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April 22, 1988 - Image 56

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-04-22

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NAME: Lauren Kogan Liss
AGE: 38
OCCUPATION: Community volunteer,
board member of the Jewish Welfare
Federation Women's Division, Sinai
Hospital Guild, Detroit Institute of Arts
Founders Junior Council, Temple Israel,
Jewish Family Service and Jewish
Federation Apartments.
RESIDENCE: West Bloomfield
FAMILY: Husband, Robert, an attorney.
Two children. Parents, Rita Haddow and
Jay Kogan. Two brothers, Mark, a real
estate developer in Manhattan, and
Seth, a physician in Long Beach, Calif.
One sister Amy Coyer of Short Hills,
N.J., owner of A.J. Cheers, a chain' store.
Grandparents, Sadie Cohn and the late
Irwin Cohn. Niece of Federal District
Judge Avern Cohn.
EDUCATION: Bachelor of Science degree
from Wayne State University.
SYNAGOGUE: Ibmple Israel and Adat
Shalom.
ORGANIZATIONS: Jewish Welfare
Federation, Women's American ORT,
Hadassah, National Council of Jewish
Women, Greater Detroit Interfaith
Round Table of the National Conference
of Christians and Jews.
FAVORITE BOOK: Prince of Tides by Pat
Conroy.
HOBBIES: Tennis, walking and aerobics.
LATEST ACCOMPLISHMENTS: Co-
chairman of the United Jewish Appeal

BACKGROUND: Lauren Kogan Liss grew
up in the Seven Mile-Livernois area and
attended Hampton Elementary School.
"I grew up in a family that has had a
long history of community involvement,
but my grandfather, Irwin Cohn, was
the greatest influence in setting my
goals. As a child I admired his work
and decided that I wanted to also work
toward community interrelations," says
Liss. Liss recalls attending many events
as a child where her grandfather was
honored. She also spent many
afternoons fishing with her grandfather
on Pine Lake. "I knew he was very
special, and I was lucky to be his
grandchild. I saw my grandfather very
involved in the Jewish community, but
he also had time to work with the
Urban league, the Round Table, the
Capuchin fathers and the Seminary in
Orchard Lake!' As a teenager, she was
president of the Southeastern Michigan
High School Red Cross. Lauren was
graduated from Grosse Pointe
University School. In that setting
Lauren became. aware of being an
outsider and her affirmation of Judaism
became even stronger. At age 19, she
worked on the Allied Jewish Campaign.
She attended the University of
Michigan and was graduated from
Wayne State University with a teaching
degree in 1972. Liss went into business
with her mom for 11 years and owned
the What's Cooking store in Applegate.
In 1977 she married Robert Liss. She
enjoys family vacations in Charlevoix
and New Mexico. "I feel very fortunate
that I have the time to be involved with
such a diverse group of activities. I can't
get bored because every day I'm
involved with different people and
different problems."

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