Joseph Stahl

Joseph Stahl, GB78, published Faces of Union Soldiers at Culp’s Hill: Gettyburg’s Critical Defense (Arcadia Publishing, July 2023), the latest book in his Faces of Union Soldiers series.

Joan Saniuk

Joan Saniuk, SI78, retired after 25 years of active ministry in the Metropolitan Community Churches in Hendersonville, North Carolina. She continues to volunteer with PFLAG (Parents and Friends of LGBTQ+ Folks) in Hendersonville.

Jay Heller

Jay Heller, LA78, an attorney for more than 40 years, published a second novel, The Man Who Could Fly(Xlibris US,February 2022), almost 11 years after he wrote The Last Man. Heller and his wife of almost 40 years enjoy their three married kids and five grandchildren in Chicagoland.

Tamar Abrams

Tamar Abrams, LA78, is leaving Washington, D.C., after 43 years and moving to Rhode Island so she can awaken to the sounds and smells of the ocean rather than the cacophony of the nation’s capital. Though semiretired, she still writes magazine articles and works a few days each week for a USAID project. Abrams’ daughter, […]

Nina (Gilden) Seavey

Nina (Gilden) Seavey, LA78, an Emmy award-winning documentarian, is the host of the eight-part podcast “My Fugitive,” which recounts the long-ripple effect of the May 5, 1970, burning of the Washington University ROTC building. Seavey’s father, longtime civil rights attorney Louis Gilden, was the attorney for Howard Mechanic, one of the students arrested and sentenced […]

Daniel Lamaute

Daniel Lamaute, GB78, was named to the board of directors of Pathfinder International, a sexual and reproductive health and rights organization. An entrepreneur, he founded Lamaute Capital. Recently, Lamaute served as a Fulbright specialist in South Korea, providing strategic direction to Solbridge International School of Business Center for Entrepreneurship, and as an independent consultant advising […]

Ira Spector

Ira Spector, EN78, EN78, is co-founder and CEO of SFA Therapeutics, a development-stage biopharmaceutical startup focused on a new advancement — the use of microbiome-derived metabolites as drugs — in the treatment of chronic inflammatory disease. Spector and his wife, Donna, frequently visit his daughter and grandchildren in St. Louis.

Greg R. Scott

Greg R. Scott, SW78, retired after 30 years as professor and program director of social work at Kuyper College in Grand Rapids, Mich. Scott was instrumental in starting the first school of social work in Liberia and taught international social work in the Dominican Republic. He moved to Bethlehem, Pa., to be near his grandchildren.

Janet (Loft) Reinhardt

Janet (Loft) Reinhardt, BU78, for decades has volunteered to fulfill her passions for advancing women in society, disease research and church missions. She relocated to Nashville, Tenn., with an array of devoted Kappa Gamma sorority friends who share her penchant for needlework. 

Rick Eisen

Rick Eisen, LA78, a founding member of Growe Eisen Karlen Eilerts LLC in Clayton, Mo., for the past several years was named to the Super Lawyers Missouri and Best Lawyers in America directories in the area of family law. He and his wife, Marci, live in University City, Mo., and their three children reside in St. […]
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