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The Detroit Jewish News, 2014-03-20

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Through the Centennial Fund, Irving z"/ and Shirley z"/ Fader
Leave a Legacy of Support for Education Within the Community

rving Fader attended Yale University to study

The Centennial Fund is the central endowment

engineering, yet his education was cut short due

campaign for ensuring the long-term security of

to the onset of WWII. After the war, he was drawn

Jewish Detroit. Providing educational opportunities

into business with his brother, and built a thriving

is one of the Fund's core priorities, which meshed

and well-respected real estate development

perfectly with Shirley and Irv's vision. "To Irv, education

business. Despite never finishing his formal

was the key to a successful life," says Sandy Hack,

education, Iry never lost his appreciation for

his sister-in-law. "Iry and Shirley would be extremely

the true value of a college education. Though they

proud to know that, through the Shirley and Irving

had no children of their own, Shirley and Irving

Fader Jewish Education Scholarship Centennial Fund,

generously assisted in the education of their nieces

they would leave a meaningful legacy, making it

and nephews. Now, through a gift to the Centennial

possible for Jewish students to attend college."

Fund, the Faders will continue to help Jewish

students attend Michigan colleges and universities

long into the future.

g% Jewish Federation



March 20 • 2014


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