Class Correspondent

After almost 40 years, Greg Binus retired from his job as chief of staff at the Edith Nourse Rogers Memorial Veterans Hospital, in Bedford, Massachusetts. He continues his private practice of psychiatry, which he’s had since 1975, in Newton. Last year, he was named Teacher of the Year at Boston University School of Medicine’s Department of Psychiatry, where he is director of psychotherapy education and clinical professor emeritus. His wife, Gale, is a retired speech and language pathologist. They have three sons, Ari, Yoni and Joshua. Bob Tjoa participated in a local community-theater production of Mary Zimmerman’s “The White Snake.” Stephen Ugelow’s dear wife, Maya, passed away last year. Stephen Wangh lives in Brattleboro, Vermont, but spends his winters with his son, daughter-inlaw and granddaughter, who live in Hong Kong. Stephen writes plays and teaches acting. Phil Wolfson’s second book, “The Ketamine Papers,” which he co-edited, describes the history, research and clinical uses of ketamine. A psychotherapist and psychiatrist, Phil has been working with the substance to relieve depression and trauma. Elizabeth Lapidus Zelvin edited a crime-fiction anthology, “Where Crime Never Sleeps.” The book includes a new story in her decade-long Bruce Kohler mystery series; another story appears in a recent issue of Ellery Queen’s Mystery Magazine. Liz still works with therapy clients online and dotes on granddaughters Katie, 13, and Danica, 10.

Submit a Class Note