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Jerry Zimring, DDS, MDS (DEN ‘60) retired in 2012 and he, and his wife, Millie, of 65 years, moved from Ridgefield, CT to Sarasota, FL in 2020 to be near their daughter, Valerie. His other children live in London and Los Angeles and he has grandchildren in New York, San Francisco, London, and Florence. “You have to be near some family if at all possible.” He and Millie are still ambulatory and play golf three times a week. He says, “She still kicks by b-tt.” He also reports that time is flying and when he attends reunions, he says he has to ask his classmates, “Who did you used to be?”
William Jacobson, DMD (DEN ‘15) authored a book, Clinical Dentistry Daily Reference Guide. The book is a one-stop resource loaded with critical and easy to access information to help in the practice of preventing, diagnosing, and treating patients’ oral health conditions.
Drew Steinhilber, DDS (DEN ‘87), MSD Periodontics - 1989, Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery 1993 (U. of Rochester) retired this year to enjoy life to the fullest after practicing dual specialities of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery and Periodontics for over 30 years. His wife, Soraya, also retired from 33 years of practicing Pediatric Dentistry. Their son, Dr. Troy Steinhilber, is a General Practitioner in Avon in private practice and their daughter, Dr. Kylie Steinhilber, is a Clinical Psychologist in Boston. They look forward to visiting and enjoying the beautiful weather in sunny Arizona!
Stuart Levine, DDS (DEN ‘74) and Dr. Dena Babin, DDS (DEN ‘77) announce the marriages of their 3 children, Abigail, Nathaniel, and Rebecca, all in 2022, making it a very busy year. They are still in practice, but get closer to retirement every day. Dr. Levine and Dr. Babin send their best regards to all of their friends and classmates at CWRU.
Alan Goldberg, DDS (DEN ‘78) retired from dentistry after 43 years in private practice. He and his wife, Diane, now spend their winters in sunny Arizona and their summers in New Jersey. His daughter, Elysa is Director, Patent attorney at Regeneron Pharmaceuticals. His older son, Brian is a partner at WPA in Los Angeles, and his younger son, Jason, is a producer for National Geographic Television and a script writer for horror films. Alan and Diane have three grandchildren, two boys in New York and a granddaughter in Los Angeles.