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Oct 2012
October 11, 2012

Warner Norcross Attorney David Eberhard Named to CEF Board

David C.C. Eberhard, an attorney with the law firm Warner Norcross & Judd LLP, has been named to the board for the Church Extension Fund, which provides financing to Lutheran-Missouri Synod churches.  

Eberhard, who concentrates his practice in the areas of business, corporate, financial services and real estate law, will serve a six-year term as one of nine trustee members in the Michigan District who oversee and manage the CEF’s $275 million in assets.  The CEF supports the Michigan District with loans and grants to specific congregations as well as offering members certain investment products.

This is Eberhard’s first appointment to the CEF.  He continues to serve as a board member of Historic Trinity Lutheran Church in Detroit and as a board member of the Lutheran Heritage Foundation in Macomb Township.

Eberhard is a member of the American Bar Association, State Bar of Michigan, Macomb County Bar Association and the International Council of Shopping Centers.  He also serves on a Macomb Business Advisory Board.
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