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Kenneth Bello, who spent 22 years at Mintz Levin, founded the law firm of Bello Black & Welsh in Boston. He has two grown children, a son finishing his second year as a Rhodes Scholar at Oxford, and a daughter graduating from Colby College. He has been married for 30 years.

Mark Lippolt of Boston joined Hammond Residential Real Estate as senior vice president–operations. He was recently re-elected board chair of Community Servings, which provides free home-delivered meals to people homebound with AIDS/HIV and other life-threatening illnesses. He also serves on the board of ambassadors for the Home for Little Wanderers and the development committee of the Women’s Lunch Place.

Elisa R. Schindler of New York married Larry Samuel Frankel on Aug. 8 at Temple Emanu-El. The service was followed by a reception at Park Avenue Summer. Elisa works at the Jewish National Fund, where she is national director of the Women’s Campaign for Israel, Doctors for Israel, and special campaigns. She is also vice chair of the Working Group for Social Justice at Stephen Wise Free Synagogue. Her husband was a trading specialist at the New York Stock Exchange and is now a fine art photographer and teacher. Elisa and Larry, who were introduced through a colleague at JNF, live on the Upper West Side with their three dogs.

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