Henry Foner ¹39 5.11.03eventLast summer Jewish Currents magazine published a short memoir by Henry Foner (’39). “From the Bandstand: The Odyssey of a Catskills Resort Musician” chronicles his experience as a saxophonist in the 1930s and ’40s. Foner is emeritus president of the Joint Board of Fur, Leather and Machine Workers Union and a lifelong labor activist.




Emil DiPaola Jr. (’55) is retired from Smith Barney Company, where he worked for 46 years and attained the position of vice president. A resident of Amityville, N.Y., DiPaola is an honored, longtime member of the American Legion.

Frederick Harrison ¹55 at Reunion 2015Frederick Harrison (’55) just authored his seventh novel, November Station, the latest in his Intelligence Community Series.




MidnightShrinkBookJacket edreyfus author croppedEdward A. Dreyfus (’58) authored his third novel, the psychological thriller The Midnight Shrink (2015). Dreyfus has been a practicing psychologist in Santa Monica, Calif., for more than 50 years.





Marty Klein (’61) is president of Marty Klein Enterprises. The senior entertainment industry executive has a resume that includes more than 20 years with the William Morris Agency in the roles of senior agent/manager and VP.

Julia B. Fee Sotheby’s International Realty welcomed new agent Rose Janet Demasi (’64) to its office. Demasi has over 30 years of real estate experience in Westchester County, N.Y.

Paula (Giangreco '65) Cullison head shot 001Paula Giangreco Cullison (’65) is president and founder of the Arizona Women’s Partnership, Inc., an all-volunteer nonprofit that awards grants to charities assisting underserved women and children. She is a recipient of a 2015 AmAZing Woman Award presented by the National Bank of Arizona and the Phoenix Suns.


Austin Marxe (’65) became a trustee of the Baruch College Fund in April; he is the founder of Special Situations Funds.

Max Berger 5300Longtime Baruch College Fund Trustee Max W. Berger (’68) assumed the BCF presidency in July. Berger is senior founding partner at the law firm of Bernstein Litowitz Berger & Grossmann LLP.



John J. Raggio (’68) married Dr. Donna Reva Kesselman in May. Raggio is a partner in Sealift, a company that transports goods worldwide.