Owen Green, ’62, and wife, Cheryl, celebrated their 47th wedding anniversary on January 2, 2018.
Joseph P. Batory, ’64, celebrated 20 years of the Upper Darby Arts and Education Foundation Success, which raised $2 million to support student needs in the Upper Darby School District.
Thomas J. Bonner, Esq., ’66, now works for Entwistle and Cappucci LLP in West New York, NY as a member of New York State Bar Association and is one of more than 7,000 immigration attorneys in the United States.
Frank J. Batavick, ’67, published “Time’s Crossroads: The History of New Windsor, MD” released August 2017. Available on Amazon Books.
W. Patrick Campbell, ’67, serves as an Independent Consultant in the Media and Telecom Field and sits as director or chairman of various organizations.
William F. Hyland Jr., Esq., ’69, was named on The Best Lawyers in America© list for the area of Land Use and Zoning Law in October 2017.
Capt. Daniel J. D’Alesio Jr., Esq., ’70, was recognized by Marquis Who’s Who for Excellence in Law in November 2017.
Thomas A. Leonard, CPA, ’70, member of the Board of Trustees of La Salle University and Chair of the Finance, Audit and Investment Committee, has been elected Lead Independent Trustee for Lincoln Financial Variable Trust.
Joseph E. Toner III, ’74, was recently elected as Vice Chairman and Treasurer of Manor College by the school’s Board of Trustees.
Nicholas W. Pacitti, ’74, joined in leading the business and development efforts at QuickFreeze and is also head of the Tippmann Cold Chain Management consulting practice. He has more than 35 years of extensive experience in designing, developing and delivering food logistics solutions with Kraft and Nestle.
Larry L. White, ’75, was appointed as Executive Director at NJSIAA on January 1, 2018.
Kenneth M. Hartley, ’77, is the President of Hartley Advisors and has held this position since the firms’ inception in 2003. Ken founded Hartley Advisors after a 20- year career as a Partner for IBM Business Consulting and PwC in their management consulting practices.
Joseph Devine, ’79, was appointed President, New Jersey Division of Jefferson Health and Executive Vice President of Hospital and Health Services at Jefferson Health.
Jerry Lezynski, ’82, President of the Alumni Association, Mary-Kay Meeks Hank, Executive Director of Face to Face Germantown and Signum Fidei Winner, Susan Altamore Carusi, Esq., ’82, John J. Finley ’24 Award Recipient, President Colleen M. Hanycz, and Cathleen Parsons-Nikolic, Vice President for University Advancement.
Honorable James F. Kenney, ’80, was bestowed with the Small Business Advocate Award for his dedication to the small business community of his city on October 2, 2017.
Mariann M. McKee-Ricci, ’80, long-time resident of Newtown Borough has announced a run for Council Rock School Board. Mariann, a retired professional educator, will seek to represent Region 1, which includes Newtown Borough and Newtown Township Districts 4, 5, and 6.
Francesca Serra Zorri, ’82, enjoyed the wedding of her youngest son, Frank Zorri, in June 2017.
Diego F. Calderin, ’83, was appointed to the Board of Directors of The Bryn Mawr Trust Company and Bryn Mawr Bank Corporation.
Timothy G. Murphy, ’83, has been part of the Wall Street community for over 30 years, and is one of the founding partners of Maxim Group LLC and a member of the Executive Management Committee.
Sandra (Lech) Jeskie, Esq., ’84, received a 2017 Diversity Award from the Diversity Law Institute (DLI). The presentation was made on November 3 at the 2017 Diversity Law Institute Summit & Awards in Philadelphia. DLI Diversity Awards are given annually to a select number of individuals, law firms and companies who have at an elite level advanced, promoted or supported diversity and inclusion in the profession of law.
Raymond F. McCullagh, ’85, a 32-year police veteran, was appointed police chief of Clarkstown.
Stephen M. Daukaus, ’91, was named Vice President of Finance and IT, Chief Financial Officer, of Bendix in 2017.
Catherine P. Forkin, MBA, ’92, was honored as Humanitarian of the Year for 2018 for the 50th anniversary of The Chapel of Four Chaplains Banquet.
Gary A. Jonas Jr., ’92, received the Building Big Award at the first Building Big Awards for Big Brothers Big Sisters at the Electric Factory on Thursday, October 12, 2017.
Nicole Shelly Pilkus, ’94 was promoted to the Defense Intelligence Senior Executive ranks in September 2017.
Erin K. Flynn, ’96, has joined SCBIO as vice president. Previously, she was director of sales at Poly-Med Inc.
David J. Gill Jr., CPA, CFP, ’96, of Maple Shade, N.J., was promoted to partner of Haefele Flanagan, the law firm he’s been with since 2011.
Matthew C. Krystopa, ’96, was inducted into North Penn Alumni Athletic Hall of Fame in October 2017 for freestyle relay.
Lori J. (Baiocchi) King, ’97, won the women’s division of 30k in Northern Greece, in 8 hours, 56 minutes.
Ottillie S. Parsons, RN, BSN, ’98, of Ocean View, N.J. has been named clinical liaison and community educator at Angelic Palliative & Hospice Care. An RN for 38 years, she has nearly 20 years experience in hospice nursing.
Kelly Neary, ’15, Anthony Giacometti, ’11, Helene Baczkowski, ’01, MBA ‘06, Julie Morrison, Jason Bodman, ‘11, Lauren De Angelis, ‘11, Brian Rieker, ‘13, Kaleena (Torres) Sauter, ‘15, Michael Sauter, ‘14, Amy Bonsal, ‘14, Kellsey Turner, ‘15, Chris Sytko, ‘13, Rachel Breslin (Christie), ‘15, Jim Breslin, ‘13, MBA, ‘17, Justin Brown, MA ‘14, Rosemary Malunis, ‘16, Rosemary Carberry, ‘13, MBA, ’16, Alyssa Mallamaci, ‘16, Ryan Wall, ‘18, Trey Ulrich, ‘99, MBA ‘02, Brian Frankowski, Alyssa McFadden, ‘18
Albert Lee, ’01, was named as one of 14 on the Who’s Next in Tourism list by Billypenn.com.
Oshunbumi Fernandez, ’02, and Anthony West were married on August 25, 2017.
Lauren (Winkler) Moser, M.Ed., ’03, married Adam Moser on August 12, 2017.
Karen M. Mericsko, MBA, ’04, married David A. Mericsko, CPA.
Vincent A. Durso, ’04, a successful insurance agent at the J.S. Braddock Agency in Burlington, N.J., was voted 2017 South Jersey Shepherd of the Year by the regional agriculture society.
Ryan P. Judge, ‘04, of Abington, Pa., was promoted to sergeant of the Upper Dublin Police Department.
Patricia Benson, Ph.D., ’05, published an article in the PA Institute of CPAs Journal.
Anthony C. Gallo, III, CPA, ’05, and his wife, Deidre (Witkoowski) Gallo, MS, CCC, SLP, ’09 welcomed a daughter, Sadie Ann, on February 7, 2017.
Jillian Mele, ’05, was promoted to the new expansion of FOX & Friends franchise as co-host of FOX & Friends First.
Colleen B. (Mullarkey) Donnelly, ’06, and Shane P. Donnelly, ’06, married on October 20, 2017.
Marianne (Shields) Lawson, PHR, ’06, was named among Women of Distinction 2017 by the Philadelphia Business Journal.
Brittany M. (Buckwalter) Strobel, ’08, and Michael L. Strobel, ’08, MBA ’20, welcomed their second daughter, Chloe Marie, on November 13, 2017.
Mary Elizabeth Sullivan, ’09, and Joseph J. Rollo Jr., ’08, married on March 25, 2017 in Philadelphia, Pa.
Michal J. Wilczewski, Ph.D. ’09, successfully defended his dissertation, “Broken Land: Everyday Life and the Reconstruction of the Polish Countryside, 1914-1939,” on November 1, 2017, receiving his Ph.D. from the University of Illinois at Chicago in December 2017.
Aaron J. Bernotas, ’10, and Caitlin H. (Conk) Bernotas were married.
Ronald R. Russak, MBA, ’10, was announced Vice President of Operations at EVIO Inc.
Megan E. (Marron) Holland, ’12, was married on September 23, 2017.
Peter J. Frein, ’13, is engaged to Rosemary Joseph, both from Baltimore.
Maggie H. Gower, ’14, is engaged to David Mehall, Archbald. The wedding is set for October 21 at 2 p.m. in Church of St. Gregory, Clarks Green.
Thomas D. MacLeod, ’15, is a tennis player, training for the Professional Tour in Orlando, Fla.