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March 10, 1989 - Image 82

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-03-10

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Art Efros: Camp Doctor


Local Columnist

if my family and friends are healthy. In
medicine you see real pain and real
suffering. You can't let the little stuff
bother you."

BACKGROUND: Arthur Efros grew up in

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FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 1989

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RESIDENCE: West Bloomfield
FAMILY: Married to Pam Sweet, an

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NAME: Arthur Allan Efros
AGE: 38
OCCUPATION: Physician with Oakland

investor in residential property. Three
children: Stacey, age six; Kevin, age
five; and Valerie, age one. His parents
Ada and Jerry Efros live in Oak Park.
Grandmother Rose Efros also resides in
Oak Park. Brothers Howard, David and
Barry are pharmacists in the family
business, Efros Drugs.

EDUCATION: Undergraduate degree from
the University of Michigan in
psychology and medical degree from
Wayne State University in 1977.

SYNAGOGUE: Temple Kol Ami

Medical Society, active in Fresh Air
Society, Audubon Society, Sierra Club,
National Wildlife Federation

FAVORITE BOOK: Last book read was A
Brief History in Time by Stephen

HOBBIES: Playing music on the banjo
and harmonica, star gazing, bird
watching, baseball and camp

starting harmonica lessons, it's that I
became board certified in geriatric

PHILOSOPHY: "Everything on earth has

its place. Man has to realize that his
position on earth and in the universe is
one of developing a healthy respect for
the planet we live on. Also, I'm grateful

Oak Park. He has fond memories of
living in a close-knit community
walking to Tyler Elementary and Norup
Jr. High School, playing with friends
and attending Congregation Beth
At age 13, he began working at
Efros Drugs in Southfield with his
father. He believes that working at a
young age taught him responsibility
and helped his interpersonal skills.
"When you start that young dealing
with the public, you become
Another important experience of his
youth was attending Camp Kennedy. "I
developed a life philosophy there. It was
a great experience, a growing
After graduating from Berkely High
School, he then went to the University
of Michigan for an undergraduate
degree. In 1977, he was graduated from
Wayne State University with a medical
degree. His three other brothers all
became pharmacists. "It was never for
me," says Efros.
Efros is active in the Fresh Air
Society and enjoys being a camp doctor
at Camp Maas in the summer. One
year, he went two sessions. He takes his
entire family and even some nieces and
nephews. His hobbies of astronomy and
bird watching are helpful on the nature
hikes. "I like feeling like a camper. I
like playing with the kids, and they are
not that sick."



"It's in the Bag" is the name of the
upcoming fashion show presented by the
,Michigan Chapter of Ileitis and Colitis
Foundation. Carol Roberts, fashion show
chairman, recently hosted a luncheon at
her home for committee members. Some of
the members on the committee include:
Faye Bader, Toby Caplan, Jeanne
Dubin, Nanci Rands, Dee Brode and
Reinhart Gelzayd. The date is April 11
with fashions by Jacobson's at Southfield
Manor. For information, call the Ileitis
and Colitis Foundation, 354-6080.


Fashion designer Carolina Herrera will
make a personal appearance at the
upcoming Saks Fifth Avenue fashion show
March 15 at the Westin Hotel sponsored
by The Women's Association for the
Detroit Symphony. Lois and Morris

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