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DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Arthur M. Horwitz

F. Kevin Browett

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Chief Operating Officer

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Story Development Editor

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Deborah Schultz
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EDITORIAL
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David Sachs

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Editorial Assistant

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Annabel Cohen
Don Cohen
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Esther Allweiss Ingber
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Lynne Konstantin
Barbara Lewis
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March 6 • 2014

Shoah Scholar Speaks
On Mass Murderers

Author and Holocaust expert Thomas
Kuhne will speak on "The Murderers
Among Us: How We Elude and Confront
Holocaust Perpetrators:' He'll appear at 2
p.m. Sunday, March 23, at the Holocaust
Memorial Center, Zekelman Family
Campus in Farmington Hills.
He will explore and assess popular
fantasies about and scholarly insights
into the pathology and the ordinariness
of Hitler's mass murderers, showing that
the Holocaust can be explained only if we
render account to the full diversity of the
people who committed it.
Kuhne is Strassler Family Chair in the
Study of Holocaust History at the Strassler
Center for Holocaust and Genocide
Studies and professor of history at Clark
University in Worcester, Mass.
The event is presented by Wayne State
University's College of Liberal Arts and
Sciences and the Guy Stern Endowment in
Exile and Holocaust Studies.

Corporate Exec Keynotes
JVS Trade Secrets Event

Sandra Pierce, a native of Detroit, started
as a bank teller at the age of 18 and
worked her way through
college and up the cor-
porate ladder. Today,
as vice chairman of

FirstMerit Corporation

Sandra Pierce

as well as chairman
and CEO of FirstMerit
Michigan, she is a role
model for women inside

and outside of the board room.
Pierce will share her success story and
serve as honorary chair and keynote
speaker at JVS' sixth annual Trade Secrets
fundraiser, which is expected to draw
more than 300 attendees. The event will
take place at 6 p.m. Wednesday, March
12, at Knollwood Country Club in West
Bloomfield.
Trade Secrets raises funds for the JVS
Women to Work Program, which assists
women who must enter the workforce after
drastic life changes, such as divorce or the
death, disability or unemployment of their
spouse.
For ticket and sponsorship information,
visit www.jvsdet.org/tradesecrets or contact
Fran Victor, chief development officer, at
fvictor@jvsdet.org or (248) 233-4290.

'Kindness Super Bowl'
Helps Feed The Needy

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Keith Farber

Sales Director

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Account Executives

Wendy Flusty
Annette Kizy
Melissa Litvin
Ilene Lubin
Rick Nessel

Sales Manager Assistant

Lisa Wren

BUSINESS OFFICES

Billing Coordinator

Pamela Turner

Collections Analyst

Hazel Bender

Production By FARAGO & ASSOCIATES

Manager

Empty Bowls is an international grassroots
effort to fight hunger where individuals
create handcrafted bowls. The cost to par-
ticipate is $5.
To participate in the Kindness Super Bowl
Project at the JCC in Oak Park Tuesday,
March 25, noon-3 p.m., call (248) 967-4030.
Statistics show that one in eight Americans
struggle with food insecurity. Millions have
lost their jobs during the most recent reces-
sion, and the number of food stamp recipi-
ents has increased dramatically.
Empty Bowls events have taken place
across the U.S. and in at least a dozen
other countries. Many millions of dollars
have been raised and donated to hunger-
fighting organizations.

Scott Drzewiecki

Designers

Amy Pollard
Pam Sherevan
Michelle Sheridan
Susan Walker

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Craig R. Phipps

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QUICK CLICK ••• Vignettes From The JN Archive

Dallas Pillen

Detroit Jewish News
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Customer Service Manager:
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r. Robert and Joan Jampel are

model leaders, educators and
philanthropists. During their
more than 60 years of marriage, they
have demonstrated a commitment to
excellence and to helping others, and
their contributions have improved the
medical and educational resources
available to all.
Dr. Robert Jampel served as chair of
the Department of Ophthalmology at
Wayne State University and director of
the Kresge Eye Institute from 1974-1994.
His accomplishments at the Institute
include the unification of residency
programs in Detroit and a successful
fundraising campaign for a new building
at Hutzel Hospital. The Institute's audi-
torium was named in his honor in 2013.
Joan Jampel has a history of service to
the Jewish Community Center's Henry &
Delia Meyers Library and Media Center,

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which is named in honor of her parents.
Joan has also served as the chair and
coordinator of volunteer services at the
JCC. She is a current member of the
Board of Trustees of Temple Beth El. ❑

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