After transferring my dermatology practice to a Hopkins colleague in 2008, I now peddle medical software that I designed (www.PCArchiver.com). Since I can manage sales and support online and since my wife of 54 years (Lynne Friedman, UCity ’59) works as a free-lance medical journalist and editor, we have been free to travel. During the last 8 years, we spent four winters in New Zealand, one in Thailand, one in Vietnam, one in Buenos Aires, and this last one in Tucson, Jan-Mar each year now.
I bike twice a week (6 days a week during our winter in Tucson), and often go on biking trips. In recent years, I have biked in Vietnam, India, Thailand, Israel, Italy, France, Germany, Poland, Chile, and elsewhere. I just got back from the UK in Sept 2018 from a 22 day bike ride from the southern tip of England to the northern tip of Scotland, 1000 miles. Biking in Greece and Israel in 2019. If you care to see more, go to www.Lambergfamily.com.
I am in three book clubs and a film group, like to cook dinner most nights (now on a pressure cooker kick), garden (chairman of the grounds committee for our condo building), watercolor, theater (but no musicals!), and support a lot of causes (a medical student scholarship at WU, a research prize at Hopkins, a physician in Ethiopia, are examples).
Our son and his family live in Pleasantville, NY, and our daughter and her family in Boston. Each of them has two daughters. Wished we lived closer.
Sorry to have missed the 60th (the mailed invitation was sent to an old address). Anyway, I had a nice mini-reunion in Scottsdale in February with Betty Jane, Perry, Denny, and Alan Kaufman and our spouses. And, fun to remeet classmates at the 80th birthday party in St. Louis. See you at the 65th.