Marc J. Sternbaum, LA68, joined the Miami office of Stearns Weaver Miller as of counsel in the real estate and affordable housing practice groups.
John Herzing, EN69, GB69, was unanimously elected to the St. Louis Amateur Baseball Hall of Fame, class of 2022, and inducted as an outstanding left-handed pitcher for WashU and for the St. Louis County leagues. Selected three times as a College Athletic Conference All-Star and named the Bear’s Most Valuable Player in 1969, he was drafted by four professional teams, including the St. Louis Cardinals, but didn’t sign with a team.
Fred A. Blumenthal, GR70, GR83, is classical music critic for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
Linda (Waring) Johnson, EN70, SI72, was named professor emeritus at University of Texas Health San Antonio, where she has taught anatomy and neuroscience to medical students for over four decades.
Albert Yuk Keung Ip, EN73, was named an Honorary Fellow and appointed as University Court Member of City University of Hong Kong. He is also an adjunct professor of business and economics at the University of Hong Kong, an adjunct professor of business at the Chinese University of Hong Kong and an audit committee member of Eagle Asset Management.
Alan Curtis, EN75, now retired and living in Walnut Creek, Calif., had a long and successful career in engineering, construction and real estate. He served many years with AT&T, with various construction companies and as management of his own real estate investments.
Warren Ashworth, AR79, wrote his first historical novel, We, the House (Blue Cedar Press, October 2021), with his wife, Susan Kander. The novel is set in the Italianate balloon-framed house that Ashworth’s great-grandfather built in Newton, Kan., in 1878. A professor of design and architectural history at the New York School of Interior Design, Ashworth continues to research American wood-framed domestic architecture.
Gary Feldman, LA79, a shareholder with Boston law firm Davis Malm, was named to the 2021 Massachusetts Super Lawyers list.
David McLain, HS79, was awarded the master designation by the American College of Rheumatology, one of the highest honors bestowed on members who have made outstanding contributions to the field. He originated and continues to be the symposium director of the Congress of Clinical Rheumatology, the second-largest annual rheumatology meeting in the United States. McLain completed training in internal medicine and rheumatology at WashU’s medical school and was on the faculty from 1979–81.
Steven Beer, LA81, LA81, created and is executive producer of “Reading Rainbow Live,” an updated version of the beloved educational show “Reading Rainbow.” Designed to keep children engaged in learning activities during the challenges of COVID-19 quarantines, the virtual events debuted early this year. As a national chair of law firm Lewis Brisbois’ entertainment, media and sports practice, Beer represents industry-leading film, television and music companies.