A book co-written by Daniel Altschuler, “The Women of the Moon: Tales of Science, Love, Sorrow and Courage,” was published by Oxford University Press last year. David Baum, who is semiretired, thoroughly enjoys working part time and traveling with his wife of 34 years to all seven continents; upcoming travel plans include two cruises. Their daughter is planning a November destination wedding in Hawaii, which will be presided over by the same rabbi who officiated their wedding nearly 35 years ago. After retiring from a career in international trade law, most recently with L.L. Bean, Paul Linet, P’08, P’10, founded 3i Supportive Housing, which seeks to develop accessible and affordable housing in Maine for adults with physical disabilities. Deborah London Wexler works part time as a health-care risk-management consultant, volunteers as a museum educator at a local Jewish museum and has taken up glassworking. She reports she enjoyed seeing Neal Rechtman when he visited Atlanta, where she lives with her husband, Jack. Deborah and Jack, who have celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary, enjoy traveling to Denver; Washington, D.C.; and Boston to see their four children and four grandchildren. Ruth Mindick, P’01, P’05, reported she was looking forward to the 45th Reunion in June and hoped many classmates would attend. Maria Magdalena Rodriguez has retired after a long government career, working in public communications. She had hoped this milestone would be reached while holding hands with her husband of 40 years, but, sadly, he died eight years ago. She is enjoying having time to travel and write children’s books. Her four children live in New York and Texas.
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