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Class of 1979
Jane Goldblum, a partner at Goldblum & Hess, practices immigration law in Philadelphia. She and her partner were featured in an article in the Philadelphia Legal Times. Gary M. Levine opened a private practice in Kingston, NY specializing in estate planning and real estate. Gary teaches estate planning at Marist College and is an advisor to the college's Certified Financial Planner program.
Justice Sandra Feuerstein '79 greets Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Netanyahu upon their visit to Cardozo.
Justice Sandra Feuerstein '79 greets Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Netanyahu

upon their visit to Cardozo

Class of 1980
Ruth M. Gursky opened her own office in Greenwich Village. She will continue handling per diem court appearances, motions, and conferences. Ruth says "referrals from CSL alums are always welcome, or just call to say 'hi'." Moshe Z. Mirsky authored an article in New York Law Journal titled "Collecting a Debt From a Person in the Witness Protection Program." He is an attorney in Manhattan whose practice includes debt collection actions.

Class of 1981
Charles DeLafuente is a copy editor on the Metropolitan Desk, The New York Times.

Class of 1982
Peter Aronson married Emily Russo, a founder and co-president of Zeitgeist Films. Peter is an associate editor and writer at the National Law Journal in New York. Arlene Hahn, who was appointed housing court judge in 1994, was recently featured in the New York Law Journal column "Profiles from the Bench." Prior to this position, she served as an administrative law judge for NYC Department of Transportation from 1991 to 1994.

Class of 1983
Michelle Schreiber was inducted as a housing court judge in Manhattan. Harry Zelcer opened his own firm in NYC, where he specializes in domestic and international tax.

Class of 1984
Phyllis Kaufman is the artistic director of the Philadelphia Festival of World Cinema. Tom Kleiner is serving a term as supervisor for the Town of Orangetown in Rockland County.

Class of 1985
Steven Feldman and his wife, Caren, announce the birth of Corey Michael. Steven is assistant tax counsel, New York Life Insurance Co. Sharon Kovacs Gruer of Great Neck, NY recently became a Certified Elder Law Attorney. Sharon has practiced elder law for over 13 years and focuses on estate planning, wills, trusts, guardianships, probate, and tax. Robyn Lederman Hamer and her husband, Shlomi, announce the birth of their second son, Eli Gideon. Robyn is a trademark and IP licensing specialist at Eitan, Pear, Latzer and Cohen-Zedek, Herzilya Pituah. The family lives in Israel. Charles Kleiner and his wife, Marla, announce the birth of their fourth child, Naftali Binyamin.

Class of 1986
Nelson Perel
Nelson Perel
Nelson Perel is a founding partner of the recently formed law firm Webster Szanyi LLP. Philip Rosenberg is a partner at the Albany, NY office of Wilson, Elser, Moskowitz, Edelman & Dicker specializing in health law. Michael I. Schneck is a principal and head of the Real Estate Tax Appeal Group, Brach, Eichler, Rosenberg, Silver, Bernstein, Hammer 1000 and Gladstone, P.C., of Roseland, NJ. He appeared on the News-12 New Jersey weekend television show New Jersey Business.

Class of 1987
Wesley Michael Odell was ordained a rabbi in 1994 at the Cincinnati School of the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion. Since then he has served as rabbi of Temple Israel of Dover, NH. Prior to rabbinical school, he was mediation coordinator for the Children's Aid Society, NYC. Odell's new name is Rabbi Lev Ba'esh. Peter Skolnik, a partner at Lowenstein Sandler P.C. in Roseland, NJ, represented the Nabokov estate and Dmitri Nabokov in the highly publicized copyright and trademark infringement suit arising from the unauthorized publication of an Italian novel, Lo's Diary, which retells Vladimir Nabokov's Lolita from the adolescent girl's point of view. After much litigation, a compromise was reached recognizing the Nabokov copyright and the principles for which they sued.

Class of 1988
Jordan Comet and his wife, Gila Goren, announce the birth of a son, Zachary Scott. Jordan is a solo practitioner in Bergenfield, NJ, and Gila is a social worker in New York. Allen Gary Palmer is an associate at the law office of Wayne D. Effron, P.C. in Greenwich, CT. Jeffrey Weiss is a partner at Pierce & Weiss, LLP in Los Angeles, CA specializing in labor law and workers' compensation defense. He is a member of the Return to Work panel for the City of Los Angeles.

Class of 1989
Michael J. Wildes
Michael J. Wildes
Brent Chapman is vice president of business operations at Rainbow Sports, a division of Cablevision's Rainbow Media Holdings Inc., in Bethpage, NY. Holly Lichtenstein Goldberg is an associate at Fox, Rothschild, O'Brien & Frankel, LLP. She is helping the firm establish a broad-based real estate practice. Warren S. Goodman is in private practice in Larchmont, NY, and in June was endorsed for a two-year term on the Town Council for Mamaroneck township. Andrew Schorr and Elisa Cullen Schorr '90 announce the birth of their daughter, Dylan Rose. Alisa Applbaum Weinrib and her husband, Bruce, announce the birth of their fourth child, a daughter. Jeff Weitzman has moved to Palo Alto, CA to work for Yahoo. In August, he and his wife, Rachel, had a daughter, Molly Aviva. Michael J. Wildes, who is city councilman of Englewood, NJ, testified before the Subcommittee on Immigration and Claims of the House Judiciary Committee. Michael, a partner at Wildes & Weinberg, P.C. and a former special assistant attorney with the US Attorney's Office in Brooklyn, offered his testimony regarding an amendment introduced by Congressman Bob Andrews regarding aliens who "knowingly aid and abet" known terrorists. Michael Silvermintz is associate, secretary of the corporation, and general counsel at the construction services firm York Hunter. He has worked there for two years. Steve Wohr was elected mayor of Lake Dallas, TX in May. He had been serving in that post since March, when the former mayor resigned for health reasons.

Class of 1990
David A. Appell is interim chief financial officer of Internet Cable Corp. in Charleston, SC. He serves as a director of Allied Capital Services, LLC, a consulting firm providing financing and real estate development services, and is managing director of the Regency Group Inc.

Class of 1991
Elchanan I. Dulitz and his wife, Hannah, announce the birth of their fourth child, Shayna Leah. Lloyd J. Jassin participated in a panel discussion sponsored by The New York Times and Small Press Center on "Prepublication Legal Review of Manuscripts." An attorney in private practice, he is general counsel for t 1000 he Audio Publishers Association. William M. Quinlan was ordained a priest for the Diocese of Bridgeport, CT.

Class of 1992
Alan Blattberg is an associate at the law firm of Phillips, Lytle, Hitchcock, Blaine & Huber, LLP in NY. He focuses on commercial, bankruptcy, and hospitality litigation areas. Sheryl D. Jassen and her husband, Peter Fink, have two children, Hannah and Benjamin. Jean McMahon, who is the producer of The Edge With Paula Zahn, married John Doyle Geelan, a lawyer, in Manhattan.

Class of 1993
Victoria B. Fischel Cantor married Eric M. Cantor on July 23, 1994 and had a daughter, Gabrielle Sarah, on July 14, 1998. She is a former policy analyst and counsel to the Judicial and Corrections Committees, Michigan House of Representatives. Moshe Horn, who is an assistant district attorney for the Borough of Manhattan, married Leslie Zigman, a senior sales engineer at Glen Mills, Inc. of Clifton, NJ. Barry Marenberg and his wife, Lisa, announce the birth of their first child, Zander Ethan, on April 7, 1999. Barry is a senior pharmaceutical patent counsel for Bristol-Myers Squibb Company in Princeton, NJ.

Class of 1994
Marnie Kapernick Nieves is director, Business and Legal Affairs at MCA Records in Los Angeles.

Class of 1995
Brian Selvin is an associate at the tax and estate planning practice of Cole, Schotz, Meisel, Forman & Leonard in Hackensack, NJ.

Class of 1996
Rabbi Moshe Blech and his wife, Ali, announce the birth of their daughter, Rachel. Melissa S. Channing has joined Broad and Cassel in West Palm Beach, FL as an associate in the real estate development practice group. Joshua G. Gerstin recently published "How to be a Prime Target for a Lawsuit and Lose All Your Assets" in On Call Magazine: The Journal of the Palm Beach Medical Society. His firm represents clients in FL, NJ, and NY and offers services that focus on asset protection, lawsuit prevention, commercial collection, negotiation, and litigation. Julie Hyman, a divorce lawyer, sings solo at numerous hotels in the tristate area and plays cameo roles on television shows. She will appear on the cover of a romance novel, Whatever Will Be by Zebra Books, and was featured this fall in a PBS documentary called Who's Dancing Now? Eric W. Landy is an associate at the Morristown, NJ law firm of Riker, Danzig, Scherer, Hyland & Perretti, LLP, where he practices in the tax and trusts and estate groups. Larry Schwarz is chief executive of Rumpus Toys. In a feature in the October issue of Forbes magazine, he was noted for his entrepreneurial spirit and personal flair, unusual retailing tactics and the remarkable success of his two-year-old company. On the same day that her daughter was married in England, Rhona Silverman won a $25 million verdict in Kings County for her client. She specializes in the area of medical malpractice. Carrie B. Zehfuss and her husband, Mark, announce the birth of a daughter, Emma Rose, on August 20.

Class of 1997
Ariane Dimitris was selected for Judge Advocate General (J.A.G.). She began Officer Candidate School in Virginia this October. Dorit T. Robbins is an associate at the Morristown, NJ law firm Riker, Danzig, Scherer, Hyland & Perretti, LLP. She practices in the tax group. Scott Silver is an associate in the corporate department at the Los Angeles office of Proskauer Rose, LLP. David Z. Solomon is an associate in the equities division at Goldman, Sachs & Co.

Class of 1998 Michael S. Axelrod
Michael S. Axelrod
Michael S. Axelrod is an associate at Marshall, Dennehey, Warner, Coleman 1000 & Goggin in Philadelphia. He practices in the insurance coverage/bad faith area. Shari M. Blecher is an associate at Goldshore and Wolf in Plainsboro, NJ. Tricia Cohen, who is an associate in the real estate department at Weil, Gotshal & Manges, married Jason Pantzer, an associate director for finance with the Ackman-Ziff Real Estate Group in New York.

Class of 1999
Andrew Greenhouse, an associate at the New York office of Fulbright & Jaworski, is practicing in the corporate law area. Vered Adoni, Mitchell Kleinman, and Dan Schlachet are assistant district attorneys in the Queens DA office. Jonathan Berger, Sabrina Jiggetts, Elizabeth Kase, Thomas King, Tamar Silton, George Vomvolakis, and Robert Wallack are assistant district attorneys in the Manhattan DA's office. Lauren J. Blum and Brian D. Yomtov are assistant district attorneys in the Bronx DA's office. Peter K. Yu is deputy director of the Howard Squadron Program in Law, Media and Society at Cardozo.

In Memoriam
Carol J. Kronman '80 died in May. Since 1995 she had been the publisher and editor of the insurance and construction industry newsletter Kronman Letter. For three years Carol was general counsel in the New York City Mayor's Office of Construction, the first woman appointed to that position. She served on the boards of American ORT Federation, Professional Women in Construction and Related Industries, and YU's Stern College.

Joshua P. Pearlman '81 died on March 25 at the age of 42 after a long battle with cancer. He was a trial lawyer in Rhode Island and advocated for consumers, changing tort law on the issue of EMT liability and winning a landmark case, Uzenski, et al v. Nationwide Mutual Ins.

Barry Segall '82 was murdered on September 9. Barry, who was in the real estate business, was 44 years old and married to Cardozo alumna Sharon Toll Segall '82 and was the father of three children. Memorial donations can be made in Barry's name to the temple school building fund he initiated, Shalom Torah Centers, P.O. Box 1545, Lakewood, NJ 08701.

Resa L. Dudovitz '98 died at the age of 50 from breast cancer. She was a cancer survivor when she came to Cardozo and fought off another bout with the disease while a student here. She was most recently a volunteer in New York at the Center for Constitutional Rights. Contributions may be made to Y-ME (a breast cancer research foundation), 212 W. Van Buren, Chicago, IL 60607. For more information, contact the Weinstein Family Services at 800-288-5701.

Correction
ClassActions misidentified Amelia W. Silver, director for foundation and corporate relations at Bennington College, as from the class of '97. She graduated in 1985.
 

Gifts and Pledges for 1998-99 Increase More Than 250%
In the final tally for the 1998?99 fiscal year, gifts and pledges totaled $3,743,740, a 253% increase over giving the previous year. Major individual and foundation gifts ($50,000 and over) accounted for $2,900,000, led by two gifts from the Mack family: Earle Mack gave $1,500,000 and Ruth Mack gave $500,000. Dr. Stephen Floersheimer donated $250,000 to fund a study in American and Civic Discourse, directed by Prof. Richard Weisberg; and Board members Harvey Blau and Dr. Ira Kukin made significant gifts. The gala evening last June honoring the 10th anniversary of The Squadron Program in Law, Media and Society raised $358,000.

Total giving by alumni increased 66%—proof that our young alumni body is successful and giving back to their alma mater. Stephen A. Weiss and Christopher A. Seeger, both of the Class of 1990, are co-chairmen of the Alumni Annual Fund and can be credited with much of the fund's growth. Credit is also due to the activity generated by the Alumni Leadership Council, co-chaired by Jonathan and Pamela Henes, '96. Susan Halpern '84 and Jeffrey Strauss '80 should be 1000 recognized as well for generating gifts to Cardozo this year. Cardozo gratefully acknowledges those whose generous contributions help sustain and build the Law School.

The donor list follows:

S. Daniel Abraham
Howard  Lawrence Abrahams
ACTV, Inc.
David  Adler
Robert C. Adler
Adrienne B. Alexander
Allen & Company, Inc.
Regina M. Alter
Altman Foundation
Lynn C. Amari
Anonymous
Anonymous
Joan Apple
Alexander G. Arato
James M. Aries
Arronson Foundation
Carol Ash
Jay Stuart Auslander
Bruce D. Austern
Avon
Ruth H. Axelrod
Miriam A. Bacon
Edward Gary Baer
Steven B. Baim
Orlando I. Balcacer
Jerry Louis Barta
Stanley Bartels
David H. Baskind
Peter Bass
Stacey M. Bauknight
Philip Baum
Curt P. Beck
Gary G. Becker
Renato Beghe
Bellemead Development Corp
Roberta Benjamin
Soraya Z. Berg
Jess Martin Berkowitz
Mark A. Berman
Robert  Bernstein
Harold Beznos
BHC Communications, Inc.
Kenneth J. Bialkin
Geoffrey Bible
Felicia Bieber
Elana Billig
Bruce  L. Birnbaum
Arlene & Harvey R. Blau
Martin Blech
Nancy L. Bloomgarden
Bluefield-Princeton United Jewish Charities
Joel Blumenfeld
Dan Blumenthal
Robert Boag
Marilyn Bodner
Gabriel L. Boyar
Michael David Braff
Ira L. Brandriss
Barry Brody
Russell E. Brooks
Jean-Marc Brun
Felicia Buebel
Renee Bunnell
Jacob Burns Foundation
Muriel Alix Caplan
Michael P. Carbone
Rafael I. Castellanos
Marcy & Leona Chanin Fdn. Inc.
Chase Manhattan Bank
Ram M. Cheerath
Ellen R. Cherrick
Yaffa Cheslow
Richard M. Cogen
Edward & Joan Cohen
Elias A. Cohen
Eric I. Cohen
Linda J. Cohen
Susan M. Cohen
Tricia R. Cohen
Edwin Cook
Coopers & Lybrand Fdt.
Donna J. Costa
Edward Costikyan
Leslie J. Cowne
Susan Stein Danoff
Laura D. Davis
Robert J. Debrauwere
Walda M. Decreus
Tanis B. Deitch
Bruce Delaney
Anne C. Desgranges
Leslie Sarah Deutsch
David Y. Dickstein
Anthony G. Difalco
Jones Dorfman
The Downe Foundation
Howard Fred Dubs
Sanford Paul Dumain
Joan Ehrlich, Esq.
Saul Eisenberg
Harold Eisenstein
Kerry  Marshall Elgarten
Andrea B. Engelman
Franklin Englander
Louis Epstein
Robert K. Erlanger
Elliot Erwitt
The Eshe Fund
Fairmount Temple Sisterhood
Lawrence Falk
Barry Farkas
Jeffrey A. Feder
Ellen L. Federman
Dr. Melvin  & Carol Ann Feiler
Alan Howard Fein
Andrew L. Feldman
Steven Feldman
Harvey Feuerstein
Richard Feuerstein
Robert Fiddler
Richard M. Fierberg
Bernard Finkelstein
Ilene R. Fish
Michael K. Fistel
Jeffrey A. Fleischman
Dr. Stephen H. Floersheimer
Joel M. Florin
Glenn M. Forman
Alan S. Fox
Myra L. Freed
Dr. & Mrs. Edward Friedland
Barbara L. Friedman
Katherine H. Fritts
Alan Futerfas
Charles L. Gagnebin III
Gary J. Galperin
Jay A. Ganzman
Lawrence & Adina Garbuz
Craig Ian Gardy
Stephanie Y. Gayden
Jonathan S. Gershen
Julie K. Gershman
Russell A. Gewirtz
Anne O. Gilde
Hal I. Gilenson
Raymond A. Gindi
Seth R. Ginsberg
Jonathan L. Gleit
Adam Glucksman
Linda Molinsky Gold
Andrea Greene Goldman
Jodi Lynn Goldman
Hillel Y. Goldstein
Lila Goldstein
Marsha & Barry Goldstein
Nathan Golick
Toby Golick
William David Goodman
Alvin C. Gordon
Ava M. Gordon
Carrie Gordon
Harold Keith Gordon
Matthew J. Gould
Simon Gourdine
Kathryn & Alan C. Greenberg
William Greenblatt
Susan H. Greenfield
Andrea  L. Greene
Margaret M. Gro 1000 arke
Sami B. Groff
Ann T. Gross
Jonathan R. Gross
Benjamin R. Gruberg
Janice B. Grubin
Alexander Gurevich
Debra E. Guston
Malvina Halberstam
Karen Joy Halevy
Susan U. Halpern
Robin Jill L. Hammer
Suzanne Hanau
Sheila Hanley
Paul F. Hansen
Paule Harris
John R. Harrison
Judy Harrison-Katz & David Harrison
Leslie M. Hausner
Esther M. Hecht
Ellen  S. Hendel
Pamela & Jonathan Henes
Eric D. Herschmann
Mitchel Iban Herstic
Michael Herz
Ronnie & Samuel J. Heyman
Stuart C. Hirsch
Philip Hoffer
Henriette D. Hoffman
Gary Holtzer
Susan Holtzman-Brown
Michael Brian Hopkins
Capio Hwang
Ilc Industries Foundation, Inc
Jill B. Inbar
International Ctr. of Photography
Irvin Stern Foundation
J.P. Morgan Charitable Trust
Charles Franklin Jacobs
Roni A. Jacobson
Eileen Janowsky
Eric M. Javits
William L. Jefferson
David Haskell Jones
Arthur Kalish
Adam D. Kamenstein
Janet Kaplan
Morris J. Kaplan
Muriel B. Kaplan
Robin H. Kaplan
Karp Foundation, Inc.
Morris Karp
Pamela B. Katten
Deborah Katz
Michael David Katz
Benjamin Yehuda Kaufman
Susan Kaufman
Seth O. Kaye
Steven Kaye
Marc David Kemp
Steven P. Kessler
Jeffrey L. Kinzler
Gail A. Kizner
Jeffrey D. Klores
Neil J. Koren
Monique Korn
Meredith Kornreich
Robert A. Korren
David Seth Korzenik
Stephen P. Koster
Jeffrey M. Kramer
David Kravitz
Amy Kroll
Herbert Kronish
Irwin J. Kuhn
Doris & Dr. Ira Kukin
Jonathan Kukin
Pamela S. Kunen
Judith B. Kunreuther
Robert J. Kurtz
Susan H. Kussoy
La Crosse Jewish Welfare Fund
Asher I. Labendz
Mr. & Mrs. Alvin S. Lane
David Langner
Lillian Joan Laserson
Albert & Stephanie Lasher
Meyer Z. Last
Ellen Lautenberg
Lax & Noll
Wendy Lazarus
Lazard Freres & Co.
Judith Lebson
James Brainbridge Lee, Jr.
Louis I. Leeder
Howard Lefkowitz
Stanley Lehrer
Howard David Leib
Melanie Leslie
Elaine Levine
Frederick N. Levine
Harold Levine
Leonard Levine
David Levinson
Lori H. Levinson-Stewart
Naomi & Leonard Levine
Levitt Media Company
Michelle Levitz
David J. Levy
Irwin Levy
Mr. &  Mrs. Joel H. Levy
Jeffrey I.D. Lewis
Michael R. Lippman
Sheri F. London
Sivia & Jeffrey H. Loria
Harvey Lubitz
Amy Targan Lushing
Carol & Earle I. Mack
David Mack
Fredric Mack
Mrs. Ruth Mack
William Mack
Bernard Madoff
Mahoney Cohen & Co. P.C.
Alissa D. Makower
Burton & Lynne Manning
Bonnie Sue Mannis
Shlomit Manson
James W. Marcovitz
Melanie Marmer
Jessica Martine
Kenneth Matthews
Ellen W. Mcbride
Amelia P. Mcgovern
Pamela M. McLaughlin
Michael L. Meiselman
Ara Mekhjian
Richard J. Melchner
Rabbi Levi Meier
T. P. Mendel
Andrew Russell Meyers
Kenneth Michaels
Mark Mildner
Majorie Miller
Clark D. Miller D.P.M
Gary S. Miller
Jessica Mindich
Barbara M. Moretti
J.P. Morgan
Seth A. Moskowitz
Allison Mynick
Peter M. Nadler
Kambiz Nasabi
Dorothy & Arnold Neustadter Foundation
David William New
Jill Newfield-Joseph
The News Corporation, Inc.
Amram Nowak
Jeremy Novak
Lisa Okin
Dina Opici
David M. Orbach
Adam Orlow
Allen Packer
Mr. & Mrs. Maurice Paprin
Joel E. Passick
Patterson Belkap Webb & Tyler
Pan Filis & Vallerie
Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison
Mr. & Mrs. Martin D. Payson
Frank J. Pearl
M.T. Gobbels Perebooms
Julianne Pertz
Phillip Morris Company, Inc.
Char 1000 les D. Phillipson
George J. Phocas
Stanley & Gloria Plesent
Lester Pollack
Linda F. Post
Lisa S. Post
Harlan J. Protass
Mr. & Mrs. Douglas Pulitzer
Ellen Radin
Elisabeth  Radow
Lorraine A. Raggio
June Raegner Legal Search
Lawrence S. Reed
Leonard H. Ritz
William T. Rogers
Leslie F. Rosen
Alan S. Rosenberg
Loren R. Rosenberg
Joseph L. Rosenmiller, Jr.
Harriet  Rothfeld
Joel B. Rothman
Lucille A. Roussin
Lori K. Reiner Rovins
Royce Carlton Inc
Selma & Lawrence Ruben
Ernest Rubenstein
Howard J. Rubenstein
David Rudenstine
Adam J. Safer
Lisa A. Salmons
Debra Z. Samuelson
Marcy Hahn Saperstein
James A. Sarna
Frank J. Scardilli
Schering-Plough Fdn Inc
Emily M. Scheuer
James H. Scheuer
Irving  Schneider
Gerald Schoenfeld
Yisroel Schulman
Mark Schwartz
Robert Schwartz
Sheryl & Barry K. Schwartz
Joni & Christopher A. Seeger
Leon Segan
Evan S. Seideman
Vera Semel
Barbara S. Seril
Christina Ann Sessa
Christine Shafer
Dean J. Shalit
Dana Ellen Shanler
Blanche & Romie Shapiro
Barry Shenkman
Jill Sherman
Jonathan Lee Sherman
Herbert Sherry
Warren Eliot Shimoff
Edward Daniel Siegel
Frederic J. Siegel
Herbert J. Siegel
Shari Siegel
Wendy & Stephen B. Siegel
Milo S. Silberstein
Philip C. Silverberg
Leon Silverman
Barbara R. Silverstone
Melvin Arnold Simon
Simpson Thacher & Bartlett
Jeffrey R. Singer
Jonathan E. Sirota
Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Siskind
Sisterhood Adath Israel
Steven P. Skulnik
Alan B. Slifka
Slimfast Nutritional Foods Fdn
Steven Smedresman
Peter W. Smith
Saul David Sobel Endowed Family Fund
Joshua S. Sohn
Sosnow & Freed
Neil Geoffrey Sparber
Mary Spector
Lisa Spiegel
Marianne Spinelli
Howard M. & Anne Strickland Squadron
Renato C. Stabile
Esti Stahler
Maxine Stein
Edward L. Steinberg
Lillian B. Steinberg
Marshall Steinberg
Sarah K. Steiner
Teresa M. Stoeth
Edward S. Stone
Jeffrey Strauss
Jonathan D. Strum
Jacqueline B. Stuart
Mindy Suchinsky
Joseph O. Sullivan
Mary Isabelle Swartz
Andrew M. Talkow
Arthur M. Tasker
Marvin B. Tepper
Andrew L. Thau
Carol E. Thurer
John Thygerson
Elisa Torres-Blatt
Daniel F. Tritter
Douglas C. Turnbull
Michael J. Twersky
David E. Tweten
Helen Tzagoloff
Uris Brothers Foundation, Inc.
Daniel Utevsky
M. Scott Vayer
Diane M. Venezia
Paul R. Verkuil
Stephen Alan Verp
Vornado Realty Trust
Beth A. Wahl
Shai Y. Waisman
Barbara E. Waitman
Stephen C. Wallach
Lisa Fishbone Wallack
David L. Wallen
Janis Warren
Rachel L. Warren
Risa C. Wasserman
Esther Waxman
Fred M. Weiler
Jack B. Weinstein
Jeffrey P. Weinstein
Audry Weintrob
Debra & Stephen A. Weiss
Rabbi Rodney L. Weiss
Jeffrey W. Weitzman
Wells Fargo Bank
Pami G. Wexelman
Susan Whitehead
Jeffrey P. Wiegand
Kathryn D. Wiegand
Michael J. Wildes
Wildes & Weinberg
Judith Wildman
Mara B. Wilkenfeld
Fred Wilpon
Siggi B. Wilzig
Carla S. Wise
Lynn Wishart
Douglas R. Wolf
Nancy Wolf
Cynthia G. Wolff
Xerox Corporation
Mark Stuart Yagerman
Mariam Zadeh
Christopher A. Zappulla
Amy J. Zeidman
Laurie Zeligson
Jay H. Ziffer
Brian J. Zimmerman
Oleg M. Zinchuk


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