John Liebson

John Liebson, GR68, helped fund and build the Crested Butte (Colorado) Fire Protection District (CBFPD) in 1971 and was appointed its first volunteer fire chief and its first career chief. The district recently celebrated its 50th anniversary. Liebson sent a framed letter to the current chief documenting how the district came about after he “responded to his […]

Deborah Kasdan

Deborah Kasdan, LA68, GR70, published Roll Back the World: A Sister’s Memoir (She Writes Press, October 2023), which was named to Kirkus Review’s Best Indie Books of 2023. The book’s plot centers on Rachel Goodman, who seems to be in glowing health when she returns from a gap year working on a kibbutz in 1963. But three […]

Charles M. “Mel” Gray

Charles M. “Mel” Gray, GR68, GR78, co-author of The Economics of Art and Culture, had its third edition published by Cambridge University Press (September 2023). It features a new co-author, Karol Borowiecki of the University of Southern Denmark, adding a European perspective that extends the book’s global reach. Gray is professor emeritus of business economics in […]

Dennis Bolazina

Dennis Bolazina, AR68, GA70, continues to be involved in the practice of architecture in St. Louis. Coupled with a law degree from Saint Louis University, he has managed a varied consulting practice with clients that include architects, contractors and Fortune 500 companies — the largest a $4.5 billion casino in Las Vegas. For 2024, he […]

William F. Siedhoff

William F. Siedhoff, UC68, SW73, was honored by the St. Louis Crisis Nursery, which dedicated its outreach center as the William F. Siedhoff Family Empowerment Center in honor of Siedhoff’s commitment to the City of St. Louis, the homeless population and children at risk. Siedhoff recently established the William F. Siedhoff Foundation, which provides grants focused on […]

Dwight Stevens

Dwight Stevens, LA68, retired after 27 years as the founding and senior pastor of nondenominational Paramount Church, Palm Beach, Fla. He continues as president of Missions of Mercy, Inc., and has directed 31 medical missions to third-world countries. His most recent trip, in July 2023, was to the Andes Mountains of Ecuador, where he treated […]

Harriet Entin

Harriet Entin, LA68, who specializes in helping clients understand and heal through complex trauma, continues to enjoy her private practice in St. Louis. A longtime teacher of tai chi and meditation, Entin integrates these healing arts with modern psychotherapy. In her free time, she is a devoted gardener and equestrian, and was awarded the Dressage […]

Frederick Scott

Frederick Scott, GA68, retired in December 2020 after 45 years at HBE Corporation, St. Louis, where during his career he worked on some 2,000 health-care, financial and hospitality projects across the country.

Marc J. Sternbaum

Marc J. Sternbaum, LA68, joined the Miami office of Stearns Weaver Miller as of ­counsel in the real estate and affordable housing ­practice groups.

Daniel Freeman

Daniel Freeman, LA68, penned The House Was My Home: My Life on Capitol Hill and Other Tales (Cadmus Publishing, 2020). The book covers the 30 years he spent as majority counsel and parliamentarian in the House of Representatives, where he worked on four impeachments and with three judges and a president. Freeman is a professor […]
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