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August 09, 1985 - Image 8

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-08-09

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eritheAugust 9, 1985

THE DETROiT JEWISI-1 NEWS

LOCAL NEWS

Allied Jewish Campaign
Leaders For '86 Named

G. Orley

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The 1986 Allied Jewish Cam-
paign leadership team has been
announced by General Chair-
men Stanley D. Frankel and
Paul D. Borman.
Vice chairmen are Lawrence
S. Jackier, Emery I. Klein,
Graham A. Orley and Joseph H.
Orley. The latter three are also
major gifts chairmen, with Jac-
kier heading up Project Re-
newal.
Robert H. Naftaly, last year's
general chairman, will serve as
adviser to the divisions.
The major gifts chairmen in-
clude five former Campaign
chairmen: Samuel Frankel, Jack
A. Robinson, David S. Mondry,
David Handleman and Daniel
M. Honigman. Others are David
Hermelin, Dr. Joseph M. Jacob-
son, Morris Rochlin, Jane Sher-
man, Joseph B. Colten and Dr.
Marvin D. Siegel.
Jackier is a member of Feder-
ation's Executive Committee
and chairs its National and
Community Relations Agencies
budgeting and planning di-
vision. A United Jewish Appeal
national vice chairman, Jackier
has headed the Campaign's Pro-
fessional Service Division, is on
the executive committee of .the
Jewish Community Center and
serves on the board of United
Jewish Charities.
Klein, a Campaign vice
chairman last year, is a member
of Federation's Board of Gover-
nors and serves on its Commu-
nity Services Division. He is a
former chairman of the Cam-
paign's Mercantile Division and
is on the boards of United
Jewish Charities and the De-
troit Service Group (DSG).
The Orleys also were Cam-
paign vice chairmen last year.
Graham is a former chairman of
the Campaign Real Estate and
Building Trades Division and
was pre-Campaign chairman for
several years. He is vice
president of the United Jewish
Charities and a board member

of the Max M. Fisher Jewish
Community Foundation,
Joseph Orley has served on
Federation's Collection Review
Committee and has chaired the
Campaign's Industrial and Au-
tomotive Division, A former
pre-Campaign vice chairman, he
has served on the boards of the
Jewish Federation Apartments
and the DSO.
Naftaly is a member of Feder-
ation's Executive Committee as
well as board member of the
UJC, DSO and the Jewish
Community Center, He isms
on the National and Community
Relations Agencies Budgeting
and Planning Division, end he
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Klein

Jackier

committee, chairing its Larg
City Budgeting Conference.
Frankel is a former vic
president of Federation and is
member of its Board of Gover
nors. A recipient of the Fred M.
Butzel Memorial Award, he is
past president of the Jewish
Community Center and sits on
the boards of Sinai Hospital,
United Jewish Charities and the
Detroit Service Group.
A vice president of Federa
tion, Robinson chaired the 1984
Campaign. He is a former pre-
Campaign co-chairman, has led
the Professional Service Di.
vision and is a board member of
the Detroit Service Group and
the Jewish Federation Apart-
ments, of which he is a past
president.
Mondry has been active in the
Campaign for many years, sere
ing as Campaign chairman in

Cominunal leaders
take chairmanships
and major gifts
roles.

1981. He is currently a board
member of the Detroit Service
Group and Sinai Hospital.
Handleman is president of
United Jewish Charities and is
a member of Federation's
Executive Committee. A Cam-
paign chairman in 1979 and
1980, he currently sits on the
boards of HIAS and the Council
of Jewish Federations.
Honigman has served as both
general chairman and associate
chairman of the Campaign. He

has served on Federation's
Board of Governors and its Cash
Mobilization Committee. Na-
tionally, Honigman has served
as national vice-chairman of the
United Jewish Appeal and board
member of the Joint Distribu-
tion Committee,
Active in the Jewish commu-
nity, Hermelin sits on the
boards of Federation and the
Jewish Home for Aged. Past
Erssident of Cong. Shaarey
Udak, he is national campaign
chairman for State of Israel
Bonds,
Dr, Jacobson has chaired the
Dentists Section of the Profes-
sional Health Division end
Wined on the board of United
Hebrew Schools. He site on the

board of the Community Sery
ices Division,
Rochlin has chaired the CM'
jasign's Industrial and Autoino-
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