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March 31, 1995 - Image 44

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Julie Yolles

STEVEN STEIN has been ap-
pointed by Gov. John Engler as
a Michigan delegate to the 1995
White House Conference on Ag-
ing. The once-every-decade con-
ference is scheduled for May 1-5
in Washington, D.C.
Dr. Stein is chief of geriatric
medicine at Oakwood Hospital
and Medical Center in Dearborn
and medical director for the Oak-
wood Skilled Nursing Centers in
Dearborn and Trenton, Oakwood
Home Care Services and Oak-
wood Adult Day Care Services.
He also coordinates student in-
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Healthcare System for the mas-
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of Michigan School of Public
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Allen Olender
ALLEN OLENDER, a first vice
president of investments and in-
vestment management adviser
in Prudential Securities' West
Bloomfield office, has been elect-
ed to the parent company's 1995
Directors Council.
The council is comprised of 450
of Prudential Securities' 6,000 fi-
nancial advisers. They were cho-
sen for the honor because of their
professionalism and high level of
performance.
Mr. Olender is a West Bloom-
field resident. He and his wife,
Amy, have two children: Teddie
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tions for the theatrical produc-
tions, concerts, movies and spe-
cial events held at Forbes
Management's downtown Detroit
theater district venues.
The venues include the Gem
Theatre, State Theatre, Elwood
Bar & Grill and the former 2036
nightclub, which has been leased
to "All Jokes Aside," a Chicago-
based corporation that features
African-American comics.
An actress herself, Ms. Yolles
has been involved with several
Detroit-area theater groups,
working both onstage and back-
stage. Prior to joining Forbes
Management, Ms. Yolles was as-

ROBERT LAUFER has been
named director of business de-
velopment at Arcadia Services of
Southfield, a nationwide provider
and franchiser of home-health
care and medical temporary ser-
vices.
Mr. Laufer most recently was
a market research consultant in
the health-care and publishing
industries.

JULIE YOLLES of Birming-
ham has joined Forbes Manage-
ment as media-relations director.
She is responsible for publi-
cizing and coordinating promo-

sistant director of media relations
at Franco Public Relations Group
in Detroit.

SIMCHA SEGAL has complet-
ed the requirements to become a
full-fledged "Fellow of the Soci-
ety of Actuaries."
An honors graduate of Yeshi-
va Beth Yehudah (1981) and
Wayne State University (1985),
Mr. Segal now lives in Manhat-
tan. He has been employed by
MetT ,ife Insurance for 91/2 years.

FRANK MAMAT has been ap-
pointed a certified registered ar-
bitrator for labor and
construction matters by the
American Registry of Arbitrators.
The registry, based in Wash-
ington, D.C., is a national orga-
nization dedicated to providing
alternative dispute resolution
procedures for individuals and
businesses who want to avoid
court litigation.
Mr. Mamat is a member of the
Labor and Employment Depart-
ment of the law firm of Clark,
Klein & Beaumont in Detroit.

JASON FINN, a 1993 Birming-
ham Seaholm High School grad-
uate and sophomore at the
University of Michigan, has been
accepted into the U-M Business
School.



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