Class of 1956
As a recent retiree, Jerry Stulberg is enjoying a little more spare time, which he usually spends at his beach home, surfing, fishing, skiing, traveling, or doing charity work.
Stulberg still remembers working three jobs to get through medical school, making $325 a month at most. Now that those days are over, he believes in helping those who are less fortunate through charity work. “It’s much more fun giving money away than it was to make it,” Stulberg says.
Stulberg had his own radiology practice in the Los Angeles area for many years and was an adjunct professor at UCLA through the Martin Luther King Jr. General Hospital and the Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science. He also reviewed radiologists’ cases for the California State Board of Consumer Affairs, something he continues to do on occasion in his retirement. A native of Grand Rapids, Minnesota, Stulberg now lives near Los Angeles in Sherman Oaks, California, with his wife, Elaine Phillips. (They’ll celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary on St. Patrick’s Day.) He also has four sons—three of whom are lawyers—and six grandchildren to keep him busy.