Tuesday, October 30, 2012
The University of Miami Alumni Association extends our deepest concerns to our alumni and friends who reside in the Mid-Atlantic and Northeastern states that have been affected by Superstorm Sandy. As you are recovering from the storm, please know that your alumni association is a resource for you. Let us know how we can help. If you are able, there has never been a better time to reach out to your fellow alumni to lend a helping hand. Let us unite as a 'Canes community.
We will continue to keep you and your families in our thoughts.
For the University of Miami,
Donna A. Arbide, M.B.A. '95
Associate Vice President of Alumni Relations and the Annual Fund and
Executive Director of the University of Miami Alumni Association
John F. Lisk, BBA'74, JD'77: We are registered with Horse Evacuations East to help anyway we can with equine rescues. Send any Cane Alums to www.southernsunfarm.com. For direct contact information, please call the University of Miami Alumni Association at 1-866-UMALUMS.
Heiko Ihle, MBA'06: Apartment in White Plains, NY has survived the storm quite well, If somebody needs a place to stay. Please call the University of Miami Alumni Association at 1-866-UMALUMS, for contact info.
Heather Revis Finnegan, BBA'86: We still have no power. Huge trees down and pokes and wires with them. Not as bad as others but we will be throwing lots of food away unfortunately.
Brenda Cucukov, BS'72: We returned from sunny UM and met Sandy-Girl. Live in Millville NJ. Our home without electric but otherwise fine. Our S. Jersey Barrier Islands got battered and bashed. Another high tide 8:30PM. NYC area bad. A few folks died up there. Thank you for your good wishes.