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September 23, 1994 - Image 32

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-09-23

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WHAT'S NEW...

T HE D ETROIT J E WIS H NEWS

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had to do that to stay in busi-
ness."
Loewenstein Poultry is riding
a national consumer trend. More
Americans are eating turkey —
close to 18 pounds per person per
year, according to the U.S. De-
partment of Agriculture.
Nationally, Americans con-
sume 68 million turkeys during
Thanksgiving and Christmas.
It is becoming more socially ac-
ceptable for companies to give a
turkey instead of alcohol or cash
to employees or valued clients.
"Turkeys are big, but they
don't cost a lot," says Mr. Loewen-
stein. "And they give the people
you send them to something they
can take home and share with
their family. The turkey serves
as the centerpiece of a holiday
meal."
During quieter times, Loewen-
stein Poultry also owns and runs

Michigan Cold Storage in Taylor
and acts as a food broker for two
Fortune 500 food companies, as
well as other food manufacturers
and poultry processors.
The 1994 holiday season al-
ready is stacking up to be a good
one in what Mr. Loewenstein
says is largely a recession-proof
business. Companies give gift
turkeys in both good and bad eco-
nomic times, he says.
Loewenstein Poultry plans to
expand, branching out further
into the Midwest, Pennsylvania
and New England and Canada
in the coming years.
The family would like to see
the company prosper into its sec-
ond century with Loewensteins
still at the helm.
"I would love to see my son get
in the business," says Ms.
Loewenstein Roberts. "I've had
such a wonderful experience."

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Edward Sosnick
EDWARD SOSNICK, Oak-
land County Circuit Court judge
since 1988, was presented the
Champion of Justice Award by
the State Bar of Michigan on
Sept. 22 during the state bar's
59th annual meeting.
Judge Sosnick was honored
for his "lifetime commitment to
the dignity of the family and the
safety of our streets."
He was on the founding board
of directors of HAVEN, Oakland
County's only domestic violence
shelter, and he directed the pub-
lication ofA Prosecutor's Hand-
book for School Administrators
and Child Molesting, A Prose-
cutor's Advisory.
Court-sponsored programs
which help divorcing couples un-
derstand on the impact of di-
vorce on children and provide
guidance for "significant others"
of alcoholics and drug abusers
were founded by Judge Sosnick.
Chairperson of the Michigan
Domestic Violence Prevention
and Treatment Board and the
Oakland County Coordinating
Council to Prevent Domestic Vi-

Jennifer Carson
JENNIFER CARSON is a cus-
tomer service specialist for PC
World in San Francisco. Ms. Car-
son graduated from Michigan
State University with a bache-
lor's degree in communications.

MARCIA SWAIN of Birming-
ham has joined McNabnay & As-
sociates New America Network
Commercial Real Estate in
Bloomfield Hills. She will be spe-
cializing in the leasing and sale
of office and medical space in the
metropolitan Detroit area. Most
recently, Ms. Swain managed
more than 437,000 square feet in
the greater Chicago area for Hiff-
man, Shaffer and Anderson, a
New American Network affiliate.

BRENT GERMAINE has es-
tablished the Affinity Funding
Resources full-line commercial
financing brokerage firm in Tay-
lor.

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