Alumni Updates: Latest news and notes, May 2018

Posted by vanessa on April 18, 2018

Class of 1967

Michael Fine, PT would like to reconnect with classmates. He writes: “I retired in September 2017 after 50 years of practice.  I’m not 100% certain as to what the future holds in my retirement years but if I were to do anything professionally it most probably would be in the realm of hippotherapy which I have been involved with in the past.  Photo not available, do not do social media nor text.  Best means of communication via email (malanfinept@gmail.com) and telephone (H) 269-278-1108, (C) 269-858-6578.  Address: 14600 Drummond Road, Three Rivers, MI 49093. Thank you and looking forward to this adventure."

Class of 1979

Tony Sassone, PT, writes: “I have had a long and fruitful career as a physical therapist. I am now retired after practicing for 38 years, mostly in home health physical therapy. My professional journey has been completed, from being educated in the wonderful program at Columbia to now having the time to enjoy my grandchildren.”

Tony Sassone with grandchildren

Class of 2004

Megan (Reinhardt) Golden, DPT and Katie Lowes, DPT, OCS are now at TAG Physical Therapy in the South Bay area of Los Angeles. Katie writes, “We are both so happy to be working together!”


 
L-R: Katie Lowes, Megan (Reinhardt) Golden   


Class of 2015

Marianna Kogut, DPT, has accepted a position as a pediatric resident at Kennedy Krieger Institute in Baltimore, MD

Marianna Kogut
 

Class of 2016
Jennifer Crespo. DPT got married on 4/22/18 and is now Jennifer Crespo Esquerre. She is working as a physical therapist at Excel PT in Oakland, NJ.


 

Class of 2017

Julia Rosenthal, DPT, is a physical therapy resident at the Harkness Center for Dance Injuries, New York, NY. In the photo, Julia (Right)  with Rebecca Kesting, DPT, Class of 2016.  Julia writes, “Rebecca completed the residency at Harkness last year, and is now at Harkness as a full time PT. This photo was taken honoring her for completing the residency, and welcoming me to the program during our first quarterly staff meeting after I started.”

















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