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Susan Leavitt (Meisel)
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CA teacher/writer/artist www.slm-designs.com Married 2 Boone Mrs. Antoine None - yet When I traveled to California after graduation from Lake Forest College, I never expected to move here. Although I often miss Chicago, I still love living in Los Angeles.

I obtained several degrees/credentials after my B.A. and taught elementary school in the Los Angeles Unified School District for many years. I married twice, divorced once--the second marriage (for 30 years now) to a terrific husband, Bill. We have two great children: a son (28, engaged) and I have a stepson (41, married). My husband and sons are all in the computer science fields.

As an AV coordinator/producer (remember filmstrips?) and writer/editor, I've worked for educational publishers, plus wrote and published a book about my late brother Sam. After holding a few local art exhibits and studying design, I had the privilege of working with a team of architects/interior designers during the design phase for the UCLA Hospital. "Multi-careers" (including wife, mom and stepmom) continue now as a substitute teacher (similar to being a retired teacher) and editor for Bill's newsletter.

Congratulations on celebrating this 50th Senn reunion of so many outstanding people! Thanks to all who organized it.

Senn...50+ years ago! Joyful memories make me sentimental for those days!

Warm regards,
Susan
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Harriet Leff (Kasper)
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FL Graduate Admissions Officer at Florida State University fsu.edu Widowed 4 DeWitt Clinton Rose B. Collins 9 Nothing is engraved in stone. I lived in Highland Park and then in Buffalo Grove. I married Ronald Kasper from Sullivan. We both went to Illinois for some time. He was a builder, professional artist and realtor. We had four children, 3 boys then 1 girl. I followed my career as a Medical Tech for 9 years at Weiss Hosp. and then we moved to Coral Springs, Florida. I raised my kids, they went to Florida State University and when my husband died 13 years ago, I moved to Tallahasse, where my children remained after they graduated. They are extremely successful and all work together.

I have often thought about how I would love to see some of my old friends again.  Now I will have that chance and I can hardly wait. 

Now that we are ALL entering those twilight years, we can look back and see what jerks we were to some of the nicest people.  We were so immature.   Have we grown,  or are we still the same.  We can only hope......

I'm sure you all saved your club jackets right?  Well I would wear mine but I can't remember where I put it but you all can wear yours. 

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Eileen Lerner (Arnstein)
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IL Retired Married 2 Boone Mrs. Levine 4 University of Illinois, Cook County School of Medicine - Medical Tech. Fashion Jewelry Designner and manufacturer. Traveling with kids and grandchildren. Love reading mysteries. My passion is bead-weaving the last ten years.
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Rich Leventhal
WI Retired Married 4 Stephen K. Hayt Ms. Beatrice Antoine 7 The real challenge in life is not to control all we experience but to go through them and stand in life more fully on the other end.
Richard Leventhal
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WI Retired Married 4
I spent 41 years as a psychologist and clinical supervisor (after recieving my doctorate in 1969) in public clinics who served people who were poor and from mlti-generational, multi-problem families. In 1983, I began working with Vietnam Vets who had PTSD. A collegue of mine, also focusing on the phenomena of PTSD, began working with women with PTSD which frequently had it's origins in being terrorized by adults in their family.  In the last few years of my work, I spent a significant amount of time and energy evaluating and advocating for people with severe and persistant mental disorders who had been denyed social security disability one to three or four times. Out of thirteen reevaluations I performed, 12 were finally awarded disabiliy.

In 2010, 2 days before our 50th reunion, I was hospitalized with cancer, Multiple Myeloma. since that time I have had 5 different treatments which were only effective for a while. I am currently being referred to a FDA approved clinical trials protocol.....MM isn't curable right now but I'll settle for continued control of the disease. All of my treatment has been and will be at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN within the Hematology-Oncology Department.

I cannot express how much I feel for my wife, Margaret Mary. She has shared in everything I have gone through these last almost 5 years. The worst of it on my part is losses in executive function, being an unreasonable irksome pain-in- the-ass, very poor balance, loss of visual acuity and chronic pain (8/10). I have 4 compessed vertabrea as a result of the MM.  So....I think I may miss this reunion too.....

Inspite of all this, my journey also includes standing in and striving to stand in life more fully. I rate the quality of my life as 8/10 where 10 is the best it gets.

Have a great reunion!


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Elaine Miffie Levin (Nagorsky)
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IL retired Married 2 Daniel Boone Miss Emalyne Ashland four Friendship is a gift you give Yourself I met three life long friends in High School and Grammar School: Myra Bleiweiss Pompiqn, Susan Pritikin Holleran and Laurel Kay Shefsky of Blessed Memory. Each of them has enriched my life.

After graduating from Senn I spent one year at the University of Wisconsin in Madison and then three years at Roosevelt University. I taught first grade at Stockton School for four years. In 1960 I met Sy Nagorsky, a 1958 graduate of Sullivan High School. We were married in 1964. He is a retired partner in a C.P.A. firm. We are celebrating our 46th Anniversary in June.

We have two children. Our son, Brian Robert, born in 1969, works in Real Estate Development and is married to Marsha, an attorney working at the University of Chicago Law School. Our daughter, Mindy Ellen, born in 1972 an attorney, is married to Ronen Israel. a principal in a Hedge Fund. We have four wonderful grandchildren: five year old Richard Joshua, "Rafi", almost three year old Samuel Avichai Nagorsky, five year old Madeline Yehudit and three year old Ariel David Israel - another baby is on the way.

In 1968 Sy and I made a life changing trip to Israel after which I became involved in the North Boundary group of Hadassah. I was president of the Chicago Chapter of Hadassah from 1992-1995 and currently serve on the National Board of Hadassah. I am also on the board of the American Zionist Movement, Chicago Region, Women's Division State of Israel Bonds and involved in other organizations.

I spend my free time traveling especially to New York where our daughter and her family live, playing Maj Jongg, babysitting, volunteering and just enjoying life.







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Michael Levin
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IL retired attorney Married 5 Stone Garo 4 KISS-- keep it simple, stupid Attended the University of Michigan, AB '64, and the University of Michigan Law School, JD '67. Married Senn alumn, Jane Reinsberg, my second year in law school and was divorced 26 years later. I subsequently married Carol McErlean in 1993, who never heard of Senn. Carol was a partner at a major law firm but retired after our second child was born.

In 1967 with my oldest daughter, Vicki providing a draft exemption, I joined the Chicago law firm of Arnstein, Gluck, Weitzenfeld & Minow. My son, David, wad born in 1969, and my daughter, Betsy, in 1976. I practiced corporate law, corporate finance and securities law when the were only a handful of securities lawyers in Chicago. It was there that I forged a relationship with Sears, Roebuck and Co., becoming their principal outside corporate counsel in my early thirties. In 1981 I left Arnstein--it was rare for lawyers to change firms in those days though it is now commonplace--and founded the Chicago office of Latham & Watkins with some ex-Kirkland and Ellis litigators who had set up their own boutique. Latham was then under 200 lawyers with three Caifornia offices and one in DC. Today the firm has over 2500 lawyers, some 40 offices that span the globe and one of the most powerful international brand names in the legal profession, and I'm pleased to have served Latham as its strategic planner for two 4 year terms. Sears followed me to Latham, and I had a relationship with that client for over 30 years, culminating in my leaving Latham at the beginning of 1996 and serving Sears as Senior Vice President and General Counsel until the summer of 1998 when I left and rejoined Latham where I finished my career, retiring at the end of 2007.

I note with some considerable satisfaction that 15 or 16 people who worked for me at some point in their careers subsequently went on to become general counsels of a wide array of businesses.

Emma was born in 1996 and Maddie in 1998.

Several years ago, Carol and I bought out the interests that some of her family members had in a lake property north of Eagle River WI which her grandfather purchased in 1926, and built a lake vacation cottage that Carol had been dreaming of for many years. All five of my kids like to gather there, as do many of our friends like Dale Barnett Ginsburg and David Ginsburg.

We also like to travel. Since retiring, our family has gone to the Galapagos, Egypt, Israel and Italy, plus frequent trips to NY to see theater, cabaret, three of my grandchildren and, of course, do some shopping. I traveled the world with my older three children with enormous interest and satisfaction. We're trying to squeeze in as much travel as we can with the two younger kids, though school, their camps and time in WI doesn't leave too much time.

Dale Ginsburg talked me into taking alumnae courses at Northwestern which I've been doing with the Ginsburgs fairly regularly the past few years.

Finally, there's golf. I took it up when I retired, incentivized by the fact that its the sport of my wife's youth. I got the bug and it is a compelling hobby, the first I ever had other than travel. I'm glad I waited to tackle it until I retired because I would never have had the time while i was still working.

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Serna Levine (Sheridan)
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IL Retired/Artist Divorced 1 Clinton Hassel/Antoine I have a degree in painting and printmaking from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor and did graduate work at the Art Institute of Chicago. I began my studies in college as an architecture major but after 2 years, I realized I never wanted to build big buildings, I just wanted to make the models and promptly transferred to art school. Thus began my lifelong passion for miniatures.

The first few years after college, I exhibited in several galleries and was accepted into a group show of local artists at the Art Institute of Chicago. After retirement, I began studying botanical art and received my Certificate of Merit from the Chicago Botanic Garden in 2007. I also have a miniature business, Little Lodgings, where I have been teaching and selling at shows for the past 25 years. My paintings and miniatures have been exhibited and sold nationally and internationally.

I currently live in Glencoe. I have one daughter who is married and lives in the city with her husband, 2 dogs and 4 cats.
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Barbara Levinson (Silverman)
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IL Trade Show Director, Freelance Business Writer Married 2 Clinton Terrence Kennedy 6 "Everyone is entitled to his own opinion, but not his own facts." (Former Sen. Daniel Patrick Moynihan) After earning a degree in political science and public administration, I've worked my entire career in the private sector. As VP of PEMCO, a subsidiary of ABC/Disney, I produced and directed trade shows serving industries ranging from public transit to computer systems and several segments of manufacturing. On the way to retirement, I'm a freelance business writer (Forum editing was good training!) focusing on web site content and marketing materials for small and mid-size organizations. David and I have been married for 46 years and particularly love being grandparents. We travel to Maine often to spend time with our daughter and her family. Our son and his family live in the Chicago area so the trip is much shorter and more frequent. Every day we savor life, our wonderful family and good friends.
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Barbara (Bobbi) Lipton (Pinkert)
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IL Docent Divorced 2 Goudy T. Kennedy 4 That which doesn't kill us makes us stronger Started at Washington University, St. Louis, but graduated from Roosevelt University with a degree in History. Taught High School and spent some time in Journalism (thank you Senn News and Quill and Scroll). Retired from my third career in Bank Marketing five years ago and was last seen leading tours as a Docent for the Chicago Architecture Foundation. Now I'm a certified "archiholic". Love travel, grandkids and learning.
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