Class of 1987: 25th Reunion
The Class of ’87 celebrated our 25th-year reunion with a very enjoyable dinner at the Quinnipiac Club.
Eric Jankelovits is happily living in Stamford, Conn., with his wife, Monica, and their three daughters, Amanda, Lauren and Carly. Eric is still enjoying anesthesiology and has been with the same group for 21 years! Rebecca Kadish attended with her husband, Bob Levine. They are residing in New Hampshire and Rebecca is providing outpatient anesthesia for Dartmouth-Hitchcock in Manchester. In addition to celebrating the 25th-year reunion, Rebecca and Bob just celebrated 30 years of marriage, as well! Their children are graduating college and entering high school. Rebecca enjoys running and hiking and invites any of the class to come visit and enjoy the beauty of New Hampshire! Rebecca also mentioned that she sees classmate Ross Jenkins from time to time, although he could not attend the Reunion. John Keaney attended Reunion with his wife, Donna, and their sons Jake (now a Yale undergraduate) and Christopher. They live in Hingham, Mass., though John works as chief of cardiology in Worcester, Mass. They have a summer home on Cape Cod and extend an open invitation to classmates to visit! (Careful what you wish for!) Amy Justice and Joseph King continue to live in the New Haven area and both are working at the VA Connecticut Healthcare System—Amy in primary care and Joe in neurosurgery. Their 1920’s house is almost fully renovated! Their children, Daniel and Erin, are adolescents and are keeping their parents on their toes … Steve Gaskin attended dinner with his wife, Diane. They live in the Charlotte, N.C., area, where Steve continues to practice emergency room medicine. They have four children: their oldest daughter is doing doctoral studies at Rutgers, next daughter just graduated from Harvard law school, third child is at UNC, and number four is in high school! Mike Gaziano and Anne Cadigan attended dinner. Mike continues to practice in the Harvard hospitals in Boston and reports that he and his oldest daughter, Michaela, recently climbed Mt. Kilamanjaro! He and Anne are preparing to be empty nesters next year when all three of their children will be in college! Mike Solon is happily practicing as a primary care physician in Springfield, Mass. He remains happily married and is enjoying time with his daughter, April, whenever possible. Barry Weinstock attended the reunion with his wife, Jodi, and two sons, Zack (currently at University of Miami) and Andrew, who is in high school. Barry continues to practice interventional cardiology in Orlando, Fla., and is already planning the 30th Reunion with some special help from Amy and Joe!
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