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The Detroit Jewish News, 2004-05-21

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Here's Tom

The Michigan Region office of
Women's American ORT was reded-
icated as the Lois G. Sandberg
Region Office in honor of the past
region president, who died in 2002.
Through a contribution to ORT,
Dr. Hershel Sandberg marked the
legacy of his wife.

"Put your
home equi
to work
for you."



Sandy Schuster of Oak Park has
been appointed director of develop-
ment for Fresh Air Society and
Tamarack Camps.

Janice Tracht of West Bloomfield is
the new president of the Michigan
Interprofessional Association for the
Family and Divorce (MIPA). The
organization brings together legal
and mental health professionals
involved in assisting parents and
children through the family court
system. Tracht is a clinical social
worker in private practice specializ-
ing in families going through transi-
tion.

David Stiebel, son of Devorah and
Alex Stiebel of Bloomfield Hills, a
junior at the Jewish Academy of
Metropolitan Detroit, is one of 75
students chosen nationwide to par-
ticipate in the annual Research
Science Institute. The all-expenses-
paid program has sites in Boston
and on the campus of the California
Institute of Technology. Stiebel will
attend the MIT program.

William J. Danhof, principal at the
law firm of Miller, Canfield,
Paddock and Stone PLC, was
recently appoint-
ed by President
George W. Bush
to the United
States Holocaust
Memorial
Council. He is
the original
member of his
firm's Lansing
office, where he
leads the public
law group and
practices general governmental and
municipal law.

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