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March 10, 2005 - Image 41

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2005-03-10

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on behalf of the LZA Education Fund

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United Jewish Appeal, former president,
former member board of trustees, former
general chairman

Honorary Degrees: Wayne State
University, Detroit, 2001; Brandeis
University, Waltham, Mass., 1997;
Technion-lsrael Institute of Technology,
Haifa, 1991; Hebrew University of
Jerusalem, Mount Scopus, Israel, 1984;
Yeshiva University, New York, 1976;
Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of
Religion, Cincinnati, 1975; Eastern
Michigan University, 1973; Gratz College,
Philadelphia, 1971; Ohio State University,
1971; Michigan State University, 1971;
Detroit Institute of Technology, 1969;
Albion College, 1968; Bar-Ilan University,
Ramat Gan, Israel, 1967

Awards: Lifetime Achievement Award,
American Israel Public Affairs Committee,
Washington, 2003; Fisher College of
Business Lifetime Achievement Award,
Columbus, 2001; Business Hall of Fame,
Junior Achievement, Dearborn, 2001;
American Spirit Award, Republican Senate
House Dinner, Washington, 1997; Max M.
Fisher National Republican Leadership
Award, Michigan Republican Party, Detroit,
1996; National Distinguished Leadership
Award, American Jewish Committee, New
York, 1994; Honorary chairman, Council of
Michigan Foundations conference,
Dearborn, 1994; Alumni Medalist Award,
Ohio State University Alumni Association,
Columbus, 1994; Alexis de Tocqueville
Society Award, United Way of America,
Dallas, 1994; Light of Leadership Award,
American Israel Public Affairs Committee,
Washington, 1994; Shazar Prize, World
Zionist Organization Department of
Education and Culture in the Diaspora,
Jerusalem, 1992; Defender of Jerusalem
Award, Jabotinsky Foundation, New York,
1990; Presidential Citizens Medal,
President Ronald Reagan, Washington,
1989; Shield of Zion Award, American
Zionist Federation, Los Angeles, 1988;
Summit Award, Greater Detroit Chamber of
Commerce, Detroit, 1986; Ben-Gurion
Centennial Medal, State of Israel Bonds,
New York, 1986; Israel Achievement
Award, World Zionist Organization
American Section, Inc., New York, 1986;
Justice Louis D. Brandeis Award, Zionist
Organization of America, Detroit, 1984;
Maurice N. Eisendrath Bearer of Light
Award, Union of American Hebrew
Congregations, Houston, 1983; Business
Statesman Award, Harvard Business
School Club of Detroit, 1983; Covenant of
Peace Award, Synagogue Council of

America, New York, 1983; Stephen S.
Wise Award, American Jewish Congress,
New York, 1982; Achievement Award,
National Black Republican Council,
Washington, 1982; Renaissance Spirit
Award, Metropolitan Detroit Convention
and Visitors Bureau, Detroit, 1981; Morris
J. Kaplun Prize, Dropsie University,
Philadelphia, 1981; Louis A. Pincus Jewish
Statesmanship Award, United Jewish
Appeal, Washington, 1981; American
Jewish Committee 75th Anniversary
Award, Washington, 1981; National
Human Relations Award, Greater Detroit
Round Table of the National Conference of
Christians and Jews, Detroit, 1980; HIAS
Liberty Award, United HIAS Service, New
York, 1980; Israel Goldstein Award, United
Jewish Appeal-Keren Hayesod, Antwerp,
Belgium, 1980; Award of Honor, United
Jewish Appeal, New York, 1978; Touche
Ross New Perspectives Award, Touche
Ross & Co., Detroit, 1978; 40th
Anniversary Human Rights Award, Jewish
Community Council of Metropolitan
Detroit, 1977; William Booth Award,
Salvation Army, Detroit, 1977; Builder of
Detroit Award, Wayne State University,
1973; Rabbi Abba Hillel Silver Award,
Zionist Organization of America, Cleveland
Region, 1973; Gold Medal of Merit, Jewish
War Veterans, USA, Detroit, 1973;
Distinguished Citizen Award, Wayne State
University Board of Governors, 1973;
Distinguished Service to Philanthropy
Award, American Association of Fund-
Raising Counsel, New York, 1972; Albert
Einstein Commemorative Award, Albert
Einstein College of Medicine, Yeshiva
University, New York, 1972; America-Israel
Friendship Gold Medal Award, Bnai Zion,
New York, 1972; Food Industry Council
Award, Greater Detroit Chamber of
Commerce, Detroit, 1971; Centennial
Achievement Award, Ohio State University,
Columbus, 1970; Alpha Kappa Psi Award,
Beta Theta Chapter, University of Detroit,
1970; Citizenship Award, Ohio State
University, Columbus, 1969; Humanitarian
Award, Federation of Jewish Agencies of
Greater Philadelphia, 1968; President's
Cabinet Award, University of Detroit, 1968;
Layman of the Year Award, Religious
Heritage of America, Inc., Washington,
1967; American Judaism Award, Reform
Jewish Appeal, New York, 1966; Award of
Honor, United Jewish Appeal, New York,
1965; Liberty Bell Award, Law Day, USA,
State Bar of Michigan, Young Lawyers
Section, Detroit, 1965; Fred M. Butzel
Memorial Award, Jewish Welfare
Federation of Detroit, Detroit, 1964


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Editor of the Forward Newspaper

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