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1943D: Frank M. Shipley of Annapolis reports that he is golfing, playing bridge and reading in his retirement.
1948: Jimmie L. Rhyne of Raleigh, N.C., continues working one day per week after a total right hip replacement in December 2003.
1949: Nathan Schnaper of Baltimore published I Pay You To Listen, Not Talk: A Psychiatrist’s 50-Year Odyssey. Dr. Schnaper continues to work part-time at the Greenebaum Cancer Center at Maryland.


1950: H. H. Bleecker Jr., of San Pedro, Calif., continues working two days each week doing disability evaluations; otherwise he’s playing golf and fly fishing. He is planning to attend the 55th reunion in 2005. Fowler F. White of Torrington, Conn., is working part-time. He would enjoy hearing from classmates.
1953: Jim Might of Canfield, Ohio was honored by the Ohio State Medical Association for 50 years in medicine. He practiced internal medicine in a solo practice since training, and now sees office patients in a group practice.
1959: Charles B. Fletcher of Ventura, Calif., enjoys bicycle riding and traveling, and is doing volunteer work.


1961: David Rosen of San Rafael, Calif., has a new grandson and a new right knee.
1966: William F. Bruther is a member of the board of directors of Care First-Blue Cross/Blue Shield of Maryland. He maintains an active ophthalmology practice in Annapolis.
1967: John W. Gareis of Lancaster, Pa., is retired and doing well. Daughter Jennifer is an actress on The Young and the Restless; daughter Rebecca is a writer, whose latest book Burgers was published by Random House; daughter Donna is a lawyer; son John is a
chef; and son David is in finance in NewYork. David M. Hadden of Fresno, Calif., is devoting his energies to his private pathology practice after retiring from the county. He spent 24 years
(six four-year terms) as coroner, public administrator, public guardian and, for the last six years, health officer.
1969: Stanton Kessler of Signal Mountain, Tenn., is a retired chief of staff of the Medical Examiner’s Office and lecturer in pathology at Harvard Medical School.


1970: Donald H. Hislop of Annapolis, Md., sadly reports that daughter Gabby, age 28, died in July 2003 from non-Hodgkins lymphoma. Walker L. Robinson is head of the division of neurological surgery of the Carle Clinic Association and Carle Foundation Hospital in Urbana, Ill.
1971: Daniel L. Cohen of Fairfax, Va., is assistant dean for student development at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences in Bethesda, Md.
1973: Charles B. Watson of Easton, Conn., strives to meet the needs of
surgical colleagues and patients while competing for limited healthcare dollars in support of surgical, critical care and emergency services at a large community hospital in the Yale network.
1977: Marc Breslar of Encino, Calif., is in his 18th year as teaching faculty in the Kaiser Family Medicine Residency Program in Woodland Hills. Son Noah is a freshman in the pre-med curriculum at the University of California,
San Diego, while daughter Sarah is in high school. Richard Kelmenson of Englewood, Colo., has been operating a private ophthalmology practice in Denver since 1981, and he is a clinical professor of ophthalmology at the University of Colorado. He and wife Diane have a daughter in medical school at the University of Colorado, and another who recently graduated from Northwestern Law School. Richard is an active bicyclist, hiker
and skier. Katherine C. White is a neonatologist at Frederick Memorial Hospital in Frederick, Md. Daughter Elizabeth completed her junior year at Hampshire College; daughter Amy completed her freshman year at Boston University; while daughter Sara completed her first year at Ithaca College.
1979: Bradley S. Bender of Gainesville, Fla., is chief of staff at the North Florida/South Georgia Veterans Health System. Last year the hospital served 106,000 unique patients with 1 million outpatient visits and 10,000 hospitalizations. He reports that his major activity is convincing adults to stop acting like children!


1981: Stephen Ozanne and wife Beverly of Cedar Hill, Tex., married for 26 years, have two children in college at the University of Texas, Austin. Stephen has a solo practice of orthopaedic spine surgery in Dallas.
1983: Mary I. Jumbelic of Syracuse, N.Y., is chief medical examiner and reports that while she enjoys her work, it’s not always as glamorous as the
television series CSI! Barbara C. Williamson is enjoying her private dermatology practice in Laurel, Md., now in her 17th year.
1984: Martin L. Schwartz of Irondale, Ala., reports that son Justin was inducted into Phi Beta Kappa as a junior at Emory University, while sons Adam and Brandon are doing well at the University of Alabama. He and wife Elba celebrate their 25th anniversary this year.
1987: Elizabeth R. Hatcher, MD/PhD of Topeka, Kan., is a fellow of the American Psychiatric Association, and recently completed training in psychoanalysis under the auspices of the Greater Kansas City Psychoanalytic Institute.
1989: Michael O. Duhaney is vice president of Point View Radiology Associates. He lives in Verona, N.J., with wife Djenane and daughters Ariane and Elexis. They are expecting another. Jean M. Naples is serving a two-year research fellowship in tropical medicine at Johns Hopkins after completing a general surgery residency at York Hospital and passing the written general surgery boards.


1991: Jason Dominitz is associate professor in the department of medicine, division of gastroenterology at the University of Washington. He lives in Bellevue with wife Josephine and three daughters.
1993: Teresa Hanyok and husband Herb of Westminster, Md., announce the birth of Josephine, their first, in January. Denis Lin of Bedford, Mass., reports that son Alexander celebrated his first birthday on May 23rd.
1994: Faina V. Caplan of York, Pa., reports that her family has expanded, and she continues trying to balance family and medicine. She adds that
geriatrics is a financial challenge.
Paul Sabundayo and wife Beulah of Baltimore proudly announce the birth of Sophia Pearl, their second, on April 6.
1995: Steven Svoboda and wife Emma of San Antonio, Tex., announce the birth of Georgia Malone, their second, on February 11. Steven is completing the first year of a two-year U.S. Army orthopaedic joint and soft tissue trauma fellowship at the Institute of Surgical Research at Ft. Sam Houston, Tex., and West Point, N.Y.
1997: Greg Berman of Potomac, Md., ran in and completed the New Orleans Mardi Gras Marathon on February 29. David A. Hinkle is an assistant professor in the department of neurology at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine.
1998: David Chiu has enjoyed his return to the Baltimore area, joining the anesthesia group at Anne Arundel Medical Center. Tom and Erika Kenney of Denver have a one-year-old daughter Claire. Erika is back at work part-time in private practice with Wheat Ridge Family Physicians. Tom has entered private practice following completion of a hematology/oncology fellowship. (Photo of daughter Claire)
1999: Elizabeth M. Ciotola of Columbia, Md., is a fellow in neonatology at Georgetown University Hospital, while husband Joseph is in private practice with Orthopaedic Associates of Central Maryland. Sherri L. Passarell-Burden of Goose Creek, S.C., has returned from Kuwait. She was activated in October in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom and spent 100 days in Kuwait providing mental health services to soldiers.


2001: Marcie Wertlieb and husband Scott of Kensington, Md., proudly announce the birth of daughter Zoe Blythe on October 15, 2003.

Faculty
A second print of Governance of Teaching Hospitals: Turmoil at Penn and Hopkins, written by John A. Kastor, MD, will be available soon. The book examines the struggles and resulting changes that occurred at both Johns Hopkins and the University of Pennsylvania in the 1990s. Dr. Kastor, former chairman of the department of medicine, conducted more than 300 interviews in researching his book. The first print sold out in a matter of months. S. Michael Plaut, PhD, is coauthor of Fast Facts—Sexual Dysfunction. Published by Health Press, the book provides an overview of sexual dysfunction, its evaluation and its treatment in both men and women. Dr. Plaut is assistant dean for student affairs.

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