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James Weaver
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December 21, 1942 jpweaver@duke.edu (919) 620-5750 2102 Bahama Rd. Bahama NC US 27503 Physician, Surgeon, Retired mychasecuts.blogspot.com Married 2 Horace Mann I attending Harvard College, and went on to the University of Pennsylvania where I met Anne. We married in 1967, and have two children, Bill and Sarah. We lived in Cleveland for 10 years, and I finished a residency in General Surgery. Moved south in 1981, and finished two more years of residency in Cardiothoracic Surgery. We have lived in Durham since 1983, and I retired from practice in January 2011. I practiced thoracic and vascular surgery until them. What a full life! We all grew up in a dreamland. South Shore was a special place where we had the opportunity to gain the confidence and courage to head into the future. We were very fortunate.
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Edgar Weber
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Marvin Weinstein
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marvIn@inservices.com Married Bryn Mawr After South Shore High School, I received my BS in pharmacy and MS in Pharmaceutical Sciences at the University of Illinois at Chicago. I practiced community pharmacy on 87th and Bennett and in Hyde Park. Then I joined the faculty of the University Of Illinois College Of Pharmacy and was responsible for the college’s continuing education program. I taught pharmacy practice courses as well as courses on the history of pharmacy. I was also involved in hypertension management in community pharmacy settings. While on the faculty, I did advanced graduate work in Adult and Continuing Education at the U of I College of Education in Urbana.

I am currently the President of Pharmacy Institute a continuing education provider. And, I am the CEO of High Style Interactive a web design and development company that creates web based applications for educators, organizations and businesses. Like some of my classmates, my family attended The South Side Hebrew Congregation at 74th and Chappel. Today, the congregation is known as Central Synagogue of Chicago, The South Side Hebrew Congregation and it is located at Water Tower Place and I am the President.

South Shore was a wonderful community to grow up in. It had the best chocolate chip ice cream in the world at Mitchells (which you can still get and it’s exactly the same at the Mitchells located on Wells at Ontario,) South Shore had religious diversity with its mix of catholic, protestant and other churches, synagogues of every Jewish denomination and kosher meat markets. When I was growing up in South Shore I thought that I would be living there for the rest of my life and I didn’t know everyone was going to leave. I continued to live in South Shore until 1992. Unfortunately, very complex socioeconomic factors interplayed resulting in the fact that our generation did not produce another generation to follow us in South Shore.

I got married in 1992 and we moved close enough to Wrigley field to see into the stands, but I never set foot in the place as a life long White Sox fan. Today, my wife and I live on the northwest side, but I still consider myself a SouthSider. We both love Chicago and we plan to stay here. Sometimes, when I drive north on Pulaski I can’t figure out how I ever wound up in what seems like the other end of the world from South Shore. But, many of you live a lot farther away then I do from our old neighborhood.

What we all share is the fact that we lived and learned in the same space 5 days a week for 4 years, and for some of us it goes back another 8 years at Bryn Mawr. Although it was a small part of our lives, from a developmental standpoint those were important years. A few years ago I attended my wife’s high school reunion in Amarillo Texas and I found it fascinating. So, I am looking forward to learning how my cohort group spend the last half century. I guess I have a warped sense of time, because it doesn’t seem possible that it could be that long ago.
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Warren Weisberg
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Barry Weiss
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barbieweiss@yahoo.com (312) 316-1975 (312) 641-1975 1142 Sheridan Road Highland Park, IL 60035
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Michael Weiss
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roxie wenk (Evans)
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December 22, 1943 zaprocks@yahoo.com 972 Capitola Dr. 78663 Sunrise Moutain View/Palm Desert, CA 92211 Napa, CA 94559 CA US 94559 Supervising Producer/retired Committed Relationship Had a super college life University of Missouri & Geo. Washington Univ. in DC
Great life in show biz in Chicago, Atlanta, GA and LA
Wonderful marriage to a super man who unfortunately died too young. In a marvelous relationship with a terrific man for the past 9 years..very fortunate!!
High school seems like a long time ago but still keep in touch with the core of people who were my friends way back when. Wishing you all a wonderful 50th & good thoughts heading your way for the weekend in August, 2011.
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Henry Wertheimer
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