Mario DiSciullo '60 is retiring from a professorship at St. John's University and recently had a book published entitled, Secrets I Never Told My Children.
Stephen Roland '72 & '75 is a retired Lieutenant of the F.D.N.Y. and was awarded the 2008 Instructor of Distinction Award from Keiser University.
Bob Casullo '73, former Syracuse University assistant and a veteran of more than three decades of coaching in high school, college and the National Football League, has returned to Syracuse as the Orange's assistant head coach, special teams coordinator and tight ends coach.
Don Troudy '73 was named Vice President of Human Resources at Everett Charles Technologies, a Dover Company located in Pomona, CA. Don is a former member of Brockport's Peace Corps College Degree Program – Group VI.
Fred Ciaburri '74 is retiring in 2010 after a long career as a coach and athletic director in the Palmyra-Macedon School District.
Nora Garza '77 has earned re-certification of the Project Management Professional (PMP). The PMP credential recognizes demonstrated knowledge and skill in leading and directing project teams and in delivering project results through education, experience and examination. The PMP credential is awarded by the Project Management Institute. In addition, Garza is a 1995 Fellow of the National Hispana Leadership Institute (NHLI) and a 1996 Olympic Torchbearer. The one year NHLI Fellowship is an Executive Leadership Program to study leadership and change. Held in conjunction with the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University and the Center for Creative Leadership, NHLI's Executive Leadership Program (ELP) is the premier leadership development training for Latinas in the United States. ELP is a four-week intensive leadership program that spans nine months and is implemented in four cities. This intensive learning experience provides training in strategic management, public policy, and cultural issues. Garza was selected because of her outstanding community service record which includes service to the Greater Rochester Community. Garza also attended this year's 2008 NHLI Executive Leadership Training and Mujer Awards conference in Orlando, FL, to continue her studies in leadership and change. Garza works for a recognized government contractor where she holds the position of Sr. Business AnalystWinston Mitchell '79, the News Director/Producer of Transit Transit News Magazine, has been nominated for his fourth Emmy award (Best Magazine Program category) for: 75th Anniversary of The A Train, October 2007.
Karen Feeley '82 of Poughkeepsie joined All Sport Fishkill as senior program director. Feeley will oversee the summer day camp and aquatic programs including the All Sport Outdoor Park. She also will be involved in youth program development. Before joining the All Sport staff, Feeley worked at the Dutchess County YMCA where she was responsible for the YMCA's program department, including aquatics, day camp, sports and recreation and family programs.
Scott McKenzie '84, the Juniata College head women's soccer coach, was selected chair of the NCAA Division III Women's Soccer Committee, during the committee's recent meeting in Indianapolis, IN. McKenzie served as the committee's vice chair for the past 12 months and has been a member of the NCAA Women's Soccer Committee since 2006. The NCAA Division III Women's Soccer Committee is responsible for all oversight of Division III women's soccer, including selection of teams for the national championship bracket and administration of the tournament. McKenzie's 12-month term as chair will officially begin on September 1, 2009. McKenzie recently concluded his ninth season as head women's soccer coach at Juniata. He has guided the Eagles to three straight winning seasons, a program first. Juniata finished the 2008 campaign with a 9-6-1 mark and reached the Landmark Conference Tournament for the second year in a row. The 2007 squad earned the first post-season berths in program history by earning slots in both the Landmark and ECAC South Region tournaments.
Carole Messina-Provost '84 was recently featured in the Rochester Democrat & Chronicle displaying the kitchen of her Rodessa Road residence as a shrine to her favorite movie, The Wizard of Oz.
Jeff Schlagenhauf '90 has been coaching the girls basketball team at Oakfield-Alabama for 18 years. Three years ago, Schlagenhauf took over as the school's athletic director. As a basketball coach, Schlagenhauf has led the Hornets to five Genesee Region League division titles and a Section 5 championship in 1995. He also has been named GR coach of the year four times.
Dana Hansen Chavis '92, an attorney with Federal Defender Services of Eastern Tennessee, which she describes as "like a public defender in federal court," argued a case before the U.S. Supreme Court that she has been working on since 1998.
Richard Deming '93 is pleased to announce that his first book of poetry, Let's Not Call it Consequence, was selected by poet Martha Ronk as winner of the Poetry Society of America's 2009 Norma Farber First Book Award. Details and Ronk's citation are online at: http://beineckepoetry.wordpress.com/2009/03/09/deming-farber-award/
Steve Rosenberg '94 has been promoted to Assistant Principal at Kingwood High School in Kingwood, Texas.
Michael Swanson '96 recently started working for EnviroTech as a consultant for environmental services.
Amy Knowllon '99 married Joseph Jay Gaca and is working as an ER nurse in North Carolina.
Antonio Mastroberardino '02 received his PhD in mathematics from the University at Buffalo in May 2008 and is currently an assistant professor of mathematics at Penn State Erie, The Behrend College.
Jennifer Panek '03 works at WABC-TV in New York City as a News Producer and Writer.
Pertina Reid '03 received her master's degree in public administration with a specialization in health care policy. She is currently working as a Quality Management/Medical Records Coordinator at VNR Home Care Services in New York City.
Stephanie Baker '06 recently began working as a medical transcriptionist.
Andy Collier '06, A teacher at Tyburn Academy of Mary Immaculate, is helping develop a course on radio and producing short radio spots to introduce high school students to that form of media. Collier is going through his notes and past homework assignments from classes taken at Brockport to construct the course, which is expected to be unveiled in the next few weeks.
Joanne Yanulevich '00 married Michael Kwarciany on September 18, 2008.Stephanie Baker '06 married Zachary Carrico on June 28, 2008..
Samantha Schanne Fisher '95 and husband, Spencer, announce the birth of their twins, Mikaela and Sebastian, on October 8, 2007. They also are the grandchildren of John L. Lawrence '74.Catherine Sielawa Wilson '04 and husband, Matthew, announce the birth of a daughter, Stephanie Catherine, on November 26, 2008.
Catherine A. Lorson '34
Jane L. Weber '37
Lillian H. Brady '52
M. Joseph Schroeder '60
Robert J. Molinari '62
Judith Etra Adrezin '69
Roseann M. Cialella '69
Major Robert H. Bentley '70
Susan M. (Noack) Gavenda '71
Sister Bernice Staub '72
Jeanne Jacobson '73
Sally A. Jones '73
Caren L. Lewis '90
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William B. Nestle '40 and Professor Emeritus, Education (1948-79)
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