Alice and Stephen Jacobs met at Lake Forest College in Chicago. She was a freshman and he was a sophomore, and for the 53 years they knew each other, Stephen always admired her intellect. “She read all the time and had an inquiring mind; she was very smart,” he said.
He was an example of the America dream.
Giacomo Anthony Campanile who was known as Tony to those he helped furnish their homes, offices, business and even boats, came to the U.S. at 16 from Prata, Avellino, Italy where he was born on May 26, 1938.
Considered a woman before her time and a pioneer of women’s liberation by her family, Isabel Meyer May was the first woman president of Temple Israel of Lawrence and founded a woman-oriented Five Towns-based charity organization.