The Children Grow Up

Benjamin B. Ferencz

Our four children are now adults. All of them have been well educated and hold college degrees. Keri, our oldest child, worked in computers at the University of California, Berkeley, until she decided to teach herself Spanish and qualify as a legal interpreter in immigration cases. Our daughter Robin received a Masters degree from Stanford University and became a government employee before retiring to do social work in Ronkonkoma, New York. Our son Donald acquired degrees is law and business administration before serving as an international tax attorney for several multinational firms. He resigned to work on world peace problems and lives a few miles from our home. Our daughter Nina is a lawyer employed by the Environmental Protection Agency in New York. All of them seem happily married and we now qualify as grandparents. They are all in good health and gainfully employed in socially significant activities. Who could ask for anything more?