Bob Henn (see ’72). . . . Ellen Block (see ’72). . . . John Rayson (see ’99).
Paul Tasca writes: “A group of us from the 1970s gets together every fall for a fun weekend in New York City. Pictured are (seated) Jane Preston Henn and Bob Henn ’71; and (standing) Merle Winn ’73, Ken McCasland ’73, ’76S (MBA), Joyce McCasland, Ellen Block ’71, Paul, Amy Ogden ’73, and Bob Amendolara ’75, ’81S (MBA).
Jane Marinsky, a Buffalo artist and professor of art at Daemen College, has collaborated with her daughter, Leah Sharpe, in producing a new version of the Italian folktale, The Goat-Faced Girl. Jane’s oil paintings accompany Leah’s text in the book, which was published by David Godine. . . . Merle Winn (see ’72). . . . Ken McCasland ’76S (MBA) (see ’72). . . . Amy Ogden (see ’72).
Barry Yarkoni writes that he has been named the CEO of Vinomis Laboratories, a maker of dietary supplements, and that he and Nancy Friedman Yarkoni ’76 have welcomed their sixth grandchild.
Cliff Meltzer ’77 (MS) has been appointed corporate senior vice president and general manager of the service assurance unit of CA, an information technology management software company based on Long Island, N.Y. . . . Bob Amendolara ’81S (MBA) (see ’72).
Nancy Friedman Yarkoni (see ’74).
Eric Rubenstein, a partner in the real estate development department of the law firm Ruskin Moscou Faltischek, has been selected as one of “50 Around 50” business and civic leaders by Long Island Business News.
Paula Redlinski Holbig (see ’05).