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Wondering where your brothers are today? Here’s a handful of updates we’ve received this month about your brothers, including updates about personal accomplishments, changes in career, alumni events, and more! Share your own update here.

Tom Gray ’83: After spending 7 years in Orange County, CA, we relocated back to Silicon Valley in August 2013. Then, in August 2014, I changed law firms to join King & Spalding’s Palo Alto office as an Intellectual Property Partner. Patty and I celebrated our 25th wedding anniversary last month, July 2015. Our four kids (ages 11, 13, 15, and 17) are all enjoying Northern California and are doing well!

Joel Catania ’71: My wife (and former Beta Pi "Dream Girl") Donna and I celebrated our 40th wedding anniversary on August 10th.  Now that our second son has moved out we are "empty nesters" (unless you count our cat!).

John Woodward ’78: Earlier this year, I retired from a long career with the U.S. Government and accepted a position as a Professor of the Practice of International Relations at the Frederick S. Pardee School of Global Studies at Boston University.  

Starting in the Fall 2015 semester, I will be teaching graduate and undergraduate courses on campus and mentoring students. I also plan to do briefings, research, and writing on national security issues.  

Most recently, I've enjoyed several lunches with my classmate and fraternity brother, Dr. Robert Ball, who has generously shared his expertise about Boston. 

Anders Miltner ’10:

I quit Microsoft and am going to Princeton for my PhD in computer science.


Barry Fleischer ’86:

30 years later, members of pledge class ’86 (graduating class of ’89) got together for a brief moment to share life stories, remember simpler days, raise a glass (or two), and crush each other at an epic tournament-rules beer pong game. Participants were Barry Fleischer, Jeffrey Rosen, Jay Erb, Mark Song, and Rick Solit. We plan on repeating next year with more!

Parker Schabel ’10:

I’m working at a PE firm in Cleveland but making the move out to Denver to begin a growth-equity role.

Parker also mentioned he’d like to reconnect with “Brodsky, Bruce, and Keefe,” he said. “It’s been too long!”