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October 07, 1988 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-10-07

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to describe Max Fisher in 25
words or less. Among the
authors of this plaque are
Paul Borman, Rabbi Richard
C. Hertz, Rabbi Irwin Groner,
David Hermelin, Jason Hon-
igman and Alan E. Schwartz.
(-7Borman marvels at Fisher's
civic success, and he tells The
Jewsh News: "Max is
remarkable. In his own in-
imitable way he's able to do
these kinds of things. Here's
a man who walks in the
highest circles of government
and he carries it out with
such aplomb .. .
"He had no formal training
for this, but he does it so well.
He does everything so well."
Says Gordon Zacks, "The
way Max has influenced
others is by influencing
himself. He leads by example.
He has given of his time, his
money, and has shared him-
' self completely in service of
the Jewishpeople . . . When
he reaches out to recruit peo-
ple for their money or time, he
is a role model — he has
-, already given of himself."
Jason Honigman concurs.
"Max sits down with people
and gives them a pitch why
they should do something. For
those who have the money
and time to do it, he pitches
( what he pitches for himself."
And this consumate pitch
t --;- man has no intention of slow-
ing down. "I'm not ready to
r
retire," he says, citing his
work with the Detroit Renais-
sance civic group, the Jewish
) Agency, U.S. politics and his
vast business interests.
"What fun is it to retire
=
when I'm having so much
fun?" ❑

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