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March 13, 1992 - Image 98

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-03-13

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WEDDINGS I

MAKERS OF CUSTOM LAMINATED PRODUCTS

Futuristic Furnishings, Inc., is proud to announce the addition of:

MICHAEL MOORE

formerly of Interior Technologies, Inc., to their sales & design team. Being
a custom furniture & cabinetry designer for many years, Michael's experience
with very traditional woodworking to very contemporary plastic laminate
is a welcome service for all of our clients.
If quality, timeliness, installation, service and a first class design in
laminate or wood is important to you, please call Michael for a free
consultation.

4329 Normandy Court • Royal Oak, Michigan 48073 • (313) 549-6300 • FAX (313) 549-6330

Sneider
Custom
Interiors

Sears
Risa Janice Sears and
Thomas Kurt Page were
recently married at Temple
Israel in West Bloomfield.
Rabbi Harold Loss officiated.
Risa is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Sears of West
Bloomfield:Thomas is the son
of the late Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Page.
Laurie Buchman, sister of
the bride, was the matron of

Design Creativity
At Its Finest

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Residential and Commercial

-

Page
honor. William. Page of
Odessa, Texas, brother of the
groom, was the best man.
Risa, a graduate of Oakland
University and Michigan
State University, is a teacher
with the West Bloomfield
schools. Thomas is associated
with the Detroit News.
After a honeymoon cruising
the Caribbean, the couple are
residing in West Bloomfield.

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FRIDAY, MARCH 13, 1992

W. Bloomfield

We are winning.

i' AMERICAN

SOCIETY
CANCER.

Heinz Prechter, chairman
and chief executive of ASC,
Inc., will relate his experience
as a participant in President
George Bush's recent trade
mission to Japan and trends
in the world economy at the
Economic Forum of the
Jewish Federation of
Metropolitan Detroit March
30. .
The noon gathering will
take place at the Radisson
Plaza in Southfield.
Mr. Prechter has seen
American Sunroof Co. grow
from a one-man business in-
stalling sunroofs in a two-car
garage in San Francisco in
1965 to an international cor-
poration with 30 facilities
worldwide and nearly 3,000
employees.
Coming to Detroit in 1967,
Mr. Prechter's company ven-
tured into other custom-
tailored products. Today,
American Sunroof Co. is one
of three divisions of ASC, Inc.
Mr. Prechter also is involv-
ed with the Holocaust
Memorial Center, Greater
Detroit Chamber of Com-
merce, Detroit Institute of
Arts and United Way for
Southeastern Michigan.

Heinz Prechter

The Economic Forum is
sponsored by Federation to
promote its activities and to
discuss political, economic
and social issues.
A sign-language interpreter
will be present, and there is
a charge for the luncheon. For
reservations by March 23 or
information, call the Leader-
ship Development Depart-
ment at Federation, 642-4260.

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