Class Correspondent

Judy Heiman married longtime partner Martha Moon in September 2013. After 24 happy years together and good news from the Supreme Court that summer, they decided the moment had arrived. Nancy Facher ’84 officiated at an intimate ceremony in San Diego attended by family and close friends. Nancy’s husband, Glenn Wolkenfeld ’83, and their daughter, Shira, were part of the celebration. Spencer Feldman joined New York-based Olshan Frome Wolosky as a member of the firm’s corporate/securities law practice. He had been a partner at Greenberg Traurig. Evan Willette was named CFO of Independent Living Systems, a fast-growing health-care company. Meryl Rosenberg won the Sondra D. Bender Community Leadership Award from Jewish Women International. She is an attorney and director of ARTparenting, a program devoted to arrangements and all legal aspects of surrogacy, egg donation, embryo donation and other matters involving assisted reproductive technologies (ART), as well as stepparent and second-parent adoptions. Jon Parritz was elected to the board of directors for Sholom Community Alliance, a not-for-profit organization in St. Paul, Minn., which provides residential, social and health-care services, primarily for older adults, within a Jewish environment. Jon is a partner at the law firm Maslon Edelman Borman & Brand. Teta Moehs left Leipzig, Germany, for training at the Foreign Service Institute in Arlington, Va. In June 2015, she will move with her spouse, Bill, to a new posting at the U.S. Embassy in Conakry, Guinea. Su J. Sokol’s debut interstitial novel, “Cycling to Asylum,” was published in spring 2014. Su worked as a legal services lawyer in New York City until 2004, when she moved to Montréal. She now works as a social-rights advocate at Project Genesis while pursuing her lifelong dream of writing.

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