University of Rochester

Rochester Review
May-June 2009
Vol. 71, No. 5

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River Campus Undergraduate 1980s


Jim Oschmann has been promoted to vice president and general manager of Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corp.’s antenna & video technologies group.


Philip Narotzky ’84S (MBA) married Andi Kornfeld on September 6, 2008. He writes: “The ceremony was held in our home in Manhattan. Our combined families now include my daughter, Lexi (10), and Andi’s son, Asher (4) as well as our Wheaton terrier, Kenzo. Would love to hear from old friends and classmates.” . . . Jeffrey Lyness ’86M (MD), head of the Medical Center’s geriatric psychiatry program, has been elected president of the American Association of Geriatric Psychiatry. . . . Bruce Lampert has been named vice president of sales at Azuki Systems, a mobile communications firm based in Acton, Mass.


Nomi Miron Bergman, the president of Bright House Networks, a provider of high-speed Internet and digital cable and phone service, was named Person of the Year by CED Magazine, a broadband industry publication. CED praised Bergman for her contributions to the industry as a “strategic thought leader.”


Anthony Cotrupe ’88S (MBA) has been named vice president of business development for M.A. Gales & Co., a privately owned company in the energy, environmental, and chemical products manufacturing and service industries. . . . Glenn Stambo writes that he is a vascular and interventional radiologist practicing at the St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center in Tampa, Fla. “I am involved in the latest image-guided cancer therapies, including targeted liver cancer treatments,” he adds. Glenn presented his research in January at the annual International Symposium on Endovascular Therapy, and received a mention in U.S. News & World Report, which covered the symposium.


Richard Slingerland was appointed manager of the Village of Mamaroneck, in Westchester County, N.Y., by the village’s board of trustees in January. . . . Michael Thome writes that he is the coauthor of a comprehensive tutorial and reference book on the programming language LSL, called Scripting Your World: The Official Guide to Second Life Scripting (Sybex).


Marge Mary Best Krizan ’91W (MS) writes that in December 2008 she received her certificate of advanced studies in educational administration from SUNY Brockport. An educator at Charlotte High School in the Rochester City School District, Marge adds that she now meets the New York State requirements to receive her school building leader and school district leader certifications. . . . Eric Cooney has been named president and chief executive officer of Internap Network Services, an Atlanta-based Internet solutions company.


Harry Padua writes that he married Crista Martinez on June 14, 2008, in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, and sends a photo. Front row (from left): Paul Robinson, Dan Shectman, Harry, Crista, and Steve Sellstrom. Back row (from left): Michael Lehrberger ’88, Peter Lymm ’88, and Mun Shieh ’90. Harry adds: “I practice pediatric interventional radiology at Children’s Hospital Boston and am an instructor at Harvard Medical School. My wife is the executive director of Families First Parenting Programs in Cambridge, Mass. We live in Boston.” . . . John Horn has been named partner in charge at the Buffalo law office of Harter Secrest & Emery.