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October 11, 2002 - Image 112

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-10-11

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side."
Dan Gilbert, chairman of Livonia-
based Quicken Loans and founder of
its predecessor, Rock Financial Corp.,
said Schwartz "handled our company
when we went public, when we had a
merger with Intuit, when we sold it
and the transaction when we bought
it back. I think he's the best corporate
lawyer in Michigan."

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But there's a lot more to Schwartz.
He was president of Shaarey Zedek
from 1996 to 1998, served on the
board of Farmington Hills-based
JARC, is active in the Clover Hill
Cemetery expansion in Birmingham
and co-chairs a Jewish Federation of
Metropolitan Detroit committee. He
is a former member of the board of
Federation, and works closely with
Federation Chief Executive Officer
Robert Aronson.
Aronson called Schwartz "an active
spokesman for the synagogue com-
munity in Detroit as well as for-
Shaarey Zedek. He is an absolute
delight to work with. He is devoted
to synagogue life and to the greater
Jewish community.
"He is very effective in bringing to
Federation people who are in a posi-
tion to support Federation. He is a
tremendous asset to the community
and a personal friend."
Schwartz also serves as vice chair-
man of the Detroit-based Barbara
Ann Karmanos Cancer Institute,
often workinc, in tandem with
Eugene Applebaum, founder of Arbor
Drugs and a Bloomfield Hills philan-
thropist, and also a client.
Ed Levy Jr., president of the
Detroit-based Edward C. Levy Co.,
the international construction metal
production company, has.also worked
with Schwartz on Karmanos business,
civic affairs and pro-Israel causes. He
called Schwartz "diligent, caring and
a deeply involved person when it
comes to any volunteer activity in
which he is engaged."
Schwartz has also represented the
Detroit Institute of Arts for 20 years.
He recently played a key role in nego-
tiating the purchase by the DIA of a
major piece of art looted by the
Nazis, and arranged for compensation
for the Jewish owners 60 years after it
was confiscated.
Schwartz and his wife Sandy have
been married 34 years. They live in
Franklin. Their sons, Mark, 30, and
David, 32, of Chicago, are lawyers
and David also is a sports agent.



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