JASPER JOTTINGS Week 06 - 2013 February 10    

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



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POSITRACTION: Nick Derba ’07 Returns as Assistant for Manhattan Baseball



Nick Derba ’07 Returns as Assistant for Manhattan Baseball

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RIVERDALE, N.Y. - The Manhattan baseball program welcomes back former Jasper standout Nick Derba '07 who joins the team as a volunteer assistant coach for the 2013 campaign. Derba was a three-time First Team All-MAAC selection during his career from 2004-2007 before going on to play six seasons of professional baseball within the St. Louis Cardinals organization.

"I am very fortunate to have the opportunity to begin my coaching career in the presence of a winning coaching staff and a group of winning players," said Derba. "It is only that much sweeter that I can begin my coaching career in the same uniform I wore as a student-athlete."

Derba was selected by the Cardinals in the 30th round of the 2007 Major League Baseball Draft and climbed the minor league ranks during his professional career. He spent the majority of his career playing for the Double-A affiliate Springfield Cardinals and was promoted to the Triple-A Memphis Redbirds. Derba played in 368 games in the minors, recording 217 hits and 103 RBI, while also scoring 120 runs.

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[JR: There is something about this story that makes me wish I could go back to campus and make a significant contribution to Alma Mater.]

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JHQ: Koch, Ed [MC1984 HON RIP]

Manhattan College mourns the loss of former mayor Ed Koch, who was the keynote speaker and first New York City mayor to receive an honorary degree from MC at the May 1984 Commencement.

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Koch, Ed [MC1984 HON RIP]

[JR: Always knew he had a bit of Irish in him.]

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JHQ: Path covered and blue lights



Path to LEO and RLC Will Remain Open with Enhanced Security
For our students traveling between the north and south campuses, protective sidewalk sheds have been erected along Waldo Avenue and Irwin Avenue adjoining the project site.
 A protective sidewalk shed covers the path to Leo Engineering and RLC.  The pedestrian path will remain open 24/7 for the duration of construction on the student commons, except for brief periods when closures are necessary. The community will be notified about any closures.

An emergency blue light station has been installed and is operational at about the midway point of the path.
The path is fully lit and security cameras will be installed to provide live images to the main entrance Public Safety booth. In the interim, Public Safety officers will patrol the path on weekdays from 8 a.m. until shortly after evening classes end.

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[JR: Sure when I froze my a double q off humping up and down that @#$% hill in the dead of winter or the lazing hot sun, no one did squat. But let a little construction debris fall on one of "the precious", they get protection. What no heaters or a moving sidewalk? In the bad snow, I remember running my scout up there between classes cause I was the only truck at the time capable of parking on the snow drifts. Was rather funny. The only time I didn't have to fight for a parking space. That mountain was all mine! Argh!!! Funny the stuff that still ticks me off. How about a shuttle service?]

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JUPDATE: McClellan, Tom [MC1973] ided by Schlickenrieder, Warren (MC1942)

JLINKEDIN: McClellan, Tom [MC1973] Manager Quality & Product Safety at Schindler Elevator Corp

McClellan, Tom [MC????]
Manager Quality & Product Safety at Schindler Elevator Corporation (U.S.)
Greater New York City Area
Electrical/Electronic Manufacturing

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Tom McClellan, of Schindler Elevator, was a member of the Class of 1973.
Warren Schlickenrieder

Schlickenrieder, Warren (MC1942)

[JR: Thanks, Warren. Much appreciated.]

McClellan, Tom [MC1973]

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JEMAIL: Apoldo, Lou (MC1963) concurs about a growing problem

Hi John,

Like you I also am a fat old white guy injineer who really appreciated your Positraction comments on "fighting poverty." I'm proud to report that I have been a front line soldier fighting in the War On Poverty ever since LBJ declared the war in 1965. I worked!!! Our measure of success in the War on Poverty unfortunately has been how many poor people the gooferment handouts have "helped," when it really should be measured by how many poor folks were lifted out of poverty and are now productive and contributing members of our society.

I attribute the increasing numbers of poor Americans to the nature of the gooferment handout programs that our greedy politicians keep developing, which are intended to only benefit the politicians who buy votes from the poor with handouts supported by our taxpayer money, in order to create lifetime jobs for the politicians. (This fact alone makes a prima facie case for term limits). The poor are kept only marginally supported with the handouts, just to the point where they are sufficiently satisfied to not be motivated to better their plight by getting better educated and actually working to become independent.

Unfortunately, I believe that American has passed the tipping point to where there are more Americans getting free rides in the wagon than the number of Americans sweating to pull the wagon.

I fear that the existence of fourth and fifth generation welfare clients only demonstrates that this trend will likely continue until there are not enough taxpayers and debt sources available to fund the growing gooferment handout programs, when America will face national bankruptcy because there is no entity on the planet that is large enough and rich enough to bail out America. That is when the "have nots" will begin rioting for their handouts that they have been conditioned to believe are their entitlements as Americans.

That will be when the minority taxpaying portion of the population will give thanks that they can still defend themselves and their stuff from the marauding mobs by exercising their remaining Second Amendment rights. Keep your powder dry and stay locked and loaded.

Lou Apoldo
BCE '63

[JR: Glad to hear that I'm not the only one concerned. MOLON LABE! It's going to get messy. Just look at Greece!]

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PRAYERSREQUESTED: Colon, Philip J. (MC1962) mentions McEneney, Mike (MC1953)'s request

Good Evening All,

Mike McEneney ask for our Prayers. Cathie is going in for some more tests on Wednesday. Please keep Cathie, Mike and their family in your prayers and please keep that volume up as we pray that the Mds are guided to what is causing Cathie such discomfort. This has been going on for a while now. Cathie is due a break. Thank you. God Bless.

Phil Colon

Colon, Philip J. (MC1962)

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JEMAIL: Colon, Philip J. (MC1962) forwards a Nason, John (MC1952) email

Good Evening,
I received the following from John Nason, a dear friend to many of us and of course a member of our Prayer Group. The picture of Pope Paul, the story and prayer of the faithful are awesome. I could take up some space and tell you how this touched me but I will only say this, Trust in God and knowing Him through prayer is so important in our lives. Sharing those prayers through each of you in a sense completes us and gives us strength (As Jesus said, When two or more gather in My Name, I will be among you). Thank you John, Thank you All. Keep that volume up. God Bless.
Phil Colon
If you've seen this before it's definitely worth a second look.

You need not be Catholic to appreciate the power of this message and prayer; there is a message here for everyone.
Fr. Al Pehrsson sent this beautiful message. May Blessed John Paul II intercede for all my family, friends and co-workers and their intentions. God bless all.
Scroll all the way down for the prayer of the faithful.

We don't know why John Paul II wanted to hide this picture for years. The Vatican published this picture recently, for the first time. This picture was taken by one of his security guards just when the Pope was attacked and was falling down in his Papamobil. You can see the pain in his face.

Take a look at the above picture. You can seeMother Mary holding John Paul II in Her arms when he was shot in 1981. This happened on May 13, 1981. Pope John Paul II was shot as he arrived in St. Peter's Square to speak to the people who had gathered there. When he was shot, he was holding the rosary, which he always carried. When he fell to the ground, out of nowhere, a woman rushed to his side and embraced him. That picture is shown above. The picture is said to have been taken by one of the gathered people who was busy taking Pope's pics with his camera. The woman vanished as quickly as she appeared.

The gunman was apprehended in the square and sentenced to life in prison. The pope was critically wounded but survived after surgery and a long recovery. The surprising fact is that all the bullets passed just past his vital internal organs. When he recovered finally, the first thing the Pope asked for was his rosary. When he got it in his hands, he said that he felt Mother Mary directing the bullet's path through him. Surely, John Paul II was always in the habit of praying the rosary regularly. He had once said, "the best prayer I like is the Rosary".

Joaquin Navarro Valls, who is one spokesman from The Vatican, said that they made a lot of studies for years of this incredible picture and of course about the quality of the developing of the picture because when it was developed nobody could see very well because the image was not clear. Finally, and after so many controls and by looking and checking by all the experts in photography (around the world), they decided that there were no tricks in it and today they give us this beautiful gift from our Mother of God. You can see the Mother of God holding John Paul II in her arms. It is beautiful.

I don't know whether You will believe me or not. But many do.. and among those who believed, Bishop Thomas Wenski recreated the picture on a glass window at his Florida residence. You can see that below.


This is an awesome prayer.

Believe it and you shall be blessed.
The problem with many of us is that we don't believe that God will open a window and pour out blessings that we won't have room to receive them. I dare anyone to try God. He is true to His word. God cannot lie and His promises are sure.
Three things will happen to you this week:
(1) You will find favor with someone you don't expect;
(2) You will be too relevant to be ignored;
(3) You will encounter God and you will never remain the same again.

My prayer for you today:
The eyes beholding this message shall not behold evil, the hands that will send this message to others shall not labor in vain, the mouth saying Amen to this prayer shall laugh forever. Remain in God's love as you send this prayer to others on your list. Have a lovely journey of life! Trust in the Lord with all your heart and He will never fail you because ................. He is AWESOME !
If you truly need a blessing, continue with this:
Heavenly Father, most Gracious and Loving God, I pray to you that you abundantly bless my family, friends and me. I know that you recognize, that a family is more than just a mother, father, sister, brother, husband and wife, but all who believe and trust in you.
Father, I send up a prayer request for blessings for not only the person who sent this to me, but for me and all that I have forwarded this message to. And that the power of joined prayer by those who believe and trust in you is more powerful than anything. I thank you inadvance for your blessings.
Father God, deliver the person reading this right now from debt and debt's burdens. Release Your Godly wisdom that I may be a good steward over all that You have given me Father, for I know how wonderful and mighty You are and how if we just obey You and walk In Your word and have the faith of a mustard seed that You will pour out blessings. I thank You now Lord for the recent blessings I have received and for the blessings yet to come because I know You are not done with me yet . In Jesus' name, I pray.

TAKE 60 SECONDS and send this on quickly and within hours, you will have caused a multitude of people to pray to God for each other.

Then sit back and watch the power of God work in your life for doing the thing that you know He loves. Remain blessed!
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[JR: I have know particular knowledge of this. But when two Jaspers, whom I respect, submit something. I'm more than happy to share it with our fellow Jaspers. Meets my strange criteria for inclusion.  ]

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JEMAIL: Cramer, Vincent (MC1968) cites a free resource

Cramer, Vincent (MC1968)
Yesterday 6:42 AM

Sales Networking App is Exclusive, and Free, to LinkedIn Members

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JEMAIL: Prayer-Seeker-in-Chief title awarded


What would we do without you? You should have a title – Prayer-Seeker-in-Chief ? – for all the good work you do spreading the news of those in need of our prayers. Believe me, it is not lost on us how much time it takes to gather the facts and convey these details.

Thanks once more and please keep it up.
John Nason

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Nason, John (MC1952)

Colon, Philip J. (MC1962)

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[JR: I bet we could figure out some automation to make it faster and easier. LAFF! Yeah, I know not everyone wants it "better". ]

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JHQ: January/February Manhattan Monthly


January/February Manhattan Monthly

Manhattan College Goes Green

In recent years, Manhattan College’s commitment to sustainability has grown to include new courses on environmental justice, extracurriculars that allow students to take part in the green movement, and a new research center on campus.

Business Students Volunteer to Provide Free Tax Preparation Services

For the fourth year in a row, Manhattan College business students are working with the IRS Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program to provide free tax preparation services to local residents.

College Names Michael Masch Vice President for Finance and CFO

Masch brings extensive financial and educational experience to the College. 

On Campus

Congressman Eliot Engel Will Visit Campus on Feb. 11 to Discuss Social Justice Issues

In honor of Manhattan College’s one-year anniversary as the first college in New York City to receive Fair Trade College status, U.S. Rep. Eliot L. Engel will visit campus on Monday, Feb. 11 to speak about the Harkin-Engel Protocol.

School of Education and Health Now Offering Master’s Degrees and Professional Diplomas for Superintendents

Manhattan College’s School of Education and Health was recently approved by New York State to offer graduate students the opportunity to take courses toward superintendent certification through a master’s degree or professional diploma in Advanced Leadership Studies.

Sustainability Expert to Speak at College’s CURES Inaugural Event
The Manhattan College Center for Urban Resilience and Environmental Sustainability (CURES) will host its inaugural event on Tuesday, Feb. 5, which will feature a lecture by nationally renowned sustainability expert David W. Orr, Ph.D.

National Endowment for the Humanities Awards Manhattan College with Exclusive Collection
Manhattan College’s Holocaust, Genocide, and Interfaith Education (HGI) Center, in partnership with the Mary Alice and Tom O’Malley Library, was recently selected by the National Endowment for the Humanities to receive the Muslim Journeys Bookshelf collection.


Br. Thomas Scanlan Named Member of MAAC Honor Roll
Former Manhattan College President and long standing member of the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference President’s Council, Brother Thomas Scanlan, FSC, will be the first MAAC Honoree to be recognized at the 2013 MAAC Honor Roll Dinner on March 8, at the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame. 

Manhattan Wins First Metropolitan Indoor Championship Since 2008
For the first time since 2008 and the 38th time in program history, the men’s track and field team won the Metropolitan Indoor Championship at the New Balance Armory Track & Field Center.

Women’s Lacrosse to Host Junior Day Clinic
The women’s lacrosse team has announced that it will host a Junior Day Clinic on Feb. 23 at Gaelic Park.


Engineering Alumna Heads Construction on World’s Busiest Bridge
As caretaker of the iconic George Washington Bridge, Andrea Giorgi Bocker ’80 serves as a role model to women entering the civil engineering field.

SuitUp! Clothing Drives Accepting Donations Until Feb. 4
The Center for Career Development, Alumni Relations office and Green Club recently launched a clothing closet called SuitUp! to help students who need professional attire for career fairs, interviews, school presentations and networking events.

Save the Date for Reunion 2013
Reunion Weekend 2013 will take place May 31 to June 2, 2013. Please visit manhattan.edu/reunion for a schedule of events, accommodations and registration information.

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JHQ: Feb. 13 with activist and scholar Alan Richard



Spring semester programming begins on Feb. 13 with activist and scholar Alan Richard.

This spring, Manhattan College’s Holocaust, Genocide and Interfaith Education (HGI) Center will host five events on campus throughout the semester. The programming will commence with guest speaker Alan Richard, Ph.D., a progressive religious organizer, activist and writer for the nonprofit group Realistic Living, on Wednesday, Feb. 13 at 4 p.m. in the Alumni Room of the Mary Alice and Tom O’Malley Library. The other four lectures will occur on April 4, 10, 17 and 25.

On Feb. 13, Richard will present a discussion on The Importance of New Religious Community at the End of Civilization: Looking Beyond Secularism and Religionism. In particular, his work concentrates on building networks of secular religious experimentation within existing traditions of religious practice.

“The HGI Center remains committed to the events this spring that encourage social justice, courage of survival and commemorating the Holocaust,” said Mehnaz Afridi, Ph.D., director of the HGI Center and assistant professor of religious studies at Manhattan College.

In addition, the rescheduled fifth annual Frederick M. Schweitzer Lecture, The Kristallnacht in History and Memory, will be held on Thursday, April 4 at 7 p.m. in Smith Auditorium. Alan E. Steinweis, Ph.D., the Leonard and Carolyn Miller Distinguished Professor of Holocaust Studies and director of the Center for Holocaust Studies at the University of Vermont, will illustrate how the Kristallnacht fit into the unfolding anti-Jewish policies of the Nazi regime. He will further analyze how the event continues to loom so large in the collective memories of Jews, Germans and others.

The HGI Center also welcomes local New York City author Nina Wolff Feld on Wednesday, April 10 at 4 p.m. in the Alumni Room to discuss her book Someday You Will Understand: My Father’s Private WWII. Feld will tell her father’s story of running from the Nazis in Europe, and eventually becoming a solider in the U.S. Army.

In honor of Yom Hashoah, Holocaust Remembrance Day, Afridi’s Religion and Holocaust class will commemorate victims on Wednesday, April 17 at 4 p.m. in the Alumni Room. The event includes telling the story of survivor Lily Margules, a former speaker of the HGI Center who passed away in 2012, and a discussion of class readings Night by Elie Wiesel and Survival in Auschwitz by Primo Levil.

The spring semester of programming concludes on Thursday, April 25 at 7 p.m. in Smith Auditorium with author Jasha Levi discussing The Last Exile: The Tapestry of a Life. Levi’s autobiography depicts his own experiences growing up in Europe during World War I and II in the midst of the Holocaust, and continues with his moving to the United States as an adult. The event is co-sponsored by Alpha Phi Delta (APD) and UNICO National, both Italian-American service organizations.

All of the spring HGI Center events are open to the public. For questions, please contact Mehnaz Afridi by email at mehnaz.afridi@manhattan.edu or call (718) 862-7284.

Posted on January 31, 2013

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[JR: Wish these were webcasts!]

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JLINKEDIN: Montalto, Michael [MC2006] Senior Electrical Manager at The Fulcrum Group


Montalto, Michael [MC2006]
Senior Electrical Manager at The Fulcrum Group
New York, New York (Greater New York City Area)
Mechanical or Industrial Engineering

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JNEWS: Henry, Theresa [MC????] trustee, St. John the Baptist R.C. Church


Parish appoints Theresa Henry trustee


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Hillsdale - St. John the Baptist R.C. Church announced the appointment of Theresa Henry as trustee, effective Nov. 1.

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She attended Manhattan College in Riverdale, N.Y., earning a BS in accounting and an MBA in finance. She went on to obtain a PhD in accounting at New York University's Stern School of Business. She is also licensed as a certified public accountant.

Theresa is currently an associate professor in the Stillman School of Business at Seton Hall University. She sits on several committees of the University and Stillman School and is widely published in accounting and finance journals. She has received several awards for both teaching and research and stays current in her field with continuing participation at academic and professional conferences.

Theresa is active at St. John's Church and academy, serving as a Eucharistic minister and president of the School Advisory Board.

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Henry, Theresa [MC????]

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JOBIT: Borsari, Carl [MC1959 RIP]


Carl Borsari

Borsari, Carl

Carl Borsari of Somers, New York died on Saturday February 2, 2013 at White Plains Hospital. He was 75.

Carl was born June 11, 1937 in Brooklyn, NY, son of the late Antonio and Nancy (Benvenuto) Borsari. Carl graduated from Bishop Loughlin High School in Brooklyn in 1955 and Manhattan College in 1959. After college he was commissioned an officer in the US Air Force.

Carl married Marylyn Fuertinger on July 16, 1960 in Glendale, NY.

Carl was a NY State professional Engineer who worked as a commercial real estate executive in Manhattan for many years before retiring. He enjoyed golfing, sailing, skiing and in retirement his morning coffee with friends and wintering in Florida. But his greatest passion in life were his grandchildren, Papa was a fixture at their many games and performances.

Carl is survived by his loving wife, two sons, Michael and his wife Theresa Borsari of Bernardsville, NJ and Christopher and his wife Patricia Borsari of Brewster, NY, his siblings, Ted, Victor, Mary and Marie. He is also survived by his three grandchildren, Julia, Sarah and Jason.

A mass of Christian burial will be held February 6, 2012 at 11:30 AM at St. Joseph's Church, Croton Falls, NY. Visitation will be Tuesday from 4-8 PM at Beecher Funeral Home, 1 Putnam Ave, Brewster, NY. Interment will follow at St. Joseph's Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to the American Heart Association .

Published in the The Journal News on February 4, 2013


Borsari, Carl [MC1959 RIP]

Guestbook: http://www.legacy.com/guestbooks/lohud/guestbook.aspx?n=carl-borsari&pid=162851571&cid=full

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JOBIT: Bernabei, Br. Austin [MC???? RIP]


Brother Austin Bernabei F.S.C.

Brother Austin Bernabei, F.S.C.
AGE: 84 • Lincroft

Brother Austin Bernabei, F.S.C., 84, of Lincroft died Saturday, February 2, 2013 at De La Salle Hall, Lincroft. He was born in New Rochelle, New York and had received the Holy Habit of the Christian Brothers on September 7, 1950. He was a graduate of Manhattan College, Bronx, New York, received a Master of Science Degree from Catholic University, Washington, D.C. in 1953, and a Master and Doctorate Degree in Nuclear Physics in 1959 and 1964, both from New York University. He completed his Medical Physics Postdoctoral work at Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, New York in 1981. His assignments included St. Raphael's School, Pawtucket, Rhode Island, Manhattan College, Bronx, New York, Bethlehem University, De La Salle Novitiate and De La Salle Scholasticate, both of Nairobi, Kenya, Rongai Agriculture and Technical School, Rongai, Kenya, Christian Brothers Center, Bronx, New York, St. Martin's Secondary School, St. Vincent, West Indies, Cathedral High School, El Paso, Texas, La Salle College, Ansfrere, South Africa, and returned to Manhattan College, Bronx, New York prior to his retirement. He has been in residence at De La Salle Hall since 2011.

The viewing will be held at De La Salle Hall, Lincroft on Tuesday, February 5, 2013 from 10:00 until Noon. A viewing will be held at the Christian Brothers Community-Manhattan College, Bronx, New York on Wednesday, February 6, 2013 3:00 P.M. until 6:45 P.M. A Funeral Mass will be celebrated at 7:15 P.M. Interment will be held on Thursday, February 7, 2013 at Gate of Heaven Cemetery, Hawthorne, New York. Memorial Donations to De La Salle Nursing Development, 810 Newman Springs Road, Lincroft, NJ 07738 would be appreciated. Higgins Memorial Home, Freehold is in charge of arrangements.

Published in Asbury Park Press on February 4, 2013


Bernabei, Br. Austin [MC???? RIP]

Guestbook: http://www.legacy.com/guestbooks/app/guestbook.aspx?n=brother-fsc&pid=162852605&cid=full

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JLINKEDIN: Tantillo, Christopher [MC2011] Mechanical Engineer at Kohler Ronan LLC


Tantillo, Christopher [MC2011]
Mechanical Engineer at Kohler Ronan LLC
Greater New York City Area
Mechanical or Industrial Engineering

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JLINKEDIN: Thomann, Peter [MC1987] President Thomann Tax & Asset Management, Inc.


Thomann, Peter [MC1987]
President Thomann Tax & Asset Management, Inc.
Greater New York City Area
Financial Services


Peter Thomann is an Enrolled Agent and a Certified Financial Planner®, with years of experience helping clients with tax preparation, tax planning, retirement planning, and investment advice. Peter also has special expertise for the tax and retirement planning needs of active/retired New York City employees.


The Road to NYPD Retirement
January 28, 2013
Authors: Peter Thomann, EA, CFP®
A comprehensive retirement planning resource for active and retired NYPD members.

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JBLOGGER: Dowd, Raymond J. (MC1986) presents on Nazi art looting



Nazi Art Looting - Recent Case Law - Audio From Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts

Last Thursday I spoke on Nazi art looting at an event hosted by the Brandeis Law Society and the Federal Bar Association at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. The event was well-attended despite bitterly cold weather with 75 attendees. The Hon. Sandra M. Moss introduced the program and Frank McGovern, President of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania Chapter introduced me. Thanks to the hosts for the wonderful hospitality.

The audio program is available now on the Federal Bar Association website http://www.fedbar.org/Chapters/Eastern-District-of-Pennsylvania-Chapter/Recent-Events.aspx, together with a PDF of my powerpoint, so that you can follow along and get the visuals.

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Dowd, Raymond J. (MC1986)

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JLINKEDIN: Santos-Arington, Melissa [MC2004] HRD, I/O, & PHR


Santos-Arington, Melissa [MC2004]
Miami/Fort Lauderdale Area
Human Resources

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JLINKEDIN: Maiorana, Michael [MC1992] VP FX Trader at Bank Leumi


Maiorana, Michael [MC1992]
VP FX Trader at Bank Leumi
Greater New York City Area

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JLINKEDIN:Williams, Jim [MC1983] Market Sales Manager - Metro,NY at Glaceau/Coke North America


Williams, Jim [MC1983]
Market Sales Manager - Metro,NY at Glaceau/Coke North America
Greater New York City Area
Consumer Goods


Highly experienced, creative marketing and sales professional with demonstrated success managing and closing key local, regional and national consumer goods accounts.
 Proven effective in establishing successful National Accounts programs, as well as with organizations challenged by badly needed client turnarounds; adept at repairing and revitalizing damaged relationships.
 Provide effective strategic planning that utilizes “outside the box” approaches to expand markets and increase revenues in category management and channel partnerships and alliances.
 Determine and meet the buyer’s specific needs; Director of National Accounts with experience in sales staff management and field marketing.
 Demonstrated track record in sales staff management and training; recruit, hire, motivate and integrate high-performance teams.
 Highly adaptable, creative and innovative, with exceptional strategic, conceptual, analytical, and execution skills in persuasive and consultative selling.


Customer based solutions
Catagory Management
Focus on winning at retail

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JLINKEDIN: Williams, Fr. James [MC????] President at Chaminade High School


Williams, Fr. James [MC????]
President at Chaminade High School
Greater New York City Area
Education Management

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ENDNOTE: True "capitalism", not the "crony", not "public private partnerships"; just success and failure!


Khürt Williams
Jan 31, 2013
What was the greatest invention of the industrial revolution? Hans Rosling makes the case for the washing machine. With newly designed graphics from Gapminder, Rosling shows us the magic that pops up when economic growth and electricity turn a boring wash day into an intellectual day of reading.

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Yeah, the "War on Women" continues!

This is about allow human the freedom to "be all they can be".

True "capitalism", not the "crony" <synonym for excrement> we have today, is about making everyone "free" to pursue their dreams.

What we fail to realize is that "the rich" being as greedy as they can be ENABLE the human race to benefit.

SOOoo instead of figuring out how to make the world a better place, they are turned into folks trying to figure out how to keep what they got.


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