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August 08, 1986 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-08-08

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

LOCAL NEWS

Top Leaders Named
For 1987 AJCampaign

General Chairmen Paul D.
Borman and Emery I. Klein
have named their top leader-
ship for the 1987 Allied
Jewish Campaign.
Vice chairmen are David
Hermelin, Lawrence S. Jac-
kier, Morris Rochlin and
Jane Sherman. Hermelin,
Rochlin and Sherman are
also major gifts chairmen,
with Jackier heading up the
Project Renewal committee.
This year's major gifts
chairmen include six former
Campaign chairmen: Irwin
Green, David Handleman,
David S. Mondry, Jack A.
Robinson, Marvin H.
Goldman and Daniel M. Hon-
igman. Others are Mandell
Berman, Paul Borman, Dr.
Joseph Jacobson, Graham Or-
ley, Joseph H. Orley, Herbert
Rechter, Lester Burton, Ben-
jamin Frank, Bernard Klein,
Joseph B. Colten and Dr.
Marvin Siegel.
Hermelin sits on the boards
of Federation and the Jewish
Home for Aged, and will lead
Federation's Mission to
Washington this September.
Past president of Cong.
Shaarey Zedek, he is national
campaign chairman for the
State of Israel Bonds and is
active on behalf of many
Jewish organizations.
Jackier, a Campaign vice
chairman last year, is a
member of Federation's
Executive Committee and
chairs its National and
Community Relations Agen-
cies budgeting and planning
division. A United Jewish
Appeal national vice chair-
man, Jackier will lead the
Chazak Community Leader-
ship Mission to Israel this
September.
Rochlin helped chair the
Campaign's major gifts effort
last year. He also has been
industrial and Automotive
Division chairman and was a
co-chairman of the Campaign
in 1980. Rochlin is a board
member of the Detroit Serv-
ice Group and of the United
Hebrew Schools.
A member of Federation's
Executive Committee, Sher-
man is national vice-
chairman of the United
Jewish Appeal and national
UJA Project Renewal chair-
man. She has served as
president and Campaign of
Federation's Women's Di-
vision and on the boards of
United Jewish Charities,
Federation's Community
Services Division and the
Fresh Air Society.
Green, a recipient of the
Fred M. Butzel Memorial
Award, is a member of Fed-
eration's Board of Governors.
A former Federation vice-
president and Campaign
chairman, he served as
president of United Jewish
Charities. Green is a board
member of the Sinai Hospital
and the Detroit Service
Group.
Handleman is president of
United Jewish Charities and
a member of Federation's

Rochlin

Hermelin

Sherman

Jackier

Executive Committee. A
campaign chairman in 1979
and 1980, he currently sits on
the boards of HIAS and the
Council of Jewish Federa-
tions. He has been named
1986 Butzel Awardee.
Mondry has been active in
the Campaign for many
years, serving as Campaign
chairman in 1981. He is cur-
rently a member of Federa-
tion's Board of Governors and
has served on the Sinai Hos-
pital and DSG boards.
A vice-president of Federa-
tion, Robinson chaired the
1984 Campaign. He is a
former pre-Campaign co-
chairman, has led the Profes-
sional Service Division and is
a board member of United
Jewish Charities, DSG and
the Jewish Federation
Apartments, of which he is a
past president.
Goldman, past Campaign
chairman, will lead this
year's cash collection commit-
tee and is a former chairman
of the Industrial and Au-
tomotive Division. He is on
the boards of Federation,
Sinai Hospital and the
Jewish Home for Aged.
Honigman has served as
both general chairman and
associate chairman of the
Campaign, as well as a
member of Federation's
Board of Governors and its
cash mobilization committee.
Nationally, Honigman has
served as national vice
chairman of the United
Jewish Appeal. and board
member of the Joint Distri-
bution Committee.
Berman, a past president of
Federation, is a member of
its Executive Committee and
heads the Federated Endow-
ment Fund. Former chairman
of the Campaign's Real Es-
tate Division, Berman sits on
the boards of Sinai Hospital,
United Hebrew Schools and
the Midrasha, College of
Jewish Studies.
Paul Borman has served as
associate chairman and vice
chairman of the Campaign as

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