Zoom Virtual Reunion

The Next ZOOM reunion will be on Thursday, Oct 19, 2023 beginning at 8:00 PM (ET). We expect a fun evening of conversation and catching up.

The session may last up to 9:30 PM. If you cannot attend at 8:00 – login when you can. If you decide to leave before we adjourn that is okay too.

If you are unfamiliar with ZOOM, feel free to contact Ben Bachrach for assistance.

If any of you are interested in helping out organizing future ZOOM reunions, please let us know.

We know we don’t have contact information for many of our classmates and some of the contact information is outdated. Send any contact information for yourself or other classmates to salitube@aol.com

We have sent emails with login info to everyone on our list. If you did not receive such an email, then please send an email to salitube@aol.com to be added to our list.

Classical ’65 Zoom Committee

Ben Bachrach – benbachrach@gmail.com
Mike Backer – salitube@aol.com

Elaine Bloomfield – RIP

Elaine Rose (Verstein) Bloomfield, in her 76th year, of Framingham MA passed away suddenly Thursday, August 24th. She leaves those who will remember her for her great love and passion for people. She leaves her husband of 55 years, Gerald Bloomfield, her daughters Beth Perry and her husband David of Ashland, Elise Warecki and her husband Mark of Millville, four grandchildren, Garrett Perry, Charlotte Perry, El Warecki, and Gavin Warecki.

Elaine leaves her brother Howard Verstein, his wife Linda and their children and grandchildren. She leaves her sister-in-law and lifelong friend, Joyce (Bloomfield) Stankus, her husband Richard and their children and grandchildren. She is preceded in death by her parents Bernard and Bella (Sandman) Verstein. She has many cousins she leaves behind as well as special friends she enjoyed having regular lunches with as well.

Elaine was born in Worcester and graduated from Classical High School and Chamberlain Junior College in Boston. She worked for many years at Whittier Rehabilitation Hospital, New England Rehabilitation Hospital, and National Head Injury Foundation as a medical administrator.

Elaine will be deeply missed and remembered as a caring, loving, kind, patient, compassionate, thoughtful person. Her greatest passion was being at family gatherings which brought her great joy. In her early years she danced with Charlotte Klein Studios with a focus on ballet, which was always greatly recalled in many conversations as another great passion.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made in her memory to the Framingham Food Pantry, 214 Concord Street, Framingham, MA, 01702.

Text taken from: https://www.dignitymemorial.com/obituaries/framingham-ma/elaine-bloomfield-11422540