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George Warga recently moved to Winnetka Dental Arts, 570 Lincoln Ave., Suite 3, Winnetka, IL 60093.
Egon Schein will be appearing in the independent movie Killing Poe, scheduled to be released in April. He is playing a psychiatrist (couldn’t you guess from the photo?) It’s just two minutes on screen, but what the heck! Waiting to hear from Hollywood! (Not!)
Paul Akers recently returned from San Francisco, where he watched some of the races of the America’s Cup. He reports that it was amazing to see sailboats go 50 mph — two to three times the speed of the wind. That’s a lot different than the Race to Mackinac, where boats average 5-8 mph. Jodi and Mike Nolan joined them and visited the America’s Cup Village after their trip to Napa Valley. All enjoyed a few libations after the race day.
Lt. Christopher Cannon, middle son of Sue and Mark Cannon, completed aviation training at Fort Rucker in Alabama this past September and is now both a fixed and rotary wing pilot. Lt. Cannon married Amanda Glasgow in May and they have set up residence near Fort Drum, NY. He was scheduled to be deployed to Afghanistan with the 10th Air Calvary following the marriage of Sue and Mark’s oldest daughter, Andrea, to Jim Thomson Oct. 5 in Minneapolis.
Patrick Foley of Foley Orthodontics in Lake Zurich and president of the Illinois Society of Orthodontists announced an addition to the family: grandson Marcus Kendrick Foley. Patrick was pleased to be joined at a recent ISO meeting by his wife, Rita Foley, and son, John Foley, of Northwest Orthodontics.
Dave Simone attended the United Nations Environment Programme Mercury Treaty signing in Minamata, Japan.
Spiro Karras is proud to announce that his younger daughter, Theresa, just entered dental school at the University of Illinois at Chicago. She joins her sister, Maria, who is a junior.
Benjamin LoGiudice, Class of 1998, was honored to Light the Flame before the UIC Flames/Loyola Ramblers men’s basketball game Jan. 16.
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