Heffernen W56, Plymouth Meeting, Pa., and his wife, Fay, in September established the Bob Hays Sr.
Tom Silberman W53 in October received the Rosalie Anixter Spirit of Life Award from the Anixter Center (a Chicago human-services agency for people with disabilities) for his advocacy for deaf and hard-of-hearing people., now retired after a 40-year career in advertising and cable television, has published his first book, College-Boy Lieutenant, about a 1950s era graduate who enters the service through ROTC and experiences a different kind of lifestyle as a defense counsel for special courts-martial.
If you enjoy humor and courtroom drama, give it a read ( Dr. Springer D54 writes that in six-and-a-half years of retirement, I have written 250 poems, of which 45 have been printed. My wife, Marcia, and I play bridge, take courses, walk and travel.
He was knighted by Patriarch Athenagoras in 1967 in Constantinople for his service to the Orthodox Church. Lionel Gold GD51 is associate director of the Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery and Dentistry at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital and associate professor at Jefferson Medical College.
Amaranth Roslyn Ehrenhalt FA51 will have some of her very colorful abstractions, oil on canvas, included in the exhibition Abstract Expressionism: Then and Now at the Hofstra University Museum in Hempstead, N. In October he received the 2000 Presidential Achievement Award from the American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons, as an educator and contributor to the specialty literature.
Ted Nace C46, Keith Simmons and Gordon Vink C49.
At Friday nights banquet each man had a chance to tell about his life either at Penn, in the Navy or other experiences: there were lots of laughs and a few tears. Frank Harris USMC (ret.) recited the poem, Toast to the Flag, and then led the group in the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag.Janet Surman Klein Ed51, 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. [I] was on board USS Oklahoma at Pearl, and commanded a destroyer on a radar picket station at Okinawa. Guise V82, was installed last autumn as president of the Pennsylvania Veterinary Medical Association, and this is the first time a son has followed his father as president of this association. Richard was president in 1961-2, and then the Pennsylvania delegate to the American Veterinarian Medical Association for 16 years.There were three additional graduating Classes in 1943, in May, August and October. Navy did not insist on the candidate receiving his degree at the same time as his commission.) The other NROTC Classes involved in this reunion were: February and June 1944, February, June and October 1945, and February 1946.I am in my 35th year of singing bass in the Great Neck (N. I exercise with a trainer twice a week, weight-lifting.