JOEL BRESLER, a resident of Oro Valley, has published a new comedic novel, “The Moskowitz Code” (Tasfil Publishing, LLC), in which Mike Moskowitz finds his life turned “tush-over-teakettle” when his doctor makes a typo in his medical record. Bresler’s previous books include “Sunderwynde Revisited” and “Letters to be Read in a Heavily British Accent,” a finalist for both the USA Book News and Indie Book Awards in the humor category.
MARK RUBIN is one of six new members of the Community Foundation for Southern Arizona board of trustees. Rubin has been practicing law in Tucson for 35 years and currently serves as general counsel at Pima Medical Institute. Rubin served on and chaired the steering committee for B’nai Tzedek, a Jewish teen philanthropy group in Tucson, and the Tocqueville Society of the United Way of Tucson and Southern Arizona. He is a founding partner of Social Venture Partners Tucson.