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Robert Bitters
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aokparking@live.com (414) 305-5143 3465 S. 81st St. Milwaukee, WI 53219
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Dennis Black
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May 29, 1944 dblack@mesirowfinancial.com (312) 595-8524 (847) 945-9404 771 Carriage Way Deerfield IL US 60015 Attorney www.mesirowfinancial.com Married 2 Cornell, AB, '65; Harvard JD, '68; married Joyce (Ostroff) from Buffalo, NY, '66; moved back to Chicago '68; Adam born '69; Brian born '72; clerked 7th Circuit Court of Appeals '68-'69; practiced corporate law with Hopkins Sutter '69-'78, became a partner; left to form my own firm of 5 attorneys (Goldberg, Kohn, Bell, Black et al.)in '78, and helped grow the firm to 95 attorneys by '08; went in-house as General Counsel of my largest client, Mesirow Financial, in '09; now serving as Senior Advisor to the Chairman, working three days a week and loving it; I have have taken up drawing again, which has been a love of mine since childhood; Adam is head of an emergency medicine department at a hospital in Chicago, married to Stephanie (Goldstein), also a physician, in '95, two sons, Aidan '03 and Aaron '07; Brian is an investment manager in Chicago, founder an d co-owner of Half Acre Beer Co. in Chicago, married to Heiji (Choy), a fashion consultant, in '05, two sons, Cyrus '07 and Sebastian '09 and daughter Thea '13. Joyce continues to teach French to adults. We travel a fair amount, but no second home because our kids live in Chicago. I have chronic bruised ribs from Joyce elbowing me to say, "Do you know how lucky we are to have our kids here?" I do know. We live very much in the present and for our growing family's future, but I look forward to reconnecting with many old friends from SSHS. Please plan to come in.
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Judith Blasier
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Marty Bloom
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mlbloom@sbcglobal.net (925) 518-3985 (925) 518-3985 1145 Glengarry Dr. Walnut Creek CA US 94596 Internet Marketing Consultant www.zenergyworks.com Married Bryn Mawr Happily married to Adrienne Bloom (Adrienne Miller of Chicago)with 2 wonderful Golden Retrieves. My sister, Georgette lives in Lake Forest, IL, and my mom and brother, Dr. Stuart Bloom & family in Laguna Beach.

Graduated from Roosevelt University Class of '65. Worked for Computer Sciences Corporation, then Xerox.

I retired from Xerox Corporation after 33 years having served as their National Manager of Education & Learning and as their Manager of Human Resources & Quality. I also participated in the American Society For Training & Development (ASTD) and served as Leader of their Professional Practices Area and on their Executive Committee. I became Director of their Instruction Technology PPA.

I am active as a consultant for a Joint Venture between New Generation Media and Zenergy Internet Marketing, called Zenergy Works. I am currently Director of Membership for the Automotive Services Councils of CA. I have also represented the National & California Restaurant Association as their membership agent.
Got in shape thanks to the US Marine Corp as a Forward Air Controller in 1967.

While with Xerox, moved to Northern Virgina to manage their International Center for Training & Management Development. Lived for 10 Years in Redondo Beach CA, then the Washington DC area and now in the San Francisco Bay Area.
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nick Bobis
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July 06, 1944 bobisnp@sbcglobal.net (708) 444-8462 6557 pine lake drive tinley park IL US 60477 retired educator Divorced 3 Koraes Speaking before the Congress of the United States, Recognized for an American Teacher Award, and had my name under a photo of Harry Smith, co-host of "CBS This Morning" show in all the national newspapers in conjunction with those Awards. I was part of a display at the Museum of Science and Industry in their salute to "Real-Life Superhereos". One of 28 local heroes and recognized for creating the Challenger division of Little League Baseball for the disabled and handicapped as part mytenure as President of South Holland Little League. Took a team from South Holland Little League to Williamsport, Pa. to participate as one of the eight teams in the universe in the Little League World Series.
Thirty eight highly successful years as an educator as a high school guidance counselor. Coach of many State Championship Individual Event Speech Teams as well as individual champions and national speech tournament qualifiers.
Father of three wonderful children and two grandchildren.
Was flown to New York to appear on the "Early Show" to suprize news anchor Harry Smith for a feature about the 1969 prom at Thornton Fractional South High when I was his teacher and remembered by him as "one who believed in him before he believed in himself, and as a teacher who had most positively influenced his life."(May 6, 2008)
I don't have many fond memories of my high school experience as most all the student there 1957-1961 were very clannish, and not accepting of someone who was not Jewish.
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Alice (Alyse) Booth
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abooth94@gmail.com (917) 648-1382 (718) 643-4877 66 Orange St Brooklyn NY 11201 Public Relations Married Ray How do you summarize fifty years? I attended Washington U in St. Louis for two years, transferred to Berkeley where I witnessed the Free Speech Movement and Joan Baez singing “We Shall Overcome” on the steps of Sproul Hall, and graduated in Political Science and Spanish. I returned to Chicago and married Steve Gaber, who I had met at Washington U. After a year as an editorial assistant to Mike Royko at the Chicago Daily News, I moved on to reporter at the Lerner Newspapers. Following the 1968 Democratic Convention, I wrote the first editorial ever published in the Lerner Newspapers criticizing Mayor Daley. Two years later, I divorced and spent a year in Europe and Israel writing articles for newspapers and magazines. When I returned, I moved to Washington, D.C. to pursue a career in politics and journalism. There I served as communications director of several organizations, as Press Secretary to Senator Paul Tsongas (D-MA) and wrote a book about women and politics.

In 1984 I was bored with the one dimensionality of life in DC and itching for big city life again, so I moved to New York City, a single woman of 40. For several years, I ran my own public relations firm. In 1994, I was hired as Vice President of Communications at The National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse at Columbia University (CASA), a think tank founded by former HEW Secretary, Joseph A. Califano, Jr. Here I produced high profile national surveys of teens and drugs which were carried by the media around the country and cited in speeches by President Clinton, Speaker Gingrich and by First Lady Hillary Clinton in her book, “It Takes a Village.”

While at CASA, I bought an apartment in Brooklyn Heights and met Steve Lefkowitz, the second Steve I would marry. (See ladies, it is never too late. I was one month shy of 53 when I met Steve.) We were married two years later and I became step mom to Steve’s lovely daughter Laurie (who is now 33 and married with her own step daughter so I have a step-step granddaughter). Steve and I have traveled widely together and recently celebrated our 12th anniversary at our weekend house in the Berkshires.

However, the past few years have been challenging. Out of nowhere – in October 2008 -- I was diagnosed with Severe Aplastic Anemia -- a rare and life threatening bone marrow failure disease. Over the past two-and a-half years, I have been treated twice -- first at New York Presbyterian Hospital and again, at the National Institutes of Health (a miraculous place) where I spent 12 days last August participating in a clinical trial of a new drug.

For many months pre- and post- treatment, our lives were turned upside down by the weekly blood and platelet transfusions I required and by my compromised immune system. Thankfully, I am now in remission and no longer need transfusions. We are able to travel again and just returned from a great trip to Berlin and Prague. Like many people who have been through a major illness, this experience has made me more appreciative of every day that I am alive and deeply grateful for the love and support I receive from my amazing husband, family and friends.






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John Borland
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