Dick Cornell '62 spent the summer teaching a graduate class on International Issues on-location across China. He also attended the annual Congress of the International Council for Educational Media (www.icem-cime.org) in Poitiers, France, followed by the annual conference of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology (www.aect.org). In both websites you may find additional references to his work. If you would like more information, please visit his home page, at http://pegasus.cc.ucf.edu/~cornell/.
Barbara Chandler '71 is currently the SE Regional Representative for the Helen Keller National Center, which provides services for individuals who are both deaf and blind.
Paul J. Giannone '74 has been named the Deputy Director of Global Disease Detection and Emergency Response at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Last year he made several trips to Vietnam to set up their pandemic flu plans. In 1970, he was a public health advisor in Hue City, and in 2008, was a senior public health advisor in Hanoi.
Kathleen Turner '77 has been named Vice President of Market Development at Office Media Network, Inc.
Mackey J. Tyndall, Capt, USAF/Ret.'77 is getting ready for the Walt Disney World Weekend. It consists of a 5k on Friday, a Half Marathon on Saturday, and a Full Marathon on Sunday. He has done all three races since its inception in 2006, and at this point is the only person who has completed the three race weekend each year. He will be going to the National Duathlon Championships at the end of April hoping to qualify for the World Championships this year in Concord, NC. He also is training for the National Short Course Duathlon Championships in Richmond, VA and hopes to vie for the World Short Course Duathlon Championships in Concord, NC. His accomplishments include wins at the US National Triathlon Championships in 2007 in the T-1 (Handcycle) Division, and the 2007 World Long Course Duathlon Championships in the T-1 Division.
Thomas K. Hagood '78 recently published his third book, Legacy in Dance Education: Essays and Interviews on Values, Practices and People with Cambria Press.
Bill Gorrow '79 was named the new men's lacrosse coach at Wesley College (DE).
Martha VanNoppen '79 has recently retired from Duke University Medical Center. She now enjoys photography, painting and gardening.
D. Jean Lang '82 retired in 2001 from Manchester-Shortsville Central School. She now tutors in two Rochester Public Schools, and works with a high school student at the School Without Walls. Lang also is doing family focus therapy one night a week at Manchester-Shortsville School through a three-year state grant awarded to the Canandaigua, Marcus-Whitman, Mid-Lakes and Manchester-Shortsville School Districts.
Michael Whyland '86 will serve as Congressman Dan Maffei's District Office Director and Communications Director, based out of the Syracuse office. During Maffei's 2008 campaign, Whyland served as Communications Director. He also managed Maffei's 2006 campaign. Prior to the Maffei campaign, Whyland served as a Press Officer for former Governor Eliot Spitzer and as a political director for Local 1199 of the Service Employees International Union. He also served as Communications Director for the Syracuse-based environmental engineering firm Blasland, Bouck & Lee Inc. A former Special Assistant to New York State Assembly Speaker Saul Weprin, Whyland also worked for the Assembly's House Operations Committee.
Stacey Reed-MacGregor '88 serves as executive director for Petra Place, a non-profit counseling center, located in Rochester. Petra Place offers a variety of classes, including marital troubles, divorce, addiction, depression, grief, family dynamics and even bullying. Clients pay on a sliding scale, depending on their income. For more information, call (585) 362-0795 or visit petraplace.org.
Pete Rogers '89 is the equipment manager for the Nashville Predators of the National Hockey League. He recently reached a major milestone: working in his 1,500th game in professional hockey. He was instrumental in redesigning the Predators locker room to one of the best configurations in the National Hockey League. In his 11th season with the Predators, Rogers assists with the daily equipment needs of the players as well as the coordination and transfer of equipment to and from road games. He also works with the NHL to ensure compliance with programs concerning equipment tracking, jersey authentication and on-ice exposure.
Josh Silber '93 is pleased to announce the founding of Abend & Silber, PLLC. Abend & Silber is a full-service law firm with a core litigation practice located in Manhattan. For more information, visit www.abendsilber.com.
David Nieman '97 is leaving his position as the Canandaigua varsity football coach to become an administrator at Canandaigua High School.
Jennifer L. Arbore '98 has been admitted as a partner in the certified public accounting firm, EFP Group. Arbore is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA), the New York Society of Certified Public Accountants (NYSSCPA) and the Not-for-Profit Services Association (NSA). Arbore's community involvement includes service as co-chair of the Business Department Alumni Board at The College at Brockport, as an advisor on the United Way of Greater Rochester's Operating Practices Advisory Committee, and as a member of the YWCA Audit Committee. She lives in Webster with her husband, Salvatore.
Courtne M. Murphy '00 has been promoted to the rank of SGT in the Army and has come to the end of her 15-month tour in Iraq. She is expected to return to Ft. Hood, Texas soon. Courtne also is engaged to Christopher Gabriel.
Ellen Wayne '04 has been named Executive Director of Catholic Charities of the Finger Lakes.
Nick Pallotta '05 is currently working for the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture/National Agricultural Statistics Service as an Agricultural Statistician.
Tara Avery Pallotta '05 works for The Lawrence Journal World in the graphic design department.
Sueann Wells '06 is pleased to announce the release of a collection of her poetry, "Awake Before Dawn" through FootHills Publishing.
Jesse Q. Batz '07 recently completed U.S. Navy basic training at Recruit Training Command, Great Lakes, IL. During the eight-week program, Batz completed a variety of training, which included classroom study and practical instruction on naval customs, first aid, firefighting, water safety and survival, and shipboard and aircraft safety.
Kelly Sabetta '07 is Founder and President of Betta Book Publishing, which specializes in helping authors achieve their dream of publishing. Betta Book Publishing offers personalized and customized services, allowing authors to create their own publishing package suitable to their needs. To learn more about Betta Book Publishing, please contact Kelly Sabetta via email, email@example.com, or by visiting www.bettabookpublishing.com.
Nick Pallotta '05 married Tara Avery '05 on August 26th, 2007.
Julie Calkins Murawski '99 and husband, Justin, are happy to announce the birth of their daughter, Lillian "Lily" Lin Murawski on December 5, 2008.
Rachel Skelly O'Donnell '03 and her husband, SSGT Robert, are happy to announce the birth of their daughter, Kayla Rose, on July 16th, 2008.
Catherine M. Wilson '04 and her husband, Matthew, announce the birth of their daughter, Stephanie, on November 26th, 2008.
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