Class Correspondent

John Bradford, who lives in the Boston area, has worked for 20 years with people who have developmental disabilities. Chaim Caron has retired and moved to Cleveland. Rabbi Steve Chatinover and his wife, Leah, P’12, announce the engagement of son Jacob ’12 to Julia Snyder. A fall 2018 wedding is planned. Edna Luther enjoyed serving on the 40th Reunion committee and creating the yearbook. Stuart Turkewitz has lived in Olney, Maryland, with his wife, Molly, for 34 years. He practices geriatric medicine. Daughter Julie is a journalist in Denver, covering the Rocky Mountain states for The New York Times; son Noah is an emergency medical technician with the Philadelphia Fire Department; and daughter Ellen is national operations manager at, a broker for corporate catering services. V. Lynn Whitfield’s book “The Party’s Not Over Until God Says So” was named 2017 Book of the Year by the Christian Small Publishers Association. She is working on her third book, “Make Law Your Profession, Not Your Life.” David Wilson became executive director of the Massachusetts State Ethics Commission in February. In this role, he oversees the administration and enforcement of conflict-of-interest and financial disclosure laws, and manages a staff of 24. He had served as the commission’s acting executive director since July 2016. David has been an attorney with the commission for 30 years. Adam Ross ’10, the son of Deborah Zecher, P’10, married Eliya Freund in March in Jerusalem. Rabbi Avram Mlotek ’09 officiated. Many Brandeis alumni attended, including Deborah’s sister, Elaine ’83, and brother, Steven ’80. Deborah writes, “It was very special having one of my children go to Brandeis, and it was so sweet to see so many of his classmates at the wedding.”

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