1973 - 35th Reunion
Among those who made the pilgrimage were Marv Chassinand wife Barbara, now in Phoenix, where Marvpractices oncology. Marvin Milleris the class geneticist; he came from Dayton, Ohio, with wife and children. Sesh Coleand wife Pat came from St. Louis, where Seshis in pediatrics at Washington University. They left the next day for Dartmouth’s graduation.John Brown has retired from his surgical practice in Vancouver, Washington, and spends time in Mexico and Florida; he noted that John Jr. has presented him with grandchildren. Chris (Kull) Walsh arrived from New York with husband Sean. Chrisis a pediatric cardiologist at Einstein and has a daughter in her own training program. Harry Romanowitzand wife Sheila drove up from Stamford, Conn., where Harrypractices pediatrics. Doug Maddoxand wife Kathryn flew in from Atlanta, where Dougis ENT chair at Emory.
On Saturday, Joe Eichenbaum, who practices ophthalmology at Mt. Sinai, and wife Ingrid joined us. Randy Zusmancame from Boston; he has been at Mass. General since graduation.Tom Sweeneyand Jim Sullivanwere both in attendance, representing surgery and medicine in the New Haven community. Rick Youngattended, fresh from his third tour of duty in Iraq. Rickis a pediatric neurologist and chair of pediatrics at the Hospital of Saint Raphael in New Haven. Neil Handelattended by phone, unable to make it from Los Angeles where he is a plastic surgeon and the proud father of three young children. I am a gastroenterologist in Dallas, run a colon cancer research laboratory, and still work on my medical school thesis.
We swapped tales about family and professional activities, tried to exchange information about those who weren’t there, and made up what we didn’t know for certain. We have produced two deans (Lee Goldmanat Columbia and Dave Baileyat UC Irvine); several department chairs (George Listerin pediatrics at Southwestern Medical Center, Bob Buchholz, who just stepped down from orthopaedics at Southwestern, Jerry Rosenbaumin psychiatry at Mass. General, and probably more); and many division chiefs and other academic leaders. We look forward to seeing more of you at future reunions.
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