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Sandra Klein
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(310) 720-8626 (310) 273-4372 2250 Coldwater Canyon Beverly Hills, CA 90210
Miriam Klibanow
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mistern@notes.cc.sunysb.edu
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Judy Kobak (Portnoy)
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August 20, 1943 jsharky@umich.edu 6018 Onondaga Road Bethesda MD US 20816 retired Married 2 Bryn Mawr Happily married to my Univ of Michigan boyfriend,Ian, since 1966. Living in DC area since 1970. Since retiring from private school admissions, have been doing art, volunteering and visiting artist son Michael and dancer/film-maker daughter Beth in NY and Europe and wherever else they've been living. So sad to know that Linda Einbinder died. We lived a block apart and had many good times together.
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Paul Koepping
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pkkoepping@aol.com (503) 709-6965 644 Ironwood Terrace Woodburn OR 97071
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June Kohorn (Malary)
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jmalary1@nycap.rr.com (518) 899-2829 68 Blue Spruce Lane Ballston Lake NY 12019
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Mitch Komaiko
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July 16, 1943 komaikom@cshs.org (310) 276-7725 622 N. Sierra Dr. Beverly Hills CA US 90210 Physician Married 2 Bryn Mawr I have been happily married to Judy (Feldman SSHS'62) since 1965. We moved to LA in 1968 after I completed Northwestern Medical School and have lived there with the exception of two years in USAF. We have two children ( Leslee 42, a writer) and Matthew (39, a computer businessman). We are blessed with 4 young grandchildren with whom we spend considerable time.
I continue to work full-time as a radiologist (34 years) at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center and was Director of Resident Training for 15 years. Judy had a successful Interior Design practice for over 30 years. We travel frequently and recently returned from Turkey.
I was a runner for 30 years but now exercise daily in our pool. We have maintained a close friendship with Steve Shuchter who performed with his band at both my 50th and 60th birthday celebrations. Steve and I also play golf together (not at the same level) and have celebrated birthdays, weddings and anniversaries with our spouses.
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Susan Korf (Leavitt)
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susanlynn602@cox.net (602) 266-6823 2313 Lamar Phoenix AZ 85016
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Rosilyn Kossiv (Pomerantz) (See Memorials)
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Bert Kraft
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December 11, 1944 bertramkraft@comcast.net (847) 441-9390 2251 Bracken Lane Northfield, IL 60093 ophthalmologist www.drbkraft.com Married 4 After SSHS I started at Navy Pier and graduated from Coe College in Iowa. I went to U of I for Medical school and did my Ophthalmology training at Michael Reese Hospital.

I spent 2 years in the Army at Fort Knox as director of the eye service - and I must admit we watched the gold very carefullly!

Came back to Chicago and started a private practice in the Loop and the northwest suburban Wheeling/Buffalo Grove area.

I married Lois Lipton (SSHS'63)and we had a daughter who nows lives in Baltimore with my only grand-daughter.

I happily remarried Mary Beth Winter (Bradwell '57) in 1978 and we have 2 daughters. Mary Beth is looking forward to seeing all her Bradwell friends.

I recently sold my Loop practice and I am still practicing Ophthalmology in Buffalo Grove. The commute to Downtown is something I don't miss at all. This is allowing me more time to spend on my golf game and at our other home in Scottsdale.
My hobbies are travelling, Golf and Scuba diving. We have been all over the world: camping in the Amazon jungle, safaring in Africa, gawking at the artworks of St. Petersburg and Paris, inspired by the pyramids of Egypt, the temples of Japan, The Taj Mahal, The Great Wall of China, The Great Barrier Reef and Ayers Rock, The Galapagos and Machu Pichu.

There are many more places that we have been to and I really should be a travel agent!

As you can tell, I have enjoyed my life's experiences and I have no regrets. Although this may sound like an obituary, it really isn't. I am getting ready for the "retirement" adventure hoping to combine part-time work with the new opportunities that will follow.
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Les Kramer
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lynnandles@embarqmail.com (407) 252-4863 633 Riverpark Circle Longwood FL US 32779 Materials Science/Engineering Consultant Married 2 Okeeffe Attended the University of Illinois in Champaign immediately after SSHS and graduated with a BS in Metallurgical Engineering Jan. 1966. After UIUC, I started graduate school and met my wife, Lynn, at Penn State (PSU). We had the same dorm room at different times. In 1968, I received my MS in Metallurgy, Lynn received her BS in Elementary Education, and we got married. In 1971, I received my PhD in Materials Science.

In 1971, Lynn and I moved to Wilmington, Delaware, and I went to work as a materials engineer for the Westinghouse Electric Corp. Steam Turbine Division. We subsequently had 2 kids, Lauren and Todd. who were born in Delaware. In 1983, Westinghouse moved us to Longwood, Florida as part of a corporate relocation.

After 14 years with Westinghouse, I sought a better opportunity with the Lockheed Martin Corporation. In 1999, I became a Director and Chief Technologist. I retired from Lockheed Martin Corp. in February, 2010. Retirement only lasted for two months, and I started a research and engineering consulting company to take up time. I am on several university boards as well as at the Orlando Science Center.
Looking back on my career, it's amazing how good an education that I received at SSHS. Through the years, the basic technical skills that I learned in Mrs. Coleman's biology class, Mr. Wilson's physics class, Mr. Mongerson's chemistry class, and Mr. Sommers mechanical drawing class all were great building blocks. But more surprisingly, the knowledge gained in Dr. Annan's English class on the analysis of literature, Miss Bond's French class vocabulary and grammar, and Music Appreciation Class leading to a lifetime love of classical music has been used throughout my life.
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