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August 08, 2003 - Image 77

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-08-08

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her wedding would be

Marc Kahn of West Bloomfield has
joined the Whall Group, a professional
services firm specializing in forensic
accounting and fraud investigation, as a
director. He is a certified public account-
ant and a member of the American
Institute of Certified Public
Accountants, the Michigan Association
of Certified Public Accountants and the
board of directors and executive com-
mittee of the Jewish Community Center
of Metropolitan Detroit.

Michael Fleischman of Bloomfield
Hills, 18-year-old owner of Cosmos
Computing LLC, has been published in
the international Journal of Quantitative
Linguistics. The research represents the
largest private study ever conducted on
character frequencies in major European
languages. Fleischmann and co-author
Dr. Richard Rosenbaum, will present
their findings in Germany in October at
the Trier Symposium on Quantitative

Sandra D. Glazier of West Bloomfield
and the law offices of Sandra D. Glazier
PC has been awarded the Oakland
County Bar
Distinguished Service
Award. She has served
as vice chair and chair
of the Family Court
Committee, is a mem-
ber of the Public
Advisory Committee
on Judicial Candidates, Glazier
is a fellow of the Oakland County Bar
Foundation and has served on its proj-
ects committee. Glazier concentrates her
practice in the areas of family law, pro-
bate and estate planning.

Jerome L. Schostak of Franklin was
honored by the International Council of
Shopping Centers Hall
of Fame Award. The
award recognizes out-
standing achievement
in the Michigan shop-
ping center industry
and a life commitment
to the goals and values
of the organization.
Schostak has been

beautiful. Something

instrumental in the development of
many area malls, including Wonderland,
Livonia, Macomb and Oakland malls.

this special, she couldn't

have imagined.

Troy-based Simons Michelson Zieve
Advertising Inc. received multiple
design and printing excellence awards
for various projects created for the
Michigan Lottery. The 2003 Gallery of
Superb Printing Gold Award was for the
Holiday Gift Giving Envelope. The
Bronze Point-of-Purchase Advertising
Industry Outstanding Merchandise
Award was for the Mega Millions game
launch kit.

Lori Haber of West
Bloomfield has joined
the new Century 21
Today office in
Bloomfield Hills as a
real estate consultant
specializing in residen-
tial sales.

Experiencing the

Huppa, the blessings,

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families... and cultures.

Because at Temple Beth El, we understand interfaith couples like

Christina Jackson and David Grossman. And we understand Judaism

is more than a religion... it's a way of life. To be shared. To be

embraced. So if your significant other is a member of a different faith...


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Gold Classic Aids
Cancer Research

The second annual Susan Nucian
Memorial Golf Classic will be held
Monday, Sept. 15, at the Pine Knob
Golf Club in Clarkston. It will benefit
the Nucian Fund for Pancreatic
Research at the University of
Michigan Comprehensive Cancer
Center in Ann Arbor.
The schedule includes a 10 a.m. reg-
istration, 11 a.m. lunch, noon "shot-
gun" start, 5:30 cocktails and 6:30
dinner and awards ceremony. The
individual participation fee of $250 or
$1,000 for a foursome includes lock-
ers, greens fee and cart, lunch on the
course, beverages, the awards dinner
and gift bags; dinner only, $100.
Event co-host Richard Nucian initi-
ated the fund after losing his wife,
Susan, to disease in 2002.
Funds raised will support innovative
basic and clinical research initiatives as
well as programs to assist pancreatic
cancer patients at U-M.
For information on sponsorship
opportunities, contact Janet Roth at
U-M, (734) 936-3920.

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For more information on Temple Beth El membership or
other innovative programs call Sue Ellen Simon at 248-865-0600.

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