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June 25, 2004 - Image 49

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2004-06-25

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Jacob Heads Brotherhood

Dr. Bruce Jacob
begins his second
term as president
of the Temple
Beth El
Other officers
installed were
Richard Shaye,
first vice presi-
dent; Gerald Cole,
second vice president; Larry Warren,
treasurer; Marshall Hersh, assistant
treasurer; Marc Zupmore, recording
secretary; and Bruce Plisner, assistant
recording secretary.
Newly installed directors include
Jerry Beigler, Dr. Adrian Christie,
Robert Cobb, Mark Cooperman,
Martin Darvick, Harold Dunn, Roy
Goodman, Howard Gurwin, Jeff
Hollander, Leo Hollander, Lynn
Jacob, Steve Kelman, John Kessler,
Dr. John Marx, Mitch Nelson, Jerry
Schare, Lee Turner and Chuck

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Hadassah Names Board

Former chapter and group president
Susan Yorke installed officers and
board members of the Greater
Detroit Chapter of Hadassah's
Tikvah Group at its June installation
Cathy Slavik and Sherrie Stern
will serve as the 2004-2005 co-presi-
dents. Outgoing co-president Nanci
Kantor presented Linda Golding
with the Woman of-the Year award
and Laurel Epstein with the Love of
a Lifetime award for their years of
service to Tikvah Group.
Other 2004-2005 officers and
board members include co-commu-
nity service vice presidents, Sheri
Rotenberg and Elaine Wolfe; co-edu-
cation vice presidents, Sheila Schiffer
and Karen Pollak; fund-raising vice
presidents, Mona Dembs, Sue
Kaufman and Michelle Jacobson; co-
membership vice presidents, Barbara
Charlip and Linda Sherr; co-program
vice presidents, Rhonda Mandel and
Miriam Forman; treasurer, Linda
Glass; recording secretary, Nanci
Kantor; corresponding secretary,
Donna Phillips. Appointed board
members include Betty Chernoff,
Jean Dubin, Linda Golding, Karen
Gunsberg, Jackie Michaelson and
Barbara Moretsky.
For membership information, call
the Hadassah office, (248) 683-5030.

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