Class Correspondent

Breast cancer survivor Susan Chase wrote and performed in “Susan’s Undoing” at the Philadelphia Fringe Arts Festival. In the play, she climbs ropes and a ladder blindfolded to demonstrate that cancer is not a death sentence and it’s possible to come back stronger than ever. Farley Frydman’s third child, Benjamin, will graduate this spring from the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University and has accepted a job with Cardinal Health in Columbus, Ohio, as a senior financial analyst. Farley’s daughters and their husbands also live in Columbus. He has one grandchild and two more on the way. Farley has worked at his business in Dayton for 34 years. On Jan. 11, Evan Krame received ordination as a rabbi from the ALEPH Ordination Program. Evan, who will continue to practice law, is also the co-founder of the Jewish Studio, working with David Abramowitz ’87, a cantorial student in the ALEPH Ordination Program. The Jewish Studio provides programming for adults in the Washington, D.C., area. Seth Moldoff celebrated his 28th wedding anniversary with his wife, Donna, at the Stornetta National Monument, in Point Arena, Calif. Catherine Orkin Oskow and her husband, Craig, became grandparents to Ethan Matthew on Nov. 15, 2013. Cathi is happy to report all three of their adult children launched: Kevin is a web designer/marketer in San Diego; Noah teaches English in Japan and has freelance Japanese-English translation and voice-over businesses on the side; and Aviva is a graphic designer in New York City. For the past 12 years, Jeremy Silverfine has practiced law in Boston with Brody, Hardoon, Perkins & Kesten. He earlier served as a prosecutor for nearly 15 years. His daughter, Hannah, attends Clark University and is spending her junior year abroad. His son, Ari, will attend college next year. His wife, Louise, has stuck with him for the past 23 years. He writes, “It was nice to see some of our classmates at last year’s Reunion, but we’re running out of time here, folks, so let’s all make an effort to be there at the next one.”

Let the sunshine in
LET THE SUNSHINE IN: Brandeis alumni, students, family and friends soaked up a day of fun in the sun at the annual Winter Beach Party at Golden Beach Pavilion in North Miami Beach. From left: Host Gil Drozdow ’79, P’12, P’15; Linda Moskowitz Drozdow ’80, P’12, P’15; Jackie Drozdow ’15; Nancy Kempton ’61; Gabrielle Acha ’12; Eric Ansel ’81; Serena Gober ’07, president of the Alumni Club of South Florida; Howard Baikovitz ’85; and Alberto Kriger ’79.
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