10645 SW 72nd Ave.
Miami, FL 33156
Classmate: Who is this person?
Ross: You look great.
Classmate: I don't even recognize him.
Ross: You haven't changed a bit.
Classmate: Do I look this bad?
Ross: I guess you want to know what I've been doing since I graduated? Well, I got my BA and BM--music-- from BGSU. I studied cello in Paris. I played in the New World String Quartet for 15 years in the U.S. and Europe, and won the Naumburg Competition in New York. I married Bernice Mrozinski--a pianist from Toledo-33 years ago, and we're still married. We have one son, Nick.
Classmate: Can he see me yawning?
Ross: Now I'm living in Miami, Florida. I teach cello at the University of Miami in Coral Gables. I play concerts around the country with the Bergonzi String Quartet. I visit Toledo once or twice a year to see family.
Classmate: Ho hum. Man, am I thirsty.
Ross: What are you doing now?
Classmate: Hey, is that Pat Ducey over there? I'll be right back.