Class Correspondent

As we welcome spring and are inspired by the signs of new life all around us, what are you doing to invigorate your life? In the past year, I took a two-week Christian study tour of Israel that provided a wonderful exploration and further grounding in my faith. David Swirnoff and Merry Firschein ’87 also visited Israel in the fall. Have you undertaken significant travels, changed jobs, started new academic studies or expanded your family? Let me know so we can all be inspired.

Susan Lewis Gage and James Gage are expecting their first child in June. They live in Walpole, Mass., with her stepson, Michael. David Stern was named chief commercial officer at Celmatix, a privately held company focused on maximizing lifelong fertility. He is responsible for developing and executing the company’s market strategy for Polaris, the first analytics platform that allows fertility doctors to optimize treatment recommendations for individuals on the basis of their personal metrics. Previously, David served as executive vice president of global commercial operations at OvaScience.

To the manor
TO THE MANOR: Susan Lewis ’91 married James Gage in October 2013 at Tupper Manor, in Beverly, Mass. Among the alumni in attendance were, from left, Lorin Mitchell Banks ’93, Karen (Bernstein) Brouady ’90, Katie McCormick ’91, Susan, Esther Nelson ’91, Sharon Lichten Barnett ’89, Lauren (Engel) Brenner ’91, Todd Brenner ’93 and Robyn (Binder) Phillips ’91. Not pictured: David and Sue (Press) Fenick, both ’91.
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