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November 17, 2005 - Image 54

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2005-11-17

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Memos from page 52

Judge Nand J. Grant, an Oakland
County Circuit Court judge, has
been named president of the
Michigan Judges Association, the
youngest circuit judge to hold that
position. Elected to the Oakland
County circuit bench in 1996, she
is the youngest woman circuit
judge in Michigan and was recent-
ly selected by a national magazine
as one of the "Top Women to

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The board of directors of Delphi
Corporation named David M.
Sherbin of West Bloomfield, as
vice president and general counsel.
He serves as the company's chief
compliance officer. As a member of
the Delphi Strategy Board, the
company's top policy-making
group, he will report to Chairman
and CEO Robert S."Steve" Miller.
Sherbin most recently was vice
president, general counsel and sec-
retary for Pulte Homes Inc., based
in Bloomfield Hills.

The International Facility
Management Association has
named Frederick R. Weiss of West
Bloomfield, IFMA fellow of the
Ford Motor Co., to its 2005 class of
IFMA fellows. He will be honored
during the
IFMA's awards
of excellence
dinner in
Weiss has twice
received the
Member Award
from the southeastern Michigan
Chapter of IFMA.


Kurt Metzger of Pleasant Ridge
will serves as director of research
for United Way of Southeastern
Michigan. He comes from Wayne
Center for
Urban Studies
in Detroit,
where he was
director of the
Information Center. Metzger will
develop measurement tools that
monitor the performance of both
internal and external progress at
United Way.


November 17 • 2005

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