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8 • BFS Newsletter

continued from previous page reality show on YES (the Yankees network) in which the small group hits the road for all 162 Yankees regular season games and competes for prizes along the way. Julio was recently spotted on the show wear- ing a Brooklyn Friends School base- ball T-shirt!


Nice news for Maurice Chen: Maurice made the team at Carleton College and debuted in the season opening doubleheader.

Former Faculty

Harold Vaughan sends his best to his students and would love to hear from all of you. He has fond memo- ries of his years at BFS and enjoyed the alumni reunion in 2000 when he received our Outstanding Faculty Award. If you would like to be in touch with Mr. Vaughan, contact Susan Price: 718-852-1029, x208.

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Earlier this year, John Storella stopped in for a quick visit. He is living in California and reports that he is well, happily married and enjoying fatherhood (two little ones) immensely. John became an intellectual property attorney after BFS and is now vice president of

intellectual property affairs with Ciphergen Biosystems.

Phil Bratnober recently visited BFS. He is still in Minnesota and came to NYC as the accompanist for the Woodbury High School’s two choirs. The Women’s and Mixed Choirs, under the direction of

Remembering Reva “Susie” Ruth Press, Class of ’49

My cousin Susie was a beautiful, bright, feisty woman, who overcame life’s exigencies with grace, humor, and –ultimately – outstanding success. A Philosophy major at Bryn Mawr, Susie was a single mother with three children when she entered the commercial work force by way of the per- sonnel department in a N.Y.C. department store. From there, slowly but steadil , she rose to become a global marketing director, providing future financial software systems to the international banking industry.

She was living an active life in NYC, retired, and a grandmother of six, when her life was brought to a sudden end. She is and will be sorely missed.

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Susie Press in her yearbook photograph

Woodbury’s own Daryl Timmer, per- formed on the Today Show in Manhattan on their NYC visit and then treated our Middle School to an equally amazing performance. Phil currently teaches speech and theatre at Woodbury and directs summer stock at the University of Wisconsin, River Field. Phil looks wonderful and says that life is good. Incredibl , Phil’s daughter Carolyn is now in college (where did the time go?). Phil sends his best to all of his BFS students and colleagues.

In Memoriam

Susie Press ’49 Anthony Villamena ‘61 Stephen Wadsworth ’64 Paul Vetri ’82

Please send your news and photos to Susan Price, Alumnae/i Director 718-852-1029, x 208 alum@brooklynfriends.org

The Newsletter is published bimonthly by Brooklyn Friends School, a coeducational, college preparatory day school founded in 1867 by the Brooklyn Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends. Brooklyn Friends School is a member of the National Association of Independent Schools.

Newsletter, June 2006 Editor: Joan Martin Writer: Jeffrey Stanley Class Notes: Susan Price ’86

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