Stacey Ballis is president-elect of the Chicago chapter of Les Dames d’Escoffier, an international organization of professional women in the culinary, beverage and hospitality industries. Stacey freelances as a food writer for such outlets as, Plate and Bake From Scratch, and is hard at work on her 11th novel. She and husband Bill are delighted to be living construction- and dust-free in their 1907 greystone after a nearly-five-year renovation project that earned the Logan Square Preservation’s Preservationists of the Year award. The home was recently featured in the Chicago Tribune, and the kitchen has been featured in The Washington Post. Sean Dillon is a managing director and senior portfolio manager at State Street Global Advisors. He lives on Boston’s South Shore with his wife, Heather, and children Katherine, Elizabeth and John, and enjoys running, golfing and fishing. In 2018, William Friedman left the New York office of law firm Sullivan & Cromwell to join the money laundering and asset recovery section of the Criminal Division of the U.S. Department of Justice in Washington, D.C., where he currently resides. Ben Schreiber writes with sad news: In January, his wife of 23 years, Jody “Sadie” Franzen, died from gallbladder cancer.
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