Victor Giardinelli '50 has been selected for induction into the Riverside County (CA) Education Hall of Fame.
Mary Pat O'Reilly '58 retired from Colgate University's Writing Department. In her spare time, Mary Pat enjoys marathon canoe racing; captaining a triathlon team, "Hard Times," which dominated age group 40 + Mixed (three guys and Mary) from 1985 to 2001; and being a gold medalist in U.S. Masters Swimming from 1992 to 1995.
Dick Cornell '62 will be returning to China for the 4th year to teach a class: eLearning International Issues, in conjunction with the University of Texas at Brownsville. Having retired from UCF in Orlando, FL, Dick spends most of his time traveling to Asia and Europe.Becky Smith '64, former Executive Director of the American Association for Health Education, was named Senior Advisor at HealthTeacher. Smith will serve in an advisory capacity to HealthTeacher and act as liaison with educators and other health education organizations. She will be stepping into the role of Vice President of the Foundation for the Advancement of Health Education as a volunteer member of the Board.
Rosemary Callard-Szulgit '73 will be having the 2nd edition of her first book, Parenting and Teaching the Gifted, released August 2010. Her other book publications include: Perfectionism and Gifted Children, Teaching the Gifted In An Inclusion Classroom: Activities That Work, Mind-Bending Math and Science Activities for the Gifted, and Twice-Exceptional Kids.
Carol DuPre '73 came back to The College at Brockport in the Fall of 2008 as a Diversity Fellowship recipent. She received her Master's Degree in Creative Writing during the 2010 commencement at the ripe old age of 63.
John Wemett '77/'80 formally retired from the Marine Corps and Marine Corps Reserve on March 1, after 30 years of service as an infantry officer. He is currently continuing his civilian teaching career as a fifth-grade teacher at Weldon Elementary School in Clovis, CA.
Craig Avery '78, founder and owner of Erdco Development, LLC, bought property at 451 Third Street in Niagara Falls. Built in 1928, the 13,049- square foot commercial row building is currently split between retail and storage space. The Lewiston-based commercial real estate developer now plans to redevelop the building for restaurants, retail space and eight apartments.
Susan Cathcart MacDonald '80 recently finished her doctorate in Education at St. John's University.
Bridget Shumway '81 is founder and CEO of the Rochester area's largest child care company, Generations. Generations strives to provide intergenerational care and programming within a loving and supportive environment. It has seven urban and suburban locations; 500 enrolled children, ages six weeks to 12 years; 195 employees; and 20 enrolled seniors. The company has grown from 120 employees and four centers since 2005.
Jo Anne Antonacci '84 has been named the Monroe 2-Orleans BOCES new district superintendent. Antonacci, who joined BOCES as a speech and language teacher 32 years ago, will serve as the organizations' sixth-ever superintendent, and its first female leader.
David Damelio '85 was inducted into the Aquinas Institute Athletics Hall of Fame on May 2.
Mark Sundquist '87 was promoted to sergeant of the Greece Police Department.
John Henderson '90 was promoted to lieutenant of the Greece Police Department.
Brian Uhrmacher '90 was promoted to captain of the Greece Police Department.
Gary J. Harrington '91 was promoted to senior probation officer, Cortland County Probation Department, and placed in charge of Intensive DWI Supervision, Drug Treatment Court Team, and Integrated Domestic Violence Court Team.
Steven Chatterton '92 was promoted to captain of the Greece Police Department.
Dana Hansen Chavis '92 was the speaker at the Finger Lakes Community College 42nd commencement ceremony, held on May 15 at the Constellation Brands-Marvin Sands Performing Arts Center.
Jason Helfer '02 was promoted to Lieutenant of the Greece Police Department.Michael Furness '09 was named Alternatives to Incarceration Coordinator for the Orleans County Sheriff's Office.
Debra Petzold '02 and Adam Petzold '02 announce the birth of their first child, Gavin, born in February.
Kerri Mandelaro '91 and Jim Mandelaro announce the birth of their daughter, Sophie, who joins big brother, Matthew.
Sonia Abrahams '55
Daniel N. Bromley '75
Marguerite Hare ("Peg") Browne '44
Robert Doty '67
Mary G. Janes '58
Robert V. Mulligan '71
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