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page 23: ’65 - ’79

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page 28: mini-mules ’88 - ’93

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page 30: ’01 -’03

page 31: in memoriam

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| ’80 | Al deGuzman has been promoted to associate professor of radiation oncology at the Wake Forest University School of Medicine in Winston-Salem, N.C. He also has been re-appointed to another three-year term as editor of the American Association of Physicists in Medicine’s Newsletter. He’d love to hear from former classmates and old friends. Alan H. Rosenbaum of Peabody, Mass., sends this update: “I am retired after making a barrel of money in the real estate business. Now I coach local school sports and have been seriously bodybuilding for 20 years. At 45 years old, I squat 540 lbs – all my hard work has paid off.”

| ’81 | Susan (Shulman) Johnson continues to act, write and sing in addition to pursuing a career in philanthropy at UCLA, where she is currently senior development writer. She and her husband, Dennis, live in Los Angeles. Susan (Musicant) Shikora writes that she is very proud of her husband, Scott, who is surgical director of the Obesity Consult Center at Tufts-New England Medical Center in Boston. He recently was filmed with Alan Alda for a PBS “Scientific American” program on obesity. At press time, Scott was planning to be installed as president of the American Society for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition, an organization of physicians, pharmacists, dieticians, nurses and medical researchers. Susan is a full-time mom to 14-year-old Jonathan, 11-year-old Katie and 5-year-old Sam.


(L-R) Sammi Singman, Alexa Singman and Olivia Kimless Garber. Sammi, daughter of Rob and Cindy (Kampf) Singman ’83, and Olivia, daughter of Debi Kimless ’83 and Scott Garber ’83, celebrated their 6th birthdays together. The girls are three days apart and have shared a birthday celebration almost every year. The three girls are already best of friends.

| ’84 | Louanne (Wirth) Rozek has been named managing editor of the McGraw-Hill Homeland Security Directory and continues to serve as associate editor of the World Aviation Directory & Aerospace Database. She and her husband rang in the new year in Negril, Jamaica.

| ’85 | Steven E. Gould married Shari Feitlowitz on October 12, 2003. Dave Sander, Jane Buonocore, Carla Marino, Mary Alison Elston, Kai Ihringer ’86, Lisa Wernett and Lou Skrapits ’86 were in attendance. Kathy Koar and Paul Tamke were married in 2002. Kathy gave birth to their son, Michael, in June 2003. Paul is a contractor, and after 15 years in public education, Kathy retired and took a position as assistant professor of veterinary technology at Harcum College. They are currently living in Drexel Hill, Pa., with their two children, and are busy remodeling their home. Kathy spends her free time doing wildlife rehabilitation, and is currently in the process of becoming a licensed wildlife rehabilitator in the state of Pennsylvania.


David Slimmer ’86

| ’86 | Debbie (Scurnick) Block writes that she and her friends recently celebrated their 40th birthdays at Nemo’s Restaurant in South Beach, Miami. Attending the festivities were Cathy Pisaturo, Alex (Gevas) Juliano, Sheryl (Sachs) Brotman, Elisa (Zafrani) Freeman, Alison (Neaves) Keffer, Cynthia Drivas and Lisa (Walting) Elder. Anthony Rosato has worked for six years with AstraZeneca Pharmaceuticals, LP. Promoted last year to district sales manager for the northeast Pennsylvania district, he continues to work in the fields of gastroenterology and cardiovascular specialties. His wife, Beth (Bratina) Rosato, enjoys being a full-time homemaker and soccer mom, as well as doing a great deal of volunteer work at their daughters’ school. Maria turned 11 in March, and Celeste celebrated her sixth birthday in early January. Beth will finish her fourth and final year with the Alumni Association Executive Council in 2005. David Slimmer has been named dean of the College of Science and Mathematics at Lander University in Greenwood, S.C. As a result of a reorganization of Lander’s academic units and academic support offices, David now will oversee the departments of biology, the physical sciences, mathematics and computing, and nursing. An associate professor of physics, David has taught at Lander since 1993, before which he was a physics instructor at Muhlenberg. He and his wife, Maggie, have three children, Megan, Benjamin and Elizabeth. They reside in Greenwood.


Debbie (Scurnick) Block ’86 writes that she and her friends recently celebrated their 40th birthdays at Nemo’s Restaurant in South Beach, Miami. Pictured from left to right: Debbie (Scurnick) Block, Cathy Pisaturo, Alex (Gevas) Juliano, Sheryl (Sachs) Brotman, Elisa (Zafrani) Freeman, Alison (Neaves) Keffer, Cynthia Drivas and Lisa (Walting) Elder (all Class of ’86).

 

 

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