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An Evening of Literature with Betty Lou Blumberg

            A shared love of literature, family, and friendship illuminated Swain Library on May 23. Nearly 90 guests came together to celebrate the establishment of the Betty Lou Blumberg Endowed Chair of English with An Evening of Literature in Betty Lou’s honor.
            Bill Hunter, a Hamden Hall faculty member who was hired by Betty Lou in 1983 and eventually followed in her footsteps as English Department chair, served as moderator. Bill kicked off the program by reading from his own book of retrospective poems, Great Fields Behind Us—reflections about his childhood, nature, and the richness of literature. Bill’s fondness for Betty Lou has resulted in a lifelong friendship, and he said that one of the best parts of the evening was having Betty Lou back on campus—saying she “left us too soon!”
            Betty Lou, taking her turn at the microphone, expressed her heartfelt gratitude to all in the room—donors to the Endowed Chair in her name that included family, friends, colleagues, and alumni.  “I am deeply moved,” Betty Lou said. Looking back on her three decades of teaching at Hamden Hall, from 1971 to 2001, Betty Lou described her colleagues as “wonderful human beings with whom I shared this place, and a love of teaching, of literature, of art.” She gave a loving tribute to her two daughters, Nancy and Debra, and especially to her husband, Joe Blumberg, for their unwavering support of her work. As for her students, with whom she shared all the things she loved in her life: “You can’t find better students anywhere.” Betty Lou then shared a little of herself, reading two poems that held great meaning to her: one about her mother’s death, and the other about the last time—shortly before her retirement—she walked her students to a park across Whitney Avenue where they would write poetry.

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Odes to Betty Lou

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  • Betty Lou Blumberg

    An Evening of Literature with Betty Lou Blumberg

    A shared love of literature, family, and friendship illuminated Swain Library on May 23. Nearly 90 guests came together to celebrate the establishment of the Betty Lou Blumberg Endowed Chair of English with An Evening of Literature in Betty Lou’s honor.
  • Paris Miller Godbout 2000

    Paris Miller Godbout 2000

    Jodi Amatulli
    So grateful to have been in Mrs. Blumberg's Literature of the Holocaust course my senior year. Her literature and her kindness have left a lasting impact on my life.
  • Lisa  Sachs Foppa 1987

    Lisa Sachs Foppa 1987

    Jodi Amatulli
    Your passion for literature inspired me and taught me how to think critically and analytically. I was also moved by your love for your family, which you conveyed, via personal stories about your children and husband in the classroom. I remember you spending countless hours at the end of the school day editing my papers and teaching me how to improve my writing. The red marks on the paper were disheartening, but you persisted in explaining the errors and how to correct them. You did not give up! You also were so compassionate in your teaching style. I remember a time during those writing help sessions in which I felt overwhelmed by external stressors at home. When I met your warm and tender eyes, the tears began to flow.  Your empathy allowed me to let go of the suppressed emotions and feel supported by you. You were patient and understanding. Furthermore, when I was waitlisted at a college, you offered to write me an additional recommendation. I believed this allowed me to secure a spot at the college of my choice.  Lastly, post college, you accepted my request for assistance with an essay to attend a kibbutz program in Israel.  You supported me with my endeavors and with utmost sincerity and compassion. Thank you for sharing your loving, passionate, and intelligent self with me and offering endless assistance. You were and still are a role model to me.  
  • Cynthia Sheppard 1984

    I most remember Betty Lou Blumberg for the absolute joy of reading she brought to our English classes and the care with which she approached the characters inhabiting the books and plays we read. And her shopping bags full of papers to be graded!
  • Katharine "Kathie" Harris

    I not only admired Betty Lou for her dedication to teaching but also appreciated her playfulness when it came to participating in school programs—especially as an enthusiastic Ding-a-Ling (for those of you who may not be aware, a Ding-a-Ling was a participant in the annual “holiday happening” where faculty would entertain the students). I love you, Betty Lou!
  • Jessica Shweky 1994

    Jodi Amatull
    Betty Lou's passion for teaching and Hamden Hall students was always so refreshing. She's a great teacher who we all love. I aspire to run in heels as well as Betty Lou did when rushing down the hallways in between classes!
  • Dr. Joshua Kessler 1991

    Dr. Joshua Kessler 1991

    Jodi Amatulli
    My support of the Betty Lou Blumberg Endowed Chair of English is a token of my appreciation for all that she had done for me and no doubt countless other students who were lucky enough to have had her as a teacher. Betty Lou is one of those once-in-a-lifetime mentors who has such a profoundly positive influence on everyone she has taught. She always took the extra time to help me with English work and also took many hours of her personal time to help me with college and even medical school essays several years after I graduated. Her influence was one of the reasons I went onto minor in English in college, but I have to confess that I never came across another teacher with her passion for literature and unwavering love of teaching.
  • Martin Beatty 1980

    Martin Beatty 1980

    Jodi Amatulli
    I have many fond memories of my experiences of Hamden Hall, such as lasting friendships and the teachers. One of my biggest regrets is that I did not have the opportunity to have Betty Lou Blumberg as a teacher. I was quite jealous of all the many experiences that my friends were having in her class. I am happy for those who had that opportunity and happy for Betty Lou, and the satisfaction that she must have in being such an accomplished teacher and receiving the many praises from fortunate former students. For this, I am extremely happy to support to the Betty Lou Blumberg Endowed Chair of English.
  • Lauren Andersen 2003

    Jodi Amatulli
    I remember Ms. Blumberg's 10th-grade English class with such clarity and fondness. Rather than insisting on a single method for demonstrating comprehension, she encouraged each of us to use our own interests and strengths to learn in a supportive environment. It was in her class that I made my first film, a video interpretation of Lord Jim. Another student wrote an original song in response to the Scarlett Letter. I still to this day remember the words.This experience inspired more than a strong appreciation of Joseph Conrad. It taught us to pursue our own voices and to think creatively about how to observe, interpret and communicate.I feel so fortunate to have been among the lucky ones who learned this lesson early in life, and will be forever grateful to Ms. Blumberg.
  • Laura Manganella Williams 1987

    Laura Manganella Williams 1987

    Jodi Amatulli
    Mrs. Blumberg's passion for literature and for teaching was infectious; books that I never would have otherwise be interested in came to life in her classroom. Even if you weren't that excited about being at school on any given day, you could never show up to her class feeling apathetic; she was fully invested and we need not disappoint her. The learning speaks for itself. There are literary references that I use today that came from a discussion during 12th-grade English class. My husband will sometimes ask, "How do you know that?" My response, "12th-grade English! Too bad that you didn't get to experience ‘Betty Lou's’ in action!" We love you back Mrs. Blumberg and this honor is a tribute to your passion, dedication, and love for teaching. Best wishes and congratulations!!
  • Richard Peck 1972

    Richard Peck 1972

    Jodi Amatulli
    Richard Peck 1972
    Betty Lou was a friend to my late mother, Mary Peck, who taught Lower School at Hamden Hall from 1978 to 1995. Betty Lou was also a lovely woman and one of my mother’s favorites! For me, as a senior graduating the year that Betty Lou arrived at Hamden Hall, I had her only once as a substitute for a few days. But in that short time—we were studying Othello—Betty Lou took Shakespeare to another level for me. 
  • Marc Osborne, Faculty

    Marc Osborne, Faculty

    Jodi Amatulli
    I have the warmest memories of Betty Lou and me visiting each other in our respective classrooms across Whitson Hall's second floor, between classes and particularly after hours. Our conversations were highly stimulating and enthusiastic and would range from linguistic, literary and intellectual interests we shared, to hilarious rants and riffs on the absurdities and delights of the teaching profession. These informal get-togethers lasted for 10 superb years, and Betty Lou's wit, sharp intelligence, and wisdom helped me to become a better teacher and a better man. We built between us an affection and respect that did not often transcend the context of the workplace, but nonetheless made of us meaningful, lifelong friends. She is a significant figure in my career, as vivid in my memory today as ever.
  • James Fennelly 1974

    James Fennelly 1974

    Jodi Amatulli
    I first had Betty Lou Blumberg as a teacher when I was a junior during the 1972 – 1973 academic year. She had just begun her career at Hamden Hall the year before.

    Who can ever forget her usual entrance into the classroom: slightly scattered whirlwind of energy, talking a mile-a-minute, and always laden with tote bags brimming with pounds of books and papers!

    Her natural enthusiasm for her subject was infectious. She introduced me to the joy of literature, the ability to critique and analyze a piece of fiction, and the skill and hard work it takes to put one's thoughts clearly on paper.

    She never played favorites with students, but I suspect I was not alone in feeling that she thought I was special. I remember one afternoon sitting under a tree with her reviewing an essay that I had written. I appreciated her advice on how to make my writing more succinct, but I was particularly grateful for the gift of her time and attention that she took out of her busy day to help me.

    It occurred to me then that I was lucky to have her as a new teacher and to benefit from her enthusiasm, joy, energy, and idealism. What I have come to really appreciate about Betty Lou is that it was those very qualities that never flagged 
    during her long career in Hamden Hall. Now that's an accomplishment!
  • Kelley McDevitt-Hooker 1989

    Kelley McDevitt-Hooker 1989

    Jodi Amatulli
    It is nearly impossible to portray my love and respect for Mrs. Blumberg in one simple story, so instead I will try to convey what an impression she made on me during my challenging teenage years.
    Betty Lou Blumberg was more than a teacher; she was a mentor, a role model, a confidante, an advisor and a loving parent. Her passion for literature and writing, as well as her patience with adolescents, proved the perfect formula for "educator extraordinaire."
    During my years under the pines, I had the privilege of sitting in Mrs. Blumberg's classroom for two years. High school, for me, was indeed extraordinary, as I experienced so many extremes. As an emotionally charged teenager, trying to navigate life's changes, I always knew that Mrs. Blumberg's classroom was a safe haven, during class time or for that matter, anytime.
    Whether discussing Shakespeare, working on a FACES piece or just discussing life, my times with her were precious and she influenced the woman I am today. Further, Mrs. Blumberg's lessons in grammar made me the perfectionist I am today. My colossal Webster's dictionary, won sophomore year for my knowledge of grammatical rules, sits out at my home today.
    Upon graduating from Trinity College with my B.A. in psychology, I decided to pursue elementary education at the University of New Haven. Those outstanding
    teachers who had made such a lasting impression on me, such as Mrs. Blumberg, were with me during my graduate work and ultimate tenure as an elementary school teacher. I wanted to mirror Betty Lou's warmth, respect, passion and knowledge.
    I resigned from teaching 14 years ago in order to raise my own family. Although I am no longer in the classroom full time, I still strive to emulate Mrs. Blumberg's zest for life, respect for education and love of family.
    I am forever grateful, Mrs. Blumberg, for all of your lessons, in and out of your classroom. Thank you, Betty Lou, for always being there for me. XOXOXO
  • Melinda LaVelle Saller 1985

    Melinda LaVelle Saller 1985

    Jodi Amatulli
    When I think of Mrs. Blumberg, I smile! I loved celebrating William Shakespeare's birthday in class. She is one teacher who truly touched my heart, and I feel blessed to have had her as a teacher. My very best to Betty Lou.
  • Michael Sommer 1987

    Michael Sommer 1987

    Jodi Amatulli
    I loved AP English with Mrs. Blumberg. Senior year was amazing!
  • Tara Moss Rozen 1988 and Brian Rozen 1987

    Tara Moss Rozen 1988

    Jodi Amatulli
    Of all of the teachers I have had throughout my academic life, Mrs. Blumberg has had the greatest influence on my day-to-day life. From writing emails, to editing my kids' homework, Mrs. Blumberg's lessons have stuck with me. Much to the chagrin of my friends and family, I even punctuate when I text! I know I am one of hundreds of students who has benefited from Mrs. Blumberg's grammar lessons and her infectious love of literature. This is the reason that I wanted to be a part of honoring and celebrating Mrs. Blumberg in this meaningful way.
  • Joanne Cohen 1980

    Joanne Cohen 1980

    Jodi Amatulli
    I will always remember Betty Lou as not only an exceptional teacher, but a mentor and friend. Her nurturing qualities helped bring out the best in her students. Her gentle guidance and support meant a great deal to me.
  • Elise Calcagnini Palumbo 1981

    Elise Calcagnini Palumbo 1981

    Jodi Amatulli
    Betty Lou was a wonderful teacher and so much more. I could always count on her patience and kindness, her humorous perspective, and her voice of reason—the perfect antidote to my years of teenage angst!
  • Andrew Saxe 1980

    Andrew Saxe 1980

    Jodi Amatulli
    My memories of Betty Lou Blumberg are numerous and vivid, despite the passage of 40 years. Her passion for her subject, steely determination to expose young minds to the wisdom of poets and novelists, and sheer joy in the art of teaching are what render these memories so colorful and so enduring. She was convinced an appreciation of literature, art, poetry shaped an adolescent into a more sentient being, capable of greater happiness for self and greater kindness towards others. How dull and hard a world we would have but for teachers like Betty Lou Blumberg. How much more glorious and full it is for her lifelong dedication to her students.
    That all said, I recall she inadvertently blurted out the ending of Anna Karenina when we had waded through only 200 pages of the 800 page tome, “so it wasn't always wine and roses.”

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  • In appreciation:

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    Shirley L. Aaronson
    William Abelson 1975
    Josef & Cecle Adler
    Mark Adley 1977
    Gale Alanby
    Lucille Alderman
    Barbara Kasowitz Allen 1977
    Jodi Amatulli
    Lauren Andersen 2003
    Dr. Marvin & Gloria Arons
    Benny Aprine
    Marie Arserio
    Joseph Astrachan 1979
    Michael Astrachan 1983
    Dr. Stephen & Rosalind Atkins
    Caryn Azoff
    Andrea Schuman Balough 1984
    Michael Barbaro 1998
    Helen Barnstable
    Elizabeth Barnston
    Christine Adley Battista 1983
    Duane Beasley 1992
    Martin Beatty 1980
    Sally Jacobs Beckerman 1978
    David & Ruthann Beckerman
    Dr. Barbara Beitch & Dr. Richard Yanowitz
    Peter Berdon 1984
    Dr. Gerald & Barbara Berg
    William & Linda Berliner
    Judith Bernstein
    Gavin Black 1975
    Jeffrey & Martha Blue
    Medria Blue-Ellis & Malcolm Ellis
    Debra Blumberg, Michael Healy
         & Emily & Nathaniel Healy
    Joe & Betty Lou Blumberg
    Lester Blumberg & Robin Hasenfeld
    Nancy Blumberg, Mark Weinstein
         & Ben & Matt Weinstein
    Phyllis Blumberg
    Kathryn Keenan Bonito 1990
    Eunice Bragg
    Judith Bratt
    Dr. Irwin M. Braverman
    Karen Brenner Brown 1979
    Philip & Liane Browne
    James Brownstein &
         Michele Herman Brownstein 1972
    Chris Candido 1992
    Al & Albina Cannavaciolo Sr.
    Al Cannavaciolo Jr. 1979
    John Caplan 1981
    William Caplan 1976
    Bill Carroll 1979
    Lorri Carroll
    Vanessa Gamberdella Carroll 1981
    Caitlin Eicher Caspi 1998
    Britta Chambers
    Irene Cheung 1992
    Kinneret Chiel
    Ingrid Chorches
    Jae Chung 2000
    Christopher Coates 1982
    Daniel I. Cohen 1978
    David J. Cohen & Andrea Vandeven &
         Becca & Emily Cohen 
    Joanne Cohen 1980
    Dr. Lawrence & Jane Cohen
    Joshua & Nancy Cohen
    Sue Cohen
    Jeannette Cole 1981
    Jeff & Kathy Coppola
    James Craddock
    Felicia Cuomo 1989
    Dr. Katarina Lujic Curtis 1986
    Martha Cutts
    Cheryl Cwik 1988
    Mary Jo & Terry Deck
    Joan Worms Delfini 1979
    Dr. Michele R. DeMusis 1982
    Dave DeStefano 1981
    Martha Djang
    Peter Dolven 1979
    Gabriella Doob 2003
    Mario F. Dottori Jr. 1980
    Ross Douthat 1998
    Ann Drabkin
    Lois Drabkin 1987
    Cindy Drabkin du Bell 1981
    George & Susan Dummitt
    Meg Sokoloff Edelson 1978
    David Eder 1981
    Mindwell Sargent Egeland 1976
    Michael Eisenfeld 1981
    Marjorie Ellenbogen
    Herb Emanuelson IV 1982
    Emily Epstein 2002
    Herbie Epstein 2005
    Rick & Debbie Epstein
    Avery Esdaile 1996
    Barry Esposito 1980
    Beth Winnick Falcone & Michael Falcone
    Mitchell B. Feierstein 1977
    Paul Feit Ph.D. 1977
    Jim Fennelly 1974
    Ferguson & McGuire
    Lisa Cannavaciolo Ferris 1981
    Christine Festa
    Kate Epstein Fierman 2000
    Tracy Fischer 1978
    Joe & Christine Fontana
    Lisa Sachs Foppa 1987
    Catherine Adley Formo 1979
    Maureen Forte
    Brian Franford 1998
    Claire Frankel
    Ann Freeman
    Lyle R. Gamm 1992
    John Garfield
    Darchelle M. Garner 1979
    Greg & Muriel Garvey
    Joan Gelpey
    David Gilden 1975
    Amanda Glaeser-Bligh 1993
    Paris Miller Godbout 2000
    Douglas Goglia 1981
    Harold & Carole Greenbaum
    Jonathan Greenbaum 1980
    Gary Greenberg 1982
    Glen Greenberg 1985
    Dr. James Greenberg
    Joshua & Reva Greenberg
    Tom Greiner 1984
    Frank Gruskay & Gillie Lender
    Paul & Lesley Gustafson Jr.
    Frances Hack 1978
    Judith Hahn
    Hamden Hall Country Day School
    Yasmin Haque
    Dean & Marcia Harris
    Katharine Harris
    Marilyn & Craig Hewitt
    Marissa Hewitt 1999
    Gretchen Mossberg Highsmith 1975
    Jennifer LaVelle Holguin 1983
    Stephen Hooker 1988 &
         Kelley McDevitt-Hooker 1989
    Regina Hopkins 1976
    Bill & Susan Hunter
    Teddy Hurwitz
    Keron Fitzgerald Incarnato 1991
    Al Ippolito 1975
    Bob & Janet Izzo
    Andrew 1978 & Karen Jacobs
    Tara Johnson-Smith 1989
    James K. Jolly 1979
    Paula Bartlett Joslin 1975
    Joel & Susie Kahan
    Keith Kaliszewski 1998
    Susan Liebowitz Kaminsky 1982
    James Kase 1978
    Dr. Nathan Kase
    Ronald F. Kay 1980
    Yvonne Keenan 1988
    Christopher Kelly 1982
    Rick Kennedy 1981
    Dr. Joshua Kessler 1991
    Lauris Dobrowolski Khan 1974
    Elizabeth Kleber, Ph.D. 1975
    Ronald Kramer 1976
    Dr. Barry Kramer 1980
    Evelyn Krevolin
    Alison Hurwitz Kroll 1985
    Chris Kuselias 1980
    Andrew Laudano 1979
    Lucy Lavely 2007
    Kate Lawder 1978
    Lisa Chapin Lefkowitz 1981
    Lois Lehman
    Michael Lehman 1980
    Carl Lender
    Haris Lender 1981
    Jay Lender 1987
    Joyce Lender
    Marvin & Helaine Lender
    Michael Leventhal 1975
    George Levine
    Marc Levine 1979
    Mimi De Ponte Levine 1983
    Susan Stone Levine 1980
    Dan Levy 1975
    A.C. Lichtenstein 1981
    Phil Lichtenstein 1979
    Deborah Kase Lillian 1975
    Lorraine Lorenze
    Dr. Marko Lujic 1998
    Dr. Petar & Joyce Lujic
    Donna Lyons
    Jim & Kaye Maggart
    Erin Mahon-Moore 1992
    Lou Mangini 1995
    Andy & Mary Pat Maretz
    Jane Maretz
    Brent W. Matza 1999
    Lisa Cutler McAndrews 1979
    Eric McDonald 2000
    Peter McGinnis 1986
    Tricia Coyle McKernan 1986
    Ellen McNamara-Castillo 1979
    Lisa Mercugliano 1985
    Keith Meyerson 1982
    James & Melvin Mezoff
    Dawn A. Miceli
    Shari Millen 1985
    Dr. Denisa Lujic Millhouse 1987
    Hank & Sally Mixsell
    Roy Money & Mary Sapir Lesser
    Dana Birke Montgomery 1983
    Jarret Moore 2001
    David Moser & Marie Greger
    Sue Chapin Musicant 1977
    Dr. Peter & Susan Naiman
    Herb & Edna Newman
    William Nichols 1979
    James O'Brasky 1978
    Dr. Thomas Odinak 1975
    Diana Cuomo Orr 1983
    Marc Osborne & Marcia Marquis
    Elise Calcagnini Palumbo 1981
    Janet Parker 1979
    Richard Peck 1972 Family
    Irving Perlmutter
    Sydney Perry
    John Phipps 1991
    David M. Pilot 1972
    Jared J. Pollard 2001
    Rabbi James & Elena Ponet
    Carl & Terry Porto
    Carl Porto 1986 & Kim Gold Porto 1987
    Arnold & Madeline Potash
    Dr. Lauren Price 2001
    Maria Esposito Prota 1982 & Dr. Carl Prota
    Elizabeth Cusanelli Raccuia 1982
    Irma Felix Rappaport 1982
    Malcolm & Barbara Rashba
    David Rasmussen 1972
    Amy Scarbrough Real 1980
    Elizabeth Levine Reede 1980
    Franklin Todd Renz 1981
    Mr. & Mrs. Randolph Richardson
    Fred Richter & Beth Rosenberg Richter 1985
    Jessica Cheerman Rogers 1995
    Jamie Roseman 1995
    Ilene Goldstein Rosenthal 1970
    Tara Moss Rozen 1988 & Brian Rozen 1987
    Whit Russell
    Joel Sachs 1973 & Debra Kasowitz Sachs 1975
    Ruth Sachs
    Jamie Sadek 1996
    Rafael Salamon 1988
    Melinda LaVelle Saller 1985
    Andrew Saxe 1980
    Gloria Schaffer
    David Scholder 1986
    Bob & Linae Schroeder
    David Scott 1982
    John Scott 1979
    Ron Scott Jr. 1980
    Daniel Seigel 1996
    James & Carol Shanbrom
    Sidney & Elinor Shanbrom
    Richard Shank
    Rabbi Rona Shapiro
    Helen Sheehy
    Cynthia Sheppard 1984
    Edwin Sherman III & Sheryl Ash
    H. William Shure
    Bruce Shutan 1979
    Caron Shutan 1975
    Evan Shweky 1982
    Jessica Shweky 1994
    Susan E. Skolnick
    David Slossberg 1981
    William Slusky 1975
    Matt Small 1991
    Michael & Mary Jane Smith
    Alexis Highsmith Smith 1997
    Rolan Joni Young Smith 1978
    The Hon. Lisa Sokoloff 1976
    David Solomon 1995
    Dr. Lawrence & Carol Solomon
    Michael Sommer 1987
    Teresa Cannavaciolo Souza 1977
    Bob Spiegel 1980
    Alison Stein 1999
    Joe Stein 2007
    Sam Stein 2000
    Dr. Stephen Stein & Dr. Emily Fine
    Betsy Stern
    Eve Stone
    Susan Stone Levine 1980
    Eileen Swirsky
    Dr. Howard & Martha Taubin
    Kristin Gardner 1989
    Jeff & Robyn Teplitzky
    Dr. Sanda Lujic Tomak 1989
    Sue & Gary Toole
    Nicole Troncale 1990
    Dr. Frank & Mary Troncale
    Jonathan Tross 1997
    Reginald Tucker 1993
    Phyllis Vena 2002
    James Vender 1998
    Martha Venter
    David Wade 1993
    Sharon Cohen Webb 1981
    Ellen Slusky Weinstein 1977
    MarkWeinstein & Nancy Blumberg
         & Ben & Matt Weinstein 
    William Wells 1975
    Marian F. Wexler
    Sharon Liebowitz White 1979
    Deborah Whittington 1991
    Laura Manganella Williams 1987
    Stephanie Stiefel Williams 1983
    Edward & Mary Lou Winnick
    Michael Winnick & Victoria Hauser Winnick
    Dr. Rick Winters 1982
    Daniel Winterson 1992
    Betsy Wollman
    Noah Wortman 1993
    Dr. Meghan Wulster-Radcliffe 1991 &
         Dr. Scott Radcliffe
    Steven Yudkin 1990
    Dan & Terry Zibello Jr.
    Michael Zibello 1987
    Paul Zibello 1989
    Sharon Chepovsky Ziegler 1978
    Alexis Zingale 1994
    Richard & Joanne Zitser
    Adrian Zuckerman 1975

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