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Robyn Tarallo Drainville
Jackie Haberfeld was unable to attend Reunion because she had just started a new job as special counsel to the Hon. Fern Fisher, NYC’s new deputy chief administrative judge. In her role directing the Access to Justice Program, Jackie recruits pro bono attorneys to help unrepresented New Yorkers in their legal struggles. Jackie lives on the Upper West Side with husband Hal, a lawyer for the NBA Players Association, and their daughter Rebecca, 6, who is “totally great.” She encourages classmates to look her up on Facebook.
Ted Bernson now owns seven Gold’s Gyms in New Hampshire and Massachusetts. Son Jared, 13, is an incredible soccer player and plays for the Nashua World Cup Soccer Team. Ted keeps his sanity by making frequent winter getaways to his Tampa condo with fiancé Liza Dube.
Reunion was especially joyful this year for Mary Ann Hoover Gulyas and husband Joe Gulyas: married in Saratoga Springs just weeks after graduation, they marked their 25th wedding anniversary. After several years in Long Island, they returned to the Capital District in 1987. Mary Ann earned a master’s several years ago and now teaches a course she designed on the history of jazz music. Joe continues to maintain his private practice as a chiropractor, operating a wellness facility in Saratoga County, but he also finds time to teach at Empire Education Corporation in Albany. College-age children Melanie and Jay are busy doing their own thing.