61 Here's news of you from me in Oregon. Jim Moore, LLB'64 (jcmoore1939@gmail.com) writes, "I'm a widower, retired from active practice of law after 46 years. I occasionally serve as arbitrator or mediator and serve on multiple boards. I've traveled to Italy twice and France once in 2012, and also traveled to and taught in Iraqi Kurdistan for a week in July. I've taken courses in art history." Jim has four grown children and 11 grandchildren. his favorite Cornell memory is "the Dec/Jan trip of the Glee Club to Copenhagen, Leningrad, Moscow, and London in 1960-61." Gerry Friedman (Gerald.Friedman@cbre.com) tells us, "My wife, Margi, and I are proud grandparents of Keira Hope, our first grandchild. She is now 4 months old and gorgeous, of course. Our daughter Beth and husband Michael live in Seattle and we visit every chance we get. Everyone is healthy and strong and we feel very fortunate.

Frances Shapiro Ivker (drfbi@netzero.com) is "3/4 retired. Only doing office gynecology 1/4 time in New Orleans. Going to all the weddings, bar mitzvahs, and birthday parties that I'm invited to. It's a time to celebrate with friends. Spent most of August with grandkids, hiking, rafting, tubing, and horseback riding in the Smokies. All nine were together in Orlando for a bar mitzvah. Rode the Hulk and anything else that gave your eyes, brain, and stomach the impression that it moved." From Bert Hunt (bertwhunt@ecentral.com): "I recently purchased a condo in the Towers of Sunland Village, Mesa, AZ, where I will spend November through April and then return to Centennial, CO, for the summer months. If you are in the area, e-mail me for a visit." Jay Treadwell (jaytread@comcast.net) is still active in his restaurant consulting company, the Optimum Group. "Peggy and I went to Peru, spending two weeks in Lima, Cusco, Orubamba, Ollataytambo, and Machu Picchu - a great country." Jay says he'd like to learn Spanish living with a family in a Spanish-speaking country. He'd also like to hear from Allen Blagden.

Robert Stamper (stamperr@vision.ucsf.edu) has just been appointed Fortisure Distinguished Professor at UC San Francisco. "I work slightly less than full-time (80 percent) and enjoy traveling and being with grandchildren." In 2012 Robert lectured in the Philippines and toured Cambodia, Vietnam, and Italy. He also toured and lectured in India and gave the Robert N. Shaffer Lecture at the American Academy of Ophthalmology meeting in Chicago on November 2012. he hopes to be fishing or skiing soon. What a great year, Robert! Willard Reed reports that he's working around home and volunteering. "I am an elder at the Fort King Presbyterian Church and member of the Marion County Emergency Response Team. I also maintain ten miles of Cross Florida Greenway." Willard and wife Helen "took a three-week trip to Virginia, New York State, and Cape Cod, visited family, and went to our granddaughter's wedding." They especially enjoyed Cape Cod.

W.T. Onorato (wtonorato@aol.com) remains very active as both a teacher and an international arbitrator. "I teach an upstream petroleum legal training course (World Legal Systems and Contracts of Oil & Gas) twice a year in London for the CWC Group, and I have recently been an expert witness on contract stability in petroleum contracts under UNICITRAL and ICSID Rules in two international arbitrations that were held in Paris. So I was there four weeks last year - not too bad. I still travel the world for adventure (Ladakh, northern India last year), and I will be joining my two daughters and their families for our annual skiing vacation in Durango, CO." Bill has also written a thriller under the name of Thomas Torrens entitled The Viking Sands. Its theme deals with what he is most familiar with - oil! Read about it on Amazon. He keeps in touch with Chris Brown and Lee Forker.

Mark Fleischman (markhfleischman@aol.com) writes, "My wife, Mimi, and I are doing well, and our children have good lives and jobs. Hilary graduated from Holyoke and is an executive with an International P.I. firm in New York City; Juliet graduated with honors from the U. of San Francisco and is a computer scientist with the Internet company RDIO; and Adam is doing well in the debt collection industry. Mimi and I just bought a duplex penthouse in Marina Del Rey, CA, with lots of amenities including rowing, sailing, biking and a great happy hour. We are enjoying our life and our Bar Method Exercise Studios are doing well. We bring Bar Method to Rancho La Puerta fitness spa in Baja ten weeks each year, which is is fun and keeps us healthy. I am also finalizing my memoir, 'The Studio 54 Effect,' which I plan to publish in 2013".

A cheerful note from Carol Moore Hershey Durell (chershey1@aol.com) saying it's never too late! "John Erjavic and I were married aboard a Norwegian Cruise Line ship in Oahu, with our children and their mates in attendance. We followed the ceremony with a cruise of the islands with the newly joined family members. A joyful celebration of our long association." Carol is looking forward to reunion in 2016. Keep sending your news to: Susan Williams Stevens, sastevens61@gmail.com; Doug Fuss, dougout@attglobal.net. Online news form, http://www.alumni.cornell.edu/participate/class-notes.cfm.