Sherry Berlin (Fleischman)
November 17, 1947 Insurance agent Single 1
Alexis Berman (Rothman)
June 09, 1947 medical case manager Married 1
I married Paul Goldberg (Beach High 1963) and we had my only child Lance. Lance lives in Playa Del Rey, CA and he is a successful painting contractor. Lance has 4 adopted & 2 biological children, ranging in age from 3 to 36 and they are all my shining stars! We get together 1-2 times per year.
I earned my BA in psychology from UF and MS in counseling from Barry U. For the past 30 years I have been a medical/vocational case manager for people injured on the job. I direct their care through the medical system and assist them with return to work in their former job, sometimes with modifications or facilitate transition to a new job within their physical abilities. I am also a member of Canine Companions for Independence and volunteer at St. Francis Pet Care in Gainesville.
I am married to Chuck Siegel, my best friend for over 30 years and moved back to Gainesville in 1997. Chuck is a retired insurance broker and owner of Daytime Dogs & Friends LLC, a pet care company in Gainesville. We enjoy traveling, snow skiing, kayaking, sailing, biking, our beach condo & our 2 golden retrievers, Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds & Maxwell Silver Hammer as well as time with family.
July 15, 1947 physician drboncall.com Married 3Hi Class of 1965 -Best Alive
Since leaving Beach High, I have spent the remainder of my life in New York at Columbia University, Baltimore at Johns Hopkins, and Washington DC
I married Dorothy Fait (Beach High 1966) in 1972 and will be celebrating our 43 wedding anniversary in August. We have 3 daughters, Sylvia who is a lawyer who works with Dodie, and Elizabeth and Rebecca who live in Portland Oregon and NYC who do social media. We also have our first grandson, Asa.
I have been a rheumatologist, first at The George Washngton University Medical Center for 18 years, and then Arthritis and Rheumatism Associates in Washington ,DC where I continue to see patients.
I am a spine expert who has written books for doctors and patients. I have also been involved with my professional organization The American College of Rheumatology where I was President from 2010-2011.
Dodie and I enjoy vacationing particularly to Aspen in the summer. We exercise regularly. She has taught me the benefits of yoga. I also enjoy doing my radio program Dr B OnCall. Look forward to seeing classmates from 1965 in November.
Certified General Contractor, Licensed Real Estate Broker, Builder Divorced
August 07, 1947 V.P. and Designated Arizona Broker for PS Advantage, Inc. Married
PHILLIP “PHIL” BRANT
Class of '65, Best Alive!
Following my sophomore and junior years at Beach High (1962-1964), my family and I moved to Ft. Pierce, FL. I graduated Dan McCarty High there in 1965 (honor graduate).
I graduated University of Texas at Austin in 1969, B.A. degree with Honors.
I’ve completed courses at:
Monterrey Tech, in Monterrey, Mexico
University of Madrid, Spain
University of Florida
University of Houston
Arizona State University
Principal career: Commercial Real Estate Broker.
Graduate, the REALTORS® Institute.
Graduate, Mortgage Brokers’ Program, Arizona State University.
Rookie of the Year, Commercial Salesman of the Year, John D. Noble and Associates, Phoenix, AZ.
Manager of Commercial Sales & Leasing for Del Webb Corporation.
VP and Designated Broker, Del. E. Webb Home Realty.
I’m an honoree at: https://armyhistory.org/the-registry-of-the-american-soldier/ Click “Search the Registry”, then type “Brant” as last name. There are two listings for me, and one for my dad, Edmund. Click our names to view our listings.
My lovely wife Susan “Sue” Wathier and I married in 2000.
Beach High memories: Our terrific High Tides varsity basketball team, ranked #2 nationally!
Our hometown: Prescott, in the Arizona high country. We welcome visitors!!
September 22, 1948 Attorney Married 2I married in 1978 after finishing Law School at Duke and a two year tour in the Army. Moved to Chicago in 1975 and have practiced law in the "Windy City" ever since. In Chicago I was an Assistant United States Attorney before joining a small intellectual practice firm. My area of speciality became Patent litigation. Seven years ago I joined Katten Muchin and recently became of counsel or as I refer to it almost retired. We have two daughters , both of whom live in Chicago. Our eldest is a married attorney and mother of our grandchildren. Our youngest has an MBA and MEM from Duke and works for a solar company in Chicago. My wife and I love to travel. In January we were in India and just prior to the reunion we are going to Northern Spain. Looking forward to attending the reunion in November.
March 30, 1946 Fiction Writer MarriedGraduate 1965.
Retired from Miami-Dade County Public Schools in 2008 as a Regional Administator.
Check out my website www.snbronsteinauthor.com
Living in Arlington, Va. with wife Dawn.
June 15, 1947 School Administarator ( retired ) Married 2My wife Karen and I live in Lakeside, a fairly rural area outside of San Diego -- we have been here since 1979. --- Our family lives close by -- our son is a nurse and our daughter is in the restaurant business and had blessed us with three grandsons. I recently retired after 44 years working in Special Education, both as an owner / operator of 8 six-bed group homes and as a Director of specialized Nonpublic schools in and around San Diego. I have specialized in working with children and adolescents with autism, emotional disturbance, and developmental disabilities, all with histories of chronic and severe social, emotional, and behavioral challenges. -- I have kept busy in retirement with local volunteer gigs -- I work at the San Diego Zoo, and am a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) working with the juvenile courts and foster care system. We also travel when we can and maintain a nice sustainable year-round backyard garden. My doctorate is from USC in Special Education, specializing in Behavior Disorders. San Diego has been paradise (second only, of course, to THE BEACH) and our 36 years here have been incredibly rewarding. I keep in touch with many of our "65 classmates and look forward to the 50th.
If you're ever in San Diego, give us a call -- we would love to see you, show you around, and get re-acquainted.