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Emily Gavigan '12 is profiled on CNN's new medical mystery show
Jess Farrell '03 has been named Griffin Pond's interim director
James Rudolph '03 was named by Citi Private Bank as managing director and ultra high net worth private banker for the Metro New York team
Julie A. Nastasi, Sc.D., O.T.D. '00, assistant professor of occupational therapy at The University of Scranton, was recognized for service to those with low vision
Sean Kelly '97 has been named the men’s basketball coach of Westchester Community College
Mike Bonner '95 is interviewed by Notre Dame for producing and programming the video board in Notre Dame Stadium
Christopher Sutzko '94, director of the Office of Career Planning at King’s College
Anthony Hanes '91 was named managing director of sales by National Partners
Charles Falcone '86 has joined the firm of Russell Reynolds Associates
Charles Carey '75, a lawyer, is profiled in Westport News.
Laura Bopp ’17 and University of Scranton students provide ‘literacy, education and advocacy in prison'
David Martino G’16 joins Aurora Mennonite Church as the new pastor
Dr. Grace Nebzydoski ’13 joins Wallenpaupack Veterinary Clinic
Elena Habersky ‘13 works with refugees in the Middle East and NEPA
Michael Wiencek ’12 receives Frank J. O’Hara Recent Graduate Award
Sean Gilroy ’07, ’11 has been named manager or perioperative services at Regional Hospital of Scranton
Thomas J. Costello ‘84 has been named principal at Catholic Central High School
Suzan Mazzarella ’83 has been named executive director of Catholic Social Services of the Fall River Diocese
Robert J. Mancuso ’80 is named vice president and COO of Wayne Bank
John Gill ’78 retires from 39 years of teaching at Kittatinny Regional High School
Pa. Secretary of Health Karen Murphy ’91 will join Geisinger as executive Vice President/Chief Innovation Officer and Founding Director of the Steele Institute for Healthcare Innovation
Michael Jenkins, Ph.D. ‘06, associate professor of sociology/criminal justice, received the University’s Excellence in Scholarly Publication Award
Anne Roche Clark ‘87 joins Medecision as SVP and Chief Revenue Officer.
Albena Ivova Gesheva ’17 receives Fulbright Award
Michael Jenkins, Ph.D. ’06, associate sociology/criminal justice professor, discusses his Fulbright experience with the London Metropolitan Police in light of the terrorist attacks in Manchester and London
Irv Johnson '80 is named to the Middle Atlantic Conference Hall of Fame’s class of 2017
Former White House Correspondent Gene Gibbons ’64, H’96 visits the University to talk about covering the U.S. presidency
Kristin Fino G’ 02 was appointed associate vice president for human resources at King’s College
Teri Ooms ’84, G’89, executive director of the Wilkes-Barre-based Institute of Public Policy & Economic Development, will moderate the debate of Scranton School Board candidates
Travis Davis, M.H.A., N.H.A., G’15 was announced as the director of the new Allied Services Palliative Care
Siobahn Casey ’09 starts art therapy-based support group
Ron Babcock ’01 creates debut album in cooking show parody
Laura Marion, RN, BSN ’92 was announced director of operations for Allied Services Hospice
Jessica Falk, D.M.D., M.S.D., ’01 was named among the Northeast Pennsylvania Business Journal’s “Top Women in Business” 2017 list
Alison Skoff ’99 was named among the Northeast Pennsylvania Business Journal’s “Top Women in Business” 2017 list
Lora Lynn G’84, G’89, G’95 was named among the Northeast Pennsylvania Business Journal’s “Top Women in Business” 2017 list
Charlotte Ravaioli G’83 was named among the Northeast Pennsylvania Business Journal’s “Top Women in Business” 2017 list
Anthony "Skip" Minakowski ’67 receives the 2017 Kelley Medal from his high school Loyola Blakefield
Zach Ashworth ‘11, Brendan Boken ’16 and Ross Danzig ’15 selected among the Landmark Conference All-Decade Team
William Canny, ’77, H’07 and Maggie Walsh ’12 returned to Scranton to discuss “The Future of Refugee Resettlement in the U.S.”
Robert Rempe, Ph.D. ’61. G’ 67 on a mission to perform “Rose of the Danube.”
Michael Banas ’84 releases his fourth book, Twelve Men in the Huddle
Cecelia Mecca ’96,G’99 to launch her debut historical romance novel on March 3
Joseph Tomko '82 joined Fidelity Bank
Frank Dubas ’75 was named to Board of Trustees at The University of Scranton
John Donaghy '70 was ordained a deacon for the diocese of Santa Rosa de Copán, Honduras, in July
Online voting held to select Scranton men’s basketball all-time team
Professor of psychology emeritus John O’Malley, Ph.D. '64 published an op-ed in the Scranton Times-Tribune, “’Project Play’ serious medicine for kids, sports.”
Thomas Regenski ’94 joined Fidelity Asset Management Services as assistant vice president, financial adviser
Linda D’Andrea Barrasse, M.D. ‘77 was named to The University of Scranton’s board of trustees
Tyler Mislewski '16 received the Faculty for Undergraduate Neuroscience (FUN) Travel Award to present her research at the annual Society for Neuroscience Meeting
Donald Mammano ‘05 was among The Northeast Pennsylvania Business Journal’s 2016 “Top 20 Under 40"
John Culkin G’10 was among The Northeast Pennsylvania Business Journal’s 2016 “Top 20 Under 40"
Matthew Meagher ’96 joined the board of Wayne Memorial Hospital
Thomas A. Specht ’93 has been elected a shareholder of Marshall, Dennehey, Warner, Coleman & Goggin
Daniel Munley ’90 achieves recertification in civil trial law with the National Board of Trial Advocacy
Michele Musheno G’87 was named clinical manager of the year at Commonwealth Health Moses Taylor Hospital
Jason Steinmetz '09 was named international student adviser at King’s College
Lauren Sulovski '04 joined St. Luke’s Obstetrics & Gynecology Associates’ Bethlehem and Wind Gap offices
Justin Roach '04 finds success creating album covers for Snoop Dogg, The Game
Michael J. O’Hora '03 joined Joyce Insurance Group as a business insurance consultant
Jason Kavulich '97 was appointed director of Lackawanna County’s Area Agency on Aging
Kristin Maile '92 was recently inducted to the Northeast Pennsylvania Sports Hall of Fame
Frank Minella '90 was quoted in a Newshub article covering 2016 Presidential Election
Kevin Salaway '85 was hired as vice president for advancement at College of Coastal Georgia
Paul Reinert '81 and Laura Skoronski '10 recently joined the faculty at Wilkes University
Joseph P. Migliorino '75 has been hired as senior vice president and Pennsylvania regional executive at NBT bank
Holly Pilcavage ’12 nominated for 2017 Forbes 30 Under 30
Allison Gormley '12 reported on Bill Kelly Jr. '93 and his memorial scholarship in the Chasing News' segment, "Message in a Bottle."
Cornelia Sewell-Allen G’10 was appointed dean of Student Life at East Stroudsburg University
Richard Santosdiaz ’08 has been featured this year in the media, especially with regards to Brexit in the United Kingdom
Yohuru Williams ’93, member on the Board of Trustees, discusses key facts about the “Hollywood 10” on the History Channel
John Zangardi ’83 was appointed principal deputy chief information officer for the Department of Defense
Times-Tribune writer Chris Kelly recounts meeting Kathy Preston ‘87
Francis J. Dubas ’75 and Rev. Bernard R. McIlhenny, S.J., H’98 received the President’s Medal at the 15th Annual President’s Business Council Dinner
Thomas J. Foley, Jr. ’57 and Kevin P. Foley ’83 have been selected for inclusion in the 23rd edition of Best Lawyers in America remembers David H. Burton ’49
Terry Macknosky ’14 was named staff development coordinator at the Skilled Nursing and Rehab Center in Scranton
Brian Entler's ’13, G’15 research on ants was featured in the Journal of Experimental Biology, the New York Times and Smithsonian Magazine
Michael Le ’12 earned his medical degree from Drexel University College of Medicine
Alice Davis G’88 and G’91 was appointed to the Keystone College board of trustees
Francis J. Dubas ’75 will receive the President's Medal at the 15th annual President's Business Council Award Dinner
Nick Hennig, ‘16 head swim coach for Verona Pool's Waves Summer Squad, led team to winning record
Nicole Shipton G’ 13 joined M&T Bank as Eden Park branch manager and assistant vice president
Donna Askew G’13 was named chief of the Production Engineering Directorate's Software Sustainment Support Branch at Tobyhanna Army Depot
M. Sewell ‘12 earned her Doctor of Dental Surgery degree magna cum laude from the University of Maryland, Baltimore
Jessica Rothchild ’11, DPT ’14 works as an agent for change as a physical therapist and LGBT activist
Michael Jenkins, Ph.D., '06 pens an op-ed on NYPD Commission William Bratton
Michael Jenkins, Ph.D., '06 comments on the national level of police productivity
Michael Jenkins, Ph.D., '06 received a Fulbright U.S. Scholar grant to study policing in London
Michael Jenkins, Ph.D., ’06 was named associate professor and Teresa Conte, Ph.D., and David Salerno, Ph.D., were granted tenure and named associate professor at The University of Scranton
Kristin Maile ’92, G’98 will be inducted into the NEPA Sports Hall of Fame on Oct. 2.
Pamela Murray ’90 was appointed Supervisor of Youth Development & Pupil Services for the South-Orange Maplewood School District
Bishop James F. Checchio ’88 was named to the Seton Hall University Board of Regents
Musical lifeline Scranton native Kiley Lotz ’13 channels talents through indie rock act Petal
Timothy Gallic G’09 was appointed principal of Cadinal Mooney High School
Anthony Mercado ’09 wrote and directed A Tale for Winter, which showed at the Scranton Shakespeare Festival
Edmund O'Neill G’02 was approved as head of operational services division in Luzerne County
Mandy Antoniacci '97, advertising exec and entrepreneur, is helping to launch a sports bra that "researchers believe will help detect early-stage breast cancer"
Jeanne Hill ’90 has been named the college bursar in the Lackawanna College business office
Brian Carpenter G’82, Doug Boyle ’88 and Dan Mahoney ’81, G’85 received the Institute of Management Accountants' Lybrand Gold Medal
Rev. Joseph J. Mosley '05 was ordained to the priesthood for the Diocese of Scranton.
Stephanie Abraham '02 has been promoted to commercial officer at First National Community Bank.
Michael Cummings '90 has been promoted to assistant vice president of marketing at First National Community Bank.
The Most Reverend Bishop James F. Checchio '88 was installed as the fifth bishop of Metuchen, New Jersey.
Joseph P. Bannon '83 served as the principal speaker at The University of Scranton's 2016 Graduate Commencement.
James G. Gavin '71 was named treasurer of Marywood University's board of trustees.
James G. Gavin '71 was named treasurer of Marywood University's board of trustees.
Rev. Joseph Adonizio '48 will celebrate his 60th anniversary of priesthood this month
Melissa Bevacqua ’01, G’05, associate director of Admissions - Outreach/adjunct faculty, Department of Health Administration and Human Resources, was featured in Happenings Magazine's "Profiles in Education."
"On a mission at City Hall: Kathryn Ott Lovell '96 heads Philadelphia Parks and Recreation."
Dr. Richard Baker '79 launches St. Luke's OB/GYN at Eaton Pointe
Richard Joyce '69 to be honored as Journalism Educator of the Year by the Society of Professional Journalist (Colorado Pro Chapter, Region 9)
Michael J. Genello '12 was chosen to present at the American Dental Education Association's annual session
Jean Hayes '06 shares the benefits of a plant-based diet as leader of The Scranton Beets
Justin Roach '04 was awarded the Presidential Award for Excellence at Wayne Bank
Melissa Keklak '04 will speak at NEPA Women's Leadership Conference
David Gargone, Ed.D., '04 awarded tenure at Misericordia University
David Gargone, Ed.D., '04 was promoted to associate professor of business and awarded tenure at Misericordia University
William S. Slovinsky, Ph.D. '02 defended his doctoral thesis and earned his doctorate in engineering from Temple University
Joseph Curran, Ph.D.'91 was promoted to professor of religious studies at Misericordia University.
Joseph Curran, Ph.D.'91 was promoted to professor of religious studies at Misericordia University.
William J. Parker '77 was named vice president of Conestoga Title Insurance Co.
The Scranton Times-Tribune remembers the life of James B. McNulty '66
The Scranton Times-Tribune remembers the life and accomplishments of the late James B. McNulty '66
Jason Miller '61 was recognized as one of The Scranton Times-Tribune's "150 people who made Scranton great
Gerard Roche '53, H'82 is to be awarded the "Lead On Award" at Marywood University's Community Leadership Celebration
Ise Kannebecker G'15 joins Northern Wayne Family Health as a certified family nurse practitioner
Camille Reinecke '13 finds passion and career as educator and member of local arts community
Kevin Byrne '07 vies for a seat in Yorktown's 94th District Assembly
Kristin Thomas '06 was inducted into The University of Scranton's Wall of Fame
Sandra L. Winters G'03 receives doctorate in nursing practice
Michael Soskil '97 G'08 among top 10 finalists for the Global Teacher Prize
Michael Soskil '97 G'08 named to top 10 in $1 million teaching contest
Michael Soskil '97 G'08 has been named among the top 10 finalists for the Global Teacher Prize.
Joseph T. Kelly '89 named Friendly Sons toastmaster.
Bill Burke '86 has been announced as The Greater Pittston Friendly Sons of St. Patrick's 2016 Swingle Award winner.
James L. Goonan '85 G'90 named director of international admission at Susquehanna University.
Michael Hanley '79 discusses the history of the United Neighborhood Centers and how the agency continues to help the community through its programs and services.
1976 Royals reflect on moments that led to the national championship
1976 national champion Rockin' Royals return to Long Center
Lt. Col. Frank Lukas '44 recognized for heroism in the Army.
Lt. Col. Frank Lukas '44 named among The Scranton Times Tribune's "150 People who made Scranton great."
The late John Rogalla '40 was recognized as one of NEPA football standouts who went on to the NFL.
The late Archbishop Martin J. O'Connor, Class of 1918, named among The Scranton Times Tribune's "150 People who made Scranton Great."
Kyle W. Fox '09 joined Klehr Harrison Harvey Branzburg LLP as an associate in the real estate and finance department.
Kevin Booth G'99 was named superintendent of Pittston Area School District.
Trish Savitsky G '97 has been named senior vice president and chief services officer of TMG Health.
Amy Bachman '91 has been appointed manager of enrollment marketing at Misericordia University.
Rev. Edward Glynn H'90, Jesuit priest and college president, passed away.
Michael B. Kearney '89 has been appointed as member of the Lackawanna College Board of Trustees.
Deborah Moran Peterson G'88 was appointed as executive director of Scranton Cultural Center at The Masonic Temple.
Mary Coolican '88 was named board member of the Association of Fundraising Professionals NEPA Chapter.
Louis C. D’Oro, MD, FACS '80 joined Honesdale Surgical Associates as a general surgeon.
The late Bernard Blier '39 was named to Scranton Times' "150 people who made Scranton great" list.
Ise Kannebecker G’15 joins staff at Northern Wayne Family Health Center as a certified family nurse practioner.
Airman 1st Class Nathan Kline ’14 earned distinction as an honor gradaute from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio Lackland-Texas.
Mark DiPippa G’08 joined the developement office of Misericordia University as leadership gift officer.
Matthew Kozicki, M.D. ‘06 has been appointed medical director in the physician's assistant studies program at King's College.
Joe Gleason ’99, G’00 has been named associate administrator at Redmond Regional Medical Center.
Scott Thomas G’93 will take over as executive director of the Pennsylvania Integrated Library System.
Charles Carroll's 92, G’02 poem, "Baselines," was published in the 2015 fall issue of Spitball: The Literary Baseball Magazine.
Marie Beggin ’89, G’94 has been promoted to vice president and senior risk officer at Fidelity Bank.
James Michaels ‘84 has been named chief information officer at Commonwealth Medical College.
Edward J. Gilmartin ’72, G’82 joined Peoples Security Wealth Management Group as managing director of Retirement Plan Services.
James D. Walsh '69 has been named among Scranton Sesquicentennial's 150 most influential people.
Joshua Braddell, CRNP '08, G'15 has joined the Wright Center for Graduate Medical Education's Clarks Summit, Mid Valley and Jermyn locations as a family nurse practitioner.
Keith Pritchyk, M.D. '94 is a fellow of the American Academy of Otolaryngic Allergy.
Jill A Murray, Ph.D. '89 has been named executive vice president and chief innovation officer of Lackawanna College.
Tina Bruno '80 has been named director of client solutions delivery at TMG Health's national operations center.
John Walsh '66 named among Scranton Sesuicentennial's 150 most influential people.
Leigh Magnotta ’11 joined The University of Scranton’s Small Business Development Center as a business consultant.
Mary Desmarais ’10 helps special needs students as Ea teacher for Expanded Services.
Duane S. Armitage, Ph.D. ’05 and Patrick T. Orr, Ph.D ’06 were appointed full-time faculty at The University of Scranton.
Stephanie Longo ’03, G’06 shares a family recipe for the Abington Community Library.
James P. Baron, Esq., ’98 named principal at Levy, Stieh and Gaughan, P.C.
Jill A. Murray, Ph.D. ’89 was named executive vice president and chief innovation officer of Lackawanna College.
Frank J. Pearn ’83 reflects on The University of Scranton and receiving the President’s Business Council Award.
Patrick Barrett ’72 elected Berks County Court Judge.
Dr. Peter Kurt Haarmeyer ’70 held a book signing for his newly released autobiography, I’m Afraid.
Meghan Loftus, MPA, ’12 recently joined the NEPA Alliance as community service specialist.
Michael Thomas G’09 has been promoted to vice president at PNC Bank.
Laura McGown ‘08, Eric Lutz ‘11 and Camille Reinecke ‘13 starred in the production of Banger’s Elixer, which premiered at the Scranton Fringe Festival.
Mandy Antoniacci ‘97 returns to campus for entrepreneurship lecture.
Dan Kelly '80 writes about his regular golf outings with the "Scranton Seven."
Gary Beilman ‘76 was selected to receive the 2015 Ben Franklin Award for Community Service.
Events scheduled to recognize connections, interdependence
Scranton Interdependence Day events mark global connections
School board names new principal for China Grove Middle
People on the Move, Aug. 9, 2015
‘Wright decision’ was ‘right decision’ for this medical resident
People on the Move, July 26, 2015
Newport Native Honored with University of Scranton Alumni Award
People on the Move, July 19, 2015
Bank exec to lead Western Wayne
Joseph Kopacz
Around the Towns for Sunday, June 14
See, Judge, Act: The key to accompanying the poor in South America
People on the Move, June 21, 2015
Righting a wrong nearly 100 years later, two soldiers receive Medal of Honor posthumously
Remembering long-time Clifton Heights coach and teacher Mike DeNoia
Rev. Connor celebrates Silver Jubilee
Donna Reicle to serve as laboratory director at Moses Taylor Hospital
Petrosky, LCSW Joins Staff at Pike Behavioral Health Center
Luzerne County Council race draws 13 candidates for 6 slots
Choplinsky's Navy career honored
US Fleet Forces Command Holds Dedication Ceremony For John D. Choplinsky
LEISD names new principals for 2015-2016
Lt. Meg Ferguson of Wayne is a vital part of the Navy Reserve
Scranton business students get advice from the pros
MCDermott takes Hospital
Dr. Karen Murphy ‘91, elected as Ex-Officio board members to the Pittsburgh Life Sciences Greenhouse Board of Directors
Dr. Karen Murphy ‘91, elected as Ex-Officio board members to the Pittsburgh Life Sciences Greenhouse Board of Directors
Dr. Karen Murphy ‘91, elected as Ex-Officio board members to the Pittsburgh Life Sciences Greenhouse Board of Directors
Dr. Karen Murphy ‘91, elected as Ex-Officio board members to the Pittsburgh Life Sciences Greenhouse Board of Directors
Dr. Karen Murphy ‘91, elected as Ex-Officio board members to the Pittsburgh Life Sciences Greenhouse Board of Directors
Peter Jordan elected new president of LIAA
Scott McKinney appointed as Assistant Superintendent of Schools for Berkeley Heights
Family medical practice opens in Avoca
Atlanta administrator, distant relative of board president, chosen to lead Scranton schools
Rothman Gordon Attorney Appointed to Pennsylvania Bar Association’s Shale Energy Law Committee
In-House Counsel Profile: Monro Muffler Brake Inc.'s Maureen Mulholland
RailRiders Unveil Members of Local Ownership
Political Scene Feb. 16, 2015
Art makes cents: Minister, South Scranton native creates portraits of Lincoln using coin bearing his image
People on the Move, Feb. 15, 2015
Former Moosic councilwoman named county deputy controller
Pike DA candidate outlines plans for reforms
Sandler O'Neill Hires Two Veteran Traders to Build CMBS Franchise
Music mogul: Dunmore native Jerry Durkin rises to top during 34-year career in music industry
Brotherly love The exemplary lives of Andrew and William McGowan
The National Security Strategy Of Strategic Patience And Persistence?
Namedropper, Feb. 10, 2015
For SU's Lewandowski, a long path to winning ways
Caroline Chamber celebrates best at awards banquet
People on the Move, Feb. 1, 2015
Pike DA Tonkin seeks third term, cites achievements
Police lodge declines to back Frein DA
PA-Gov: Wolf Unveils Physician General, More Cabinet Nominees
Lifelong Greater Pittston resident James Rooney will lead Pittston’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade on March 7
BBVA Compass names Jennifer Kelly Dominiquini its Chief Marketing and Client Experience Officer
Library's treasures provided second home
Women in Business Q&A: Patti Clifford, Chief Talent Officer, Havas Creative Group
Scranton native pens city-set murder mystery
Two Attorneys Achieve Partner Status With Szaferman Lakind
Beebe Healthcare Names Rick Schaffner Executive Vice President/Chief Operating Officer
Dunmore native now top lawyer for the Air Force
Champion of mentally ill: Jermyn woman helps people through position at Allied
Bank of Bird-in-Hand names new CEO
Dieruff to name basketball court in Linda Cruttenden's honor
Musical habit: Broadway Theatre League brings ‘Sister Act’ to Cultural Center this weekend
Blake wins state Senate reelection
Namedropper, Nov. 5, 2014
State Sen. John Blake, running for re-election, vows ‘informed votes’
Council honors late teacher, city advocate
One Successful Startup
Former Smyrna superintendent, principal, and teacher Charles V. Williams dies
University of Scranton reaching out to recovering trooper
Northeast Woman: Mary Lou Richardson
U of S names Klingman interim head coach
TCMC awards doctoral degrees
BusinessWeekly's People on the Move
80th DREAM GAME: Bill Kasulis named Lions Club Man of the Year
Michael Bradshaw Flynn juggles Scranton Shakespeare Festival and Broadway demands
Names and Faces
People on the Move, July 12, 2014
Scranton School for the Deaf & Hard of Hearing Children named new director
Namedropper, July 2, 2014
People on the Move, July 6, 2014
Local chatter: Farrell awarded Holy Name Society scholarship
Doctorates 5/16/2014
Former mayor receives 62nd B’nai B’rith award
Nanticoke has new accounting director
Corporate Ladder
Founder and President of Melos Institute
Front line first aid: Scranton man served as tank battalion medic in VietnamFront line first aid: Scranton man served as tank battalion medic in Vietnam
Nanticoke has new accounting director
Doctorates 5/16/2014
Corporate Ladder
Scranton's zoning officer, former mayoral candidate, has died
Lacawac names new Executive Director
National award established to honor late Scranton native, Jack Nealon
Former mayor receives 62nd B’nai B’rith award
U of S Grad hired by Keane
Bethlehem Township commissioners reorganize, hire manager
Lackawanna County New Judge
Hillary Stitt named new program manager of Pitt-Bradford TRiO program
Write what you know
Gaughan joins Pike's United Way board
Stop-Question-and-Frisk With Respect
Mount Pocono priest elevated to bishop of Mississippi diocese
Scranton priest becomes new bishop in Jackson, Miss. diocese
Lackawanna Historical Society to host local landscapes book signing and presentation
Medical college honors late doctor
Ex-U of S hoops star Dooley dies
Advocacy and empowerment Moosic woman relishes role as leader of Scranton Area Foundation
Developer buys $2.1M buildings in downtown Scranton
School Board appoints principal, seven assistants
Wunder '81, Yeager '96 Named To MAC All-Century Tennis Team
Karpovich '76, Carey '88 Named To MAC All-Century Golf Team
Rebecca Gonzalez ’10 to Bike Coast to Coast for Catholic Schools
Elizabeth Edmunds, M.D., G’71 Named Family Physician of the Year
Sohns '76, Sannito '90 Named To MAC All-Century Team
Jennifer Sidari, M.D. '09 Remembered for Compassion, Selflessness
Liz Baumbach '03, G'04 Named To MAC All-Century Team
Ed Kastreva Jr. G'13, Brain Tumor Survivor Earns Double MBA
Family of Ryan O'Malley '99, G'03 Prepares for First 5K in His Memory
Chris Wasnetsky ’12 Wins 39th Annual Cherry Blossom 5 Miler
Mia Crotti, N.H.A., G’12 Named New Administrator of Forest City Personal Care Facility
Nick Lazor ’01 Performed As Lead in “Phantom of the Opera, The Ballet”
Christopher J. Murray ’95 Named Executive Director of Willowbrook Assisted Living Facility
William Kullman ’80, Deputy Chief of International Affairs at ATF, Spoke On Campus
Victor F. Greco, M.D. ’47 Featured in The Standard Speaker
Jen Nish '97 Fondly Recalls Stellar Basketball Career
University Honors Brian Duke '79 at Aging Conference
Alesia Walsh ’11 Says Battle with Cancer Changed Her Professional Outlook
Brian Wilkinson G’08 Hired as Football Coach at Pinelands Regional High School
Doug Klein, MPT, CSCS ’00, G’01 Earns Certification in Graston Technique
James Dougher ’92 Appointed Chief Operating Officer of the Jewish Community Alliance of Northeastern Pennsylvania
Annmarie E. Andrejko ’92 Promoted to Senior Vice President of PNC Bank, Northeast
Cindy Cerminaro ’90, G’92 Incorporates Creative Approaches to Teach Students
J.P. Andrejko ’88, G’91 Named to Middle Atlantic Conference All-Century Team
Neal Thompson ’87 Nearing Completion on His Fourth Book
Patrick J. Cummings ’86 Named President of Friendly Sons of St. Patrick of Lackawanna County
Mark Mensack ’84 Featured in Article Titled 'Former Morgan Stanley Broker Blows Whistle, Again'
Mickey Banas ’84 and Todd Bailey ’85 Recall University’s 74-69 Triple-OT Win Over Widener on March 5, 1983
Gary Lewis ’08 Announces Candidacy for Scranton Mayor Position
Jennifer Meckes, Psy.D. ’98 Named Allied Services Integrated Health System’s Director of Psychological Services
David B. Nagle G’87 Appointed President of Nature’s Way Purewater Systems, Inc.
Stephen Franko III, CPA ’78, G’91 Named CFO at Mount St. Mary’s Hospital and Health Center
Kristin Erk Erbach, D.D.S. ’00 Joins Zefran Dental Group in Honesdale
Kim Emick ’93 Recently Certified in Treatment of Lymphedema
Patrick Cawley, M.D. ’88 Hired as Medical University of South Carolina’s VP of Clinical Operations
Angelo J. Bolcato, Esq. ’87 Named to Sussex County Chamber of Commerce Board of Trustees
Joseph Yanish, MHSA, FACHE ’83 Named President of ACHE Rhode Island Chapter
Peter A. Cognetti, M.D. ’79 Named UNICAN of the Year
U.S. Magistrate Judge Malachy E. Mannion '76 Approved to Become Federal District Judge
Rev. Harry Lewis '36, Oldest Priest in the Diocese of Scranton, Dies at Age 101
Michael Le ’12 Starts Studies at Drexel University College of Medicine
Tara Cobb G’12 Promoted to Real Estate Lending Support Coordinator at First National Community Bank
Chad Mullen ’06, Who Uses the Pen Name 'C.M. Mullane,' Publishes New Novel
Lawrence T. Mattern ’05 Completes Requirements for CPA Certification
Joe Templin ’98, Co-owner of Selects Sports Management, Inc., Profiled by Lebanon Daily News
Joseph T. Kelly Sr., D.M.D. ’89, Honored by Academy of General Dentistry
Dana J. Okeson ’86 to Serve as Germantown Friends' Head of School
Terrence P. Lenahan, M.D. ’83, Expert in Pulmonary Medicine and Critical Care, Hired by Delta Media
Nancy Norman Olivo, Ph.D. ’81, Hired as Suffolk’s Director of Human Resources
Thomas G. Parisot ’78 Elected Director of Thomaston Savings Bank's Board for Directors
John Houston, Ph.D. ’72 Wins Clifton (N.J.) Board of Education Seat
David Wenzel ’69, G’74 to Host Series of Vietnam-related Documentaries
Late Eugene Kane Sr. ’54 Recognized By Lackawanna College
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