A Family Affair
Lois Smart, BA’21 (Metro), right, dropped out of high school at age 17 to care for her newborn daughter. But she promised her grandmother that one day she would complete her education and fulfill their dreams. Smart, an administrative assistant at the Metropolitan Campus, graduated with her Bachelor of Arts, alongside her youngest daughter Brenye Burr, BA’21 (Metro). Congrats to the mother-daughter duo and to all our newest alumni!
Tom Lyons, BA (Ruth), senior vice president and chief financial officer of Provident Bank and Provident Financial Services, Inc., is treasurer of the Morris County (N.J.) Chamber of Commerce.
Sandra Levine Nesoff, BS (Metro), was posthumously named a recipient of the Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement award by the board of Who’s Who in America. Nesoff was the only woman president of the former New Milford Jewish Center (NMJC), Congregation Beth Tikvah, before its merger with the Jewish Community Center of Paramus, N.J. She also served many terms as president of the NMJC’s sisterhood. Nesoff passed away on January 24, 2021.
John Luiszer, BS, MBA (Ruth), and his wife moved to Ocala, Fla., where they have been members of a team assisting locals in receiving the COVID-19 vaccine.
Garret Falcone, BS (Metro), was appointed to the University of Maryland Shore Regional Health board of directors. He retired as executive director of the Heron Point Retirement Community in Chestertown, Md., and had previously served as vice chairman of the Maryland Health Care Commission. Falcone also formerly served as board chair for the Lifespan Senior Network, and was honored with the Lifespan Senior Network’s Chairman’s Award.
Montessori at Home: A Practical Guide for Parents, a book by Tara Greaney, BA (Metro), was published in March by Rockridge Press, Emeryville, Calif. She is head of school at Montessori Morningside School in New York City, N.Y.
Maurice Onyuka, MBA (Ruth), joined B. Riley Wealth Management, Inc., as a senior portfolio manager. He was previously cohead of U.S. Equities at UBP Asset Management LLC. Onyuka has more than 25 years of experience in asset management and equity research, covering both developed and emerging markets and impact investment.
Kathi Echonomides Verbeek, BS (Metro), a realtor at Keller Williams Town Life, Tenafly, N.J., discussed “Real Estate 101 — Buying a Home in 2021” as part of FDU’s Alumni and Friends Webinar Series in March.
Albert Bellenchia, BA (Metro), was named executive director/CEO of the Columbia County Habitat for Humanity in Hudson, N.Y. He previously was executive director at Abode of the Message, a retreat and spiritual center in Lebanon, N.Y.
Thomas Shara, BS, MBA’83 (Ruth), president and CEO of Lakeland Bank, Oak Ridge, N.J., has been named to the ROI-NJ Influencers Power 2021 List as a top influencer in the banking and finance industry. He served as chairman of the New Jersey Banking Association for the 2020–2021 fiscal year.
Michael Dugan, DMD (Metro), a dentist and founder of the Meadowlands Dental Association, has been practicing in Rutherford, N.J., for more than 20 years.
June Bray, MBA (Flor), has been appointed to the board of directors of BioXcel Therapeutics, Inc., New Haven, Conn. She was previously senior vice president, global regulatory affairs and medical writing at Allergan in Madison, N.J.
John Harmon, Sr., BA (Ruth), president of the African American Chamber of Commerce of New Jersey, Inc. (AACNJ), was elected to the board of directors of Investors Bancorp, Inc., holding company for Investors Bank.
Richard Rausser, MBA (Flor), is senior vice president of client services at Pentegra, White Plains, N.Y. He oversees consulting, product development, marketing and communication, BOLI (Bank-owned Life Insurance) and nonqualified business development and actuarial-service practice groups. Rausser is a Certified Pension Consultant, a Qualified Pension Administrator, a Qualified 401(k) Administrator and a member of the American Society of Pension Professionals.
Darrin Reilly, BS (Metro), was appointed chief executive officer of Mission Critical Partners (MCP). He joined MCP in 2018 as senior vice president of corporate development. In November 2020, he was named president of MCP while concurrently serving as chief operating officer.
Nicholas Vece, DMD (Metro), is an award-winning dentist who specializes in cosmetic, general and pediatric dentistry. He was honored with the Award for Excellence in Prosthetic Dentistry as well as the Award for Excellence in Cosmetic and Restorative Dentistry. Vece maintains a private practice in Mount Kisco, N.Y.
Perry Williams, BA (Ruth), has been appointed as a special deputy with the Suffolk County Sheriff’s Office. He will be working on youth initiatives to encourage studying, hard work and determination. A former New York Giants player and two-time Super Bowl champion, Williams is director of sports management at Long Island University, Brooklyn, N.Y.
Cheryl Beebe, MBA (Metro), was appointed to the board of directors of Hanesbrands, Winston-Salem, N.C. Beebe, a member of FDU’s Board of Trustees and Charter Day honoree (2012), is former executive vice president and CFO of Ingredion, Inc.
Robert Freda, BS (Flor), was promoted to treasurer of Curtiss-Wright Corp., Davidson, N.C. He has been director of finance since 2006. Freda has been a key player in acquisition due diligence.
Stephen Roberts, BA (Flor), cofounded Les Deux Cochons Catering in San Francisco, Calif. He will serve as its co-executive chef and chief operations officer. Les Deaux Cochons has weekly packaged meals — a Southern Classics menu — for delivery and pickup. They provide in-home catering and popup dining that focus on French, Italian and Spanish ingredients and flavors.
Karen DiMaria, BA (Ruth), has been appointed vice president for university advancement at Centenary University, in Hackettstown, N.J. She will be responsible for institutional advancement efforts, including fundraising, grant writing, alumni relations and marketing. DiMaria most recently served as vice president of advancement for the Summit Area YMCA. She had previously been assistant director of annual giving and director of alumni records and research at FDU.
Claudia Werner, MBA (Flor), has been named director of counseling at Maryville College in Tennessee. She will be responsible for the management and delivery of mental health and substance-abuse care for students. Werner was previously director of mobile crisis at Ridgeview Behavioral Health Services.
Carlos Figueroa, BA (Flor), was awarded tenure and promoted to associate professor of politics at Ithaca College in New York.
Clinton Lewis, Jr., MBA (Metro), has been appointed chief executive officer of AgroFresh Solutions, Inc., Philadelphia, Pa. He also was appointed to the company’s board of directors. Lewis was previously chairman of the board of the Animal Health Institute.
Angela Greene, BA (Flor), has been appointed police chief of the Lexington (Va.) Police Department. She has 20 years of law-enforcement experience and most recently served as police chief for Portsmouth.
Phil Luccarelli, MBA (Flor), has been named to Delaware Valley University’s Board of Trustees. A 1983 alumnus, he was elected alumni trustee and will serve as a liaison between the Board of Trustees, the Alumni Council and the Alumni Association. Luccarelli has been with the Alumni Council since 2018. He is executive vice president-operations at Willdan Energy Solutions, Anaheim, Calif.
Kurt Hubbard, MA (Metro), was appointed academic dean of Herzing University’s campuses in Orlando and Tampa, Fla. He previously served as an academic dean, program director and professor at various institutions.
James Sapirstein, MBA (Metro), has been appointed chairman of AzurRx BioPharma, Inc., Delray Beach, Fla. He joined the company as president and chief executive officer of AzurRx Therapeutics in 2019. Sapirstein was previously chief executive officer and board member of ContraVir Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
Robert Anzilotti, BA, MAS’14 (Metro), retired as chief of detectives for the Bergen County (N.J.) Prosecutor’s Office in March. He started his 29-year career as a patrolman in Woodcliff Lake, N.J. Prior to his retirement, Anzilotti led high-profile investigations; drove intelligence, counterterrorism and community-engagement initiatives; and supervised the office’s internal affairs department as well as internal affairs for each of the county’s 70 police departments.
Chris Pianese, MPA (Metro), will retire later this year after serving more than three decades in public service. He has worked for North Bergen, N.J., since 1989 and was named township administrator in 2002. Pianese’s major accomplishments include improving the township’s bond rating from Moody’s, stabilizing property taxes, overseeing the redevelopment of the Tonnelle Avenue shopping corridor and improving constituent services through the NB Help Desk Program.
Audra Carter, BA (Metro), battalion chief of the Hoboken (N.J.) Fire Department, was named to Hoboken Girl’s 21 Local Women to Watch in 2021. Hired in 2002 as one of the first female firefighters in the department, she was promoted to captain in 2011. In 2020, Carter was promoted to battalion chief — the first female battalion chief in the city’s history.
Adenah Bayoh, AA’99, BS (Metro), was named to ROI-NJ’s Power List 2021 – Real Estate. She owns and operates several individual IHOP franchises in New Jersey — in Newark, Paterson and Irvington — and is one of the youngest IHOP franchisees in the U.S. Bayoh also launched Cornbread, a soul food restaurant, with locations in Maplewood, N.J.; Newark, N.J.; and West Mifflin, Pa.
Ryan Urban, BS, MBA’04 (Flor), is founder and CEO of Wunderkind (formerly BounceX), a cloud-based behavioral marketing and software company. As part of the Morris Tech Meetup event at FDU in April, he spoke about his entrepreneurial journey, Wunderkind’s vision and outlook, and lessons learned during the pandemic and offered advice to entrepreneurs.
Amadou Yattassaye, MBA (Flor), joined Cambia Health Solutions, Portland, Ore., as executive vice president of market growth. He was previously president of the Missouri market at Anthem, Inc., and was in charge of HealthLink, an Anthem third-party administrator.
Chaz Calitri, MBA (Flor), vice president of operations for sterile injectables U.S. and the European Union, is leading Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine program in Kalamazoo, Mich. He is a licensed professional engineer in New York and New Jersey.
Tracy Cohen Noone, BA (Metro), was promoted to vice president, technical development manager and associate account executive at Conner Strong & Buckelew in Philadelphia, Pa. She holds certifications in Chartered Property Casualty Underwriter, Construction Risk Insurance Specialist, Associate in Risk Management and Associate in Insurance Services.
Dan Haber, MAS (Metro), rejoined the Morris County (N.J.) Prosecutor’s Office as prosecutor’s agent and has been assigned to the Sex Crimes/Child Endangerment Unit with the Tactical Division. A former detective sergeant, he was with the prosecutor’s office for 16 years in areas such as the Specialized Crimes Unit – Financial Crimes/Internal Affairs, Sex Crimes/Child Endangerment Unit, Major Crimes/Homicide Unit, Fugitive Unit, Missing Persons/Juvenile Unit and Trial Unit.
Gerald Lewis Jr., BA, MAS’07 (Metro), newly appointed chief of police at the University of Connecticut Police Department in Storrs, Conn, has been named as the nation’s Campus Safety Director of the Year (higher-education category) at the annual Campus Safety Conference in San Antonio, Texas. While at UTSA, Lewis instituted the Rowdy Watch program that recruits students to patrol the campus, conduct function checks of emergency phones, respond to door-access requests and provide escorts. He was previously chief of police and associate vice president of public safety at The University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA). Lewis spent 26 years in the New Jersey State Police and two years as chief of the East Carolina University Police Department before moving to UTSA in 2016.
Leslie Irion Esposito, BA/MAT (Metro), has been named associate vice president-investments at Wells Fargo Advisors, Vineland, N.J. A financial adviser, she has been with the company for five years and has 26 years’ experience in the financial-services industry.
Melissa DeFreest, BS, MA’15 (Flor), was promoted to vice president of tourism and communications at the Somerset County (N.J.) Business Partnership. She was previously director of marketing and communications.
Andrew Bartolotti, BA, MAS’11 (Metro), chief of the Summit (N.J.) Police Department, has been awarded certification status for Accredited Command Executive-in-Chief of Police by The New Jersey State Association of Chiefs of Police. This is the second certification for Bartolotti, who has been with the department for more than 20 years. Previously certified as a lieutenant in 2015, he was then assigned to patrol and investigations. As a captain, Bartolotti was operations commander.
Sean Stein-Smith, BS, MS’11, MBA’13 (Metro), was honored in the 2020 “40 Under 40.” He is an assistant professor of accounting at Lehman College, City University of New York, Bronx, N.Y., and is founder/executive director, Institute for Blockchain and Cryptoasset Research. He discussed “Blockchain, Bitcoin and Cryptoassets ” as part of FDU’s Alumni and Friends Webinar Series in March.
Vincent Wilson, MAS (Metro), has been promoted to sergeant of the Franklin Township (N.J.) Police Department and will serve as the supervisor of the Professional Standards Bureau. He has been with the department for 13 years and prior to that was with the Rutgers-Newark Police Department.
Ian Bole, BA, MAS’13 (Metro), was promoted to sergeant of the Manchester (N.J.) Police Department. A former member of the Traffic Safety Section, he has been with the department since 2007. Bole served as an instructor at the Ocean County (N.J.) Police Academy and had received the Chief’s Recognition Award in 2014 and 2016.
Lloyd Fredericks, MAS (Metro), has been promoted to sergeant of the Franklin Township (N.J.) Police Department and will serve as midnight shift commander. He has been with the department for 15 years and been a patrol officer, school resource officer at the Franklin Middle School and a patrol sergeant. Fredericks was previously a detective with the East Orange (N.J.) Police Department.
Pamela Harris, MFA (Flor), has published her debut novel, When You Look Like Us, a young adult realistic fiction mystery set in Newport News, Va.. It has received positive reviews from Booklist, School Library Journal, Publisher’s Weekly and Kirkus.
Lisa Jiampetti, MAS (Metro), is in her third term as mayor of Egg Harbor City, N.J. She joined the city council in 2006 and first ran for mayor in 2012.
Jennifer Ehrentraut, BA (Flor), has been appointed as interim trustee to the Hawthorne (N.J.) Board of Education. A human resources manager at F&G Mechanical Corporation in Secaucus, N.J., she will serve as a trustee until the November 2021 election.
Albert Vega, MAS (Metro), was promoted to lieutenant of the Manchester (N.J.) Police Department. He has been with the department since 2003 and previously served in the department’s Investigation Bureau as detective and later as detective-sergeant where he led the Narcotics Enforcement Team. Vega was a member of the Ocean County (N.J.) Regional SWAT Team and is currently a law enforcement instructor. He received the Chief’s Achievement Award in 2018.
Collin Boyce, BA, MAS’15 (Metro), chief information officer in Tuscon, Ariz., has devised a way to ensure that students without home internet access can use free Wi-Fi connection for remote learning. This involved leveraging the city’s existing fiber infrastructure. Financed using $5.1 million in CARES Act funds and in partnership with Insight, an IT management company, towers have been constructed on fiber-connected municipal buildings and city-owned property at strategic locations across the city. Low-income senior citizens have benefited as well — using the free Wi-Fi for telehealth purposes.
Richard Molinari, BA, MPA’16 (Metro), has been named as the Saddle River, N.J., borough’s first part-time business administrator. He was previously a school safety and security specialist for the Union City (N.J.) Board of Education until his retirement in 2018 after 30 years of service.
Ardell Wright, BA (Metro), is founder of The Bay, a performance and events place in Gainesville, Fla. He also is an on-air personality at 98.9 Jamz and is the CEO of a podcast called “UpSouth.”
Riley Moonan, BA (Metro), is the new coach of the varsity baseball squad in Watertown, N.Y. He played baseball for the FDU Knights and was named to the New Jersey Collegiate Baseball Association All-Rookie Team after appearing in 52 games, with 51 starts in center field.
Laurie Roth, MAS (Metro), has been appointed to a two-year term as borough administrator of Allentown, N.J., and will concurrently serve as municipal clerk. Her term runs through March 2023. Roth has worked for Allentown since 2015 in various roles such as acting municipal clerk/registrar, municipal clerk/registrar and public information officer.
Robert Ellis, MPA (Metro), has been promoted to sergeant of the Franklin Township (N.J.) Police Department (FTPD) and will serve as day shift patrol commander. He has been with the department for 14 years where he had been a patrol officer, detective and patrol sergeant. Prior to joining the FTPD, Ellis was with the Middlesex (N.J.) Borough Police Department.
Michael Verwey, BA (Metro), was promoted to sergeant of the Lacey Township (N.J.) Police Department and will be assigned as a supervisor in the Patrol Division. He joined the department in 2013 after working for both the Medford and Burlington City police departments. Verwey is a field training officer, a member of the Ocean County (N.J.) Regional SWAT Team and a member of the Fatal Accident Support Team. He is a past recipient of the Kimberly Smith Ames DWI Prevention Award and the Jason Marles DWI Award.
John Zimmerman, BA, MA’17 (Metro), retired as police chief of the Kenilworth (N.J.) Police Department after a 33-year career. He started as a patrol officer in 1990, was promoted to detective and sergeant in 2006, to lieutenant in 2010 and to chief of police in 2013.
Ramon Gahob, Jr., MAS (Van), licensed financial professional, World System Builder, in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, discussed “Take Charge of Your Financial Future” in a presentation hosted by the Vancouver Alumni Chapter and the FDU Alumni Association in March.
Bridget McCann, MSA (Metro), has been appointed director of athletic communications at Washington University, in St. Louis, Mo. She was previously an athletics communications associate at Ithaca College, N.Y. McCann will manage WashUBears.com and the WashU Sports Network, serve as the department’s official media liaison and will be the steward of the Bears’ statistics and historical records. While a student at FDU, she was a graduate assistant in athletic communications.
Samantha Pugh, MPA (Metro), senior director of I-CAN (Individualized Correction Achievement Network) and adult mentoring programs of the Fortune Society, received the Frontline Hero Award during the society’s virtual Hope & Justice Annual Gala Celebration in November. She oversees pre- and post-release services for individuals transitioning from city jails.
Kayla Davis, BA (Flor), a petty officer third class, serves aboard the USS Porter, a guided-missile destroyer, currently conducting maritime operations in the Mediterranean Sea. She serves as a gunner’s mate and works with small arms, crew-served weapons and missiles. Davis also conducts maintenance on the Vertical Launching guided-missile system.
Daniel Sherman, BA, MA’20 (Metro), joined Christie’s International Real Estate Northern New Jersey in Closter, N.J., as a realtor-associate specializing in residential and commercial real estate in Bergen County. Prior to launching his career as a realtor, he had worked in the accounting/finance industry.
Sister Margherita Marchione, emerita, languages (Flor), died on May 19, 2021, at the age of 99. She entered the Religious Teachers Filippini in 1935, received the habit in 1938 and made her religious profession of vows in 1941. She joined FDU in 1965, where she taught Italian language and literature. She was the first nun to become a tenured professor at FDU. The author of more than 45 books and 100 articles, she wrote Peter and Sally Sammartino, chronicling the lives of FDU’s founder and first president and his wife, the school’s first dean of admissions. In 2004, Marchione received an honorary doctorate from FDU for her educational accomplishments; her commitment to the ideals of the Sammartinos; and her efforts to preserve their legacy. A Fulbright scholar and Columbia University Garibaldi Scholar, she is best known for her research on Philip Mazzei and Pope Pius XII. She was awarded national and international honors and received awards for her literary and historical accomplishments, and for her contributions to higher education and Italian culture. Marchione also was a trustee of the Opera at Florham.
William Bocchino, retired professor of management and computer systems, died November 24, 2020, at age 93. He served in World War II and in the Korean War, and attended New York University and Harvard University. He began teaching at FDU in 1958. Bocchino started FDU’s first computer lab at the Rutherford Campus and wrote three books on computers and one on management information systems. He retired from FDU in 1993. He is survived by his wife, Patricia Lee; six children from his first wife, Lucia Bocchino: Willa (Michael Millet) and Serena, BA’82 (Metro), (Stephen Keough, BS’86 [Metro]) and Joshua (Rebecca), David, Marcus (Marie) and Alexander (Elena); 10 grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren.
Edna Charles, emerita, English (Metro), and alumna, BA’63 (Metro), MA’67 (Ruth), died on March 19, 2021, at the age of 100. She had been a part-time member of the English faculty since September 1963, before being appointed instructor of English. She retired from FDU in 2009.
Thomas E. Kennedy, former faculty member in the M.F.A. in creative writing program (Flor), died on May 26, 2021, at the age of 77. He taught fiction and creative nonfiction in the M.F.A. in creative writing. An American expatriate who lived in Denmark, he was an internationally acclaimed writer with 41 books published — including the Copenhagen Quartet, four independent novels — In the Company of Angels; Falling Sideways; Kerrigan in Copenhagen, A Love Story; and Beneath the Neon Egg. His most recent novel, My Life with Women; or, The Consolations of Jazz, was published in May 2021. He won an O. Henry Prize for short stories, two Pushcart Prizes, a National Magazine Award and a Dan Turéll Prize. Kennedy, with Walter Cummins, emeritus, English (Flor), was copublisher of Serving House Books.
Visweswara Madhyastha, retired physics (Ruth/Metro), died on January 11, 2021, at the age of 88. He joined FDU’s School of Natural Sciences in 1965 and retired in 2003. He is survived by his wife, Rosemarie; and children, Tara, Mythili and Maitreya.
Robert Metz, former coach and administrator, athletics (Metro), died on November 4, 2020, at age 94. In his 32 years with the Knights, he served as intramural director, professor and chairman of the physical education department; wrestling coach; golf coach; and athletics director. He led the 1966 golf team to the Metropolitan Golf Associations Intercollegiate Championship. In 2011, the team was inducted into the Knights Division I Hall of Fame. He also cofounded the Metropolitan Athletic Conference and was president of the Metropolitan Wrestling Coaches Association. He was predeceased by his wife, Gloria Rauh Metz. He is survived by his children, Pamela (Ken), Richard (Carole) and Peter (Mally); grandchildren, Kevin, Ryan, Lorraine, Tyler and Lindsey; and great-grandchildren, Raleigh and Arlo.
Charles Schaefer, emeritus, psychology (Metro), died on September 19, 2020, at the age of 86. He joined FDU in 1986 as professor of psychology and retired in 2007. He also served as director of the University’s Center for Psychological Services. In 1994, he received the Distinguished Faculty Award for Research and Scholarship. He is survived by his children, Karine and Eric; grandchildren, James and Allison; daughter-in-law, Irene Ma; and siblings, Lawrence Schaefer and Elizabeth Schaefer. He was preceded in death by his wife of 52 years, Anne Weldon Schaefer.
Stephen Tumminello, BS’58 (Ruth), former chair, FDU Board of Trustees, died on April 12, 2021, at the age of 84. He was the first American CEO of North American Philips Corporation. He served as chairman of FDU’s Annual Fund drive and was on the task force that rebuilt the Alumni Association in the mid-1980s. He was a member of the Alumni Association Board of Governors, the Presidential Alumni Advisory Board and the President’s Council. In 1990, he was awarded The PINNACLE, one of the highest awards given to alumni. That same year, he was named to the Board of Trustees, and in 1996, he was appointed chairman. In 2004, he received an honorary doctorate from FDU. He is survived by his wife of 63 years, Elaine (Asher) Tumminello; three daughters and their spouses, Laurie Treene, Robyn and Kevin Nini and Wendy Tumminello and Laura Motley; brother, Charles Tumminello; sister, Joyce Balzoratti; and grandchildren, Lauren, Alayna, Julianna, Christina, Olivia, Hayden and Ethan.
Patricia Warunek, biological sciences (Metro), died on June 4, 2021, at the age of 79. She joined FDU’s Rutherford Campus in 1970 and rose through the academic ranks to full professor. She moved to the Metropolitan Campus, where she also served as director of the University Honors Program. She also contributed on a national level as a member of the prestigious Portz Scholarship Committee of the National Collegiate Honors Council. Warunek’s academic and research interests bridged two disciplines. In the department of biological sciences, she focused on mammalian cell culture, cell biology and drug interactions within cells. In the Henry P. Becton School of Nursing and Allied Health, her academic interests centered on pharmacotherapeutics, global health, epidemiology and genomics. In 2006, she was honored with the Distinguished Faculty Award for Teaching. She took clinical courses to better connect with her nursing students and gained her B.S. in Nursing from FDU in four years, all the while teaching full time. She is survived by her husband, David Warunek, Becton College (Metro); a brother, Thomas McGinn; eight nieces and nephews; 25 grandnieces (including Sheila, the “joy of her life”) and nephews; two great-grand-nephews; and many cousins and friends.
ALUMNI IN MEMORIAM
Sarah “Sally” Bell Otazo, AA’46 (Ruth)
Rosemary Frisch Curtis, BS’57 (Ruth)
Charles D’Angelo, BS’58, MBA’61 (Ruth)
Fredric Cross, BS’59 (Ruth)
Donald Anderson, MBA’60 (Ruth)
Ralph Ferrara, BA’61 (Ruth)
Francis “Frank” Mountain, BA’62 (Metro)
Enrico (Rick) Veltri, BSEE’62 (Metro)
Malcolm Dorman, BS’63 (Ruth)
Francis Rendine, BS’63 (Flor)
Robert Galazin, BS’65 (Ruth)
Sandra Levine Nesoff, BS’65 (Metro)
James Kenyon, BS’66 (Metro)
Lawrence Goodman, MBA’67 (Metro)
James Trentalange, MS’67 (Metro)
Louis Apa, BS’68 (Ruth)
Christopher Kennedy, BA’68 (Metro)
Russell Hartmann, MA’69 (Metro)
Ronald Kuhns, BA’70 (Metro)
Beverly Mortenson, BA’71 (Metro)
Thomas Stapleton, MBA’71 (Metro)
Lawrence Hogrebe, BS’72 (Ruth)
Betsy Sheldon Moore, MAT’73 (Metro)
Robert Cruise, MBA’75 (Flor)
Thomas Kirk, MBA’75 (Ruth)
Patricia Thomas, BSN’77 (Ruth)
Edmund Grabowy, MBA’78 (Ruth)
John Lackner, Sr., MBA’78 (Ruth)
Elizabeth Arnold Scanlon, BA’82 (Metro)
Joseph “Clark” Burke, Jr., MS’87 (Flor)
John Charlesworth, MBA’88 (Ruth)
Arthur Skillin, MBA’90 (Flor)
Elizabeth Kane, MPA’93 (Ruth)
Bonnie Stocker, BA’99 (Flor)
Rudolf “Rudy” Albini, BA’04 (Metro)
James Bryan, BA’08 (Metro)
Patricia Vanterpool, MPA’19 (Metro)