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1975

Glenn W. Mitchell ’67 ScM’69 writes: “Jane and I are restoring an 1860 brick farmhouse in Carlisle, PA, in preparation for my planned retirement at the end of 2012. I am enjoying my role as chief medical officer for Mercy Health in St. Louis, but I am looking forward to fly fishing instead of managing change!”


Robert Starzak ’70 w rites: “ I a m now 32 years at Kaiser Permanente Medical Group as a pediatrician. My wife, Diane, is a pediatric nurse practitioner. One of my twin daughters, Christina, is an associate producer on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, and Amanda is working on her master’s in architectural restoration at the Savannah College of Art and Design.”

 

1977

Joel Shalowitz ’74 was a Fulbright Senior Specialist and Visiting Professor at the Scuola Superiore Sant’Ana/ University of Pisa. This was his third Fulbright award. Joel is a professor at the Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University, and Professor of Preventive Medicine at the Feinberg Medical School, Northwestern University. His wife, Madeleine Shalowitz ’75 MD’78 is on the faculty at the University of Chicago and working on IT strategies as well as health care disparities. Joel and Madeleine have three children, David, Kira, and Llana. If classmates are living in the Chicago area, please let Joel know at j-shalowitz@kellogg. northwestern.edu.

Gregory Bianconi ’74 RES’80 works in family medicine at the Central Maine Medical Center. Gregory writes, “I can’t believe it has been so long … I still enjoy family practice, with the longitudinal care of three, four, and occasionally five generations in a single family. I am blessed with a wonderful marriage of 33 years, three great kids, and five (with one more on the way) grandchildren. My youngest child is just safely back from Afghanistan.”

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