Paula Schneider (Sachs)
FL Retired Widowed 2 Penn and Clinton 3 Some college, helped design custom jewelry for my business. My highlight is raising two great sons, now have two good daughters-in-law and three granddaughters. I like bridge and canasta, and my living community offers classes in arts and crafts and computers. I enjoy both. My biggest passion is shopping for bargains.
Sorry I will not see you, but looking forward to pictures.
Bobbi Schwartzberg (Tompkins)
IL Self-employed/organizing/allergy relief cleaning Married 3 Stewart/Trumbull Ms. Hassell 3 Listen to your inner voice and believe in yourself. After Senn, I went to the University of Illinois for
2-1/2 years and then on to Cook County Medical School of Technology. I became a medical technician and blood chemist. Married Sherwin Jarol in 1964, had two children, divorced after
10-1/2 years. Remarried in 1979 and had one more child. Started my business around 1984 and am still working it!
I have two daughters and one son. I have a dog, named Dakota, who is an Akita and weighs 120 pounds. I walk him three times a day for at least two miles a walk. I love to go dancing and to the theatre, go out with friends. Traveling is also one of my favorite things to do and to spend time with my two granddaughters (age 7) and my grandson (age 8).
IL Attorney/forensic accountant/business & asset evaluator Committed Relationship 2 Goudy Ashland DePaul graduate, BSC degree, Kent College of Law, JD degree. Teacher and instructor. IRS estate and gift tax attorney. Practicing lawyer - managing director of litigation support services for State of Florida's Laventhol & Horwath, Founder and CEO of Benefit and Business Evaluators with offices Nationwide. expert witness testimony on matters of fraud, business and asset valuation, embezzlement and dissapation of assets.
Love to travel and enjoy new experiences and interests; investments, reading, and my family - not necessarily in that order.
Barbara Shapiro (Alexander)
IL clinical social worker ongoodauthority.com Married 3 Peirce Garo 7 I'm much too humble to share all my enormous wisdom. CONDENSED VERSION: It's been a great life (with more to come): wonderful marriage (to Dick Alexander, since 1977); love my family (3 step daughters, 7 grandchildren); friends; great career (Clinical Social Worker-private practice until we moved to Galena, IL; Pres. Illinois Soc for Clinical Social Work; now my own business since 1992: www.ongoodauthority.com); good health. I feel very thankful.
I'm so impressed by the tremendous accomplishments of my classmates. Kudos for the Chicago Public Schools of the 1950s! and Kudos for all of us!
Bonnie Shapiro (Forkosh)
IL marketing & program director for a public library Committed Relationship 2 Jamieson Mrs. Peitch 5 Anyone who keeps the ability to see beauty never grows old. (Kafka) I finished an undergraduate degree at Northwestern, followed by a masters in urban planning from Loyola ten years later. Meanwhile I was married and had two daughters; twenty plus years later their dad and I divorced. For the past 14 years, I’ve had a wonderful partner. He and I have traveled as for south as Antarctica , as far west as Tibet; we’re now making plans to go to Africa.
My career path has been a zigzag--working for the Chicago Police Department, an urban planning consultancy; legislative aide to a state senator and for the past 15 years the genteel confines of the Wilmette Public Library.
My library work consists of creating a community gathering place and promoting adult learning. I put together programs ranging from concerts and theatrical readings to current events discussions and support groups. The work is very gratifying and well-supported, and I have no plans to retire any time soon.
My best gig, however, is being "Grandma Bonnie" to my five grandchildren, ages 18 months through 11. No plans to retire from that either!
Linda Shapiro (Foley)
IL Retired Widowed 3 Stone Elementary Terrance Kennedy 5 Live life to the fullest Got married, raised 3 beautiful children - twin girls and a boy. Had a nice career in the mists. I also have 5 beautiful grand children that I spend a lot of time with.
NY attorney Single Darwin I graduated from Washington University, and stayed there to do graduate work in early modern European legal history. When I was at the point of doing my dissertation, I finally realized that what I loved was the give-and-take of graduate school, and not solitary research. I taught grade school and high school sporadically, while trying to figure out what I really wanted to do when I grew up. During this time, I got married, and then divorced.
So...having already gone west to St. Louis, I next tried going east... to Boston, where my sister Lois had moved. Maybe it was feeling uprooted that made me search for some continuity, and I found it in my attraction to the study of law. I entered Boston University Law School, and felt that I had come home - it seemed not like being in college again, but actually like being in high school! We had assigned lockers and locker-mates, and at the end of every hour a bell rang and the whole section walked together to our next class.
Meanwhile, Lois and her husband Neil had moved to New York for professional reasons. My nephew Alex was born two weeks before I started law school, so I now always have a reminder of how long I’ve been a lawyer. Given the appearance of this wonderful new addition to the family, I suspected that a move to another city was once more in my future.
Indeed, I moved to New York for my first job out of law school, and have lived here ever since. I worked for the Criminal Appeals Bureau of the Legal Aid Society for several years, and then became a court attorney with the New York State court system, where I’ve been for over twenty years. In addition to helping judges set up jury instructions for trials and “ghostwriting” decisions, one of the most rewarding opportunities I’ve had over the past decade is working directly with people drawn into the civil and housing court systems without having a lawyer, helping people decipher the code of what’s going on around them.
One day in court, while waiting for a criminal defendant to be brought in, I began talking to Fred, a probation officer. Fred and I have since been talking and “going together” for about twenty years.
I’ve also become very involved with my synagogue. I’ve served on the Board of Trustees (only occasionally making legal quibbles), chaired the Adult Education Committee, and developed and taught a Hebrew course for adults.
Fred and I are devoted to thoroughbred horse racing - going to the races, not riding horses. I’ve finally found a practical application for all that probability theory we did in algebra - I’m a pretty good handicapper.
I am really looking forward to seeing everyone again.
MD system engineer and mathematician Married 3 Clinton 4 grandsons, 1 granddaughter Measure our success by looking at our children. Attended U of I where I got a B.S. in Aeronautical Engineering and an M.S. and Ph.D. in Mathematics. Met and married Madeline Zoberman (from South Shore) who has two degrees in education from the U of I.Attended U of I where I got a B.S. in Aeronautical Engineering and an M.S. and Ph.D. in Mathematics. I married Madeline Zoberman (from South Shore) in 1965; she has two degrees in education from the U of I.
We have been living in suburban Washngton, DC, for over 40 years. I spent 1.5 years as Asst. Prof, 5 at a Navy lab, 10 working in various companies, 10 in business for myself, and the past 15 years working for a not-for-profit company providing consulting advice on satellite programs. Some day I will retire, I guess.
I have been very activer in our synogogue Men's Club for over 30 years and have been on the synogogue board for 3 terms. Received the FJMC Seaboard Region Blue Yamulke Man of the Year award in Jan 2012. I still play basketball and a few years ago took up golf again.
Our 45th anniversary is 9 days after the reunion. All of our children are married; two live within 1.5 hours from us; the 3rd lives in Seattle (with one grandson). Delighted with our children, their spouses and our grandchildren.
We have been living in suburban Washngton, DC (now in Bethesda MD) since 1970. I spent 1.5 years as Asst. Prof, 5 at a Navy lab, 10 working in various companies, 10 in business for myself, and the past 20 years working for a not-for-profit company providing consulting advice on satellite programs. I retired in 2018.
I have been very active in our synogogue Men's Club for over 40 years and have been on the synogogue board for 3 terms. Received the FJMC Seaboard Region Blue Yamulke Man of the Year award in Jan 2012. I play golf and try to exercise regularly.
We have three children, all married; two live within 40 minutes from us; the 3rd lives in Seattle. Delighted with our children, their spouses and our five grandchildren.
Glorya Shorr (Spero)
IL Retired Teacher/Active Bridge Player Married 3 Clinton Mrs. Collins 3 Every day is a gift! I became an elementary school teacher---got married to Neal, the love of my life, two days after I graduated college. We have been married for 45 wonderful years (46 by the time of the reunion). I taught school for a year and then my eldest was born. I became a full-time mom and I worked in Neal's office when needed. I was involved with Brandeis and was on the Women's Board of Neal's hospital for several years; and was Ball Chair one year for the annual fund-raising gala. After my children were grown and out of the house, several of my friends went to work in retail. I worked for Neiman Marcus for nine years. Tennis, Mah Jongg and golf have been my hobbies over the years; however, my favorite hobby is now Bridge. Neal and I love to travel (we went to Europe on our honeymoon in '64) and we have travelled all over the world (Antartica in January of '09 enabled us to say, "all seven continents")! I am extremely devoted to my kids, their spouses and my three grandchildren. I feel very fortunate to have an incredible family and amazing friends.I can't believe it's been fifty years. I know it's going to be a lot of fun being on the Hospitality Committee. I look forward to greeting you at the Reunion!
TX Retired Widowed 2 Goudy Almost 1 I have two.
The philosophical is from Shakespeare:
… To thine own self be true,
And it must follow, as the night the day,
Thou canst not then be false to any man.
The practical is from my boss's dad:
Never run on the company's time,
Nor crap on your own. U of I 1960-65 BSEE
PIB 1965-67 MSEP
US Army 1967-70
White Sands Missile Range 1970-2007