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The 131st Medical Alumni Association Reunion
The Welcome Back Crab Feast
The Baltimore Museum of Industry was again the site of the annual alumni association crab feast on Friday, May 5. Some 300 alumni, students, and guests turned out for the event, featuring great food, music, and plenty of good conversation.
Dina Ismail, ’08, Ellen Goldmark, ’08, Michelle Melo, ’08, and Kathryn Conniff, ’08
Richard, ’61, and Simon Glass, ’66
Former dean John M. Dennis, ’45,
and wife Mary Helen
Daniel Ferrick, ’81, Catharine Becker and husband Stephen, ’81, Mark Lakshmanan, ’81, and wife Shelley, and Carol Marshall, ’76
Davidge Hall Picnic
A number of activities kept alumni moving on Saturday, but for those interested in simply visiting with former classmates,
a complimentary picnic was held on the lawn of Davidge Hall.
Classmates James Castellano, ’56, and Webb Hersperger, ’56 relax in the Gardens during the Saturday picnic at Davidge Hall.
Riding the Ducks
A very popular reunion activity over the past several years is a Baltimore City land and sea tour. Again this year, two 90-minute tours were offered and quickly sold out.
Alumni enjoy the Land & Sea Duck Tour.
Medical Art & History
In addition to marking his 35th reunion as a member of the class of 1971, nephrologist Robert E. Greenspan celebrated the release of his book Medicine: Perspectives in History and Art. Dressed in 18th century physician’s clothing, Greenspan entertained alumni Friday morning with quotes by physicians, nurses, patients, writers, poets, and artists.
Robert E. Greenspan, '71
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