Class of 1964
Serena Domolky reports that she "just moved to magnificent Bowen Island, British Columbia." Her last position was as a medical editor with Harvard School of Public Health's Department of Nutrition. She has four grandchildren.
Alf Erickson sends this update: "During the past five years that I have lived in Bangkok, Thailand, I have sponsored a very unusual--(you'll see why if you look at the site)--elephant polo team. But, from 1994 until 1999, my team (The Screwy Tuskers) played in Nepal . . . then it was an all-female team (save for myself). However, for the past few years, the team has been known as The Screwless Tuskers (for reasons that will be apparent). I am not a player on The Screwless Tuskers. It is the most unusual elephant polo team in the world . . . you will see why if you go to:
Robert Bell writes that after a successful career as the managing partner of the New York City law firm of Bell, Kalnick, Beckman Klee & Green and as the CFO and then Director of International Operations of Globix Corporation, a publicly-owned international ISP, he retired to Florida and a life of golf, tennis and club politics.
In his spare time prior to retirement, he was an Adjunct Professor of Real Estate at New York University where he taught in the graduate division of the Real Estate Institute for 15 years. He was also on the Editorial Board of Real Estate Review, Journal of Real Estate of New York University and, in addition to writing numerous articles, wrote a treatise on real estate joint ventures (published by John Wiley & Sons).
Dick Allen reports: "Our classmate, and my former partner, Ralph C. Sanson, Jr., passed away on December 30, 2003. He is survived by his wife, Janice, two daughters, Becky and Beverly, and a son, David. Becky is a real estate appraiser, Beverly is a doctor, and David is completing his Ph.D. in philosophy at UCLA.
"I am currently of counsel to the law firm of Bachan, Skillicorn & Marinovich, Watsonville, Calif., which firm has recently hired my son, Rob Allen. Rob, after living in Chile for two years and working for the Chilean legislature, attended George Mason Law School, in Arlington, Va., and passed the California bar two years ago. He is enjoying practice in a small town, after working for a litigation firm in San Francisco."