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October 11, 1985 - Image 82

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-10-11

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82 Friday, October 11, 1985

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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D. Dan Kahn, center, accepts the State of Israel's Gates of Jerusalem
Medal from David Hermelin at the Tam-O-Shanter dinner for Israel
Bonds. Pictured with them, are, from left: Dr. Edwin Schneider,
Jack Shenkman, Hermelin, Kehn, Betty Kehn, Herbert Rechter and
Emil Cohen.

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In cooperation with these
Jewish Welfare Federation member agencies:

• Fresh Air Society
• Hebrew Free Loan Association
• Jewish Community Center
• Jewish Community Council
• Jewish Family Service
• Jewish Federation Apartments
• Jewish Home for Aged
• Jewish Vocational Service
and Community Workshop
• Midrasha—College of Jewish Studies
• Resettlement Service

•Sinai Hospital ,

• United Hebrew Schools

of department of medicine at
DeWitt Army Hospital and chief
of medicine and chief of gas-
troenterology at St. Joseph
Mercy Hospital in Pontiac.
He is a member of six major
professional societies, and serves
on the board of directors of the
Oakland County Medical
society.
He is a former chairman of
the Israel Bonds medical di-
vision. Both he and his wife,
Alice, a former high school
teacher, are long-time leaders in
Cong. Shaarey Zedek. Mrs. Ra-
gins is also active in Women's
American ORT, Southwood
Chapter, having served on the
ORT board of directors, as
chairman of various committes,
and as vice president of special
events.
She is also a life member of
Hadassah, a member of
Maimonides Society and is a
volunteer counselor and faculty
member at The Haven.
Dr. Miller earned his Doctor
of Osteopathy degree at
Kirksville College of Osteo-
pathic Medicine.
He has been the attending
senior surgeon at Detroit Osteo-
pathic, Bi-County Community,
Oakland General, Pontiac Oste-
opathic and William Beaumont,
Troy Hospitals.
Dr. Miller is a clinical profes-
sor of Surgery at Michigan Col-
lege of Osteopathic Medicine
'and Michigan State University;
and is a faculty member of
American College of Osteopathic
Surgeons, teaching post-
graduate courses in surgery.
In 1981 the American College
of Osteopathic Surgeons named
Dr. Miller the "Distinguished
Osteopathic Surgeon of the
Year."
Dr. Miller is a fellow of the
American College of Osteopathic
Obstetricians and Gynecologists
and is secretary /treasurer to
the American Osteopathic Board
tSurgery.
His invbivernent in communal
organizations includes: past di-
rector, Jewish Family and Chil-
dren's Service; cabinet member,





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Allied Jewish Campaign - Israel
Emergency Fund - Professional
Divison; director, Detroit Serv-
ice Group; and member, Ambas-
sador's Society of Trustees of
State of Israel Bonds.
Florence Miller graduated
with a B.S. degree in Domestic
Science from Georgian Court
•College in Lakewood, N.J. She
is an active volunteer for B'nai
B'rith, the American Red Cross,
the American Cancer Society,
the United Foundation and the
Michigan Animal Rescue
League.
Dr. Rosenfeld earned his Doc-
tor of Podiatric Medicine degree
at the Ohio College of Podiatric
Medicine.
In private practice since 1961,
he is affiliated with Riverside
Osteopathic Hospital in Trenton
and with the department of
surgery, Kern Hospital in War-
ren. Dr. Rosenfeld is a Diplo-
mate: American Board of
Podiatric Orthopedics, American
Board of Podiatric Surgery, and
the International Society
Podiatric Laser Surgery. He is a
.fellow: American College of Foot
Surgeons, Ambulatory College
of Foot Surgeons, and American
Association of Hospital Podiat-
rists. He is also an associate,
American Academy of Podiatric
Sports Medicine.
He was named Phi Alpha Pi
Professional Fraternity's "Man
of the Year" in 1960 and was
the recipient of the Michigan
Podiatric Medical Association's
Crisis Management Award in
1980.
Reva Rosenfeld is a graduate
of Pointe Park College, in
Pittsburg, PA.
Mrs. Rosenfeld has served as
district chairman for the Ameri-
can Cancer Society, district
chairman for the Muscular Dys-
trophy Assocition, district coor-
dinator for American Red
Cross-Bloomfield Hills, and is a
member of the Michigan
ric Medication Association-
Women's Auxiliary.
For reservations And informa-
tion, call Israel Bonds, 557-2900.

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