Randall (Randy) BlauRandy Blau Buckfire Law has been elected to the Michigan Jewish Sports Foundation Hall of Fame Class of 2023.

The Michigan Jewish Sports Foundation was founded in 1984 to both honor notable Jewish athletes within the state of Michigan and to foster Jewish identity through athletics.

Randy grew up playing tennis. He played four years of varsity tennis at Bloomfield Hills Lahser High School, captioning the team his senior year. He received All-League and All-Region honors playing number one and two singles.

Randy was then recruited by Kalamazoo College to play for legendary coach George Acker. During his collegiate career, he played both singles and doubles, never losing an MIAA League match.

Randy was a member of three of Kalamazoo College’s record seven Division III National Championships in 1991, 1993, and 1993. He was named team captain and received all MIAA Academic honors during his senior year.

“It is an honor and a privilege to be inducted,” Randy said.

Buckfire Law celebrates Randy’s induction to the Michigan Jewish Sports Foundation Hall of Fame. “We are proud to celebrate the accomplishment of Randy being elected to the Michigan Jewish Sports Foundation Hall of Fame,” said Buckfire Law President Lawrence Buckfire. “The entire firm extends their congratulations to Randy, and the Class of 2023.”

The Hall of Fame boasts over 100 plaques of sports notables, including Hank Greenberg, Bill Davidson, and Jackie Kallen, as well as plaques honoring Alvin Foon Award recipients Mike llitch, Ernie Harwell, Gordie and Colleen Howe, Tom Izzo, and Sparky Anderson. Learn more about the Michigan Jewish Sports Foundation:

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