JASPER JOTTINGS Week 32 - 2009 Aug 09

Jasper Jottings - The achievement journal of my fellow Jaspers, the alumni of the Manhattan College



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POSITRACTION: Teen “called home” too soon


Police say LA teen tried to get money before death
Jul 28, 12:08 AM (ET)

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LOS ANGELES (AP) – The last hours of Lily Burk’s life were spent trying to get money for a kidnapper who finally beat the 17-year-old to death and left her body in her car in a downtown parking lot, police said Monday.

Burk was found dead Saturday in her black Volvo. A 50-year-old parolee, Charlie Samuel, was booked Sunday for investigation of murder after fingerprints in the car linked him to the killing, Deputy Chief Sergio Diaz said at a news conference.

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We know not the day, nor the hour.

All we can hope is that this teen has returned to the Creator’s House of Many Mansions.

When one looks at a horror, you have to look for the good in the Plan.

Hard to see.

But we should learn that actions have consequences. When dangerous men are allowed to roam, bad things will happen.

While we have no right to kill our fellow man, we have a right to hold people accountable for their actions.

Why don’t we do that?

Let’s start today.

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    * Posted on: Sun, Aug 2 2009 12:37 PM

JEmail: Coyne, Robert T. (MC1970) reports Veale, Sr. Miriam Dolores [MC1949 RIP]

Coyne, Robert T. (MC1970) sent you a message.
Subject: Sister Miriam Dolores Veale, CSJ Obituary
From The Long Island Catholic July 29, 2009 | Vol. 48, No. 17

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Sister Miriam Dolores Veale, CSJ

BRENTWOOD — Sister of St. Joseph Miriam Dolores Veale, who taught math at Sacred Heart Academy in Hempstead for many years, died July 18 in the 71st year of her religious life. She was 89.

She first came to Sacred Heart Academy from 1951-59 and returned in 1979, teaching math and serving as a grade advisor until 1993. After retiring from the classroom, she continued as a clerical assistant in the guidance office there until 2004.

She earned a bachelor’s degree from Manhattan College in 1949 and a master’s degree from St. John’s University in 1955.

Before coming to Sacred Heart, she taught in Brooklyn at Our Lady of Perpetual Help (1940-1942), Blessed Sacrament (1942-1949), St. Augustine (1949-1951), Queen of All Saints H.S. (1959-1964), Fontbonne Hall Academy (1964-1968), and St. Joseph Commercial H.S. (1968-1979).

Sister Miriam Dolores is survived by her sister, Sister of St. Joseph James Patrice, and her nieces and nephews.

A Mass of Christian Burial was offered for her in Sacred Heart Chapel here July 22; burial was in Calvary Cemetery here.

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[JR: Thanks, RTC70. Much appreciated.]

Veale, Sr. Miriam Dolores [MC1949 RIP]

[JR: Note this didn't show up anywhere in the automatic searches.]

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    * Posted on: Sun, Aug 2 2009 1:37 PM

JEmail: McEneney, Mike (MC1953) ids Pickett, Raymond [MC1952 RIP]

>JObit: Pickett, Raymond [MC1952 RIP]

Dear John,

   I believe that Ray is a member of the Class of 1952.

   May He Rest In Peace.


[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

Pickett, Raymond [MC1952 RIP]

McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

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    * Posted on: Sun, Aug 2 2009 2:37 PM

JEmail: Menchise, Louis (MC1987) reports discrepancy

From: Menchise, Louis (MC1987)
Date: August 2, 2009 1:27:46 PM EDT
To: Distribute_Jasper_Jottings-owner
Subject: Re: JASPER JOTTINGS Week 31 – 2009 August 02

My bio makes no sense! If anyone’s interested in reading it, please go to imdb.com. That’s where “they” got it – and screwed it up.

Louis Menchise

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[JR: Well, isn't it as long as the spelled your name right? LOL, fjohn68]

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    * Posted on: Sun, Aug 2 2009 6:18 PM

JEmail: O’Neill, Patrick J. (MC1988) no tourney O’Neill, James K. [MC1990 RIP]

Friends and Family of the James Keating O’Neill Foundation,

We have decided to not hold a golf outing this year. This was a difficult decision but felt that we could not sustain the event this year for a number of reasons including the current economic conditions and not having the minimum number of golfers the past few years. We hope to be back next year for the 10th Anniversary.

Over the past 9 years we have raised over $200,000 for the scholarship through the generosity of our friends and family. The first recipient of the James K. O’Neill ‘90 Memorial Scholarship, Kacey Henkin, graduated from Manhattan College this past May. We expect a new recipient to be awarded the scholarship later this Fall.

If you would like to make a donation to the scholarship fund you can use the link below. All donations are tax deductible.


Thank you for your continued support and we hope to see you again in 2010.

Pat O’Neill
JKO Foundation

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O’Neill, James K. [MC1990 RIP]

O’Neill, Patrick J. (MC1988)

[JR: Too bad. Maybe all the Jasper Jottings readers could help out.]

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    * Posted on: Mon, Aug 3 2009 11:48 AM

JEMail: Mangone, Mark (1977) opines about “when life begins”

Hello John,

You raised 2 issues in your endnote, Pretending Not to Know When Life Begins.

Addressing the 1st issue you raised as to when life begins, life began in the distant past. As an engineer (scientist), I believe the science shows that life is a continuous chain. This is the old chicken and egg dilemma. People obscure the continuity of life to justify murder for convenience.

The 2nd issue you raised is when the right to life begins, a more difficult question, both theological and philosophical, and probably beyond an engineer’s (like me) capability. The answer may well be different depending on whether one considers the answer in light of the 1st issue or totally separately.

This is just my 2 cents.


Mark Mangone

p.s. Keep up the good work.

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[JR: Yeah, us injineers tend to be very simplistic. Seems to me that life begins at conception. I think the Church Fathers had that right despite the level of knowledge they had at the time. As I said in my book 'CHURCH 10●19●62', "... and held the babies. They were immersed in joy holding the expression of God's love for his children. How could people kill these bundles of joy due to mere inconvenience?" I really believe that this has been a self-inflicted genocide. I came to this realization playing Wall Crowther's game, kill the bird and you can never get into the game at all. "We" may have killed the person who would have cured cancer, bought about world peace, or given us an understanding of universe. Sigh, we're so dumb.]

Mangone, Mark (1977)

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    * Posted on: Mon, Aug 3 2009 12:20 PM

JFound: Parrett, Daniel [MC1972] The March Group in CT


CORAL SPRINGS, Fla., August 3 — The March Group, a leading private mergers and acquisitions firm specializing in the sale of middle-market businesses, announces the opening of its U.S. Eastern Regional office in Connecticut.

The office will be headed by Senior Managing Director of Capital Markets Daniel Parrett, who will be responsible for managing all transactions within a 15-state region along the Eastern seaboard (excluding Florida).

Supporting Dan will be Vice President of Capital Markets Matthew Kneifl.

The team will work closely with The March Group’s existing dealmakers, managing transactions to further develop the M&A firm’s East Coast dealmaking capabilities.

Dan worked for Citigroup’s Middle Market Investment Bank as a Managing Director. He also held an executive position with CIGNA International and was a Senior Consultant at KPMG and Booz Allen.

He is well known for his dedication to his clients and his talent for building long-term relationships. Over the course of 23 years, he helped 400 business owners and CEOs of privately held businesses liquidate or grow their companies. He has been involved in successful transactions that total more than $1 billion.

Dan’s educational background includes a B.A. in mechanical engineering from Manhattan College and an M.B.A. from the New York University Graduate School of Business.

Dan joined The March Group on June 22, 2009, and reports to Executive Managing Director of Capital Markets Sara Sheldon.

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Parrett, Daniel [MC????]

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Dear John,

   I believe that Dan is a member of the Class of 1972.


[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated. ]

Parrett, Daniel [MC1972]

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    * Posted on: Mon, Aug 3 2009 4:25 PM
    * Updated: Wed, Aug 5 2009 9:15 AM

CARTOON: Jasperman returns! Breen, Jerry (MC1971)


To one and all: Everything old is new again! I’ve added a new page to my website ( at www.newbreen.com/jasperman.html ), which will eventually publish online my complete comic strip “Jasperman” as it appeared in the pages of the “Jasper Journal” at Manhattan College from 1966 to 1970! The first 3 episodes from October and November of 1966 are already posted. They are accompanied by explanations of obscure and cryptic references, as well as news notes about contemporaneous events both on campus and in the outside world. Just as is done when old movies are re-issued, each episode has been painstakingly digitally restored, either from the original artwork or the best surviving print. There are over 40 episodes altogether. Also included will be a couple of later episodes done for Manhattan College alumni publications, as well as a previously unpublished episode featuring New York Mayor John Lindsay from the spring of 1967. New episodes will be added every week or so, until “The Annotated Adventures of Jasperman” is complete. At that point, I plan to publish the collection in book form. I’ve been planning to do this for many years (over 20 years), but now online publishing and on-demand publishing technology has at last made it feasible. Yours in Jasper, Jerry Breen

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Breen, Jerry (MC1971)

[JR: And not a minute too soon.]

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    * Posted on: Tue, Aug 4 2009 8:15 AM

JObit: Finnerty, John J. [MC1979 RIP]


John Finnerty III

DOVER — John J. Finnerty, III of Three Rivers Farm died Thursday, July 30, 2009.

Jack was born March 23, 1957 in Rockville Centre, N.Y., the son of Arline and John J. Finnerty, Jr. He excelled in many sports and was an All American Basketball player in high school. He went on to Manhattan College, where he continued to play basketball and earned a degree in business science.

Jack had a very successful and enjoyable career as a salesman and manager in New York City for almost 20 years. He later moved to Dover, where he continued to work in sales and spend time with his family.

In recent years, he developed a passion for writing and contributed many articles to several online news sources, including the New York and London Times, The Onion and The Associated Press.

Jack is survived by his wife and college sweetheart, Jean and his daughter, Jacqueline, 21, who he was proud to see graduate from UNH in May. He loved them very much and they love and miss him.

He is also survived by his mother, Arline of Westport, Conn.; two sisters, Arline McGowan and her husband, Richard, of Westport, Conn., and Lillian Solomon and her husband, Bruce, of Ho-Ho-Kus, N.J.; and five nieces and eight nephews, who he loved very much.

Visiting hours will be Friday from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Tasker Funeral Home, 621 Central Ave., Dover. A prayer service will be held at 8 p.m.

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Finnerty,  John J. [MC???? RIP]  

Guestbook: http://tinyurl.com/n6fhe2

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Dear John,

   I believe that Jack is a member of the Class of 1979.

   May He Rest In Peace,


Finnerty,  John J. [MC1979 RIP]  

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    * Posted on: Tue, Aug 4 2009 9:28 AM
    * Updated: Wed, Aug 5 2009 9:15 AM

JFound: Reitsema, Robert [MC????]


Coffeebreak: Rob Reitsema
Author: admin

Robert Reitsema

It’s never been put any better than this: “I love my clients.” That may be why Robert Reitsema, senior account executive at Edith Roman, has never lost one.

But his success may also be due to the fact that he can handle just about anything. Need a mailing list? See Robert. Need a data overlay or a merge purge? Give him a call. Want to do an email append? He can help. And he’s especially good at finding cost savings—a skill much in demand these days.

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Robert got into direct marketing—indirectly. His dad was a civil engineer, and Robert spent his summers going out with surveying crews. He still has topographical maps he did as a teenager. He entered Manhattan College, hoping to become an engineer, but a marketing course inspired him to “be more creative.” He ended up taking degrees in marketing and business management.

He took a year off after graduating, tending bar and working in a pizzeria. Then he joined Edith Roman and began the familiar career path from “production person to junior salesperson to salesperson.” He adds: “We all love it here.”

Robert and his wife Evelyn live in Tappan, NY. They have been joined by their daughter Julie, who was born on May 22. Any pets? “My pets are a bunch of animals that live in my backyard—deer, squirrels, ground hogs, a fox, rabbits, raccoons and tons of birds,” Robert laughs.

Robert loves to spend time with his family. But he’s also writing and illustrating a children’s book, doing a cartoon book and writing a comedy.

He’s a busy guy. Does he want us to squeeze anything else in?

“Be deep ba deep ba deep, that’s all folks.”

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Reitsema, Robert [MC????]

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    * Posted on: Tue, Aug 4 2009 11:57 PM

MNews: New president settling in


New president settling in at Manhattan College
By Tyler Gund

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Manhattan College is now led by its first president who has not been ordained by the Catholic Church, Brennan O’Donnell.

Mr. O’Donnell replaces Brother Thomas Scanlan, who served as president of the college for 22 years. Brother Scanlan became a fixture of the Riverdale and Kingsbridge communities and worked with many community leaders in efforts to both raise and spend money at the school. During his tenure the school built new dormitories and a large, controversial parking structure, including a recently completed pedestrian bridge over Manhattan College Parkway.

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“Lassalian wisdom holds that education is a means through which we preserve ourselves,” Mr. O’Donnell said.

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[JR: Time will tell. Time will tell.]

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    * Posted on: Wed, Aug 5 2009 1:50 PM

JObit: St. Onge, Charles E. [MC???? RIP]


Charles E. St. Onge

Charles E. St. Onge, 94, formerly of Newton Avenue, Westerly, and late of Woodbridge, Conn., died July 26, 2009, in the Willows Care & Rehab. Center, Woodbridge. He was the widower of the late Margaret (Smith) St. Onge.

Born in Westerly, he was the son of the late Edmund C. and Elizabeth Irene (Murphy) St. Onge.

A graduate of Manhattan College, Charles received a master’s degree in education from Rhode Island College. He had been employed as a math teacher for many years at Westerly Junior High and a golf coach at Westerly Senior High School. He was also an avid golfer and an accomplished musician.

Surviving are three sons and daughters-in-law, Peter and Jacquie St. Onge of Woodbridge, Paul and Phyllis St. Onge of Haddonfield, N.J., Mark and Tracy St. Onge of Bethesda, Md.; one daughter, Ann St. Onge of Plymouth, Mass.; eight grandchildren; and one great-grandchild.

He was predeceased by a sister, Elizabeth (St. Onge) Sullivan.

Calling hours are omitted. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the Mass of Christian Burial to be celebrated Thursday, Aug. 6, at 10 a.m. in the Immaculate Conception Church, 111 High St., Westerly. Interment will be in St. Sebastian Cemetery, Westerly.

Family requests that in lieu of flowers, memorial donations in Charles’ memory be made to Connecticut Hospice, 100 Double Beach Road, Branford, CT 06405.

Gaffney-Dolan Funeral Home, 59 Spruce St., Westerly, is in charge of the arrangements.

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St. Onge, Charles E. [MC????]  

Guestbook: http://tinyurl.com/lvd5sb

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    * Posted on: Wed, Aug 5 2009 8:58 PM

JNews: Connolly, Mary T. [MC2009] gets MC in the press


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Mary T. Connolly, Marshfield High School Class of 2005, recently graduated magna cum laude from Manhattan College in New York City with a Bachelor of Arts degree in communications and Spanish. She received the medal for the highest honor in the School of Communications, was inducted into Epsilon Sigma Pi honor society, the highest scholastic honor society from the college, and was admitted into the Phi Beta Kappa honor society for both her junior and senior years. Mary plans to live and pursue a career in the news industry in New York City. She is the daughter of Gerry and Fran Connolly of Stonybrook Road in Marshfield.

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Connolly, Mary T. [MC2009]

[JR: Important to get MC's name in front of the prospective customers -- the rents! That's "parents" to you old foggies.]

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    * Posted on: Wed, Aug 5 2009 10:30 PM

JNews: O’Reilly, Genevieve [MC2009] the New Jersey Rose


Local grad in international contest
Genevieve O’Reilly
Not a beauty contest, the Rose of Tralee is all about personality;
By JoAnn Baker

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Hopatcong — Genevieve O’Reilly, daughter of Tom and Robin O’Reilly, was selected to represent New Jersey in the Rose of Tralee Festival in Ireland. O’Reilly is a 2004 graduate of Pope John XXIII High School who went on to Manhattan College to earn a bachelor’s degree in international studies. She is 22 years old.

As the New Jersey Rose, she will travel to Ireland and participate in the Rose of Tralee International Festival for ten days. She will compete against 49 other “Roses” for the title of Rose of Tralee, a competition which is televised in Ireland over two nights.

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O’Reilly takes ballet, likes to bike and is socially active. She’d like to return to school to pursue a graduate or law degree, but whatever she does she’d like it to include travel. She and her family have lived in Hopatcong for 21 years. Her father came to the United States in 1971 from Ireland to play Irish football and decided to stay. Her mom is from Minnesota and is a wee bit Irish herself. Genevieve has a brother named Paraic, who graduated from Pope John in June.

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O’Reilly, Genevieve [MC2009]

[JR: Wow, Jaspers have gotten much better looking than they were in my days on the Quad and in Fanny Farmer! I'd have never "gradiated" with all those distractions! In my day, MC was more like a monastery with frequent breakouts by the inmates!]

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    * Posted on: Thu, Aug 6 2009 7:04 AM

JNews: Bibeau, Pat [MC2011] does “fast golf”


Wednesday, August 5, 2009
It can pay off adding holes to their game

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STOW — In golf, there’s no fast break, no hurry-up or 2-minute drill. Save that stuff for basketball and football.

Yesterday, however, for players representing 38 golf clubs throughout the state, golf’s leisurely pace shifted into fast-forward at Stow Acres Country Club at the 17th Francis Ouimet Fund Golf Marathon.

Jeff Gloshinski, from Tatnuck Country Club, hit his first tee shot yesterday at 7 a.m. By 1 p.m., he was on his 93rd hole of the day, on his way to his goal of playing 125 holes.

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From Worcester Country Club, former St. John’s High golfer Pat Bibeau, 19, took a water break before he hit his tee shot on the 10th hole.

Said Bibeau, a sophomore golfer at Manhattan College, “I’m up to hole 135 on the day. I’m exhausted, and right now it’s all arms, but I always look forward to this. So many kids, including myself, benefit from the Ouimet Scholarship. It’s a lot of fun.”

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Bibeau, Pat [MC2011]

[JR: Or is that "doing golf fast"?]

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    * Posted on: Thu, Aug 6 2009 9:19 AM

JUpdate: Coyne, Robert T. (MC1970) retires

Coyne, Robert T. (MC1970)

Systems Programmer
County of Nassau
(retired as of June 30, 2009)

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    * Posted on: Thu, Aug 6 2009 4:27 PM

JNews: Hanley, Erika [MC2009] scores



Industry News


Erika Hanley, 2009 graduate in Environmental Engineering from Manhattan College in New York, received a $2000 Past Presidents’ Legacy scholarship from the …

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Hanley, Erika [MC2009]

[JR: Congrats. Anyone have the scoop?]

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    * Posted on: Thu, Aug 6 2009 9:12 PM

JObit: O’Leary, John Jack [MC1953 RIP]


John (Jack) O’Leary

John (Jack) O’Leary Nov. 4, 1931 ~ August 3, 2009 Surrounded by his family, Jack passed away after a long illness at the age of 77. He was born in New York City to Rose and Humphrey O’Leary and grew up on Long Island. He graduated from St. Ann’s High School in Manhattan and graduated Manhattan College, where he received a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering, and subsequently earned a Master’s Degree in Civil Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He entered Officers’ Candidate School for the United States Navy in 1953, was commissioned an Ensign, and served with distinction for twenty years as an officer in the Civil Engineer Corps. He served two tours of duty in Vietnam, first as Executive Officer of Military Construction Battalion (MCB)-133 and then as Commanding Officer of MCB-8. Upon retirement from the Navy in 1973 he joined Bechtel Power Corporation as a Project Manager overseeing various large construction projects throughout the United States until his retirement in 1996. He was the beloved husband of Emily O’Leary and loving farther of Denise (Kent Thiry) and the devoted grandfather of Matthew and Christina. A long-time resident of Marin County, he enjoyed many years of Stanford and 49′ers football, Giants baseball, the company of numerous friends, the Pacific Ocean and the beauty of this area. He was a man of profound faith, and will be missed by all. A funeral mass will be held on Monday, August 10, at 10 a.m. at St. Patrick’s Catholic Church in Larkspur with interment immediately following at Mt. Tamalpais Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, the family greatly appreciates gifts in his memory to Pathways Hospice Foundation, 585 North Mary Avenue, Sunnyvale, CA 94085. MOUNT TAMALPAIS MORTUARY & CEMETERY 2500 5TH AVE. SAN RAFAEL, CA 94901

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O’Leary, John Jack  [MC????]  

Guestbook: http://tinyurl.com/mq3ot5

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Dear John,

   I believe that Jack is a member of the great class of 1953.

   May He Rest In Peace.


[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated. ]

O’Leary, John Jack  [MC1953 RIP]

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    * Posted on: Fri, Aug 7 2009 9:07 AM
    * Updated: Sat, Aug 8 2009 10:09 AM

JEmail: McCarra-Fitzpatrick, MaryAnn (MC1989) shares Christening

Christening of Brendan Walsh Fitzpatrick
2 August 2009
Sts. Peter and Paul Church
Fleetwood, Mount Vernon, New York
Msgr. Thomas F. Scanlon


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McCarra-Fitzpatrick, MaryAnn (MC1989)

[JR: Neat. Congrats. Mom's do all the work. And, I think this is the first Christening video shared on Jottings. Very happy. Thanks for sharing it. Nothing joyous events to make old Jaspers happy. Unless it's beauty contest videos. Or a pint of adult refreshment. Mazel Tov.]

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    * Posted on: Fri, Aug 7 2009 10:33 AM

JFound: Coyne, Chris (MC????) cowrites book



WVU professor takes an economist’s look at free media

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A West Virginia University professor has just published “Media, Development, and Institutional Change,” a book that investigates the media’s critical role in institutional change and economic development.

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Before coming to WVU, Coyne was assistant professor of economics at Hampden-Sydney College. He earned a doctoral and master’s degree from Economics, George Mason University and a bachelor’s degree from Manhattan College.

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Coyne, Chris (MC????)

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    * Posted on: Sat, Aug 8 2009 8:01 AM

Comment on JObit: Finnerty, John J. [MC1979 RIP]

By Jean Finnerty

My daughter and I thank you very much for your thoughts and prayers for Jack. He was a proud member of the class of 1979.

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    * Posted on: Wed, Aug 5 2009 5:32 PM

ENDNOTE: Read the bills? Are you nuts!


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Congressman John Conyers made this remarkable statement regarding reading a bill before voting on it?

   “I love these members, they get up and say, ‘Read the bill,’” said Conyers.

   “What good is reading the bill if it’s a thousand pages and you don’t have two days and two lawyers to find out what it means after you read the bill?”

Here’s the video: Why would I read health care bill John Conyers. These people are paid $169,300 a year and they are voting on legislation that will alter 1/6 of the American economy and they don’t know what they are voting on? Who demanded that this be done in two days? Nancy Pelosi and Barack Obama. If it takes them six months to read the bill, then TAKE THE SIX MONTHS!!! We wonder why there is so much government waste and fraud? It’s really quite simple. All the crooks and lobbyists are reading the bill very carefully, every page, probably 2-3 times. Why? Because as soon as it is passed they will know exactly where all the loopholes are, where the best opportunities for fraud are, so that they can rip off the taxpayers for billions, while Congress says, oh well, we better make the program bigger and put in more regulations and enforcement.

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“Read the Bills”, “One Subject at a Time”, “Write the Laws”, “Enumerated Powers Act”, ” End the Inflation Tax” are all DOwnSizeDC dot ORG campaigns.

You’ll note that “Reinke Faces Life” was the fifth blog to come out and support their efforts.

Time to get gooferment cut down to size.

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    * Posted on: Sat, Aug 8 2009 6:37 PM

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"Bon courage a vous tous"

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