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November 19, 2004 - Image 44

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2004-11-19

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Business

Profession

Memos

David Morrison of Huntington
Woods has been promoted to vice
president of sales at Evigna, the pro-
motional merchandise industry's
largest minority-owned distributor
nationwide.

Rob Hilliard of Clarkston is the
founder and principal of Manhattan-
on-Rouge Communications, now
open for business in Clarkston. The
company offers opinion and market
research, traditional public relations
and marketing communication
services.

of Miller, Canfield, Paddock and
Stone PLC, has been named group
leader of the firm's Real Estate Practice
Group. Joseph M. Fazio of Ann
Arbor, principal in the Ann Arbor
office, has been named deputy group
leader of the group.

of the 2004 Most ABLE Award from
Operation ABLE of Michigan, which
celebrates the workplace contributions
of exceptional older employees.
Goodman, 70, is noted for his pio-
neering discoveries in the field of
molecular evolution.

Jerome S. Bookstein of Bloomfield
Hills and Adam J. Bornstein of
Huntington Woods have joined the
UBS Financial Services in
Birmingham. Bookstein is a senior vice
president of investments and Bornstein
is a first vice president of investments.

Michael Serling, Birmingham attor-
ney, is one of this year's recipients of
the Michigan State University
Distinguished Alumni Award. He is
chair of the MSU Jewish Studies
Advisory Board and a member of the
president's cabinet for the MSU capital
campaign.

Lea Thomas of West Bloomfield has
been elected to serve as the networks
chair for the Coalition for the
Advancement of Jewish Education
(CAJE). She is in her 10th year as a
faculty member at Temple Israel and is
assistant to Paul Cartwright, marketing
and customer service consultant.

Ronald E. Hodess of West
Bloomfield, principal in the Troy office

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Marissa Berman, an eight-grade stu-
dent at West Hills Middle School in
Bloomfield Hills, received a special
recognition award from the Ford
Motor Company and the Detroit
Newspapers. She was one of 600 stu-
dents who entered a Hispanic heritage
art contest and her mosaic guitar inter-
pretation was representative of Joan
Biaz. The art will travel the country
representing Hispanic Heritage
Month. Marissa's parents are Marilyn
and Richard Berman.

Morris Goodman of Oak Park is a dis-
tinguished professor of anatomy and
cell biology at Wayne State University
in Detroit. He was named a recipient

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Leah Schloss of West
Bloomfield was one
of 60 national teen
leaders selected to go
to Washington, D.C.,
to participate in a
summit sponsored by
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Lynne Avadenka of Huntington
Woods has some of her artwork on
display in New York. Two of her works
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Joyce Berlin Weingarten of
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with the first Z'havah-Young
Leadership Award by Women's League
for Conservative Judaism. The award
is presented to a young leader who has
encouraged others to join her.
Weingarten is administrative vice pres-
ident of the Michigan Branch.

Dr. Mark C. Segal of Clinton
Township and Dr. Jeffrey Deitch of
Sterling Heights presented courses at
the Michigan State Medical Society's
annual scientific meeting. Segal, chief
of breast imaging at St. Joseph Mercy
of Macomb, presented a breast cancer
update. Deitch, medical director of
MPRO, Michigan's Quality
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