Class Correspondent

Fencer Tim Morehouse rallied from a 12-6 deficit to win the men’s saber competition, 15-14, at the U.S. Championships. It was the first national title for Tim, who won a silver medal at the 2008 Olympic Games. He has also reached agreement with a publisher to write a memoir about lessons learned from his experiences in both fencing and as a teacher with Teach for America.

Carol Allman-Morton has moved to Northampton and is working as a part-time Unitarian Universalist minister in Great Barrington and as a full-time administrative assistant with Amherst College’s Alumni and Parent Programs. Carol worked for nine years as assistant director for the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Brandeis (BOLLI).

Tova Speter was one of 13 young Jewish innovators selected for the pilot class of a social entrepreneurship fellowship sponsored by Combined Jewish Philanthropies of Boston and PresenTense, an Israeli program. Tova, an art therapist, wants to develop a program to team Jewish young adults with residents of underserved areas to create murals.

Rick Maletsky and his wife, Heidi Sachs, welcomed twins, David Sachs and Max Eli, on Feb. 9.

Jennifer (Luftig) Singer and Steve Singer had Aviv Chaim on March 7 in Silver Spring, Md. He joins big sister Ma’ayan, who is 2 years old.

Ariel Chesler and Shannon Berkowsky ’01 had a girl, Lily Diana, on April 29. Writes Ariel, “We named her after my grandmother, Lillian, who helped pay for my Brandeis education. Her Hebrew name is Aviva Chaya, after Shannon’s grandmother Anita.”

Aria Tatelman welcomed a baby boy, Heath Louis Marks.

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