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Jon Parritz Elected Vice President of United Jewish Fund & Council of Greater St. Paul

June 4, 2008

Jon Parritz, Chair of Maslon's Competitive Practices Litigation Group, was recently elected Vice President of the United Jewish Fund & Council of Greater St. Paul. The United Jewish Fund & Council is the central philanthropic and communal organization of the St. Paul Jewish Community. The UJFC raises funds for local educational and social service needs as well as provides communal leadership in the Twin City area. The UJFC also partners with other relief and community service organizations on the national level and around the world to assist the poor, the oppressed and those victimized by discrimination, terror and war. Parritz has been active with UJFC since 1988 in a variety of roles, including 2006 Campaign Chair, board member and Executive Committee member.


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