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  Class Notes
     
    1900-1959

1960-1989

1990-2004



1960
Class Co-Chairs
George M. Ford
George F. Sullivan Jr.

State Bancorp Inc., Jericho, N.Y.–parent company of State Bank of Long Island–announced in September the election of Andrew J. Simons Sr. to its board of directors and his appointment as a director of State Bank of Long Island . Since December 2000, Simons has served as the associate dean of St. John’s University School of Law in Jamaica , N.Y.

1961
Effective last July, Kevin J. Collins was elected to a two-year term on the executive committee of the New Jersey Commission on Higher Education. Last November, Labouré College in Boston honored Richard F. “Dick” Connolly Jr. with its Labouré Medal. Connolly serves as senior vice president-investments, with UBS Financial Services Inc., also in Boston .

1962
Class Chair
William J. O’Leary Jr.

B. Joseph Fitzsimmons Jr. , who was named to “Who’s Who in American Law,” continues to practice in Weymouth , Mass. , with the family firm; he is the author of Civil Litigation in Massachusetts. Fitzsimmons also recently became a Class “A” PGA Professional. The board of trustees of the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey presented Arthur E. Weyman, M.D., with its Distinguished Alumnus Award for 2004, “in recognition of his contributions to the advancement of the diagnosis and treatment of cardiovascular disease.” Weyman is a professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School , Cambridge , Mass. , and a physician at the Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston , where he serves as research director of the Echocardiography Laboratory.

1963
Class Chair
Charles J. Buchta
Class Correspondent
Michael J. Toner

Last October, the Poetry Foundation awarded Billy Collins its inaugural “Mark Twain Award” for humorous poetry.

1964
Class Chair
Ronald T. Maheu
Class Correspondent
William S. Richards

The Sept. 22 edition of the Stamford , Conn. , newspaper Advocate announced that Richard L. Maiberger, M.D., has been named the chairman of the department of psychiatry at Norwalk ( Conn. ) Hospital. Maiberger, a senior attending psychiatrist, joined the hospital in 1974 as a staff psychiatrist.

1965
Class Co-Chairs
David J. Martel
Thomas F. McCabe Jr.
Robert H. “Bob” Williams is in his 15 th year as the president and chief executive officer of the Better Business Bureau (BBB) of Eastern Massachusetts , Maine and Vermont . Appointed last June to the national business advisory board of “Business Professionals of America,” Williams is a national instructor to the BBB’s Professional Development Program.

1966
Class Chair
Kenneth M. Padgett
Class Correspondent
William L. Juska Jr. Fitchburg ( Mass. ) State College announced in October the appointment of William E. Aubuchon III to the College Foundation board of directors; Aubuchon is the chief executive officer of W.E. Aubuchon Co., Inc., in Westminster , Mass. After 25 years in the magazine publishing business, Richard P. Lague is now a partner in the Brandware Group, a public relations and market research company with offices in Atlanta , Ga. , New York City , N.Y. , Detroit , Mich. , and Los Angeles , Calif. In addition, Lague, with his two sons, is the founder of a television production company which creates documentaries and action sports shows for cable TV outlets and DVD distribution.

1967
Class Co-Chairs
John J. McLaughlin Jr.
John P. Sindoni

Paul T. Collura, M.D. , who continues to practice radiology in Lancaster , Pa. , serves as president of Lancaster Radiology Associates–which recently joined an 87-member multispecialty group, Physician’s Alliance Ltd. George W. Conk recently lectured on tort law and the structure of the American legal system at the law schools of Peking University and Central China University of Science and Technology–as part of a Fulbright Senior Specialists grant. The Nov. 14 edition of the Boston Sunday Globe included a story about Christopher J. Matthews, host of Hardball on MSNBC-TV–and his selection as one of the keynote speakers for the 25 th anniversary celebration of the “Understanding Our Differences,” program, scheduled last November in Newton, Mass.; David A. Ticchi, an administrator for the Newton Public Schools, was chosen to receive a leadership award at the event. U.S. Trust Corp. in New York City announced in October the appointment of Gerald T. Mulligan to its board of directors; Mulligan currently serves as an adjunct professor in the finance department of Babson College , Babson Park , Mass. Robert G. Stevenson currently serves as an assistant professor in the graduate counseling program at Mercy College, Dobbs Ferry, N.Y. Prior to moving to inactive status in the New York Guard, Stevenson and his son, Sean, received the Defense of Freedom Medal from the governor for work with the 88 th Brigade after Sept. 11; he also received a Unit Citation for similar service at the 7 th Regiment Armory.

1968
Class Co-Chairs
Alfred J. Carolan Jr.
John T. Collins

The Oct. 14 edition of the weekly newspaper Belmont ( Mass. ) Citizen-Herald announced that Walter L. Guertin has earned the “Certified Senior Advisor” designation, following the completion of a comprehensive course of study; he currently serves as the vice president of First Financial Trust in Newton , Mass. William A. Mueller currently works as a realtor in Boston and suburban areas.

1969
Class Co-Chairs
David H. Drinan
James W. Igoe
Daniel L. Spada, M.D.

The Helena , Mont. , law practice Doney, Crowley , Bloomquist, Payne, Uda announced in January that Frank C. Crowley, an attorney with the firm, recently received the 2004 George L. Bousliman Professional Award from the State Bar of Montana. The award was presented in recognition of “Crowley’s reputation for and tradition of professional and personal qualities and accomplishments” – related to his work with the “Lawyers Helping Lawyers” program and his service as special assistant attorney general with the Department of Health and Environmental Sciences. Mitretek Systems Inc., headquartered in Falls Church , Va. , announced in October that Alan F. Dowling has joined the company as executive director of its newly expanded healthcare practice, Mitretek Healthcare. John B. “Jay” Foley, who retired from active duty as a rear admiral with the Navy in 2002, now works for Northrop Grumman Ship Systems as vice president, Washington operations. Last spring, U.S. Rep. Michael R. McNulty delivered the commencement address and received the “Mother McCauley Award” at Maria College in Albany , N.Y. Vincent P. O’RourkeJr., a partner and practice area leader for litigation and employment with the Worcester law firm Bowditch & Dewey was included on the “Massachusetts Super Lawyers” list, featured in the November issue of Boston Magazine; the list was the result of a survey sent to Massachusetts’ attorneys asking them “to vote for the best lawyers they had personally observed in action.” Edwin P. Petrazzolo is the chief executive officer of Ohmcraft Inc., a thick film patterning technology company in Honeoye Falls , N.Y. The June 22 edition of The Boston Globe included an article about Paul A. Raia, titled “In Alzheimer’s battle, a positive influence.” Raia is the state director of Patient Care and Family Support for the Alzheimer’s Association in Cambridge , Mass. Paul F. Scopetski was inducted last December into the Minor League Football News (M.L.F.N.) inaugural class “Hall of Fame.” He writes that he recently completed his 27 th season of minor league football, with a record of 318 games–an M.L.F.N. national record–and that his playing 2 ¾ games in a row, both offense and defense at season’s end, earned him the “iron man” of the year award from the M.L.F.N. Last May, the Wilderness Society, Boulder , Colo. , presented John H. Stansfield Jr. with its “Environmental Hero” award, in recognition of his involvement with the Wilderness Steering Committee in the 1970s and 1980s. Great Lakes Carbon Income Fund announced in September the appointment of Ronald J. Statile as senior vice president and chief financial officer of the company.

1970
Class Co-Chairs
Anthony M. Barclay
John R. Doyle, M.D.

Donald T. Allegra, M.D. , who maintains a private medical practice, serves as an infectious diseases physician in Northern New Jersey ; he recently received the St. Clare’s Humanitarian Award–for “best exemplifying the core values of the institution and for his medical volunteer work in developing countries.” John J. Boucher and his wife, Therese, have recently published a book, titled An Introduction to Catholic Charismatic Renewal (St. Anthony Messenger Press, June 2004). Michael P. Cavanagh has worked 33 years as an art bronze craftsman at the Paul King Foundry in Rhode Island . Concord Communications Inc., a provider of business service management software solutions in Marlborough , Mass. , announced in October the appointment of Robert E. Donahue to its board of directors. Donahue serves as a member of the board of directors and as interim president and chief executive officer of Lightbridge, Inc., a transaction processing company based in Burlington, Mass. Stephen I. Dwyer, who currently practices commercial real estate, banking and litigation law with the New Orleans , La. , firm of Dwyer & Cambre, is also developing real estate projects, such as the Wyndham Metairie ( La. ) Hotel. As chairman of the public recreation district, Dwyer planned and developed a 45-acre gymnasium/ballfield project. Dominic J. Keating, who continues to serve as president of the Avanti Cigar Co. in Scranton , Pa. , has been named to the Lackawanna County ( Pa. ) Railroad Authority. Aon Consulting recently announced the promotion of David P. Maslen to the position of executive vice president; he leads research and technical services for the firm in its Newburyport , Mass. , office. Lee J. Merkel has worked 35 years for the Worcester Telegram & Gazette, serving as news editor (Page One) since 1989. Thomas F. Murphy Jr., who practices admiralty and maritime law in Boston , was recently promoted to “Master,” U.S. Merchant Marine. The Nov. 11 edition of the weekly newspaper East Greenwich (R.I.) Pendulum announced that Timothy J. Yentsch has joined Independence Bank as a full-time commercial loan officer; he specializes in underwriting, credit review and quality control of commercial loans made under Small Business Administration Government Guaranteed loan programs.

1971
Class Chair
Robert T. Bonagura
Class Correspondent
Jerome J. Cura Jr. Wolff & Samson announced in December that Robert T. Carlton Jr. has joined the law firm as of counsel in the fidelity and surety department of its Philadelphia , Pa. , office. Paul M. McGeary is the publishing systems manager at The Boston Globe. In October, James E. Murray Jr. was named administrator for behavioral health services at St. Francis Hospital and Medical Center in Hartford , Conn.

1972
Class Chair
Allan F. Kramer II

Ronald F. Dobrowski , who works as a construction manager for the commonwealth of Massachusetts , is currently serving his fifth term on the Brockton ( Mass. ) School Committee. Robert E. Dolan was recently appointed to the board of trustees of North Carolina Central University in Durham , N.C. ; Dolan is the vice president of vaccine and sterile operations at Merck & Co., Inc., Whitehouse Station , N.J. The National Board of Trial Advocacy (NBTA) announced that Richard J. Kenny of the Hartford ( Conn. ) law firm of Kenny, O’Keefe, Usseglio has achieved board certification as a civil trial advocate through the NBTA.

1973
Class Co-Chairs
Gregory C. Flynn
Edward P. Meyers

Bishop John B. McCormack of the Diocese of Manchester, N.H., announced in December the appointment of Guy D. Chapdelaine as finance officer of the diocese; previously, he had served as the director of finance. The spring 2004 issue of Reference & User Services Quarterly includes an article by Tony V. Stankus, titled “Supporting Volunteers in Their Personal War on Obesity with Reliable Information from Widely Available Health Science Journals”; Stankus serves as the College science librarian. Michael S. Wronski is the director of foundation and corporate relations in the division of institutional advancement at Worcester State College.

1974
Class Co-Chairs
Brian R. Forts
Stanley J. Kostka Jr.
Robert C. Lorette

Ralph J. Lamparello , the managing partner of the Secaucus, N.J., law firm of Chasan, Leyner, Bariso & Lamparello, was re-appointed last June as a trustee of the New Jersey State Bar Foundation; Lamparello concentrates his practice on civil and criminal litigation. James H. Longstreet is an attorney with Maloney, Craven & Longstreet in Des Plaines , Ill. A pastel portrait by George J. Maichack of retiring Westfield ( Mass. ) State College President Frederick Woodward, was unveiled last September at the dedication ceremony of the new Woodward Center at the college.

1975
Class Co-Chairs
Joseph W. Cummings
Joseph A. Sasso Jr.

Steven J. Blizzard , who currently serves as senior mid-Atlantic counsel for the Stewart Title Guaranty Co. in Fairfax , Va. , has been elected president of the Virginia Land Title Association, for the 2004-05 term. Gary R. Hurst, a partner and member of the board of directors of the Atlanta , Ga. , law firm, Drew Eckl & Farnham, has been appointed to the board of directors for the Diabetes Association of Atlanta. Kevin F. Wolfe, who is an architect, appeared on the program, “A Walk Through New York”–a tour of the borough of Queens hosted by David Hartman and Barry Lewis–which ran last December on PBS Channel 13 in New York .

1976
Class Chair
Thomas E. Ryan
Class Correspondent

Thomas C. Healey James J. “Jim” Grogan is the president and chief executive officer of the Loreto Bay Company in Scottsdale , Ariz. Appointed in 2000 by the governor of Arizona to serve as chairman of the board of the Arizona Tourism and Sports Authority, Grogan is the chairman for the Randy Johnson Invitational Golf Tournament–a fund-raising event that benefits research efforts of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation–and a member of the board of directors of Phoenix Suns Charities. John C. Hampsey has published a book, titled Paranoia and Contentment: A Personal Essay on Western Thought ( University of Virginia Press , 2004). The November issue of National Jesuit News included a story about the work of Rev. Michael J. Vjecha, S.J., M.D. Fr. Vjecha, who works at the VA Medical Center in Washington, D.C., was appointed coordinator of the CPCRA Strategies for Management of Anti-Retroviral Therapy–an NIH-funded AIDS study designed to track 6,000 AIDS patients over an eight-to-nine year period.

1977
Class Co-Chairs
Brian A. Cashman
Kathleen T. Connolly

ABN AMRO announced last May the appointment of William A. Eagan III as head of financial institution and public sector banking, North America; based in New York, Eagan is responsible for coordinating and managing the company’s relationship with banks, finance companies, insurers and public sector entities in the United States and Canada. In October, Reed Group, Ltd., a disability and absence management company, headquartered in Westminster , Colo. , announced the appointment of Kevin D. Moran as its new chief executive officer. Mary Agnes “Maggie” Wilderotter has been named president and chief executive officer of the Stamford, Conn.-based telecommunications company, Citizens Communications, effective this past November.

1978
Class Co-Chairs
Marcia Hennelly Moran
Mark T. Murray
Michael H. Shanahan

Daniel A. Day , who has joined the public relations firm, Stern and Associates of Cranford, N.J., handles media relations and strategy for clients. Nancy Lusignan Schultz is a contributing co-editor of a new book, Salem : Place, Myth, and Memory (Northeastern University Press, 2004), with Dane Morrison. Schultz co-wrote the book’s introduction and contributed a chapter, titled “ Salem as Hawthorne ’s Creation.” Thomas J. Solitario writes that he has joined Scientific-Atlanta Inc. as Southeast regional sales manager.

1979
Class Co-Chairs
Glennon L. Paredes
Deborah A. Pelles

Margaret Lanzetta had a site specific work, titled “The World’s Great Age,” in the Queens International 2004 exhibition–on view from Nov. 7, 2004 to Feb. 6, 2005–at the Queens (N.Y.) Museum of Art; Lanzetta is a 2004 fellow at The MacDowell Colony in Peterborough, N.H. Dwight Asset Management, Burlington, Vt., announced in October the appointment of Jeffrey B. Norris as chief operating officer of the company.

1980
Class Co-Chairs
J. Christopher Collins
Elizabeth Palomba Sprague
Kathleen L. Wiese

Mark P. Bilotta is in his sixth year as the executive assistant to the president of Assumption College in Worcester . Leigh Anne Brodsky currently serves as president of Nickelodeon and Viacom Consumer Products in New York City ; her responsibilities include managing the strategic development of Nickelodeon’s consumer products business. Gregory D. “Gregg” Burke has been named deputy director of athletics at the University of Rhode Island in Kingston–serving as chief operating officer, he is responsible for all aspects of the daily operation of the Department of Intercollegiate Athletics. Thomas H. McLain, chairman, chief executive officer and president of Nabi Biopharmaceuticals in Boca Raton , Fla. , was recently elected chairman of the board of the nonprofit organization BioFlorida. The board of trustees of Elms College , Chicopee , Mass. , announced in December the selection of James H. Mullen Jr. as the ninth president of the college, effective this summer; Mullen is currently serving as chancellor of the University of North Carolina in Asheville .

MARRIED: Mark P. Bilotta and Henry Ritter, on May 30.

1981
Class Co-Chairs
James G. Healy
Katharine Buckley McNamara
Elizabeth Stevens Murdy
William J. Supple

Patricia (Rottmann) Blewett, M.D. , was recognized as a fellow of the American Academy of Family Physicians at its convocation ceremony held last October in Orlando , Fla. ; Blewett continues to work at Western Kentucky University, Bowling Green, in the health services clinic. Louis M. Ciavarra, a partner in the business litigation and intellectual property areas of the Worcester firm Bowditch & Dewey, was included on the “Massachusetts Super Lawyers” list, featured in the November issue of Boston Magazine; the list was the result of a survey sent to Massachusetts’ attorneys asking them “to vote for the best lawyers they had personally observed in action.” Since 1995, Kenneth D’Ambrosia has worked for GMAC Mortgage, Bedford , N.H. , as a senior loan officer for residential mortgages. The Oct. 28 edition of the Mattituck, N.Y., weekly newspaper Suffolk Times announced that Cyrus G. Dolce Jr. has joined the Riverhead, N.Y., law firm of Twomey, Latham, Shea & Kelley as an associate; he specializes his practice on estate planning, estate administration and elder law. The Oct. 8 edition of the Boston Business Journal included a story about Frederick H. Eppinger, titled “Storm recovery/Allmerica’s Eppinger restoring foundations of battered insurer.” Eppinger is the president and chief executive officer of Allmerica Financial Corp. in Worcester . Michael B. Germaine was recently promoted to director of development at Fidelity Investments in Boston . Joseph F. Greene Jr. ’51 writes that his son, Capt. Stephen Greene, USN, is in deployment out of San Diego , Calif. , as executive officer aboard the USS Bonhomme Richard (LHD6). Janet T. Stone is an international service manager at Otis Elevator in Bloomfield , Conn. Tredegar Corp., Richmond , Va. , announced last September the appointment of Nancy M. Taylor to the newly created position of senior vice president of strategy and special projects, effective Nov. 1; Taylor, who joined Tredegar in 1991, had most recently served as managing director, Europe, for the company’s subsidiary, Tredegar Film Products Corp.

MARRIED: Janet T. Stone and Michael J. Selissen, on Sept. 12, in St. Joseph Memorial Chapel.

1982
Class Co-Chairs
Jean Kelly Cummings
Susan L. Sullivan

Carol (Boyer) Fiftal, M.D. , continues to work part time as a pediatrician in Mystic, Conn. Owen P. Keenan III and his wife, Bridget, announce the birth of their daughter, Bridget McCarthy, on May 30, 2003 . Keenan teaches math at Barnstable ( Mass. ) High School and coaches the girls’ junior varsity basketball team. Cmdr. Bernadette M. Semple, USN, was recently named director, Communications Security Material System (DCMS); the “change of command” ceremony was held in Washington , D.C. , on Oct. 8. In September, the Chamber of Commerce of Androscoggin County, Maine, elected Wayne T. Thornton to a two-year term on the board; Thornton is the general manager of The Colisée, an entertainment facility in Lewiston , Maine .

1983
Class Co-Chairs
Patricia G. Haylon
David J. Trasatti

Cmdr. Gail P. Kulish, USCG , currently serves as the personal assistant to the secretary of the Department of Homeland Security, Tom Ridge ; she was recently awarded the Legion of Merit for consequence management and response work following Sept. 11–as the commanding officer of the Coast Guard’s Atlantic Strike Team.

1984
Class Co-Chairs
Fred J. O'Connor
Carmine L. Salvucci

Last summer, the Franco-American Centre’s Beliveau Art Gallery in Manchester, N.H., featured the works of Lynne Guimond Findlay and her mother, Colette Guimond, in an exhibition, titled “Generations: Recent Works in Pastels and Digital Photography; Findlay specializes in film-based and digital photography and, her mother, in pastels. Paul G. Igoe and his wife, Judith, announce the birth of their daughter, Julia, on Oct. 23, 2002 . Igoe serves as associate general counsel for Teradyne, Inc., in Boston . Kathleen Connor Koenen and her husband, Paul, announce the birth of their daughter, Maureen Dolores, on June 6. Lawrence S. Mannix, an attorney in New Canaan , Conn. , has been elected president of the Kiwanis Club of Wilton , Conn. , for the 2004-05 term. Bishop John B. McCormack of the Diocese of Manchester, N.H., announced in December the appointment of Diane Murphy Quinlan as the chancellor of the diocese; she is also continuing to serve in her position as an associate delegate for ministerial conduct. Julie Golden Tocci currently works part time as a physician assistant in internal medicine, in Atlanta , Ga.

1985
Class Co-Chairs
Thomas M. Flynn
Joseph Terranova
Class Correspondent
Joanne S. Niland

Anne (Cannon) Cowles recently joined the board of trustees of Saint George’s School , Spokane , Wash. –an independent school for students in kindergarten through the 12 th grade. James A. “Jim” Dino was recently named the director of marketing at Preakness Healthcare Center in Wayne , N.J. Bernadette M. Murphy, M.D., and her husband, Richard, announce the birth of their son, Michael Richard, on March 31, 2003 . Murphy is a physician and partner/owner of Fairfax ( Va. ) Pediatric Associates.

1986
Class Co-Chairs
Virginia M. Ayers
Patrick L. McCarthy Jr.
Edward T. O’Donnell
Kathleen Quinn Powers

In November 2003, Charles T. “Chuck” Coursey was elected to the West Hartford , Conn. , Town Council. Joseph A. Gibbons and his wife, Trish, announce the birth of their daughter, Erin Kathryn, on Aug. 2. Elizabeth “Liz” (Whearty) Hildebrand and her husband, James, announce the birth of their son, Joseph Damien, on July 31. Mark K. Shriver is the vice president and managing director of the U.S. programs for Save the Children in Washington , D.C.

1987
Class Co-Chairs
Kathleen E. Moylan
Erin B. Grimes Myers
James W. Nawn Jr.

Kenneth J. Cammarato , who has relocated to Chapel Hill , N.C. , serves as division general counsel for Kidde plc, a manufacturer of fire detection systems for industrial, residential and aerospace markets. Julie (Reeves) Campbell and her husband, Drew, announce the birth of their son, Lachlan Denning, on May 3. Thomas J. Conte, a partner in the business litigation and construction services practice area of the Worcester firm Bowditch & Dewey, was included on the “Massachusetts Super Lawyers” list, featured in the November issue of Boston Magazine; the list was the result of a survey sent to Massachusetts attorneys, asking them “to vote for the best lawyers they had personally observed in action.” John J. Farley-Blackshire Sr., an ordained elder, accepted a contracted position, effective last June, with Morris Cerullo World Evangelism as the director of field operations (Dallas School of Ministry). Jane C. Morrissey and her husband, Christopher, announce the adoption of their son, Luke Joon-Kee, on Aug. 2; Luke was born in Seoul , South Korea , on May 16, 2003 . Steven A. Napolitano and his wife, Liz ’90, announce the birth of their daughter, Ava Catherine, on June 21. Catherine “Cathy” Robertson-Souter and her husband, David, announce the birth of their daughter, Katrina Josephine, on Feb. 10, 2004 . Gina T. (Guarino) Ryan and her husband, Peter, announce the birth of their daughter, Theresa Maria, on May 15. Marcy M. Vandale and her husband, Rick, announce the birth of their daughter, Erin Lynne, on April 5.

1988
Class Co-Chairs
Ellen S. Conte
Paul E. Demit

Jay A. Clarke and John Bradley announce that they are the parents of Liam O’Connor Bradley, who was born on March 28, 2004 . Claire ( Rogers ) Morris and her husband, Jim, announce the birth of their son, James Michael, on Sept. 9. Katherine “Kate” McGuane Murphy and her husband, John, announce the birth of their daughter, Madeline Frances, on June 24. The Oct. 6 edition of the Springfield , Mass. , newspaper Republican announced that Lt. Col. Joseph R. Perlak, USMC, was promoted to the rank of lieutenant colonel last September, in Washington , D.C. The article also notes that, in June, Perlak received the Eugene P. Angrist Award–which “recognizes a person whose contribution to the Navy or the American public reflects qualities of public service and professional excellence.” Arlene R. Quaratiello and her husband, Mark, announce the birth of their son, Joseph James, on Nov. 19. Quaratiello recently had a book published by Greenwood Press, titled Rachel Carson: A Biography. Patricia “Tricia” (Daly) Santos and her husband, Ron, announce the birth of their son, Gavin Francis, on July 19. Eric J. Schuck, M.D., and his wife, Kristie, announce the birth of their daughter, Madeline Jane, on Feb. 18, 2004 . Schuck practices pediatrics in State College , Pa. Dennis R. Scribner Jr., M.D., currently maintains a practice in Roanoke , Va. , called Carilion GYN Oncology Associates.

1989
Class Co-Chairs
Christina M. Buckley
Sean T. McHugh

Douglas A. DeMeo is the assistant director of campus ministry at St. Peter’s College, Jersey City , N.J. The Oct. 19 edition of the Outer Banks Sentinel newspaper announced that Ann Marie Kennedy was one of 16 individuals to receive a 2004-05 North Carolina Arts Council Fellowship Award. Cmdr. Thomas J. LaCoss, USN, who was promoted to the rank of commander last June, celebrated his 15 th anniversary in the Navy at the same time; the ceremony took place in Mechanicsburg , Pa. , where LaCoss is currently stationed.

MARRIED: John P. Luedtke Jr. and Kimberly Ann Smith, on July 10, in Chicago , Ill.

 

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