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Rochester Review
July–August 2010
Vol. 72, No. 6

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River Campus Undergraduate: 1970s


Chris Taylor has accepted the position of head of school at the Lowell Whiteman School, an independent school in Steamboat Springs, Colo.


Cary Feldman (see ’01).


Carol Warren Nichols ’75M (MS) is a calligrapher and art instructor at Culver-Stockton College in Canton, Mo. She has created a print reproduction of an original manuscript of the Gospel of Thomas that she wrote in Uncial and Coptic scripts, embellished with 23-karat gold illuminations of Coptic letterforms and accompanied by watercolor illustrations.


Nancy Jacobs Feldman (see ’01).


James Jimenez ’76S (MBA), a business and real estate attorney in Los Angeles, has been named a “Super Lawyer” by Southern California Super Lawyers magazine. The honor is based on peer nominations and professional achievements.


Daniel Wofsey, an attorney in the real estate practice group at the St. Louis firm Armstrong Teasdale, was included in the 2010 edition of Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business. Chambers USA ranks lawyers in practice areas and by region.


Capt. Ken Campbell, retired from the U.S. Naval Reserves, writes that he plans to attend the reunion of NROTC alumni in Washington, D.C., September 24 and 25, and looks forward to seeing classmates Greg Allen, Brian Heagney, Keith Highfill, Chris Thomas, and Mike Wanjon. Ken adds that Cmdr. Sara Zak ’80 is the key contact and welcomes questions and reservations at . . . David Gastel writes that he’s in his third year playing the harmonica, piano, and organ with the Teeny Tucker Band, “playing blues festivals and concerts from Monterey to Toronto to D.C. and even Belgium.” He adds, “I support my music habit and my family by working as a senior manufacturing technology engineer at DuPont in Circleville, Ohio, with my 25-year specialty being the extrusion of polymer films. I am also on the team that is designing and implementing an expansion of an existing Circleville manufacturing facility to produce a polyvinyl fluoride–oriented film that will serve as the critical component of backsheets for photovoltaic modules.” . . . Nancy Lieberman, a Rochester trustee and partner at the law firm Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom, has received a 2010 Burke Award. The highest honor of the Burke Rehabilitation Hospital and Burke Medical Research Institute in White Plains, N.Y., the award honors individuals for work on behalf of people with disabilities.


Maria Arias was appointed a family court judge in New York City and sworn in by Mayor Michael Bloomberg in March.