Tag Archive for 1983

CLASS OF 1983 | 2017 | ISSUE 1

Greetings Class of 1983 and Happy New Year! The good news is I have heard from many of you. The bad news is I only have 800 words. I did my best to edit your replies to include as much as possible. In the arts world, Cheri Weiss, fourth-year cantorial student, released an album, Hineni:…

CLASS OF 1983 | 2016 | ISSUE 3

Here are a few updates from the Class of 1983: Kirsten Wasson has been living in LA for three years, and works at a progressive high school as college counselor and internship coordinator. Her son, Noah, also moved to LA, and is acting and modeling. Kirsten is hiking, swimming, and writing. She traveled to Guatemala…

CLASS OF 1983 | 2016 | ISSUE 2

Hi, All! Global warming or not, it has been a beastly hot Memorial Day weekend in New Jersey. My daughter and I thought we’d escape the heat and took a ride to the Jersey Shore, only to sit shivering on the beach craving a hot cup of coffee. Ah, well. Best laid plans. Here’s what…

CLASS OF 1983 | 2016 | ISSUE 1

Summer is over and the September back-to-school craziness finally subsided. Today I bought some mums and pumpkins to welcome fall. Thankfully, Hurricane Joaquin headed out to sea and all New Jersey had was lots of rain. I hope these class notes find you safe and warm enjoying the next change of seasons. Harry Gural started a new job…

CLASS OF 1983 | 2015 | ISSUE 3

Summer is over and the September back-to-school craziness finally subsided. Today I bought some mums and pumpkins to welcome fall. Thankfully, Hurricane Joaquin headed out to sea and all New Jersey had was lots of rain. I hope these class notes find you safe and warm enjoying the next change of seasons. Harry Gural started a…

CLASS OF 1983 | 2015 | ISSUE 2

Apologies for no class notes this issue. Life is a bit too busy: work, family, school, elderly parents, and summer converged (more like collided!) and as soon as I come up for air I will continue with the class notes. In the mean time, please continue sending your updates and I will compile them all…

CLASS OF 1983 | 2015 | ISSUE 1

I’m sitting here on a Saturday night in early February just after the “winter storm of the century!” LOLs: we only had six inches! I’m listening to sappy Spanish love songs and writing these Class Notes. What can I say, Spanish love songs make me happy and I have no life! Judging from the few…

CLASS OF 1983 | 2014 | ISSUE 3

Summer is over and I’m not sure where it went. Sending sophomores off to college is so much easier and less dramatic than last year. Phew! (Can’t wait till they come home for Thanksgiving.) In the meantime, I just moved to a new home in a quaint little town complete with a river and waterfall…

CLASS OF 1983 | 2014 | ISSUE 2

Greetings, everyone. Sipping coffee at my kitchen table, looking outside at the daffodils and forsythia beginning to open, birds are singing in the background, and there is a pair of cardinals darting about the woods. Gonna spend the day in NYC with an old friend and kids are all doing well freshman year. Life is…