John A. Samuelson, B.B.A. ’48, M.A. ’49, was captain of lifeguards at Matheson Hammock as a UM student and then stayed on to coach tennis for a couple of years. Now 90, he’d love to hear from fellow alumni of that era.
Richard H. Plager, A.B. ’51, B.B.A. ’52, has retired. He is a former Miami Dade Police captain and former chief of the Sanibel Police Department.
Larry Wilde, A.B. ’52, is a motivational humorist and the author of 53 books, including a series of joke books and the 2000 tome Great Comedians Talk about Comedy. He lives in Monterey County, California, where he was recently profiled by the Monterey Herald.
A. Jay Cristol, J.D. ’58, Edward A. Moss, J.D. ’61, Francisco “Frank” Angones, J.D. ’76, and Ellen Catsman Freidin, J.D. ’78, are four of the eight honorees named “Legal Legends” by the 11th Judicial Circuit Historical Society. The award ceremony was held this November in Miami.
Paul Siegel, B.S. ’58, J.D. ’62, retired in December from the Circuit Court in Miami after 19 years of service. This year he opened Voluntary Trial Resolution LLC in Miami Beach to provide mediation and private trial services.
Norman Lasko, B.B.A. ’59, a prosecutor for the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulations, received the Distinguished Service Award in 2011 from The John Marshall Law School Alumni Association. The 1967 graduate was recognized for his service to the community and school.
Leon Hoffman, A.B. ’61, a clinical psychologist and cellist in Chicago, was profiled by the Chicago Tribune in May. Since 1998 he has had some 40 letters published by the paper. He hopes to hear from classmates.
Bennett H. Brummer, A.B. ’62, J.D. ’65, the former Miami-Dade County public defender, received the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers’ Champion of Indigent Defense Award this year.
Jose E. Martinez, B.B.A. ’62, J.D. ’65, a U.S. District Court judge, received the UM Law Alumni Association’s 2010 Alumni Achievement Award. The former chief of UM’s Iron Arrow Honor Society served in the U.S. Navy before practicing law.
Cary M. Rodin, B.B.A. ’64, a shareholder at Atlanta-based accounting and audit firm Bennett Thrasher PC, was elected the tax committee chair for DFK International, an association of independent accounting firms and business advisors.
Jamie S. Barkin, B.B.A. ’65, M.D. ’70, presented at the first International Conference on Capsule and Double-Balloon Endoscopy in Paris, France.
Thomas F. Segalla, B.B.A. ’65, was appointed the inaugural chair of the Defense Research Institute’s new Publications Board. He is a founding partner of the law firm Goldberg Segalla LLP and co-wrote the insurance law treatise Couch on Insurance 3D.
Roger Huff, B.Ed. ’66, M.A. ’68, wrote the novel Journey of the Lost Princess: Adventure and Romance in the Mysterious Land of the Incas.
Katharine H. Dickenson, B.Ed. ’67, M.Ed. ’68, a historic preservationist, and Katherine Fernandez Rundle, B.Ed. ’73, state attorney for Miami-Dade County, were appointed to the St. Augustine 450th Commemoration Commission by U.S. Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar.
John M. “Jack” Watson Jr., B.B.A. ’67, is founder, president, CEO, and senior consultant of The Watson Company, a Rosemary Beach, Florida-based human resources consulting firm.
Ronald Rothstein, J.D. ’68, owns Kleinfeld Bridal in Manhattan with his partner of 25 years, Mara Urshel. Their store is home to the TLC reality TV show Say Yes to the Dress.
Edward “Skip” Berounsky, B.Arch. ’69, is a design architect and metal sculptor in South Florida.
Irving “Jake” Jacoby, B.S. ’69, is in Ghana, Africa, teaching at the Mampong District Government Hospital with the Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health’s Standardization in District Hospitals and Regional Training for Emergency Medicine program. The emeritus professor of medicine and surgery, University of California, San Diego School of Medicine, and attending physician, Department of Emergency Medicine, UCSD Medical Center, plans to visit his daughter Kathryn, a U.S. Peace Corps volunteer in Ghana.
Norma Watkins, M.A. ’69, is the author of The Last Resort: Taking the Mississippi Cure (University Press of Mississippi). A review in The Washington Post called her new memoir “splendid in every way.”
Adrienne B. Fried, B.S.N. ’70, a Red Cross disaster volunteer and shelter manager, earned a certificate in geriatric care management and psychiatric nursing.
George Harper, J.D. ’70, managing partner at Harper Meyer, was named one of the top 30 lawyers in Latin America by Latin Business Chronicle.
Nancy Olson, M.Ed. ’70, an adjunct faculty member in the business school at Nova Southeastern University, retired as the Marlins Foundation executive director after serving for more than 13 years and raising $7 million for charity.
Jude Bagatti, A.B. ’71, J.D. ’75, has published a collection of nature photography, prose, and poetry titled Fauna, Flora & Fantasy in Film & Phrase.
Michael Kesselman, B.S.Ed. ’72, M.Ed. ’75, Ph.D. ’79, a retired Miami-Dade County Public Schools educator, was one of four winners last year of the Innovative Curriculum and Instruction Awards for Outstanding Educators from the Florida Association for Community Colleges for curriculum practices, programs, and plans he wrote and implemented as an adjunct professor at Palm Beach State College. A “card-carrying, orange-and-green-bleeding Hurricane,” he lives in Boca Raton and previously served as an adjunct professor for master’s and doctoral programs in education at UM.
Betty (Benitez) Gonzalez, A.B. ’73, assistant sales manager of the Keyes Commercial Sales Division, was elected 2011 president of the Realtors Commercial Alliance of Miami.
Thomas R. Tatum, J.D. ’73, a partner in the law firm of Brinkley Morgan, coordinated and moderated last year’s St. Thomas More Society Ethics and Professionalism Seminar.
Willie A. Waters, B.M. ’73, co-director of the University of Connecticut Opera Theater, conducted the Cleveland Orchestra’s 31st Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration Concert.
Miguel Farra, A.B. ’75, J.D. ’79, the tax and accounting department’s partner-in-charge at Morrison, Brown, Argiz & Farra LLP, is co-chair of the United Way of Miami-Dade’s Tocqueville Society Cabinet.
Richard A. Pollack, B.B.A. ’75, was certified by the Association of Insolvency and Restructuring Advisors.
Marcia Cypen, J.D. ’76, executive director of Legal Services of Greater Miami Inc., received the UM School of Law’s Center for Ethics and Public Service’s 2010 Lawyers in Leadership Award.
Bill Chester, B.S. ’78, M.D. ’82, founded Paul Chester Children’s Hope Foundation in memory of his son, who died at 16. The foundation provides reconstructive surgeries, preventive care, and medical assistance to families in less-developed countries.
Holly Iglesias, M.A. ’78, won a National Endowment for the Arts literature fellowship. The author of two published poetry collections, Angles of Approach (2010) and Souvenirs of a Shrunken World (2008), she teaches in the University of North Carolina-Asheville’s liberal arts master’s program.
Douglas C. Miller, M.D. ’78, Ph.D. ’80, clinical professor of pathology and anatomical sciences and director of the University of Missouri School of Medicine’s Pathology Residency Program, won first prize in the Neurology Category at the British Medical Association’s book awards for his textbook Modern Surgical Neuropathology (Cambridge University Press). He co-wrote the recent Atlas of Clinical Neurology, third edition (Saunders).
Martha Abreu Cortina, B.M. ’79, M.M. ’80, had her first book published, a recipe collection titled Authentic Cuban Cuisine (Pelican).
Cindy S. Lederman, J.D. ’79, a judge in Florida’s 11th Judicial Circuit and Miami’s Juvenile Division, has co-authored with UM faculty Lynn F. Katz a new book titled Child-Centered Practices for the Courtroom and Community.
Ted R. Wozniak, B.B.A. ’79, a freelance financial translator, was elected to the American Translators Association board of directors.
Terrance Bostic, J.D. ’80, vice president and associate corporate counsel for Raymond James Financial in St. Petersburg, Florida, was named a top Tampa Bay area securities lawyer by Tampa Bay Magazine.
Kathleen L. Deutsch, B.M. ’81, J.D. ’86, a partner at Broad and Cassel, was elected to a two-year term as Americas regional representative for Lawyers Associated Worldwide.
Gregg L. Friedman, B.S. ’81, M.D. ’85, moved his psychiatry practice to Hallandale Beach, Florida. He is married to Julie L. Friedman, M.D. ’92. They have three children and live in Golden Beach, Florida.
Dan Braden, B.Arch. ’82, is an architect in Stuart, Florida. He was elected president of the Hibiscus Children’s Center Governing Board, of which he has been a member for 25 years.
Dorian Denburg, J.D. ’82, general attorney for AT&T in Atlanta and National Association of Women Lawyers immediate past-president, received the UM Law Alumni Association’s Alumni Achievement Award this year.
Steven Befera, J.D. ’83, owner of Befera Law Firm and adjunct professor at the UM School of Law, was awarded the UM Law Alumni Association’s 2010 Alumni Leadership Award.
Jon Secada, B.M. ’83, M.M. ’86, opened Secada’s bar and restaurant in the Magic City Casino.
Scott B. Saul, A.B. ’84, J.D. ’87, is now of counsel with Smith, Humphrey & Verbit in Miami.
Ervin A. Gonzalez, J.D. ’85, adjunct faculty at the School of Law, was recognized by Super Lawyers magazine as one of the Top Ten Attorneys in the State of Florida for 2010.
Eric I. Bustillo, B.B.A. ’86, J.D. ’89, was appointed director of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission’s Miami regional office.
Nilso “Nil” Lara, B.S.E.E. ’86, is a Miami-based singer-songwriter and guitar player who performs and runs Beluga Blue Records.
Diane Haager, M.S.Ed. ’87, Ph.D. ’92, professor of special education and counseling at California State University, Los Angeles (CSULA) Charter College of Education, received the Outstanding Professor Award from CSULA, where she has been on faculty since 1992.
Maria D. Papazian, B.S.Ed. ’87, M.S.Ed. ’89, taught in Miami-Dade County Public Schools for 14 years before returning to UM in 2006 as coordinator for two graduate programs in the School of Education Department of Teaching and Learning. She is an administrative and volunteer director for the nonprofit group 600 Million Stray Dogs Need You and a Sierra Club Miami Group board member.
Jonathan Bruce Pototsky, B.B.A. ’87, a former felony prosecutor in Colorado’s 9th Judicial District, was appointed Garfield County Court judge in January.
Michael Chesal, J.D. ’88, is a partner at Peretz Chesal & Herrmann, which was ranked by U.S. News and Best Lawyers in the first tier for intellectual property law in Miami.
Frank R. Jimenez, B.S. ’88, vice president and general counsel of ITT Corporation, was profiled in a 2010 “Diversity and the Bar” publication from Fortune 500. He is a director on the UM Alumni Association Board of Directors.
Charles P. Samaris, B.Arch. ’88, a member of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, was promoted to the rank of colonel and selected to serve as the Army Senior Service College Fellow in the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Security Studies Program. He was also tapped to lead the New England District of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
Carlos M. Lastra, A.B. ’89, J.D. ’92, received the Bar Association of Montgomery County, Maryland’s 2010 Family Law Practitioner of the Year Award and Community Service Award.
Julie Braman Kane, A.B. ’90, J.D. ’93, partner at the Law Firm of Colson Hicks Eidson, was awarded the UM Law Alumni Association’s Alumni Leadership Award in 2010.
T. J. Mannix, B.S.C. ’90, launched the annual New York Musical Improv Festival, and recently took a job with Second City in Chicago.
Julie San Angelo, A.B. ’90, manager of Select Physical Therapy, received her Ph.D. in physical therapy from Nova Southeastern University.
Scott Bryan, M.B.A. ’91, the COO of Pinnacle Aircraft Parts, released the CaptureNotes iPad app for recording, storing, and cataloging notes.
Darren Dupriest, B.B.A. ’91, is president and CEO of Validity Screening Solutions. The company, which provides background and drug screenings for employers, made the 2010 Inc. 5000 annual list.
Eileen Faxas, B.S.C. ’91, joined the North American tour of Mamma Mia! Her previous work as a television reporter in Houston and Phoenix has earned her three Emmy Awards.
Shari L. Gerson, A.B. ’91, J.D. ’94, joined the Fort Lauderdale office of GrayRobinson as a shareholder.
Leslye Jacobs, B.S.C. ’91, published My Little French Friend, the first book in her Pals Around the World series, which aims to educate children about diverse cultures.
Paul P. Donahue, B.B.A. ’92, was named president of Wackenhut Services Inc. and appointed to the board of directors. He previously served as treasurer and COO, and owns a helicopter leasing company.
Ellyn S. Kravitz, LL.M.E. ’92, partner in Littman Krooks LLP, was named to the 2010 Super Lawyers list for New York.
Richard Wood, A.B. ’92, is director of transatlantic trade for global transportation and logistics company APL.
Debra L. Zelman, J.D. ’92, founded Debbie’s Dream Foundation Inc., a patient advocacy group that raises money for stomach cancer research, after she was diagnosed with advanced stomach cancer in 2008.
Leyza Blanco, A.B. ’93, J.D. ’96, an attorney in the Miami office of GrayRobinson, was elected to the International Women’s Insolvency and Restructuring Confederation’s national board.
Thomas W. Balcom, B.B.A. ’94, M.B.A. ’00, was elected the 2011 president of the Financial Planning Association of Broward County.
Michael M. Woodward, A.B. ’95, an organizational psychologist, discussed tips from his book, The You Plan: A Five-Step Guide to Taking Charge of Your Career in the New Economy, on Live with Regis and Kelly. He is also a contributor to Fox News Live.
Jason Molinet, A.B. ’96, won Best News Blog at the Long Island Press Club 2010 Media Awards for the L.I. Sports Buzz blog he writes for Long Island Pulse Magazine.
Stephen L. Cohen, J.D. ’97, has been appointed as an associate director of the Securities and Exchange Commission’s enforcement division.
Matthew A. Leturmy, A.B. ’97, was promoted to director of corporate recruitment at PHH Corporation in Jacksonville, Florida.
Mireya Mayor, A.B. ’97, had her third book published by the National Geographic Society. Pink Boots and a Machete: My Journey from NFL Cheerleader to National Geographic Explorer features a foreword by primatologist Jane Goodall.
Gabrielle Motola, B.S.C. ’97, a London-based photographer, launched her professional website, www.gabriellemotola.com.
Eric G. Walsh, M.D. ’97, was appointed director of public health and public health officer for Pasadena, California, in September 2010.
Durée Ross, B.S.C. ’98, founder of PR and marketing company Durée & Company Inc., was honored as a 2010 Outstanding Mother by Healthy Mothers Healthy Babies.
Gavin Williams, M.A. ’98, J.D. ’01, was named a partner in Holland & Knight LLP’s Miami office.
Jason James, M.D. ’99, an ob-gyn in Miami, spearheaded an effort to develop and implement a universal screening protocol for postpartum depression at Baptist Hospital.
Alex Merchan, B.B.A. ’99, M.B.A. ’03, was promoted to senior director of brand marketing, North America, for Hard Rock International.
Danielle C. Price, B.B.A. ’99, J.D. ’02, was named a partner in Holland & Knight LLP’s Miami office.
Timothy M. Ravich, J.D. ’99, a board-certified aviation lawyer, has published the text Aviation Law after September 11: Cases and Material.
Adrienne Denaro, B.S.C. ’00, is a copywriter for Perry Ellis International in Miami. She was previously a copywriter for Royal Caribbean International and a program director and morning show host for a top 40 English-language radio station in Amman, Jordan.
Andrea Dopico, B.S. ’00, and Charles Castillo, B.B.A. ’00, were married in August 2010 in Cancun, Mexico. They live in St. Petersburg, Florida, with two adopted greyhounds. Andrea is the Pinellas County Health Department’s surveillance program manager. Charles is a senior research associate at Raymond James.
Katrina S. Campins, B.B.A. ’01, was on Bravo’s reality show Miami Social in 2009, was featured on Bloomberg Television’s Inside Track for her insight on the luxury real estate market, and was the keynote speaker at the Toppel Career Center’s inaugural Student and Alumni Career Symposium in April 2011.
David Rosenhouse, B.B.A. ’01, M.S.Tx. ’02, is a director at Rosenhouse Group PC, owned by L. Minton Rosenhouse, B.B.A. ’72.
Estrellita S. Sibila, B.S. ’01, J.D. ’05, LL.M.P. ’05, an associate with the law firm of Weiss Serota Helfman Pastoriza Cole & Boniske P.L., was honored at the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation’s annual event to recognize the top 40 lawyers in Miami-Dade County under age 40.
Kimberly (Mayer) Steres, B.B.A. ’01, her husband, Jeffrey, and daughter Gabrielle welcomed Alexis Jayden to the family in February 2010.
Danielle Karliner, B.A.M. ’02, lives in New York City, where she produced the world premiere of the play The Dudleys! as part of Dream Up Festival 2010.
Elgin Polo, M.B.A. ’02, partner in the litigation support department at Morrison, Brown, Argiz & Farra LLP, was elected president of the Florida Institute of Certified Public Accountants Miami-Downtown Chapter.
Sara Hecker, B.B.A. ’03, a player development specialist at Royal Caribbean International, was named the cruise line’s 2010 employee of the year.
Esther M. Santos, B.B.A. ’03, founded Restless Production, an L.A.-based marketing consultation firm specializing in social media. She is also a director of sales at Qnuru lighting.
Erica Cohen, B.S.C. ’04, married Chris McDermott, B.B.A. ’04, in New York City on November 8, 2009. They live in New Jersey.
Eric W. Schreiber, M.B.A. ’04, was hired as senior manager of marine solutions at ABB Inc. He develops new technologies for the marine industry.
Nelson Dellis, B.S. ’06, M.S. ’10, won the 14th Annual U.S.A. Memory Championship and set two U.S. records: most digits memorized in five minutes (248) and fastest to memorize the order of a full shuffled deck of playing cards (63 seconds).
Cara Ann Sequino Hlad, B.Arch. ’06, received her AIA license and was named 2010 Architectural Intern of the Year by the American Institute of Architects Colorado.
AJ Sarcione, A.B. ’06, is a singer and songwriter in Los Angeles.
Lilia M. Rodriguez Luciano, B.S.C. ’07, joined NBC News as a Miami-based network correspondent reporting for NBC Nightly News, Today, MSNBC, Telemundo, and other platforms.
Betsy L. McCoy, LL.M.P. ’07, serves as vice president and general counsel for Miami-based developer The Related Group.
Adriana Troyo, Ph.D. ’07, associate professor of microbiology at the University of Costa Rica, was named that country’s 2010 Most Distinguished Scientist of the Year (Premio a la investigadora destacada del año) by the Ministry of Science and Technology for her research into parasite- and insect-borne diseases. She is the first woman to receive the award.
David Hoffmann, B.B.A.’08, CEO and founder of davidsbeenhere.com, launched a line of city travel guides with blogs, international news, and videos.
Eduardo Gonzalez Loumiet, M.B.A. ’08, managing director of Über Operations, has led several health IT projects of national significance, including the CDC’s Pandemic Influenza Project between the states of Florida and Texas.
Roger Nicholas Nanovic, J.D. ’08, LL.M.T. ’08, an associate with Tallman Hudders & Sorrentino in Pennsylvania, was elected to a three-year term as a Council of Alcohol and Drug Abuse board member in Allentown.
Craig Roberts, Ph.D. ’08, is a postdoctoral fellow in fundamental and translational neuroscience at Duke University Medical Center, a lecturer at Duke, and co-coordinator and cofounder of the Future Educators Working Group, Duke Institute for Genome Sciences and Policy.
Kevin R. Rose, B.M. ’09, won the emerging talent award at the 2011 Lotte Lenya Competition, an international theater singing contest.
Gaby Loria, B.S.C. ’10, won third place and $3,000 in the Hearst Journalism Award’s 2010 Broadcast News Championship for a piece about Arab-American communities’ thoughts on post-9/11 security issues. She is now a reporter at KVIA ABC-7 in El Paso, Texas.
Michelle-Marie Pena, B.S. ’10, was an Omicron Delta Kappa 2010 scholarship recipient.
A ’Cane from the Start
Edith Bleich, A.B. ’39, died at University of Miami Hospital on June 19, six weeks before her 103rd birthday. A member of UM’s first class in 1926, Bleich taught elementary school by day and then took classes to complete her degree. She taught for 52 years and stayed in touch with many of
her former students. An avid supporter of
Hurricane sports, she attended games through the years. Later Bleich
began to focus on UM women’s basketball, earning a spot on Katie’s Krew, a group of dedicated fans named for coach Katie Meier. In 2008 Meier named Bleich a guest coach for an ACC/Big Ten Challenge game against Indiana.
An All-Around Commitment to His Community
F.W. “Mort” Guilford Jr., B.B.A. ’51, J.D. ’56, Korean War veteran, prominent Coral Gables real estate attorney, and UM Alumni Association past president, died on September 14. He was 83.
A member of the Florida Bar since 1957, Guilford was often recognized for his historic restoration and development efforts, philanthropy, and leadership. In 2010 Ronald McDonald House Charities named him one of its “12 Good Men of Miami” and in 2009 the UM Alumni Association named him the Henry King Stanford Alumnus of the Year. In addition to being senior partner at Guilford & Associates P.A.,
he ran a successful property development company and supported charitable and educational institutions such as UM, Jackson Memorial Foundation, the Humane Society, Episcopal Charities of Southeast Florida, the American Cancer Society, and the Vizcayans. As chair of the Alma Jennings Foundation, he helped award more than $1.6 million in grants to the University. Guilford represented UM on several real estate matters before the Coral Gables City Commission, was a member of Iron Arrow, and served UM through the years on the Board of Trustees, Citizens Board, President’s Council, and School of Business Administration’s Board of Overseers.
Respected Leader of Broadcasting
Richard D. “Rick” Buckley Jr., A.B. ’62, longtime president and chairman of Buckley Broadcasting Corporation, passed away on July 31, just a month after being inducted into the New York State Broadcasters Hall of Fame. He was 74. A proud supporter of radio and broadcasting education, Buckley made numerous contributions to the University of Miami School of Communication, including the Richard D. Buckley, Jr. Audio Lab. He also helped WVUM-FM 90.5, UM’s student-run radio station, increase its power and coverage area; served on the school’s visiting committee; and was a UM President’s Council member and onetime alumni trustee. Launching his career as an NBC page in 1960, Buckley became president of Buckley Broadcasting following his father’s death in 1972. He went on to lead one of the nation’s last privately held radio companies for nearly 40 years. Buckley Radio owns New York City-based WOR Radio Network, which syndicates programs to more than 400 radio stations, and holds almost 20 other stations across the United States. To learn more about the Richard D. Buckley Memorial Fund for WVUM, call 305-284-2873 or go to www.miami.edu/rbuckley.
Jerome H. Weinkle, B.B.A. ’38, J.D. ’41
Frank H. Bueker, B.B.A. ’40
Roberta M. Cox, B.Ed. ’40
Laura G. Boggs, A.B. ’41
William H. Prusoff, B.S. ’41
Perry U. Fox, B.B.A. ’42
Ethel E. Glenn, B.Ed. ’43
Herman F. Tanaw, B.B.A. ’46
Leonard Caplin, B.B.A. ’47
Shelton D. Whittle, B.Ed. ’47
Elliott B. Wollman, B.Ed. ’47, M.A. ’48
Martin S. Forman, B.S. ’48, J.D. ’52
Jean B. Hughes, A.B. ’48
Edwyn E. Lewis, B.B.A. ’48
David P. Mann, B.B.A. ’48
Robert G. Belle, B.Ed. ’49
Louis B. Glass, A.B. ’49, M.S. ’51
Jack Neimark, B.B.A. ’49
Thomas J. Offerle, B.B.A. ’49
Jack G. Tuckfield, A.B. ’49
David Balog, B.B.A. ’50
James H. Brown, B.B.A. ’50
Richard E. Carlson, B.Ed. ’50
Joseph E. Carvin, A.B. ’50
William F. Fann Jr., J.D. ’50
John G. Ferguson, B.Ed. ’50
Jack M. Gale, A.B. ’50
Raymond A. Hackney, B.B.A. ’50
Bernard Hausman, B.B.A. ’50
James L. Mack, J.D. ’50
Edward S. Petraitis, B.S.M.E. ’50
Louis P. Privitere, B.B.A. ’50
John B. Probst, B.B.A. ’50
Sidney M. Robbins, J.D. ’50
Norman A. Sand, J.D. ’50
Samuel Smemo, B.Ed. ’50
William M. Williams, A.B. ’50
Robert J. Bergenholtz, B.B.A. ’51
Robert A. Couric, B.S.C.E. ’51
Betty N. McDonell, A.B. ’51
Benjamin T. Shuman, J.D. ’51
Anna F. Arnold, M.Ed. ’52
Joseph D. Clair, B.B.A. ’52
Rodger C. Derby, B.B.A. ’52
Henry D. Fragnoli, B.B.A. ’52
Walter E. Gwinn, J.D. ’52
Lawrence C. Keenan, B.Ed. ’52
James A. McCarty, A.B. ’52
Glenn W. Nordman, B.S.M.E. ’52
Charles D. Ray, M.S. ’52
Alfred D. Valzone, B.B.A. ’52, B.Ed. ’72
Lois P. Atkins, B.S.N. ’53
Patricia Fryer, B.Ed. ’53
Richard H. Judy, B.B.A. ’53
John L. McWhorter, J.D. ’53
Kenneth W. Pezoldt, J.D. ’53
Frederick E. Teichert, B.B.A. ’53
James E. Branch, A.B. ’54
John R. Camp, J.D. ’54
Guillermo O. Campo, B.S.A.E. ’54
Richard J. Greenburg, B.Ed. ’54, M.Ed. ’64
Wayne H. Keck, B.B.A. ’54
Lawrence A. McKenney, B.B.A. ’54
David M. Redstone, J.D. ’54
Matthew J. Soltysiak, J.D. ’54
Norman B. Koski, A.B. ’55
Lloyd Norris, B.S.M.E. ’55
John C. Peck, B.B.A. ’55
Richard F. Smith, B.B.A. ’55
Henry S. Tellam, B.B.A. ’55
Howard C. Wrubel, B.B.A. ’55, M.Ed. ’68
Martin J. Epstein, B.B.A. ’56
Neal L. Harrington, B.B.A. ’56
Phillip W. Knight, J.D. ’56
Harold P. Lucas, B.B.A. ’56
Alfredo P. Piccini, J.D. ’56
William E. Pressley, B.B.A. ’56
Claire J. Laughlin Simonet, M.A. ’56
William Wolar, B.B.A. ’56
John B. Brinson, M.D. ’57
Robert C. Dreyer, B.B.A. ’57
Jack T. Efseroff, B.B.A. ’57
Paul J. Hefti, B.Ed. ’57
Charley F. Hutchings, B.Ed. ’57
William E. Jollay, B.S.A.E. ’57
Katherine D. Prassas, B.Ed. ’57
William H. Stack, B.B.A. ’57
George C. Drivas, B.S.E.E. ’58
John B. Duerr, B.B.A. ’58
Elliott L. Freeman, B.S. ’58
Frank C. Granstra, B.S. ’58
Raymond A. McKeighan, B.Ed. ’58
Joseph G. Milstein, M.D. ’58
Nelson L. Newhouser, B.B.A. ’58
Paul R. Toomey, A.B. ’58
Barbara J. Bein, B.Ed. ’59
Betty B. England, M.Ed. ’59
William B. Garrard, B.B.A. ’59
Sheldon Gesensway, B.S. ’59
Joan M. Houser, B.Ed. ’59
William S. Klein, B.B.A. ’59
Fred J. Ullman, B.B.A. ’59
Donald J. Wallace, B.B.A. ’59
Robert K. Estes, J.D. ’60
Daniel H. James, J.D. ’60
Albert S. Koeze, B.B.A. ’60
Charles J. Pasek, J.D. ’60
Bettyjane K. Reiss, M.A. ’60
John A. Robinson, A.B. ’60
Richard W. Sieder, A.B. ’60
Robert L. Dykes, B.S.A.E. ’61
Louis J. Davidson, B.S.E.E. ’62
Larry L. Wellham, B.S. ’62, M.A. ’75
Barbara E. Ellis, B.Ed. ’63
Matthew J. Fitzsimmons, B.B.A. ’63
Robert E. Gaffney, B.B.A. ’63
Gretchen C. Rice, M.Ed. ’63
Duane L. Stauffer, B.S. ’63
Alan F. Bartol, B.B.A. ’64
Dorothy A. Fleeger, B.Ed. ’64
Donald G. Jayne, B.Ed. ’64
P. N. Petronella, J.D. ’64
Myron M. Stevens, J.D. ’64
Steve N. Xynidis, A.B. ’64
Samuel Blatt, B.B.A. ’65
Charles F. Cohagen, A.B. ’65
Jay L. Dodge, B.B.A. ’65
Daniel L. Garnsey, A.B. ’65
Joann F. Rosen, B.Ed. ’65,
Karl T. Seeley, B.Ed. ’65
William J. Skor, B.S. ’65, M.S. ’69
Harry J. Holden, B.B.A. ’66
Herbert H. Latal, B.Ed. ’66
John A. Sabol, B.S. ’66
Stanley R. Steele, B.B.A. ’66
Edward Clausner, M.S. ’67
Francis J. Lechiara, M.Ed. ’67, Ed.D. ’69
Kenneth A. Rothenberg, M.D. ’67
Michael R. McGuinn, B.B.A. ’68, M.B.A. ’69
Diane H. Penney, M.M. ’68
Neil J. Wilding, M.S. ’68
Guillermo J. Diaz, B.B.A. ’69
Barbara J. Graham, Ph.D. ’69
William R. Grier, A.B. ’69
Gail A. Howell, M.D. ’69
Marta R. Klovekorn, M.Ed. ’69, Ed.D. ’82
Ivan Matusek, A.B. ’69
Frances R. Ruff, B.S. ’69
Lawrence D. Sampson, A.B. ’69, M.S. ’72, Ph.D. ’76
Betty W. Schmidt, B.Ed. ’69, M.Ed. ’72
Iantha S. Whittaker, B.M. ’69
Heather G. Freeland, A.B. ’70
Craig F. Gorson, B.B.A. ’70
Gideon J. Kellermann, B.Arch. ’70, M.B.A. ’71
Michael Kouche, B.B.A. ’70, M.B.A. ’71
Fred G. Prichason, B.B.A. ’70, J.D. ’73
Samuel F. Schoninger, J.D. ’70
Minerva I. Applegate, B.S.N. ’71
Richard M. Avirett, A.B. ’71
Ruth W. Thomas, B.Ed. ’71
Philip C. Tracy, B.Ed. ’71
Julia L. Weinstein, M.Ed. ’71
Janie M. Adams, B.Ed. ’72
Helen T. Erstling, A.B. ’72, J.D. ’76
Leonard O. Eskey, B.S.C.E. ’72
Antoinette F. Gorrin, B.Ed. ’72
Byron R. Keller, A.B. ’72
David H. Lerner, B.M. ’72
Edward H. Webster, B.B.A. ’72
Paula H. Church, A.B. ’73
John P. Farrer, A.B. ’73
Kenneth H. Forrest, A.B. ’73
Michael J. Riley, B.Ed. ’73
Dennis P. Koehler, LL.M.O. ’74
Jorge A. Segarra, A.B. ’74, B.B.A. ’74
Furney E. Brown, Ed.D. ’75
Thomas E. Hesiak, Ed.D. ’76
Katharine W. Hoffman, B.Ed. ’76
Nikki J. Katzman, B.S. ’76
Debra L. Morse-Lundbeck, A.B. ’77
Joan C. Billingsley, B.S.N. ’78, M.B.A. ’88
Robert A. Romagna, J.D. ’78
Dennis R. Mann, B.B.A. ’80
Sylvia H. Rothfarb, Ph.D. ’80
Karen E. Shea-Chapman, B.S.N. ’80
David F. Slack, A.B. ’80
James J. Pokorney, B.S.Ed. ’82
Frances N. Koenig, M.B.A. ’83
Jay D. Smith, B.B.A. ’84
Laverne A. Farmer, M.B.A. ’85
Gail A. Heintz, B.S.N. ’85
Gloria M. Cabassa, M.A. ’87
George T. Green, J.D. ’87
David A. Parker, M.P.H. ’87
Eileen D. Gately, A.B. ’89
Brian E. Port, J.D. ’89
John S. Slack, M.A. ’89, Ph.D. ’95
Daniel B. Dalke, B.S. ’90, M.S.Ed. ’95
Edward King, B.B.A. ’90
Matthew W. Boggan, A.B. ’91
Stephan R. Sarenac, A.B. ’91, B.B.A. ’00
Christopher L. Fontes, B.S.C. ’92
Raymond M. Ranellucci, J.D. ’93
Thomas I. Scheetz, B.H.S. ’94, M.S.P.T. ’96
Lee J. Giddens, M.D. ’98
Donna G. Bird, LL.M.E. ’02
Michelle V. Eustache, B.S. ’02
Jackson J. Vandeberg, A.B. ’04
Johnny L. Holland, M.B.A. ’05
Kate A. Taylor, B.S.C. ’05
Emerson M. Kastenholz, A.B. ’10
*As of August 5, 2011
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