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C., has been writing the wine column “Drink Globally” for the Lowcountry Weekly, a local lifestyle publication.
He writes, “I had to put my writing skills on hold for about 48 years because I had two careers that were in the way.
Pearlmutter (CAS’44) of Mancos, Colo., was a World War II code breaker.
In addition to the Blood on the Stage volumes, he is also the author of Sanford Katz (CAS’55) of Waban, Mass., is the Darrald and Juliette Libby Professor of Law Emeritus at Boston College Law School, having retired in 2015.
He wrote Family Law in America (Oxford University Press, 2004), now in its second edition.
He and his wife, Maria, celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary in September 2017.
They met while Zinas was attending grad school at BU and married in 1957.
The fictional account is inspired by a screenplay he wrote as a young man. As a young man from Roxbury’s Mission Hill housing project, I attended DGE on the GI Bill (Korean War), and that gave me the education to start a very productive life.
Neil also has master’s degrees in interdisciplinary studies in education and in counseling psychology and a doctorate in public policy. Without BU, none of my own life story would have been possible.” Frederick Ricci (SED’65,’72) of Fort Lauderdale, Fla., a former program professor of education at Nova Southeastern University and a former distinguished professor at Georgetown University, was a recipient of the prestigious Senior Fulbright Specialist Award.
Edwina Lynch (CAS’55) of Pasadena, Calif., published Ghost Out of Vegas (Create Space, 2017). Richard Payne Evans (CFA’58) of North Chelmsford, Mass., published a chapter titled “Fitting In and Standing Out” in a new book, Aging Wisely…Wisdom of Our Elders (Jones & Bartlett, 2017), by Irving I. The book is a compendium of essays by 75 seniors and the professionals who care for them on a wide range of topics about how we age. Kelley (GRS’03) of Somerville, Mass., also published a chapter in the book, titled “Sharing Our Stories: Emotional Comfort for Survivors.” Richard Rowe (STH’58) of Belmont, Mass., is the founder and CEO of Open Learning Exchange (OLE), an organization working to find solutions to securing quality education for disadvantaged youth around the world by focusing on tackling the three most serious barriers to learning: the lack of quality materials, effective teachers, and meaningful connections with the rest of the world.
The organization was selected as a “Solver” from among nearly 500 proposals by judges of the MIT Solve program for its outstanding work.
Fran has a grandson, Jacob, who is working on stem cell therapies.
She lives with many animals on a self-sustaining ranch called Thunderbird Ranch.