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Farmington Hills / 248 538 9200 • West Bloomfield / 248 738 8101
Ann Arbor (Saline Road) / 734-327-1350 • North Ann Arbor / 734 741 9500 • Clarkston / 248-625-0500 (Coming in early 2003)
Northville / 734-420-4000 • Rochester / 248-601-9000 • Troy / 248-293-1200
Three Detroiters have been named to
the international board of directors of
the newly independent BBYO Inc.
They are David Bittker and Judith
Stem of Orchard Lake and Gary
Snyder of West Bloomfield.
Dr. Nat Pernick of Bingham Farms is
the lead author of an article published
in the October 2002 issue of Pancreas
titled "Fas and fas ligand expression in
pancreatic adenocarcinoma." Dr.
Pernick also recently presented an elec-
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of surgical pathology topics" at the sev-
enth annual Conference for Advancing
Pathology Informatics, Imaging and the
Internet in Pittsburgh, describing the
Web site he developed.
Eleanor Blum of
Farmington Hills, a
teacher at the Charles
Vincent Center in
Detroit, has been
appointed by Gov. John
Engler to the Board of
Social Work. Her term
will expire in 2005.
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Sasha Alexandra Asher
Fields, daughter of Jessica and Richard
Fields of Orchard Lake, auditioned for
and was selected to perform in Moscow
Ballet's Great Russian
Nutcracker at the Fox
Theatre in Detroit.
Sasha is an eighth-
grade honor student at
Abbott Middle School
in West Bloomfield,
where she is involved in
the arts. She also stud-
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Co. in Farmington
Dr. Joel Felsenfeld of Commerce
Township has accepted a part-time
teaching position at the Turner Geriatric
Center, University Hospital in Ann
Arbor. He will supervise the fourth-year
dental student geriatric dentistry rota-
tion as an adjunct clinical professor. Dr.
Felsenfeld maintains a dental practice in
Keego Harbor with emphasis on geri-
Maxine Frankel of Bloomfield
Township has been elected chair of the
board by the board of governors of
Cranbrook Academy of Art and