Class Correspondent

25th Reunion
June 9-11, 2017

Stacey Ballis’ ninth “foodie” novel, “Wedding Girl,” came out in May. She is already hard at work on her 10th. She and her husband, Bill, who celebrated their fifth wedding anniversary this spring, are halfway through the process of converting their 1907 Chicago graystone three-flat into a single-family home. Home-improvement devotees can follow along with the renovation on Stacey’s blog ( Derek Cohen and his son, Adrian, released Adrian’s second CD this June. His first release, an EP, made it onto three Grammy ballots. Last year, Adrian came out with his first CD of originals, “There Is No Tomorrow.” The songs can be found at Nadine Franz founded APEX Career Services and co-founded Elite Travel Team with her husband, Kevin. Sherri Geller is president of the New England Association for College Admission Counseling. She assumed the presidency in June at the association’s annual meeting and conference. Jeff Peters recently left his position as deputy general counsel at the Biotechnology Industry Organization to join MacroGenics as vice president and deputy general counsel. MacroGenics, based in Rockville, Maryland, is a clinical-stage biotechnology company focused on oncology, autoimmune disorders and infectious diseases. David Tolchin is a civil litigator who represents people killed or seriously injured by vehicles, medical negligence or falls from scaffolds and ladders. He has been with the firm Jaroslawicz & Jaros since 1998. He and his wife, Shira, live in Manhattan with their children, Yadin, 4, and Maya, 1.

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