I am still working three days a week as an Internal Medicine physician for Bassett Heathcare in rural Central New York, with a clinical faculty appointment at Columbia College of Physicians and Surgeons as I have five weeks of medical students doing their rural rotation with me on occasion. I worked at a Harvard affiliated Boston Hebrew Senior Life long term care facility for a year in 2011, then returned home. I still live in hometown of Gloversville of fame in Pulitzer Prize winning Richard Russo’s books. The Adirondacks are north, and recently I became a NYS Licensed Guide for fishing and boating, especially sculling lesions. Three children, two teachers including a crew coach, and a veterinarian pathologist, with six grandchildren who gather in the southern Adirondack family camp each summer. Medical concerns for my age, and life is full of joy.
Class of 1961