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April 14, 1995 - Image 54

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-04-14

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N

R EPUBLIC

Bl eFf-SOF

"We were treated professionally and courteously throughout the
process."

- Ivan and Kathy Reimer Lake Orion, MI

"Very thorough, friendly and helpful. As a first time buyer I had several
questions and Republic was always willing to assist me."

- Susan Ebbing, Royal Oak, MI

"There should be more people around like the people at Republic."

- Lurlene McMillion, Novi, MI

"Excellent service as usual! Thank you."

- Michele Bureau, Walled Lake, MI

"Understanding the financial world and it's processes can be quite
perplexing I was treated with respect. This is our third mortgage with
Republic."

- Renee Koch, Fowleiville, MI

Bloomfield Hills
810 646/7050

Nashville
Farmington Hills Grand Rapids
615 371/5854
616 285/3200
810 932/4701
Washtenaw
Southgate
Rochester
313 995/4499
313 287/0400
810 656/4200

Brighton
810 229/7440

Plymouth
313 459/7800

BOB DUSSEA

LINCOLN
MERCURY

"Your Discount Dealer"

1905 Lincoln Continental

DOWN

'499*..$

O.. DOWN

24 Month Lease

1995 Lincoln Mark VZI

'527*w/$0 DOWN

'403*w61000 DOWN

24 Month Lease

BOB DUSSEAU LINCOLN • MERCURY

MINUTES FROM WEST BLOOMFIELD AND SOUTHFIELD!
31625 Grand River at Orchard Lake Road
Farmington

810-474-3170

*Plus tax. title & plates. All rebates are included.
"24-month closed end lease for qualified buyers. Lease payment for 24 months. 30,000.mile limitation. 11c per mile for excess mileage. Leasee responsible for ex-
cess wear and tear. 1st month payment. refundable security deposit plus 6% use tax and plates at inception. Total of payments equals payment x 24, price in-
cludes rebate. Security payment equals payment rounded off to 25.00 over payment price plus tax. Option to purchase at end of lease for pre-determined amount.

I. WILLIAM COHEN has been Idaho, Nevada and Michigan.
elected vice chairman of the Pep-
per, Hamilton & Scheetz law JULIE 'WEIL GOLDSMITH of
firm's executive committee. The Novi has been honored by Mutu-
12-member committee develops al of Omaha for her accomplish-
ments in 1994.
and implements policy.
Ms. Well Goldsmith, who has
Mr. Cohen, a member of the
committee since 1992, is a part- been an agent with Mutual of
ner in the Philadelphia-based Omaha since 1987, was named
to the "Honor Club" for the fifth
firm's Detroit office.
year for her excellence in sales.
She also received a "Silver
Achiever Award" for being a lead-
ing agent in obtaining new clients
and a "Silver Excellence Award"
from Pioneer Mutual Funds. The
latter honor is based on clients'
recommendations.
MARSHALL 1VIANDELL, a
sales associate with Century 21
West in West Bloomfield, was
honored by the parent company
for his sales production, and he
was promoted to educational di-
rector.
A 10-year real-estate veteran,
Mr. Mandell will provide ad-
I. William Cohen
vanced training for Century 21
associates on topics such as con-
The University of Michigan tracts, marketing, appraisal and
Law School graduate practices in computer usage.
the areas of corporate reorgani-
zation, bankruptcy and insol-
vency law and has argued before
the U.S. Supreme Court. He is an
adjunct professor of law at the
University of Detroit School of
Law.
Mr. Cohen is a vice president
ofJARC (the Jewish Association
for Residential Care for persons
with developmental disabilities).

ROBIN SHERR has been pro-
moted to senior publicist for mo-
tion pictures at Twentieth
Century Fox Studios in Los An-
geles. She previously was em-
ployed by the Rogers and Cowan
international public relations
firm in Los Angeles.
Ms. Sherr, the daughter of Ron
and Linda Sherr of West Bloom-
field, is a 1986 graduate of North
Farmington High School and a
1990 graduate of Michigan State
University, where she majored in
communications.

Julie Fershtman
JULIE FERSHTMAN has been
accepted into Best's Directory of
Recommended Insurance Attor-
neys, a national listing.
Ms. Fershtman, who has of-
fices in Bingham Farms, sits on
the board of commissioners for
the State Bar of Michigan and is
chair-elect of the State Bar's
Young Lawyers Section.
She focuses her practice on in-
surance defense, equine law, em-
ployment law and business
litigation.

ELIZABETH KLEBER has
been promoted to human re-
sources director at Key Human
Resources Management, a South-
field-based employee leasing firm.
Ms. Kleber previously served
as human resources administra-
owner of
tor and sales representative for ROBERT DUNSKY,
Thrifty
Drugs
in
Pontiac,
has
the company.
Prior to coming to Key Human been re-elected to the United Way
Resources Management, Ms. Kle- of Oakland County's board of di-
ber was a regional supervisor for rectors. Funds raised by United C\
Charming Shoppes/Fashion Bug. Way are distributed to 64 coun-
She was responsible for retail ty health and human service or-
stores in Colorado, California, ganizations.

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