1989 - 15th reunion
The reunion was very disappointing—of a class of more than 100 people, many of whom live in the tri-state area, only three showed up. Besides me, there was Anita Licata (formerly Anita Goodrich), who came down from Vermont, and Dora Wang, who came all the way from New Mexico. It was nice to see Anita and Dora again (they were at the 10th reunion as well).
Anita is married to Tom Licata and is a dermatologist at the University of Vermont. They have two children, Thomas and Isabel. Dora came with her husband, Chris Calott, who is an architect in New Mexico, and their new baby. Dora is a psychiatrist at the University of New Mexico and is writing a book.
As for me, I am a neurologist at the College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia University, where I recently received tenure. I spend about 80 percent of my time in research and 20 percent seeing patients with movement disorders, and have built a research program on the epidemiology, genetics and pathophysiology of tremor disorders. In my spare time, I play the bagpipes with the Kearny Pipe band (we wear the MacBeth kilt), and have recently begun showing some of my artwork (pastels) and had my first solo show in Manhattan in October. I am married (Vinita Seghal, M.D. ’90) and have two children, Devin and Ravi, ages 8 and 6, and we live in Westchester. I would love to hear from old friends. My e-mail is firstname.lastname@example.org.
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