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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-03-21

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and a lesbian college student will discuss the benefits
of being out at school for staff and students, and, the
importance of a safe learning environment for all
students and teachers. The panel discussion will be
facilitated by Dr. Don Spivak.

Wednesday, Mard7 24,th at 7:00PM

Educating our Community about Homosexuality

presented by

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Albert Sasson of
Birmingham, a
member of the
Birmingham office
of Morgan Stanley,
has earned the
advanced designa-
tion of certified
investment man-
agement analyst
Albert Sasson
from the
Investment
Management Consultants Association.

Thomas J.
Bortnick of West
Bloomfield has
joined the staff of
Levi F. Smith Real
Estate Inc. in
Southfield as a cor-
porate real estate
advocate-real estate
salesperson.
Bortnick has been
in private law prac-
tice since 1975.

Thomas
Bortnick

Susan E. Paletz, a
Farmington Hills
family law attorney,
has been elected
chair of the family
law section of the
State Bar of
Michigan. She
Susan Paletz
established her own
law firm, Susan E.
Paletz & Associates PC, in 1995, spe-
cializing in domestic relations law in
Oakland, Macomb, Wayne,
Washtenaw and Livingston counties
and in landlord tenant law throughout
Michigan.

Howard H.
Collens of
Huntington Woods
and T. Scott
Galloway of
Ferndale have
opened Galloway
and Collens PLLC, 4.g.
Howard Collens
a Royal Oak law
firm representing
individuals and
businesses. Collens practices estate
planning, probate and elder law.

Robyn Gorell of West Bloomfield has
been promoted to account supervisor
at Marx Layne & Co., a Farmington
Hills marketing and public relations
agency. She will serve clients in the
nonprofit, health care, education and
commercial sectors.

David Jaffa of Bloomfield Hills has
become an advisory council member
of Franklin Templeton Investments.
Jaffa is with the Financial Network
Investment Corp. in Farmington
Hills.

Beth S. Gotthelf
of Birmingham has
joined Detroit-
based Butzel Long
as a shareholder.
She practices in
environmental law
and regulation.
She also acts as
general counsel to
Beth Gotthelf
the Michigan
Association of
Metal Finishers and the Wayne
County Brownfield Authority.

Stephen A.
Bromberg of
Bloomfield Hills
was named presi-
dent of the
American College
of Mortgage
Attorneys.
Bromberg is an
attorney in the real
property group in
Stephen
Butzel Long's
Bromberg
Bloomfield Hills
office. He is secre-
tary, director and general counsel for
the Detroit Symphony Orchestra.

Leslie Pardo of Farmington Hills has
been promoted to account supervisor
from senior account executive at
Marx Layne & Co.

Howard Novetsky
of West
Bloomfield, a cer-
tified residential
specialist with Real
Estate One in
West Bloomfield,
has received the
company's highest
award: the
President's Circle
Howard Novetsky
Award. He also
received the
President Council
of Excellence Award for reaching the
top in listings, sales and customer
service.

Attorneys Sandor M. Gelman of
Troy and Marjory B. Cohen of
Detroit will moderate the upcoming
Michigan Trial lawyers Association
Family Law Seminar.

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