Still practice in Tacoma, W.A., three grown children, one grandson, love of our lives. Make glass beads from scratch, grow grapes, play mandolin in three bands. xoxo rw
A new knee is a real blessing and a wonderful first grade grandson, a precious gem! I've been very limited by a very bad right knee, but now I can go up and down stairs. Once the air is clearer, I expect to get around even more.
Joseph A. Mele, III, M.D, FACS
For 2007, I have opened a new office in Walnut Creek.
IWe recently moved back to Seattle, WA. I loved Ann Arbor and my colleagues at the University of Michigan, but it is good to return to Seattle. I started my new job as a surgical faculty at the University of Washington and Harborview medical center this August 2006. My wife and I left Seattle 5 years ago, and now we return back with two children, so I am sure we will have a much different perspective.
I got married and changed my name from Kathryn Johnston to Kathryn Meier. I met my husband Michael during my 4th year of medical school and we dated throughout my Peds Residency at Stanford 2001-2004. We married September 2004 and live in San Francisco. I work in a group practice in Greenbrae, CA. Anyway sorry to have missed the fun on June 10, 2006. Would love to hear from friends, the alumni office has my email address.
J. Isaac Barthelow
Dr. Barthelow is excited to return to his home town of Chico, CA and practice comprehensive ophthalmology. He has started a private practice Culles North Valley Eye Care. He and his wife Stephanie are happy to raise their young sons Nathan (6) and Ben (2) in Northern California.