Nicolas Verzella '50 was inducted into the New York State Senate Veterans Hall of Fame in June and the East Rochester High School Athletic Wall of Fame in July.
John Alessi '67 will be inducted into the Section 5 Wrestling Hall of Fame this February.
Rev. D. Gregory Van Dussen '69 is now an adjunct professor at Northeastern Seminary at Roberts Wesleyan College.
Frederick Stoss '74 was selected to speak at the Green Aruba II Conference, which was an international forum inviting Dutch, American, Caribbean and other international players to share their expertise on alternative energy technologies and strategies for sharing that innovative expertise among a broadly defined community of stockholders.
Carleen Bedell Roberts '79 is trying to find out the Kay's nursing cap style number worn from 77-79 at Brockport. Please contact the alumni office if you are able to help.
Kenneth Pokalsky '80 was promoted to Vice President of Government Affairs at The Business Council of New York State, Inc.
Melinda Bowe '83 received a promotion as partner in the Labor and Employment, Education, Municipal, and Government Relations Practices at the law firm Hancock Estabrook, LLP, in Upstate New York.
Mary Cook '87 was selected as Soccer Coach of the Year by the National Deaf Interscholastic Athletics Association for her work as the varsity soccer coach at Rochester School for the Deaf.
Lisa Orlando '93 received the distinction of National Board Certified Teacher, the highest credential a classroom teacher can receive. It allows teachers another opportunity to demonstrate their commitment to their learning community, students and profession.
Chuck Dorgan '96 will be performing with his band, Master Thieves, at 58 Main in Brockport on March 3. For more information click here.
Melissa Bernstein-George '97 was awarded the First Lieutenant John A. Shaffer Memorial Award and Junior Chamber International Senatorship. These awards pay tribute to an outstanding New York State Jaycee member and are the highest honor bestowed by the Junior Chamber International.
Daniel Varrenti '98 received an award from Brockport's police union, the Stetson Club, for his dedication to the Brockport Police Department over the past 10 years.
Melissa Martin Crocetta '01 is a Senior Education Specialist in the Professional Development Program at SUNY Albany.
Donna Klick '03 received the distinction of National Board Certified Teacher, the highest credential a classroom teacher can receive. It allows teachers another opportunity to demonstrate their commitment to their learning community, students and profession.
Nathaniel Ruder '05 received the distinction of National Board Certified Teacher, the highest credential a classroom teacher can receive. It allows teachers another opportunity to demonstrate their commitment to their learning community, students and profession.
Hazel Sloper '07 has successfully completed her requirements to practice as a Certified Public Accountant.
Courtney Waters '10 started working at Southern Tier West Regional Planning and Development Board in November.
Jessica Moore '11 was selected as the director of programming and outreach at the Springville Center for the Arts in Western New York.
Rachel Noel '10 and Vitaliy Basisty tied the knot on Jan. 14, 2012.
James Feller '02 and Noelle Ciriello Feller '02 welcomed their twins, Eliah Herbert and Madison Walker, on Aug. 28, 2011.
Kelly Vergin '89 and Staci Vergin welcomed their baby boy, Colton John Vergin, on Dec. 19, 2011.
Chris Betteridge '73
Dean Dymond '53
Susan Helser '81
Jared McCabe Palmer '00
Dorothy Seely '46
J. Lucile Staahl '42
Patricia Trabold-DiPinto '76
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Pictures from our alumni event with the Red Wings.
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