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Steven K. Ludwig W’80, L’83, a partner at Fox, Rothschild, O’Brien & Frankel, LLP in Philadelphia, has been elected to serve as Vice President of the Board of Directors for Family Support Services, Inc. FSS is a nonprofit agency that provides counseling and education for over 1300 children and their families each year.
Richard D. Milvenan L’83 has joined McGinnis, Lochridge & Kilgore LLP in Austin, Texas as a partner. He is a member of the firm’s communication group, and handles litigation and counseling on communications and high technology industry.
Alan G. Rosenbloom L’83 has joined the Pennsylvania Health Care Association as executive vice president. Rosenbloom was formerly interim president of the American Association of Homes and Services for the Aging in Washington, DC.
Matthew J. Comisky L’84, a partner in the Real Estate Department of Blank, Rome, Comisky & McCauley, LLP in Philadelphia, has been elected to membership of the American College of Real Estate Lawyers. Comisky focuses his practice on all aspects of real estate development.
Mary P. Hugues L’84 corporate counsel of West Jersey Health System in Camden, New Jersey, has been elected to the board of the Mental Health Association of Southeastern Pennsylvania in Philadelphia.
Jerrilyn G. Marston L’84, a lecturer in law at the Wharton School, was one of the five recipients of the school’s 2000 Undergraduate Teaching Awards for Associated Faculty. For the past fifteen years, Marston, a partner, has practiced commercial litigation with Bazelon Less & Feldman.
Thomas D. Rapp L’84, a folk singer first successful in the 1960s, was the subject of a cover story in the National Law Journal (July 9, 2001). Rapp, whose debut album, “One Nation Underground” sold 200,000 copies works for a “private law firm with a social conscience.” Although his career in the music industry appeared to be over in 1976, he recently returned to the stage at a Festival in Providence, Rhode Island.
Shanin Specter L’84, founder and partner of Kline & Specter in Philadelphia, has been named to the board of the National Museum of American Jewish History in Philadelphia.
Production Company 20th Television has chosen Judge Lynn C. Toler L’84 to preside in the syndicated courtroom show “Power of Attorney.” Toler remains a judge in the Cleveland Heights, Ohio Municipal Court District.
David N. Feldman W’82, L’85 (email@example.com) was recently elected President of Penn’s Wharton School Alumni Association Executive Board. The volunteer position includes overseeing the alumni board and dozens of worldwide alumni chapters. Feldman heads Feldman & Associates in Manhattan, a 13- attorney firm specializing in corporate, securities, venture capital, private equity, litigation, intellectual property, tax, trusts & estates, franchising and bankruptcy. He lives in Hewlett Harbor, Long Island.
John H. Grady, Jr. L’85 has joined Turner Investment Partners in Berwyn, Pennsylvania as general counsel and chief legal officer. Grady had formerly been a partner in the investment management practice group at Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP.
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