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May 12, 2011 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2011-05-12

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Dr. Jane Krasnick of
Huntington Woods was
recently appointed to
the position of assis-
tant professor at the
Oakland University
William Beaumont
School of Medicine in
Krasnick
Auburn Hills. She has
been affiliated with
William Beaumont Hospital since 2000.
She is in private practice at Warren
Allergy & Asthma Care PC in Warren
and specializes in allergy and clinical
immunology. The scope of her practice
includes evaluating and treating both
children and adults with asthma, aller-
gies (environmental, drug, food, skin)
and immune disorders.

Tapper's Diamonds and Fine Jewelry
announces that it is the recipient of two
Ambassador Magazine Red Seal Awards
— Best Jewelry Store and Best Watch
Store. Tapper's also won top honors as
Best Fine Jeweler from Ambassador
Magazine in 2007. Founded in 1977 by
brothers Howard and Steven Tapper,
Tapper's Diamonds and Fine Jewelry
specializes in fine designer jewelry, Swiss
timepieces and diamonds with three
locations in the Metro Detroit area.

Jordan Levin of West Bloomfield was
awarded the Outstanding Alumnus
Award from the Resource Center for
Persons with Disabilities at Michigan
State University. This is in recognition
of a MSU graduate who is successful in

his field and continues
to display outstanding
leadership in represent-
ing the abilities of those
in the disability corn-
munity.
At age 21/2, he was
diagnosed as being
Levin
profoundly deaf was
told he would not be
able to speak and needed sign language
as his means of communication. His
parents taught Jordan how to speak.
Currently he is a well-respected moti-
vational speaker. He is the founder of
the Jordan Levin Childhood Obesity
Foundation, which sends economically
challenged overweight children and their
families to local hospitals to learn meth-
ods to combat obesity, and the owner of
CrossFit Bloomfield, an exercise facility
in Bloomfield Hills.

The Michigan
Association for College
Admission Counseling
has bestowed its high-
est honor upon John
Boshoven, Frankel
Jewish Academy's direc-
tor of college coun-
Boshoven
seling. The William
Gramenz Award is
given annually to a college counselor for
outstanding service to students, counsel-
ing, the profession and the association.
Boshoven also has been selected to
join the Inaugural National Counselor
Advisory Committee for the University of

Chicago. He also serves on the advisory
councils for the University of Michigan,
University of Toledo and Wayne State
University.

"What Has Israel Ever
Done for Peace?" is an
Israel Advocacy proj-
ect, created by Danny
Nemer, a senior at
the Frankel Jewish
Academy. It has been
picked up by Hasbara
Nemer
Fellowships, which
features it on their web-
site's resources/videos page, www.has-
barafellowships.org/resourses/videos.
In his web pages, Nemer, son of Rosalind
and Larry Nemer of Bloomfield Hills,
traces Israel's ongoing efforts to craft
a lasting peace with her neighbors
since accepting Britain's Partition
Recommendation in 1937.

Cohn

Berman

A select group of civic, business and cul-
tural leaders accepted honorary degrees
for their contributions to society at the
Wayne State University commencement
ceremonies on May 5 and 6. Detroit
developer Mandell "Bill" Berman, U.S.

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District Judge Avern
Cohn, entrepreneur
Mort Harris, Detroit
Poet Laureate Naomi
Long Madgett and
Michigan paving
magnate-turned-edu-
cation-advocate Robert
Thompson are the 2011
honorees.

Ed Kohl of West
Bloomfield was recently
elected to the national
board of Volunteers for
Israel. He is also the
regional officer for the
states of Michigan, Ohio,
Indiana and Wisconsin.
Kohl
Volunteers for Israel-
USA is associated with
Sar-El, a nonprofit organization in Israel,
which administers the program in Israel.

Adam Zureick, 17,
of Bloomfield Hills
Andover High School,
has been named a
Michigan Youth Arts
Distinguished Scholar
and invited to partici-
pate in the 49th annual
Zureick
Michigan Youth Arts
Festival, May 12-14, in
Kalamazoo. He was nominated by the
Michigan School Band and Orchestra
Association. Zureick is a trumpet player
and will perform with the State Honors
Band.

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