Class Correspondent

Brandeis lacrosse players Michael Fruhling, Jeffrey Roth, Alex Tepper, Michael Gottlieb ’86, Andrew Gelman ’87, Eric Starr ’87, Rob Eber ’91 and Jordan Keusch ’91 plan to field a team in the masters bracket at the Federation of International Lacrosse World Games next summer in Israel. Perrin and Noyan Gokce welcomed their second child and moved into a new home in Newton, Massachusetts. The Gucci Girls — Mara (Posner) Metzger, Ileen (Epstein) Hattem, Belinda (Krifcher) Lehman and Eva (Pollin) Cowen — got together on April 22 in Rochester, New York, for the bat mitzvah of Mara’s daughter Zoe. Mara writes, “We got our name our senior year because we lived off-campus at the Gucci House.” Reuben Rotman ’87, Heller MA/MMHS’90, is heading the Network of Jewish Human Service Agencies, created by merging the Association of Jewish Family and Children’s Agencies with the International Association of Jewish Vocational Services. He previously served as executive director of Jewish Family Service of MetroWest New Jersey. Rhona Silverbush is excited the first three books in her “Terrific Toddlers” series, co-written by Carol Zeavin, will be released next spring. She continues to coach actors in NYC in performing Shakespeare and works with preteens to prepare them for their b’nai mitzvahs. She is married and a proud mom to a 13-year-old son, and 17- and 21-year-old stepdaughters.

Photo from Metzger bat mitzvah

The Gucci Girls traveled to Rochester, New York, to celebrate the bat mitzvah of Mara (Posner) Metzger’s daughter Zoe. From left: Mara, Ileen (Epstein) Hattem, Belinda (Krifcher) Lehman and Eva (Pollin) Cowen, all ’88. As seniors, they lived together in an off-campus dwelling known as the Gucci House.

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