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1ST
CONTENTS/Fall
1999
1
Marist Drive
News and
notes
from campus:
Homebuilding
101
with Habitat for
Humanity
.. . scholarships honor two MarisL Brothers ... the
fitness center draws a crowd
...
a11
intern makes
Inroads
...
a beautiful day
in
the neighborhood
... three new trustees join Marist's board
...
the Red
Foxes
go
live
on the World Wide Web.
4
Marist Makes a Splash
in the MAAC
Tlie Red Foxes
wi11
the Metro Atlantic Athletic
Conference's most prestigious prize in just their
second
year
of
MAAC
competition.
7
First Class:
Marist Welcomes the Students
of the 21st Century
In
1999
the Admissions staff was faced with select-
ing
from the largest, most academically talented
group of applicants
ever.
Sean Kaylor
'90,
Marist's
vice president
of
admissions, reports on the
results.
8
Open for Business
The first on
line
MBA program to be approved by
New Yorh State
is
up and running at Maris£.
10
Sharing the History of an Era
The Fra,1kli11
D. Roosevelt Library,
with help from Marist and
the
IBM
Corporation,
is the
only presidential li.brary
in
America
creating a digital archive of its most
sought-after holdings.
Mtirist
Magazi,ie
is
published by
the
Office of
College Advancement for alumni, staff, faculty
and friends of
Marist
College.
Vice President for College Advancement: Shaileen
Kopec
Chief College Relations Officer:
Tim Massie
Editor:
Leslie Bates
Art Director:
Riclwrd Deem
Photography:
Chris
Carso11,
Howard
Dratch,
Bob Faga11,
Matthew
Gillis, Tim Mtmie,
Thomas P Taft
Jr.
a11d
Adtmi Weissmari
Manst College, Poughkeepsie NY 12601
(914) 575-3000 ext. 2412.
Editor@marist.edu

www.marist.edu
Cover photo:
Peter
Fi11ger
COMMISSIONER'S
CUP
CHAMPIONS
1998
-1999
Ii
,',
The
McCann
Center's
newest
banner-Page
4
I
i
Boys
at a rehabilitation
clinic
1i11
Arkansas,
1935,
one of a
tr·easure
trove
of photos
in
the
FDR
Library and Digital
Archives-Page
10
Lowell Thomasjr. and
Sr.
,trekking
in
Tibet-Page
22
12
Alumni Notes
Marist graduates are on
the
move-plus births,
marriages and fond remembrances.
22
Lowell Thomas Jr. Remembers
The so11
of
the famed broadcaster returns to
his
boyhood home
of
Dutchess
County
to recount, 50
years
later, their
extraordinary
journey to
Tibet.
24
Library Scrapbook
Marist's library
occupied
four buildings over
71
years before reaching its magnificent new home. A
pictorial
essay
traces this
unique
heritage.
26
Among the Saints
The
canonization
of
Mari
st Brothers founder
Marcelli11
Champagnat
draws members
of
the
Marist
College community
to Rome for
a
once-in-a-lifetime experience.
28
Marist Honors
Cokie Roberts
The College
presents its
annual
Lowell
Thomas Award to
Washington's top
congressional
news analyst.
Marist students at
tl1e
famous
Bernini
fountain
in the
center
of Piazza Navona
in
Rome-Page
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MARIST
NEWS
AND
NOTES
FROM
THE
CAMPUS
Scholarships were recently
established
ho11-
.
oring
faculty
members
Bro. Thomas
Dela11ey,
FMS (left) and
Bro. Richard
Rancourt,
FMS.
Honoring Two Brothers
F
aculty members Brother Richard
RancourL,
FMS and Brother
Thomas
Delaney, FMS,
two
Marist Brothers widely
known among Marist College alumni, stu-
dents and staff for their
kindness
and con-
cern for slllclents, now have an added
dis-
tinction.
Through the generosity of a
friend
who wishes
to
remain anonymous, Brother
Tom and Brother Richard
join
the
list
of
Marist Brothers for whom scholarships have
been
named
in
honor of the special roles
they have played in the life of the College.
The Bro. Richard Rancourt, FMS Schol-
arship honors Brother Richard, who came
to
Marist full-time in
1959 to teach
philoso-
phy
and went on
to
chair the
philosophy
department. He left
Marist in 1969
to be-
come
principal
of a Marist High School
in
New York City, and
he
later
taught
in
the
School of Education at Pace University.
When
he returned
to
Marist
in
1981
he
directed
a
Refugee
Assistance
Program.
Today
he
teaches philosophy and
math-
ematics and serves as chaplain
to
the
Department
of Athletics.
The Bro. Thomas E. Delaney,
FMS
Scholarship
honors
Brother Tom, a mem-
ber of Marist's Class of I 959. After graduat-
ing
he
went on to serve as principal, assis-
tant
principal,
clean
of students and teacher
in Marist and archdiocesan schools
in
Texas,
New Jersey, New York and Dublin,
Ireland.
He returned
to the
College a
decade
ago
to
teach
Spanish and is also a
mentor
in Leo
residence
hall.
continued on page 2
The
Mari
st chapter of
Habilatfor
Humanity
and local
co11struction
pro-
fessionals: volunteered on Saturdays to build a
home
for a Poughl1eepsie
family.
They
will
complete the
house,
shown
here in
Apdl
1999,
this fall.
The
H◄ttuse
that Marist Built
F
or some Marist students, the college
experience has included building a
house.
Mariststudentjulie Gadarowski started
a chapter of
Habitat
for
Humanity
at Marist
during the
1996-97
academic year.
The
Marist ch:apter
is
to complete
its
first house
this
fall.
In
November
1998,
the chapter
broke
ground on a house in Poughkeepsie. After
winter ended, as many as 25 Marist stu-
dents
turned
out at the site each Saturday
to
work on
1.he
dwelling.
"The students
really did
a great job,"
says Rich Taylor, president of
Habitat
for
Humanit)I of Dutchess County. The Marist
chapter is one of about 530
campus
chapters
among
Habitat's 1,800 active affiliates,
located
in all 50 states as well as
63 countries around the world.
This past spring Marist stu-
dents poured
the
flooring,
put
up walls, rafters and a shingled
roof and built a
deck,
among
other tasks. This fall
the
stu-
dent volunteers will install
in-
sulation, Sheetrock, kitchen
cabinets,
interior
doors and
trimwork
and paint the
house.
Students
from
Vassar College's
Habitat
chapter also work on
the
project, as does the fam-
ily
that will
live
in
the
home.
Construction pro-
fessionals volunteer
their expertise. "They
had a good
time
work-
ing with
the
students,"
says Taylor, a volunteer
who owns a home re-
modeling business. Many of the building
materials have been
donated,
and
the
Marist
group also
has
been
raising
funds
for the project
through
various campus activities.
Habitat houses are sold
to
partner
families at no profit,
financed
with affordable, no-
interest loans.
Since
its
found-
ing in
1976,
Habitat has
built
more than
75,000 houses
around
the
world,
providing
shelter for some 375,000
people
in more than
2,000
communities.
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1999
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MARIST
DR
News
and
Notes
from
the
Campus
Fitness Center Gets a Workout
Above
Cleft to l'ight), Mal'ist President
Dennis
Murray a,adjach Gartland,
president of
the
McCann
foundation,
talk
with
Head
Strength
and
Conditioning
Coach
john Poitras in the
fitness center's
weight
training area.
O
ne of
the
most popular features of the
McCann Center has been
the
state-of-
the-an
weight
training
and fitness center
added as pan of the building's renovation
and expansion
two
years ago. Since the
11,000-square-foot
center opened in Octo-
ber of 1997, students and staff have taken
advantage of the facility
over
110,000 times.
The center auracted an average of more
than
550 users per
day
during
the
1998-99
Honoring Two Brothers
Continued
from page
1
Five other Brothers have been recog-
nized
and
remembered
with scholarships
for their commitmem
to
the
College and its
studems.

The
Bro. Adrian August, FMS Chemistry
Scholarship recognizes Bro. Adrian, who in
1930 served as the Master of Scholastics,
training
young
Brothers
in
the
normal school
that would
become
Marist College. After a
time away from
the
Poughkeepsie campus,
Brother Adrian
returned
to
teach
chemistry
in
the late
1940s. He was also
the
music
teacher, organist and choir director,
teach-
ing
until
his death in 1960.

The
Bro.Joseph LR. Belanger,
FMS Schol-
arship
is
named
in
honor of a 1948 Marist
College graduate who this year marks his
40th anniversary of teaching modem
lan-
guages at
Marist.
Bro. Joe also
founded
the
Marist
Abroad
program in
1963, inaugu-
rated a foreign
film
series in 1961 and
spearheaded
the
George
J.
Sommer En-
dowed Lecture Series. He has written sev-
eral
books,
most recently
China Prism: Yel-
low,
Red, Green, renections on
his
year
in
mainland China teaching English at Lujiang
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MARIST
MAGAZINE
academic year and has seen over 700 users
in
one day on more than one occasion.
The
McCann
Foundation
of
Poughkee:psie, N.Y., provided exceptional
leadership
support for the facility
to
accom-
modate
the
general
fitness
needs of
the
entire student
body,
from those participat-
ing in fitness programs and intramural ath-
letics
to
those competing
in
varsity and club
sports.
University
in
Xiamen,
Fujian
Province. ln
1993
he
received
Marist's Faculty Award
for Distinguished Teaching.

The
Bro. Cornelius
Russell,
FMS Scholar-
ship
recognizes
the first comptroller of the
College. IBrother Cornelius, a
member
of
Marist's Class of 1950, served as a member
of Marist's administration and faculty for 33
years,
teaching
history, business and ac-
couming. He
retired in
the
early 1990s.

The
Bro Paul
St0kes, FMS Memorial
Scholarship is established in memory of a
former D,ean of Studems. After coming
to
the
campius
in
the late 1950s, Brother Paul
earned a
reputation
as a disciplinarian. He
wore many hats as Marist established itself
as an academic
institution
and opened its
doors
to
llay
studems.
It
was Brother Paul
who named the school's athletic teams
the
Red
Foxes. He died in 1985.

The Bro. Tarcisius Vallieres, FMS Schol-
arship remembers a Marist Brother who
lived on the campus for some 50 years.
Brother Tarcisius farmed on
the property
and then directed the campus print shop
umil his retirement in the early 1970s.
Marist awarded him an honorary degree in
1975. He died
in
1983.
Intern Inri
Moya
at Kraft
Foods
Interning with the
Fortune 500
T
hree Marist College business adminis-
tration majors participated in
intern-
ships at Fortune 500 companies this past
summer through a program called
Inroads.
Marist's Center for Career Services
arranged the internships through
Inroads,
a national organization with a mission to
place talented minority youth in business
and industry and prepare them for corpo-
rate and community
leadership.
Junior Inri
Moya had an internship in the finance
department at Kraft Foods
in
Tarrytown,
N.Y.
Junior
Oomarys Estepan served with
Best Foods Baking in Maspeth, N.Y. and
junior Lisa Tai with Bell Atlantic in Garden
City, N.Y.
Follow the Red Foxes
Live on the Web
N
ow, fans can follow Red Fox football
and basketball action from all over the
world.
This year Marist College athletics fans
who can't make
it
to the game don't
have
LO
miss a
single
play. All
11
football games and
all 2 7 men's basketball games can be heard
live
via the Web on broadcast.com.
To hear all
the
action of Red Foxes
athletics, first find out game times on the
football Web site at
www.marist.edu/
athletics/football
or the men's basketball
Web site at
www.marist.edu/athletics/
mbasketball.
Then click on "Live Broad-
casting" to link to
www.broadcast.com.
Additionally, all of the women's
basketball games can
be heard live on
the
Marist College Web
site through the use
of the Marist College
RealAudio Server.
Go
to
the women's
basketball Web site at
www.marist.edu/athletics/
wbasketball
and click on
"Live
Broadcasting."




























New Trustees Join
Marist's Board
M
arist
has welcomed
three
new
mem-
bers
to
its Board of Trustees.
Stanley Harris, M.D.
is
senior medical
director
of healthcare
management
for
Ho-
rizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey.
Before
joining
Horizon
in
1991, he
was
the
medical
director for Alternative Delivery
systems at Empire
Blue
Cross Blue Shield of
New York, where he managed an HMO
network
that served 28 counties in New
York
State.
Dr.
Harris is
a graduate of
the
Albert
Einstein
College of
Medicine
and completed
a
residency in
pediatrics at Montefiore Medi-
cal Center.
He
remained at Montefiore for
nearly
l O years as a
primary
care
pediatri-
cian and
director
of
the
Montefiore Com-
prehensive
Health
Care Center. He has also
held the position of assistant vice
president
for'ambulatory care at the New York City
Health and
Hospital
Corporation and held
an appointment as an assistant clinical
pro-
fessor
at
the
Albert Einstein College of
Medi-
cine
for
many years.
He
graduated
from
Marist
in
1968.
Martha Morris
is
vice
president
of server
supply chain
management
and AS/RS
world-
wide manufacturing at
the
IBM
Corpora-
tion in
Rochester,
Minn. Previously she was
vice
president
of worldwide System/390
manufacturing.
Ms. Morris
started with
IBM
in Manassas,
Va.,
in
1981 and a year
later
joined
IBM's
Stanley
Harris,
M.D.
Tim Tenney
printer manufacturing engineering team
in
Tucson, Arizona. Moving
to
White Plains,
New York,
in
1984,
she held various
head-
quarters and
management
staff positions
supporting manufacturing and develop-
ment.
Lin
1989 she came LO
Poughkeepsie as
administrative assistant
to
the worldwide
plant manager. After a stint back
in
White
Plains, she
returned
to Poughkeepsie in
1991
to become
project
manager
of the
manufacturing engineering and release
team,
project
manager of systems technol-
ogy and then manager of
the
S/390
hard-
ware development project office. In
1995
she rej,oined
the
manufacturing
team
as
materials
manager for
S/390
and RS/6000
subproducts and was promoted
to
direcLOr
in 1997.
She graduated
from the
University
of
Tennessee
with a degree
in
engineering
science and
mechanics.
Tim Tenney
is president
and CEO of
Pepsi
Cola of
the Hudson
Valley.
He
sue-
Martha
Morris
ceeded his father as president of the com-
pany
in
1983 after
his
father held the
posi-
tion
for 37 years. Recently
the
company
expanded with
the
acquisition of
Pepsi
Cola
Bristol
in
Connecticut.
Mr. Tenney graduated
from
the
Univer-
sity of Denver with a
degree
in
business. He
is
a
long-time
supporter of
Marist's
athletics
programs, providing
the original
McCann
Center scoreboards and
taking
over spon-
sorship of
the Hudson
Valley's
premier
col-
lege
basketball tournament,
the Pepsi-Marist
Classic,
l
5 years ago.
Pepsi
Cola also
pro-
vided a
major
gift to
underwrite
the innova-
tive
Hall
of Fame
Room in the
McCann
Center.
The Hall
of Fame Room features
banks of computers where a
digital
Hall of
Fame accessible
via
the
Web (at
www.marist.edu/halloffame/)
offers great
moments in
the hiswry
of Marist College
athletics as well as statistics on a
number
9f
Marist teams.
Moving Words, A Sing-Along and D1istinguished Guests Mark Commencement
HI
t's
a beautiful day
in
this
neighborhood,"
Fred
Rogers
said as
he
opened
his
Commencement address at
Marist
College
this
past May.
The sun was shining and
the Hudson
River
glistening behind
him
as
Rogers, the
creator and star of
the
long-running
children's TV program
"Mister
Rogers'
Neighborhood,"
delighted
the
1,058 stu-
dents receiving
bachelor's and
master's de-
grees.
First
leading them
in
a happy
rendi-
tion of
his program's
signature song,
"IL's
a
Beautiful
Day in
the
Neighborhood,"
he
later moved many gradu-
ates and their families and
friends to
tears
with
his
words of encour-
agement, af-
firmation
and love.
'Tel
like
LO
give you all an invisible gift
today:
a.gift of a silent minute
to
think about
any people you
know
who
have
been
an
important
part
of your
life," he
said.
"Some
of
them
may
be here
right
now.
Some of
them may
be
far away. Some of
them
may
even
be in
heaven. Wherever
they
are,
if
they've loved you and encouraged you and
wanted what was best
in
life
for
you,
they're
right ini,ide
you."
Rogers's
address was sub-
sequently covered in a
New York
Times
ar-
ticle,
syndicated
to
dozens
of newspapers
across
tlhe
country, and on a CNN/TIME TV
special.
Left: Mar/1 Gearan
(right),
tl1en director of
the Peatce
Corps,
joins
his
nephew,
john
Svare,
011
the dais as
John
accepts
/iis
bachelor's degree
at
Marist's
commencement
in May.
Right: Rob
Dyson (left),
dwinnan
of the
Board
o.f
Trustees at Marist,
joins
his
sis-
ter, Anne Dyson, M.D., and
Freel
Rogers,
who
bot
Ii
received
honorary
degrees at
the
1999
commencement.
Rogers,
cre-
ator and
star
of the
children's
TV pro-
gram
"Mister
Rogers'
Neighborhood,"
gave
the
commencement
address.
Prior
to
the
speech, Marist awarded
honorary
degrees
to
Rogers and
two
other
distinguished
guests. Anne Dyson, M.D.
was
recognized
for her
advocacy for chil-
dren
and dedication
Lo philanthropy
as
president
and director of the Dyson Foun-
dation,
founded
42 years ago
by
her
par-
ents. Mark Gearan, then director of
the
Peace Corps and
now president
of
Hobart
and William Smith Colleges in Geneva,
N.Y., was
honored for
his commitment to
supporting and expanding the work of the
Peace Corps around the world.
ln
his
accep-
tance speech
he
noted that 40
Marist
gradu-
ates have entered the
Peace
Corps,
includ-
ing five who currently serve.














































































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Marist
Makes
a
~sh
lntheMAAC
Marist
men's
tennis reached tl1e NCAA tournament for the first time ever. Above, Roberto Mayer
(right) and Ralph VanDerPlasse face a
University
of Texas team
in
Austin.
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MARIST
MAGAZINE
The Commissioner's Cup recognizes
overall excellence in athletics
in the
25
championships conducted
by
the MAAC.
The
conference gives
points to the
10
member
institutions based on regular sea-
son
finish as
well as championship results
and awards the cup to the school earning
lhe
most points.
"This
is
a
remarkable
accomplishment
in
lhat we have
only
been in the MAAC
for
two
years," President
Dennis Murray
says.
"Our coaches, student-athletes and ath-
leticadministrators
should be very
proud."
Murray
gives
panicular
credit to
Di-
rector of
Athletics Tim
Murray
for
his
leadership
of
the
program. "Tim
has al-
ways put
the interest
of student-athletes at
the
heart
of
the program,
and
the
students
in turn have always strived
to do
their
best
when representing
Marist."
"This
is a tremendous accomplish-
ment for the entire
department,"
Tim
Murray says.
"I
am very
proud of
each of
our student-athletes, coaches and
admin-
istrative
support staff
for their tireless
work
and dedication
to the
pursuit of excel-
lence,
not
only
in athletics, but
also
academics.
The
entire Marist
College
community should
be
thanked and com-
mended
for
its
continuous support of
our
broad-based
athletics program."
Marist,
an NCAA
Division I
institution
thal
sponsors
22
programs,
finished with
an overall total 13
l points,
six
points
more than
runner-up Fairfield,
which
won
the
overall
title
last
year. On the
men's
side, Marist captured the men's crown
with 67
points,
edging out second-place
Iona,
which had 61.5
points. Marist
also
finished third
in
the
women's division
with 64 points, behind Fairfield, which
was
first
al 68
points,
and Manhauan,
second at 66
points.
"DirecLOr of Alhletics Tim
Murray
and his administralion, Slaff and student-
athletes are
to
be congratulated on what
was a
truly outstanding
season," MAAC
Commissioner
Richard
J.
Ensor says.
"What
was also impressive is the way
the
student-athletes were able
to
exhibit such
a
high level
of
competition
on the field
while also
maintaining
a similar degree of
excellence in the classroom."
The
Red foxes
captured three men's
and
three
women's championships
this
past season.
ln
the
fall, Marist claimed the
top
prize
in men's tennis and women's
cross country and
later
added
men's
and
women's swimming and diving to
close
out
the
winter
season.
In
the spring, the
Red
Foxes captured the men's and women's
rowing championships.
The
men's tennis
team
also competed
in the
program's first-
ever NCAA tournament vs.
the
University
of
Texas.






















Marist's vice president of admisi;ions, Sean Kaylor '90, reports on the first students
of the new millennium and what drew them to the College.
First
Class:
Marist ~Welcomes
the
Students of the
2l5r
Century
M
arist has
come a "hot"
school, with
more applicants-and
more
talented
applicants-
than
ever before.
This year
the
Admissions
staff was faced with the
task
of
selecting from the
largest, most
academically talented group of
applicants
in
the
history
of the
College.
The
freshman appli-
cant pool
increased
by
9
percent,
to just under 6,200
students. Fifty-five percent of
these students were offered admis-
sion, and by
the time
the fall semester
began, 980 new freshmen had joined
the Marist community-the largest
class in Marist history.
The quality of
the
entering
freshman
class
has
improved
as well.
The composite SAT score has
risen to
1107, up 14 points
from 1998,
and
the
average GPA
is
87.2. The most significant indication of
improved quality
is
recognized within class rank: 53 percent
in the
top
quarter,
73 percent in
the
top third
and 96
percent
in the
tC>p
half of
their high
school's graduating
class-all
significant increases from a
year ago.
The geographic diversity of entering students continues to im-
prove, with 50 percent of
the
incoming
freshmen
coming from outside
the
state of New York. Significant
increases
in students
from
Connecti-
cut, New
Jersey,
Massachusetts, Pennsylvania and Florida were also
realized.
As vice
president
of admissions and enrollment planning
at
Marist,
I am
not
only interested in who
is
applying to the College, but why they
have chosen Mari st. Marist has
become a popular option for
prospective students because
it
offers strong academic
pro-
grams supported by advanced
technology.
The addition over
the
past 20 years of classroom
buildings,
residence
halls,
a
Student Center, athletics fields
and
facilities
and now,
most
significantly, a new
library
has
created an environment
that
helps students achieve
their
personal and professional
goals.
Marist is enjoying greater
recognition because of tal-
ented faculty who are becom-
ing
more
widely known as ex-
perts in their fields, academic
programs that get national attention
such as
the
Marist Institute for Public
Opinion, and
the
success of our
alumni. Marist's enhanced reputation
is confirmed by
the
school's ranking
in
the latest edition of the annual
U.S.
News &
World Report
America's
Best
Colleges
guide.
The
College was rated 18
th
out of 146 colleges and
universities
in
the
northern United States, its
highest
ranking since the
news
magazine began its survey 12 years ago.
All of the above contribute to
Marist
having one of
the
highest
freshman retention rates
in the country, with 90
percent
of first-year
students returning for their sophomore year.
The changes that have taken
place here
at Marist are
truly
remarkable.
If
you
haven't
had the opportunity recently,
I
encourage
you
to
come and see why Marist is
now
one of the most competitive
schools in the Northeast, vying
for
students with such schools as
Boston University, Providence College,
Fairfield,
Loyola, Fordham
and Villanova.

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1999
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vr
en
~usiness
Marist deb,uts
the first online MBA program
approved by the state of New York, and an
01~line
MPA is on the way.
I
magine
choosing what
hours
of the week
you'll
attend class;
being
able
to
communicate
with your
instructors
24 hours
a
day; not wamingasemestertoend.
Welcome Lo MarisL
College's
online
MasLer's
in
Business
Adminis-
tration
program.
In
only iLs
first
six months or op-
eration,
Marist
College's online
MBA
program, the first
to
receive
approval
from the
New
York
State Department
of
Education,
is
earning praise
from
participants
for
its
convenience,
flex-
ibility
and quality. Since
the
official
launch
in January
1999 after a semes-
ter-long
pilot program, more than
75 students
have applied
and
been
admitted to the program and interest
continues
to
grow.
The Web-based online
program, which
runs
on Marist's IBM
servers,
offers the
same
coursework, faculty and credit
hours as
the
traditional MBA program Marist
established
in 1974. Admission requirements
and
tuition
for both
are
identical.
Students
can "mix and
match" the programs, taking
courses in
Poughkeepsie,
at Marist's
Fishkill
extension
and
online, or
they
can complete
the
entire
program
online.
Both MBA
tracks are
geared
toward working
adults.
However, while
on-campus
MBA
courses
are
weekly
throughout a 15-week semester,
each online course
lasts
only eight
weeks,
allowing
on
line
students
LO
take
two courses
sequentially
in
one semester.
Throughout those
eight weeks,
students access
lectures,
share
course
information,
work
on group
projects,
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DANIEL
BAXTER
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MAGAZINE
submit class work and
take
exams, all on
line.
The online courses are accessible 24 hours a
day,
seven
days
a week.
Students can complete either MBA track
within two years
ir they
have an
undergradu-
ate degree in business or
have
taken business
courses.
However,
most working adults in
the clas.sroom-based track
enroll in only
one course
per
semester, thereby taking
longer
than
two
years to complete
the
30-
credit
program.
Technology-based
distance
education is
emerging as an increasingly
important
com-
ponent
of higher education, according to the
National Center for Education Statistics. A
study
done in
fall
1995
by NCES,
the
primary
federal
entity for collecting and analyzing U.S.
education
data, provides the
first nationally
representative
data about distance education
course
offerings
in
higher
education institu-
tions.
The
study
reports that
a
third
of U.S.
higher education institutions offered distance
education courses
in
fall 1995, and
another 25 percent
planned to
offer
such courses during the
next
three
years.
The
study also
reported
that an
estimated 753,640
students
were en-
rolled in
disLance
education courses
in academic year 1994-95.
One obvious
reason
so many are
signing
up
for disLance education
is
iLs
convenience. Professionals
enrolled in Marist's online MBA
program find
they
can
more
easily
balance on
line classes
with their other
responsibilities. This past springjim
Eglit, who earned a bachelor's
in
finance
at
Marist in 1997,
took two
sequential
online
MBA courses as
well as an on-campus MBA
class.
He
says after working a
full day
as a
marketing
representative for Aetna
U.S.
Healthcare,
covering
Rockland
and
part
of Westchester counties, it
was hard
to drive to
Poughkeepsie
and attend a class from 6:30
until
9:30,
"to
go
by
the
teacher's schedule."
In
his on line courses
he
could do most of his coursework on
the
weekend. "And I still learned a great deal."
"l
definitely
like
it," he says of the online
program.
"l'm always on
the
road, and
I
can
set my own
hours."
Jeannine Castaldi, an accountant at
IBM,
also does most of
her
coursework on the
weekends.
"lt's
a lot
less
stress
than
trying to
get
to
class," says Castaldi, who earned a
bachelor's in accounting at Marist
in
1995.
The online program
is
of special benefit
to
those who travel a
lot
or
have heavy
time
commitments, confirms Or. Gordon
Badovick,
dean ofMarist'sSchool of Management,
which
offers the
MBA.
"It opens
up
getting an ad-
vanced graduate degree to a much
larger
group who otherwise couldn't
do it.
lt
doesn't
matter where you are or what your situation
is.
If
you have access
to the
Internet,
you
can complete your studies."























The on
line
program calls
for
students
to
be
more self-disciplined,
mature
and self-
starting than a
traditional classroom-based
program,
says
Badovick,
who
in
addition to
serving as
dean
teaches
the
course Marketing
Foundations
on
line.
"The quality of work and
ability of students to take a more active part is
phenomenal."
He
displays as evidence a
student's paper rich with
downloaded
illustrations
and
references to
Web sites.
"It allows
us
LO provide a richer array of
resources,
more
information
oftentimes than
in
a conventional course."
Castaldi concurs that the
program is
rig-
orous. "I'm learning more
because
I'm forced
to do work
on
my own. The ball's in my court.
I
compare it to an
independent
study. You
do
a lot of the work on your
ovm"
but have
the
guidance of
instructors
and colleagues,
she says. "It's a
heavier
workload
than
the classroom."
The on
line
format allows faculty to
bring
in
guests
from
any
location
to
offer a
real-world
perspective for some
of
the
aspects of
the
course.
In
Finan-
cial Markets
and
Institutions this
past
summer, Dr. Chester
Kobos,
who
de-
veloped and
taught
the
course, was
assisted
by Derrik Wynkoop
'87
MBA
'92, chief financial officer of Walden
Federal.
Wynkoop contributed
his
ex-
perience
in the banking and the mort-
gage areas. The instructors drew spe-
cial praise
from students, who
didn't
want
the
course
to
end.
"You could always ask questions,"
says Eglit. "They
were
very helpful.
They went
out of
their
way
for
you."
Castaldi
appreciated
the two
perspectives
brought by having
two
instructors.
Online
MBA
faculty also were
un-
derstanding
when it came to computer
glitches. When Eglit
had problems
at
one point
logging
on to a class, "They
took
the
time
to
help
me
out.
They
don't just say,
'You're on yourown.'" When at times students
couldn't submit
homework
electronically be-
cause
of
technical
problems on
their
end,
faculty
allowed them to fax and
mail
assign-
ments.
They
also
have
let students
retake
an
online
exam when students' computers
crashed
during
a test. And students who type
slowly also
have
received extra
time
to com-
plete online exams. When the
pilot
program
in
fall
1998
had
a technical
problem,
"they
worked through
it with us,"
Castaldi says.
The
key
to online
learning
is interaction,
Badovick
believes. In day-to-day
life, finding
a Lime when
working
professionals
can meet
to collaborate on assignments is
difficult, he
says. But students
in
the online program can
get
together in
"conference
rooms,"
e-mail
discussions in which faculty and students
post
messages on a particular subject, on
their
own schedules.
These threaded
discussions
The School
of
Management now
receiv,es
inquiries
about
its
online
MBA
Jrom
Joreign
countries
as
well as
states as Jar away as
Texas,
Colorado
and
California
...
are the "_guts" of the online
program,
says
Badovick. Faculty also
post
student assign-
ments as information resources.
"h's
a much
more effident and effective way
LO do
that
kind of group work," says Badovick.
"The sharing knowledge capability that
the software
has
is wonderful," Castaldi says.
If there is a downside to the online option,
it may
be
the lack
of social contact.
"Person-
ally, I like
the
person-to-person
interaction"
of a classr,oom, Eglit says.
"The
only
thing
you
might
miss would be
the social interaction," Castaldi agrees.
"But
I
find that l can get what
I
need
to get out of it.
The only
thing l don't know is
what my
classmates look
like."
"It's
st
ill
a
lonely
way of going
to
school,"
Badovick acknowledges. "There will always
be a subset of students who
prefer
the per-
sonal internction of a classroom." And he
is
adamant
I.hat
undergraduate
education for
traditional
students should consist solely of
classroom
learning
because
of
the
significant
social experiences that result. But once out of
college,
"unfortunately,
not everybody has
the
luxury-
of
being
able
to
take
the
time to
do
that."
Some :students report thm they have far
more personal interaction with the instructor
and
classmates
on line than
in
a
regular
class-
room, Badovick adds,
"because
everyone has
to be
invollved."
A potential
downside to
the online
MBA
that
Badovick is alert LO
is
the
robustness of the conven-
tional MBA classes. "We
might
make the
online
option so attractive that we
cannibalize our on-campus
program." Anticipating
fur-
ther growth
in
the online
MBA program, the School
of Management
recently
Dr. Gordon Badovich,
Dean
of the
School
of
Management at
Marist
College
hired Dr. Sia mack Shojai as assistant
dean
and
MBA program director. Assistant
Professor
of
Finance Dan Cooper serves as
project man-
ager for the
program.
Interest in
the online
MBA
program
is
spreading.
The
School of Management
now
receives
inquiries
from foreign coun-
tries as well as states as
far
away as
Texas, Colorado and California. Al-
though the program
has been adver-
tised
on several Web search engines
for several
months,
"the
biggest fac-
tor
that sells the program
is
word of
mouth,"
Badovick
says. "Our stu-
dents
are our
biggest
salespeople."
Badovick also will
talk
about
dis-
tance education and
promote the
program on
the
audio
portion
of
the
in-flight entertainment offered on
TWA
Airlines nights
in
November
and December.
So
successful
is
the
online for-
mat that
the School of
Management
anticipates beginning an online
Master's in Public Administration
program in the fall of
2000.
The
school will take
applications
start-
ing
in
January
2000.
"In many respects, online edu-
cation today
is
like
the Model
T Ford
in the auto
industry,"
Badovicksays.
"It
was just a
beginning.
We're see-
ing
what will
become
a
beuer
and better
learning
environment. The
pace
of techno-
logical change is not going
to
slow.
There's
little
doubt
that online education is
here
to
stay."

For
infonnation on Marist's MBA
and
MPA
programs:
MBA
www.marist.edu/graduate/mba.html
MPA
www.marist.edu/graduate/pa.html
Toll-free: 1-888-877-7900
(914)
575-3800
graduate@marist.edu
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1999
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P
resident
Franklin 0.
Roosevelt
estab-
lished the nation's
first
presidential
library
in
1939
to
preserve
his historic
papers
and
make them
accessible to
the
nation.
Today that vision
is fulfilled
in ways
greater than America's
32
nd
president
ever
could
have imagined
with the creation of the
FOR Library
and
Digital
Archives.a
new
on
line
resource
that
will
make
the
materials
in the
FDR Library
available throughout
the
world.
The FOR
Library
and Digital Archives, at
www.fdrlibrary.marist.edu,
is
the
result
of a
cooperative effort by
Marist
College, the
Franklin
D. Roosevelt
Presidential
Library
and
the
IBM Corporation. Through
this
site
scholars, teachers, swdents and the general
public
can
now
gain
access
to a
portion
of
the
rich collection of
historical materials
found at
the
FDR
Library
in
Hyde
Park, N.Y.
"The
FDR
Library is the only presidential
library that
is working
to
provide the
public
with electronic access
to
a significant portion
of its
holdings
through
the
creation of a digital
archive," says Or. David Woolner, assistant
professor
of
history
and
political
science at
Marist and
director
of the Marist/FOR
Library/I BM Digital Library
Project.
"This
is
10
MAR IS T MAG AZ IN E

e
lStO
in keeping with
FDR's vision. He created the
nation's first presidential library because he
firmly believed in the capacity of
the
Ameri-
can
people
to
learn
from the
past
so
that
they
could, as
he
once said, 'gain
in judgment
in
creating their
ovm
fuLUre.'
"
The site contains a
Research Center
com-
prised
of more
than
10,000
digitized docu-
ments,
thousands of
photographs,
a sampling
of a
digital
audio archive of FOR speeches,
and other
important historical material.
The
site also contains a
K-12
Leaming Center,
designed
to
serve
the
interests of
the
K-12
community, as well as a Special
Projects
and
Events section,
LO
feature important
events
and/or current
issues
of special interest
LO
students of the FOR era. The
K-12
Leaming
Center offers
biographies of
FOR
and his
wife,
Eleanor,
t.imelinesand
other
material designed
for
teach,ers
and young learners.
The
Special
Projects and
Events
section describes such
activities as "FOR,
the
Vatican
and the Roman
Catholic Church
in
America
1933-45,"
a
groundbreaking international
conference pre-
sented by
the
FOR
Library,
Marist
College and
the Franklin and Eleanor
Roosevelt
Institute
in Octob,er
1998.
The centerpiece of the FOR
Library
and
Digital Archives isa collection of
papers known
as
the
President's Secretary's Files, or PSF.
The PSF represents
the most
sought-after
collection of papers
held
in
the FOR Library.
It
is comprised of
150,000
documents,
in-
cluding letters,
diplomatic
correspondence,
intelligence
reports,
memoranda, newspaper
clippings,
photographs
and other historical
materials. It
is
widely
regarded by
scholars
and educators as the
most important
collec-
tion
houi:ed within
the FOR Presidential Li-
brary.
To
date, the FDR Library
and
Digital
Archives has digitized more than
10,000
of
the
PSF
documents including
the
Safe
Files,
6,000
pages
dating
from
1933
to
1945
that
were kept:
locked
in FDR's White
House
safe,
and a collection
entitled
the
Vatican Files that
pertains
to
U.S.-Vatican
relations
during
World War II.
The
archives
offer all of
the
PSF
documents
in their
original version,
so
researchers
can check
the
veracity of a
document, and as text,
so
that hand-written
material
can be
more
easily
read
and searched
by keyword.
In
time the
entire
PSF
will
be
digitized
:md
made
fully
text-searchable
and
downloadlable. The site also contains
more
than
2,000
still
photos drawn from the Great
Depression, World War
II
and
the lives of
Franklin and Eleanor
Roosevelt,
all copy-
right-free
and
ready
for
downloading.
Interest in the FOR
Library
and
Digital
Archives
has
been
great. In
the past quarter
alone,
the
site
has
received
more
than
1,100,000
hits.
"What
better way
to open
up
the records
of the
past than
through
the
creation of a
digital
archive?" says Woolner. "People
from
all walks of life
and from
every comer of
the
planet
will be granted unparalleled access to
one of the most
important
collections of
2Q
th
_
century
historical
material
in
the
world."














0
Franklin D. Roosevelt
Library and Digital
Archives
www.fdrlibrary.marist.edu
1.
Wife and children of
a
sharecropper
i11
Washington County,
Arha11sas,
in
1935.
2.
Aftennath of a
Japanese
sneak
attach
011
U.S.
battlesl1ip:,
on
Dec.
7,
1941:
(left
to right) USS
West Virgi11ia,
wliich was severely
damaged, USS
Ten11essee,
which was
also damaged, and
the USS
Arizona, which was sunk
3.
(Left to
right) Russian leader Joseph
Stalin, FDR
and British Prime
Minister
Winston Churchill
meet in Tehra11, fran,
on Nov. 29,
1943
for their
first "Big Three" conference to
discuss the upcoming
Allied
invasion
of
Western Europe.


































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Deborah Muellerleile
'81
to
Ri-
chard Scott
'70, May 23, 1998 ...
Gerard
L.
Fulop
'82
LO
Laureen
M.
Mitchell.June
27,
1998
...
Den-
nis
Martin '82
to Andrea
Baker,
June 27, 1998 ...
Paul
Peterson
'83
to Karen
Buck, SepL. 13,
1997
...
Mary
Ellen Simmons
'84
to Stephen Looke,June 6, L998 ...
Jeanette
Monjak
'85
to
Aaron
Fischer,
May 16, 1998
...
Maureen
A. O'Rourke
'85
to James M.
Molloy, Aug. l, 1998..
Carla
Campbell
'86 to Mark
Davies
Philippbar,
May
17, 1998 ...
Geoffrey
DeMaio
'87
to
Jacqueline Ann Conway,
June
22,
1997 ...
Diane
Martin '87
to Chris
Mechler,
June
13, 1998
... Denise
Robertazzi
'87 to Chaz Repak,
May 2, 1998
...
Robert O'Connor,
Jr.
'88 to Clare, Jan 2, 1999 ...
Peter Oppenheim
'88
to
Carolyn
Donnelly,
May
1998
...
Dorraine
Lee Scofield
'88
to
Glenn Rich-
ard
Whitney, Sept. 26, 1998 ...
Curt Schryver
'88
to
Monica
Dissinger,
June
1999
...
Elizabeth
They're On
Their Way
The Marist College
Alumni
Directory is nearing
completio,1.
This comprehensive new volume
is a compilation of the most cur-
rent data available on Marist's
17,000
alumni, through
the
Class
of
1998. Information
was obtained
from
questionnaire
mailings, tele-
phone verification and/or alumni
records. The distribution of this
edition will soon begin.
The directories are scheduled
for release in early 2000.
All
alumni who
reserved
a copy of the
directory during the verification
phase of
the
project should be
receiving their copies two or three
weeks after the
release. lf
you have
a question on your order, of
if
you
wish to place an order, please
contact the publisher, Bernard
C.
Harris Publishing Co., at l-800-
546-2018.
Save the Date!
Homecoming/
Reunion
Weekend 2000
October 13, 14
&
15
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ALUMNI
NOTES
Keeping Up
With
Marist Graduates
Davern '89
to Christopher Mer-
cer, June 20, 1998..
Robert E.
Davis
'89 to Linda E. Morrow,
Sept. 12,
1998
...
James Gillen
'89
to Bethany
De
Tar, May 30,
1998
...
Eileen Marron
'89
to
Robert
Schleier,
Aug.
23,
1997 ...
Philomena Martino
'89 to
Randall
Smith, Aug. 28,
1998
..
Rachel
Mastrostefano
'89
to
Steven
Nichols, Aug. 15, 1998 ...
James
F.
Mccloskey
'89
to
Melinda
Hanisch,
April 25, 1998 ...
Judith
Slingerland
'89
to
Da\'id
Burington,
Oct. 17, 1998 ...
John
Sohns
'89
to
Jamie Vandervoon,
June 7, 1998 ...
Kathy Smith
'89
LO
Douglas Sweeney, October 1996
... Dawn Aiello
'90
to
Thomas
Bongiovanni, July 25,
1998
...
Terese Ferguson
'90 to /\lexander
Zuhoski,April 17, 1998 ...
Judith
Kelly
'90 to Timothy Guinan.June
26, 1998 ...
Patrick Kellv Kramer
'90 to
Patricia
Ann Yo<lice, Nov.
14,
1998 ...
Nicole Liegey
'90 to
Glenn Noakes, July 25,
1998
..
Kirstin
E. Rinn '90
to Ryan
LeTellier,
Oct.10,
1998
..
,.John
V.
Scagloitti
'90 to Kathleen Mary
Williams, Sept. 19,
1998
...
Karen
M. Schaeffer '90
to Carlos A.
Hincapie,June 26, 1998
... Harold
Van
Berke!
'90 to Jennifi~r Kristin
Peters, April 25,
1998..
Bryan
Joseph Gallagher '91 to::>
Andrea
Michelle
Demberg,
Oct.
~i,
1998 ..
Ritchie
L. Gomez '91 to
Jane
Marie Caravella, May 15, 1998 ...
Terence Hosmer
'91 to Amanda
Fossett, Oct.
10,
1998 ...
Justin
O'Hara Meise
'91 to Erica Lynn
Fischer, July
11, 1998 ...
Kerin
O'Connor
'91 to Ted
Thomas
Kockenmeister,
July
11.,
1998 ...
David
Schafer '91
to Donna M.
lncorvaia,July
25,
1998
...
Daniel
J.
Weber '91 to
Janel We'ber, Sept.
12, 1998 ...
Jennifer
Chandler
'92
to Sean
Kane,
Sept. 26, 1,998 ...
J.
Colangelo
'92
to Heidi
Anne
Curko,
June
6,
199B.
Jeff
DeMario
'92 to
JillJohnston,
Aug.
7,
1998
...
Joseph
Robert Lutz
'92
to Karen Elizabeth
Hagstrom.June
13,
1998
...
Doreen Mah,oney
'92
to Matthew McCartin, July
10,
1998.
Jennifer
Maloy
'92 to
Lawrence
McGurk, Sept, 14,
1996
...
Elizabeth M. Mmphy
'92
to Timothy P. Lynch, June
27,
1998
...
Heather
Russell
'92
to
Kevin
Andros, May 30, 1998 ..
Laurette
Kathryn Sivc:o
'92
to
Robert Scott Zion, Sept. 6, 1998 ...
Deborah
P.
Stephens
'92
lo
Scott
Kress.June 20, 1998 ...
Donnaj.
Abrami
'93
to Jason
Canes,
July
3,
1998
...
Kimberly
Arnold
'93
to Steven
Killilea,
Feb.
27,
1999 ...
Edwin M. Budd
'93 to Tami
Dacey,
Aug.
22,
1998 ...
Maryellen
DeAlleaume
'93 to
Greg Locker, July
19, 1998 ..
Tanya Godbout
'93 to
Kenneth
Rahn '93,
July 18, 1998 ..
Maureen
lntemann
'93 to Erik
Hanson
'93, Sept. 6, 1998 ..
Eileen
McCrory
'93
to
Michael
Neary,
July 24, 1998 ..
Laura
Newlan
'93 to Daniel
Fulton,
May
30, 1998
... Jennifer O'Donovan
'93
to
Capt.
Keith
McDonnell, Oct.
5, 1996 ...
Michelle
Pound
'93
to
Gregory
Powell,
Sept.
12, 1998
...
Laura B.
Rasky
'93
to Glenn
Kupsch,
Oct.
10,
1998
..
Inderjeet
Singh
'93
to
Yukti
Ahuja.Jan.
1,
1999 ...
Lisa Smith
kARRIAGES
'93 to Frank Abbate,
June
22,
1997
...
Elizabethann Stanley
'93
to
Gregory Dousa,
June
14,
1998
...
Kathleen Sturges '93 to
Anthony
Lieggi
'93, July 25,
1998
...
Michele Bafuma
'94
to
Charles M. Puzzanchera, Aug. 15,
1998
...
Erin Colburn
'94 to Pe-
ter
Biegel, Sept. 12, 1998 ...
Donald D'Aiuto
'94 to Michelle
DiBona,
Oct. 31,
1998
..
Marc
Anthony DeMattos '94 to
Aimee
Danielle
Rouis,
July 25, 1998 ..
Susan
M.
Fitzgerald
'94 to Mark
J.
Buffaline, Aug. 8, 1998 ...
Edgar
Glascott, Jr.
'94
to
Keri
Lynn
Dawson,
July 10,
1998
... Tricia
Harten
'94
to Gene Keener
'94,
Jan.
9, 1999 ...
Gabriel
Hidalgo
'94
to
Flora Fuentes,
Feb. 12,
1999 ...
NancyElizabethJoch
'94
to
Michael O'Connor, July
4,
1998..
Lisa Kelly
'94 to ScoLt
Gramling, Sept.
19,
1998 ...
Mary
Beth
Kelly
'94
to
Thomas
M.
Cassio '92,
Oct. 10, 1998 ...
Karen LaGreca
'94
10
Paul
Dombek
'94, Oct. 18,
1997...
Jennifer
L. Nies
'94
10
Paul
Michael Carew, Oct.
17, 1998
...
Erin O'Sullivan
'94
to
Robert
Kelly,
July
1998 ...
Daniel
Ryan
'94 to Maureen Vazquez, May 16,
1998 ...
Kirsten
Ryan
'94 to
Louis
Burko, Aug. 16, 1998 ...
Elizabeth
Robin Vazquez '94 to
Daniel
Jo-
seph Ryan
'94, May
16, 1998
..
Aileen E. Skwarlo '94f98M
to
Karl E. Greer, Aug.
15, 1998 ..
Matthew Bourne
'95 to
Jennifer
Brickwood,
June 5, 1998 ...
Luis
Carter
'95M
to
Susan
Finch,
May
17,
1998
...
Capt. Carlton
C.
Cleveland
'95
to
Michelle
Lukeman,
March 28, 1998 ...
Maria
Cuneo
'95
to Eric
Kinchelve,
Sept.
26, 1998
...
Mel-
issa D'Angelo
'95
10
Mark
Z.
Galvin, Oct. 3, 1998.
Laura
Marie Chlupsa
'95
to Andrew
Michael
Boris
'94,
Aug.
29,
1998
...
Jayme
Gabay
'95 to Josef
Riekers,
June
27,
1998 ..
Kathleen
Hull
'95 to Scott Elson,
June 6, 1998 ...
Kimberly
Ann
Marchetti
'95 to
Christopher
Michael
Kick
'95, June
27,
1998
...
Norine
Mudrick
'95 to
Alex
Pigliucci,
Aug. 22,
1998
..
Joseph
Robert
Neubig
'95
to
Leslie
Katherine Dispensa,
Oct. 11,
1998
... Dawn
Otto
'95 to Allen
P.
Johns
Ill,
July
18, 1998..
Dina
Pace
'95 to
John Foley
'95,
Oct.
3,
1998 ... Alissa Renzulli '95
to
Steven
Parrett
'94, Oct.
17,
1998 ...
Melissa Reynolds
'95
to
Mark Walton, Sept.
12,
1998
...
Peter F. Cipriano
'96
to
Margaret
M. Hall, Oct. 10,
1998
...
Eliza-
beth Ann
Deptula
'96
to
Jeffrey
Thomas Davis, Aug. 22,
1998
...
Amy
L. Dilullo
'96 to
John
P.
Lloyd '95,
Aug. 15, 1998 ...
Beth
Dooley '96 to James
Canfield,July
25,
1998
...
Susan
C.
Gullotta '96
to
James McCarthy
'96,
Nov.
7,
1998
...
Megan
McGinnis
'96
to
Anthony Olivapotenza, May 16,
1998
...
Kathleen Redmond
'96
to
Mathias Torgersen
Ill,
May
16,
1998
..
Aimee Danielle Rouis
'96 to Marc Anthony
DeMattos,
July 25,
1998
Jill
Sager
'96
to
Matthew Probeyahn,
Aug. 8,
1998
Geoffrey Ayres '97
to
Kari
Ann
Mortensen,
Oct.
3,
1998
...
Jennifer
Anne Cameron
'97
to
Brian Charles Alnwick, Aug.
8,
1998 ... Vanessa Cesare '97 to
Scott Sullens
'96,July 11,
1998
...
Bernadette F. Goebel '97 to Rob-
ert
F.
Maniaci
'95, Oct.
17,
1998
...
Christy Gronlund '97
to
LTJG
Gregory
H.
Magee.Jr.,
Aug.
29, 1998 ...
Amy Marafioti
'97 to
Richard Horetz,
June 13,
1998
...
Melissa Van Vliet '97
to
Joseph
M. Flaccavento
'97,
June
27,
1998
...
Timothy Wagner '97
to
Kristine Klein,
Oct. 10,
1998 ...
Melanie
Addington
'98 to
Timo-
thy
Brow·er,
June
6,
1998 ...
Heather
Mary Lynch
'98
to
Scon
Douglas Glass,
May
30, 1998




































Each year during the Commencement weehend, the Alumni Associatio,1 recognizes two seniors for out-
standing leadersl1ip and
contributions
to
t/1e
campus community. Recipients are nominated a,1d
elected
by
alumni employed at Marist. This
year
Maria Gordon Shy,dlo
'87
(far left),
vice
president of
tl1e
Alumni
Executive
Board, and Marist President Dennis Murray
(fa,·
right) presented the
1999
Alumni
Leadership
Award to John Svare
'99
and Megan
Nedell
'99.
1 9 5 2
Edward
Cashin's
book
The
King's
Ranger
has
been reissued
by
Fordham
University Press. South
Carolina Press will publish his Wil-
liam
Bartram
and
the
American
Revolution
on the Southern Frontier
in
2000.
1 9 5 5
Dr. Michael]. Kelly
was selected
to
receive
the
1998
Total Excel-
lence
in
Electronic Manufacturing
Award. Michael is the Northrop
Grumman
Endowed
Chair of
Manufacturing and
Design
at Cali-
fornia State University in Los An-
geles, Calif.
1 9 5 8
Dr. Laurence Keogh
passed
the
li-
censing exam to practice counsel-
ing in
Illinois.
1
9 6 2
Dr. Frank]. Swetz
is serving as a
Fulbright
Visiting Professor at
Atenev University
in
Manila,
Spain.
He
is
also a consultant
to
the
Mindanao
Higher Education
Project
in the Philippines.
1J,,wu-1z::
The reunion banner indicaus
classes
rhal will
celebrart
ttunions
in
2000.
1
9 6 6
William
R.
Kawka
is president of
the
RMK
Group Inc., a consulting
firm
that offers business
resump-
tion planning services to organi-
zations ....
Alan
W.
Schultz
has
been appointed director of the
New
York
City
Department
of En-
vironmental Protection water qual-
ity
lab
at Shokan, N.Y. ....
Paul
P.
Stengel
was awarded
th1:
1997
Sci-
ence Teachers Association of New
York State's Excellence in Science
Teaching
Award at the secondary
level. Paul
was the only secondary
school
teacher
in the state to
re-
ceive
the award. He
teaches phys-
ics
at Shoreham-Wading
River
High
School...
Dr. James
M.
Sullivan
was appointed deputy su-
perintendent for
instrutction
and
curriculum at South
Huntington
School District.
1
9 6 7
Bro. Roy George
has been
as-
signed alumni director of Arch-
bishop Molloy High :School
in
Briarwood, N.Y.
...
Frank Guido
has
opened a second restaurant
called Mariner's Point in Catskill
in addition to Mariner's
Harbor Inn
in
Red Hook,
N.Y
....
William
Urkiel has
been appointed chief
financial officer and senior vice
president for IKON Office Solu-
tions,
Inc. in Malvern, Pa.
1
9 6 8
Stanley
E. Harris, M.D.
has been
promoted to senior
medical
direc-
tor of
Horizon Blue
Cross Blue
Shield of New
Jersey.
Dr.
Harris
also
has
been appointed to serve
on
the
Marist College Board of
Trustees
.... Bro. Denis M. Hever
has received certification as a chap-
lain
through
the National Associa-
tion of Catholic Chaplains.
He
is
a
member of
the pastoral
care team
at Wheeling Hospital
in
Wheeling,
W.Va ....
Floyd Holt
has
been
named a Disney American Science
teacher. He is also a Presidential
Award recipient, a Woodrow Wil-
son
national
fellow
from
Princeton
and appeared on MSNBC world-
wide as creator of
"The
Classroom
of
the
Future." ....
Richard Kirby
and his wife, Nancy, celebrated
their 30
th
wedding anniversary
in
November
1998
....
Dr. John
E.
Roche
was awarded a doctorate
in
education from Nova Southeastern
University in
FL
Lauderdale, Fla.
He is an assistant professor of in-
structional
technology at New
York Institute of Technology.
He
also
chairs
the
School
of
Education's Manhauan campus
and
Florida
site..
Dr. George
Searles
has
been
promoted
to
pro-
fessor in the humanities
depart-
ment
at
Mohawk
Valley
Community College
in
Utica and
Rome, N.Y.
He
has
taught
at
MVCC
since
1976,
specializing
in
English, journalism
and
Latin ..
Richard Yankowski's
company,
Executive
Title Co.,
has
nine
of-
fices
in Florida and
has
started a
new
enterprise,
Great Western
Lodging,
in
Breckenridge,
Colo.
1
9 6 9
Richard Gorman
has been
ap-
pointed
vice
president for
univer-
sity relations
at
Long
Island
University
in
Brookville,
N.Y.
Pre-
viously
he served for
five
years as
senior
vice
president
for external
affairs at New
School
University
in
Manhallan
.... Joseph
Kastrup
was the
president and CEO of
his
own company,
New
Century
Capital Corp.,
when
he
took
on
a
consulting
assignment
for
Compressent
Corp. and
was
named
chairman
and
CEO
of Compressent.
... Michael
Migliore is
opening a vineyard and
winery, Whitecliff
Vineyard, in
Gardiner,
N.Y.,
on
the
Shawangunk
Wine
Trail..
.. John
Sheehan
teaches
chemistry at
Ridgefield High
School
in
Con-
necticut. He and his wife, Dorothy,
celebrated
their
25'h
wedding
an-
niversary in
Bermuda.
i»u1w•n•
1 9 7 0
William Dourdis is
the
editor
of
the
Wappingers
Congress
of
Teachers
newsleuer,
The
Commen-
tator,
which has
won
three
awards
from
the
American
Federation of
Teachers
Communication Associa-
tion.
Bill
won
a second-place
Award of Merit for an editorial and
a third-place
Honorable Mention
for General Excellence.
He teaches
English at
Roy
C.
Ketcham High
School
in Wappingers Falls
....
Andrew
J.
Fallon (Col., ret.)
is
product
director
in
systems
man-
agement for SRS
Technologies
for
its
Washington, D.C.,
group.
He
retired from
the
U.S.
Army
at
the
rank
of
colonel
after
2 7
years of
service.
He
reports
that
his
wife,
Lesley, is
a
full-time
"corporate
wife,"
son Sean
is
fixed
income
di-
rector
for Riggs
Bank
in Washing-
ton and
daughter
Seannon
is
a
second-year law student
at
Catho-
lic
University in
Washington
...
Albert Lessard
is a
manufactur-
ing engineer for Vismed/Dicon, a
company involved in
research
and
FALL
1999
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Remembering
Ron Zurawik
'70
Ronald
T.
Zurawik '70 died
sud-
denly on April
25, 1999
at the age
of
50.
Ron
devoted most of his pro-
fessional life to the Boy Scouts of
America, where he
held
a number
of management positions includ-
ing director of the Durland
Scout
Center in
Rye,
N.Y.
He
received
numerous commendations for
his
work with the Boy Scouts, culmi-
nating with the Bronze Pelican
Award. Ron was also a key devel-
opment officer for Marist from
1979
until
1986,
including
service
as
alumni
director
for several
years. He remained very active in
the
Alumni Association, volunteer-
ing for Marist Fund
phonathons
and serving on the Alumni Execu-
tive Board.
"Ron
loved Marist and
served the College with dedica-
tion,"
said Shaileen
Kopec,
vice
president for college advancement.
"He
will be greatly missed by all
who knew him."
Ron is survived by his wife,
Pam,
and
two
children, Christine
and Gregory.
development
of eye care diagnos-
tic equipment..
...
Bro.
Sean
D.
Sammon,
FMS,
has written his
sixth book,
Life
After Youth: Mak-
ing Sense of One Man's
Journey
Through the
Transition
at Midlife.
It
was
published by Alba
House.
1 9 7 1
Ronald Guglielmo
has taken the
position
of associate director
for
health
care al the New
York
Stale
Catholic Conference in
Albany,
N.Y. ....
Mark
Tynan
has been
pro-
moted
to
the
rank
of sergeant
in
the Nassau County Police
Depart-
ment.
... Steven
Wysowski
has
been appointed vice
principal
of
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NOTES
Coginchaug
High
School in Con-
necticut. Previously he
served as
athletic director at Canton
High
School,
where
he
was named
Teacher of
the
Year fo.r
1990-91.
1
9 7 2
George
Alberti
Jr.
(!Lt.,
rel.)
re-
tired
from
the U.S. Air
Force as
a
lieutenant
colonel
afte:r 21
years of
enlisted and commi:ssioned ser-
vice.
He
is
now
employed
by
litton-Tasc,
supporting
the
De-
fense
Department.
...
Susan
M.
Killeen
was
appointed coordina-
tor
of grants
at
Orange/Ulster
BOCES Technology
Learning
Cen-
ter
in
the
curricular services divi-
sion.
Last
year she was awarded the
Orange/Ulster
BOC:ES Patrick
Mataraza Award
for
E:xcellence
in
Middle-Level Education.
1
9 7 3
Everett
Berger
is a
regional
sales
manager for
Hudson International
Group
in
Wayne,
Pa .....
Richard
J.
Cairns is
a member of
the
ex-
ecutive commiuee for the Torts,
ln-
surance and Compensation
Law
Section of
the
New York State Bar
Association.
He
concentrates on
civil and commercia1l litigation,
with
emphasis on employment
discrimination defense.
He
writes
that he would
love to hear
from
classmates,
"particularly those who
spent some
time
at
21
Vernon Ter-
race."
.... Richard Kol~rumel
is
an
accounting/budget
manager
with
the
Office of Thrift Supervision
-
Southwest
Region, based in
At-
lanta, Ga.
Anthony
Daniele
is
CEO of
Adirondack
Veneer Sa1w
Mill,
Inc.,
a
hardwood
sawmill
in Parishville,
N.Y.
....
Gregory
J.
Garville
was
elected
to the board of
directors
of
the Leap
Group,
a pulblicly traded
Internet advertising
agency. Greg
is
president
of Uni.on
Capital
Corp., a
private investment
com-
pany
based
in New
York
City
....
William Harding
is executive
di-
rector of the
Watershed Protection
Division
of
the
New
York
State
Department
of State
.... Mike
Harrigan
is
vice president of field
marketing
for
Showtime
Net-
works ...
James B.
Joyce
is
a se-
nior vice president at
The Bank
of
New York and
is responsible for
the banks
middle market
business
activities in New
York,
New
Jersey
and
Connecticut..
Anthony
P.
Nicolis,
an
Allstate
insurance
agent,
has been
recognized by
Allstates
Premier Service
Agency
program.
It honors agents who
have exceeded
company
standards
in customer
service
....
Marge
Pellegrino's
picture book,
I Don't
Have
An Uncle
Phil
Anymore,
was
released
in
January by the
Ameri-
can
Psychological
Association's
Magination Press.
1
9 7 6
Ernest
A. Arico
has
been
named
adjunct
professor
of communica-
tions
at Brevard Community
College's
Melbourne,
Fla., cam-
pus ....
Larry Hurley
has
retired
from
IBM
after
30
years of service
as an engineer and manager.
He
started working for
MiCRUS
as
an
equipment engineer
in
1995.
1
9 7 7
Dr.
Nancy
J.
Church
has
become
chair of the
department of man-
agement
and marketing
at SUNY-
Plattsburgh .... Timothy
DeBaun
is chief
information
officer of
Ju-
piter Communications, a
new me-
dia
research firm in
Manhattan ..
David Haynes
is
working full-time
as an
advisory programmer with
IBM and
is a
priest
in
the
Episco-
pal
Missionary Church, Diocese
of
the West. He plans to retire
from
IBM at the
end of this year to fur-
ther
pursue his ministry career
....
ThomasJ.
Murray
Sr.
was elected
president of Long
lsland
Cares,
Inc.,
a
food
bank
helping
the hun-
gry on Long
Island. I lis
son,
Tho-
mas, is a student at Marist.
1
9 7 8
Noreen
Fennell
has been elected
to
the board of trustees of the Or-
ange County Citizens Foundation.
1
9 7 9
William
M.
Deeken
was
honored
as Chiropractor of
the
Year
by
the
South Carolina
Federation
of
Straight Chiropractors
and
the
Federation of Straight Chiroprac-
tors and Organizations ....
James
Endler
is the
manager
of
the hu-
man
factors
division
for National
BioDynamics
Laboratory
....
Kathleen Yanarella Hall
became
a
certified financial
manager as
well as
a certified management
ac-
countant. ...
Robert Heinisch
was
promoted to
associate vice
presi-
dent for
security
and
operations at
the New York Botanical Garden
....
John Kwasnowski
has joined
the
Saratoga
Springs
office of
Morgan
Stanley
Dean Wiuer as
a
vice presi-
dent
and
financial
adviser ..
Megan O'Brien
moved
LO
the
Northwest to
run
a
marketing
pro-
gram for a
major
consulting engi-
neering
firm
as
corporate
marketing
director.
~Bm!M~R
--
1 9 8 0
Donald Ball
was promoted
to
vice
president and
chief
financial
officer
of North
American
operations
for
!KEA,
the
home
furnishings gi-
ant.
... Jack Grafing
is
working as
a sales
representative
for Miller
Freeman,
Inc
.... Michael Lanza
opened
his
second sporting goods
store in Staten
Island, Legends
Sporting Goods ....
Gary
Pruden
now works
for MVP
Health Plan
as MVP Select Care client services
coordinator.
1
9 8 1
C.
William OeWinne
has
been
promoted to retail
operations
man-
ager
for
Volvo Cars of North
America.
He is responsible
for ve-
hicle
sales, service and parts issues
in Volvo's Delea market
area.
Bill
and
his
family relocated
to
Brentwood, Tenn..
Kimberly
Mallen
is
a pharmaceutical
sales
representative with Pharmacia and
Upjohn
in
Valhalla, N.Y.
... Susan
Mead
is
the director
of financial
aid at
Dutchess
Community Col-
lege..
Patti
Tarsa
is
executive
director
of operations
finance at
the Estee
Lauder
Companies. She
is responsible for the
financial sup-
port
and analysis of all
U.S. manu-
facturing
locations.
1
9 8 2
Joe
Burleski
was promoted
to de-
livery
executive,
IBM
Global Ser-
vices, in St. Louis,
Mo
....
Kathleen
Fisher
is coordinator of
the inte-
grated case
management program
at
St. Marys
Hospital in Passaic,
NJ ....
Thomas Gillis was
named
manager
of
the
securitization
unit
for Credit
Agricole
lndosuez
....
James
Hage
is
computer
technol-
ogy
director
of
Mount
Saint
Michael
Academy
....
Dennis Mar-
tin
is
northeast regional sales
man-
ager
with Dearborn
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Alumni in the
Southwest turned out to see the Marist mens basketball team take
011
Arizona State
in
Tempe
last
winter
(ASU
won 85-77). Alumni joined parents of
the
players along with Director of Athletics Tim
Murray (far left),
Adzona Chapter
President
Tim
Burgess
'93
(third
from
left) and
Coach
Dave Magarity
(back
row, fourth from left)
in showit1g their
support for
the
Red
Foxes.
Publishing
in
New
York
....
Michael
McCarthy
was named
one of the
top
100 Irish Americans
by
Irish
America Magazine.
He is
senior vice president of Madison
Square Garden ....
Christopher
McVeety
received a promotion as
portfolio controller at EMMES As-
set Management. ...
Barbara
Sar-
torius
was promoted
to
full
professor at Ulster County Com-
munity College.
I
9 8 3
Robert Buuerfield
is
the
national
sales
manager
for WCHS-TV
in
Charleston, WVa ....
Marsha Gor-
don
was named president and
CEO of MetroPool, a nonprofit
commuter transportation
com-
pany.
She is based in Stamford,
Conn
.... Michael Kowalski
is a
clinical
instructor
and
lecturer
for
Medical Alliance, a medical
laser
company.
He
is one of
five
instruc-
tors
nationally
trained in using
the pulse dye laser ....
Peggy
McGovern
has been promoted to
vice
president
within the market-
ing communications department
at Paine Webber,
Inc.
I
9 8 4
Margaret Freund Cupp
was pro-
moted
LO
director
of
tax
account-
ing
for
IMS
Health ....
George M.
Daly
was
promoted
to
manager of
the
wafer fabrication facilities at
Sensitron Semiconductor. ...
Kerry
Guerin
is a publicist for
individu-
als and businesses. She
develops
advertising strategies
for clients
ranging from management con-
sultants to herbal medicine edu-
cators
....
Timothy Keough
was
promoted to
the
position of
train-
ing development,
support and
communications manager for Avis
Rent-A-Car
at Avis World
Head-
quarters in Garden City, N. Y.
Tim
also has
been
assigned
w
the
353'd
Civil Affairs Command with the
U.S. Army
Reserve
....
Rick
O'Donnell
left
his position as vice
president
of operations
fQr
Turbine
Controls,
Inc.
to accept a position
as manager
of global
materials and
logistics
for Pratt & vVhitney ....
Jeffrey S. Welch, M.D.
was pro-
moted
LO
assistant
professor at
Alben Einstein School of Medi-
cine.
llaw,Mdl:=:
I
9 8 5
Jeffrey R. Basch
is a iregistered
representative of SunAmerica Se-
curities,
Inc.
in Pleasant Valley,
N.Y
....
J. Bernhard
Heer
has
started his own
firm
fo,cused on
helping
parents plan for
the
ex-
pense
of sending their clhildren
to
college
....
Janet
Lawle1r
had her
original screenplay optioned by
Farrel 1/M
i
noff
Productions
in Cali-
fornia to be produced as a
possible
feature
film ....
Jonathan Masters
received
a
doctorate
in psychology
from Pepperdine
Unive:rsity.
His
dissertation is titled "Application
of an
Information
Search
Proce-
dure to
Diagnostic
Decision
Mak-
ing
and DSM-IV."
He
is
an assis-
tant psychologist at a clinic in
Queens, N.Y...
Michael Padala
was promoted to associate manag-
ing
director
of equities at Sandler
O'Neill Partners
in
New York
City ....
Margaret
Soltis
is an ad-
junct professor at Ulster County
Community College. She
is
also a
natural
history/colonial
crafts
in-
structor
at
the Ashokan
field
cam-
pus division
of SUNY-New
Paltz ....
Paul Sutherland
was
pro-
moted
to
the senior investigative
unit
at State Farm
Insurance
in Co-
lumbia,
Md ....
Olivia Sardone
Weatherby
is
a contracts admin-
istrator with Diamond P Sports,
L.L.C., a
television
production
company and studio ....
Mark
Zangari
became a partner with
Centurybanc Mortgage Corp., a
li-
censed mortgage banker
in
New
Jersey, where
he
serves as chief
fi.
nancial officer.
I 9 8 6
Thomas
M. Begg
completed
his
first book,
"Get
Up and GOAL!!!
Shoot for SUCCESS!" ...
Anne-
marie Biggs
Casey
accepted a
position
at Banque
Nationale
de
Paris as assistant vice president for
internal
auditing for a new securi-
ties firm the company
is
creat-
ing
....
Susan
E.
McCormick
Civello
was promoted
to
vice
president of sales for TCG, which
was
later
acquired by AT&T.
In the
acquisition her
title
changed
to
vice
president/general
manager of
AT&T
Local
Services Global Divi-
sion
...
Thomas Daly
is
the
vice
president
of
marketing
at
Campbell's Soup Company
man-
aging
the
Godiva Chocolatier busi-
ness. He
was
featured
on the cover
of
Advertising
Age
as one of
America's "top
100 marketers." ...
Regina Lenihan
is a
managing
partner
at the
Financial Relations
Board...
Peter Maloney
was
elected
to
the
board of directors of
the National Association of Ap-
proved
Morticians in
1998.
He
is
the owner
and
operator of the
larg-
est
independently
owned
funeral
home on
Long Island
.... Howard
D. Mills
III
was
elected
to
the
95,h
District
in
the
New
York
State
As-
sembly ....
Michael Murphy
com-
pleted his M.B.A. and has been
promoted to general
manager
of
Alinabal,
Inc.
in
Milford,
Conn
....
Alvin Patrick
is a
producer with
HBO. He
was previously a pro-
ducer
with "World News
Tonight
with Peter Jennings"
and
had
worked at the ABC-TV network for
nine
years
before joining HBO ....
Julianne
Carrubba
Sodokoffwas
promoted
LO
manager
of
her
real
estate office. She
is
ranked
among
the top
1
percent
of Weichen
Re-
altors ....
Holly Sraeel
is editorial
director of American Banker
Maga-
zine Group in New York.
I 9 8 7
Scott D.
Brenner
has
joined
Cohen and Wolf, P.C. as an
associ-
ate allorney in
its
real estate
and
corporate groups. Scott is a
mem-
ber of
the
bar
in
both Connecticut
and New York
....
Michael
R.
Carey is
news director at
WROW
Radio
in Albany ....
Geoffrey
De Maio
is a trainer/educator
with
Suffolk County Organization for
the
Promotion
of Education. Geoff
is
in charge of SCOPE's new mo-
bile
technology
classroom, which
provides computer
instruction
to
school districts on
the
eastern end
of Long
Island.
Colleen
Cunningham
Doyle
was
named
president of Genecom,
the medi-
cal
education
division
of
RABecker, a pharmaceutical adver-
tising firm
in
New
York
City. ...
James
Doyle
was
promoted to
vice
president
of Willis Corroon Corp.,
an
insurance
brokerage
company
in
New York City..
Thomas
P.
Hanrahan
has
been named
vice
president
and
manager of
Summit
Bank's health
care financial services
division.
Tom
is
the
current
presi-
FALL
l 9 9 9
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dent of
the
New York metro chap-
ter
.... Jeanne
Isler
was
promoted
to
director of merchandising at
Newport News,
Inc
....
Pamela
Nau-Erickson
was
promoted
to
manager
of cooperative advertis-
ing
at
Rolex
Watch USA
....
Denise
Robertazzi Repak
has
moved
to
Singapore with her
husband,
who
is the
news
editor for Dow
Jones
Newswires's Asia-Pacific bureau.
She works pan-time
with an
American
car
retailer
in
Singapore
.... William
T.
Rumble,
C.P.A.
is
a global
financing
ana-
lyst
for IBM
Asia-Pacific in Mt.
Pleasant, N.Y.
... Ellen Fitzpatrick
Saunders
has
left
her
position as
senior merchandising
manager
withJCPenney Company and now
teaches marketing at Culpeper
County
High
School
in
Virginia
..
Maria Gordon Shydlo
was pro-
moted to director of
public rela-
tions for Oxford
Health
Plans,
Inc.
in Connecticut. She is vice presi-
dent of
the
Marist College Alumni
Association ....
Michael Tallman
was promoted
to
the rank of ma-
jor in the Massachusens Army
National Guard, exactly 11 years
to the
day after
being
commis-
sioned
through the
former Marist
Army
ROTC
program.
He
has also
been promoted
to systems officer
in
charge of maintaining
the daily
operations
of the Novell and
Microsoft networks
for
the infor-
Members
of
tlie
North Carolina
chapter gathered
at a
Carolina
Hurricanes
game
against the
New
York Rangers
early
this
year.
Dur-
ing the
game
Julie Dumont
Rabinowitz
'92,
clwpter
co-presi-
dent,
received
a
wann greeting
from Stonny tl,e
Ice
Hog, the Hur-
ricanes mascot.
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mation
technologies
division.
Derrik
Wynkoop
is chief
financial
officer
and
vice president
of
Walden Federal in Walden, N. Y.
He
also
has
been appointed chief
operating officer of a bank subsid-
iary,
Walden Services Corp.
1
9 8 8
Roger
Ardanowski
has been
pro-
moted
to
senior vice
president
at
Edelman Public
Relations
World-
wide in the corporate issues and
legal affairs group..
Meredith
Mary Daniel
graduated
from
Wake Forest University with a
Ph.D. in analytical chemistry. She
is
an applications specialist at
Spectro Analytical
Instruments
in
Fitchburg, Mass ....
Charles
W.
Fellerly
Jr.
is vice
president,
ac-
count
manager
with CPO, a direct
response
media
agency in Chicago,
Ill.
Previously
he
operated his own
DRTV consultancy firm,
TEC
Di-
rect..
Peter
Oppenheim
is pro-
ducing award-\vinning advertising
for TBWA Chiat/Day Advertise-
ment
in
New York City..
Brian
Regan
was promoted to
the
posi-
tion
of senior programmer analyst
at
Reuters
America
Inc.
in
Hauppauge,
N.Y
.... James
S.
Selby
was
promoted
to youth di-
vision counselor at
Highland
Resi-
dential Center.
1
9 8 9
Carol
Anne Gordon
Arriaga
was
promoted to senior technical staff
member at AT&T and
received
a
1998 Business Markets-Clo Circle
of Excellence Award ....
Maureen
Casey
is
the
legislative
consultant
to the Women's Bar Association of
the State of New York
....
William
A. Drolet III
was hired by the
Philadelphia
Flyers and Philadel-
phia 76ers to be
the
national sales
manager of Comcast Sports Net-
work, a
Philadelphia-based
re-
gional sports network ....
Joseph
Eriole
is an attorney for real es-
tate
development and land
use
planning
in the
metro
and
Westchester
County areas ....
Michael Kinane
was promoted
to
vice president of Epoch 5 Market-
ing,
a public relations
firm.
Michael
and Carol Catutti
Kinane
'89 were
the
co-chairs
for the
10
th
Reunion for the Class of
'89
....
Christine
E.
Kinney
is
working
at Bankers Trust as a sales and
mar-
keting representative
to registered
NOTES
investment advisors and other in-
termediaries
....
Kathleen De Riso
Mitchell
is working as
the under-
writing manager
for all travel
ser-
vices
accounts
at
Equinox
Management Group in Oradell,
N.J
.....
Michelle
M. Graham
Plummer
has
been named chief
financial
officer of Greene County
Bancorp,
Inc.
She obtained her
C.PA. license in 1998
....
Kathleen
Smith Sweeney
graduated in Au-
gust of 1994 with an M.B.A. from
Iona
College and became a C.P.A.
in 1997
lz)a
1
m,-uw
--
1
9 9 0
Colleen
Dwyer
Crossed is
work-
ing
toward a
doctorate
in educa-
tional
administration
and
leadership at lmmaculata
Col-
lege
....
Karen
A. Foley
has joined
the
law
firm of
Berkman, Henoch,
Peterson &
Peddy,
PC as an asso-
ciate
....
Sean Hawkins
has be-
come
the
director of
technology
at
T-3 Media, an
Internet
develop-
ment firm in New York City ....
Karen Schaeffer Hincapie
is
a
[O•h
and 11
th
grade social studies
teacher at the Sugar Loaf Union
Free School
District
where she
has
received tenure.
She and
her hus-
band lived in Pereira, Colombia,
for three
and a half months ....
Patrick
K.
Kramer
was promoted
to production director at United
Stations
Radio
Networks,
Inc
....
Ellen Clark
Lawrence
has
joined
Communications
Industries
Corp.
in
Grafton, Vt., as a sales associ-
ate ....
Mark
Miller
is
working as
an
associate
producer
for
Washing-
ton Sidewalk, a Web site that
cov-
ers things to do
in
the D.C. area.
He has
spent
the
past few
years
roaming the country, working for
Esquire in N.Y., CompuServe in
Columbus, Ohio and MSNBC
in
the
outskirts of Seattle, Wash ..
Patricia
DePaolo
Munk
joined
Arthur Andersen's metro New York
office as
a
service
line
marketing
coordinator...
Glenn
Onos
was
promoted
to vice
president
and
technology manager of Global
Trading
Technologies at
Republic
National
Bank
....
Mark
S.
Raine
is a contractor to
the
U.S. Army
with Cardinal Systems Group.
He
is assigned
to
a
project that
coor-
dinates military medical
logistics
at Ft. Detrick in Frederick, Md
....
Thomas
Traudt
is a forensics de-
tective and photographer. He is de-
veloping a digital crime lab for the
Dutchess County Sheriff's Office
that will
replace the
conventional
photo
lab
....
Ann
M. Triant
moved to Vermont and is working
for
the
Vermont Country Store as
store manager.
1 9 9 1
Michele Bessey
is
a partner with
Production Works! Film & Televi-
sion,
a
small
business that
pro-
duces
television
programs,
commercials and music videos ....
Lisa Cerniglia
was promoted
to
director of community support
services at Greystone Programs,
Inc.
She works with children and
adults who
have
autism and other
developmental disabilities
....
Rob-
ert
Gerber
is a sales consultant
with Mincom, an Australia-based
software company specializing
in
total
enterprise asset management
solutions
....
Christine
Ingrassia
became a certified massage thera-
pist while continuing to work for
the
Independent
News, a northern
New Jersey
newspaper
....
Barbara
Shatzle
McGrail
is
a research edi-
tor for
Moneysworth,
a nationwide
consumer
publication
based in
Greenwich, Conn ....
Jay Murray
has been promoted
to
director of
admissions at Marist..
Robert
Petrucelli
has
joined the Big
Five
consulting
firm
KPMG
Peat
Manvick
L.
LP as a
research
ana-
lyst in Stamford, Conn ....
James
Porter
is a sales representative for
Americom Label Systems in
Rhode
Island
....
Waheeda
Ramdayal
has
been promoted to
manager
in
the
assurance and business advisory
services practice at the Price
Waterhouse Coopers' Syracuse of-
Jay Murray
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Remembering Jack Dougherty
Johnj.
':Jack"
Dougherty,
Marist's first
direcLOr
of development,
died Oct.
11,
1998
at the age of
88, a ye,ar af-
ter
suffering
a debilitating strolke.
Jack
was the
director
of
de~relop-
ment at Marist
from
1964
until
1977
and
continued
to serve
part-time
on
the
College's fund-raising staff
~or
the
next
20
years.
Among
his ac·com-
plishments were
inaugurating,
in
1967, what
has
become the a:nnual
Community
Breakfast at
Marist, regu-
larly
attended by
more
than
200 civic
leaders
in the
Mid-Hudson Valley.
Jack was
known
for
his impec-
cable dress and ready wit.
~Jack
Dougherty was an
important
part of the College's early
years,"
adds
Shaileen Kopec,
vice
president for college
advancement.
"He
u.nder-
stood the need to tell the
Marist
story
and to
get
people
invol\'1ed for
the betterment
of our
institution.
He
had
a unique personality and a
genuine
interest
in
helping
young people."
He
was
survived
by
his
wife, Margaret,
known
as "Peg," who
passed
away
this past summer. Mrs. Dougherty provided a gen,erous
bequest
to
Marist College to establish the
John].
Dougherty Memo-
rial Scholarship.
fice. She performs and oversees
audits for
the firm's
manufacturing
clients and
provides
transaction
support to a variety of clients
..
Jeanne Rebillard
is distribution
and circulation
manager
for
Taconic Media
in
the
Hudson
Val-
ley...
Michael Russin
became
part-owner
of a new soft ware com-
pany in
New York City specializ-
ing in
financial applications
..
Scott Tietjen
was promoted to se-
nior
consultant
with
Keane,
Inc ..
Anthony
Williams
was promoted
LO supervisor of network services
for the New York State Department
of State
....
Paige Winkler-Nicosia
was promoted
LO
vice president of
the New
York
City-based
market-
ing
consultancy
firm the Next
Group ....
John Zanni
has earned
an M.B.A.
from
University
of
Dal-
las. He
has also been
promoted to
director of Prudential Resources
Management.
I
9 9 2
Francesca
Burns
is a seventh
grade
geography
teacher
in
Bloomfield
Middle School in
Bloomfield, NJ. She is also pur-
suing
a
master's
in
instruction
and
curriculum at Kean University ....
Christine
M. Carbone
became
adjunct professor
for
the
School of
Computer Science and Math at
Marist
College. She also was
pro-
moted
to
advisory programmer
at
IBM ...
Kevin Francis
is
working
for CBE Technologies as a systems
engineer.
He
achieved
certifica-
tions
as a Microsoft certified sys-
terns engineer and a certified
netware
engineer....
Stacey
Horner
Hawkins
has become
president of Smart Ventures, a con-
sulting firm in Beacon, N
.Y.
CynthiaJones Hazeltoni is
teach-
ing first grade at
the
Flooral Park
Bellerose
Elementary School on
Long
Island
....
Elizabeth Murphy
Lynch
is working as a sa1.ellite op-
erations manager for NBC, based
at
the
MSNBC
facility
in 5ecaucus,
N .J....
Doreen
Mia honey
McCartin
has
left
the
New York
City teaching system
to
work in
the
Manhasset,
Long
Island, School
District.
...
Julie Rabinowitz
has
been appointed a visiting lecturer
of communications at No,rth Caro-
lina
State
University
....
Jennifer
Sabo
was appointed an account
executive
in the new
Stamford of-
fice of Stanton-Crenshaw Commu-
nications,
a
public
relations firm
in
New York City ....
Donna Sacco
is
working for
DDB
Needham
Worldwide
as
a media
planner
on
international
accounts. Her terri-
tory
includes
all of Latin America
and portions of
Europe.
Donna is
also a competitor on the: national
swing
dance
circuit. ...
Patricia
Smith
graduated with a C.A.S. de-
gree from
the
College or St.
Rose
in
Albany, in
the
area of school psy-
chology. She is a school
psycholo-
gist for
Hartford
Coun1ty
Public
Schools
in Maryland,
w,orking in
a middle school and el,ementary
school..
..
Joseph
Stanford
is
working for IBM as glob.al project
manager. He
has been
initiated
into
"The
International
Crusade for
Holy
Relics
of
the Royal
Order of
the Crown of Saint Peter."
I 9 9 3
Darryl Balaski
received the state
of Connecticut's Governor's Service
Award for his work on the Con-
necticut
Board
of
Trustees
of Com-
munity-Technical
Colleges.
He
is
an
Oracle database administrator
for Pfizer Pharmaceuticals Central
Research in
GroLOn, Conn ....
Tara
Brewer,
a C.P.A., was promoted
to
manager
in
the Albany office of
Urbach Kahn
&
Werlin,
PC
..
Julia
Burns
is
manager
of stock
plan
administration with Morgan
Stanley Dean Witter in New York
City
....
Zelesther Cay
received a
master's
in
social work from SUNY-
Albany.
He is
a psychiatric social
worker with the Albany County
Mobile Crisis
Team
....
Patrick
Crocetta
relocated to Albany, N.Y.,
to
work as corporate sales manager
with Empire
Homes
in
Kinder-
hook, N.Y. ...
Erin Davison
has
joined
Documentation
Strategies,
Inc.
as
a
technical
writer. She will
provide
information
and
writing
services as well as design Web
pages for customers ....
Pedro
L.
Figueroa
is co-manager of collat-
eral
audits at
Maloney Commod-
ity
Services,
Inc. MCS
is one of the
two
largest
independent,
interna-
tional weighing and sampling com-
panies in
the western hemisphere
...
Tara McGrade Huber
accepted
a
new
position
at
KPMG
as a man-
ager
in human
resources
..
Victoria Kirichok-Pratt
has begun
her own
business
called Victoria's
Trufnes which
makes
handmade
chocolates
...
Jodi Ramey Lewis
was
promoted from
senior associ-
ate to manager at Price Waterhouse
Coopers
L.L.P. in
its
Stamford,
Conn., office ....
Maria Licari
has
moved from assistant producer
at
ABC's
"Good
Morning
America
Sunday" to the
network's
Special
Events
division....
Kendra
Mulvey-Lawlor
received
her
M.A.
in
experimental psychology and is
a
research
analyst with the Center
for Health and
Policy Research
in
Denver, Colo
....
Michelle
Pound
Powell
works
at the
Fox News
Channel as a satellite
intake
opera-
tor ....
Gregory Reisert
earned an
M.B.A. from
St.
John's
University
in international
finance
in
May
1997.
He
works at the New
York
Stock
Exchange
as
account
man-
ager
in
market
data
....
Jodie
Schaeffer
is
the
assistant director
of research at
BT
Wolfensohn ....
Marc
F.
Spitzner
was promoted
to
business
systems analyst at Chase
Global Funds Services company.
He was
also accepted
into the
Bos-
ton
University information sys-
tems
graduate
program..
Mark
Stackow
is working
at the
Weather
Channel, providing some of the
graphic elements for its
live
broad-
casts ....
Maria
C.
Valentino
has
been
appointed systems director
for
the
Poughkeepsie
Journal
She
has served as
PC
specialist in
the
systems department since
joining
the
newspaper
in
1993 Maria
will
direct a department of
10 com-
puter specialists
who
are
respon-
sible
for
all computer
and
telecommunication
activities
at the
Journal.
lnvmNsR
I
9 9 4
Christine
Baron
received
a mas-
ter of education
in
special
needs
from
Simmons College
in
Boston,
Mass.
She
teaches
history and
is
a
member
of
the
founding faculty at
the
Harker
School in Sanjose, Ca-
lif.
...
Jori Cincotta
is director of
admissions
and outreach at
the
University of California-San
Di-
ego ....
Pamela Clinton
was com-
missioned
as a second
lieutenant
in the
U.S. Army
in
the
military
police branch.
She is serving
a one-
year assignment
in
South
Korea ...
Chris
Dolan
is
an account
man-
ager for Forrester
Research
in
Cambridge,
Mass.,
working with
telecommunications,
publishing
and business clients
.... Meaghan
Fitzgerald
joined IBM
and is de-
veloping the standards
IBM will
use to
measure
the
traffic
and
ef-
fectiveness of advertising cam-
paigns on
its
global Web sites ....
Michael
Gearing
spent
two
months
in Australia
installing
travel
expense accounting systems
that he has been
supporting in
the
United States for four years.
Michael works for
IBM in Endicott,
N.Y.
A former Marist men's volley-
ball
club
player, he plays
on
a
club
team
than won the
Iroquois-Em-
pire Volleyball Association (JREVA)
regional
championships
and a
berth in
the nationals ....
Steve
Graham
played professional base-
ball
for
two
years
with
the Atlanta
Braves. After serving as assistant
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aquatic director
for the YMCA, he
is
youth/teen
director
for
the
Y..
Jennifer
Guzman
has
been pro-
moted to assistant
director at
TheroCare of New York City, Inc.,
a medical
evaluation and rehabili-
tative
agency
for developmentally
delayed
children
up to
age 5 ....
Gabriel Hidalgo
joined
the law
offices of
Thomas
j.
Lavin as a
managing associate attorney.
He
specializes
in international
con-
tracts, immigration
and personal
injury
law
....
Jeffrey Hurley
is a
lab
director
for the City of New
York
at Croton
Reservoir. His
lab
has gained New
York
State Depart
-
ment of
Health
certification under
the
Environmental
Laboratory
Approval
Program
as a
result
of
his
elTorts ....
Amanda
Kelly
is
head
teacher
at Columbus
Pre-School
in
New
York,
N.Y. ...
Nikki
leSage
accepted a
position
with Time,
Suzanne and
Stephen
Caramore
'70, a son,
Christopher
Robert,
March
11,
1998
...
Maureen
and
Bill
O'Reilly
'71, a daugh-
ter,
Madeline
Ann,
March
21,
1999 ...
Carol and
John Patrick
Hunt
'75, a daughter,
Kaitlyn
Leigh, March
20, 1998 ... Juliette and
James
Bresnahan '76,
twin sons, Ryan
and Daniel, Feb.
18, 1998 ... Mona
andJohnJ.
Kelly III
'79, a daugh-
ter, Jennifer
Lauren,
July
30,
1998
...
Anita Marano
'79
and
Dennis Malen, a daughter,
Nicole
Jacklyn,
Nov.
4,
1997..
Louise
Wittek
'79
and
Jeffrey
Bender, a
daughter, Emma Ellen, Oct.
29,
1997 ...
Marianne Muoio
'81
and
Doug
Weber,
a
daughter,
Mackenzie Christina, Dec.
16,
1997
...
Jill Kaiser
'82 and Kevin
Babcock
'82,
a daughter, Kylee
Marie, May
21, 1998
...
Stephanie
Lambert
'82
and Craig Banner,
twin
sons, Geoffrey and Luke, Oct.
15, 1997.
Virginia
L.
Mazzola
'82
and Mike Brophey, a son, Ben-
jamin Michael, April
5,
1998 ..
Melissa and
Paul j. Drejza
'83,
a
daughter, Lauren, Oct.
21, 1997
...
Colleen and
James V Galvin
'83,
a son, James Michael,
July
22,
1998..
Donna O'Shaughnessy
'83
and Richard Garcia, a son,
Ryan Patrick, Aug.
21, 1998 ...
f
ALUMNI
Inc.
in
New
York
City: As manager
of corporate advenis:ing research,
she manages prima.ry research
projects for
several Time,
Inc.
magazines including
TIME, People
and
Sports
Illustrated
....
Denise
Mauro
has
been working for
the
Salvation Army for three years. She
works in
its therapeutic
foster
boarding
home program
in
Mineola, N.Y. She w:as promoted
to casework supervisor
in
April
1998 ...
John McManus
is direc-
tor of annual giving tfor King and
low-Heywood Thomias School in
Stamford,
Conn
Erin
O'Sullivan-Kelly
is working for
Partners and Shevack/Wolf, an ad-
vertising agency in New York City,
as a
senior account executive
....
Steven
Parrett
is a
credit analyst
for Greenwich Capiwl Markets in
Greenwich, Conn
....
Karl
Scriva
is
a
project
manager for the Mar-
Pamela
J.
MacGregor
'83
and
Patrick
Sullivan,
,a
daughter,
Fallon Ma:rie,
Jan.
23,
1998 ...
Susan Mallory
'83 and Jc,hn Thomp-
son, a
son,
Cameron
Thompson
II, March
21, 1998
...
Theresa
Sullivan '83
and Glenn
Barger
'84, a son, Brian,
Jan.
18, 1999 ...
Judith
Batza
'84
and James Kurkela
':84, a daugh-
ter,
Lindsay Taylor, July
13,
1998
...
Maria
andJo:hn
F.
Cardis
Ill
'84, a
son,
John Michael, Feb.
13, 1998 ...
Eileen
Dearie
'84 and
William Wallace,
a
daughter,
Meghan Kathryn,
March
11,
1997 ...
Wendy Del Signore
'84
and Paul
Schiavi,
a daughter.Jen-
nifer Lee, Sept.
8, 1994 and a son,
Paul Angelo, Dec
.
.23,
1996
..
Margaret Freund
'8•f and Daniel
Cupp, a daughter, Rachel Olivia,
July
10,
1998
...
Karen McGeary
'84 and
Kenneth B,ohan
'84, a
daughter. Shea Rose. June 24,
1997.
Christine
imd
Jeffrey
Welch
'84, a daughter, Allison
Christine, May
28, 1998
...
Linda
Burhance
'85
and
Frank
Burhance
'83, a son,
Noah
James,
Dec.
28,
1997
...
Chriistine Carey
'85
and John
T.
McC:arron
'86, a
daughter, Sabrina Marie, March
24, 1998 ...
Christime
Dempsey
'85 andJeffrey
Kiely
"84,
a
daugh-
ter, Melissa Rose, Nov:
15, 1998 ..
NOTES
ket Data Group at Prudential Se-
curities.
He
is responsible for the
design and implementation
of
trading Ooor
mission-critical appli-
cations ....
Stephanie Weidman
is
a
pharmaceutical
sales representa-
tive
for Solvay Pharmaceuticals.
]Enum-nw
,,
1 9 9 5
Matt
Bourne is
a senior account
executive of public relations at Na-
tional
Media Group, a sports mar-
keting
and
PR
firm
in
Manhattan ....
Raymond
l.
Braun
Jr.
was promoted to assistant vice
president of
the
mutual
fund
rec-
onciliation and accounts control
department
with the brokerage
firm
Salomon Smith Barney
..
Arthur
J.
Brown
Jr.,
C.P.A.
was
appointed to the Town Board of
Poughkeepsie as
the
Councilman
Laurel Dickson
'85 and
Daniel
Spuhler
'85, a daughter, Rose
Hannon, Oct.
8, 1998..
Patrice
Girolamo
'85
and
Neal Sullivan,
a son, Ryan Neal, March 7, 1998 ..
Christine and Steven
loDestro
'85, a son, Daniel
Connor,
March
18,
1999 ...
Anne Markey
'85 and
Sal Somma, a
son, Christopher
Donald, Aug. 3,
1998
...
Suzanne
and Edward C.
Muschio
'85,
a
son, Edward
Charles
Jr.,
Aug.
5,
1998
Jane Piecuch
'85 and
David Fine, a
son,
Max Davis
Piecuch, Aug.
15, 1997
...
Amie
Rhodes
'85 and Ron Rubenstein,
a daughter,
Sarah,
Nov.
21,
1997
...
Denise and
Mark Zangari
'85. a son, Gerard Michael,
April
21, 1999 ... Erin
and
Peter
Asselin
'86,
a
son,
Joshua Barry,
June
12,
1998 ..
Joyce
and
Michael
Barker
'86,
a son,
Brendan Leonard.July
7,
1998 ...
Susan
McCormick
'86
and
Salvatore Civello, a daughter,
Lauren Elizabeth, Feb.
16, 1999 ...
Anne
Marie
Collins
'86
and
George
Stix, a son,
George Connor,
Aug.
12, 1998
...
Paula
Daley
'86
and Joel Hinderliter, a daughter,
Quinne,
July
16, 1997...
Una
Geoghegan
'86 and Anthony
Giachinta
'86, a daughter, Gillian
Rose, March
31, 1998 ..
Mary
Mikan
'86
and Kevin Martin
'87,
a son, Pearse Fitzpatrick, Dec.
27,
1998 ...
Maureen McAndrew
'86
and Kieran McCabe, a daughter,
representing
the fifth ward
....
Nicole Antoinette
Buzzetto
is
a
doctoral candidate at Columbia
University, Sllldying communica-
tions,
computing and
technology
in education. She works for
Insti-
tute for Learning
Technologies
as
a
research
associate
in
New York,
N .Y. ...
Mary Kate
Calabro
is an
art director for
Micro
Warehouse
in Norwalk,
Conn...
John
Capuano is
a school counselor at
Half Hollow Hills High
School
West in
Dix
Hills. N.Y. ...
Anna
Castillo
has been
an
auditor at
The Bank of New York since April
1998.
She
began
graduate school
in January
1999
....
Eric Cavoli
was promoted from copywriter to
creative director of AmeriFIT
Inc.
in Bloomfield, Conn. He is a con-
tributing
author
for
Best
of
Health
magazine
....
Lori
Rivenburgh
DiDonato
was promoted
to
com-
Bridget Maureen, Aug.
8, 1998
..
Maureen
Lynch
'86
and Andrew
Meyer, a son, Patrick James, Jan.
20, 1999
..
Karen Hutter
'86
and
John
Neevel. a daughter. Hailey
Anne, Dec.
15.
1998 ...
Gina Or-
lando
'86
and Richard Spivey, a
daughter, Marissa Nicole, April 5,
1998..
Maureen Ryan
'86
and
Kurt Walten. a son, Timothy Ryan,
May
16.
1998
...
Mary
C.
Schroeder
'86 and Vincent
Savino, a daughter, Chloe Marie,
Aug.
4, 1998 ... Kimberly and
Todd
Squillaro
'86, a daughter,
Angela
Carmen. June
9, 1998
...
Mary Jo Stempsey
'86 and Eu-
gene
Lorini,
a
son,
Eugene
Raymond.July 30,
1998
...
Kristin
Blair
'87
and Bryan Bradley
'88,
a daughter,
Kathryn Ann, July l,
J
998 ...
Karen
Chatterton
'87 and
Kevin Manion, a daughter, Kayla
Ann, Jan. 13,
1999
.. Laurie
Dejong
'87
and J.R. Morrissey
'88,
a daughter, Joie, Nov. 7,
1997.
Sheila Ethier
'87 and
Anthony
Lorello
'86, a son,
Michael Anthony, Oct.
2,
1998.
Allison and
James]. Fedigan
'87,
a
son, Christopher
James, Sept. 2,
1998 ...
Ellen Fitzpatrick
'87 and
Robert Saunders
'87, a son, Riley
Owen, Dec.
4, 1998 ... Eileen and
Thomas P. Hanrahan
'87, a son,
Liam Michael. Aug.
5. 1998
..
Georgia Katsilianos
'87 and Jay,
a son, Alexander Ford, Sept.
14.
1998 ... Julie and
Sean M. Keating























muniLy coordinaLOr supervisor al
St. Anne
Institute,
where
she
has
worked
since
1995. She supervises
programs
in
four
counties in New
York
....
Nicole Ermlich
is a
li-
censed speech-language paLholo-
gisL
in
the Chenango
Valley
Central
School District. She is also the
di-
recLOr
of speech-language pathol-
ogy
at Sullivan
Park HealLh
Care
Center
in
Endicoll, N .Y.
... Mark
Ferrari
is
a
hazard mitigation
spe-
cialist wiLh
the
New
York
State
Emergency
Management
Office
....
Dina Pace
Foley
started her own
company,
Pace
Productions,
Inc.,
based
in
Highland
Falls, N.Y.,
pro-
ducing
corporate and commercial
videos.
Her
clients have
included
General
Molors and the Ronald
McDonald House
....
Peter
Foy
is
a law clerk
in
the
Passaic County
Courthouse Criminal Division.
He
passed both the
N.Y. and N.j. bar
'87, a son, Charlie.Jan. 7, 1998 ...
Meg and
Matthew
T.
Martin
'87,
a son, Christopher Joseph, Nov.
17, 1998
...
Joanne O'Connell
'87
and Steven Schofield, a son.Joseph
James.Jan.
13, 1998
...
Elizabeth
Reisert
'87
and
Edward
Burnich
'87, a son,
Karl
Thomas, Jan. 11,
1999
Victoria and
John G.
Roche
'87, a
daughter, Jillian
Elyse, June
17,
1998 ... Jean
and
Jim
Ross
'87,
a
son, Christopher
Henry,
September
19, 1998
...
Donna
and
Gary Smith
Jr.
'87, a
son, Gary
L.
Smith
Ill,
Sept.
30,
1998..
Heather
and
Todd
Wysocki
'87.
a
daughter,
Anna
CaLherine, Aug.
19,
1998
...
Kim
and
John
Dary
'88,
a girl, Kendall
Patricia,
July
8,
1998..
Elaine
Ganci
'88
and
Mike
Bishop, a
daughter.Julia
ChrisLine, Nov.
16,
1998 ...
Janice
Sorg
'88 and
Christopher
Esposito
'89, twin
sons,
Dean
and Nicholas, Aug. 5,
1998
...
Judith
Lach
'88
and Don
Veeck, a daughter, Emily, March
28, 1998
... Michele
and
Joseph
Madden
'88,
a son.Joseph Conor,
June
21, 1998,
Father's Day!
...
Kristine Manning
'88
and
Joseph
Nappa,
twin
sons.Joseph and Alec
John,
Sept.
21, 1998 ...
Patricia
Mauriello
'88
and
Robert Keouda,
a son, Scott, March
26, l
998
..
Susan
McCarthy
'88
and
William
McKenna
'88, a
son, Timothy Jo-
seph, April
27, 1998
Janine
Meunier
'88
and
John D'Orio
'86,
Mil1e
a11d
Mary Feddt:ck
with daughter Annemarie
in
New
York
City, Albany,
Poughkeepsie
and Long
Island.
But
this
time he
didn'L want to
do
as much traveling; he preferred LO
spend
more time
at home
with
new
daughter
Annemarie. Mike
and
his
wife,
Mary,
opened
their
hearts
and
home to
Annemarie
last
rear when
they
adopted her at age
15 months
in
China.
So, in
addition
LO
al!ending
three
regional phonathons, Mike
volunteered to
make
calls from
his
home
LO
alumni all over the coun-
try. He began with alumni
near his
own graduation year of
1966
but
branched out
to
}'Ounger alumni
when
he
set his goal at
500 calls.
Mike Feddeck
'66:
A
Top
Volunteer
If
the name Michae
I
Feddeck
sounds familiar,
maybe
you were
one of
the
500
alumni
Mike called
to ask
for
support
for
the
1999
Marist Fund campaign.
A number of Marist graduates
volunteer each year to
help
con-
tact alumni during the annual
fund
campaign. But Michael
Feddeck
'66
is the
first to have called
500
fellow alumni in one year.
The
results?
He
raised
more
than
$42,000 for the
Marist
Fund.
The
Advancement Office
at
Marist
College
thanks Mike
for his
dedication to
Marist
and
the
an-
nual
fund.
Don't
be
surprised if
you hear from
him
this year-he
has
set
his
goal at contacting
1,000
alumni.
a
daughter, Elizabeth Jane,
Sept.
1,
1998
...
Bethina
and
Anthony
Monaco
'88,
a daughter, Sabrina,
July
7,
1997
...
Debbie and
Steve
Stickel
'88, a daughter. Casey
Alexandra, Sept.
2 7, 1998 ... Eliza-
beth
and
Stacy
Brown
'89,
a son,
Trevor Alexander, Aug.
19, 1998
...
Dina
Deschino
'89
andl Steven
Maloney
'90, a
son, Christian
Michael, May
8,
1998 ...
Jlosie
and
Joseph
Eriole
'89, a son, Mallhew,
Aug.
6, 1997 ...
Karen
!Gorman
'89
and James McGetrick, a son,
Trevor James,
July
24, 1998
Michelle
Graham
'89
:md
Tim
Plummer, a daughter.Jordan Mae,
June
17, 1998
...
Maureen and
Robert Kenny
'89,
a so·n, Drew,
June
23, 1998 ...
Julie
a11d
Mark
Marino
'89, a son,
James
"Jake"
Maxwell, Sept.
28,
1998.,. Eileen
Marron
'89 and
Robert
Si:hleier, a
daughter, Allison
Marie,
Sept.
1,
1998
.. April and
Patrick
A.
Pacenza
'89, a son, Kyle Patrick,
May
15,
1998
Patricia
Rapuano
'89 and
Jeffrey
Wosleger,
a son,Jake Patrick.June
4, 1998
..
Kathleen M.
Smith
'89 and Dou-
glas Sweeney, a daughter,
Kaitlyn
Anne, Aug.
15,
1998
..
Tessa
Wilusz
'89
and
Paul O'Sullivan
'90, a son, Christopher, April 3,
1997
...
Amy
L
Allesandrine
'90
and
John
Kennelly, a son, Owen
John, July
16, 1998 ...
Patricia
Flynn
'90
and
Joseph Skahill, a
daughter, Tara Anne, Dec.
30,
In
past
years, Mike has
traveled
from
his home in Bronxville, N.Y.,
to numerous phonathons
held
1997 ...
Elizabeth
Murphy
'90
and Preston Walsh, a son, Connor,
Feb.
15,
1998
Diane and
Frank
Vezzuto
'90, a son, Nicholas An-
drew.Jan.
30,
1998
... Jennifer and
Stephen
Batta
'91, a
daughter,
Kristyn, Oct.
18,
1997
... Cynthia
Dennerlein
'91
and Richard
Marcisak, a
daughter,
Michelle Jen-
nifer,
May
28,
1998
...
Laura and
Steven Giannone
'91,
a
daughter,
Allison Sha ye, Aug.
14,
1998
...
Marilyn
T.
Goulette
'91
and Todd
Yerks,
a
daughter, Rachel
Olga,
Dec.
10, 1997.
Jeanie and
Desmond
Kenneally
'91, a
daughter,
Caitlyn,
Sept.
24,
1998...
Caren
and
Paul
Kratochvil
'91,
a daughter,
Samantha
Marie,
April
23, 1998
...
Beth
H.
Maniscalco
'91
and Dean
Morretta, twin sons, Austin Dean
and Michael Dean, April
17,
1998
...
Kristin Owens
'91 and
James Fay,
a son, Patrick
James,
April
21,
1998...
Nicole
VanBeurden
'91
and Kenneth
Yarbrough, a son, Sean Michael,
Sept.
20, 1998
...
Laura DeMott
Garden
'92, a
daughter,
Zoe Alyse,
July
6,
1998...
Danielle
Dunalewicz
'92
and
Douglas
Sanders
'92,
a daughter, Erin
Diana,
May
22, 1998 ..
Lisa
Giordano
'92 and
William Burns
'93,
a daughter, Emily Noelle, May
28, 1998 ...
Jennifer Maloy
'92
and Lawrence McGurk, a son,
Timothy James, Aug.
5, 1998.
Christine
Sheeran
'92 and Tho-
mas Mohr, a son, Sean Joseph,
Nov.
12,
1998
...
Lizette
and
Pat
R. Mandola
'93
a son, Evan An-
thony.June
30. 1998 ... Dawn and
Carl
J.
Marrinaccio
'93,
a
son,
Andrew George, Aug.
14, 1998
..
Jennifer
O'Donovan
'93
and
Keith
McDonnell, a daughter,
Riley
Rose,
Dec.
9,
1998
...
Jeannie
Petroski
'93
and Ben Ford, a son,
Lucas Benjamin, Oct.
23,
1998 ...
Colleen and
Andrew
T.
Torpie
'93, a daughter,
Kiera
Sky, Aug.
15,
1998
...
Elizabeth
Noonan
'94
and
Edwin Ryan
'94, a son,
Jack
Downing.Jan.
8, 1999 ...
Jennifer
Ross
'94 and Victor
LaBruna, a
daughter, Emily Tina, Nov.
12,
1998
...
Sarah andJeffSchanz
'94,
a
daughter,
Elisabeth Catherine,
March
28, 1999 ..
Paula
and
James Gorham
'95,
a son, Andrew
James, Feb.
3,
1999
...
Deanna
McGraham
'95
and
Mark
Sternefeld,
a
daughter, Marissa
Deanna,
Aug.
28, 1998
...
Robin
Diller Torres
'95 and
Wil Torres,
twins,
Lauren
Diller and Ethan
James,
Jan.
22,
1999
... Jennifer
Dascenzo
'96
and
Kevin O'Neill
'95, a son, Dylan, Nov. 29,
1998
...
Mary DeLara-Glamory
'96 and
Timothy
Gamory
'95, a daugh-
ter,
Gabriela Tatiana, April
15,
1999 ...
Karina Ortega-Verdejo
'96 and
Lorenzo
Verdejo
'96, a
son.Joshua.Jan.
1, 1999
...























exams after graduating from Seton
Hall University
School of Law with
aj.D. and a concentration in crimi-
nal law
in
May
1998 ....
Timothy
Gamory
was promoted to
vice
president
of
Teach
for America.
Teach
for America
is
a
national
cor-
poration
of recent college gradu-
ates of all academic
majors
who
commit to teach for two years in
under-resourced urban
and
rural
public schools ....
Andrea Gulius
is a transition
facilitator
for
the Los
Angeles
Unified
School
District.
She helps disabled children with
the transition from infant
services
to preschool
services ....
Vincent
Hummel
is a marketing consult-
ant for several Johnson
& Johnson
companies
including McNeil and
Merck and its consumer
products
and
personal
products
compa-
nies
.... Maria
Cuneo Kinchelve
is a
financial analyst at
United
Healthcare ....
Michael).
Murray
has
transferred
from IBM
Fishkill
to
IBM Hawthorne to work
on
the
Sydney 2000 Olympics
Web
site.....
Jennifer
Dascenzo
O'Neill
is
a
communications co-
ordinator for College Auxiliary Ser-
vices
for
SU NY-New
Paltz
..
Kevin O'Neill
is Webmaster/sup-
port
specialist at NRS Systems
in
Lakevillle, Conn., and is scheduled
to complete his master's in com-
puter
information
systems at
Marist in
December
1999
..
Julie
A.
Philippan
graduated from the
Medical
College of Virginia in
May
of
1998 with
a masters
in
physi-
cal
therapy.
She works
in
Con-
necticut
doing
geriatric
rehabilitation ....
Norine
Mudrick
Pigliucci
is a senior production
editor at Greenwood Publishing
Group in
Westport,
Conn ....
Joy
Romanelli
was promoted to spe-
cial events manager for the Coca-
Cola Bottling Company of
long
Island
....
Kristen
Rath
is
a
pro-
ducer for Macys Satellite Network.
She
designs,
writes
and produces
on-air
promotion
spots/campaigns
for programming and non-broad-
cast
use..
Alissa
Renzulli
Parrett
is
a relocation analyst for
Cendant Mobility
in
Danbury,
Conn ....
Keith
Reyling
is an
op-
erations supervisor for PRI,
a
cor-
porate background investigation
company and a subsidiary of As-
sessment Systems
Inc
....
John
Rooney
works
in IBMs Internet
Web Ahead division..
Brian
Smith
is working
for
APCO Asso-
20
M A R
I
S T M A G A Z
I
N E
t
ALUMNI
ciates, a worldwide jpublic affairs
agency. He
was
promoted
to
project associate and
handles
nu-
merous
state-based
grassroots
campaigns
for Fortune
500 com-
panies
....
James
Sullivan
is direc-
tor of mergers and acquisitions for
Quantum
Advisor)/ Company,
ltd.,
in
Bangkok, Thailand. The
company is an investment bank-
ing
practice focusing, on
telecom-
munication
and
technology
investments
in Southeast Asia
....
Robin Diller Torres
:is
director
for
the Center for Advising and Aca-
demic
Services as well as an ad-
junct lecturer
in psychology at
Marist.
InJune Prentice Hall pub-
lished
a book
by Robin
and fellow
Marist colleagues
Dr.
John
Scileppi
'67 and
Elizabeth
Teed
'95 called
Community
Psychology:
A Commonsense
Approach
to Men-
tal
Health. John is
a professor of
psychology and director of
the
graduate program in psychology at
Marist.
Elizabeth
is community
research
projects
coordinator and
an
adjunct
lecturer
in
psychology
at
Marist.
..
Melissa
Reynolds
Walton
is case manager
II
for Cen-
ter Point Human
Services in Win-
ston-Salem, N.C.
The
company
provides
intensive
case manage-
ment services
to individuals
who
are dually diagnosed with retarda-
tion
and mental
illness.
1
9 9 6
Barbara Barker
is a
nursing
home
administrator
for the Dubuque
Nursing and Rehabilitation Center
in
Iowa
....
Patricia B,artholomew
spent some time at. Cambridge
University in England during the
summer of 1998 with Children's
literature
New Eng.land.
In her
current
position in
Cincinnati she
is
a member of the
Local Profes-
sional
Development
Committee
....
Raul R. DelaRosa
i.s working
at
the Media Edge as a
local broad-
cast specialist.
He
also
has
a part-
ti me
job
at Taylor
Business
Institute
teaching an
Introduction
to Marketing course ....
Claudine
DeSola
has been promoted
to
public relations
and
international
sales director at Yeohlee, Inc. She
is beginning
a free-lance company,
Corinthos, to organize events at
the
limelight
and other
lounges
in
Manhattan..
Beth
Dooley-
Canfield
is a fourth grade teacher
in the Jersey
City Public Schools.
She
is
completing
work on a
NOTES
masters in counseling and a stu-
dent
personnel services certificate
at New Jersey City University
..
Christopher
P. Donabella
re-
ceived his commission
as
a naval
officer after completing Officer
Candidate School (OCS) at
Naval
Aviation Schools Command, Na-
val Air Station in Pensacola, Fla
...
Jennifer
Doorly
has been work-
ing
for Titan
Television
(the
World
Wrestling Federation). At Titan
Television she produces her own
show entitled
"Shotgun
Saturday
Night."
...
Christine
Dube
is in
her
second year at Maplebrook
School, a private
boarding
school
for students with
learning
differ-
ences
....
Jason Farago
has
been
hired
as manager in the corporate
communications department at
Lehman Brothers.
He
received a
master's in public communication
from Fordham University
in De-
cember ....
Erica
Feick has
re-
ceived an
M.F.A. in
creative writing
from Emerson College in Boston.
She
is
an electronic publisher at
Arte ch
House....
Brian
Frankenfield
was
named
Em-
ployee of
the
Month last year by
Cahners Electronic Media. As a
graphic
designer
for the company
his
responsibilities include
con-
verting 16 publications as well as
supplements for dozens of
maga-
zines from
print
to
the
Web
....
Christine
Guerci
has moved to a
new
posmon
at
Arthur
Andersen
....
Sue Gullotta
is
working
full-time
toward
a
masters in social work....
Brian
Gumbel
was promoted to district
manager at
Nette!
Corporation.
He
oversees the Internet sales and
consulting division
in
New York,
which handles Web
hosting,
Web
design
and Internet service. He
also freelances
as a special events
coordinator at limelight in New
York City, promoting art and fash-
ion
events ....
Amy
Hall
is the
grant manager at Points of light
Foundation
and
is managing
a
grant
from
the UPS Foundation
to
expand youth service programs
across
the nation ....
Christopher
E.
Heath
works for
Kajaz Engi-
neering,
Inc., a Washington,
D.C.-
based defense contractor. Chris is
the senior
developer/configuration
manager for the Department Of
Defense Army
Declassification Fa-
cility
in
Arlington, Va.
In
his spare
time
he
is the co-owner and op-
erator of $NH-Information
Tech-
nology Services (www.snhic.
com)
....
John King's
latest book,
Kingdoms of the Celts,
has
been
published by Bland yard Press ...
Debra
Levantrosser
is a senior
consultant with
Price
Waterhouse
Cooper
in
the consumer and in-
dustrial products
department.
She
is based in Detroit but spends her
life
"on
the road."
...
Joseph
Marranca
III
is a project manager
for
Intranet/Internet
at Interna-
tional Telecommunication Data
Systems, a wireless telecommuni-
cation software company in Stam-
ford, Conn
....
Kimberly E. Mayo
has been appointed move-in coor-
dinator of Sunrise Assisted Living
at West Essex in Fairfield, N.J. Kim
is an active
member
of the
Essex
County Coalition for
the Protec-
tion of Vulnerable Adults
....
John
Mileo
is working at IBM with cor-
porate
business development as
cybrarian/i
n
formation analyst ....
James McCarthy
is an employee
of Mellon Private Asset
Manage-
ment
in the
investment depart-
ment.
...
Jessica
Nagle
graduated
from
Boston University
law
School and is an associate at
Latham and Watkins
in
New York
City
.... Sherri Schneider
is in the
department
of toxicology/pathol-
ogy and gene expression
at
Hoffman-la Roche
....
Virginia
Barnes
Siegrist
is a school
psy-
chologist
in
the
Hyde
Park School
district..
Denise
A. Stelman
started her own business called
IN
MEMORIAM
Bro.
James
j. Dixon, FMS
'51
Bro. Alcide A. Ouellette, FMS
'55
Edward j. Miles '58
Bro. Michael C. Driscoll, FMS
'68
Fred Gardner Hamilton
'68
James T. Morrison Jr. '68
Thomas A. O'Donnell
'68
j. Donald Burns
'69
Richard S. Costa
'69
Henry E. Thomas
'70
Ronald
T.
Zurawik '70
Rev. William M. Turowski '71
John
P.
"Jack"
Whalen
'73
Patrick E. Armida '74
Charles J. Dumser '78
Robert
L.
Keller '79
Judy
A.
lapoce
'85
Michael McGloughlin
'86
Richard
S.
Trifilo
'87
Paul M. Mele
'93
Eileen
M. Hickey
'94
Patrick A. Tasciotti
'95
Danielle
J
Hagan
'97
Darren G. Laffin
'97

























Wraptures, Inc..
Teri Stewart
became
a marketing agent for P.W
Grossner, a consulting engineer
and hydrogeologisl. ...
Brendan
Tierney
is
a co-host for WTKZ
1320AM's
morning show in Allen-
town,
Pa.
He
is also doing
basket-
ball
play-by-play work for Lehigh
Valley
High
School and surround-
ing colleges ....
Dina Wehren
is
working in the
admissions
depart-
ment
for
Saint
Joseph
College in
Connecticut....
Lori Zengel
teaches
primary special education
at
Montgomery
Elementary
School. She also serves
as
resident
director at Mount Saint Mary Col-
lege
in
Newburgh, N.Y ....
Melissa
Zobel
is a psychotherapist in a par-
tial hospitalization program.
1
9 9 7
Amy
Donohue-Brown
completed
her
master's in social work and
is
the administrator of a transitional
shelter
for homeless
women and
families..
Craig Chandler
was
promoted from
senior
information
systems specialist to LAN project
leader
with TRW on contract with
the United States
Postal
Service ...
Jacqueline
Darragh
has
been
pro-
moted to
assistant
branch
manager
of People's Bank
in
Orange,
Conn ....
Andrew
W. Fleming
is
assistant men's soccer coach
at
Boston
University.
...
Kara]. Flynn
is an
editor
for
PR
Newswire
in
Bos-
ton,
Mass ....
Aaron Grubel
is pro-
motions manager for
Silverleaf
Resorts, a
promotion/marketing
firm
....
Mark
Jensen
started
working
for
MCI-Worldcom as a
project
manager..
Clifden
Kennedy
works for
"CBS
Evening
News
with Dan Rather."
He
trav-
eled to
the
Winter Olympics in
Nagano, where he worked at
the
freestyle
skiing venue
....
Shannon
Kenney
relocated
to Altus, Ok.,
and is working for the
Toner
Or-
ganization as a brokerage manager
for life
insurance
and annuities
....
Amy
Marafioti-Horetz
is a televi-
sion director for
the
morning news
at
RNN-TV
in Kingston, N.Y ....
Kim
Picataggio
lived and worked
in Hawaii
as a special education
teacher for
one year. She
has
re-
turned
to
New Jersey and has be-
gun teaching fourth grade in a
school for emotionally
disturbed
children ....
Rose
Raus
has joined
Sawchuk, Brown Associates. She
is
a public affairs assistant working
with several state associations ...
Remembering Eileen Hickey
'94
Eileen
Hickey
'94
in
family
plwto with grandson
Daniel
first Marist graduate
to
serve in
the
state assembly. She was an ad-
vocate for many groups,
especially
Vietnam veterans, and volun-
teered
extensively
in the Mid-
Hudson Valley. She and her family
could be found
eYery
Christmas
serving dinner
to
hundreds of less
fortunate residents in the area, an
event she
coordinated
for
the
past
18 years.
Eileen
Hickey
'94
died March 5,
1999,
at
the age of 53
:ifter
a brave
battle with cancer.
"Eileen Hickey stood out as a
leader in
our
Hudson Valley com-
munity and
set
a
tremendous
ex-
ample for
others," said New
York
State Senator Steve
Saland, who
nominated
Eileen
posthumously
for recognition in
the
state senate's
Women of Distinction program.
The program honors notable
women across the state who have
made
profound
marks
on their
communities.
"Eileen
personified
When Eileen Hiclcey became
the first
New
York State assembly-
woman
to
earn a bachdor's degree
while in office, she
had
already
distinguished herself as a state
leg-
islator
and communit;y leader. A
registered
nurse,
she became the
Daryl Richard
relocated
to
Bos-
ton
from Washington,
D.C.
He
is
an associate account executive for
Miller/Shandwick Technologies,
where he helps coordinate
the
media
and public relations activi-
ties
of
high-tech
corporations
..
Janis Russell
received her master's
from the University of Connecti-
cut
in
survey research ....
Lauren
Schneidmuller
is working directly
in
her
field
as
a
broadcast produc-
tion
assistant along witlh fellow
alumna
Jennifer Deloss,o
'97
....
Craig S. Scribner
is
a staging
tech-
nician for Equant
Integration
Ser-
vices,
testing
and configuring
networking equipment. ...
Melissa
Waterman-Fordham
works for
Family
Services
in Dutchess
County as a clinician and ;advocate
in
the
crime victims
program
....
Tabitha
Zierzow
has ac,:epted a
position at the Bristol W,ater Pol-
lution Control Facility in Bristol,
Conn.
1
9 9 8
Chesney Caswell
is pursuing a
master's in social work at Fordham
University
....
Gregory
Chtristman
works
for Lehman
Brothers as an
assistant
trader..
Ste:phanie
D'Jimas
works for EA Engineer-
ing, Science and Technology in
Newburgh, N.Y..
Christopher
Drapala
is a production assistant
at
Business
of Commercial
Aviation,
published by Aviation We:ek, a di-
vision of the
McGraw-Hill
Com-
panies ....
Terence]. Duane
works
for Six Flags Theme Park as an ac-
count executive in the
northern
N.j. market ....
James Dziezynski
is
halfway
toward his goal of reach-
ing
the highest
ground in all 50
states.
He
had plans to summit
Mount Rainier
in
Washington and
Mount Hood in Oregon
during
the
summer
of 1999
....
Robert
Fontaine is
a probation officer aide
wi.th the Dutchess County Depart-
ment of
Probation
and Community
Corrections ....
Alisa Franz is
en-
gaged to
be
married to Neill White
in May 2000
Wendy
D.
Gagliardi is
pursuing a combined
certification
program
and master's
program
in
early
childhood
and el-
ementary education at New York
University ...
Kristin Gaskill
was
promoted to annual giving coor-
dinator for
the
Culinary
Institute
of America
in Hyde
Park, N.Y. ...
Brittany King
is
a
production as-
sistant for ESPN
in
Bristol,
Conn.,
and recently received a promo-
tion
....
Kenneth Landes
is a con-
sultant for the Autocrafts Group of
Price
Waterhouse Coopers
l.l.P.
...
Matthew D.
Laskowski
is a
para-
legal for A. Michael Barker,
P.C.
in
Northfield, N.j. ...
Michelle
T.
Lajoie
is coordinator of the
handi-
capped program in West Orange,
N.j. She also teaches third grade
special education
at Thomas
Jefferson
Elementary School
in
the
Hawthorne
School
District.
...
Gabriel
E.
Lutwin
is a Coast
Guard seaman and departed on
patrol to
the
Caribbean Sea while
stationed aboard the U.S. Coast
Guard cutter Escanaba ....
Melissa
qualities
that make
our
lives as a
community
richer: compassion
for the
less
fortunate, persever-
ance
in beliefs, love for family and
love
for
community."
Eileen
and her husband,
Dan,
were awarded
the
Marist College
President's Award for community
service
in 1990.
"The greatest
hope of any
col-
lege is that its graduates have
the
intellect
and
character to
make
the
world a better place for oth-
ers," said Marist College President
Dennis Murray.
"Eileen
Hickey
did just that for her family, our
community, and the state
of
New
York."
Eileen
is
survived
by her
hus-
band,
Dan
(Class of'66), son, Dan
Jr.,
daughter-in-law, Maria, and
three
grandchildren.
Manso
is working for
the
World
Wrestling Federation and was pro-
moted
to
new
media
video editor
four months after starting with
the
company.
...
Kenneth
Marma
is a
trader at First New York securities
in White Plains ....
Keith Mitchell
is
the
legislative director for Mas-
sachusetts State Senator Guy Wil-
liams Glod is ....
Teresa
Moran
is
a social worker at Saint Cabrini
Home, Inc. working with emotion-
ally
disturbed
youths and juvenile
delinquents ....
Dave Mc Keown
is
an associate
talent
manager for
Shirley Grant Management, a New
York/Los Angeles talent manage-
ment firm for children and young
adults.
He freelances
as a
theatri-
cal scenic
designer
and
technical
director ....
Jamie Peters
works for
Mudd
Jeans
....
Kerri Provo
is an
account group assistant for NCT
Advertising
....
Stephanie
Raider
teaches
at the S.F.B.
Morse Young
Child
Magnet
School
in
Poughkeepsie.
She is
teaching in
a first and second grade combina-
tion special education
class-
room
....
Gyna Slomcinsky
works
for
Country
Living
magazine as
an
assistant in billing of photogra-
phers as well as stylist assistant at
photo
shoots....
Lisa Anna
Tortora
is attending the University
of Connecticut, pursuing a
masters
in survey
research.
Lauren
Ventresca
is
in the
buyers'
train-
ing
program for Bloomingdale's
....
News of the Class of
'99
will appear
in
the next issue.
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Lowell. Thomas
Jr.
ReJnernbers.
The son -
and fellow adventul'ler
-
of the legendary broad-
caster recounts his historic and harrowing
trip to Tibet with
Lowell Thomas Sr. befo e a rap audience at Marist Colleg
>-
Right: Interpreter
Tsewong
(left), Lowell
Thomas
Jr.
and Lowell
Thomas
Sr. at
Champithong,
after
cross•
ing
the
nearly
three-mile-
high
Nathu-La
mountain
pass into
Tibet from
India.
Below: Lowell Thomas
Sr.
leading the
caravan
through
the
mountains
of
Sikkim on
the climb
to
Nathu-La.
22
M A R I ST M A G A Z
I
N E
BY TIM MASSIE
A
laska resident Lowell
Thomas
Jr. actu-
ally
made
two return trips
during
his
visit
to Marist
College this
past
May
The
first
was to his childhood homeplace of
Dutchess
County
The
second was an awe-inspir-
ing
recollection of
the
visit
he
and his father
made
to Tibet 50 years ago.
When Thomas looked
into
the audience of the College's Nelly
Goleui Theatre, he acknowledged
many
friends who
made
the 20-
mile
drive from Pawling, N.Y., his
boyhood home, to
hear his
pre-
sentation on
the
Tibet
trip.
His
warm greetings
to
his
father's
long-time secretary, Electra
Nicks, and others proved that
time
has not erased fond memo-
ries of Thomas's
Pawling
years.
























Lowell Thomas
Jr.,
his
wife, Tay
(center),
and
his
father's
long-time
secretary, Electra
Niclis,
grleeted
well-wishers
outside
the
Nelly
Coletti
Theatre at Marist. Thomas spohe al Marist about
his
momentous
trip
to Tibet
with
Lowell
Thomas
Sr.
50
years
ago.
Lowell Thomas
Jr. was
cable from his father: '
Meet
me In
Calcutta.
Iran when he received
a
miracle has happened.
The
Dalai
Lama's
winter
p,1lace,
the 900-foot-high
Potala in Lhasa.
Lowell
Thomas
Jr.
and his
father
were only
the
seventh and
eighth Americans
allowed into the
then-"closed" land of
the
Dalai
Lama. Thomas was in
Iran
when
he received
a cable from his fa-
ther: "A miracle has happened.
Meet
me in
Calcutta. We are on
our way to Lhasa."
Following
a
tortuous journey of several weeks,
the Thomases arrived
in the
Ti-
betan capital of Lhasa, where
they
were granted an audience with
the
then-14-year-old Dalai
Lama
and took the first
photographs
of
the
boy Tibetan Buddhists
wor-
shipped as both God and
king.
Thomas
noted
that
there was
a
reason he
and his father were
granted
this
rare
privilege.
The
advisors
to the
Dalai Lama hoped
the famed
broadcaster
and his
son would warn the world of the
impending invasion of the
peace-
ful
land
ofTibet by Chinese Com-
munist forces. Shortly thereafter,
Tibet was
invaded
and has been
controlled
by
China ever since.
The 350
people
who came to
see Lowell Thomas
Jr.
viewed rare
film
of the journey
to
and from
Lhasa. They watched as the
Tho-
mas caravan snaked its way along
mountain passes
and
rope
bridges.
On
the
return
from
Lhasa, Lowell
Sr. was thrown from
his
horse,
breaking
his hip
in eight places.
Later, accompanied by his
wife, Tay, Thomas greeted all of
the guests who attended his talk
at a
reception
held in the Marist
Student Center.
The Tibet excursion
is
chronicled by
photos
from that
historic trip
and artifacts from
Tibetan culture which are on
display in
the Lowell Thomas
Communications
Center at
Marist. Marist also houses Lowell
Thomas's
papers,
correspondence
and other
memorabilia
in its
library.

"Out
of
this
World Revisited: Rare
Photographs of Lowell Tl10111as's
1949
Epic
Journey to Tibet"
is on
display
in
Ma,,-ist's
Lowell Tl1omas
Communications
Center.
The
cen-
tu
also l1ouses
"One
Hundred
Images," a
comprehensive exhibit
recounting
the
legendary
broadcaster's life.
Both
ex/1ibits
are
open
to
the public.
Fol'
infol'-
mation
call
(914) 575-3174.
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AMONG
THE
More
titan
a quarter-million people from around
the
world filled
St.
Peter's
Square for
the
canonization,
wl1ile
tens
of
millions
more watched the
Vatican telecast
of
the
event.















BY
TIM
MASSIE
F
or
nearly
60 members of
the
Marist
Singers,
the
canoniza-
tion
of Saint
Marcellin
Champagnat,
founder
of the
Marist Brothers,
on April
18
was
"a
life-changing experience."
The
students were
joined by
70 addi-
tional pilgrims
from
the Marist
College community, led by
Presi-
dent and Mrs. Dennis Murray, as
they
traveled
to
Rome
for the sol-
emn liturgy
presided
over by
Pope
John Paul
II.
The Marist
delegation
at-
tended a general audience with the
pope
the Wednesday before the
canonization.
That Friday, U.S
Ambassador
to
the
Holy
See
Corrine "Lindy"
Boggs
hosted a
diplomatic
reception
at the
Ambassador's
Residence for the
College
and
officials from
the
Vatican. The
Marist
Chamber Sing-
ers
and the men's
and women's a
cappella groups, Time Check and
The
Sirens, performed for Mrs.
Boggs
and her guests.
Saturday evening,
the
singers
represented the United States and
all English-speaking countries at
the
international Champagnat Fes-
tival in
the Vatican's
Paul
VI Audi-
ence
Hall.
Following a
rousing
introduction by
the
festival's mas-
ter
of ceremonies, Marist Provin-
cial
Bro. Patrick McNamara, FMS
'73, the singers brought down
the
house
with two selections while
12,000 spectators
treated
them
like
rock stars.
As exciting
as
that
experience
was, it was
just
a prelude to the
Sunday canonization
liturgy.
The
singers were granted the privilege
of performing a solo and singing
with
the
Sistine Chapel Choir dur-
ing
the
nearly three-hour
cer-
emony. The Marist students, Music
Director Laura Russell and accom-
panists Dr.
Ruthanne
Schempf and
Karen
Merker were seated directly
behind the
pope
and were
the first
people
the Holy
Father saw as
he
entered
the
square. More
than a
quarter-million
people
from
around
the
world filled
the
square
that morning, while
tens
of mil-
lions more watched the Vatican
telecast
of
the
evenl.
It
was surely
the biggest
audience for whom
the
singers have ever
performed.
The day also had special mean-
ing for Marist
President
Emeritus
Bro.
Paul
Ambrose Fontaine, FMS
who was given a
front-row
seat at
the
canonization. "The Brothers
and
I
have
been
praying for
this
day for
many, many
years,"
Brother
Paul said, "and we are grateful
to
God that our prayers
have been an-
swered."

Above,
U.S.
Ambassador to the Holy See Corrine
"Lindy"
Boggs
(cen-
ter,f ront) hosted a diplomatic reception at the
Ambassador's
Residence
for Marist and officials from the Vatican. The Marist
Chamber
Sing-
ers
and men's and women's a
cappella groups,
Time
Chech
and The
Sirens
(above),
perfonned for tl1e ambassador and her
guests.
Left, Marist President
Emeritus
Bro. Paul
Ambrose,
FMS, Presi-
dent Dennis
Murray
and Vicar
General
Bro. Sean Sammon,
FMS
'70
pose
with
a
portrait
of Saint
Marcel/in
Champagnat
in
Rome.
FALL
l
9 9 9
27

























Marist H0Jt1ors
Cokie Roberts
The College presents its annual Lowell 7rhomas
Award to Washington's top
congressional
news analyst.
C
okie
Roberts
once
told
TIME
magazine
that "politics is our
family business." For a woman
born into a family that
be-
lieved in
public service, there
could
have
been
no
better
preparalion
for one
of
America's best political ana-
lysts.
Cokie
Roberts,
chief congres-
sional analysts for ABC News and
co-anchor of the Sunday
morn-
ing broadcast "This Week with
Sam Donaldson and Cokie Rob-
erts," was
the
recipient of
the
16th
annual
Lowell
Thomas Award
from Marist in September in a
ceremony at
the
Union League
Club
in
New York City. Like
the
award's namesake, Roberts has a
career that also includes roles on
radio and as a newspaper colum-
nist. Roberts serves as a news
analyst for National Public Radio,
and authors a weekly column with
her
husband,
Steven,
that
is syn-
dicated by United Media
in
major
papers across the country.
Roberts
joined National Pub-
lic
Radio
two decades ago and
has
won
numerous
awards, includ-
ing
the highest honor in public
radio,
the
Edward
R. Murrow
award. She was also
the
first
broadcast journalist
to
win
the
highly
prestigious
Everett
McKinley Dirksen Award
for
cov-
erage of Congress.
From 1981 to 1984,
Roberts
co-hosted "The Lawmakers," a
weekly public television program
on Congress.
Roberts
was also a
contributor to
the
"MacNeil/
Lehrer Newshour" on
PBS
and
she
received the
Weintal Award
in 1987
for her coverage of
the
Iran/Contra affair for
that
pro-
gram.
In
1991,
Roberts
won an
Emmy for
her
contribution
to
the
ABC News Special "Who
is Ross
Perot?" Roberts
is
also
frequently
28
M A R I
S
T
M A G A Z I N E
President
Dennis Murray
pre-
sented
the 16th annual Lowell
Thomas Award
to
Cokie
Roberts.
seen asa host of ABC's
"Nightline."
Roberts
has serv,ed as presi-
dent of the Radio-Tekvision Cor-
respondents
Associ.ation. In a
1998
National Journal
survey of
senior congressional staffers, she
was voted the best reporter cover-
ing
Congress.
The honoree met wit:h
18
Marist students majoring in
communica-
tions
or
political
science
following the award
ceremony
at the
Union
League
Club
in
New
Yor/1
City.
Roberts's 1998 book, We Are
Our Mothers' Daughters, was a
national best seller. In her re-
marks,
Cokie
Roberts
stressed
the
need
for diversity
in
newsrooms
and highlighted several
distin-
guished women who
led
the way
in
opening doors for women
in
politics, business and journalism.
It was a
theme
Roberts continued
as she
met
with 18 Marist stu-
dents
majoring
in communica-
tions or political science in a
roundtable discussion following
the ceremony.
The
Lowell
Thomas Award is
presented annually to a
broadcast
journalist who reflects
the imagi-
nation, humanity and
pioneering
spirit of the former Dutchess
County resident, who received an
honorary doctorate from MarisL
in
1981.

Top: Li/1e Lowell Tl10mas,
Col1ie
Roberts
has
a
career
that includes
roles in
radio,
television
and
newspapers.
Bottom: Members
of
the media
attending
the award
ceremony
included
WNBC
senior correspon-
dent Gabe Pressman.











Welcome
to
the
Alu
ni
Association,
Class
ol
'99!
"We
don't always
succeed
in
what
e
try,
certainly not by
the
world's standards.
But,
I
think that
you'll
find
it's the willin
ness to
keep trying that matters most.
It's not
the
honors and the
prizes
and the
fan
outsides
of life which
ultimately
nourish our
souls.
It's
the
knowing that
we can be trusted, that the bedrock
of
our
very
being is
good stuff,
that
we
never have
to f ar the truth.
That's what makes growing
humanity
the most
potentially
glorious enter
rise
on earth
....
"When
I
say,
'It's
you
I
like,'
I'm ta king about that part of you that helps you to won-
der
and
dream, to
say thank you, and
to feel
for others.
That's
the part of you that will
ultimately
make the
biggest difference
in
our world ....
"May
God so bless you and
your
families and your teachers and your
friends
always.
It's
such a good feeling to know you're alive. Congratulations."
-Excerpts
from the Commencement speech
by
Fred
Rogers
May 22,
1999,
Marist College
































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1999
Theatre
Nov.
18-21
"City of Angels," a musical
Dec.
2-5
"The Choice," experimental theatre
Presented
by the Marist College Council
for Theatre
Arts. All performances
take
place
in
the
Nelly Goletti Theatre,
Student Center. Call theatre box office at
(914) 575-3133
for
performance
times
and
ticket
prices.
Music
Dec. 12
Marist Band Concert
3 p.m., Nelly Goleui
Theatre, Student Center. $1, Marist
students; $3, senior citizens and children;
$5, general public.
Music at Marist Series
Oct.
20
Music Faculty Recital
Julie Martyn-Baker,
nute; Jonathan
I
land man,
cello;
Ruthanne
Schempf, piano; Laura Russell, piano;
Joanne
Fenton, voice; Jeffrey Armstrong,
guitar;
Martin
Tyce, trombone; Arthur
Himmelberger,
percussion;
8
p.m.,
Performing Arts
Room,
Student Center.
Nov.
10
The Best of Musical Theatre
presented by
the
Gilbert
&
Sullivan Musical Theatre
Company.
Highlights
from
"Show
Boat,"
"Die Fledermaus,"
"The
Mikado," "Most
Happy
Fellow,"
"Kismet," "Sweeney
Todd,"
"Kiss
Me Kate,"
"Pirates
of
Penzance"
and
"Oklahoma," 8 p.m., Performing Arts
Room,
Student Center.
Art
Sept. 30-Oct.
21
"An Ordinary land: Photographs of
England and France,"
phoLOgraphs by
James
Luciana,
Art
Gallery, Greystone.
M-F, noon-5
p.m.; Sat., noon-4 p.m.
Lec:tures
Willia1n and Sadie Effron Lecture in Jewish Studies
Oct. 21
"Shakespeare and the Jews: Interpreting The Merchant of Venice,"
Dr. Bernice Kliman,
Shakespeare scholar, 8
p.m.,
Nelly Coletti Theatre, Student Center.
Peace and Social Justice Lecture Series
Oct. 25
Frederik Willem de Klerk,
former
president
of South Africa and co-recipient with Nelson
Mandela of
the
1993 Nobel Peace Prize. 7:30 p.rn., McCann Center. $3,
Marist
students;
$5, high i;chool and non-Marist students; $7, general public. Call College Activities at
(914)
575-3279 for more
information.
Annual George J. Sommer Lecture Series
Nov.
4
"Geoffrey Chaucer as a Medieval Catholic Poet,"
Dr. C. David
Benson
of the University of
Connecticut,
8
p.m., Nelly Goletti Theatre, Student Center.
Peoplie and History of the Hudson
River
'Valley
Lecture Series
Oct.
20
"Hudson River Valley and the American Revolution,"
Dr.
Tho1111as
Wermuth of Marist College, 7 p.m.,
Nelly
Goletti
Theatre,
Student Center.
Oct. 27
"The VaUey's First Residents: Native-Americans in the
Valley,"
Dr. Laurence
Hauptman
of SUNY-New Paltz,
7 p.m., Nelly Goletti
Theatre,
Student Center.
Oct. 28
"From Slavery to Freedom in the Hudson River Valley:
The African-American Struggle for Equality,"
Dr.
Michael Groth of Wells College, 7 p.m., Nelly Goleui
Theatre,
~;tudent Center.
Nov.
3
"The War for Independence and the Hudson Valley,"
Dr.
James
Michael Johnson, Military
Historian
of the
Hudson River
Valley, 7
p.
m., Performing Arts Room, Student Center.
Nov.
11
"Art and Commerce: or Why Did the Messieurs Stevens Put Good Paintings in the Main
Cabin of
1the
Hudson River Steamboat Albany?"
Dr.
Kenneth
Myers, CuraLOr of American
Painting, Freer
Museum,
WashingLOn,
D.C., 7
p.m.,
Performing Arts
Room,
Student Center.
Nov.
18
"Domesticating History: The Origins of House Museums,"
Dr. Patricia West of the Martin
van Buren
Historic Museum,
Kinderhook, N.Y., 7
p.m., Performing
Arts
Room,
Student
Center.
Except
where
noted
otherwise, all
events
are free and tahe place
at
Marist College.


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