Dorothy & Peter Brown Jewish Community Adult Day Care Program
This Week -
Jewish Resource Center for Dementia Care and AMOD
Planning for the Future
ALL IN THE FAMILY from page 27
Helping caregivers navigate t e medical, legal and financial challenges of later life
May 22, 2003
6:30 to 9:00 p.m.
Max M. Fisher Building
6735 Telegraph Road
David Groners mother, Leypsa Groner,
and his brother Dr. Joel Groner of
Chicago watch as he's sworn in.
6:30 p.m. Registration
Caregiver Perspective — Sheila Levine
Coping with legal and Financial Challenges — Don Rosenberg,
Addressing Medical Issues — Dr. Randall Benson, Neurologist
• Workshop is presented free of charge
• Hand-outs about community resources will be provided
• Light refreshments will be served
Special Caregiver Sponsors
Guardian medical Monitoring Pfizer Pharmaceuticals
Additional thanks to McMahon and Associates, LTD and Wright and Filippis for their generous support of this
Please register with Barbara Adler by May 19
248.233.4000 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
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Brown Center, Southfield
Brown Center,West Bloomfield
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said. "From day one, they taught me
to respect others.
"The Rabbi and I are so proud of
him," beamed Leypsa Groner.
Rabbi Groner concurred. "We
believe that David will bring to this
judicial post his keen commitment to
justice, which has been an important
part of his Jewish heritage."
More than 450 people attended the
ceremony and the reception that fol-
lowed, including friends, family mem-
bers, fellow lawyers and judges, magis-
trates and referees from Federal court,
Wayne County Circuit Court, several
district courts and the Court of Appeals.
"We've known David since he was a
little boy, it's been a pleasure for us to
watch him grow up and become the
wonderful, mature individual that he
is today," said Sharon Fleischman of
Bloomfield Hills, who attended the
ceremony with her husband, Marvin,
a past president of Shaarey Zedek.
"I think it's great to have someone who
will not hesitate to do the right thing,
even if it's not always 'politically correct,"'
said Azzam Elder, corporation counsel
for Wayne County and a longtime friend
and colleague of Judge Groner.
This is a wonderful occasion," said
Judge Susan Moiseev of Southfield's
46th District Court. "Being here at
the synagogue for this, it's like all my
worlds coming together — personal,
professional and religious."
Our governor has chosen some-
body who really embodies the stan-
dards to which all of us as judges
strive," said Judge Kimberly Small,
who is chief judge of 48th District
Court in Bloomfield Township.
"I've often wondered if it's harder to be
the rabbi, or the son of the rabbi," said
Rabbi Groner. "Toda,y we have a reversal
of roles. From now on, David is not the
rabbi's son, I'm the judge's father." LI