Books by FDU Alumni
Kenneth Breitman, BA (Flor), BS’66 (Metro), writes that after graduating from FDU, he earned a PhD in clinical psychology from the University of Ottawa in Canada. For 45 years, he practiced in a hospital and taught in a nursing program. Later, he was director of psychological services at Canada’s largest private psychiatric hospital in Guelph. Breitman believes that all his opportunities came from his FDU education. He hopes to hear from those “with whom I sat at the Mansion snack bar, those whom I recall having met there and on the aggressive flag football field, where I made it onto the tri-campus all star football team three times. I can still visualize singing at Dr. [Louis] Gordon’s (professor emeritus of music) request (Anthony Newley’s ‘What Kind of Fool Am I’).” Reach Breitman at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Howard Rossman, MBA (Metro), and his wife, Carol, celebrated their B’nail Mitzvot at Anshe Emeth Memorial Temple in New Brunswick, N.J. Howard was a chemical engineer at Dupont from 1961–1968, an executive recruiter from 1968–1982 and then owned a travel-agency from 1982–2017. He received his undergraduate degree from McGill University, Montreal, Quebec, in 1961.
Sherry Sloter Dickinson, BA (Metro), retired as a school administrator from The Neil Hellman School, Parsons Child and Family Center, Albany, N.Y., where she worked for 20 years. Previously, she was a reading teacher, special-education teacher and elementary-school teacher before earning her PhD in 2001. Dickinson enjoys spending time with her children and young grandchildren. She does literacy and special education consulting for universities and school districts.
Eli Amdur, BA (Ruth), is a regular contributor to Forbes magazine. He is a senior coach and adviser at Amdur Coaching and Advisory Group LLC, Teaneck, N.J.
Anita Pacheco, BA (Ruth), MBA’83 (Flor), is the president and founder of Anita’s Attitude Adjustments, LLC. She is certified to teach yoga, meditation and qi gong, and has also received second-level reiki training.
Sander Flaum, MBA (Ruth), has been inducted into the 2023 Medical Advertising Hall of Fame. He is the founder and principal of Flaum Navigators, in New York City. Flaum is also the author of several books, most recently Perseverance as a Means to Overcome Your Life’s Obstacles: How I Did It and How You Can Too! published on Amazon Digital Service, LLC in August 2022.
Sung-Mo “Steve” Kang,BSEE(Metro), distinguished professor of electrical and computer engineering and dean emeritus at University of California Santa Cruz (UCSC), retired after nearly 50 years in academia. He is now professor emeritus. Renowned for his role in the research and development of microprocessors, Kang holds 16 patents, has published more than 500 journal and conference papers, coauthored 10 books and mentored more than 60 PhD students in his Nanoelectronic Integrated Systems Laboratory. He was the first Korean American to head a major research university. Kang came to the U.S. in 1969 on scholarship to finish his bachelor’s degree at FDU. In 2013, he received The Pinnacle Award for his accomplishments as an alumnus. In 2014, he received an honorary Doctor of Science degree from FDU.
Al Dickinson, BSMET (Metro), retired from the Knolls Atomic Power Laboratory after 32 years. He worked with a team on top-secret nuclear submarine plans. He is currently a part-time bus driver for the Niskayuna (N.Y.) Central School District, where he “enjoys a more leisurely work environment.”
Delaware Gov. John Carney appointed Dennis Greenhouse, BA (Metro), former state auditor of accounts, to serve as auditor. Greenhouse was elected state auditor in 1982, and later served as New Castle County executive and assistant associate director of the Bureau of State and Local Affairs at the White House Office of National Drug Policy. He has been president of Dennis E. Greenhouse Consulting LLC, Washington, D.C., since 2013.
Harvey Bass, BS (Metro), is CEO and founder of Stascom Technologies, Lake Hopatcong, N.J., one of the largest and oldest technology-search firms in the U.S. and Canada. A first-generation college student, he founded his firm in 1987. Bass was an adjunct faculty member at Sussex Community College in Newton, N.J.
Peggy Noonan, BA (Ruth), spoke at Purdue University’s Presidential Lecture Series in October. She has been a columnist at The Wall Street Journal since 2000 and a political analyst for NBC News. Noonan received the Pulitzer Prize for Commentary in 2017 for her column “Declarations.” She has authored nine books on American politics, history and culture — most recently, The Time of Our Lives: Politics, Passions and Provocations. She received an honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degree from FDU in 1990 and served as commencement speaker.
Cross Country, a self-published memoir by Cheryl Kaplan, BA (Flor), is a coming-of-age story about a trip she took with her college roommate, Barbara, after their sophomore year at FDU. “We drove from the East Coast to California and back in Barbara’s yellow Volkswagen hatchback with manual transmission, a car that I didn’t really know how to drive until I was on that road trip.”
Carl Bilancione, BS, DMD’81 (Metro), has written a self-published memoir, My Rise from the Wiseguys. It is currently available on Apple Books, Amazon and Barnes and Noble. The retired dentist was a contestant on “Survivor Africa” in 2001.
Timothy Gearty, BS (Ruth), was recognized by NJBIZ in the 2022 “Accounting Power 50” for his accomplishments as a certified public accountant (CPA) as well as his contributions to preparing future CPAs. Ranked #3 on the list, he is a managing partner at Gearty & McIntyre, in Florham Park, N.J., and is editor-in-chief and lead instructor at Becker. Gearty was honored at the 2021 Silberman College Hall of Fame and is a member of the Silberman College Board of Advisers.
Michael Marsh, BS (Ruth), is in his ninth year as senior vice president and director of the mid-Atlantic Regional for Northern Trust’s Foundation and Institutional Advisors. He has served on finance committees of both the Jesuit Refugee Services/USA and the United Nations Association.
Joseph Mocerino, BSEE (Metro), copresented a webinar, “Optical Networking for 5G Support,” in November. He is a principal solutions architect at Fujitsu Network Communications, in Richardson, Texas. He oversees solutions strategy and technical marketing for Fujitsu’s 1FINITY, Smart xHaul and Smart Optics portfolios.
Tony Caniglia, BS (Metro), and his wife, Francine Scala Caniglia, BS’81 (Metro), met at FDU’s Metropolitan Campus, and have been married for 39 years.
John E. Harmon, Sr., BS (Ruth), founder, president and chief executive officer of the African American Chamber of Commerce of New Jersey, received the Caren Franzini Capital City Award. An FDU Board of Trustees member, he was awarded an honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters degree in 2022 from FDU and served as commencement speaker.
Roland Moreau, MBA (Ruth), retired safety, security, health and environment manager for ExxonMobil’s Upstream Research, Gas and Power Marketing and Upstream Ventures, was honored at the Society of Petroleum Engineers Annual Technical Conference and Exhibition in October. He was recognized with the 2022 Offshore Technology Conference Heritage Award for his leadership in advocating for the gathering and analyzing of safety data to improve industry safety.
Gary Isenberg, BS (Ruth), is senior vice president of asset management at The Plasencia Group, Tampa, Fla. He wrote an op-ed in November, “The 2023 Annual Budget — A Captivating Story of Intrigue and Suspense,” for hospitalitynet.org.
Lisa Blunt Rochester, BA (Ruth), has been re-elected to a fourth term as Delaware’s lone representative in the U.S. House of Representatives.
Jason Katz, BS’93 (Flor), works with horses on film. He currently is a wrangler for HBO’s “The Gilded Age” and can be seen in period costume riding horses in various locations. “My horse passion began at FDU, and now I’m honestly having the time of my life,” he says. He was co-captain of the FDU equestrian team. At 53, he says, “It’s never too late to follow one’s path or passion and find happiness.”
Daniel Baldwin, MAS’06 (Metro), was one of the detectives in charge of the Charles Cullen case, which has been made into the Netflix movie, “The Good Nurse.” He had already been in law enforcement for 11 years when he came across the suspicious patient-death cases at the local Somerset, N.J., hospital in 2003. Baldwin worked with Detective Tim Braun and nurse Amy Loughren to crack the case. During the investigation, he also investigated and closed nearly 150 homicide cases. Currently running his own firm, Baldwin Consulting and Investigations in Raleigh, N.C., he is also an investigative consultant for the National Center of Missing and Exploited Children.
Chris Valpone, BS (Flor), joined Investall, New York, as its chief revenue officer. He was previously co-head of global sales for ION Markets.
Tracey Caffrey Ant, MBA (Flor), has been named head of middle and large commercial business units at The Hartford, a firm that offers property and casualty insurance, group benefits and mutual funds in Hartford, Conn. She has more than 25 years’ experience in the insurance industry.
Stephen Cortright, BS (Flor), has been named chief executive officer of Investall, New York. A senior Wall Street technology executive, his expertise lies in managing technology utilization and operations for e-commerce financial-services firms. Prior to joining Investall, Cortright was part of the founding team of DriveWealth Technologies.
Laura Marx, BA, MA’95 (Metro), is president and CEO of 518 ElevatED, a nonprofit that provides access to education, support and resources to high-school students from Albany, Troy and Schenectady, N.Y. She has more than 25 years of experience in fundraising and nonprofit management.
Karen Kronkiewicz, MBA (Flor), has been re-elected to the Chatham (N.J.) Borough Council. She is a senior director, global business development and licensing, at Nestlé Health Science, Bridgewater, N.J.
James Rana, BA (Metro), and Athos Vardouniotis, BA’11, MA’13 (Metro), codirected “The Most Wonderful Time of the Year: A Holiday Celebration,” a dramatic reading of Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa and Winter Solstice short stories and poems. The University Players, a student, faculty and staff theater group at the Metropolitan Campus, staged the event. Rana and Vardouniotis are adjunct faculty.
Michael Orce, MBA (Flor), chief operating officer at Robinson & Cole LLP, Hartford, Conn., was one of Hartford Business Journal’s 2022 C-SUITE honorees. He is responsible for Robinson+Cole’s operations and financial oversight. He is a trustee of Shoreline Vineyard Church in Guilford, Conn., and has served on Guilford’s Economic Development Commission.
Janeen Uzzell, MBA (Metro), chief executive officer at the National Society of Black Engineers has been appointed by President Biden to the President’s Board of Advisers on Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HCBUs). The Board will advance the HBCU Initiative goal of increasing the capacity of HBCUs to provide the highest-quality education to students and to serve as engines of opportunity.
Beatriz Blanco Ferraro, MBA (Flor), has been appointed president and chief executive officer of United Guardian, a manufacturer of cosmetic ingredients, pharmaceuticals, medical and health-care products and specialty chemicals in Hauppauage, N.Y. She has more than 20 years of experience in the personal-care sector.
Ramona Cedeño, MBA (Metro), is the author of Simple Choices Big Rewards in Money, which was self-published in June 2022. She is CEO of FiBrick, a New York-based accounting practice.
GENDER: Two Novellas in Verse, the eighth book of poetry by Anne Harding Woodworth, MFA (Flor), was published in October 2022 by Atmosphere Press, Austin, Texas. She writes that these novellas “look at the role of male and female … luring us into lives of sex, parenting, labor, confusion and friendship, in a mixture of free verse, form and rhyme.”
Jessica Fargnoli, BA, MA’07 (Metro), graduated with a doctoral degree from Saint Peter’s University, Jersey City, N.J., in May 2022.
Nadav Gottesman, BS, MBA’08 (Metro), was on the U.S. Master’s men’s soccer team at the 21st Maccabiah Games, the largest Jewish athletic competition. The games were held in Israel in July 2022, with Knights head coach Seth Roland leading the men’s soccer team.
Angela Barrett, BA (Flor), is a commercial artist and business owner. In 2013 she established Arts & Glass Studio in Clifton Park, N.Y.
The Brynn Stanley Quartet, led by Brynn Stanley, BA (Flor), performed as part of the Concerts on Main Series in Chatham, N.J., singing songs from her 2019 album “Classic Christmas.”
Sayeedul “Sy” Islam, MA, MBA (Flor), is the vice president of programming for the Long Island (N.Y.) Chapter of the Association for Talent Development (ATD). Islam is assistant professor of industrial organizational psychology at Farmingdale State College, Suffolk County, N.Y., and is cofounder and principal consultant at Talent Metrics, Melville, N.Y.
Richard Laughland, BS, MBA’10 (Flor), did a lecture on Zoom on October 11, 2022, to promote his book A History of the Nets: From Teaneck to Brooklyn. His work has appeared in Sports Illustrated and on Fox Sports and CBS Sports. Laughland is an adjunct faculty member at FDU.
Mohammad Al-Hadhrami, MAS (Metro), is ambassador plenipotentiary of Yemen to the United States. A career diplomat, he began working with the Yemeni Foreign Ministry in 2004. Amb. Al-Hadhrami wrote the blog post “An Oil-Spill Disaster is Looming in Yemen, and the World Can’t Afford to Wait,” posted by The Arab Gulf States Institute in Washington (D.C.) in August.
Wayne McFadden, MAS (Metro), has been named police administrator for the Delaware River and Bay Authority and was promoted from captain to lieutenant colonel. A U.S. Army veteran, he has more than 25 years of experience. He previously worked for the City of Camden and Camden County (N.J.) police departments for 18 years.
Sean O’Halloran, BA, MAS’11 (Metro), was named chief of police of the Wall Township (N.J.) Police Department. He has been with the department for 21 years and was previously with the Spring Lake and Spring Lake Heights (N.J.) police departments. He was with the patrol division, traffic unit, detective bureau, Special Response Team and Quality of Life and Administration. He also served on the Wall Township Planning Board and Recreation Advisory Committee.
Vincent Reinecke, BA (Metro), has been promoted to sergeant from the patrol division of the Wall Township (N.J.) Police Department. Previously with the Point Pleasant (N.J.) Beach Police Department, he has served in the Monmouth County Emergency Response Team, patrol division and detective bureau.
Elizabeth Schedl, BA, MA’13 (Metro), is executive director of the Hudson Pride Center, Jersey City, N.J. She focuses on the safety and well-being of LGBTQ+ residents, offering HIV outreach, counseling and mental health care coordination.
Angeline Troy, BA (Flor), performed in “Safe Home,” a play written by Academy Award-winner Tom Hanks and James Glossman, at Shadowland Stages, Ellenville, N.Y., in July. Glossman, who directed Troy in FDU’s production of “Once in a Lifetime,” asked her to read for “Safe Home.” Troy writes that her FDU theater background in wardrobe, production, crew and stagecraft, prepared her for “Safe Home.”
Paul Wawrynek, BA (Metro), interim general manager at Crestmont Country Club in West Orange, N.J., spoke at a Hospitality Society meeting at the Florham Campus. He is also a board member of the New Jersey Club Foundation.
Nichelle Luster, BA, MPA’15 (Metro), retired in August after 28 years with the Union City Police Department, most recently as chief of police. She joined the department in 1994 as a patrol officer in the investigative division. In 2013, she became the force’s first female captain.
Thy Truong, BS (Van), and Tarun Khullar, BS (Van), were married on July 15, 2022, at the Hart House Restaurant in Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada. The couple also had a Vietnamese wedding ceremony and mass on July 14 at St. Joseph’s Parish in Vancouver.
Migrations & Other Exilest by Letisia Cruz, MFA (Flor), won the Lost Horse Press Idaho Prize for Poetry 2022. Migrations is forthcoming in 2023 from Lost Horse Press, Liberty Lake, Wash. Cruz received the 2022 artist grant from the St. Petersburg Arts Alliance and was selected as a 2022 Dali Dozen Emerging Artist Exhibition participant for her project “Rituales: An Exploration of Faith in the Caribbean.”
Melissa Smith, BA (Metro), was named chief human resources officer of Ascent Hospitality Management, a multi-brand restaurant company in Atlanta, Ga. She has more than 26 years’ experience in human resources, previously working with Focus Brands and Church’s Chicken.
Amanda DeMarzo, BS (Metro), MBA’20, PharmD’20 (Flor), presented “Empathizing with Patients: The Bigger Picture of Patient Advocacy” at the Certified Pharmacy Technician Live 2022 Elevate Virtual Conference in October. She also spoke at the Healthcare Advocate Summit in New Orleans, La., in September.
John Storrow, BA, MAS’19 (Metro), was named chief of police in the Howell Township (N.J.) Police Department.
Brendon Perez, BS (Metro), is now assistant cross country/track and field coach at FDU’s Metropolitan Campus. Previously, he was a graduate assistant with the Knights’ strength and conditioning staff. Perez was a sprinter and jumper for the Knights from 2017–2019. He was the 2018 Northeast Conference Indoor Track and Field individual champion in triple jump and a runner-up on the Knights’ 4×400 meter relay team.
Melissa Cepeda, PharmD (Flor), has been named to the board of trustees of Felician University, Lodi, N.J. She is a senior specialist of medical risk management at the Janssen Pharmaceutical Companies of Johnson & Johnson, Raritan, N.J. In 2020, she helped launch and manage a COVID-19 hotline with the New Jersey Poison Control Center. She is working on her MBA at FDU.
Michael Hurden, MAS (Metro), has been promoted to captain at the Wall Township (N.J.) Police Department. He was previously with the Spring Lake and Bradley Beach police departments. Hurden, a fourth-generation police officer, has been with the Wall Township Police Department for 16 years.
Tori Sheffer, BA (Flor), is an admissions counselor at the Columbia University School of the Arts in New York City. She is enrolled in the MA in creative writing online program at Southern New Hampshire University.
Bushra Tahhan, BS (Metro), is a chemist in the Raw Materials Center of Johnson & Johnson, in Skillman, N.J. She is working on her MS in cosmetic science at FDU. Tahhan pursued cosmetic science to “help people feel better about how they look and give them the confidence they need.”
Christian Capuano, BS (Flor), MAS’22 (Metro), signed with the Staten Island FerryHawks, a member of the Atlantic League and an official Major League Baseball (MLB) Partner League. Prior to that, he played for the Trenton Thunder of the MLB Draft League. A standout pitcher, Capuano was a Wolff Division All-Star in the Atlantic Collegiate Baseball League — finishing first in wins, second in strikeouts and second in ERA. While playing for the Devils, he led the team to its first ECAC Division III championship and most wins in a season since 2014. He had 101 strike-outs, setting a single-season record at FDU.
Amanda Chrzanowski, BS, MS’22 (Metro), a former member of the FDU Knights bowling team, has been competing in her first season of adult, scratch leagues. She’s bowling in both the City League and the Towne Mixed Doubles at Towne Bowling Academy, where she’s averaging 223 and 222, respectively. While at FDU, Chrzanowski made several trips to the NCAA tournament and had a final-four appearance during her final season as a Knight. She is an associate compliance specialist at Regeneron, Rensselaer, N.Y.
Briana Cucinelli, BS, MBA’22 (Flor), a recruitment marketing intern, and Alexa Gallo, BS’22 (Flor), talent acquisition specialist, both at Zoetis, Parsippany, N.J., did a presentation, “Healing Our Animals: Classroom to Career Opportunities,” in November as part of Silberman College of Business’ Professional Development Program.
Austin Gere, BS (Metro), founded College Bound Nutrition (CBN), which manufactures sports-specific supplements for young athletes. Gere, who graduated with a finance degree and was a former Division I track and field athlete at FDU, combined his knowledge of sports, nutrition and training to establish CBN. In September, he went into competitive hammer throwing.
Matthew Nielsen, BA (Flor), is a project manager of Sewa International’s ASPIRE NJ Project, which aims to improve and enrich the educational experiences of marginalized and underserved communities. Prior to joining Sewa fulltime, Nielsen interned with the nonprofit.
Zaria Wilder, BA (Flor), an actor, was part of an FDU-sponsored Entertainment Industry Panel Event held in November via Zoom. She and other film and TV professionals shared their personal experiences.
James Butcher, BA (Flor), is now competitive swim director of the West Essex YMCA in Livingston, N.J. He will oversee the Y’s Racers Swim Team and the Piranhas Special Olympics Swim Team. A former Racers team member, Butcher previously served as assistant coach, lifeguard and swim-lessons instructor at the Y. At FDU, he was on the Devils swim team.
Alix Christie, MSM (Metro), plays volleyball professionally for Union Sportive de Villejuif, a team located outside Paris, France. At FDU, she played for the Knights women’s volleyball team — leading in blocks (85) with more than 99 sets played, both of which were the most of any member of the squad.
Daniel Ekwunife, BSCE (Metro), is a project engineer at Skanska. He says that “the whole process of a building — from dirt to the steel to the painting to the electrical processes involved in the HVAC — seeing the full thing come to life is really amazing.”
Natalie McIntosh, BA (Flor), is a law student at St. John’s University School of Law, Queens, N.Y. She previously interned with the Pretrial Service Unit in the Morris County (N.J.) Court Records Building, where she did defendant coordination, ensuring that defendants met with their assigned officers before trial.
Isabella Perretti, BSCE (Metro), writes that she passed the Fundamentals of Engineering Exam, a six-hour test, the first step to becoming a professional engineer. After the exam, she was appointed Engineer in Training by the State of New Jersey. Perretti was a project management intern at Epic Management, Inc., a construction management company in Rutherford, N.J. As a student, Perretti worked with FDU’s Girls Exploring Engineering program, mentoring seventh- and eighth-grade students who are interested in STEM.
J. Warren Blaker, professor emeritus of physics, died on June 3, 2022, at the age of 88. He started at FDU as an adjunct faculty member in electrical engineering in 1986 and was promoted to professor of electrical engineering/physics and chair of electrical engineering in 1987. He retired as director of Jewish affairs in 2015 and was granted emeritus status. He is survived by his wife, Judy Strauss, and a son, Avi Gurland-Blaker.
Carol Karpinski, retired professor of education and director of the MAT program (Metro), died on July 13, 2022. She joined FDU in 2004 as assistant professor in the Peter Sammartino School of Education and retired in 2020. She served on multiple research committees at FDU and the Institutional Review Board. In 2008, she published A Visible Company of Professionals: African Americans and the National Education Association During the Civil Rights Movement (History of Schools and Schooling).
Neil Massoth, professor emeritus of psychology, died on October 13, 2022. He joined FDU in 1967 as assistant professor of psychology, was promoted to associate professor in 1973 and to professor in 1976. He retired from the University in 2011. He is survived by his wife, Joyce; children, Craig Massoth and Penny Massoth Beckman and their families; and his sister, Joan Ann Massoth.
Reverend John B. Baron, died on December 28, 2022, at the age of 75. Known to generations of FDU students as “Father Jack,” Baron was FDU’s Director of Campus Ministries for many years, later joining the faculty as senior lecturer of philosophy and religious studies, teaching both on the Metropolitan Campus and in the community college partnership. After retiring, he continued to teach at FDU on an adjunct basis. His teaching focused upon interfaith studies, and he often co-taught classes with religious leaders of other faiths.
Alumni In Memoriam
Bernard Senkowski, AA’49 (Ruth)
John “Jack” Grebe, BS’50 (Ruth)
Edith Mueller Heyne-Holmstrom, AA’50 (Ruth)
Joan Brown Reach, AA’50 (Ruth)
Elwood Baxter, BS’52 (Ruth)
Marolyn Thornton Tarbell, AA’49, BS’53, MA’74 (Ruth)
Lynda Shampanier Jaffee, AA’54 (Ruth)
Martin Tanis, Jr., AA’54 (Ruth)
Mario Garone, BS’55 (Ruth)
John Holleran, BA’55 (Ruth)
Joanne Monteverde Keneally, BS’55 (Ruth)
Fred Krueger, BS’56 (Ruth)
Robert Martina, BS’56 (Ruth)
Anthony Scotti, Jr., AA’56 (Ruth)
Robert Baran, BS’57 (Ruth)
Myrna Oshrin, BS’57 (Ruth)
Armand Carmilani, BS’58 (Ruth)
Allan Morrison, BS’58 (Ruth)
Donald Hillmuth, BS’59 (Ruth)
Peter Munzo, BS’59 (Ruth)
Herbert Schader, AA’59 (Ruth)
James Flechsig, BS’60 (Ruth)
Diana Tanger Johnson, AA’60 (Metro)
Armand Kamp, BS’60, MS’64 (Metro)
Carmine “Junior” Malanga, BS’60 (Ruth)
Blake Stanford, MBA’60 (Metro)
Robert Tichio, MBA’60 (Ruth)
William Brennen, BS’62 (Metro), MBA’76 (Ruth)
Judith Patti, BS’62 (Metro)
Joseph Beirne, BS’63 (Ruth)
David Deigan, BS’63 (Ruth)
Diane Levandoski Maguire, AA’63 (Ruth)
Nancy Sangster Cacioppo, BA’64 (Metro)
Edward Coakley, BS’65 (Flor)
Edward Schwartz, BS’66, MBA’69 (Metro)
Anthony Bentrovato, BS’67 (Flor)
Richard Hare, MBA’67 (Ruth)
Sherry Raphael Jacobs, BA’67 (Metro)
Joseph Johnson, BA’67 (Metro)
John Kovac, BS’67 (Flor)
Leila Metzger, BS’67 (Flor)
William Reid, BS’67 (Metro)
Lawrence Reis, BS’67 (Metro)
Jerry Smith, Sr., BS’67 (Flor)
Walter Walker, BS’67 (Ruth)
Joseph Gallagan, MBA’68 (Ruth)
Clifford Githmark, BA’68, MBA’71 (Flor)
Walter Klees, BS’68 (Metro)
Karol Kimerer Neff, BA’68 (Ruth)
Daniel Nicholls, MA’68 (Metro)
Robert Searson, BS’68, MA’73 (Ruth)
Richard Siegel, BA’68 (Metro)
Carleen Rifice Heiser, BA’69 (Metro)
Jan Josephs, AA’67, BS’69 (Metro)
James Anderer, BS’70 (Metro)
Carl Gardner, BS’70 (Ruth)
Harold Michel, Jr., BS’70 (Metro)
Herbert Moore, MA’70, MBA’70 (Metro)
Lloyd Oftedal, BS’70 (Flor)
William “Bruce” Washienko, BA’70 (Flor)
Michael Manduca, MA’ 71 (Metro)
Michael Mann, BS’71, MBA’76 (Metro)
Raymond Mikulka, MBA’71 (Metro)
Charles “Chuck” Wagner, BS’71 (Metro)
Mary Bowers, MA’72 (Ruth)
Lynn Cantor, BA’72 (Flor)
William Floster, BS’72 (Flor)
Joan Lehfeld, BA’72 (Ruth)
Rev. Kenneth Polglase, MA’72 (Flor)
Charles Postas, BS’72 (Flor)
John “Jack” Sheplak, BS’72 (Flor)
Howard “Howie” Storer, BS’72 (Flor)
Germaine “Gerri” Ellis, BS’73, MBA’75 (Flor)
Anthony Land, BA’73 (Flor)
Robert McKellar, BS’73, MBA’79 (Metro)
Doris Morgan, MA’73 (Metro)
Ronald Silton, BSEE’73 (Metro)
Ronald Jaremcak, BA’74 (Metro)
Frederick Kohmuench III, BS’74 (Metro)
Michael Troncellito, Sr., BA’74 (Ruth)
Gary Underwald, BS’74 (Flor)
Robert Bosse, MBA’75 (Metro)
Helene Liberatore Brady, BA’75 (Metro)
Eleonore Kanar Dorland, MBA’75 (Flor)
William Heyer, MBA’75 (Metro)
Ardell Siverhus, MSEE’75 (Metro)
George Geissler, MBA’76 (Ruth)
Michael Holliday, DMD’76 (Metro)
Robert Karol, BS’76 (Flor)
Robert Lux, BS’76 (Metro)
Constance Muir, MA’76 (Ruth)
Daniel Blue, Jr., MPA’77 (Ruth), EdD’81 (Metro)
Manard Overall, MBA’77 (Ruth)
Gerald Zimmerman, MA’77 (Metro)
Douglas Carter, MBA’78 (Flor)
Ernest “Ernie” Dossin, MBA’78 (Ruth)
Nelson “Sam” Bailey Jr., DDS’79 (Metro)
Ken Odgers, MA’79 (Ruth)
Anthony Pasquarelli, MBA’79 (Ruth)
Robert Sieminski, MBA’79 (Ruth)
Harold Chaves, BS’80, MS’82 (Metro)
Sheila Giordano, BA’80 (Ruth)
Walter “Wally” Yocum, BS’80 (Flor)
John Carroll, BS’81 (Metro)
J. Henry Knoblick, Jr., BSMET’81 (Metro), MBA’86 (Flor)
Michael Lescrinier, BS’81 (Ruth)
Albert McGrover, MBA’81 (Ruth)
Frank Szantai, MSEE’81 (Metro)
Gwendolyn Mitchell Elam, BSEE’82 (Metro)
Estelle Bloom Roey, MA’82 (Ruth)
Arlene Joseph, MA’83 (Ruth)
John Melin, BSME’83 (Metro)
Rosemary Meyer, MA’83 (Ruth)
Joseph Schuh, MBA’83 (Ruth)
John “Jack” Freeland, MBA’84 (Flor)
Robert Staab, MBA’84 (Ruth)
Susan Clark Healy, BSN’85 (Ruth)
John Devone, BS’86 (Metro)
Daniel Murray, MBA’86 (Ruth)
Anita Corsaro Natalini, BA’86 (Ruth)
Marga Pitts, BA’86 (Flor)
Joseph Wisdo, MBA’86 (Ruth)
Louis Coppola, BA’90 (Metro)
Catherine Panos, BS’90 (Metro)
Marta Bohoslawec, BA’92 (Flor)
Pauliana Moore, MBA’92 (Ruth)
Susan Kerekes Nicoll, AA’91 (Metro), BA’95 (Flor)
Rebecca Sassaman, MA’99 (Flor)
Emily Washington Hicks, MA’00 (Flor)
Meghan Marohn, MAT’07 (Flor)
Erin Semus, MA’08 (Metro)
Khalid Muhammad, MPA’18 (Metro)