Adele Gluck Levine, P’79, has returned to St. Louis after teaching stints in New York and Massachusetts. Now retired, she attends lifelong-learning classes through Washington University, goes to the gym, visits cultural venues and participates in book groups. Sherwood Gorbach and his wife, Judith Lack Gorbach ’58, moved from Boston to Los Angeles to be near their daughter and her family, including 11-year-old twins. Sherwood is a member of his retirement community’s residents council, produces a monthly lecture series and sings in an opera chorus. He also teaches medical students at UCLA. In 2018, Vivian Marks and husband Jerry moved from Canton, Massachusetts, to West Hartford, Connecticut, to be closer to two of their three daughters. They are proud great-grandparents of 2-year-old Ava and 5-month-old Leah. Elaine Ostroff, P’80, G’13, is grateful for a prized memory: former First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt’s visit to Roosevelt House, which was a co-op dorm on South Street. Elaine, who cooked that evening, made rolled cabbage. She remembers Roosevelt as “so gracious.” The visit is commemorated by a photo in the class yearbook. Saul Wolfe works full time at the law firm he co-founded in 1961, now owned by his twin sons. His long career has included a nearly 20-year stint as trustee and president of the New Jersey State Bar Foundation, and he has been a member of the American Bar Association’s policymaking body, the House of Delegates, for 30 years. Saul, who has lectured extensively in the United States and Canada, advocates for better representation of women and minorities in the field of law. He and wife Roberta have three children, and nine grandchildren between the ages of 3 and 15. He says he feels deep emotional ties to Brandeis and knows he learned valuable life lessons there.
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