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Hey, don’t forget our 20th reunion next June. It would be great to see you all!
After two seasons with ABC television’s The George Lopez Show, John Morey was promoted to producer. He and wife Diana purchased a second home in Rochester, NY, so children Carson, 3, and Sydney, 1, can enjoy the grandparents, uncles, and aunts who still live there. John adds, “It’s also nice to get away from Los Angeles when the TV show is on hiatus.”
Carrie Grady has been in private practice as a criminal defense attorney for six years. She is working for the Federal Public Defenders Office through November, “for a little change of pace.” She plans on attending our 20th reunion in June.
Brandy Gold is a psychotherapist in private practice in Rochester, NY, and authors a column about workplace issues for the West Group publication Human Resources Wire. Three years ago she married Michael Snyder, an old flame with whom she was reunited 18 years after “falling in love at first sight.” Brandy is the mother of 11-year-old twins Sydney and Jacob, and three stepdaughters, ages 20, 18, and 16. She and Michael, a writer, travel frequently to Israel, Bozeman, MT, and Newport Coast, CA.
David Rosenthal directs Kaze Nami Aikido (Wind Wave Aikido), a martial-arts studio in Palm Beach, CA. His students earned two first-place trophies in the Palm Beach Martial Arts Open last year. David is proud of retaining 100 percent of his students, since the average for aikido instructors is 50 percent. A Palm Beach County School District police officer, he is currently assigned to Woodlands Middle School, where son Michael is a 6th-grader. David’s wife, Ina, a Brandeis alumna, teaches intensive math at Jeaga Middle School.
Donna Conklin-King lives in Roseland, NJ, with husband Warren King, a Manhattan real estate broker, and their two boys: Warren III, 4, and Grant, 1. After years of waitressing and arts administration jobs, as well as teaching college-level art (she earned an MFA from Mason Gross), she is trying to make her art profitable by doing glass lampworking. Donna welcomes hearing from classmates at email@example.com.
raduate degree in visual art at Vermont College. She is publishing a book and a Web site on ecological art this fall. Cynthia is program director for a regional arts council that brings artists and performers to rural schools in central New Hampshire. She is married and the mother of two children: Ben, 15, and Emily, 10.
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