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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-07-08

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JFS, Resettlement

Edward Gold was elected
president of Jewish Family
Service and Bernard H.
Stollman was re-elected presi-
dent of Resettlement Service
at the combined annual
meeting of the agencies held
at Congregation Shaarey



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The chairman of the
nominating committee of
Jewish Family Service was
Albert M. Colman. Members
of the committee were: Mar-
vin Daitch, Michael Feldman,
Jonathan Jaffa, Lauren Liss,
Maida Portnoy and Susan
Citrin (ex-officio).
The chairman of the
nominating committee for
Resettlement Service was
Barbara Marcuse. Members
of the committee were: Ethel
Frank, Pauline Grossman,
Jeffrey Howard, Esther Klein
and Max Sosin.
At the annual meeting, the
Resettlement Service honored
Pauline Grossman "for her
years of service to the agency
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FRIDAY, JULY 8, 1988

Officers and executive com-
mittee members elected to
the board of directors of
Jewish Family Service were:
Jon E. Jacobs and Harvey F.
Tennen, vice presidents;
Janice Shatzman, treasurer.
Elected to the executive com-
mittee at large were: Warren
Coville, Jeffrey R. Kravitz,
Jerome B. Levy and Gary
Snyder. Chairman of the
nominating committee for
1988-1989 is Susan Citrin.
Re-elected as officers of
Resettlement Service were:
Rabbi Lane Steinger, vice
president; George Tarnoff,
secretary; and Dorothy
Mazer, treasurer.
Gold is director of the
Oakland County Bar Associa-
tion and has been president of
the Southfield Bar Associa-
Newly elected for three-year
terms as members of the
board of directors of Jewish
Family Service were: Lisa
Brody, Dr. David I. Gordon,
Agnes Klein, Terran Leemis,
Marta Rosenthal and Bar-
bara Stone. Re-elected to the
board for three-year terms
were: Coville, Gold, Kravitz,
Levy, Rose Roth and Elieen
New board members elected
for three-year terms to Reset-
tlement Service were:
Maurice S. Binkow, Sidney D.
Feldman, Cheryl Riback and
Jeannie Weiner. Re-elected to
the board for three-year terms
were: use Doner, Dorothy
Mazer, Phyllis Stern, George
Tarnoff, Ruth Wayne and

Edward Gold

Grossman had been an agen-
cy social worker settling
refugees from 1939-1941 and
was a president of the agency
from 1971-1975.
Mrs. Citrin, outgoing JFS
president, reported that the
agency served 3,610 cases
during 1987. Of these 1,852
were aged cases. There were
347 clients served through
the agency's homemaker ser-
vice and 86 caregivers were
provided in-home respite care.
A total of 24 frail elderly were
served in the group apart-
ments and an average of 188
clients were served two meals
a day, five days a week, in the
kosher meals-on-wheels pro-
ject that is jointly sponsored
with the National Council of
Jewish Women, Greater
Detroit Section.
Stollman reported that
there has been a major in-
crease in the flow of refugees
into the community during
the past year. More than 90
individuals have arrived in
the Detroit area in the last 12
months and the agency an-
ticipates an increased
number will be resettled in
the local community in the
next 12 months.

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