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1960s Classnotes

Kenneth Grieb, M.A. 1962 & B.A. 1960, has been teaching at the University of Wisconsin at Oshkosh for 32 years. His courses are reputed to be among the toughest on campus, even as he remains a popular instructor. In September, he received the Regents Teaching Excellence Award from the University of Wisconsin System Board of Regents. He is a resident of Oshkosh.

Bernard B. Freedman, J.D. 1964, is a senior attorney at Norton Radin Hoover and Freedman in Kenmore, NY, and president of the 3,500-member Bar Association of Erie County.

James J. Horn, M.A. 1965 & B.A. 1963, has taken early retirement as associate professor of history and coordinator of the Mexico program at SUNY College at Brockport. He is now president of Educational Travel Service, organizing and leading guided tours to Mexico, Costa Rica, Italy and Spain. He also serves as program coordinator of the elderhostel in Cuernavaca, Mexico.

Robert J. Albrecht, Ed.M. 1967, is a professor in the English and Humanities Department at SUNY Agricultural and Technical College at Alfred. He received a 1997-98 SUNY Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Teaching. He resides in Alfred Station, NY, with his wife, Barbara.

Richard Drandoff, B.A. 1967, is the founder, president and CEO of Change Point, an outpatient behavioral health treatment agency with six locations in the Portland, OR, area. He is the father of two children, Simon and Lilo.

Fredric H. Fischer, J.D. 1967, is a partner at Seyfarth, Shaw, Fairweather & Geraldson in Chicago, IL, where he practices labor and employment law and litigation and immigration law. He was recently inducted as a fellow of the College of Labor and Employment Lawyers.

Lois Merriwether Moore, A.S. 1967, is a Spanish teacher and advisor to the honor society at San Marin High School in Novato, CA. She is also the vice president of Concerned Parents of Novato, a scholarship organization for African American students. She recently completed three years of service on the Marin Community Foundation community partnership committee. In 1998, she was featured in Who's Who Among America's Teachers; in 1997, she received the George Frasier Portrait of Success Award from the African American Community Entrustment. June 8, 1996 was proclaimed Lois M. Moore Day in the city of Novato.

Gerald A. Rice, B.A. 1967, has been appointed mathematics instructor at Hilbert College in Hamburg, NY.

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