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Judith Testa taught a course in early Italian Renaissance art at Northern Illinois University; she also does freelance writing on Italian art and culture. Her biography of a famed pitcher with the New York Giants and Brooklyn Dodgers, Sal Maglie: Baseball’s Demon Barber, was published in 2006. Maglie was famous for giving hitters “close shaves” with his high inside pitches. The book
Pamela Ness, a full-time commercial and residential appraiser, is a member of the board of directors of the South Carolina Professional Appraiser Coalition as well as many other organizations.
Sarah Knight Erlij loves retirement and frequently visits grandchildren in California and Ohio.
Priscilla Soffer Hoffnung’s son is a doctor in a Chicago emergency room. In June he and his wife welcomed Priscilla’s first grandchild, Isaac. Priscilla rowed in the Head of the Charles Regatta
A group photograph submitted by Carole Walter Meador is posted on our class Web site.
I am making good progress in my consulting firm, the Office of Workmen’s Compensation Programs. My lawyer-clients are located in California, Pennsylvania, Ohio, New Jersey, New
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