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April 20, 1990 - Image 95

Resource type:
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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-04-20

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Marty
Krohner of
the Wayne
County
Prosecutor's
Office.

ween people and groups," he
says.
Krohner credits his
religious training for his
strong values. "As a child, I
learned the value of Torah
and the importance of doing
good for people, not because
you want something in
return, but because it is
something that you want to
do."
Though elated with his
MADD award, Krohner says
he does not go looking for
rewards. While he may not
seek praise, according to Greg
Bien, he earns it. "Marty is
unique because of his will-
ingness to become involved,"
Bien says. "Many people
donate money, but the most
precious resource is time; you
can't buy it. Marty gives his
unfailingly."
Krohner plans to continue
his involvement with MADD.
"We're making headway, but
we have a long way to go," he
says. "This is an important
area in our society that still
needs to be addressed.
"Thank God I have never
been a victim," he adds. El

An attorney tries
to increase public
awareness of
drunk driving.

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