BOARD OF TRUSTEES
Steve Blum, Immediate Past President
Paul Caradonna, Pesident
Paul and his wife Dayna are raising a son and daughter in the temple's youth education programs. Paul has served on theb oard, and just completed a term on the executive board as Treasurer. Paul is an attorney with a background in civil service including as a Circuit Court judicial clerk, a U.S. Marine, a Michigan Army National Guardsman, and a municipal police officer.
Elaine Fieldman, Vice-President
Elaine has been a Temple member since 1995 and currently serves on the Temple Board. After practicing law for almost 25 years she retired from the firm of Barris Sott Denn and Driker. Elaine has served as a board member of the International Institute for Secular Humanistic Judaism, JVS and Lighthouse Path. She is currently a trustee of the Michigan State University College of Law. In her retirement Elaine spends most of her time traveling for pleasure and for ballroom dance competitions. Elaine's daughter, Erika Sims, was bat mitzvahed at the Temple. She and her husband Marcel Kooi live in Philadelphia where she is a resident medical doctor at the University of Pennsylvania.
Ned Greenberg, Vice-President
Ned and his wife Elisa have been temple members since 2005. All three of their children have been through Sunday school and had a Bar/Bat Mitzvah at Birmingham Temple.
Ned graduated from Southfield Lathrup High School, received his B.A. from Tufts University and his J.D. from American University, Washington College of Law. Ned currently is president of DataNet Quality Systems, a software company located in Southfield. Ned has served on the boards of Forgotten Harvest, Gleaners Community Food Bank, the Jewish Community Council and other civic and charitable organizations.
Cathy Radner, Secretary
Cathy and her husband, Russell Linden, have been Temple members for over 20 years. Their 2 daughters went through our school program and were each bat mitzvahed. Both daughters recognize that going through the study, preparation and presentation at their bat mitzvahs were tremendous experiences.