Jo Silken '69 received the National Athletic Trainers Association (NATA) College and University Athletic Trainers Head Athletic Trainer of the Year Award in the Community College division. Jo works at Skyline College in San Bruno, CA, and will have worked in the district for 30 years at the end of this school year.
Annette Glassner '73 is the Associate Director of Grants Management at Heartland Human Care Services Inc., Youth and Residential Services. She has two children, Dr. Shoshana Lewin and Daniel Goldman. They are both married. Shoshana has three children, Rena, 5, Temima, 3 ½, and Avraham 20 months. Daniel has one child, Penina 7 weeks.
Chris Kenneally '73, Fayetteville-Manlius High School boys lacrosse coach, has been named to the upstate New York chapter of the U.S. Lacrosse Hall of Fame in recognition of his outstanding service to the game. Kenneally has 35 years of lacrosse coaching experience, with the last 15 years as head coach at F-M.
Rosemarie Ruck '75 and her husband, Don, just celebrated their 50th Wedding Anniversary on November 8th. Their children gifted them with a trip to the National Parks of the West and a party at their new home located in Byron, NY. In 2006, she played an instrumental role in developing a new adult literacy program in Orleans County called Orleans County Adult Learning Services (OCALS). It became a non-profit organization in 2007. The organization recently created a Family Literacy Program to fill in the void left when the government-funded Even Start Program was discontinued in August 2007.
Jim "Jimbo" Barbarino '79 would like to see if there is any interest in organizing a Long Island gathering. If interested, please email Jimbo at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Michael Duffy '80 was named chief water filtration plant operator for the city of Cohoes, NY.
Cmdr. Richard Lorenzen '82 is currently the operations officer, Coast Guard Air Station, Clearwater, FL. Lorenzen also is a member of MOAA's Active Duty, National Guard, and Reserve Advisory Committee. A career military officer and aviator, he has served more than eight years active duty with the US Army and 15 years with the US Coast Guard.
Greg Valero '87 was appointed commercial director of B2B Magazines at Reed Elsevier.
Rob Friedman '89 will be one of the seven officials to officiate the first-ever Maryland Crab Bowl that will take place on Dec. 20 and will feature the best senior high school football players from around the state. The event's organizers picked an officiating crew to match the players' high profiles. Friedman, a USA Football officiating member and a member of the Maryland Board of Football Officials, is in his ninth season as an official.
Michael Marra '90 was named the NJCAA Region XV D-II Baseball Coach of the Year for 2008 for leading Sullivan CCC to the school's first ever Regional Championship in only its third year of existence. Marra will accept the award at the American Baseball Coaches Association Hall of Fame Dinner in San Diego on January 3rd. This fall he took a physical education teaching job and varsity baseball coaching position at Monticello High School.
David Zorn '92 was recently named managing director of the Finger Lakes Wired Governing Board. Zorn also serves as executive director of the Genesee Finger Lakes Regional Planning Council, a position he will continue to hold. Zorn has been a member of both the Governing Board and Steering Committee of Finger Lakes Wired since its establishment in 2006. He has been with the Genesee/Finger Lakes Regional Planning Council almost 14 years and has served as executive director for almost six years. The council's program areas include economic, development, regional, local and water resources planning and data, technology and resource center.
Cindy Coleman '96 has been hired as a clinical instructor in the Department of Nursing at Alfred State College. She teaches in the skills lab, in clinical situations, and in the classroom. Prior to joining the ASC faculty, Coleman served as a family nurse practitioner at St. James Mercy Health in Hornell. Coleman and her spouse, Paul, are the parents of four adult children.
Tranell N. Guthrie '97 is currently serving as Special Assistant, Office of the Administrator, Maryland Transit Administration in Baltimore, MD.
Lisa B. (Hastings) Marlowe '99 was presented The Perry Education Professional Award, named after Corning Community College's first president, William L. Perry. Marlowe teaches Spanish at Wayne Central High School.
Pertina P. Reid '03 received her Master's of Public Administration, Specialization in Health Care Policy, in May 2008. She also was promoted to the Quality Management Coordinator for Visiting Nurse Regional (VNR) Home Care Services in Brooklyn, NY.
Vanessa Martell '04 received the Rochester Runner of the Year title for a second time.
Kevin Collins 'o5 serves a dual role with the Portland Pirates (American Hockey League). Not only does he set up and monitor the off-ice training program for every Portland player, but during the games he also provides the coaching staff with a bird's-eye view of the action while producing a video history of each player's performance.
David Cohen '05 recently got a new job with the Pima County Sheriff's Department as a Corrections Officer. He also was just married on December 12th.
Jason Whitbeck '00 married Rebecca Marie Barsky on October 18, in Manchester, VT.
Francis (Bud) DeTar '70
Patricia A. Lippa '66
Leslie G. Woodhead '67
Dr. Orlo "Lee" Derby
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