Ed Feldstein reports the sad news of the Aug. 9 death of his wife of 58 years, Judy (Rothenberg) Feldstein ’63, of pancreatic cancer. He writes, “Coping with her loss and the resulting loneliness is a process I will be dealing with for the rest of my life. Cherish the moments you have with loved ones. I have wonderful and extensive memories, but her absence is very powerful.” Art Green is rector of Hebrew College’s Rabbinical School, which he founded in 2004. His book “Judaism for the World: Reflections on God, Life and Love” (Yale University Press, 2020) won the 2020 National Jewish Book Award in the Contemporary Jewish Life and Practice category. A poem by Dorothy (Shubow) Nelson will be published in the journal Pangyrus this winter, and she has completed a manuscript titled “The Cheat River: Poems and Other Writings From Northern West Virginia.” Dorothy is a member of the Gloucester (Massachusetts) Writers Center’s advisory board and teaches a writing workshop to military veterans and their families. Sharon (Pucker) Rivo is executive director of the National Center for Jewish Film, located on the Brandeis campus, and lives in Brookline, Massachusetts.
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