Norman Pressman

Norman Pressman, LA70, LW74, an attorney at Goldstein & Pressman PC, Clayton, Mo., wrote an opinion piece on the Great Resignation that appeared in the St. Louis Business Journal ( In the piece, he suggests a rising-tide-floats-all-boats solution: provide a living wage for all, universal health care and affordable housing.  

George Johannes

George Johannes, AR70, GA73, is a practicing architect and teaches professional practice in the Graduate School of Architecture & Urban Design in the Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts at WashU.

Ron Adair

Ron Adair, FA70, had his illustrated artwork, “America’s Favorite Pastime — The Art of Ron Adair,” on display at Ebsco Fine Art Gallery, Columbiana, Ala., from May-June 2022. The exhibit featured a collection of museum production prints of Adair’s baseball portraits along with the baseball cards they appeared on, as well as several oil paintings […]

Fred A. Blumenthal

Fred A. Blumenthal, GR70, GR83, is classical music critic for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.

Linda (Waring) Johnson

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.

Stan Eisenhammer

Stan Eisenhammer, LA70, a partner with Hodges Loizzi, O’Fallon, Ill., received the Excellence in Pro Bono and Public Interest Service award from the federal judges of the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois and the Chicago Chapter of the Federal Bar Association. Eisenhammer was honored for his work on the 2016 pro […]

Jack Schnettler

Jack Schnettler, EN70, continues his career as a senior transportation engineer with global firm Atkins from his base near Fort Lauderdale, Fla. After a year focused on hobbies, reading and home-improvement projects, he and his wife, Joan, look forward to resuming travel to visit friends and family in and outside St. Louis.

Gary Allen Marmolya

Gary Allen Marmolya, LA70, retired from radiology as chief of computed tomography at an 800-bed hospital, then he worked at a community hospital, followed by being a locum tenens. Marmolya also started a photography publishing business and built a privately held photography collection showing the evolution of landscape photography from the mid-1800s to today.

Gary Feder

Gary Feder, LA70, LW74, GL80, was recently elected to the Clayton, Mo., Board of Aldermen. He will retire from the Husch Blackwell law firm at the end of this year, concluding 48 years of primarily practicing real estate law. An adjunct professor in WashU’s School of Law, Feder will continue teaching a class in commercial real estate law.

“Terry” Richard Koch

“Terry” Richard Koch, LA70, continues his work with the National Lawyers Guild- San Francisco Bay Area. Currently the treasurer of the Bay Area Community Law Foundation, he helped start the legal observer program in 1984 to protect the First Amendment rights of protestors. Koch, who is semiretired, continues to represent severely mentally ill incarcerated individuals.
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