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February 11, 2010 - Image 16

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2010-02-11

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Southeastern Michigan:

A Great Place To Live. A Great Place To Live Jewishly.

"Why does a Southern Jew who grew up in Alabama and was working in St.

Louis move to Southeastern Michigan? Love. It brought me here after a long-

distance dating relationship with my now-fiancee, Lena Epstein. I arrived job-

less but extremely optimistic. People were so welcoming, especially within the

DETROIT
JEWISH NEWS

J

Sponsored by
Renaissance Media,
publisher of the
Detroit Jewish News

Jewish community, providing referrals and networking resources. Within a few

months, I was offered a job with Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan. I have also

become actively involved in several community organizations, including the

ADL and Federation. The lifestyle in Detroit and Southeastern Michigan is amazing for

young professionals and I couldn't be happier."

— Brett Koretzky, advanced business intelligence analyst, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan

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