Class Correspondent

Robert Caputo has been named account executive with the title of vice president at Harvest, an investor network. Robert has more than 25 years of experience in sales, marketing and product management at financial services firms, including Fidelity Investments, Ameriprise Financial and Bank of America/Merrill Lynch. For the past three years, David Greeley has headed up a D.C.-based international-development nonprofit called American International Health Alliance, which seeks to strengthen health systems in developing countries. David’s son Seth recently became a bar mitzvah; his older son, Ethan, is in 10th grade and posts Frisbee trick-shot videos on YouTube. David’s goal is to visit 100 countries by 2020 (he is in the low 90s now). Mike Kimmel has released his third book for young actors, “Monologues for Teens.” He previously published “Acting Scenes for Kids and Tweens,” with a foreword by actress Anita Barone, a companion piece to his 2014 book, “Scenes for Teens,” which includes a foreword by actor Kevin Sorbo. Stuart Rose and wife Jan report they are happy, working too hard and still living in Brookline, Massachusetts. They saw Jon Maren, Mike Eggert, Robin Slapin Malloy and Susan Kline at Jon’s 60th birthday party. Albert Sandler opened an expanded state-of-the-art dental office in Methuen, Massachusetts. His wife, Sarah Finne, is the director of dental Medicaid for the state of New Hampshire. Al is founding president of Friends of Big Island Pond, a charity that financed a successful nonchemical invasive aquatics weeds program, a post he will leave this summer after 10 years. Al is celebrating the end of tuition payments for his three daughters, two of whom are now married. Bonnie Schultz is a freelance writer living in Princeton, New Jersey. She co-authored “Introductory Relational Database Design for Business, With Microsoft Access,” published in October by Wiley. She is married to Jonathan Eckstein, a professor, and is the mother of two boys.
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