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In September he celebrated his 65th birthday at a large party given by his sister, Jeanine Jacobs Goldberg Ed’60 of Los Angeles; among the attendees were Dr. Charlotte Shivvers CW’57 has retired from the active Unitarian Universalist ministry. She has served as interim minister in Omaha, Neb., and Kansas City, Mo., and now lives with her husband, Bob Baker, on the Iowa farm where she was born.Abram Kaplan C’56 M’60 and his wife, Rachel Gold Kaplan CW’62, of Ventnor, N. Besides restoring and caring for that 1882 farm site, Charlotte and Bob visit children and grandchildren in Florida, Seattle, Japan and Southern California. Leonard Abrams GD’59, clinical professor of periodontology at the University’s School of Dental Medicine, was granted honorary membership by the American Academy of Periodontology last September. O’ Malley W’59 was elected chair of the board of trustees of the Curtis Institute of Music in September. founder and chair of the Philadelphia-area law firm of Cozen and O’ Connor, was recently named one of the “ Power 100” by Philadelphia magazine in its annual list of the Philadelphia area’s “mightiest movers and shakers.” Eliot Kenin C’61 writes that he has “finally got a decent-paying job, after 36 years as a low-income full-time musician.” His dixieland jazz band, The Spirit of ’29—“music from the last depression for the next one,” played for all of the San Francisco Giants home games last year and hopes to do the same this year. Howard Pitkow C’62 G’63, professor of physiology at Temple University School of Medicine, co-wrote the new book, Ethics in Academia.

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Janet Surman Klein Ed’51, president of the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission, was recognized as a Distinguished Daughter of Pennsylvania in October for her 25 years work with small community groups and large state and national organizations in historic preservation.

She also serves on the Philadelphia Historical Commission and the Museum Council of Delaware Valley.

1945, Cliff Baumbach C’47, John Kromer, Cal Sandman C’48, Bob Snow Maine’49 and Clark Thompson C’47; Feb.

1946, Chuck Feeny C’49, Dave Jones C’46, Frank Markle WEF’42 W’46, Rev.

Ted Nace C’46, Keith Simmons and Gordon Vink C’49.

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