Alumni NewsFor alumni and friends Halls of Fame 2016 DIVISION I The September 24 Division I Hall of Fame dinner honored Donald Margolin, BS’57 (Ruth), baseball and men’s basketball; Walter Michel, BS’69 (Metro), men’s bowling; Andrew Nucifora, BS’04 (Metro), men’s soccer; Mike Policastro, BA’94 (Metro), baseball; and the 2005–2006 women’s bowling team. The Al LoBalbo Award was presented to Jim Calhoun, a member of the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame and former head men’s basketball coach for the University of Connecticut and Northeastern University. ![The Division I Hall of Fame inductees](//cdn.coverstand.com/33182/378751/article_assets/FDU_Magazine_Online_Winter_Spring_2017_Page_44_Image_0002.jpg)The Division I Hall of Fame inductees ![Al LoBalbo awardee Jim Calhoun](//cdn.coverstand.com/33182/378751/article_assets/FDU_Magazine_Online_Winter_Spring_2017_Page_44_Image_0003.jpg) Al LoBalbo awardee Jim Calhoun ![Christi (White) O’Neil, BA’08 (Metro), and Kristina (Szalay) Arocho, BA’06 (Metro), MAT’08, both of the 2005– 2006 women’s bowling team](//cdn.coverstand.com/33182/378751/article_assets/FDU_Magazine_Online_Winter_Spring_2017_Page_44_Image_0006.jpg) **Christi (White) O’Neil,** BA’08 (Metro), and **Kristina (Szalay) Arocho,** BA’06 (Metro), MAT’08, both of the 2005– 2006 women’s bowling team — FDU’s first NCAA champions. ***DIVISION III*** ![Alumni News](//cdn.coverstand.com/33182/378751/article_assets/FDU_Magazine_Online_Winter_Spring_2017_Page_44_Image_0001.jpg) Division III athletics honored Florham Campus athletes Lauren Brazier, BA’11, volleyball; **Brittany Kanickij,** BA’11, MAT’12, women’s soccer; **Matthew Oliveto,** BA’12, baseball; **Krystal Birmingham Sacco**, BA’08, MAT’09, field hockey; **Angela Sorrentino Salisbury**, BS’02, women’s basketball; and **Scott Shadiack**, BS’07, MBA’10, men’s lacrosse; and the **1984 field hockey team**. ![The Division III Hall of Fame inductees](//cdn.coverstand.com/33182/378751/article_assets/FDU_Magazine_Online_Winter_Spring_2017_Page_44_Image_0005.jpg) The Division III Hall of Fame inductees **Richard Mosca**, former head football coach (2002–2010) and offensive coordinator (1985–1989, 2000–2001), received the Contribution to FDU Athletics Award, and the Dennis McAdam Memorial Scholarships went to **Kelsey Leibner**, a psychology major and field hockey defender, and **Ryan Rigby,** a sports administration major and men’s basketball forward. ![Krystal Birmingham Sacco, BA’08, MAT’09 (Flor), Division III Hall of Famer, through the lens](//cdn.coverstand.com/33182/378751/article_assets/FDU_Magazine_Online_Winter_Spring_2017_Page_44_Image_0004.jpg) **Krystal Birmingham Sacco,** BA’08, MAT’09 (Flor), Division III Hall of Famer, through the lens ---------- **In Vino Veritas** ![In Vino Veritas](//cdn.coverstand.com/33182/378751/article_assets/d20.jpg) Alumni of all ages with a shared interest in wine gathered on November 2 for a private tasting event at Beneduce Vineyards in Pittstown, N.J. The vineyard offered an assortment of wines, an expert presentation and a variety of food. The Alumni Association Board of Governors hosted the gathering, and guests included, from left: **Joannie Cargill,** BS’06 (Flor); **Lorren Cargill,** BA’06 (Flor); **Arkady Smolyansky,** BS’06 (Flor); and **Sarah Koves,** BS’06, MBA’09 (Flor). *(Photo courtesy of Loren Cargill)* ---------- **Family Weekend and Homecoming** ![Family Weekend and Homecoming](//cdn.coverstand.com/33182/378751/article_assets/d23.jpg) Alumni and their families celebrated this year’s Homecoming and Alumni Awards at the Florham Campus on October 22. Highlights included a Devils football Pink Out game against King’s College to support **Jenn Noon**, associate director of athletics, head women’s field hockey coach and head women’s golf coach (Flor), in her fight against breast cancer *(see Sports, this issue)*. The Alumni Association Board of Governors recognized three notable alumni: **Kerri McCullough Wood**, MBA’07 (Metro), who was named the Outstanding Young Alumna; **Peter Knowles,** BA’07 (Flor), the Volunteer of the Year; and **Neil Koenig,** BS’72 (Flor), who received The Elia G. Stratis CASTLE Award for a lifetime of outstanding loyalty and service to FDU. In addition, supporter **Marshall Bartlett**, an adjunct professor and executive-in-residence in the master of science in taxation program, was recognized with an Honorary Alumnus citation. The Knauff Family Scholarship was presented to **Serina Grande,** a Florham Campus junior studying wealth management. ---------- HONORING THE CLASS OF **1967** **The Office of Alumni Relations is looking for volunteers to serve** on the FDU Society Induction Ceremony and Brunch Planning Committee. This year’s event, to be held on Sunday, May 21, will honor FDU’s 50th anniversary class — the Class of 1967 — along with members of earlier classes. Contact **[201-692-7013](tel:201-692-7013)** or email **[email@example.com](mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org)** for more information. ---------- ![SAVE THE DATES](//cdn.coverstand.com/33182/378751/article_assets/d22.jpg) **SAVE THE DATES** **April 1, 2017** **DINNER AND A SHOW** **Location:** Lenfell Hall, Hennessy Hall, and Dreyfuss Theater, Florham Campus **Time:** 6 p.m. Dinner followed by the visual and performing arts department’s production of “Legally Blonde” **[www.myfdu.net/legallyblonde17](http://www.myfdu.net/legallyblonde17)** **May 21, 2017** **FDU SOCIETY INDUCTION CEREMONY AND BRUNCH** **Location:** Hassan Orangerie, John and Joan Monninger Center, Florham Campus **Time:** 11:30 a.m.–2:30 p.m. Honoring the Class of 1967 and earlier graduates **[www.myfdu.net/fdusociety17](http://www.myfdu.net/fdusociety17)** **June 9, 2017** **CHARTER DAY DINNER AND THE PINNACLE AWARDS** **Location:** Florham Campus **Time:** 5 p.m., PINNACLE Awards; 7 p.m., Cocktail Reception; 8 p.m., Dinner Supporting scholarship fund **[www.myfdu.net](http://www.myfdu.net)** **July 15– July 21, 2017** **WROXTON COLLEGE GETAWAY** **Location**:Wroxton, England For FDU alumni and friends **[www.myfdu.net/wroxtongetaway17](http://www.myfdu.net/wroxtongetaway17)** ---------- **ALUMNI NOTES** ![FDU is celebrating is 75th Anniversary! Share your memories at myfdu.net.memories75.](//cdn.coverstand.com/33182/378751/article_assets/memories.jpg) ***1963*** **Robert Alfano,** BS, MS’64 (Metro), an optical science and engineering pioneer, received the Optical Society of America (OSA) Michael S. Feld Biophotonics Award for his leadership and contributions in biophotonics for cancer detection. He also received the following awards in recent years: the American Physical Society’s Arthur L. Schawlow Prize in Laser Science, SPIE’s Britton Chance Biomedical Optics Award and OSA’s Charles Hard Townes Award. A professor of science and engineering at City College of New York, he holds 114 patents and has raised $64 million in research funding and has written *The Supercontinuum Laser Source: The Ultimate White Light,* published by Springer. **Barry-Lee (Cub) Coyne,** BA (Metro), has transitioned from print journalist to television as a host and producer for Capital Community Television (CCTV) in Salem, Ore. He emcees various shows: “Gray Matters,” on aging; “Culturama,” on the arts; and “Our Noble Globe,” on foreign countries. Coyne writes that he welcomes emails from former peers at **[email@example.com](mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org)**. ***1965*** **Bob Armstrong,** BS (Metro); **Joe Lapaglia,** BA (Metro); and their spouses **Margaret Mundy Lapaglia,** BS’66 (Metro), and Pat Armstrong met for dinner at Brennan’s Steakhouse in Belmar, N.J. ***1966*** **Gregory Olsen**, BS, BS’68, MS’68 (Metro), was inducted as a member of Cento Amici, a New Jersey philanthropic organization that funds scholarships. Robert Zito, Cento Amici president, commended Olsen for his commitment to education and his generosity in giving back to the community and to students. ***1970*** **Sotirios Vahaviolos,** BS (Metro), is founder of the Mistras Group, West Windsor, N.J., which makes products and offers services to prevent oil-refinery disasters. It also uses drones to inspect refineries. A feature story, “Mistras Adds an Eagle to Its Inspection Force,” was published in the June 1 issue of *U.S. 1* newspaper. ***1974*** **John Foley**, BA’74 (Metro), a musician and music therapist, has published *Guitar Music for the Mid-life Crisis (Music): Why We Listen, Why We Play* through Outskirts Press in August 2015. **Donald Moliver,** BA (Flor), dean of the Leon Hess Business School at Monmouth University, West Long Branch, N.J., founded and directed the Kislak Real Estate Institute, which has celebrated its 22nd anniversary. He also was named to Monmouth’s Steven J. and Elaine Pozycki Professorship in Real Estate Studies. **Debra Simon,** BS (Metro), founder, DMSimon CPA in Ramsey, N.J., was recognized by the New Jersey Society of Certified Public Accountants (NJCPA) in its “Women of Note” feature in the September/October *New Jersey CPA* magazine. She is a program leader for the American Management Association, where she helps executives not in financial fields and business owners identify and understand the financial and tax ramifications of their operations. She is an active member of both the New York and New Jersey societies of CPAs. ***1978*** **Pirooz “Pete” Joodi**, MS (Metro), a doctor of engineering science graduate of Columbia University, retired on September 1 after 38 years in the power, aeronautics manufacturing and technology industries, most recently as an IBM distinguished engineer. He and his wife, Ellen, live in Ohio, and he writes that they are grateful Americans and proud parents of four accomplished sons. **Robert Wallace**, MBA (Ruth), is adjutant general of the Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States. Prior to joining the VFW staff in 1996, he worked in the banking industry in New Jersey for 24 years and served as deputy commissioner/ administrator of veterans affairs under then Gov. Thomas Kean. **William Schwerzler,** BS, MBA’83 (Metro), was named assistant vice president at Boiling Springs Savings Bank in Rutherford, N.J. He joined the bank in 2013 and is its senior credit analyst. ---------- SPOT PROFILE **On the Front Lines** ![MARTHA PAPSON GARCIA](//cdn.coverstand.com/33182/378751/article_assets/FDU_Magazine_Online_Winter_Spring_2017_Page_46_Image_0002.jpg) **MARTHA PAPSON GARCIA,** MBA’92 (Ruth), who served in the U.S. Army, is now serving fellow veterans as FDU’s new director of veterans services for outreach. When she left the military in 1988, after two years in South Korea, she found transition support lacking. After reading about Operation College Promise in 2009, she worked toward a position helping veterans, even becoming a member of that program’s advisory board. In addition to attending local chamber of commerce meetings, sitting on panels and advocating for FDU veterans, she plans to establish a larger veteran presence on the Florham Campus, to hold seminars and workshops on veteran needs for FDU faculty and staff and to support the Student Veterans Association. “There’s no greater honor than to help our veterans transfer their skills from the military to civilian life,” she says. ---------- ***1979*** **Henry Adams,** BS (Metro), executive vice president at Kiewit Corp., was elected to 2016 class of the National Academy of Construction. Class members “represent the best of the best of those who distinguished themselves through stellar careers and contributions to the engineering and construction industry.” Three hundred leaders were considered in the nomination and election process. Adams began his career at Kiewit as a field engineer in 1979. ***1980*** **Paul Helderman,** BS, MS’92 (Flor), was appointed partner at Withum- Smith+Brown, PC’s tax-services practice in Morristown, N.J., where he focuses on federal corporate income tax issues. He advises clients on tax accrual, internal tax department controls, compliance, taxing authority audits and planning. Before that, he served PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP as tax director. ***1981*** **Jackie Chirichella,** BS (Ruth), received the first Tracy Morgan Award for Excellence in Rehabilitation Nursing. Created by actor and comedian Tracy Morgan, the award honors a rehabilitation nurse at JFK Johnson Rehabilitation Institute.According to Morgan, she assisted in his recovery and assured him he would get better after his 2014 New Jersey Turnpike accident. ***1982*** **Sherri Teitel McMahon,** BSN (Ruth), and nine other alumni from the Rutherford nursing class of 1982 reunited after 34 years, dining and reminiscing at The Chart House restaurant in Weehawken, N.J.Attending were **Pat Klemm**, BSN; **Sandy Resnick Rubenstein**, BSN; **Janet Taub Morrissey**, BSN; **Ferne Wechsler Cohen,** BSN; **Alyssa Blum Schraier**, BSN; **Leslie Rickin Cantillo**, BSN; **Deb Fiume Potts**, BSN; **Deb Weintraub Meyers**, BSN; and **Eleanor Ramos Chiconelli,** BSN.McMahon writes that they hope to make it an annual event and include other alumni from their nursing class. ***1983*** **Henrietta Lucibello Fuchs**, BS/MS (Metro), a senior manager in CohnReznick’s Roseland, N.J., office, was recognized by the New Jersey Society of Certified Public Accountants (NJCPA) in its “Women of Note” feature in the September/ October *New Jersey* CPA magazine. A 2012 honoree as well, she chairs NJCPA’s Student Programs and Scholarship Committee, as well as serving as a trustee of the NJCPA Scholarship Fund. ***1985*** **Giorgio Di Vincenzo,** BS, DMD’89 (Metro), was elected president of the New Jersey Dental Association. He is director of periodontology and implant surgery at New York Methodist Hospital and is an assistant clinical professor at the New York University College of Dentistry, N.Y.C. ***1986*** **Susan Young,** MBA (Flor), Morris County Vocational School District Board’s business administrator/ board secretary, is president elect of the New Jersey Association of School Business Officials (NJASBO) for the school year. She has served as president, past president, treasurer and secretary with the Morris County ASBO. ***1991*** **John Azarian**, BS (Metro), and his wife, Donna, were awarded the prestigious Aquinas Medal at the Annual Tribute Dinner at St. Thomas Aquinas College, Sparkill, N. Y., in October.Azarian is co-founder and CEO of The Azarian Group and owner of Azarian Realty Co.The Azarians created the Azarian Family Scholarship at St. Thomas Aquinas College, Sparkhill, N.Y. John is also a member of the school’s board of trustees and an adjunct professor in its School of Business. ---------- SPOT PROFILE **Recording Artist Returns** ![BRYNN STANLEY](//cdn.coverstand.com/33182/378751/article_assets/FDU_Magazine_Online_Winter_Spring_2017_Page_47_Image_0002.jpg) **BRYNN STANLEY,** BA’07 (Flor), found her love of performing as a member of the cast of “Hair” at the Florham Campus. Eight years later, she released her debut album, a fun and cheerful frolic through the West Coast sunshine called “Hello, California.” . Stanley brought her unique style, which marries the slow, soulful sounds of Ella Fitzgerald with the more upbeat, jazzy-pop of Sara Bareilles, back to campus as a part of FDU’s 2016 Words-Art-Music Festival (WAMFest), performing in the campus’ Italian Gardens. Her set included songs from the Great American Songbook, an original composition from “Hello, California” and a “jazzified” cover of Andy Grammer’s 2015 multi-platinum hit, “Honey, I’m Good.” . Stanley is working on her next release, a five-song collection scheduled to come out next year. ---------- ***1992*** **Gene Waddy,** BS (Metro), was the keynote speaker for the 2016 Richard M. Clarke Distinguished Entrepreneurial Lecture at the Florham Campus. He is the owner and founder of DIVERSANT LLC, the nation’s largest African- American-owned IT staffing firm. In 2014, he was inducted into The PINNACLE Society at FDU. **1993** **Jackie Fik, MAT (Flor),** has been appointed vice principal of Randolph (Township) Middle School, effective July 1. She has been with the New Jersey district for 22 years, most recently as the school’s instructional coach. ***1999*** **Yoeuijoo Kim,** BA (Metro), had a solo exhibit titled “My Shamanism” at University College Art Gallery on FDU’s Metropolitan Campus in September and October. She has had solo and group shows in South Korea, Japan, Italy and the United States, and her work has appeared in various publications, including the Japanese newspaper *Hokuriku* and the book *Patjis (Bad Girls) on Parade.* An art therapist, Kim holds an MFA from Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University and studied painting and sculpture at the New York Studio School. ***2001*** **Roman Oben,** MPA (Metro), the National Football League’s senior director of youth and high-school development, was named a University of Louisville (UofL) Alumni Fellow at the school’s 34th Wilson Wyatt Alumni Awards. An economics graduate and football player at UofL in Kentucky, he was in the NFL from 1996 to 2008 and helped the Tampa Bay Buccaneers win their first Super Bowl title in 2003. Oben is an adjunct faculty member in FDU’s Anthony J. Petrocelli College of Continuing Studies. ---------- SPOT PROFILE **Olympic Experience** ![DANIEL MARKS](//cdn.coverstand.com/33182/378751/article_assets/FDU_Magazine_Online_Winter_Spring_2017_Page_48_Image_0005.jpg) Last summer, **DANIEL MARKS**, BS’16 (Metro), interned at the Rio Olympics. He was hired by NBC Universal as a hospitality guide for its executive team, clients, celebrities and former Olympic athletes. “Our role as guides was to accompany guests to the events and tours and to make sure they had an optimal Olympic experience,” says Marks, seen here on Rio’s Sugarloaf Mountain. He says, “The diverse and global student body at FDU gave me valuable communication skills and world views, making me feel confident in a country I had never visited before.” ---------- ***2003*** **Michael McGinn**, MPA (Metro), was promoted to lieutenant in the North Brunswick (N.J.) Township Police Department. A Traffic Safety Bureau commander, he has been in the Detective Bureau and was a shift supervisor for the Uniform Patrol Division. He was honored with a Valor Award by the 200 Club of Middlesex County and is noted for cases in homicide, sex crimes and aggravated assault by vehicle. ***2006*** **Stephen Chung**, BS, MS’08 (Metro), director of quality assurance, Air Scent International, Pittsburgh, Pa., oversees logistics, sales research and development and regulatory affairs, ensuring compliance with revised national and worldwide requirements. ***2007*** **Andrew Cavitolo,** BS, MS’08 (Flor), chief executive officer and creative director, and **Bobby Stern**, BS’08 (Flor), president of special events, both of Riviera Caterers, Brooklyn, N.Y., were keynote speakers for FDU’s second annual “50 Under 50” Alumni Business Leaders Awards event. **Brittany Figliolino Fedun,** BS/MS (Flor), a manager at Wilkin & Guttenplan P.C., East Brunswick, N.J., was recognized by the New Jersey Society of Certified Public Accountants (NJCPA) in its “Women of Note” feature in the September/October *New Jersey CPA* magazine. ***2008*** **Rachel Anevski,** MA (Flor), founder and CEO of Matters of Management, LLC (M2), a Wayne, N.J., consulting, growth strategy and placement firm, was named a Leading Woman Entrepreneur or Intrapreneur of New Jersey by Leading Women Entrepreneurs. ***2011*** **Lea Rodriguez,** MAS (Metro), vice president of patient care services and chief nursing officer at Clara Maass Medical Center, Belleville, N.J., was named Nurse of the Year at the 10th Annual NJBIZ Healthcare Heroes awards in July. The honor recognizes individuals and organizations having significant impact on the quality of health care in New Jersey. ---------- **Pen Names** BOOKS BY FAIR LEIGH DICKINSON UNIVERSITY ALUMNI ![Where Do I Belong?] (//cdn.coverstand.com/33182/378751/article_assets/FDU_Magazine_Online_Winter_Spring_2017_Page_48_Image_0003.jpg) **Where Do I Belong?** By Tony Mancus, BA’68 (Ruth) Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform ![The Man on the Washing Machine](//cdn.coverstand.com/33182/378751/article_assets/FDU_Magazine_Online_Winter_Spring_2017_Page_48_Image_0002.jpg) **The Man on the Washing Machine** By Susan Cox, BA’72 (Ruth) Publisher: Minotaur Books/Macmillian ![Jesus Was a Homeboy](//cdn.coverstand.com/33182/378751/article_assets/FDU_Magazine_Online_Winter_Spring_2017_Page_48_Image_0001.jpg) **Jesus Was a Homeboy** By Kevin Carey, MFA’04 (Flor) Publisher: CavanKerry Press, Ltd. “You were a tough professor, but we needed that to be ready for this > nursing program. You set the foundation for our career[s], and we’ll > always be grateful for that! Rest easy, Dr. A.” > **— NICOLE RODRIGUES, junior nursing major, via Facebook** **RONALD CALISSI,** BA’70 (Metro), MBA’89 (Ruth), executive associate dean, Anthony J. Petrocelli College of Continuing Studies and director of its School of Administrative Science, died September 23 at the age of 69. He came to FDU after a 30-year career in law enforcement — at the Bergen County Sheriff’s Office, the state Division of Criminal Justice and the Bergen County Police and Fire Academy, which he directed. He worked extensively to tailor FDU programs to the needs of police officers and firefighters. While an FDU student, he lettered in track and field (shot put) and was tri-campus weightlifting champion (1967– ’69). He received The PINNACLE award at FDU in 2001. Among his survivors is his wife, Deborah Fredericks, associate dean of continuing education operations and college learning outcomes assessment at Petrocelli College. Donations may be made to a scholarship named for him at **[myfdu.net/calissi](http://myfdu.net/calissi).** **JAMES KUEHL,** professor emeritus of philosophy and retired director of University core at the Florham Campus, died October 15 at the age of 74. Over more than 40 years at FDU, starting as an assistant professor of philosophy, he made significant updates to the core curriculum, launched the freshman course The Global Challenge and aided in the development of FDU’s Global Virtual Faculty. Kuehl retired in 2015. **ROBERT SHAW**, retired associate professor of physics, died August 24 at the age of 76. He served FDU for more than 25 years, starting as an adjunct professor, becoming a full-time faculty member in 1993 and retiring in 2015. A celebration of his life was held at the Florham Campus. ---------- **Alumni In Memoriam** ***1940s*** Raymond Marquart, AA’47 (Ruth) ***1950s*** John Amerspek, BS’51 (Ruth) Robert Fenner, Sr., BS’53 (Ruth) Audrey Hook Mount, AA’56 (Ruth) John Ruzila, BS’56 (Ruth) Robert Smith, BS’57 (Metro) Ralph Padovano, BS’58 (Ruth) William Kineyko, BS’59 (Metro) ***1960s*** Neilson “Dutch” Bertholf, Jr., BS’60, MBA’66 (Ruth) Robert Feingold, BS’60 (Metro) Carmine Pellechio, Sr., BA’60 (Ruth) Edward Pieluc, BS’60 (Metro) John Scarpa, BS’60 (Ruth), DMD’64 (Metro) Daniel Schweikert, BS’60 (Metro) Brenda Steenland, AA’60 (Ruth) Richard Egli, BS’61 (Metro) Vivian Gioia, BS’61 (Metro) William Rielly, BS’61 (Metro) Robert Andrews, BS’62 (Metro) Marion Bollinger, BA’62, MBA’66 (Metro) Michael Giorgio, BA’62, MBA’69 (Metro) Gerald Martino, MA’62 (Metro) William Mounger, MA’62 (Metro) Stuart Aronson, BS’63 (Metro) Philip Chase, BS’63 (Flor) Anthony Delia, BS’63 (Flor) George Sawey, BS’63 (Metro) Lynne Miller Cardace, BA’64, MA’93 (Flor) Anthony Colalillo, BS’64 (Flor) Bertram Goldberg, BA’64 (Metro) John O’Neill, BS’64 (Ruth) Stephen Piszar, BS’64 (Ruth) Nicholas Sakellarios, BS’64 (Metro) John Davis, BA’65 (Ruth) John Vara, BS’65 (Metro) Donald Benson, BS’66 (Flor) John Butler, BA’66 (Metro) John Disbrow, Jr., MBA’66 (Ruth) Richard Fleischmann, BS’66 (Metro) William “Bill” Fortsch, BS’66 (Metro) Richard Grote, MBA’66 (Metro) James McWilliams, MA’66 (Flor) Raymond Pressi, MBA’66 (Flor) Jean Sano, BA’66 (Ruth) Walter Siegel, BS’66 (Flor), MA’79 (Ruth) Lawrence Vanty Sr., DMD’66 (Metro) Daniel Weinberg, BS’66 (Metro) Eugene Wetzel, BS’66 (Metro) Carl Allieri, BS’67 (Ruth), MBA’74 (Flor) Alfred “Tim” Kaulfers, Jr., MBA’67 (Flor) Bernard Mehl, MBA’67 (Metro) John “Jack” Pellock, MS’67 (Metro) Ruth Redden-Rushby, BS’67, MA’82 (Metro) Martin Solberg, BS’67, MS’75 (Metro) Daniel Korb, DMD’68 (Metro) John Bontempo, MS’69 (Ruth) John Dambrauskas, MBA’69 (Metro) Viola Lucanera, MA’69 (Ruth) Frank Manna, MBA’69 (Metro) Andrea Grassi Stingelin, BA’69 (Ruth) Carol Davis Trapp, BA’69 (Ruth) ***1970s*** Joseph Pillari, BS’70, MS’74 (Metro) Wicker Doornbosch, BA’71, MBA’77 (Metro) Jon Graff, MBA’71 (Metro) Carol Simonds Apblett, BA’72 (Flor) Paul Rosenberg, BA’72, MBA’74 (Ruth) Vincent Smith, BS’72 (Metro) E.B. “Pat” Van Orman, MBA’72 (Flor) Edward Grossman, AA’69, BA’73 (Metro); MBA’82 (Ruth) James O’Brien, BS’73 (Metro) Yvonne Phillips, MA’73 (Metro) Elizabeth Bergmark, BA’74, MBA’76 (Metro) William Macintosh, BS’74 (Ruth) Robert Sokolski, BS’74 (Metro) Raymond Warringer, BS’74 (Metro) Robert Bednar, MBA’75 (Metro) Adele Friedman, BA’75 (Metro) Frank Liola, BS’75, MBA’80 (Ruth) Michael Ludlum, BA’75 (Ruth) George Pellack, MBA’75 (Metro) Vickye Kivett, BA’76 (Metro) Peter Pappas, BS’76 (Metro) John Taylor, BS’76 (Metro) William Collister, BS’77, MBA’94 (Metro) Raymond Custer, MA’77 (Metro) Lois Dowd, MS’77 (Metro) Rosemarie Kasper, BA’77, MA’81 (Metro) Bonita Welty Scheid, BA’77 (Metro) Yolanda Costanzo Collinson, MBA’78 (Ruth) Joan Lutz Dater, MA’78 (Metro) Robert Decker, MBA’78 (Ruth) Edward Gibson, MBA’78 (Ruth) Gregg Hauser, EdD’78 (Metro) David Church, MBA’79 (Metro) Peter Kearns, BS’79 (Flor) Sandra Kupferberg, BS’79 (Ruth) Alfred Munoz, MBA’79 (Flor) ***1980s*** Edward “Buddy” Baldyga, BA’80 (Flor) John Deasey, BA’80 (Flor) Walter Drozd, MBA’80 (Ruth) James Regina, MBA’81 (Ruth) Lenore Ganzell, MA’82 (Ruth) Daniel Koetters, MS’82 (Metro) Martin Finn, MBA’83 (Metro) James Henry, DMD’83 (Metro) Ruth Samilson, MA’83 (Flor) Karen Sohl, MBA’83 (Flor) Martin Becker, MA’84 (Metro) ***1990s*** Drew Holland, MBA’90 (Flor) Stanley Sokalski Jr., BS’90 (Metro) Marilyn Lindsey, MS’91 (Metro) Laurence Kolman, PhD’92 (Metro) Mary Calcagne, BS’93 (Flor) Anjanie Lorick, AA’89, BS’93 (Metro) Kenneth Otto, BS’94 (Ruth) Barbara Franki, MA’98 (Metro) Barbara Zoltowski Henneberry, MA’98 (Metro) ***2000s*** Joanne Santin Misiunas, MAS’03 (Metro) Elizabeth Madden-Zibman, MFA’08 (Flor)
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