JASPER JOTTINGS Week 03 - 2014 January 19    

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



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POSITRACTION: Heimlich maneuver



by BREITBART SPORTS 28 Dec 2013 78

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On Saturday afternoon at Yankee Stadium, ESPN color commentator Jesse Palmer (right) saved ESPN play-by-play man Chris Fowler's life at halftime with a Heimlich maneuver.

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Saving a life is a story that should always be heard.

I heard nothing about this.

Did you?

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JEMAIL: Scarlata, Richard M. (MC1964) reports Annunziata, Frank [MC1964 RIP]



Frank Annunziata, MP'60 and MC'64 passed away a few days ago. No further details:

Condolences may be sent to:

Paul and Jessica Annunziata
390 1st Ave
Apt 14G
New York, New York 10010

Richard M. Scarlata, MP'60, MC'64

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Scarlata, Richard M. (MC1964)

Annunziata, Frank [MC1964 RIP]

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PRAYERSREQUESTED: Colon, Philip J. (MC1962) reports another prayer needed


Good Evening All,

I have just received a prayer request from Jim Kennedy, a good friend to many of us and a member of our Retreat Team. Jim's Wife Allyson was taken to hospital this afternoon with Pneumonia. Jim and Allyson will be celebrating their 20th Wedding Anniversary this Tuesday, January 14th. The best Anniversary gift Jim could ask for is a quick and complete recovery for Allyson so that she may be home with Jim and their Daughter Tayler. Please keep Allyson, Jim and Tayler in your prayers as we pray for a quick and complete recovery with no complications. Please raise the volume. Thank you. God Bless.

Phil Colon

 Colon, Philip J. (MC1962)

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JOBIT: Costa, William Albert Sr. [MC1950 RIP]



William Albert Costa Sr.
Costa, Sr., William Albert

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William Albert Costa, Sr., the former Commissioner of Public Works for New Rochelle, died Saturday at Montefiore Hospital in New York. He was 88.

Costa, a civil engineer, was Commissioner of Public Works for New Rochelle from 1971 until his retirement in 1992. Born in the Bronx in 1925, he was a graduate of Dewitt Clinton High School, class of 1943, and Manhattan College, class of 1950.

Costa served in the Army Air Force from 1943 to 1946, and was a squadron navigator on a B-29 bomber. He flew 22 missions over Japan, held the rank of First Lieutenant, and was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross with Oak Leaf Cluster, the Air Medal with two Oak Leaf Clusters, and the Purple Heart.

On one mission in June of 1945, his plane was shot down on the return from a mission. Mr. Costa and the other crew members bailed out and were rescued by a U.S. Navy submarine after more than a day in the water.

Costa came to work for the city of New Rochelle in 1957 as an assistant city engineer. His original appointment was a temporary position for two weeks. "I guess I'm the proverbial man who came to dinner and never left," he once quipped. He was appointed Deputy Director of Public Works in 1965, and Director of Public Works in 1971. Later, his title was changed to Commissioner.

Costa's no-nonsense style of management was legendary during his years in City Hall. He was also known for his long hours and hard work. A 1977 Standard-Star profile noted: "A key to Costa's character is his office, which resembles a war room more than the quarters of the Commissioner of Public Works."

"Covering one wall is a giant map of New Rochelle to which Costa's eyes constantly move as he talks about the roads, sidewalks, garbage, leaves, streetlights and other public property of which he is charge." (The Standard-Star, October 9, 1977, Page A3)

"I like my work," he told an interviewer. "It is very varied, never boring, sometimes frustrating and sometimes difficult to keep your temper. However, you do get to see the fruits of your labor."

Costa leaves his wife of 63 years, Lida (Draghi), and three children, Barbara and husband Eric Stange, of Arlington, MA; a son, Michael and wife Claudia of Armonk, NY; and William, Jr. of Medford, Mass. In addition he leaves four grandchildren, Michael of Armonk, NY., Cristina of San Francisco, CA, Alexander Stange of Toronto, Canada, and Mia Stange of Providence, RI.

A wake will be held Tuesday, January 14, from 3-7 pm. with a funeral home chapel service Wednesday, January 15, at 10 am, followed by cremation at Ferncliff Cemetery in Hartsdale. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Salvation Army.

George T. Davis Funeral Home 14 Le Count Place New Rochelle, New York 10801 914 632 0324 www.georgetdavis.com

Published in the The Journal News from Jan. 13 to Jan. 14, 2014


Costa, William Albert Sr. [MC???? RIP]

Guestbook: http://www.legacy.com/guestbooks/lohud/guestbook.aspx?n=william-costa&pid=169068078&cid=full#sthash.L6tulTMO.dpbs

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JOBIT: Radice, Robert C. [MC1948 RIP]



Robert Charles Radice


Radice, Robert C., 88, of Fort Lauderdale, Florida, retired president and CEO of Radice Corporation, esteemed community leader and philanthropist, and beloved husband, father, grandfather, brother, uncle and friend passed on January 5, 2014. He passed away quietly and gently in his own home of over 50 years surrounded by his beloved family and friends.

Born in New York on December 30, 1925, to Charles and Mary Radice, Bob attended Fork Union Military Academy and Manhattan College School of Business. He worked in his father's successful New York-based company, Radice Realty & Construction Corporation, before moving to Florida in 1956.

In 1950 he married his best friend, Teresa Haran, sharing 58 wonderful years together until her passing in 2008.

As President of the Radice Corporation, a developer of both residential and commercial properties, Bob's earliest project was Edgewater Arms, the first building erected on the Galt Ocean Mile. This was followed by Fountainhead, Plaza East, and Plaza South. The Radice Corporation's portfolio grew to include projects in fifteen states and forty cities with hundreds of millions of dollars in revenue, and every project reflected the high standards of its President and senior staff. Well-planned landscaping was a prominent feature of every Radice project, and even the Radice Corporate Center headquarters was home to a bird sanctuary and preserve. Radice Corporation traded on the New York Stock Exchange and was consistently ranked among the nation's top companies. At one time, Forbes ranked Radice Corporation 168th in the nation. Diversification was a key component of the company's success. It had a number of subsidiaries, including Radice Care, one of Bob's most innovative ventures, which was created to serve the needs of the expanding retirement housing market.

Bob's energy was boundless and so was his commitment to the local community in which his family resided. At the request of Sister Innocent Hughes of Holy Cross Hospital, Bob led the hospital's first advisory board and in 1966 became its first lay chairman of the Board of Trustees. His talented group of Trustees took what was once a small, three-story facility leading an expansion program firmly establishing Holy Cross Hospital as one of the most profitable and reputable hospitals in the southeastern United States. Sister Innocent once called Bob "Mr. Holy Cross." He was a member of the hospital's board for thirty-seven years. Bob was also a founding board member of Covenant House and co-chaired the capital campaign to build its facility in Fort Lauderdale. He was also board member of the Coral Ridge Yacht Club and served on innumerable committees throughout his long life. The organization that was closest to his heart, however, was the PACE Center for Girls, Broward. Bob spent over 20 years working with PACE, serving on both the state and local boards, petitioning the state for funding to expand its program, and supervising the building of its Broward Center. On the PACE Broward campus stands a building named in his honor- the Robert C. Radice Building. The family is deeply honored that within that building a memorial will be placed depicting the life and love of this remarkable man, including the numerous awards and tributes received over his many years of community service.

For over fifty years, Bob Radice was an exemplary citizen of Broward County, embodying the ideals of community leadership and creating viable institutions that will continue to benefit the county's residents for years to come. He was the recipient of numerous honors including in 1997 sharing an honor with his wife, Teresa, receiving the Golden Heart Award from the American Heart Association. Bob was the recipient of the 2005 Liberty Bell Award, presented by the Fort Lauderdale Bar Association and in 2002 received the Ellis Island Medal of Honor, one of our country's most prestigious awards. Bob was honored to be a member of the Catholic Church's Knights of Malta and the Young Presidents Organization and the World Business Council. Other honors received include: The National Philanthropy Day Award for Outstanding Volunteer Fundraiser by the Association of Fundraising Professionals and the PACE Leadership Award. He was a member of The Opera Society, The Fort Lauderdale Symphony Society, St. John the Baptist Catholic Church Men's Club, the Navy League, and the American Red Cross.

Bob believed that his successes could not have been accomplished without the talents of others nor without the support of his family and the community. Throughout his long career with the Radice Corporation, Bob laid the foundations for many buildings, but his enduring legacy will be those foundations he laid for Holy Cross Hospital, Covenant House, and the PACE Center for Girls.

Bob Radice had a big heart and his family, friends, and the community have been blessed by his love, compassion, and desire to do good.

Bob will be lovingly remembered by his devoted children; daughter Maribeth Goodman and son-in-law Anthony Goodman; son Robert Radice Jr. and daughter-in-law Patty Radice; his grandchildren Cameron Goodman and Michael Radice; his brother Charles Radice and sister-in-law Alice Radice; his sister-in-law Peggy Butler and brother-in-law Fred Zito along with many nieces, nephews, and friends. Visitation will be Friday, January 17th from 3:00pm - 8:00pm at Baird-Case-Jordan-Fannin Funeral Home, 4343 N. Federal Hwy, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33308.

A funeral mass celebrating Bob's life will be held on Saturday, January 18th , 11:00am at St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, 4595 Bayview Drive, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33308. Inurnment will be at Forest Lawn Cemetery, 200 W. Copans Road, Pompano Beach, FL 33064 on Saturday January 25th at 11:00am. Bob and his family have requested that as an alternative to flowers, donations may be made to: -PACE Center for Girls/Broward- Robert C. Radice Memorial Fund- 2225 N. Andrews Avenue, Wilton Manors, FL 33311 (www.pacecenter.org/broward) -Hospice-by-Sea-1200 East Las Olas Boulevard, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301 -Covenant House, 733 Breakers Avenue, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33304 -St. John the Baptist Catholic Church- 4595 Bayview Drive, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33308

Published in Sun-Sentinel on Jan. 13, 2014


Radice, Robert C. [MC???? RIP]

Guestbook: http://www.legacy.com/guestbooks/sunsentinel/guestbook.aspx?n=robert-radice&pid=169065675&cid=full#sthash.YrrqIFXF.dpbs

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Dear John,

           I believe that Robert is a member of the Class of 1948.

               May He Rest In Peace.


McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

Radice, Robert C. [MC1948 RIP]

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MFOUND: '68 ring for sale



Manhattan College Vintage Class Ring ~ 1968 ~

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[JR: It’s a BS ring. In case someone wants another?  ]

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JNEWS: Owens, William L. [MC1971] won't seek re-election



Owens says he won't seek re-election
January 14, 2014
The Leader Herald

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U.S. Rep. Bill Owens, D-Plattsburgh, who has served in Congress since 2009, has announced he won't seek re-election for the 21st congressional district in November.

"It is time for me to undertake new endeavors and spend more time with my family," Owens said in a news release. "Even though I will not seek re-election, it is my goal that the next phase of my life will continue to focus on helping to improve the lives of all New Yorkers, primarily through job creation and economic development."

Owens' 21st congressional district includes Fulton and Hamilton counties, and one of his offices is in Gloversville. He was re-elected in November 2012 to a two-year term.

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Owens, William L. [MC1971]

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JOBIT: Barrella, Anthony Joseph [MC1950 RIP]



Anthony Joseph Barrella (1921 - 2014)

Barrella, Anthony Joseph

Anthony Joseph Barrella, passed away in the early morning hours of Jan 14, 2014 at the age of 92, known as "Barrels" to many of his closest friends and family.

Anthony was born in Mt. Vernon, NY on August 24, 1921, to the late Nicholas and Julia (Borelli) Barrella. Anthony graduated from Manhattan College in 1950 with a degree in Electrical Engineering. He spent the majority of his engineering career with several large manufacturing firms in support of the U.S. Space program. In his late 50's he retired from engineering and worked as a Purchasing Agent for the County of Westchester, NY until the age of 70. He served in the U.S. Army Air Corps from 1942-1946 where he was honorably discharged. Barrels was one of the founding fathers of the New Rochelle Little League and served the organization faithfully until he was well into his 80's. He was a big supporter of Blessed Sacrament Church and past president of the Irish Christian Brothers.

He is survived by his wife of 65 years the former Louise Fodero of New Rochelle, whom he married on August 29, 1948, his sons, Nicholas (Susan), Michael (Karen), his daughter Joann (John)Bombace and six grandchildren, Alexandra, Elizabeth, Matthew, John, Michael and Heather.

He was predeceased by his only sibling Joseph A. Barrella in 2005.

Viewing hours are 2-4pm & 7-9pm on Thursday, January 16 at Lloyd Maxcy's Beauchamp Chapel in New Rochelle, NY. Funeral services will be held on Friday, January 17 at Blessed Sacrament Church in New Rochelle, NY at 10:30am. Interment to follow at Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in his memory to New Rochelle Little League, 30 Trinity Place, New Rochelle, NY 10805.

Published in the The Journal News on Jan. 15, 2014


Barrella, Anthony Joseph [MC1950 RIP]

Guestbook: http://www.legacy.com/guestbooks/lohud/guestbook.aspx?n=anthony-barrella&pid=169097907&cid=full#sthash.WI4yvNKk.dpbs

[JR: Just last August, Jasper Jottings reported his 65th wedding anniversary. Makes me sad.  ]

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JNEWS: McGrath, Amy [MC2004] Assistant Controller at Ogilvy CommonHealth Worldwide



Amy McGrath has a new job.
Now Assistant Controller at Ogilvy CommonHealth Worldwide.

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McGrath, Amy [MC2004]
Assistant Controller at Ogilvy CommonHealth Worldwide
Greater New York City Area


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JFOUND: Fenley, William Warren [MC???? RIP] in Wikipedia



Warren Fenley
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

William Warren Fenley (February 8, 1922 – January 18, 2009) was a professional basketball player who spent one season in the Basketball Association of America (BAA) as a member of the Boston Celtics (1946–47). He attended Port Richmond High School and later Manhattan College. After his BAA career was over he funded the construction of a school and athletic program from Saint Rita Roman Catholic Church in Brooklyn. In 1964, he was the first head coach for Monsignor Farrell High School boys' basketball team.[1]

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Fenley, William Warren [MC???? RIP]

[JR: But not linked to Alma Mater. Where’s our students learning Computer Science? Ok I’ll do it when I get time. Argh!  ]

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Dear John,

I do not find anything in my 'stuff' for William.

May He Rest In Peace.


McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

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JLINKEDIN: Massa, Richard [MC1993] Managing Partner @Massa & Associates



Massa, Richard [MC1993]
Managing Partner @Massa & Associates
Spring Hill, Florida
Management Consulting


Twenty plus years of successful hands-on management and leadership experience which has molded him in helping others in business. Rich believes in supporting organizations and making them the best they can be.He is professional in all areas of leadership, organizational theory, hospitality, for profit, non-profit, private clubs & schools. With an emphasis on start-ups, turnarounds and education, his management/leadership skills truly help companies/organizations reach their true potential.

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MFOUND: Mens Bball on TV


RIVERDALE, N.Y. - The Manhattan-Canisius game on Friday, February 7 at 7 p.m. will be televised live on ESPNU, the network announced on Wednesday. This will be the third straight Friday night television game for the Jaspers, beginning on Friday, January 24 vs. Rider at 7 p.m. at Draddy Gymnasium.
Following a home game vs. Quinnipiac on Sunday, January 26 at 2 p.m., the Jaspers will travel to Iona on Friday, January 31 for a 9 p.m. contest on ESPNU.

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PRAYERSREQUESTED: Colon, Philip J. (MC1962) asks for more reappearance


Good Afternoon All,

Mike McEneney asks for our prayers for, Lorenzo, a friend of Mike's Daughter, Teri. Lorenzo has just been told that his cancer has returned after 6 months of apparent successful treatment. Please keep Lorenzo and his family in your prayers as they go forward with the next steps to be taken. We pray for containment and elimination of Lorenzo's cancer. Thank you. God Bless.

Phil Colon

Colon, Philip J. (MC1962)

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JOBIT: Sullivan, Thomas Joseph [MC1950 RIP]




Thomas Sullivan
Naples, FL

Thomas Joseph Sullivan, a 20 year resident of Naples FL, passed away on January 10, 2014. Tom was born in the Bronx, NY on November 14, 1927 to Margaret Mary and John Sullivan.

He had two older brothers who preceded him in death, John and Stephen Sullivan.

He met and married his high school sweetheart and the love of his life, Marjorie Ann McKeon also of the Bronx, N.Y. The two were married for 66 years.

Tom graduated, the same year as Marjorie from St. Nicholas of Tolentine High School, in the Bronx in 1945 and went on to graduate from Manhattan College in 1950, after serving in post-World War II Germany in the Army. He worked for Chevrolet Motor Division for 17 years in Tarrytown and White Plains, NY. He and Marjorie became dealer/owners of Tom Sullivan Chevrolet, in Monroe N.Y. in 1966. They jointly ran their business until retiring to Naples, FL in 1994.

Marge and Tom had five children and he was a devoted father. His family meant the world to him and he was always known as 'the most fun father' on the block! He was always active in their parishes where they located and in Naples, he was a lector and Eucharistic minister at St. Ann's Catholic Church. He loved sports, getting together with family and friends and his humor and laughter always lit up any room he was in. He was a great story teller, a trait his grandchildren particularly loved. He loved to sing and could burst into song on a moment's notice. He particularly loved to sing happy birthday, his own renditions of it, to the delight of his family.

Besides his wife, Marjorie, Tom is survived by his five children, Kathleen Ricker (Gerald) of Colorado Springs, CO, Gail Sobolewski (Thomas) of West Sand Lake, NY, Diane Dempsey (Martin) of Fort Myer, VA, Margaret Sullivan of Falls Church, VA and William Sullivan (Patricia) of Walden NY. He also leaves behind eight grandchildren and 13 great grandchildren (number 14 is due in June) who all adored him.

Visitation hours are on Friday, January 17, 2014 from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. and 6:00 to 8:00 p.m., at Fuller Funeral Home, 1625 Pine Ridge Road, Naples FL, 34109. The Mass of Christian Burial will be held at St. Ann's Church on Saturday, January 18, 2014 at 10:30 a.m.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to one of the following: TAPS (Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors), which supports families of our fallen service members, 3033 Wilson Blvd, Suite 630, Arlington, VA 22201 c/o Mary Ellen Matheson or the ALS Association (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis) Development Dept., 27001 Agoura Road, Suite 250, Calabasas Hills, CA 91301.

For online condolences, please visit fullernaples.com.

Please sign guestbook

Published in Naples Daily News on Jan. 15, 2014


Sullivan, Thomas Joseph [MC1950 RIP]

Guestbook: http://www.legacy.com/guestbooks/naplesnews/guestbook.aspx?n=thomas-sullivan&pid=169103595&cid=full#sthash.ibtsOrqs.dpbs

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JOBIT: Walker, William J. [MC1963 RIP]



William J. Walker

William J. Walker
AGE: 71 • Freehold Township

William J. Walker, 71, of Freehold Township, died Tuesday, January 14, 2014 at University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, Newark. Mr. Walker was born in The Bronx, N.Y. and had resided in Freehold for the past 38 years. He was a graduate of Manhattan College and earned a Master of Science Degree from Fordham University. Mr. Walker was a biomedical instrumentation sales representative for Tracor Northern, Madison Wisconsin before his retirement. He was a communicant of St. Rose of Lima R.C. Church, Freehold.

Surviving are his wife, Ann Marie Byrne Walker; a son and daughter-in-law, Denis C. and Courtney E. Walker; a grandson, Patrick William Walker; a daughter, Jennifer A. Walker; a brother and sister-in-law, James N. and Joan Walker; a brother-in-law and his wife, Dennis J. and Patricia Byrne; and six nieces and nephews.

The viewing will be held at the Higgins Memorial Home, 20 Center Street, Freehold on Friday from 4:00 to 8:00 p.m. The Funeral Liturgy will be celebrated at St. Rose of Lima Church, Freehold on Saturday at 11:00 a.m. followed by interment at St. Rose of Lima Cemetery. Memorial donations to the Patrick J. Milde Memorial Scholarship Fund, Roxbury High School, C/O Mrs. Pat Rogers, Guidance Department, 1 Bryant Drive, Succasunna, NJ 07876 would be appreciated in lieu of flowers.

Published in Asbury Park Press on Jan. 16, 2014


Walker, William J. [MC???? RIP]

Guestbook: http://www.legacy.com/guestbooks/app/guestbook.aspx?n=william-walker&pid=169119806&cid=full#sthash.xpeW0koo.dpbs

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Dear John,

I believe that William is a member of the Class of 1963.

May He Rest In Peace.


McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

Walker, William J. [MC1963 RIP]

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JNEWS: Moran, Tom [MC1974] #9 2014 Power 50, the most powerful Irish Americans



2014 Power 50, the most powerful Irish Americans
Sean Dunne @SeanDunne NYC January 15, 2014 06:48 AM

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Who are the 50 most powerful Irish in America? IrishCentral decided to make our list of the best and the brightest, and while we know it will cause controversy, it will surely also enlighten.

We have identified a super group of people who collectively make us all so proud of our roots. Our criteria was not just fame but influence in their respective fields - from politics to religion, entertainment to science, and beyond.


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9. Tom Moran

Chairman, president and CEO of Mutual of America, Tom Moran grew up in Staten Island, one of three children of an Irish-Italian-American mother and an Irish-American father, with roots in Counties Fermanagh and Tipperary. He has been a very influential player in the Irish peace process, reaching across both communities and becoming a frequent visitor to Northern Ireland.

Moran has always been a hard worker. At 14, he began his first job as a janitor at his high school. While attending Manhattan College, he drove a cab during the night shift. Through these diverse work experiences, he learned valuable lessons and developed the beliefs that continue to influence his life and work today.

After earning his degree in mathematics, Moran began working at Mutual of America in 1975. His first responsibility there was to “paperclip anything that needed to be signed” whenever a pension had been sold. He has been president and CEO since 1994, and chairman of the board since 2005.

Mr Moran is currently chairman of Concern Worldwide (US). He serves on the boards of directors of the American Cancer Society Foundation, the Greater New York Council of the Boy Scouts of America, Channel Thirteen WNET, and the National Committee on American Foreign Policy.

He is a member of. the Irish Government’s Economic Advisory Board; the board of the Irish Chamber of Commerce in the USA; and the Ireland-US Council for Commerce & Industry. He served as a member of the board of Aer Lingus.

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Moran, Tom [MC1974]

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JFACEBOOK: Hartmann, George [MC1981] the new fingerprinting rules


[JR: Shows as new in Google today  ]

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TSPE - Texas Society of Professional Engineers shared a link.
January 8

Upcoming Meeting - Ethics Presentation

11:30 AM, HESS Club
5430 Westheimer Road Houston, TX 77056

Join us January 14, 2014 to receive your Ethics PDHs! Mr. George Hartmann, P.E., of the Texas Board of Professional Engineers will be providing an ethics course valid for 1 PDH credit . He will provide information about the new fingerprinting rules and other board changes.

REGISTER HERE: https://docs.google.com/a/tspehouston.org/spreadsheet/viewform?formkey=dExQWUNOb2dQVWliNEE2ZG5DNTBrWmc6MA#gid=0

Bio: George P. Hartmann, P.E. is a Licensing Project Manager at the Texas Board of Professional Engineers in Austin. He has been with the Board for ten years. Previously he worked with the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, and predecessor agencies. He has also worked with Huntsman Corporation; and two environmental engineering consulting firms. He is a 1981 graduate of Manhattan College with a Bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering.

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Hartmann, George [MC1981]

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JFOUND: Breen, Patrick B. MD [MC1989] Anesthesiology Abington Health PA 19001



Breen, Patrick B.  MD [MC1989]
Abington Health
Accepting new patients.
Abington Health
1200 Old York Road
Abington, PA 19001



Hospital Affiliation

Abington Memorial Hospital
Lansdale Hospital

Educational Background

Manhattan College, Undergraduate
University Of Pittsburgh, Medical School


Abington Memorial Hospital, Internal Medicine
University of Pennsylvania, Anesthesiology
Temple University Hospital, Anesthesiology


UMDNJ - R W Johnson Medical School, Cardiac Anesthesiology

Board Certification

American Board of Anesthesiology

Office Information

United Anesthesia Services
1200 Old York Rd
Abington, Pennsylvania 19001
Office: 215-481-2336

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JNEWS: McCabe, Bob [MC1983] BoD Feeding South Florida



Bob McCabe Appointed to Feeding South Florida’s Board of Directors
January 15, 2014

Paco Vélez, CEO of Feeding South Florida™, is pleased to announce that Bob McCabe, a resident of Palm Beach, Fla., has been appointed to Feeding SouthFlorida’s Board of Directors for one three-year term.

The Board of Directors at Feeding South Florida is a dedicated and passionate group of individuals committed to the mission of ending hunger in South Florida. According to Feeding South Florida’s records, 949,910 individuals in South Florida struggle to put food on the table; 296,600 of those are children. The food insecurity rate in SouthFlorida is 17 percent, with Florida having the fifth highest food insecurity rate in the United States.

“We are delighted that Bob is a member of our Board of Directors,” said Vélez. “Not only is he a respected businessman, but also dedicates his time to help the local non-profit community. He is a great asset in furthering our mission to end hunger in South Florida.”

McCabe is executive director, branch manager for Morgan Stanley’s West Palm Beach offices, located at 777 South Flagler Dr. He has over 29 years of experience in the finance field.

For the past two years, he hasbeen involved with volunteering at Feeding South Florida’s headquarters in Pembroke Park. For several years, he has also been advocating for the homeless at The Lord’s Place in West Palm Beach, Fla.; and for The Haven, a home for underprivileged boys in Palm Beach County, Fla.

McCabe holds a Bachelor of Science in economics and finance from Manhattan College in Riverdale, N.Y. He has lived in Florida for 17 years.

“I’m honored to be a part of Feeding South Florida’s Board of Directors,” said McCabe. “I feel that it’s very important to make a difference, and to be involved with an organization that is so truly committed to service in our local community.”

About Feeding South Florida™

Feeding South Florida’s mission is to end hunger in South Florida by providing immediate access to nutritious food, leading hunger and poverty advocacy efforts, and transforming lives through innovative programming and education. Through a local network of approximately 350 nonprofit partner agencies, Feeding South Florida strives to serve the almost 1 million individuals in need, including 296,600 children, older adults and the working poor, in Palm Beach, Broward, Miami-Dade and Monroe Counties. As a member of Feeding America, the nation’s leading hunger relief charity with 202 food banks in the network, Feeding South Florida is the sole Feeding America food bank in South Florida, and the largest in the state, distributing nearly 35 million pounds of food annually. For more information on how you can get involved with Feeding South Florida, visit www.feedingsouthflorida.org, call 954.518.1818 or follow Feeding South Florida on Facebook at facebook.com/FeedingSFL and Twitter at twitter.com/FeedingSFL.

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McCabe, Bob [MC????]

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Dear John,

I believe that Bob is a member of the Class of 1983,


McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

McCabe, Bob [MC1983]

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JNEWS: Hayduk, Nathalie Lacoma [MC1992] new job Director of Oncology Product Supply at Wyeth Biotech



Nathalie Hayduk has a new job.
Now CoDevelopment Team Leader at Pfizer.

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Hayduk, Nathalie Lacoma [MC1992] 
Director of Oncology Product Supply at Wyeth Biotech
Greater Boston Area


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JLINKEDIN: Seaman, David C. Jr. [MC2001] Cardiac Surgery Senior Sales Specialist at Medtronic CardioVascular



Seaman, David C. Jr. [MC2001]
Cardiac Surgery Senior Sales Specialist at Medtronic CardioVascular
Greater New York City Area
Medical Devices

Twenty plus years in sales, primarily focused in the healthcare industry and Medical Device Sales. Consistently exceeded sales quota by selling concepts and solutions at high levels. Two time President’s Club Award Winner. Team oriented, focused, and professional. Responds well to challenges and stress. Excellent interpersonal skills, and exceptional oral and written presentation and communication skills. Proven and creative problem solver with sound business judgment and a customer centric win/win approach. Highly intelligent individual, who possesses strong integrity, personal character, and an exceptional work ethic.

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JEMAIL: Toner, Mike (MC1972) remembers McEntegart, Eileen F. [MCxtrustee RIP]


Dear f. John,

I had the pleasure of meeting former trustee, Eileen, and her sisters a few years ago at their home in Katonah. Their cousin, Fr. Peter Worn from Syracuse, is a very good friend. They were all charming women with old school grace and hospitality. I think it is of note that Eileen was an IT executive in an era when women in that field were few and far between. I should also ask for prayers for Eileen’s two sisters who were in a serious automobile accident during Eileen's final illness.

It may also be of note that the sisters’ uncle was Bryan Joseph McEntagart, the fourth bishop of the Diocese of Brooklyn. Bishop McEntagart was also a 1913 BA graduate of alma mater. Prior to becoming
Bishop of Brooklyn, Jasper McEntagart served on White House committees on child welfare under Presidents Hoover and Roosevelt. In 1941 he was elected Chairman of Catholic Charities and later served as the first executive director of Catholic Relief Services. He was also rector of the Catholic University of America before becoming Bishop of Brooklyn in 1957 where he served until 1968, the year of his death.

Thanks, as always for your work as CIC.

mike toner
BEE '72
Buffalo, NY

> Obituary

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Toner, Mike (MC1972)

[JR: Thanks for your remembrance. And your kind words about my CICing.]

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PRAYERSREQUESTED: Colon, Philip J. (MC1962) directs our prayers to a retreat group member


Good Evening All,

Your prayers are needed Dave Ellis, a good friend to many of us, one of our newest members of our Retreat Team and Prayer Group. Dave is suffering from an Asthma Attack triggered while on a family vacation celebrating Christmas. High altitude caused the problem now exacerbated by difficulty breathing and not getting sufficient Oxygen. We pray for a complete recovery. Please keep Dave and his family in your prayers. Thank you. God Bless.

Phil Colon

Colon, Philip J. (MC1962)

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ENDNOTE: Not “authentic Jersey corruption”; just typical



SundayReview | OP-ED COLUMNIST
Thunder Road
JAN. 11, 2014
Maureen Dowd

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A cascade of subsequent outraged denials about transgressive behavior delivered with bravado and finger wagging, from Gary Hart to Bill Clinton to John Edwards to Anthony Weiner, has persuaded me that politicians — who are narcissists and, in essence, actors stuck in the same role — can persuasively tell the big lie if they believe their futures are on the line.

The Christie saga is still unraveling. Maybe he was a dupe in the dark. Maybe the man in the fleece jacket is fleecing us. Let’s just say, I’m not yet permitting him in my circle of trust.

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“Bridge-gate” to me is a never ending continuation of politicians showing their true colors.

It also exposes the media’s left orientation. How many Obama, Hillary, and Bill Clinton stories have been spikes, buried, ignored, or justified away.

So D or R, it doesn’t matter; they (99%) are all cut from the same cloth.

My take is that this was a non-clever way to pay back and enemy.

Sadly, nothing is going to change until “The Sheeple” wake up and break the D / R or R / D monopoly.

That’s why I am going to move to New Hampshire as part of the “Free State Project” http://freestateproject.org and change a small “Purple” state to a “Gold” state.

(Despite the cold weather!)

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