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January 17, 1992 - Image 87

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-01-17

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STEPHEN C. COOPER
was elected by his colleagues
to serve as chief judge of the
46th District Court. Judge
Cooper is this year's recipient
of the Distinguished Service
Award of the Oakland Coun-
ty Bar Association for his ef-
forts in educating the public
about legal rights and respon-
sibilities. He was also selected
for this year's Martin Luther
King, Jr. Award which is
given to a local citizen whose
life exemplifies the ideals of
community service and
brotherhood.

LAWRENCE BERRY of
Bloomfield Hills is the pro-
gram vice chairman for a con-
clave sponsored by the
American Society for Tech-
nion to be held in Washing-
ton, D.C.

AMY SIMON of Bloomfield
Hills, a sophomore at
Brandeis University, has
been accepted to the Mt.
Sinai School of Medicine in
New York City. Amy is one of
25 students accepted to the
medical school as part of their
special humanities and
medicine program.

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lost in the big bank shuffle?

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Bank

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Harriet Schiff
HARRIET SCHIFF has
been appointed to the position
of Community Relations
Director of Bortz Health Care
Facilities. Ms. Schiff, a former
Detroit News reporter, has
built a reputation in the field
of bereavement through her
writing and lecturing. Along
with her outreach respon-
sibilities, she will work
within the 2,000 employee
group to facilitate com-
munications between cor-
porate offices and the 12
homes located in greater
Detroit and Northern
Michigan.

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W. BLOOMFIELD

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SHARON SCHOMER of
Grand Rapids was among 200
delegates at the Prime
Timers Institute who focused
on "The Jewish Woman in
Transition" as part of
Hadassah's outreach to the
45-60 target population.

2523 W. MAPLE
(at CRAN BROOK)

BLOOMFIELD HILLS

CLASSIFIED
GET RESULTS!

Call The Jewish News

354.5959

433-3070

2717 WOODWARD AVE.
(JUST N. OF CATALPA)
BERKLEY

542-2500

THE DETROIT .IFWISH NEWS

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