen Stanley D. JWF Frank A. Wetsman former food
and services di- have been active in the
Memorial Leadership
Frankel and Robert H. Naf- Award.
Giles has chaired vision, has served qzt the Campaign's Professional
taly.
Federation's
Conference of board of directors of Jewish Service Division for several
The Campaign Manage- Division Chairmen
and is Family Service and is on the years..Alterman is a former
ment Committee includes on
boards of UJC and board of the DSG.
chairman of the division's
Michael Maddin, who the the
Rechter has been active attorneys section, served as
Detroit Service Group.
chairs missions; Lawrence He is
a former chairman of in the industrial and au- chairman of the UJA Young
S. Jackier, Project Renewal; the professional
di- tomotive division for sev- Leadership Cabinet and is
Peter M. Alter, new gifts; vision and its health
eral years and served as its on the boards of United He-
medical
Michael Feldman, worker
section and has pre-Campaign chairman. brew Schools and Jewish
recruitment and training; physicians
He is a recipient of the B'nai Vocational _Service. Burns-
Dr. Conrad L. Giles and served as a pre-Campaign B'rith
Great American Tra- tein has been associate
Davi4 K. Page, private chairman.
Page is past chairman of ditions Award and served chairman of the profes-
clubs; Harriet Dunsky and Federation's
needs on the board of directors of sional service division and
N. Brewster Broder, Super division and is capital
DSG.
on
the
boards
is on the boards of the DSG
Sunday; Marvin H. of the DSG and UJC. He has the Slatkin,
president of the and JVS.
Goldman and I. William been chairman of the Cam- Jewish Center,
is on the
Kravitz has been associ-
Sherr, 'cash; and Dr. David paign's professional service boards of Federation,
ate chairman of the met-
Harold and Kenneth J. Saf- division and co-chairman of Fresh Air Society and the
the ropolitan division. He is a
ran, Hadracha.
DSG.
He
is
a
former
pre-
its
attorneys
section.
former vice president of the
Division chairmen are
Mrs. Dunsky is a former Campaign chairman and Metropolitan Detroit B'nai
Bernard Klein and Howard board
member of the Fresh chairman of the real estate B'rith Council.
Tapper, who chair mercan-
Society and currently and building trades division
Howard has been active
tile and food, with Nate Air
serves on the board of the and has served as president in the YAD for years. A
Greenberg; Herbert Rech- women's
division. Last year of the Young Adult Di- former chairman of its
ter, industrial and automa- she chair•d
Super Sunday. vision. He is a recipient of school and youth commit-
tive; Robert Slatkin, real es-
a member of Feder-• the Boesky Memorial tee, he served on the di-
. tate and building trades; Broder,
board of _governors, Award.
vision's executive commit-
Dr. Martin Hart and Dr. ation's
Hart and Marx have both tee and was vice chairman
led the Campaign's real
John D. Marx, professional has
and building trades held leadership positions in of the men's campaign sec-
health; Irwin Alterman and estate
division
and chaired last the professional health di- tion.
Abraham Burnstein, pro- year's Federation
He vision of the Campaign.
Mrs. Hart has held
fessional service; Jeffrey R. is a past president Fair.
Hart is a former associate numerous positions in Fed-'
Kravitz, metropolitan; and Jewish Center, where of he the
is chairman of the division eration's women's division.
Sharon Hart, women's. Jef-
lifetime board member and has been chairman of A recipient of the Sylvia
frey J,TIoward is president a and
on the boards of the. its medical physicians sec- Simon Greenberg Young
of the Young Adult Di- DSG is and
Tamarack Hills tion. A recipient of the Leadership Award, she
vision.
Frank A. Wetsman Award, served as associate chair-
Authority.
Maddin, president of the
Goldman is former he has been local chairman man of the division's Cam-
Fresh Air Society, is on the chairman of the Campaign . of the UJA Young Leader- paign and is on the boards of
Jewish Welfare Federa- and led its industrial and ship Cabinet, is on Federa- Jewish Family Servicg, and
tion's board of governors automotive division. He is tion's culture and educations Federation's national agen-
and served 011 its culture on the boards of Federation, budgeting and planning di- cies budgeting and plan-
and education budgeting Sinai HospitaLand Jewish vision and the board of the ning division.
and planning division. He is Home for the Aged. Sherr, a
a former pre-Campaign former Campaign co-
chairman and chairman of chairman, served as associ-
the real estate and building ate chairman 'and chaired
trades division.
the services-arts and crafts
Five of the Jewish' Wel-
A member of Federation's , division. He is on the boards fare Federation's member
executive committee, Jac- of UHS, Jewish Home for agencies will receive alloca-
kier chairs the JWF na- the Aged and the DSG and tions from the United
tional and community rela- sits on the JWF capital Foundation's 1984 Capital
Fund Division campaign.
tions agencies budgeting needs division.
Harold has chaired the
The division, whose cam-
and planning division and is
on the executive committee medical section of the pro- paign is separate from the
of the Jewish Community fessional health division United Foundation's an-
Center and the board of and co-chaired Federation's nual Torch Drive, was es-
United Jewish Charities. Hadracha program. He has tablished in 1963 to help fi-
He is a former chairman of served on several Federa- nance construction, renova-
the professional service di- tion committees and was tion and equipment pur-
vision and has been na- area chairman of the UJA chases at health and social
tional chairman of the Young Leadership Cabinet. service facilities in the met- Gerald Greenwald
Safran is on. Federation's ropolitan Detroit area.
United Jewish Appeal
According to Gerald West Bloomfield ambula-
Young Leadership Cabinet. community' services di-
vision and is past president Greenwald, this year's tory care facility. Funds to-
Alter, a board member of of
the Young Adult Di-
chairman, taling $103,000 will be allo-
Federation's culture and vision. He is a recipient of campaign
"Eighty non-profit hospitals cated to the FAS for use at •
education budgeting and . the William H. Boesky and
community service the Brighton and Ortonville
planning division, is on the Memorial Award and has agencies
in the tri-county
sites. JFS will receive
boards of the Jewish Center served on various Sinai area will benefit from the camp
$5,000.
and the Jewish Community Hospital committees.
drive."
To purchase equipment
Council. He has chaired the
Klein and Tapper
The UF regularly allo-
attorneys section of the pro- been active in the mercan- cates funds to Federation's for its new Fleischman Re-
fessional service division tile division for several. Jewish Community Center, sidence in West Bloomfield,
Home for the Aged
and served' as to-chairman years. Klein is on Federa- the Fresh Air Society, Jewish
will receive $100,000. The
for the UJA Young Leader- tion's culture and education Jewiah Family Service, JVS-CW
will receive
ship Cabinet.
budgeting and planning di- Shiffman Clinic of Sinai $435,500 from the current
Feldman is on Federa- vision and serves on the Hospital and the Jdwish campaign, and an addiional
tion's culture and education board of the Holocaust Vocational Service and $143,000 from the 1977
division and the board of Memorial Center. Tapper Cominunity Workshop. .
campaign, toward the pur-
Through the '84 CFD chase of a facility ,to consoli-
United Hebrew Schools. He has been a member of the
served as an associate UJA Young Leadership campaign, Sinai- Hospital date Oakland County
chairman of the attorneys Cabinet and is on the boards will receive $400,000 offices and allow for expan-
section and is a former area of Federation's culture and toward the purchase of its sion of services

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