reunion 2008
 
 


Message

A Tribute

Recognition Luncheon

Clinicopathological Conference

Annual Crab Feast

Dean's Brunch

Reuion Class Parties

 
 

 
 
2008-09
Medical Alumni Board


Ronald Goldner, ’65
President

Martin I. Passen, ’90
President-Elect

Otha Myles, ’98
Vice President

Nelson H. Goldberg, ’73
Treasurer

Tamara Burgunder, ’00
Secretary

Protagoras Cutchis, ’83
Margaret A. Flowers, ’90
Josh Forman, ’01
Charlotte M.
   Jones-Burton, ’99
Alan R. Malouf, ’85
Joseph P. Martinez, ’98
Jerome Ross, ’60
Elizabeth Tso, ’79
Katherine N. Wex, ’00

Directors

 
A Tribute to our Oldest Living Graduate

Receiving his lifetime achievement award from Dean Reece to a thunderous ovation at pre-commencement convocation on May 16.
Receiving his lifetime achievement award from Dean Reece to a thunderous ovation at pre-commencement convocation on May 16.
 
Paul Schenker

    Something special occurred in spring. Paul Schenker, ’26, joined the medical school for both the reunion and pre-commencement convocation. Last year Maryland celebrated its bicentennial anniversary. One hundred years earlier, in 1907, it was the centennial celebration. Schenker witnessed both. At age 104 (he turned 105 in June), the Baltimore native is Maryland’s oldest living graduate. A retired surgeon, Schenker attended this year’s alumni recognition luncheon, and with family members looking on received a lifetime achievement award from the medical school during the pre-commencement convocation at Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall.


Above: Seated in center with family members during the 133rd Reunion At right: From the 1926 yearbook
Above: Seated in center with family members during the 133rd Reunion
At right: From the 1926 yearbook


 




 

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