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December 04, 1992 - Image 106

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-12-04

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Seminar Focuses On
Investment Choices

"Making the Right Invest-
ment Choice" will be the
focus of a seminar for women
on taking the mystery out of
personal financial planning
with an eye toward helping
the community 9:30 a.m. Dec.
14 at the Max M. Fisher
Building. The program will be
held with continental
breakfast and repeated at 6
p.m. for dinner.
Elyse Essick, vice president
and director of client services
for Munder Capital Manage-
ment, will keynote the
gathering, sponsored by the
Federated Endowment Fund
Women's Endowment Com-
mittee in cooperation with
Jewish Federation Women's
and Business and Profes-
sional Women's divisions. The
meeting, part two of the
"Money Matters Seminar,"
held in June, will focus on:
choosing an investment
counselor; learning about in-
vestment risk; and invest-
ment strategies for im-
mediate and long-term needs.
Ms. Essick, who has work-
ed in the portfolio manage-
ment and client services
areas of the investment
business since 1980, is
responsible for client com-
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relationships at Munder
which she joined in 1988:
Previously, she was vice presi-
dent in charge of client ser-
vices and marketing for the
investment firm of Securities
Counsel, Inc.
Ms. Essick, who holds an
MBA in finance from the
University of Detroit, also
was a trust investment office
at Comerica Bank, where she
managed $300 million in tax
exempt assets for institu
tional clients.
There is a charge for th
dinner program. For reserva
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PAUL DIZIK was elected
vice president of the Nor-
theast Lakes Council-UAHC
at the Union of American
Hebrew
Congregations
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Biennial
Conference.

"Sonets for a Solitary Oboe"
by local composer ELAINE
F. LEBENBOM has been
selected by the National
Association of Composers,
USA for performance in, its
concert of Dec. 7 at the
Tishman Auditorium of the
New School for Social
Research in New York City.
Oboist SYLVIA STARK-
MAN, for whom the piece
was written, and to whom it
is dedicated, will be the
performer'.

RICHARD S. VICTOR, of
the Birmingham law firm
Victor, Robbins & Basset, was
named member of the Citizen
Ambassador Program Adop-
tion Law Delegation to the
People's Republic of China.

The delegation will be of-
ficially received and hosted by
the China Ministry of Justice
in May 1993.

RICHARD A. BRONS-
TEEN has joined the medical

staff of Sinai Hospital. Dr.
Bronsteen, of Troy, is a
graduate of the George
Washington University
School of Medicine, Washing-
ton, D.C., where he also com-
pleted his residency. Dr.
Bronsteen is an assistant pro-
fessor at Wayne State Univer-
sity, a fellow of the American
College of Obstetrics and
Gynecology and a member o
the Society of Perinatal
Obstetricians.

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its own country.

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