Pfingstag, MA '76, PhD '80 presented "The
Arts of Advent: A Visual Journey" at the Arts and Humanities
Series at Blue Ridge Community College. The presentation focused
on art heralding the birth of Jesus Christ as well as detailing
early events in his life as portrayed by artists in Italy, Germany,
France, Spain and England.
Timothy S. Stone, MA '81 is the principal
of StoneHill Environmental, Inc., in Portsmouth, N.H.
M. Gras, MS '90 of Otsego Mutal Fire Insurance Company
has been named "Insurance Man of the Year" by the Council
of Insurance Brokers of Greater New York, Inc.
Catherine Gridley, MBA '92 has been appointed president
of Smiths Aerospace's customer services business, which serves
more than 1,400 customers in 140 countries. Smiths Aerospace, a
part of Smiths Group, is a leading transatlantic aerospace equipment
and systems company with nearly $2 billion in sales and more than
10,000 staff in Europe and North America.
Steven M. Dir, MA '93 was chosen Camden County High
School's Teacher of the Year, and Camden County System Teacher
of the Year.
Mark Ashe, MA '97, previously employed at Ithaca
High School, is now a social studies teacher in the Cape Elizabeth
School Department in Cape Elizabeth, Maine.
Morgana Kellythorne, MA '99 writes: "After
obtaining a law degree from the University of Victoria, I spent
a wonderful year working as a law clerk to the Chief Justice of
the Supreme Court of Canada in Ottawa. I am now enjoying the challenge
of a varied practice in commercial litigation and public law with
the Toronto office of Borden Ladner Gervais LLP. My husband, Ruggero
Racca, and I continue to have a great time together raising Stella
Vincenza, now 3."
writes that he has great memories of attending Harpur College. The
training and recommendation that he received from Dean Bartle enabled
him to have a successful job with Burroughs, now called Unisys.
He worked with the company for 32 years and has been retired for
22 years. John met his wife, Mary, in the second month of school,
and they celebrated their 57th wedding anniversary September 21,
2004. They have a son, a daughter and three grandsons.
Andronico writes: "I want to thank you for the wonderful
weekend at the Alumni Golden Anniversary (at Homecoming). I could
not be more proud to be called an alumnus of Harpur College. The
events were beautiful and well done. The administration, former
faculty members and fellow alumni were great. The present day students
impress me with their enthusiasm and school spirit."
Robert Gottsfield reached the venerable age of
70 and mandatory retirement from active status as a judge in March
2005. He served the Maricopa County Superior Court since 1980. In
his honor, an administrative order assigned him to "Division
1" from January 3, 2005, until his retirement. In addition,
he will continue in special assignment trying cases as long as he
Raymond T. Flanigan writes: "Winter home
is in North Carolina. In the summer (May -- Sept.) we have
a neat log cabin just outside Warrensburgh, N.Y., on the Hudson.
Phone at the cabin is 518-494-4760. Call or just stop by; lots of
room at both locations."
Joel Kellman has been appointed to the board of
directors of Intarcia Therapeutics Inc. He is a founding managing
director of Granite Global Ventures in addition to being a founder
and longtime partner of the Silicon Valley law firm, Fenwick &
Mary Ellen Burns Lyon reports that her husband,
Jim Lyon, is a photographer at Eastman Kodak Company in Rochester.
Her daughter, Jessica, is a Latin teacher and track coach at Harley
School, Rochester, and her son, Miles, is a biochemist and computer
scientist in Albany. She writes, "If anyone has heard from
Karen Ferris Whitman or Laurita Whitford,
class of '63, we'd like to hear from them."
Ronald E. Jarmuth writes: "I
miraculously survived the 9/11 attack on the Pentagon when the plane
hit my Pentagon office."
Susan Kent has been appointed director and chief executive
of the branch libraries at New York Public Library. She began her
career at the New York Public Library in 1965.
Mark Nesoff has been named to the Business Development
Board of Hudson Valley Bank. He is currently Of Counsel to the law
firm of Rand Rosenzweig Smith Radley Gordon & Burstein, LLP
in New York.
George B. Seymour reports that after 28 years as
a biology teacher, he has spent the last five years as the K-12
science coordinator at the Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake schools in
upstate N.Y. He writes: "My wife and I have two daughters,
one a recent grad at New Paltz and the younger one a freshman at
UMass at Amherst. I would love to hear from old friends at email@example.comL.neric.org."
Barry M. Cohen writes: "Still married for
32 years to Bonnie Cohen. I have been a judge since 1991 and served
as chairman of Palm Beach County Canvassing Board during the November
election -- There were no ‘hanging chads.'"
Reidy, MBA '75 has
joined the Product and Strategy unit of MISYS Corporation, a global
banking software company. He lives in Oceanside with his wife, Kathleen,
a registered nurse, and their two daughters, Mary Ellen, a junior
at Penn State, and Anne Marie, a high school freshman.
Mark H. Bloch writes: "After three years
in Greenville, S.C., and five more in Charleston, we headed west
for Utah. Janet works at the Huntsman Cancer Center; Ben is at the
Air Force Academy; Rebecca is a senior at Indiana University; I'm
looking for work!"
George Laurance Funkhouser III writes that he has
a 21-year-old daughter named Holly. He is in the business of auctioneering
and buying/selling precious metals, coins and collectables, in addition
to real estate management. He remarried recently to Susan Nitka,
and remembers that he stayed at Hinman College.
Linda Lockwood Webster writes: "I majored in party
in 1971-72 at SUNY-B and eventually graduated from BCC in '75. I
married, 20 years later divorced, and raised 2 kids, now 16 and
21. I got my BA at Thomas Edison in N.J. and I am now finishing
my MA with Thomas Edison. I have worked for the Monmouth Regional
High School District, Tinton Falls, N.J., for 20 years. I had a
great time at SUNY-B. Too good … but everything turned out
great in the end."
Philip Deitch joined the mayor of the city of
St. Louis in proclaiming November 29, 2004, "Philip Deitch
Day." This honor was bestowed because Deitch serves as a financial
advisor with American Express Financial Advisors; has been a passionate
supporter of the St. Louis community; is the community education
chairperson of the U.S. Attorney's Hate Crimes Task Force for Eastern
Missouri and Southern Illinois; has organized and led the St. Louis
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Ally Community Coalition;
and also has been honored for his civil rights activities.
William D. Paradis is living in the Greater Binghamton
metro area where he owns and operates Paraco Corporation with its
divisions, Budget Fence of America, Heritage Flag & Supply and
Paraco Specialties. He was recently awarded the Broome Community
College Alumni Association Achievement Award. To date only 10 people
have received this award. He is currently a member of the Binghamton
University Athletic Club's Coaches Circle and would like to see
more alumni involvement as we watch our University become a nationally
recognized athletic power in a wide variety of sports.
F. Peter Logrieco has joined LECG in its national forensic
accounting practice. He has more than 25 years of litigation consulting,
accounting and auditing experience.
Vic Rosenthal is the recipient of a 2004 Leadership for a Changing
World award from the Ford Foundation. Selected from a national pool
of nearly 1,000 nominees, winners represent both individuals and
leadership teams tackling some of the nation's most entrenched social,
economic and environmental challenges.
David Kasakove has been named partner at the international
law firm of Bryan Cave LLP. He is a member of the firm's commercial
litigation; labor and employment; and securities enforcement, compliance
and litigation client service groups.
Marion Kahan has been appointed to the position of executive
director of StoryCorps, a revolutionary national initiative to instruct
and inspire Americans to record one another's stories in sound.
The project is a collaboration among Sound Portraits Productions,
the Library of Congress and public radio stations nationwide.
Lawrence Helman has recently completed producing his second
documentary: That Man: Peter Berlin, directed by Jim Tushinski.
The film has been making the rounds at
international film festivals. More information can be found at www.thatmanpeterberlin.com.
Kenneth Apfel was elected senior vice president
and chief actuary of Transatlantic Holdings, Inc., a leading international
reinsurance organization headquartered in New York.
Steven M. Cohen writes that he is married to Karen
Sturtz Cohen '80 and they have two children: Dana is 18
and in her freshman year at Union College in Schenectady and Alyssa
is 14 and a freshman at Staples High School in Westport, Conn.
Napolitano has been promoted to vice president of project
management and operations at Iconix Pharmaceuticals, where he will
oversee and manage the project portfolio and the core expression
array processing facility.
Bruce A. Grossman writes: "After practicing employment
law for over 20 years and writing a book, Workplace Politics:
A Practical Guide for Making Your Experience at Work More Positive,
Productive and Pleasant, Bruce is now working full-time as
a professor in the business department at Citrus College. He teaches
business law, business writing and business communication."
Karen Kucharski received her MFA from Syracuse
University. She has taught at Binghamton, Cornell and Syracuse universities,
Elon College, Ithaca College, and in the New York state public school
system. She presented "Dance for the Earth," an exhibition
of drawings and prints at Cornell University in November 2004. The
exhibition highlights images of the dance of Tango, waterfalls and
the dance ritual.
Robert S. Buran is currently serving on active
duty in the U.S. Marine Corps and assigned to the Brookings Institution
in Washington, D.C. The family resides in Bethesda, Md.
Richard Solomon has appeared at the Barnes & Noble stores in
Carle Place and Fresh Meadows as well as the New York Library Association
Trade Fair to promote his book,
Winning in the New York Small Claims Courts. See www.smallclaims.expert.com
for more information.
Laura A. Cameron reports that she was married on
November 20, 1990, to Cailein MacDougall, P.E. and they have a son,
Kyle Cameron, born June 11, 1999.
Scott Smith (ssmith45@rochester.
rr.com) writes: "I lived in the Wood Oneida hall Sept. 1981-1983.
I'm interested in hearing from other alumni who lived there.
Also would be interested to hear from any members of an old fraternity,
Michael Sean Kerman
recently moved with his wife, Rachel '88,
and daughters, Sarah, 8, and Haley, 6, to sunny San Diego.
Brett M. Rhyne is an assistant professor of communications
at Salem State College. He lives with his wife, Jillian, a psychologist
in private practice, in Brookline, Mass. In addition to teaching
journalism, Brett also serves as adviser to the student newspaper,
the Salem State Log; the student TV station, SSC-TV; and the campus
Meditation Society. His e-mail is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Almonte has been appointed Dean of Arts and Humanities
at Bergen Community College, where he will oversee the Arts and
Humanities Division, which includes arts and communications, English,
philosophy and religion, and world languages and cultures.
Levine '86 writes that a group of alumni held a long-awaited
reunion this past November and had a weekend they will remember
for a long time. The excuse to get together was simple. In the last
couple of years, and into the next, they are all turning …
40, and what better way to celebrate and reminisce than spend a
weekend of pampering and relaxation at the Mystic Marriott/Elizabeth
Arden Red Door Spa in Mystic, Conn. Pictured in the hotel's
lobby are (front row, from left) Stacy (Jacobs) Earle '85,
Shari (Harbinger) Mandell '86, Jill (Jacobs) Vella '86,
Marci (Krieger) Kling '85, Amy (Cohen) Levine '86, Marla
(Corell) Potter '85; (back row) Rosanna Maurer,
Lissa (Sonnenblick) Winchel '87, Stacey (Goldstein) Abenstein
'85, Ronni (Barry) McNeill '85 and Ellyn Olshever '86.
(Lacher) Rosenzwaig writes: "I've recently
joined ORC Worldwide, a global, international HR consulting firm
and found as many as six Binghamton alumni in our Manhattan office
of 95 people! Although
I now consider myself a human resources professional, my degree
and experience have led me to a career that is a perfect fit for
me. (And a company that, perhaps without realizing it, recognizes
the strength of an education from Binghamton!) In working with expatriates
around the world, I have the fun of re-living my overseas college
Jay Schwartz writes: "Frank Finch '87,
Jay Schwartz '87 and Jeff Carney '86
report that all are still close friends. Frank, Jeff and Jay are
equal partners in Farkin Products, a venture capital firm based
in Grand Turk, Turks and Caicos islands. Currently funding the second
largest accordion manufacturer in the northern Caribbean, Farkin
is poised to expand its air-thrusted instrument support. We are
proud to have been honored last summer by the Island Alliance for
Progress for efforts in funding ecotourism and desalinization throughout
the region. Friends may contact us at FVF64@hotmail.com. Those seeking
information about the region should visit www.turksandcaicostourism.com.
Hope to see Binghamton alumni at the 2005 Conch Festival!"
Christine M. Kiely has been appointed director of the George
Washington University School of Business' Executive Master
of Business Administration (EMBA) program, the oldest business program
for accomplished professionals in the metropolitan Washington area.
was appointed assistant vice president and research analyst covering
banking and finance and insurance sectors at 40/86 Advisors, Inc.,
a leading fixed-income asset manager and investment adviser.
Patricia Eggleton and her family, Alan, Rachel, Amanda,
Lauren and Zachary, serve as missionaries in St. Petersburg, Russia.
Price writes: "I am the resident stage manager at
Act II Playhouse, 40 minutes north of Philadelphia. A lovely shoebox
of a theater producing quality work, but we had more wing-space
in Hinman Commons for the HPC shows! I'm the long-time secretary
for the Philadelphia Actors' Equity Association Liaison Committee
and also serve as chair of the Regional Representation Committee
for the Stage Managers' Association. My husband, Dave, works
with IATSE -- Local 534 and we are raising Tycho McCoy, a 4
year-old Lab retriever."
Michael S. Friedberg has joined Besler Consulting,
a leading financial and operational consultancy to healthcare providers.
He is a Diplomate of the American College of Healthcare Executives
and has received the 2002-03 NJHFMA Chapter Achievement Award, National
HFMA PFS Forum Award and Helen Yerger Award in addition to being
honored by the Jersey City Fire Department in 2002 for his service
to the victims of 9/11.
Holly Baldwin writes: "I've recently joined BBraun Medical
in Bethlehem, Pa., as IT SAP validation analyst. I would love to
hear from other alumni in the Lehigh Valley."
Kim Lamar Shelton (Payne), MAT '90 writes that she
was recently chosen by Davis College President George D. Miller
III to serve a three-year term on the management team, a campus-wide
leadership team which gives guidance and direction to the college.
Kim is also the director of student academic services, an assistant
professor and the chair of the Academic Affairs Council. Dyschel,
her husband, is the college's chief accountant. They have
a talented 8-year-old daughter, Katherine, and live in Vestal.
Steven A. Wolf specializes in forensic accounting
and financial fraud investigative services in complex financial
and operational matters in dispute. He has led complex forensic
investigations involving accounting irregularities or suspected
fraud and is an expert in evaluating the accounting of financial
transactions and application of GAAP and related audit procedures
Amy Cooper Cary has been promoted to assistant head of
special collections at the University of Iowa Libraries. In this
position she will manage day-to-day activities across the department
and direct most projects. In addition, she will oversee broad initiatives
already in progress: to standardize the organization and description
of manuscript and archive collections and to find ways to provide
enhanced tools to support reader access to more than 1,500 collections.
Mark T. Feeley (mark_ta_feeley @hotmail.com) is an IBM-certified
managing consultant currently performing research and teaching executive
education at IBM's Executive Consulting Institute and IBM's
Executive Business Institute. He lives in Cortlandt Manor with his
wife and two children. He continues to enjoy painting and playing
guitar and the sitar and would love to hear from non-institutionalized
classmates and friends.
Wanda Long Vinson writes: "I was married 5/20/95, and my husband
and I are the proud parents of two sons, Omar (11/1/99) and Lance
(11/5/00). We relocated to Texas in June of 2000 from New York."
Sherry Eichenbaum writes: "Currently I am teaching
kindergarten and loving it! Recently I was on a trip to England,
Scotland and Wales. I'm looking forward to my cousin's
wedding this summer in Oregon."
Wendi Frederick writes that there was a small reunion in
New York City for Suzy Schmidt Chorost, Wendi Wolin Frederick,
Gina Costello Shalhoub, Elissa Frieband Nacht and Alyson Rivner
Siegler, all '89 grads. After lunch they all enjoyed
the Broadway musical, Hairspray.
Craig Siegel writes: "I encourage old
friends to contact me at csiegel@ kramerlevin.com. I'm happily
married, the father of two young daughters, and working as an attorney
at Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel, after having spent four
years engaged in public interest law at the Brennan Center at NYU
School of Law."
Michael L. Bruck writes: "I recently joined Dr. Miguel
Simo in private pediatric practice in Wellington, Fla. I am also
president of Palm Beach County Pediatric Society. I would love to
see some of my fellow alumni's kids in my office. It would
be my pleasure!"
Michael J. Pagan reports that he is married to Beth Wieland
'90 and they have a daughter, Carissa, who was born April
2001. Michael received an MBA from Columbia Business School in 2002.
Albert Ng, MS '92 writes: "Moved to Orange
County with wife and two boys and dog in November 2003. Weather
is great, wife and kids are happy! Would love to hear from other
Binghamton people, no matter where you are!"
Andrew G. Gates, MBA '04 writes that after four years
at Universal Instruments he accepted a position at Vectron International,
a frequency control product manufacturer in southern N.H.
Frank A. Rush Jr. writes: "I graduated from
Binghamton in 1991, and then graduated from North Carolina State
University in 1993 with a Master of Public Administration degree,
with a concentration in local government management. I have been
serving as town manager of Emerald Isle, an oceanfront municipality
in North Carolina, since 2001. Emerald Isle is a town with approximately
3,600 permanent residents, and a summertime resort population in
excess of 40,000. I have been married to my wife, Suzanne, since
1998, and we have two boys -- Jacob, 3 1/2, and Matthew, 10
months. Life is good!"
Jana (Wachsler) Wachsler-Felder writes that after
obtaining her PsyD in 2000 from Nova Southeastern University, she
completed her post-doctoral training in marriage and family therapy
at the University of Rochester. Jana was then employed as a clinical
psychologist at Kids Peace in Romulus. Currently she is in private
practice in Canandaigua as a
psychologist serving children, adults and families
Joel Smales, director of bands at Binghamton High
School, has been asked to take his students to perform for the National
Association for Music Education in Minneapolis and for the Percussive
Arts Society International Convention in Nashville. Additionally,
his new music is being published by Henry Rock.
Michael J. Zydney Mannheimer writes:
"My wife Janet Mannheimer Zydney and I moved to Lexington,
Ky., in July 2004. I have joined the faculty of Salmon P. Chase
College of Law, where I teach criminal law, criminal procedure and
related courses. Janet is a post-doctoral fellow in special education
technology at the University of Kentucky."
Ronald L. Westbrook, BT '91 was recently
named manager of engineering services for SUNY Upstate Medical University.
The engineering services group supports new construction and renovation
to mechanical, electrical and utility systems. The campus is designing
a $100 million expansion to University Hospital that includes Upstate's
first dedicated pediatric facility. Construction is scheduled to
begin summer 2005 and be completed in 2007. Ronald was also elected
president-elect of the central New York chapter of the American
Society of Heating, Refrigeration, and Air Conditioning Engineers.
Nancy Pontillo Pearce writes: "We've finally
bought a home! Well, the bank bought most of it! Things are going
great and there's plenty of shopping here! I still keep in
touch with several people from Binghamton. I'm hoping that
everyone is doing well!"
Danielle M. Krcmar writes that since she received
her MFA (sculpture) from UMass-Amherst in 1996, she has been teaching,
showing and living in Boston. She would love to hear from her Binghamton
Maier-Kennelly has been appointed executive director of
Landmark on Main Street, a multi-use community center in Port Washington
and home to the Children's Center, Parent Resource Center,
Youth Council Teen Center and the Jeanne Rimsky Theater.
Jeff Forrest has joined Foley & Lardner as
an associate in the health law department in San Diego. He previously
served as legislative director and counsel to U.S. Rep. Mike Castle,
R-Del., following his terms as governor of Delaware.
Adam G. Frankel has been appointed principal of
Cordello Avenue Elementary School in Central Islip.
Caryn Epstein Hirsch writes: "I live in New Jersey with my
husband, Jeremy, and our two beautiful sons. Mathew will be three
years old in February 2005 and Lucas was born in November 2004."
Timothy J. Kerbs (T.J.) recently moved to Florida with
his wife, Jennifer Shah Kerbs (who attended Binghamton from 1990-1992)
and daughters, Arianna, 4, and Kayla, 1 1/2.
Marlene (Goldstein) Gold-Balin writes: "Fred and
I have recently built a home in New Jersey and would enjoy hearing
from old friends; please send an e-mail to marlenegoldbalin@ yahoo.com."
Steven Jacobs writes: "I'm practicing
family medicine/primary care for a private practice located in lower
Manhattan and Bayside, Queens. Friends may contact me via e-mail,
Kelly Murphy Czermerys writes that three of her multimedia
works were featured in the exhibit "Giving Thanks" at
the Greene County Council on the Arts Catskill Gallery in October-November
Jennifer Davoli of East Side Community High School was
chosen as a MetLife Fellow in the Teachers Network Leadership Institute,
an organization established to connect education policy with actual
classroom practice to improve student achievement.
Malisoff writes: "After I left Binghamton, I got
my PhD in mathematics from Rutgers University in New Brunswick.
I was a post-doc at Washington University in St. Louis for about
a year, and then I worked for a year tenure-track at Texas A&M
University of Corpus Christi. Since 2001, I've been at LSU
which is nicer."
Michael Laurence Nisengard writes that he got married
this summer and is in his first year of law school in Buffalo.
Giovanni Mastracchio is the coordinator of youth services
at the Coachman Family Center, a homeless shelter in White Plains
operated by Westhab, Inc. In addition, he is a certified therapeutic
Beth Santarsiero writes: "I still live in Austin,
Texas, I'm a third grade teacher, and I love it! I'm
recently divorced and haven't been this happy with my life
in years. Friends, please keep in touch at santababy72@ sbcglobal.net."
Carrie Printz writes: "Carrie Printz, managing
director of David Carrie LLC, a legal search firm, is seeking to
hire a few motivated legal recruiters. A law degree and prior recruiting
experience is preferred but not necessary. If you are interested,
please contact her at 212-308-6560 or at cprintz@ davidcarrie.com."
E. Schmidt has joined the litigation practice group of
Godfrey & Kahn, S.C., in Milwaukee. He received his master's
degree from the University of Virginia and his law degree, magna
cum laude, from George Mason University School of Law in Arlington,
Va. He previously served as director of programs for the National
Taxpayers Union, located in Alexandria, Va.
is the director of educational outreach at Manhattan School of Music.
Dominic S. DePersis has returned from travel through Austria,
Denmark, Sweden, Ukraine and Kazakhstan for the month of August
2004. He was making a comparative analysis of the healthcare and
higher-education systems in those countries as he traveled with
the U.S. State Department Community Connections Program. He has
also just had an article on health care, human rights and international
law published, "End the Inequity! Access to Basic Health Care
is a Human Right Under the Rules of International Law," in
the Labor-Community Reporter, Vol. 24, No. 8, August 2004. Dominic
earned a JD from Syracuse University in 1998 and is continuing his
research and analysis in the fields of international law and health
care as he writes his dissertation for a Doctor of Juridical Science
Edward A. Medina writes that after a stint working
as a print journalist, he made the transition to corporate communications
at Arnot Ogden Medical Center in Elmira. In this position he is
responsible for internal employee and patient communications, management
of the medical center's website and all outside media relations.
Elizabeth L. Fine has joined the law firm of Jenner
& Block as an associate attorney in the litigation department
of the Chicago office. Elizabeth received her JD cum laude from
the University of Michigan Law School in May 2004.
Liz Grisales graduated from Brooklyn Law School in 2001
and worked at a mid-sized insurance defense firm for three years.
She recently accepted a position with American Lawyer Media as a
Sopilnick Teetz writes that she received her master's
in secondary education from Molloy College in Rockville Centre in
May 2002. She has recently received a promotion from business education
teacher to Academy of Finance program manager at New Hyde Park Memorial
Melissa L. Rosenblatt writes that after completing her
pre-doctoral internship at the Kennedy Krieger Institute/Johns Hopkins
School of Medicine, she graduated with a PhD in school psychology
from Syracuse University, and has accepted a position as a school
psychologist for Howard County Public Schools in Maryland.
Alyssa (Cook) Jacobs received her MS in environmental science
from Florida Atlantic University in May 2004. She works as an environmental
scientist on the Big Cypress Reservation for the Seminole Tribe
"I graduated from Stevens Institute of Technology in February
2004 with my master's in information systems. Also as of November
22, 2004, I've been mobilized with the United States Army
Reserve's 78th Training Division to Edison, N.J., in support
of Operation Enduring Freedom as a computer specialist."
Connie Moy received a MS in marine biology from the College
of Charleston, S.C., in August 2004. She is working at the National
Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration in Silver Spring, Md., on
a project to reduce sea turtle bycatch in Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico
Shadi J. Ireifej is in his third year
at Vet Medical School at Cornell University.
B. Zigmund writes: "Three members from the class
of 2001 recently graduated from Fordham Law School: myself, Jesse
Zigmund, as well as my fellow alumni, Rob Diubaldo and Leigh Lieberman.
All three of us passed the New York Bar Exam, and Rob and I successfully
passed the New Jersey Bar, while Leigh passed the Connecticut Bar.
Rob is an associate with Budd Larner in Short Hills, N.J. I am a
staff attorney for the New York City Conflicts of Interest Board,
a city agency responsible for enforcing New York City's ethics
Jill Barbarino received a JD, cum laude, from St. John's
University School of Law, June 6, 2004. She was an editor of Law
Review and received the ABA/Bureau of National Affairs Award for
Excellence in Labor and Employment Law. Jill is a first-year law
associate at Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP in Princeton, N.J.
Alban Y. Yee participated
in and led the InterVarsity Christian Fellowship. He also led the
Binghamton Vibrations a capella group and the Ballroom Dance Team
Maria Pendolino is the producing artistic director at
the business she created, The Almost Knew Theatre Company, which
produces quality theater using talent employed outside the theater
industry or who choose to maintain theater as a hobby. Tamar Queen
'04 is the assistant artistic director. For more information