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June 14, 2012 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2012-06-14

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Circuit Judges Are Called .
Trial Judges for a Reason •

Dena Greenberg of West Bloomfield
enjoys the program. .

They Try Cases.

Pearlena Bodzin of Southfield with Len
Horwitz of West Bloomfield

If you or a family member are
before the Circuit Court, whether
it's a dispute or as a victim of
crime, you need a judge who is
not just finding their way around
the courtroom.

Layne Sakwa works with families
in Oakland County courtrooms
on a daily basis. As a Special
Victims Prosecutor she protects
our families and recognizes
their needs, while working
closely with police and
community agencies.

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Sylvia Pearlman and Jennie Fried, both of West Trudy Goodkin of West Bloomfield
Bloomfield, stop to chat.
applauds during the program.

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Hilda Silverman of West Bloomfield, center, Pola Friedman of Farmington Hills, and

Lauren and Ketelyn Kerman of Bloomfield Hills attended the brunch as four genera-
tions of family, joined by Cynthia Raynor of Redford, left.

at the brunch, at barely 95, Dena
Greenberg of West Bloomfield spoke
of her days when she once worked at
the IN.
At 1051/2, Belle Siegel of Southfield
was the eldest of the honorees. "She
really looked forward to attend-
ing this event and had a wonder-
ful time:' said her niece, Sue Marx
of Birmingham, who accompa-
nied Siegel to the May 4 event at
Congregation Shaarey Zedek in
Southfield.
"Those of us in the genera-
tions following our honorees try
to imagine what it was like to live
through two world wars and a crip-

pling worldwide depression that
finally, beautifully, yielded peace and
prosperity:' said Hannah Moss of
Huntington Woods, who co-chaired
the event with Phyllis Schwartz of
Bloomfield Hills.
"So many things changed during
their lifetime. Those of us who did
not live through the days that tested
the will and spirit of everyone owe
much to the 'Greatest Generation' for -
its strength, perseverance and com-
mitment. There are no others like our
honorees. A heartfelt thank you to the
greatest generation. The bar for com-
parable achievement by the rest of us
has been set high."

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