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June 04, 1993 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-06-04

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Thanks Billions!

KUDOS page 26

850 Tiger tickets to chil-
dren, adults and senior
citizens of 17 local organi-
zations.
This week, 50 members
of the Juvenile Diabetes
Foundation were expected
to attend Wednesday's
Detroit Tigers — Chicago
White Sox game, where
they planned to be greet-
ed by Mr. Dorfman and
Tiger pitcher Bill
Gullickson.
outhfield-based Yaffe
& Co. is sharing its
growth with its employ-
ees. Pleased that the corn-
pany has grown in two
years from $35 million in
billings anticipated to
more than $80 million by
the end of this year,
President Fred Yaffe has
created a new profit-shar-
ing program for all
employees.
At the recent annual
meeting of the advertising
agency, Mr. Yaffe un-
veiled the formation of
"Yaffe Associates," which
makes all employees
members who share in
membership dividends.
This year, employees
will receive dividends
equal to 5 percent of their
salaries, Mr. Yaffe said.

S

IN BRIEF

MICHELLE B. COHEN
has been promoted to
senior account executive
for Farmington Hills-
based Marx Layne &
Company, a full service
marketing and public
relations firm.
TODD WYETT has
been named general coun-
sel of Arbor Drugs Inc.
Mr. Wyett oversees all
legal and public reporting

activities of Arbor Drugs,
in addition to serving as
the legal liaison between
the company and its out-
side counsel.
JAY ROSEN, of West
Bloomfield, has joined
First of Michigan Cor-
poration as a vice presi-
dent in corporate finance.
Mr. Rosen will focus on
service and technology
relation industries in
Michigan and the Great
Lakes area.
LARRY STERNBERG,
a local Primerica Finan-
cial Services Inc. agent,
was recently recognized
for his sales achievements
by being named one of the
"Top 100" sales leaders
nationally during 1992.
HEIDI SPEIGEL has
been named media direc-
tor and will supervise the
planning and placement
of all broadcast media for
Robert Solomon and
Associates.
ROSE HIRSCH has
been appointed assistant
to the president for com-
munity relations at Sinai
Hospital. She will be
responsible for developing
community outreach pro-
grams.
ELISSA Z. GROSSMAN
has assumed the newly
created position of direc-
tor-human resources and
administration for Mega-
source, Inc., a Bloomfield
Hills computer software
and consulting service to
the healthcare industry.
MICHAEL C. CURHAN,
formerly of Winshall,
Radner & Curhan, and
LAUREN G. COHEN
have become of counsel to
the firm Lipson, Neilson,
Jacobs, Cole & Litt, P.C.

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