Now Reading
Class Notes

Class Notes

Class Notes

Class Notes is an excellent way for alumni to keep up-to-date with news about the progress of classmates and peers.

Use the Class Notes form to send us information electronically.

To become a Class Notes Correspondent for your class, call the Office of Alumni Engagement, 718.951.5065.

Class Notes, November 2019 to September 2020


Cecile Yasker Kaufman
Class Correspondent
3212 N. Miller Road, Apt. 320
Scottsdale, AZ 85251


Irene Hammer Goldstein
Class Correspondent


Reva Frumkin Biers
Class Correspondent
4631 Ellenita Avenue
Tarzana, CA 91356-4931


Eneas Newman Sloman Arkawy
Class Correspondent
271-10 Grand Central Parkway, Apt. 8G
Floral Park, NY 11005-1209


William D. Isaacson
Class Correspondent
269-10 Grand Central Parkway, Apt. 18Y
Floral Park, NY 11005-1018


Marion Unger Gordon
Class Correspondent
70 East 10th Street, Apt. 9P
New York, NY 10003-5112

Abraham Bunis celebrated his 91st birthday in August 2020. He says that his life has been enriched by Brooklyn College, his U.S. Army service, 46 years working in the food sales field, five years of handyman work, a master’s degree in dispute resolution, 15 years of mediation in the courts, and 15 years of arbitration for the New York Stock Exchange and Financial Industry Regulatory Authority.


Sheila Talmud Raymond
Class Correspondent
3 Lakeside Lane
Bay Shore, NY 11706-8845


Ben Suntag
Class Correspondent
1311 Franklin Lane
Rockaway, NJ 07866-5814

Ethel Jockers (née) Gudanek taught math and computer courses for 30 years at Massapequa High School. She introduced computer courses in the 1970s and wrote two textbooks for the computers the school used.


Marlene (Marcia) Jacoby Hillman
Class Correspondent
255 West 94th Street, Apt. 6Q
New York, NY 10025-6986


Geraldine Miller Markowitz
Class Correspondent
1500 Palisade Avenue, #26C
Fort Lee, NJ 07024


Mike Saluzzi
Class Correspondent
1351 East Mountain Street
Glendale, CA 91207-1837


Micki Goldberg Ginsberg
Class Correspondent
217 E. Maple Avenue
Moorestown, NJ 08057-2011


Sandra Seigel Pikoff
Class Correspondent
4500 Williams Drive #212-320
Georgetown, TX 78633


Richard Weintraub says, “I didn’t write a book. I haven’t been named to any great list of people.” But he did serve nine years in the U.S. Air Force on a combat crew, taught at a university, and ran for local office and won. He is retired and enjoys being a grandparent. Says Weintraub, “It all started when I was 16 and a freshman at Brooklyn College. I had a superb education. Thank you, Brooklyn College.”


Saul Kravitz
Class Correspondent
3382 Kenzo Court
Mountain View, CA 94040


David S. Herskowitz
Class Correspondent
1175 Kildeer Court
Encinitas, CA 92024-1278


Steven J. Nappen
Class Correspondent
38 Troy Hills Road
Whippany, NJ 07981-1315

Elliot Blau, D.O., has been in family practice since 1970 in Scottsdale, Arizona. Before that, he was in the medical corps of the U.S. Army.

Michael Goldberg has retired after teaching, researching, and being a senior academic administrator at the University of British Columbia Sauder School of Business for more than four decades. He continues to serve on boards of directors, particularly with real estate development and investment companies, an area he focused on as an academic. He served three terms as director of the Canada Pension Plan Investment Board (CPPIB) and subsequently was chair of Liberty Living Group Plc, a U.K.-based student housing company wholly owned by CPPIB.


Cliff Rosner
Class Correspondent
111 Blue Willow Drive
Houston, TX 77042-1105

Judith Gordon became a high school mentor teacher in the Los Angeles Unified School District and helped guide the effort to make her school a charter school.

Harriet Shenkman published her book of poetry, The Present Abandoned (Finishing Line Press) in spring 2020.


Jay Orlikoff
Class Correspondent
20 Beaverdale Lane
Stony Brook, NY 11790-2507


Barbara Berman Leveene
Class Correspondent
24 Jubilee Circle
Aberdeen, NJ 07747-1807


Felicia Friedland Weinberg
Class Correspondent
P.O. Box 449
Clarksburg, NJ 08510

Martin Needleman is president of Congregation Beth Jacob Ohev Sholom in the Williamsburg neighborhood of Brooklyn. It is the only non-Hasidic Orthodox shul and the oldest Orthodox congregation in Brooklyn, Queens, and Long Island.


Sharon Weinschel Resen
Class Correspondent
1740 Kimball Street
Brooklyn, NY 11234-4304


Eileen McGinn
Class Correspondent
210 East 15th Street, Apt. 10N
New York, NY 10003-3927


Edward M. Greenspan
Class Correspondent


Barry Silverman
Class Correspondent
176 Stults Lane
East Brunswick, NJ 08816-5815

After a long career as a periodontist, affiliated with Columbia’s College of Dental Medicine, Robert Knepper has retired and taken up oil painting.

Solomon Pinczewski published From Bergen-Belsen to Brooklyn (Amazon) in 2020.


Robert J. Miller
Class Correspondent
494 East 18th Street
Brooklyn, NY 11226


Stanley A. Alexander
Class Correspondent
98 B Charles River Road
Waltham, MA 02453


Stephanie Calmenson published The Best Friend Plan: The Adventures of Allie and Amy, Book 1 (Simon & Schuster/Aladdin Books) in January 2020 and Rockin’ Rockets: The Adventures of Allie and Amy Book 2, co-authored with Joanna Cole (Simon & Schuster) in June 2020


Diane Oeters Vaughn
Class Correspondent
42 Briarwood Drive
Old Saybrook, CT 06475


Rubin Leitner
Class Correspondent
138 East 96th Street
Brooklyn, NY 11212-3534


Henry P. Feintuch
Class Correspondent
33202 Town Green Drive
Elmsford, NY 10523

Squire Patton Boggs partner Larry P. Schiffer won the AIDA Reinsurance and Insurance Arbitration Society’s Dick Kennedy Award. Named after T. Richard Kennedy, founder of ARIAS•U.S., the Dick Kennedy Award is given to an individual whose conduct and initiative have epitomized the objectives of ARIAS. According to the society’s description, “This person has made significant contributions toward the improvement of the arbitration process and by fostering the development of arbitration law and practice as a means of resolving national and international insurance and reinsurance disputes in an efficient, economical, and equitable manner.”


Henry Rasof published Souls in the Garden: Poems About Jewish Spain (Temescal Canyon Press, 2019).


Susan A. Katz
Class Correspondent
120 Pinewood Trail
Trumbull, CT 06611-3313


Anthony Esposito
Class Correspondent
211 Highway 35 N
Mantaloking, NJ 08738-1420

After a 30-year career as a New York City school teacher, Marianna Randazzo has pursued a second venture writing educational and parenting articles for magazines. She also took on the role of education director at the Garibaldi-Meucci Museum in Staten Island and is currently a board commissioner. Her latest book, The Italians of Brooklyn (Arcadia Publishing, 2018), includes photographs taken at Brooklyn College.


Debbie Schiffer-Burke
Class Correspondent


Eileen Sherman Gruber
Class Correspondent
69 Derby Avenue
Greenlawn, NY 11740-2130


Michael Kosik
Class Correspondent

Karen Tenenbaum, Esq., LL.M. (Tax), C.P.A. is the founder and managing partner of Tenenbaum Law, P.C., a tax law firm that focuses its practice on the resolution of IRS and New York State tax controversies. She was a guest on the WCBS 880 Radio Small Business Spotlight with Joe Connolly, discussing how she grew her business and tax law trends. Karen presented at the International Restaurant Show at the Javits Center about New York State Sales Tax Audit and Tax Collection issues.


Peter Huertas
Class Correspondent
5135 Fedora Drive
San Antonio, TX 78242-2427


Ian Lee Brown
Class Correspondent
10090 Lake Vista Court
Parkland, FL 33076


Eric Steinhardt
Class Correspondent
915 East 7th Street, Apt. 1H
Brooklyn, NY 11230-2733


Lauren Korn Popkoff
Class Correspondent
951 Woodoak Drive
Baldwin Harbor, NY 11510-5023


Beth Debra Kallman Werner
Class Correspondent
105 Husson Road
Milford, PA 18337-7156


Tami Sheheri
Class Correspondent
140 Cadman Plaza West, #14E
Brooklyn, NY 11201

Steven Wilamowsky joined Schiff Hardin as a partner in New York City as the firm expands its finance practice group. Wilamowsky will head the firm’s restructuring group, bringing 25 years of experience in complex restructurings and bankruptcy litigation.


Sarah Battaglia
Class Correspondent
P.O. Box 882
Miller Place, NY 11764


Ilene Berkowitz
Class Correspondent
1575 46th Street
Brooklyn, NY 11219-2726


Nathan Solat
Class Correspondent
2793 Lee Place
Bellmore, NY 11710-5003


Diane Abramowitz Rosenberg
Class Correspondent
Rosenberg & Rosenberg, LLP
5 Penn Plaza, 19th Floor
New York, NY 10001

Omar Lizardo is the LeRoy Neiman Term Chair Professor in the Department of Sociology at the University of California, Los Angeles. This position follows a 12-year stint in the Department of Sociology at the University of Notre Dame.


Glenn P. Nocera
Class Correspondent
616 East 4th Street
Brooklyn, NY 11218-4922


David Moskowitz
Class Correspondent
206 Murray Road
Newark, DE 19711-4510


Tatesha Bennett Clark
Class Correspondent
540 East 82nd Street
Brooklyn, NY 11236-3119


Kimy Mandil
Class Correspondent


Yael Abraham Fogel
Class Correspondent
431 Broadway
Lawrence, NY 11559


Miriam Alexander
Class Correspondent
118-03 228th Street
Cambria Heights, NY 11411


Ezra N. Rich
Class Correspondent
309 S. Second Avenue
Highland Park, NJ 08904


Stefanie Low
Class Correspondent
3-A Putnam Avenue
Glen Cove, NY 11542

Matthew Shatzkes has been promoted to partner at law firm Sheppard, Mullin, Richter & Hampton LLP.


Steven Juskowicz
Class Correspondent
1485 East 32nd Street
Brooklyn, NY 11234-3403

Boris Sinayuk, MD, has joined Rhode Island Medical Imaging as a radiologist. A member of the American Board of Radiology, he serves on the Membership Committee of the Society of Abdominal Radiology. Dr. Sinayuk is an assistant professor of diagnostic imaging, clinical educator at the Brown University School of Medicine, and teaches in the Faculty in Diagnostic Radiology Residency Program and the Faculty in Diagnostic Radiology Body Imaging Fellowship at Rhode Island Hospital/Brown University School of Medicine.


Elizabeth Weiss
Class Correspondent

Ayesha Long has been appointed as the director of the middle school (Grades 3 through 5) at City and Country School.


Meghan Richards
Class Correspondent

Scroll To Top