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WE'RE FIGHTING FOR YOUR LIFE
KAREN PAPPAS-BACON has ton Hills was elected national
been appointed general counsel chancellor of Tau Epsilon Rho
of Applied Handling.
(TER) at the law society's annual
Prior to joining the Dearborn convention held in Florida.
company, Ms. Pappas-Bacon was
Mr. Kaufman, who has a gen-
the executive assistant to the eral law practice in Farmington
executive vice president of Hills, previously served as TER
ufacturer of flat
an, national vice
glass owned by
and Palace of
He is the
retary of the
Bacon, a grad-
uate of the
and he's on the
board of direc-
tors of the B'nai
the Detroit Col-
lege of Law, also
ball and volley-
ball leagues. Mr.
served as hu-
man resources Karen Pappas-Bacon
been the presi-
director for Ver-
dent of the Cen-
atex, a publicly held health-care tennial Lodge of B'nai B'rith since
company, and she practiced la- 1992.
bor and employment law in the
public and private sectors.
ELAINE SCHUSTER of South-
Applied Handling is a suppli- field has been named acting
er of material handling equip- director of the Michigan Com-
ment and related technology. Ms. mission on Indian Affairs in
Pappas-Bacon, one of the com- Lansing.
pany's shareholders, will be re-
Since 1993, Ms. Schuster has
sponsible for corporate legal served as a case supervisor with
matters, human resources and the State Civil Rights Depart-
ment's Enforcement Bureau in
Detroit. She joined the depart-
ment in 1973 as a complaint
In 1991, Ms. Schuster became
assistant director of contractual
and business services, which
monitors equal opportunity com-
mitments of state contractors.
Ms. Schuster is a graduate of
Wayne State University, where
she earned a bachelor's degree in
anthropology and completed
PHILLIP NEUMAN has been
named a partner at Jacob &
Weingarten, a law firm with of-
fices in Troy and West Palm
Mr. Neuman specializes in
commercial litigation and real
estate matters, including con-
struction lien litigation, land-
RONALD BROWN has joined lord/tenant law and foreclosures.
The Farmington Hills resident
Jacobson Agency/Insurance De-
signers of America in Southfield is a 1983 graduate of the Uni-
versity of Wisconsin Law School.
as regional director.
Mr. Brown, who entered the
life insurance business in 1970, BRADLEY KELLER, president
was senior brokerage manager and owner of Multigard Security
and Michigan regional director Systems in Dearborn Heights,
in Jackson National T ,ife's South- has been elected to a second con-
field office for the past 12 years. secutive term as president of the
Michigan Burglar and Fire
JOEL KAUFMAN of Farming- Alarm Association.