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Robert Naftaly
ile working in Lansing
als the state budget
director under the Blanchard
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utation as one of the media's
best friends.
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reporters gather information
— with one critical condi-
tion: Keep his name out of
the headlines. He hates too
much attention.
"I'm just an accountant,"
he routinely says. "I'll help
you. But please, quote some-
one else."
His request is usually hon-
ored. And so Mr. Naftaly has
successfully avoided publici-
ty. But in October, every-
thing will change. The chief
financial officer and treasur-
er for Blue Cross and Blue
Shield of Michigan will be
honored with the coveted
Champion of Liberty award
of the Anti-Defamation
League.
Mr. Naftaly is ADL's
financial problem solver.
Formerly the ADL's national
budget chairman, he now
serves on several ADL
national boards. Among
them: treasurer, board of
commissioners and executive
committee. Mr. Naftaly, who
is involved in many commu-
nity organizations, also is a
former president of the
Michigan Regional board of
the ADL.
UGENE SHERIZEN
has run his business so
well that the Lighting
Supply Co. of Ferndale has
become one of the largest
lighting distributors in the
Midwest.
Now Mr. Sherizen is also
doing his part to help protect
the environment.
Recently, the company
became one of 100 lighting
distributors in the United
States to be awarded the
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businesses to install energy-
efficient lighting. Companies
that make the commitment
to the voluntary, non-regula-
tory program will profit by
seeing lower electric bills
and improvements in light-
ing quality. Participating
companies will help reduce
air pollution caused by elec-
tricity generation.
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munity and to make other
Detroit area corporations
more energy efficient,
Lighting Supply has hired
JEFF IVEY as an outside
commercial account repre-
sentative in charge of on-site
energy audits.

Richard Victor

ICHARD VICTOR, an
attorney specializing in
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child custody, was thrust

onto center stage in 1983
when he founded the
Grandparents Rights
Organization.
Long before the advocacy
group for grandparents was
founded, Mr. Victor was a
child advocate. And last
month, Mr. Victor was
awarded the National
Council of Juvenile and
Family Court Judges highest
honor for meritorious service
to the children of America.
Also receiving the award
was Circuit Court Judge
EDWARD SOSNICK, who
co-founded the Start Making
It Livable for Everyone
(SMILE) program with Mr.
Victor in 1989. The program
provides educational infor-
mation to parents going
through divorce or separa-
tion on the needs of their
children.
Today, Mr. Victor's name
may be best associated with
the DeBoer-Schmidt custody
case that has rocked the

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nation. Mr. Victor took a pro-
bono case on behalf of 2Y-
year-old "Jessica DeBoer"
last April after she was
thrust in the middle of a
messy custody case between
Jan and Roberta DeBoer, the
Ann Arbor couple who raised
her, and Dan and Cara
Schmidt of Iowa, her biologi-
cal parents.
Last week, Jessica was
sent by court order to the
Schmidts.
Mr. Victor, who became
Jessica's personal represen-
tative because "no one was
considering the best interest
of the child," said this case is
over. But, he said, he will
continue to work within the
legal profession to get laws
changed to better protect
children from these situa-
tions.
"They both made mis-
takes," he said of the
DeBoers and the Schmidts.
"And the child is a victim."
LIDS SERVICES, a 27-
Ilyear-old Farmington
Hills-based food service and
hospitality management
firm, is feeling at home in
kosher kitchens.
Recently, the company —
with accounts scattered
throughout the Midwest,
New England, Florida and
Arizona -- acquired food ser-
vice contracts for Borman
Hall in Detroit and Prentis
Manor in Southfield.
JEFF YAUCH of HDS
will serve as food service
director for the 212-bed
Borman, and
LOU
HAWKINS of HDS has
taken the position of food
services director for the 100-
bed Prentis Manor.
The company also recently
signed kosher dining service
contracts with Kinneret, a
300-bed senior apartment
community in Orlando, Fla.,
and with the 103-bed Willow
Wood Home for Jewish Aged
in New Orleans.
In addition to these new
dining partnerships, HDS
manages kosher dining ser-
vices at Menorah Manor in
St. Petersburg, Fla., and the
Home for Jewish Aged of
Rhode Island in Providence.

IN BRIEF

K

EVIN TAYLOR, former
j udicial clerk to the
Michigan Court of Appeals
and practitioner in the areas
of insurance, litigation and
appellate practice, has joined
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