Leon R. Noe, B.B.A. ’52, a pilot, a founder of marketing publication companies, and an Army veteran who served as a paratrooper, recently gave $100,000 to Embry- Riddle Aeronautical University to support returning servicemen and women seeking a degree and senior-level students who need financial help to continue studying.
Robert Henin, B.S. ’53, a retired U.S. Army captain wounded three times in World War II, owns and directs a medical laboratory, is a world traveler, and is in The Guinness Book of World Records for having the largest collection of international hotel baggage labels. Author of the novel One Joy=Two Sorrows, he lectures at UM’s Osher Lifelong Learning Institute.
Charles J. Duey, B.Ed. ’54, wrote the novel Trying to Be Religious in the Best of All Possible Worlds, based on his experiences during 16 years as a student and missionary.
Ferdie Pacheco, M.D. ’58, designed an artistic rendition of Mahatma Gandhi for the United Nations Postal Administration’s New York definitive stamp issued October 2, 2009, in honor of the International Day of Non-Violence.
William J. “Bill” Keppler, B.S. ’59, received an honorary doctorate from the National College of Natural Medicine in Portland, Oregon, where he previously served as president.
Mike Z. Brenan, B.B.A. ’60, married Rory Armstrong last April and retired after 42 years as a financial advisor and 26 years as a securities arbitrator for NYSA-NASD.
Kirk McDonald, J.D. ’60, of Gainesville, Florida, retired after a successful career in the Coral Gables law firm of Turner, Hendrick, Fascell, Guilford and McDonald. Before retiring, he was an adjunct professor for trial techniques at the UM School of Law. He and his wife, Gloria, recently celebrated 57 years of marriage.
Noel E.A. Baker, A.B. ’62, is CEO of You and I Design Inc., which consults and designs hospitality projects.
Bennett H. Brummer, A.B. ’62, J.D. ’65, received the 2009 Kiwanis Club of Biscayne Bay’s “Citizen of the Year” Award for his work to preserve civil rights and liberties.
Phil Sills, A.B. ’62, a retired Madison Avenue advertising executive, recently published his first novel, a mystery, titled Ghosts of Sackett Lake. Sills also lectures and produces documentaries. He and his wife look forward to attending his 50th Class Reunion in 2012.
Peter Steiner, A.B. ’62, had his third novel, The Terrorist, published by Saint Martin’s Press, 2010. Before writing novels he taught German at Dickinson College and then spent 25 years as a cartoonist for The New Yorker, which published around 400 of his cartoons, including the famous “On the Internet, nobody knows you’re a dog.”
Harvey S. Wachman, A.B. ’64, an alumnus brother of the Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity, Tau Xi Chapter, continues to connect locally with other members and friends from his UM days.
Ron Schneider, B.B.A. ’65, former business manager for the Rolling Stones, runs the iPhone mobile applications firm Ironic Apps.
Josephine Johnson, M.A. ’67, UM professor emerita and Yeats scholar, endowed the Josephine Johnson Poetry Series, launched this year by UM Libraries to highlight British poetry, performance, criticism, and research. She also donated her papers and significant materials on William Butler Yeats and his circle to the Otto G. Richter Library.
J. David Nemeth, B.B.A. ’68, of Cherry Hill, New Jersey, was included in the Workers Compensation Law category for The Best Lawyers in America 2009.
Aida T. Levitan, A.B. ’69, president of The Levitan Group and Artes Miami, was named chair of the Aetna Miami Advisory Council and appointed to the Commission to Study the Potential Creation of a National Museum of the American Latino in Washington, D.C. She is also on the board of trustees for the Miami Art Museum, the Spanish Cultural Center, and the Latin Chamber of Commerce of Miami and recently edited a collection of poems by Miami Hispanic writers.
Laurel Rosenbluth, A.B. ’69, a senior vice president of Manhattan real estate brokerage Gumley Haft Kleier and member of the Real Estate Board of New York, appeared on the HGTV series Selling New York.
Sam Ballam, B.B.A. ’72, swam in the 30th annual, one-mile, open ocean race in Ocean City, New Jersey, finishing his first ocean race in 29 minutes, 54 seconds.
Neil Eichelbaum, M.Ed. ’72, a South Florida social studies teacher, was named “Educator of the Year” in 2009 by the Holocaust Documentation and Education Center in Hollywood, Florida, for his documentary Dachau: Two Perspectives, which preserves the historic testimony of a survivor and a liberator of the World War II Dachau Concentration Camp in Nazi Germany.
Bill Catlette, B.B.A. ’73, a human resources consultant, is co-author of Contented Cows Give Better Milk: The Truth about Employee Relations and Your Bottom Line and Contented Cows Moove Faster.
Richard V. Margolius, J.D. ’73, also known as “Ric Zweig,” is donating all proceeds from his fourth CD, Running Out of Time, to the American Cancer Society.
Gary Steinman, M.D./Ph.D. ’73, ob-gyn and assistant clinical professor at Yeshiva University’s Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York, is co-author of Womb Mates, A Modern Guide to Fertility and Twinning. He discussed twinning on National Geographic TV in 2009.
William “Bill” Kane, M.B.A. ’75, was elected president and CEO of Brookhaven Bank, Atlanta, Georgia. Laurence Kaptain, M.M. ’75, was named dean of the Louisiana State University College of Music and Dramatic Arts.
Linda Slavin-Laguna, B.Ed. ’75, and her husband report that their daughter Lauren Laguna is in the School of Nursing and Health Studies at UM, where both her parents and grandparents met.
Leo “Lee” Fallon, M.B.A. ’76, Ph.D. ’84, a past president of the Florida Pharmacy Association, received the Jean Lamberti Mentorship Award and James H. Beal Award for pharmacist of the year at the association’s 2009 meeting.
Russ Venti, B.B.A. ’76, of San Diego, California, was named the AuxCHEF Division chief, National Department of Personnel, U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary.
Tim Bringardner, B.S. ’77, Dave Fritts, A.B. ’77, Vinny Pavese, B.B.A. ’77, and Bob Zimmer, B.B.A. ’77, met for a weekend of fishing last July in Sea Isle City, New Jersey, and plan to reunite again this summer in St. Augustine, Florida.
Stanley M. Perlman, M.D. ’79, a microbiology professor at the University of Iowa, was elected to fellowship in the American Academy of Microbiology.
Roderic I. Pettigrew, M.D./Ph.D. ’79, director of the National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering (NBIB), was elected in 2010 to the National Academy of Engineering (NAE). He was recognized for the use of MRI in human blood-flow studies and leading advancements in bioengineering research and education as the initial director of NBIB. Pettigrew is the only NIH community member elected to both the NAE and, in 2007, the Institute of Medicine.
Brian Gart, A.B. ’80, J.D. ’83, a shareholder with Berger Singerman, was on a panel titled “Committee Solicitation Issues: the Problems, the Rules and the Enforcers” at an American Bar Association Business Bankruptcy Committee meeting last year.
Herminio F. González, B.S.C.E. ’80, director of Miami-Dade County Building Code Compliance, was reinstated to a four-year term as commissioner to the Florida Building Commission.
Jane Robles, B.S.N. ’80, published “The Effect of the Electronic Medical Record on Nurses’ Work,” in the journal Creative Nursing in 2009.
Tom Kodadek, B.S. ’81, a Scripps Florida Institute chemistry and cancer biology professor, is being funded by Opko Health to develop a technology that could result in early detection of diseases such as Alzheimer’s and lung cancer.
Andrew J. Krause, LL.M.E. ’81, a partner in the Naples, Florida, office of Hahn Loeser & Parks LLP, is on the board of directors for Avow Hospice in Cleveland, Ohio.
Orlando Jacinto Garcia, M.M. ’82, D.M.A. ’85, a Florida International University music professor, was nominated for a 2009 Latin Grammy Award in the Best Classical Contemporary Composition category for his work “cuatro asimetrias” (“four asymmetries”).
Gordon Murray, A.B. ’82, J.D. ’85, received The Florida Bar President’s Pro Bono Service Award for 2010 from the 11th Judicial Circuit.
Steven T. Mindlin, J.D. ’83, and his family celebrated their youngest daughter’s bat mitzvah and oldest daughter’s confirmation. In addition to singing with the Tallahassee Community Chorus, Tallahassee Symphony Orchestra Chorus, and Temple Israel Choir, Mindlin is treasurer of Big Bend Hospice and first vice president/president-elect of his temple.
Catherine B. Parker, J.D. ’83, was promoted to senior attorney at the Department of Veterans Affairs regional office in Washington, D.C.
Craig Baskin, A.B. ’84, a U.S. Masters long distance, open water swimmer and an artist who creates paintings using colors recalled from his swimming experiences, donates some of his artwork to fundraisers for Special Olympics and other charities that help the physically and mentally challenged.
Lisa A. Conti, B.S. ’84, director of the Florida Department of Health’s Division of Environmental Health, co-authored the book Human-Animal Medicine: Clinical Approaches to Zoonoses, Toxicants and Other Shared Health Risks (2009).
Seth C. Wexler, M.M. ’84, a teacher at North Broward Preparatory School and Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp in Michigan, taught drum circle and percussion classes, and led the percussion ensemble at the Meritas Fine Arts Festival at Disney’s Wide World of Sports.
Rose Mann, A.B. ’85, was hired as assistant dean of development at the University of Miami’s Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science.
Mari Gallet, B.B.A. ’87, is the executive director of the Business Improvement District of Coral Gables.
David Scharlin, J.D. ’87, is executive producer of Echoes of the Holocaust. The documentary about survivors who are docents at the Holocaust Memorial of Miami Beach aired last year on a South Florida PBS affiliate.
Christopher Scherer, B.M. ’87, editor of Radio magazine, was elevated to fellow, the highest member level in the Society of Broadcast Engineers.
Maria Pena, M.S.N. ’88, is partowner of American Therapeutics, LLC, a dialysis and apheresis provider in South Florida.
Myron Nettinga, B.M. ’89, 12-time Academy Award nominee and winner of the Oscar for sound in Black Hawk Down, lectured and conducted workshops at UM last fall.
Roland Sanchez-Medina Jr., B.B.A. ’89, was named president of the Cuban American Bar Association Foundation, Inc., a nonprofit dedicated to awarding scholarships to Hispanic students.
Don Lewis, M.S. ’90, of Seattle, Washington, launched the IT consulting firm Strategic Intersect.
Carlos J. Martinez, J.D. ’90, the Miami-Dade Public Defender, received the James E. Scott Community Association Public Leadership Award.
Brenda Ann Kenneally, B.S.C. ’91, received a Canon Female Journalist Award, a Getty Images Grant for Editorial Photography, and World Press Photo’s first prize for stories about daily life for her photo essay “Upstate Girls.”
Thomas Westberg, B.Arch. ’92, is director of business development and Daniel Castro, B.Arch. ’95, is senior designer with the international architecture and planning firm the Lessard Group, in Washington, D.C.
Patrick J. Dwyer, M.B.A. ’93, a first vice president and managing partner for Merrill Lynch’s Private Wealth Services Division in Miami, made the Barron’s list of “America’s Top 100 Financial Advisors.” Before that, Dwyer, who lives in Key Biscayne with his wife and four children, made the magazine’s list of “America’s Top 1,000 Advisors: State-by-State.”
Scott Hallgren, B.A.M. ’93, was among the featured composers who shared their approach to creating music for film during the Sacred Space concert series “Score_Underscore!” program in Nashville, Tennessee.
Angela Ciocca, A.B. ’94, M.S.Ed. ’96, and brother Marco Ciocca, J.D. ’04, opened La Prima Casa Montessori school, with two campuses in Miami.
Benjamin Kurten, A.B. ’94, of the law firm Quarles & Brady, was included in The Best Lawyers in America, 2010 edition.
Adam James Ball, B.S. ’95, M.D. ’99, performs robotic surgery for prostate and kidney cancers with the daVinci robotic system. He and Cristina S. Ramirez-Ball, A.B. ’95, M.S.Ed. ’97, have two children, Caroline and Ethan.
Ann Levine, B.S.C. ’96, J.D. ’99, a law school admission consultant and owner of LawSchoolExpert.com, wrote The Law School Admission Game: Play Like an Expert.
Renata Calderaro, A.B. ’97, J.D. ’01, is a principal in The Calderaro Law Group, a law firm in Miami specializing in immigration matters.
Abigail Montjoy-Pollak, LL.M.C.L. ’97, was appointed by President Barack Obama to the 23- member Commission to Study the Potential Creation of a National Museum of the American Latino in Washington, D.C.
Michael Mundaca, LL.M.T. ’97, was appointed assistant secretary for tax policy for the U.S. Department of the Treasury.
Paul Amelchenko, B.S.C. ’98, and photojournalist Stacey (Spalter) Brandon, B.S.C. ’00, collaborated on the 2009 book Children’s Letters to Dog, a collection of letters schoolchildren wrote to dogs who Brandon had photographed at the local Humane Society. Gregg Brandon, B.B.A. ’98, Stacey’s husband, is vice president and general counsel of South Florida-based Collegiate Images, LLC.
J. Anthony Bradley, LL.M.T. ’98, and wife Christy announce the birth of their daughter, Hannah Grace.
Ellison Edroy Greenslade, M.B.A. ’98, of Nassau, Bahamas, was appointed commissioner of police for the Royal Bahamas Police Force.
Ligia M. Houben, A.B. ’98, a life transitions coach and consultant, certified grief counselor, and founder of My Meaningful Life, LLC, published Transform Your Loss: Your Guide to Strength and Hope in 2009.
Ronnie Khalil, B.B.A. ’98, M.B.A. ’00, an L.A.-based stand-up comedian who often performs in the Middle East, launched the Middle Eastern Comedy Festival in Los Angeles last September and presents the second annual event this October.
Hal Skinner, M.P.H. ’98, an epidemiologist specializing in molecular and analytic technological methods used for understanding genetic and environmental factors of disease and health, was named lead consultant for a global engineering and scientific consulting firm in Indianapolis, Indiana.
Cassandra Wimes, A.B. ’98, M.S.Ed. ’00, received her Ph.D. in counseling and school psychology from Florida State University.
Charles P. Buscemi, B.S.N. ’99, M.S.N. ’01, Ph.D. ’05, is an assistant professor at Florida International University College of Nursing and Health Sciences. His research includes pressure ulcer care and caregiver burden.
Fred Hernandez, M.B.A. ’99, is infrastructure manager in India for Agilent Technologies, Inc., where he was previously manager for the Americas.
David Serrano, B.S. ’99, is an assistant professor of biological sciences at Broward College in Davie, Florida.
Anne C. Sullivan, A.B. ’99, J.D. ’04, of Gaebe, Mullen, Antonelli & DiMatteo, profiled Florida Supreme Court Justice Jorge Labarga for a 2009 article in the Florida Bar Appellate Practice Section’s publication, The Record.
Erica James, B.S. ’00, M.D. ’04, is studying health law at Case Western Reserve University School of Law and was a summer associate at Tucker Ellis and West LLP in Cleveland, Ohio.
Jordan McAuley, B.S.C. ’00, ContactAnyCelebrity. com founder, has written the 2010 book Celebrity Leverage: Insider Secrets to Getting Celebrity Endorsements, Instant Credibility, and Star-Powered Publicity.
Frank Artiles, LL.M.P. ’01, a veteran of Operation Iraqi Freedom with the U.S. Marines, is running for Florida State Representative for District 119.
Nicolas DeGrazia, B.F.A. ’01, and Daniel Kullman, B.S.C. ’01, shot documentaries in Angola and Haiti. Their company, Bitter Jester Creative Inc., won seven 2009 Telly Awards for documentary productions.
Christine A. Gudaitis, J.D. ’01, a partner with Ver Ploeg & Lumpkin, P.A., was named president of the Miami-Dade Public Library Foundation for a one-year term.
Jonathan Gottlieb, M.D. ’02, joined the Miller School of Medicine’s Department of Orthopaedics as an assistant professor in the Division of Spinal Surgery last year.
Emily S. Pan, B.B.A. ’02, J.D. ’05, an attorney specializing in estate planning and estate and trust administration, is on the board of directors for Cincinnati Area Senior Services and St. Joseph Home of Cincinnati.
Mitsuhiro Miyabe, M.B.A. ’03, was promoted to commercial director at Ricoh Latin America, Inc.
Joe Werner, J.D. ’03, opened Werner Law, a criminal defense, nonprofit transactions, and health care fraud practice in Nashville, Tennessee.
Bruce Bharat, B.S.E.E. ’04, was named an M2M Pioneer of Change by M2M Magazine, for his work as director of marketing for Elster AMCO Water Group.
Tomeka C. Napper, B.M. ’04, received a master’s degree in entertainment business from Full Sail University.
Kirk Wiles, B.B.A. ’04, opened Paradise Springs Winery, Fairfax County’s first winery, in Clifton, Virginia, with his mother, Jane Kincheloe.
Kyle Patrick Alvarez, B.S.C. ’05, wrote and directed his first featurelength film, winning the Independent Spirit “Someone to Watch” award. Easier with Practice took the top jury prize at the CineVegas and Edinburgh film festivals.
Amanda (Sullivan) Behnke, B.Arch. ’05, and Paul Behnke, A.B. ’05, were married in San Diego, California, on October 10, 2007.
Lars Soreide, B.B.A. ’05, founded Soreide Law Group in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, with his brother, business manager Leif Soreide, B.B.A. ’01, M.B.A. ’02. The practice specializes in securities fraud cases.
Steve Danyew, B.M. ’06, whose “On Green Mountains” debuted last spring with the Orlando Chorale, won the 2009 Delaware Valley Chorale Young Composers Competition and Octarium Composition Competition in Kansas City, Missouri.
Paola A. Sanchez, B.S.C. ’06, is marketing manager for media company U.S. Media Consulting.
Cristina Lopez del Castillo, B.S.B.E. ’07, teaches physics, engineering, and earth science at the Women’s Academy of Excellence in Bronx, New York.
Glenn A. Mueller, B.B.A. ’07, and Theresa Lynn Muzzillo, B.B.A. ’07, were married last August in Michigan. They live in New York City, where Muzzillo works at Morgan Stanley and Mueller at BlueMountain Capital Management, LLC.
Jonathan Costello, B.S.C.P.E. ’08, and Nicolas Vautier, B.S.C.P.E. ’08, developed a mobile phone application that shows the number of available parking spots at UM’s on-campus garages, tracks the Hurry ’Canes shuttles, and offers Metrorail times.
R. Scott Nuzum, J.D. ’08, and Sara Gonzalez-Rothi, J.D. ’09, received the UM Leonard and Jayne Abess Center for Ecosystem Science and Policy’s Everglades Foundation Congressional Fellowships in Washington, D.C. Nuzum is at the Council on Environmental Quality and Gonzalez-Rothi is working with Florida Senator Bill Nelson’s deputy legislative director and Everglades staffer.
Rodolfo Saccoman, M.B.A. ’08, was on ABC’s Shark Tank to secure a deal for the expansion of MyTherapyJournal.com, an alternative to traditional therapy he launched with his brother.
Allison Perez, J.D. ’09, a new associate with Lowndes, Doster, Kantor, and Reed, P.A., in Orlando, was sworn into the Florida Bar last October.
Corey Walton, B.S.M.A.S. ’09, won the National Weather Association’s Meteorology Satellite Applications Award grant and presented “An Analysis of Tropical Cyclone Intensity Estimates of the Advanced Microwave Sounding Unit, 2005-2008” at NWA’s 34th annual meeting.
Justice on the Court
From fighting pornography in the 1970s to establishing one of the nation’s first domestic violence courts in the 1990s, the legal career of Leonard Rivkind, B.B.A. ’50, J.D. ’54, LL.M. ’71, has a lasting legacy in South Florida’s judicial system. A U.S. Army sergeant during World War II, Rivkind enrolled at UM after an honorable discharge and became a prominent attorney in Miami Beach. By 1975 he was a Dade Circuit Court judge. Retiring after more than 20 years on the bench, four as chief judge, Rivkind remained committed to justice, serving as a mediator and senior judge, among other legal positions. He died on November 14, 2009 at age 83.
Gridiron Golden Boy
Russell Gordon Malloy Jr., B.Ed. ’55—captain of UM’s 1954 football team, 1978 UM Sports Hall of Fame inductee, Iron Arrow member, and Georgia Sports Hall of Fame nominee— died in Atlanta on April 1, 2010. He was 79. In 1955 the Detroit Lions drafted Malloy, the NFL’s 39th overall pick. He went on to serve as a Southeastern Conference football official, an assistant coach at UM, and a volunteer youth league coach. Malloy, a loyal Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity brother, also stayed active in the Atlanta Area UM Alumni Association and Hurricane Club and on the board of directors for the downtown Atlanta YMCA Men’s Health Club and S.E. Traveling Salesmen’s Association. Malloy’s family asks that any donations in his name be made to the University of Miami scholarship fund or Hospice Atlanta.
Jewell H. Soar, B.Arch. ’32
Martha D. Timanus A.B. ’40, B.Ed. ’55
Charles C. Baake, B.B.A. ’42
Julia A. Lincoln, A.B. ’42
William B. Weaver, A.B. ’42
Jeanne Ablon, A.B. ’44
Amos Johnson, B.B.A. ’47
Carl F. Paulsen, B.B.A. ’47
Sarino R. Costanzo, B.B.A. ’48, J.D. ’50
Robert E. Henshaw, A.B. ’48
Edward R. Injaychock, B.Ed. ’48
Paul J. Safer, B.B.A. ’48
William V. Vickery, B.B.A. ’48
Walter E. Collier, A.B. ’49
James R. Hutchings, B.B.A. ’49
Elaine S. Labbie, A.B. ’49
Sheldon A. Leon, A.B. ’49
Bertley Sager, J.D. ’49
Jerome H. Kaplan, B.B.A. ’50
Edward G. Krenkel, B.B.A. ’50
Dorothy J. Lancaster, A.B. ’50, M.Ed. ’67
David Levine, J.D. ’50
Donald C. Pette, B.S.E.E. ’50
Sam Sandler, B.B.A. ’50
Sheldon H. Schreiber, B.B.A. ’50
William R. Schwartz, A.B. ’50
Charles H. Sizer, B.S. ’50
Seymour Lowy, B.B.A. ’51
Charles H. Peterson, B.B.A. ’51
John K. Smith, B.B.A. ’51
Robert C. Squire, B.S. ’51
William W. Stevens, B.B.A. ’51
Leah B. Buchanan, B.S. ’52
Johnson E. Davis, J.D. ’52
Kenneth M. Duffey, B.S.C.E. ’52
Colleen S. Lamacchia, B.Ed. ’52, M.Ed. ’77
Charles J. Pulizzi, B.Ed. ’52, M.Ed. ’58
Patricia A. Suiter, A.B. ’52, M.Ed. ’67
Wilbur R. Carmichael, B.S.I.E. ’53
Max J. Blasko, B.B.A. ’54
George H. Butler, J.D. ’54
Gerald M. Dwyer, B.M. ’54
Kenneth N. Eward, B.B.A. ’55
Russell J. McGraw, B.B.A. ’55
Walter M. Payne, B.B.A. ’55
Herbert H. Pohl, B.B.A. ’55
Thomas E. Adams, B.S.E.E. ’56
Edna G. Boggs, B.Ed. ’56
Thomas J. Durrence, B.S.A.E. ’56
William T. Golden, B.B.A. ’56
Chester A. Krellenstein, B.B.A. ’56
Joseph L. Rick, B.B.A. ’56
Roger H. Staley, J.D. ’56
Henry Shaw, A.B. ’57
Robert C. White, M.D. ’57
Ivan H. Graubert, B.S.I.E. ’58
Roger G. Koeval, B.Ed. ’58
Sherwin S. Pohl, B.B.A. ’58
John G. Fletcher, A.B. ’59
David B. Horensten, B.B.A. ’59
Orman L. Kitchens, B.B.A. ’59
Bettie L. McCollum, A.B. ’59, M.Ed. ’68
Chester A. Beck, M.Ed. ’60
John F. Hayes, B.B.A. ’60
Betty S. Shkoler, M.Ed. ’60
William T. Bacon, B.B.A. ’61
Lynda Q. Feiler, A.B. ’61
Kemper W. McCue, M.S. ’61
Paul J. Straub, M.D. ’61
Luis E. Herrera, M.S. ’62
William H. Hetfield, A.B. ’62
David K. Olsson, B.B.A. ’62
Philip D. Sweetland, B.B.A. ’63
Samuel G. Mersel, B.B.A. ’64
Shirley C. Powers, B.Ed. ’64
Richard S. Materson, M.D. ’65
Charles H. Powers, A.B. ’65
Eileen G. Breier, B.Ed. ’66, M.Ed. ’75, J.D. ’88
Gale L. Joh, B.B.A. ’66
Jane T. Johnston, A.B. ’66
Thomas M. Carney, J.D. ’67
Nathalie L. Hughes, M.A. ’67, J.D. ’80
Marjorie L. Murray, B.Ed. ’67, M.Ed. ’73
Joy L. Rhodes, B.Ed. ’67
Merle G. Schiff, B.Ed. ’67
Anita M. H. Knowles, B.Ed. ’68
Helen D. Donnell, M.A. ’69
Maxine T. Letendre, B.M. ’69
Robert J. Montano, A.B. ’69
Chloe M. Sargent, M.Ed. ’69
Evangelina F. Draschner, C.T.P. ’70
Marjorie F. Eskenas, M.Ed. ’70
Robert W. Stolp, J.D. ’70
Terry E. Merkin, M.D. ’71
Kenneth W. Riley, B.Ed. ’71
Michael E. Stepina, B.B.A. ’71
Marilyn B. Givens, M.Ed. ’72
Jo Anne K. Hecker, A.B. ’72, M.Ed. ’73
James J. Lyle, A.B. ’72
Antonio F. Alentado, B.B.A. ’73
Martha M. Keaton, B.B.A. ’74
Michael A. Voigt, J.D. ’74
Jose M. Angueira, C.L.P. ’75
Thomas M. McBride, B.B.A. ’77
Erling R. Krosby, M.C.L. ’78
Gail A. Orso, B.Ed. ’78
Linda R. Pippenger, B.B.A. ’78
Ronald W. Weitz, M.B.A. ’79
Shelley Mann, B.F.A. ’80
Kevin B. Bradshaw, B.M. ’81
Daniel S. Simons, J.D. ’82
Jack Peicher, M.D. ’83
William L. Spare, M.B.A. ’83
Bruce A. Chaimowitz, B.B.A. ’85, J.D. ’88
Ian N. Osborne, M.B.A. ’85
Robert A. Rosillo, LL.M.R. ’86
Nelio B. Barros, M.S. ’87, Ph.D. ’94
Jeffrey Knapp, M.A. ’87
James E. Smith, M.D./Ph.D. ’87
Michael H. Curry, B.M. ’89
Jacquin D. Bierman, M.S.Ed. ’94
Jeffrey J. Ortiz, M.B.A. ’96
Liana M. Simon, A.B. ’98, M.S.Ed. ’99
Philip J. Schmidt, B.S. ’01
Aiman D. Hamdallah, A.B. ’03
Matthew D. Winthrop, M.F.A. ’04
Diana N. DeMayo, B.S.C. ’09
*As of April 11, 2010
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