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1950s Classnotes

Joseph Davis, B.A. 1950, has been appointed division director of urology within the department of surgery at Cabrini Medical Center. He and his wife live in New York, NY.

Ulrich Bauer, B.A. 1954, has been elected a fellow of the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology, the largest professional medical specialty organization in the United States. It represents allergists, asthma specialists, clinical immunologists, allied health professionals and others with a special interest in the research and treatment of allergic disease. Bauer has a private practice in Buffalo, NY, where he lives, and specializes in food allergies and pediatric asthma.

James Youker, M.D. 1954, professor and chair of radiology at the Medical College of Wisconsin, received the Radiologic Society of North America's (RSNA) Gold Medal Award at the RSNA annual meeting in Chicago for having "rendered unusual services to the science of radiology." He is one of only four people to receive the award this year. He resides in Hartland, WI.

David Pies, B.A. 1958, is division counsel of Cal/OSHA for the State of California Department of Industrial Relations in Los Angeles, CA. He lives in Glendale, CA.

Atanas Kobryn, B.S. 1959, is president of the Friends of the North Port Area Library Inc., a nonprofit corporation that supports and enhances programs and resources at the North Port Library, a part of the Sarasota County Library System. Kobryn resides in North Port, FL.

Jacqueline Koshian, J.D. 1959, has stepped down as New York State Supreme Court Justice, following more than 36 years of public service. State Supreme Court Justice Vincent E. Doyle said Koshian's "wisdom and elegance have enhanced the image of the judiciary in Western New York. We are losing a fine judge who is admired and respected for her knowledge of the law, fairness and commitment to excellence. She will be greatly missed and not easily replaced."

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