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in the order in which it arrives, it may not appear immediately. Please
specify the year under which you would like your news to appear. Otherwise,
we will list: (1) all former undergraduates (including those who later
received graduate degrees) by the year of their undergraduate degree,
and (2) all former students who received only graduate degrees by the
year of their final degree.
Palm Beach Post profiled Donna Dickey Guyer, AB'36, paying particular
attention to her career as a poet. She has also been a columnist for
the Leisureville Post for ten years.
alumni, please send your news to: George C. McElroy, AB'38, AM'39, 1411
E. 54th Place, Chicago, IL 60615--5404. Phone: 773/288--4918 (h).
The Class of 1940 celebrates its 60th reunion June 2--4, 2000. After
31 years, John W. ("Jack") Bernhardt, AB'40, retired from his position
as regional sales manager at Electronic Component News. A reception
was held in his honor on September 16. James W. Harding, MBA'40; Charles
A. Johnson, AB'40, AM'41; and Daniel F. McCarthy, AB'40; see 1941, Stanley
G. Harris. This April, Richard S. MacNeish, AB'40, AM'44, PhD'49, will
receive the Society for American Archaeology's 2000 Fryxell Award for
interdisciplinary research in archaeology. A symposium in his honor
will be held at the group's annual meeting. Winner of the 1938 Golden
Gloves boxing championship, MacNeish has also been a Guggenheim fellow
(1956) and won the Spinden Medal for archaeology (1964). In 1996, he
was honored by the Chinese Historical Society of Southern California
and in 1998, he was made a lifetime member of the Society of Professional
Stanley G. Harris, AB'41, of Lincolnwood, IL, reports on a dinner of
Phi Kappa Sigma alumni. Attending were James W. Harding, MBA'40, "who
ended up atop Kemper," and Daniel F. McCarthy, AB'40, "who continues
atop his Westmoreland Building in Skokie." J. Wilson Reilly, AB'41,
AM'48, who lives on Lake Shore Drive, planned to attend the party, but
a break--in at his summer home prevented him. Harris retired early from
the Bell system to become assistant director of adult education at Oakton
Community College, then worked as the assistant to the executive director
of Centre East for the Performing Arts in Skokie. Harris also keeps
in touch with Charles A. Johnson, AB'40, AM'41, who has retired from
the State Department and lives in Washington, DC.
College alumni, please send your news to: Mary Lucene Price Miller,
AB'43, 111 Sum-- mit Hills Drive, Spartanburg, SC 29307. Phone: 864/583--0063
(h). E--mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
College alumni, please send your news to: Beata Hayton, AB'43, 1020
Grove St., Evanston, IL 60201--4235. Fax: 847/475--5969.
Ruth Holland Waddell, AB'44, see 1949, John H. Waddell. 45 The Class
of 1945 celebrates its 55th reunion June 2--4, 2000. The March 25 edition
of the Wall Street Journal profiled Marianne G. Yampolsky, AB'45, describing
her work as an artist and photographer in Mexico. Following a retrospective
exhibit in 1998 at the Centro de la Imagen, she had a 60--image retrospective
at Queens College's Godwin--Ternbach Museum in New York this past March.
Yampolsky, who has lived in Mexico since 1944, joined the Taller de
Gráfica Popular in Mexico City after graduating from the U of C, becoming
its first female member.
College alumni--Norman L. Macht, PhB'47, writes: Arnold L. ("Bud") Tanis,
PhB'47, SB'49, MD'51, was honored this past summer by the Florida Pediatric
Society/Florida Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics with the
John H. Whitcomb outstanding pediatrician award. During his 42--year
practice, Tanis, who has become known to three generations of patients
as Dr. Bud, has been an active advocate of children's rights. He lobbies
the state legislature and Congress on issues concerning child safety
and accident prevention, medical--coverage assurance, and breast feeding.
Tanis lives in Fernandine Beach and practices in Hollywood. He also
has found time to be a leader in the U of C alumni club in that area
for as long as memory can recall. There are no signs that Dr. Bud will
be lessening any of these activities in the foreseeable future, an outlook
that helps to keep him as young in spirit as his patients. College alumni,
please send your news to: Norman L. Macht, PhB'47, 226 S. Washington
St., Easton, MD 21601. Phone: 410/770--4539 (h).
College alumni, please send your news to: Marilyn Corliss Durst, PhB'47,
17 Stone-- wall Way, Falmouth, ME 04105--2491. E--mail: email@example.com.
Phone: 207/797--5987 (h).
In June, Fred E. Fiedler, AM'47, PhD'49, professor emeritus of psychology
and of management and organization at the University of Washington,
received the American Psychological Society's James McKeen Cattell Award.
Fiedler is an internationally known researcher in leadership and organizational
performance. In 1996, he was honored for his contributions to the field
by the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, and in
1993, he received a distinguished--educator award from the American
Academy of Management. He gave an invited address at the June convention
of the American Psychological Society in Denver on the role of cognitive
resources in the leadership process. John H. Waddell, X'49, created
a four--figure bronze sculpture, That Which Might Have Been, Birmingham
1963, which was installed in a specially designed courtyard at the Carver
Museum and Cultural Center in Phoenix. The larger than life--size sculpture
represents what might have been the maturity of the four girls killed
in the church bombing on September 15, 1963, in Birmingham, AL. Waddell's
bronze sculpture Seated Harpist is displayed at Ravinia Park in Highland
Park, IL. His Seated Flutist is displayed at National--Louis University.
Waddell has an M.F.A. and an M.A.E. from the Art Institute of Chicago,
as well as an honorary doctorate from the National College of Education.
This year, after working with a dancer/choreographer/ teacher, Waddell
and his wife, Ruth Holland Waddell, AB'44, performed a short, expressive
dance to the music of Philip Glass, AB'56, celebrating their 50 years
of marriage. The couple continues to work in their studio and receive
visitors in their sculpture garden of John's major works. This corrects
information published in the June--August/99 issue.--Ed.
The Class of 1950 celebrates its 50th reunion June 2--4, 2000. Anne
Garvey Phillips, AM'50, taught English composition at both UCLA and
Santa Monica Community College for 24 years, retiring in 1989. She also
wrote a textbook on advanced reading that is used in the U.S. and abroad.
In retirement, she has published a collection of poetry. She married
Robert Marvin Phillips in 1977.
College alumni, please send your news to: J. Ward Wright, AB'53, JD'56,
148 Lakeshore Drive, Richmond, KY 40475. Phone: 606/623--8953 (h).
College alumni, please send your news to: George Karcazes, AB'59, JD'60,
30 N. LaSalle St., Suite 4020, Chicago, IL 60602. Phone: 312/332--4550
The Class of 1960 celebrates its 40th reunion June 2--4, 2000. After
33 years, Kenneth J. Brown, SB'60, has retired from the University of
Wisconsin--Stevens Point. As coordinator of mathematics tutoring, he
served on a committee reviewing the grading process and on a campus
task force on tutoring. In retirement, he'll restore antique automobiles
and raise bromeliads and unusual conifers. His backyard contains 200
conifers, and he has published articles in the Bromeliad Society Journal.
He shares his botanical hobbies with his wife, Joan McAuliff, a professional
College alumni--Mike Einisman, AB'62, MBA'63, and Judith E. Stein, AB'62,
AM'64, write: We've been delighted to receive so much upbeat news in
1999. We hope the year has treated all of us well. Deborah Dinitz Strauss,
AB'62, AM'64, closed the year by being named to the Non Profit Times's
Power and Influence Top 50. As executive director for the Information
Technology Resource Center (ITRC), Debby was cited as "a leader in the
national technology strategy" and joins the company of George Soros
and Ralph Nader. Herb A. Schwartz, AB'62, has moved to Garberville,
CA. After a lifetime of urban living, he has returned to environmental
issues and now serves on the boards of the Institute for Sustainable
Forestry and Sanctuary Forest. He urges classmates to think about the
studs in their houses and the lungs of our planet: "Remodel your kitchens
with SmartWood and support efforts to save old growth trees." You can
contact Herb via e--mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. Some of us have taken to
the skies: Joan Saks Berman, AB'62, writes, "I was in Norway in June
to attend the Women's Worlds 99, a.k.a., the 7th International Interdisciplinary
Congress on Women, held on the university campus in Tromsö, north of
the Arctic Circle," while Avima Ruder, X'62, an epidemiologist for the
National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) in Cincinnati,
presented the results of her research on the mortality of dry cleaners
at the International Conference on Epidemiology in Occupational Health
meeting in Herzliya, Israel, in mid--October. From Sandra Jackson Cohen,
AB'62, we hear that, at summer's end, she returned home to Annapolis
after "completing the harvest at our blueberry farm in Michigan and
celebrating a 35th wedding anniversary with our family in a most satisfying
style: campfire on the deserted beach of Lake Michigan, under the towering
wooded cliffs of the farm." When she is not harvesting, Sandy is the
assistant attorney general of Maryland. Janet Varner Gunn, DB'62, AM'64,
sent us her very first alum message: "Following 17 years of ongoing
residency in Hyde Park, 14 years in North Carolina, three years in the
Middle East, two years in South Africa, I can at long last be found
at home in Portland, ME, and would love to hear from old comrades, especially
George Phillips (Tosca in Philly, 1961)." From Queens College, Jack
Zevin, AB'62, MAT'64, announces that his new book, Social Studies for
the 21st Century: Methods and Materials for Teaching Secondary Social
Studies, has just been issued with a 2000 copyright by Lawrence J. Erlbaum
Associates of Mahwah, NJ. Barbara Flynn Currie, AB'68, AM'73, majority
leader of the Illinois House of Representatives, writes, "I had a good
spring legislative session, sponsoring a variety of measures that made
it to the governor's desk. Some of my favorites include prohibiting
corrections officials from shackling women during labor and childbirth,
requiring unsolicited commercial e--mail solicitations to identify themselves,
establishing pilot programs to beef up training for welfare recipients
on their way to the world of work, and requiring parents to keep firearms
unloaded and out of the reach of children." Keep up the great work,
Barbara; those of us in your district are pleased to have you represent
us. As 1999 moves to its end, we wish you a healthy, happy 2000 and
hope that all of us last longer than New Dorm, which is to be razed
in the millennium. Don't let the Y2K bug bite. And keep us posted with
your cards, notes, and calls. College alumni, please send your news
to: Mike Einisman, AB'62, MBA'63, 477 Green Bay Road, Highland Park,
IL 60035. Phone: 800/438--3901 (w). Fax: 847/433--5411. Or e--mail Judith
E. Stein, AB'62, AM'64, at: email@example.com.
Dena Criz Weisbard, BFA'64, writes, "Somehow I was reported as retired.
My retirement lasted one weekend. The following Monday, June 1, 1998,
I joined the marketing department of Indiana's largest law firm. Barnes
& Thornburg has six offices, including one in Chicago. I'm in the Indianapolis
The Class of 1965 celebrates its 35th reunion June 2--4, 2000. Terry
W. Moyemont, AB'66, spent the past year producing a documentary on U.N.
preventative deployment peace keeping in Macedonia. Next, he'll do a
documentary on conflict mediation for the U.S. Institute of Peace. He
writes, "Between videos, I've gotten married, and my wife, Terri, and
I are renovating the house that we own on Crete."
College alumni--Deanna Dragunas Bennett, AB'67, writes: All our classmates
seem to have gone to ground and become un-- communicative over the summer.
This could be because of summer activities. Or is this because we've
become introspective at the prospect of most of us celebrating a 55th
birthday next year? This is a more important milestone for your class
correspondent than 50 because I will become retirement eligible! Since
there's no new news, I've again mined our reunion book to share some
of the wide range of avocations noted by classmates. Alfred J. ("Sandy")
Lewy, SB'67, PhD'73, MD'73, reads history while working out on the Stairmaster
and is an avid cook. Nili Olive Olay, AB'67, loves to read Austen, the
Brontës, Dickens, etc., as well as mysteries, and is on the board of
the Jane Austen Society of North America. The main outside activity
of Barry A. Weitz, AB'67, is coaching grammar--school baseball and basketball
teams. Robert M. Vare, AB'67, AM'70, loves to travel and listens to
jazz at every opportunity. Helen Stein, AB'68, reads voraciously and
devotes lots of time to growing things on her 3.5 acres of woods and
garden in Kansas. Brian K. Schmidt, SB'67, reads and bicycles with his
children and writes computer games and adventure books for young adults.
Please note your class correspondent's new e--mail address, firstname.lastname@example.org,
and use it to send me news for the next column! College alumni, please
send your news to: Deanna Dragunas Bennett, AB'67, 1622 El Tair Trail,
Clearwater, FL 33765. Phone: 727/796--8807 (h). E--mail: email@example.com.
alumni, please send your news to: Michael Nemeroff, AB'68, Sidley &
Austin, 1722 I Street, NW, Washington, DC 20006. Phone: 202/736--8235
(w). E--mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. Other alumni news includes: After
graduation, C. Jane Lilienfeld, AM'68, taught for a year at what was
then Chicago State College. In 1975, she earned a Ph.D. in English and
American literature from Brandeis University. She is now an associate
professor of English, with tenure, at Lincoln University in Jefferson
City, MO. Melvin L. Silberman, AM'65, PhD'68, a professor at Temple
University, received the Christian R. and Mary F. Lindback Foundation
Award for distinguished teaching. He is the author of 26 books and was
the driving force behind the development of Temple's adult and organizational
Marcus K. Felson, AB'69, and his wife, Mary A. Eckert, celebrated their
third anniversary this past summer. The couple lives in Montclair, NJ.
Felson is a criminal justice professor at Rutgers University and Eckert
is research director at the New York City Criminal Justice Agency. K.
George Pedersen, PhD'69, began his career as a teacher, vice principal,
and principal of both elementary schools and high schools. While a student
at the U of C, he served as the associate director of a major study
of educational finance for the state of Michigan. He returned to Canada
in 1972 as the dean of education at the University of Victoria, where
he later was academic vice president. He has served as president of
five universities. In 1998, Pedersen was elected chancellor of the University
of Northern British Columbia. In 1992, he received the 125th Anniversary
of the Confederation of Canada Medal and was appointed an officer in
the Order of Canada in 1993. In 1996, he received an honorary doctorate
degree from McMaster University. He and his wife, Penny Pedersen, have
a son, Greg, a daughter, Lisa, and an "acquired" daughter, Diane. His
interests include golf, travel, carving, and fishing. Patricia Moeller
Steimer, MAT'69, reports that her husband surprised her this past April
with a trip to Chicago. He had arranged to renew their wedding vows
at Bond Chapel, where they were married 30 years before. Steimer writes,
"He had not only reserved the chapel but also had arranged for an organist,
a minister, and the presence of my matron of honor. I guess he is probably
the best thing I got from my University education!"
The Class of 1970 celebrates its 30th reunion June 2--4, 2000. Valerie
Cramer Ciancio, AB'70, passed the CPA exam and is enrolled in Northern
Illinois University's master's of tax program. Eleanor D. A. Kinney,
AM'70, co--directs the Indiana University School of Law's Center for
Law and Health. She joined the faculty in 1984 and teaches administrative
law, health--care financing and regulation, and insurance law. Lawrence
W. Sherman, AM'70, a criminologist, was named director of the Fels Center
of Government at the University of Pennsylvania. He was also appointed
the Albert M. Greenfield professor of human relations in the sociology
department. John L. Tymoczko, AB'70, PhD'73, was recently appointed
the Towsley professor of biology at Carleton College.
Jeffrey L. Doering, AB'71, PhD'75, is a professor and chair of biology
at Loyola University Chicago. He and his wife, Marilyn, have two daughters,
Valerie, 22, and Andrea, 18. Beginning this August, Jordan I. Kosberg,
PhD'71, holds the University of Alabama endowed chair of social work.
He was previously a professor of social work at Florida International
University in Miami and was the Philip S. Fisher professor and director
of the Centre for Applied Family Studies in the School of Social Work
at Montreal's McGill University.
College alumni, please send your news to: Dorthea H. Juul, AB'72, PhD'89,
1115 S. Plymouth Court, #302, Chicago, IL 60605. Phone: 847/374--4204
(w). Fax: 847/236--4304. E--mail: email@example.com. Other alumni news
includes: Avlon Industries appointed William H. Stewart, MBA'72, vice
president of marketing. Stewart had spent 13 years at R. J. Dale Advertising,
where he was executive vice president.
Matthew M. Franckiewicz, JD'73, writes, "In November 1998, I was inducted
into (or is that inflicted upon?) the National Academy of Arbitrators.
To an arbitrator, this is equivalent to a ballplayer making it to the
big leagues. In May, I had an angioplasty and a stent for a blockage
in a coronary artery. I await a second round of the same for a blockage
in another artery." Harvey Mantel, AB'73, AM'76, writes, "Married and
family life have been going very well for us; Titania and I will be
married 20 years next March, have three wonderful children, and one
grandchild. Coincidentally, Kenny's and Michelle's respective bar and
bat mitzvah years coincided with my 20th and 25th College reunion years--at
which celebrations it was great getting together with all the mutual
friends in attendance--likewise our SSA 20th...Losing one of my best
friends, Joshua Fein, AB'73, was tragically difficult--we all pulled
through it; such losses are indeed painful--as when late, great brother
Dr. Fred departed this world in January 1992 after a valiant three--month
battle with pancreatic cancer." An adult inpatient psychiatric social
worker with the state of Illinois--most recently at Madden Mental Health
Clinic--Mantel says his work "has been challenging, to say the least!
I also do crisis intervention part time for Maine Center for Mental
Health. We've been living in Skokie for around nine years and enjoy
it." He planned to vacation in and around Playa del Carmen, Mexico,
this past summer.
College alumni, please send your news to: Juana Sinclair Harper, AB'74,
971 S. Park Terrace, Chicago, IL 60605. Phone: 312/986--8651 (h). Fax:
312/986--8651. E--mail: soulspec@aol. com.
The Class of 1975 celebrates its 25th reunion June 2--4, 2000. Jeffrey
S. Rasley, AB'75, formed a new law firm in Indianapolis. Rasley Jinks
& Abrams, P.A. is a general practice with emphasis on business representation,
estate planning, and litigation. He writes, "I look forward to assistance
from younger lawyers and more time off." Ordained a deacon at First
Meridian Heights Presbyterian Church, Rasley organized his fourth Himalayan
expedition, which took place this past October. Joseph A. Varacalli,
AM'75, was named acting chair of the sociology department at Nassau
Community College--SUNY for the fall 1999 semester. He is also finishing
his four--year term as editor in chief of the Catholic Social Science
Paul Finkelman, AM'72, PhD'76, was named the Chapman distinguished professor
of law at the University of Tulsa. He moved to Oklahoma in August, after
spending the sum-- mer as a visiting professor at Lewis and Clark School
of Law in Portland, OR. At Tulsa, he will teach courses in constitutional
law and legal history.
College alumni, please send your news to: Tony Mayo, AB'77, MBA'78,
10915 Thanlet Lane, Reston, VA 20190--3922. Phone: 703/855--6296 (w).
E--mail: tm@mayogenuine. com.
College alumni, please send your news to: Kent Maynard, AB'78, MBA'81,
2041 W. Dickens Ave., Chicago, IL 60647--4530. Phone: 773/342--5845
(h). E--mail: KMaynard@petersonross.com.
College alumni--James W. Marks, AB'79, writes: After 12 years, I have
decided to leave Holleb & Coff. I am staying in Chicago and in private
practice. News of the new firm to follow... Ann--Sofi Roden Lewandowski,
AB'79, MBA'86, was recently promoted to vice president at ABT Associates,
Inc. College alumni, please send your news to: James W. Marks, AB'79,
4710 N. Paulina, #3S, Chicago, IL 60640. E--mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Other alumni news includes: Mimi Still Dixon, AM'66, PhD'79, a professor
of English at Wittenberg University, served as U of C English professor
David Bevington's host at Wittenberg, where he received an honorary
The Class of 1980 celebrates its 20th reunion June 2--4, 2000. College
alumni--Gary Heck, AB'80, writes: With our 20th reunion coming up, what
better New Year's resolution than to make time to reconnect with old
friends and fellow classmates through a brief note to your class correspondent?
A number of you have commented on how much you enjoy reading about the
comings and goings of old acquaintances (let them not be forgot?). What
better gift to others than to let them enjoy reading about you? Maybe
it's that you've invented a cure for a dread disease for the third time.
Or maybe you've just found out that an old classmate has been living
a half block away from you for the past 12 years. Nobel prize or just
glad to be alive, send a note or give me a call. College alumni, please
send your news to: Gary Heck, AB'80, 1208 W. Talcott Road, Park Ridge,
IL 60068. Phone: 312/988--1523 (w). E--mail: email@example.com.
College alumni, please send your news to: Lonnie Stonitsch, AB'82, 1821
S. Peoria St., Apt. 2R, Chicago, IL 60608. Phone: 312/226--9712 (h).
College alumni, please send your news to: Karen Kapner Hyman, AB'82,
AM'88, 2219 Shefflin Court, Baltimore, MD 21209. E--mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Other alumni news includes: TRW, Inc. has promoted Mark J. Cybulski,
MBA'82, to vice president of information systems for the company's air
bag, steering wheel, and seat belt businesses. Laurie Kalmanson, AM'82,
writes, "Well, Internet time just keeps getting faster. The company
I'm with now (vp, interactivity), is focusing on the health care marketplace
and getting ready for a round of seed funding. Wheeeee! Take a look
at our Web site at carenetworks.com."
College alumni, please send your news to: Nick Varsam, AB'83, 832 Castle
Pines Drive, Ballwin, MO 63021. Phone: 636/207--1672 (h). E--mail: VarsamNick@aol.com.
Other alumni news includes: Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State
University has appointed Hayward ("Woody") Farrar, AM'71, PhD'83, an
associate professor with tenure. He says that he is "grateful for his
dissertation committee: John Hope Franklin, Kathleen Conzen, and the
late Arthur Mann. No Ph.D. candidate could have had better mentors."
Peggy Jackson, AM'83, see 1984, Robin D. Hanson. The Rape of Nanking
According to Winnie, a play by Margaret G. Waterstreet, MBA'83, was
performed November 22 at the Red Lion in Chicago by Twilight Tales.
On November 17, the Asian Heritage Festival produced opening scenes
from the play.
College alumni, please send your news to: Karen Dilibert, AB'84, JD'90,
1212C S. Federal St., Chicago, IL 60605--2757. Other alumni news includes:
Robin D. Hanson, AM'84, SM'84, accepted a position as assistant professor
of economics at George Mason University in Virginia. For the past two
years, he had been a Robert Woods Johnson Foundation health--policy
scholar at the University of California, Berkeley. He moved to Virginia
in August with his wife, Peggy Jackson, AM'83, and two sons, Tommy,
8, and Andy, 6. Francisco F. Martin, AM'84, traveled to England as a
visiting fellow at the Human Rights Law Centre at the University of
Nottingham this fall.
The Class of 1985 celebrates its 15th reunion June 2--4, 2000. College
alumni--Gordon Parrish, AB'85, writes: Mary Pittner Desch, AB'86, and
Michael C. Desch, AM'84, PhD'88, announced the January 20 birth of their
twins, August Thomas and Zoe Thornton. College alumni, please send your
news to: Gordon Parrish, AB'85, 1649 E. 50th St., Apt. 21E, Chicago,
IL 60615. Phone: 773/363--5120 (h). E--mail: email@example.com.
Other alumni news includes: David J. Mapley, MBA'85, relocated from
Connecticut to England to be closer to emerging European capital markets.
His company, Shimoda Capital Advisors Ltd., is located "rather pleasantly"
on the Thames at Blackfriars, where he keeps in contact with the world
through Bloomberg or e--mail. His company's Web site is shimoda--ltd.com.
College alumni--Michael Fitzgerald, AB'86, writes: A potential member
of the class of 2022, Arturo Joseph (A. J.) Poznanski, was born to Lynette
Silvestri, AB'86, and her husband, Richard Poznanski, on September 28.
Not long before that, Lynette reports that she was one of a number of
Maroons attending a surprise 35th birthday party for John A. Uglietta,
AB'86, orchestrated by his wife, Sue. Also attending were John J. Ludwicki,
AB'86; Michael J. Hughes, AB'86; John Culbertson, AB'86; and Malcolm
K. McGowan, PhD'91. Also celebrating a new baby were Elizabeth S. Thielman,
AB'86, AM'91, and Wayne J. Scott, AB'86, AM'89. Julian Scott Thielman
was born October 3, to the "admirable tolerance" of his older sister
Miriam and the "unconditional delight" of his parents. Elizabeth R.
Macken, AB'86, MBA'92, moved to San Francisco, lured by a chance to
get involved in Internet marketing. She's living in the city and welcomes
visitors. E--mail her at firstname.lastname@example.org, or touch base via snail
mail at 2069 Filbert St., Apt. 3, San Francisco, CA 94123. College alumni,
please send your news to: Michael Fitzgerald, AB'86, 1071 De Haro St.,
San Francisco, CA 94107. E--mail: Michael_Fitzgerald@zd.com.
College alumni--Alison L. Inafuku, AB'87, writes: It's been a busy wedding
season for Class of '87 alumni! From New York: Jean H. Osnos, AB'87,
married Bill Volonte on April 25 in Manhattan. Both Jean and her husband
are attorneys; Jean is with the New York Consumer Affairs Department.
From Singapore: For James A. Graf, AB'87, it was three weddings in three
countries. He and Christine Low had a civil ceremony in Singapore on
April 30, a Chinese wedding and two receptions in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia,
on August 6 and 7, and a church wedding in Minneapolis--St. Paul on
August 28, at which Anthony A. Kuznik, AB'87, served as best man. From
Chicago: Jay D. Woldenberg, AB'87, MBA'89, reports that he "shocked
the experts and entered a state of matrimony" with Kathy Shepherd, a
pediatrician, on September 5. There were three U of C alumni present.
Congratulations and best wishes to Jean, Jamie, and Jay and to their
spouses! Hugh H. Birch, AB'87, of Washington state, and his wife, Alice,
announce the April 3 birth of their second child, George Robert Birch.
George joins big sister Camille, who is 3 years old. Alan S. Cullison,
AB'87, reports that after three years at the Associated Press in Moscow,
he is now the Moscow correspondent for the Wall Street Journal: "I'll
be covering mostly politics for the next year or so, when Russia goes
through parliamentary elections in December, and next summer goes through
what we hope will be the first peaceful transfer of presidential power."
Alan's new e--mail address is alan.cullison@news. wsj.com. Sonya Quijada
Edmonds, AB'87, has left active military service and will continue serving
as an officer in the reserve forces. Sonya can be reached at MLESHQE@aol.com.
Countdown to Y2K: No doubt you all are making plans for an unforgettable
new year. Whether you will be on top of Mount Everest or welcoming 2000
with your friends and family, I welcome your stories and news to share
with our class. Happy holidays to everyone! College alumni, please send
your news to: Alison L. Inafuku, AB'87, Alliance Capital Management
Corporation, 1345 Avenue of the Americas, New York, NY 10105. E--mail:
Alison_Inafu-- email@example.com. (No job inquiries, please.) Other alumni
news includes: Mark S. Katz, AM'87, announces the June 6 birth of son
Mark. Both mother and son are doing "great." The family lives in Briarcliff
Manor, NY, and Katz works at ING Barings LLC, where he is vice president
of applications development for equity IT in the Americas.
College alumni--Elizabeth Hughes, AB'89, writes: By the time you read
this, winter will be in full swing and 1999 will be winding down. Does
anyone want to share some winter--in--Chicago stories? Or is anyone
spending the last night of the '90s in a particularly creative way?
Please share! Now, here's the news: Louise Flajnik Bauer, AB'89, reports
that after graduation she married Dean Bauer, and they now have two
sons, 4--year--old Alec and 2--year--old Ethan. Louise received her
J.D. from Loyola University and is currently practicing family law at
John L. Fay & Associates. Christina M. Lass, AB'89, also went on for
a law degree--from Valparaiso University in 1992--and recently became
a partner in the law firm Sheridan & Associates, P.C. in Wheaton, IL.
The name of the firm will be changed to Sheridan & Lass, P.C. Nader
I. Salti, AB'89, MD'93, finished his colorectal--surgery fellowship
at the University of Illinois at Chicago and is now in private practice
in Racine, WI. Julia Llewellyn Ketcham, AB'89, and her husband, Matt,
had their first child in June. David J. Adelman, AB'89, MBA'90, and
his wife, Ilana, also have a new baby, their second. David and family
live in Manhattan, and he works at Morgan Stanley Dean Witter, where
he analyzes the tobacco industry. Sunil Garg, AB'89, was chosen as one
of 16 winners for the 1999--2000 White House fellowship program. Sunil
will spend the year working with leaders in government to help draft
and review legislation, research public--policy initiatives, write speeches,
etc. That's it for now. Hope everyone has a safe and happy holiday season!
College alumni, please send your news to: Elizabeth Hughes, AB'89, 80
Wyman St., Apt 2, Jamaica Plain, MA 02130. Phone: 617/983--3328 (h).
E--mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. Other alumni news includes: Adria P. Bernardi,
AM'89, received the 1999 Bakeless Nason prize in fiction from the Middlebury
College Bread Loaf Writers' Conference for her novel The Day Laid on
the Altar. She also recently published translations of the poetry of
Italian screenwriter Tonino Guerra under the title Abandoned Places.
In 1998, she received the A. E. Coppard award for short fiction, and
she was the 1995 recipient of the James fellowship for a novel--in--progress
awarded by the Heekin Group Foundation.
The Class of 1990 celebrates its 10th reunion June 2--4, 2000. College
alumni--Grace Chan, AB'90, AM'90, writes: Hi, everyone! You all have
been relatively quiet the past few months. Two of our classmates, though,
did have news to share. Jill Olson de Jong, AB'90, finished an M.D./Ph.D.
program at the University of Wisconsin--Madison in May. She and her
husband, Peter H. de Jong, AB'90, moved to Boston, where Jill started
her pediatric residency at Children's Hospital. Peter has been busy
playing hockey and is happy to be able to stay with the same company,
Green Tree Financial (Conseco), by transferring to its Boston office.
The de Jongs have also been able to make the U of C connection in Boston
with Andrew C. Rudalevige, AB'89, and with Nada Kojic Wheelock, AB'91,
and Christopher B. Wheelock, AB'91.Jill and Peter would love to hear
from their U of C friends at email@example.com. Dianna Quan,
AB’90, recently moved to Denver and is an assistant professor in neurology
at the University of Colorado School of Medicine. The upstate New York
native declares that she loves living out west and that she never would
have imagined such a future for herself when she was at the U of C.
College alumni, please send your news to: Grace P. Chan, AB’90, AM’90,
5531 S. Kenwood Ave., Chicago, IL 60637. Phone: 773/643-6292 (h). E-mail:
firstname.lastname@example.org. Other alumni news includes: Christopher J.
Pursell, PhD’90, was promoted to associate professor of chemistry and
awarded tenure at Trinity University in San Antonio, where he has taught
Edoardo M. Kulp, AB’91, and Susan L. Cohen, MBA’94, were married on
May 30. The best man was Giorgio V. P. Kulp, AB’88. Joseph T. Cuenco,
AB’91, and Michael J. Cohen, MD’90, were groomsmen. Edoardo writes,
“It was a fantastic time—perfect weather, great friends, and a stunning
bride! After the honeymoon on the Greek islands, we packed up, left
San Francisco, and moved to Boston, where Susan is a professor of accounting
at Harvard Business School. For me—well, I followed my wife. Does anyone
have a job in Boston?” Eric X. Leurquin, MBA’91, reports that on September
20, 1998, his wife, Anne Gerarts, a health-promotion and AIDS specialist,
gave birth to their first child, Elise. On January 1, Leurquin became
market risk management auditor at BBL–ING, a European bank. He had been
a pension fund manager there. In July, he was also named as a certified
internal auditor by the Institute of Internal Auditors. Noelani V. Nitz,
AB’91, writes, “I am enjoying Gifu, Japan, as the new foreign legal
consultant for the intellectual property law firm Hiroe and Associates.
My new e-mail is nitz@ hiroe.com.jp.” In April, Todd D. Robichaud, AB’91,
joined the New York office of Akin, Gump, Strauss, Hauer & Feld LLP
as an associate in the litigation department.
College alumni—Lesley F. Kim, AB’92, writes: I was looking through the
Class of ’92 pic book, and I thought about many of you and wondered
what you’re up to these days. Send your news—or just your thoughts on
the meaning of life—to me sometime. Credence E. Fogo-Schensul, AB’92,
and Michael J. Fogo-Schensul, AB’94, are the proud parents of Rafael
Darrow Fogo-Schensul, born July 31. Credence graduated from law school
in May 1998, and is currently clerking at the Oregon Court of Appeals.
Credence writes, “In September of next year, I will move to Seattle
for a year to clerk at the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals; after that,
I will hopefully find a real, grown-up job. I’d love to hear from other
alums in Seattle, as I don’t know the city at all.” Michael also graduated
from law school in May 1998, and is a criminal defense lawyer in Portland,
OR. David E. Troolin, AB’92, went overseas to Papua New Guinea as a
language survey assistant with a linguistic organization. He met his
wife, Sarah, there, and they were married in Sarah’s home country, Australia.
They are now “pursuing further linguistic training to help them in language
development work through Bible translation and literacy among the speakers
of unwritten languages.” On September 18, Linda L. Wolfenden, AB’92,
married Arjun Srinivasan in Massachusetts. Linda and Arjun met at Johns
Hopkins Hospital, where they are both residents. Linda is in her final
year of an internal-medicine residency and will begin a fellowship at
Hopkins in pulmonary and critical-care medicine in July 2000. Linda
says hello to Daniel J. Nadelberg, AB’93, and wonders, “How come we
didn’t make the top ten of this year’s U.S. News?” Happy New Year to
everyone, especially our newest Class of ’92 friend, little Rafael Fogo-Schensul.
College alumni, please send your news to: Lesley F. Kim, AB’92, 1364
25th Ave., San Francisco, CA 94122-1525. Phone: 415/242-0187 (h). E-mail:
email@example.com. Other alumni news includes: Caren B. Spigland,
AM’92, joined BBDO Chicago as senior copywriter. She had been a copywriter
at Harris, Drury, and Cohen in Ft. Lauderdale, FL.
College alumni—Norman Yung, AB’93, writes: An T. Dinh, AB’93, married
classmate Elena Tuskenis Dinh, AB’94, in Salt Lake City on August 31,
1996. In 1997, An was awarded the National Health Service Corp scholarship.
On May 14, he received an M.D. from New York Medical College. He and
Elena are returning to Utah, where he’ll do a residency in family medicine.
David A. Attis, AB’93, and Diane Kelleher, AB’93, were married in Washington,
DC, on August 7. Diane is an attorney at the New York law firm Davis
Polk & Wardwell, and David is completing his Ph.D. at Princeton University.
On February 27, Eric N. Glasgow, AB’93, married Molly Head of Houston.
Following their honeymoon in Bali, the couple relocated to London, where
Eric is a gasoline trader for Swiss-based Vitol SA, and Molly is working
for a leading Internet design firm. Chicago native Sandra P. Franco,
SB’93, graduated magna cum laude from Georgetown University Law Center
in May. She was elected to the Order of the Coif and was a member of
the editorial board of Georgetown International Environmental Law Review.
She can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org. It was great hearing from
all of you. On a personal note, my wife and I became parents about ten
months ago to Ethan. We were very lucky that Ethan is a very healthy
(and active) baby. Please send all class of 1993 news to me at email@example.com,
as your fellow classmates would love to hear how you are doing. College
alumni, please send your news to: Norman C. W. Yung, AB’93, 6 Indian
Trail Road, Randolph, NJ 07869. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
College alumni, please send your news to: Tony McClendon, AB’94, 18W213
Lathrop Lane, Villa Park, IL 60181. Phone: 630/424-0418 (h). E-mail:
email@example.com. Other alumni news includes: Michael E. Nance,
MBA’94, joined Kobrick Funds as senior vice president and portfolio
manager of the Kobrick Growth Fund. Before joining Kobrick, Nance was
senior vice president and co-manager of the Putnam Voyager Fund at Putnam
The Class of 1995 celebrates its 5th reunion June 2–4, 2000. College
alumni—Kathleen Abbott, AB’95, writes: I finally have some Class News
of my own to contribute. After four years, I decided to stop talking
about it and actually started law school at the University of California,
Davis. It’s a big change from Chicago (they won’t give me $1 shakes
on Wednesday, and no one understands the need for big orange chairs
in the library), but once it snows in Tahoe I’m sure I’ll get over it.
Since she and I did everything together in college, I guess it is only
fitting that everyone’s favorite Montanian, Nadine M. Horning, AB’95,
is also back in school. Nadine is getting her master’s in education
at Montana State University in Billings. If anyone would like to contribute
to the Kath-Dean Education Fund, please feel free to e-mail me! I recently
heard from another classmate who is back in school. Charlotte E. Kaiser,
AB’95, writes, “After four years of living in New York City, I decided
to return to Chicago to finish my last two years of law school. I’ve
managed to see some alumni here and there, but I would love to hear
from any of you who are in the Chicago area or elsewhere. Please e-mail
me at c-kaiser2@ nwu.edu.” On May 29, Andrew A. Moshfeghi, AB’95, married
Arlanna Slaughter in New Orleans. Thang D. Nguyen, AB’95, and James
S. Yao, AB’95, were groomsmen. A week after Andrew and Arlanna exchanged
vows, Andrew graduated from Tulane University School of Medicine. The
newlyweds will spend a year in Boston, where Andrew will complete a
medical internship while his wife pursues her master’s in public health
at Harvard. Andrew will then begin his ophthalmology residency at North
Shore University Hospital in New York. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Katherine S. Fichter, AB’95, is once again living in her hometown of
Boston, where she is a research analyst for the Massachusetts House
of Representatives. Kate wrote that she will wed M. Jonathan Lehrich,
AM’91, on December 4, 1999. She welcomes e-mail from old friends at
k-fichter-1@ alumni.uchicago.edu College alumni, please send your news
to: Kathleen Abbott, AB’95, 1280 Olive Drive, Apt. 237, Davis, CA 95616.
Phone: 530/297-0209 (h). E-mail: email@example.com.
College alumni, please send your news to: Asha Banker, AB’96, Flat 5,
7 Warrington Crescent, London, W9 1ED, United Kingdom. Phone: 44-171-266-5660
(h). E-mail: asha. firstname.lastname@example.org.
College alumni, please send your news to: Alpha Lillstrom, AB’97, 156
W. Cruikshank Road, Butler, PA 16001. E-mail: email@example.com. Other
alumni news includes: In January, Michael D. Ruffalo, MBA’97, became
CFO of Giant Step, a Web-application developer in Chicago. Thomas C.
Willcox, MBA’97, reviewed Gerry Spence’s O.J. : The Last Word
for the January 12, 1998, issue of Legal Times.
College alumni—Elaine Chang, AB’98, writes: Greetings, Class of ’98.
I hope all is well with you. Class News has been slow recently, but
I’m sure all of you are doing something fun and interesting, so share
your news with the rest of us! Recently, at a party thrown by Aaron
M. Ackermann, AB’98, in New York, I randomly met up with many Chicago
folks, including Christopher C. Teng, AB’98; David Tse, AB’97; Aryeh
D. Sternberg, AB’97; Sarah M. Levy, AB’99; Frank T. Lin, AB’97; Julia
Grebelsky, AB’98; and Benjamin A. Mord, SB’98. All were hard at work
in the big city and were enjoying the night life. I’m excited to report
another marriage in our class: Alma Limprecht Klein, AB’98, and Joshua
M. Klein, AB’97, were wed at the D.A.C.O.R.-Bacon House in Washington,
DC, back in July. The couple lives in Chicago. Keep the news coming
and don’t be shy! I look forward to hearing from all of you! College
alumni, please send your news to: Elaine Chang, AB’98, 31 Ironwood Drive,
Morris Plains, NJ 07950. Phone: 973/605-8711 (h). E-mail: Elaine.Chang@ey.com.
Other alumni news includes: National-Louis University appointed Stephen
G. Gilmore, MBA’98, associate vice president for advancement. Prior
to this position, he was president of Holy Cross Hospital Foundation
for five years. Michael D. Roub, MBA’98, and his wife, Lisa, announce
the March 4 birth of their first child, Jacob Andrew. He writes, “Mom,
Baby, and Dad are all doing great.” The family lives in San Francisco,
where Michael is an associate with DLJ.