Alumni Making Headlines: February 2013

University of Scranton alumni are often in the headlines. Here is a list of links to news stories highlighting their recent accomplishments.

Gary Regan ’64 helped give seven Scranton High School students an up-close tour of Washington, D.C. To read more, click here

Peter A. Cognetti, M.D. ’79 was named UNICAN of the Year by the Scranton chapter of the UNICO. He received the award Jan. 26 at the chapter's charity ball. To read more, click here.

Robert J. Mancuso ’80, G’83 has joined Wayne Bank as senior vice president, chief information officer. To read more, click here.

Joseph Yanish, MHSA, FACHE ’83, a hospital administrator for more than 28 years, was inducted as president of the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE) Rhode Island chapter Jan. 17. To read more, click here.

Angelo J. Bolcato, Esq. ’87, partner at Laddey, Clark & Ryan, LLP, has been named to the Sussex County Chamber of Commerce board of trustees. The chamber, which has more than 700 members, recently held an induction ceremony for its 2013 board. Bolcato is vice chair of the chamber’s membership committee. To read more, click here.

Patrick Cawley, M.D. ’88 was hired as the Medical University of South Carolina’s vice president of clinical operations and CEO of the Medical University Hospital Authority. Cawley previously served as chief medical officer of the hospital authority. To read more, click here.

Janine Kubasko Starinsky G’92 was featured in the Times-Tribune’s “Talk of the Times” section, where she discussed the upcoming community forum on memory care at Oakwood Terrace. To read more, click here.

Tom Anderson ’93 co-founded Rabbit Hole Brewing, a new craft microbrewery opening in Texas, which has selected the city of Justin as its initial business location with a grand opening scheduled in the coming months. To read more, click here.

Kim Emick ’93, an occupational therapist at Allied Rehab Hospital, was recently certified in the treatment of lymphedema by Lymphatic Care Specialists in Blacksburg, Va., where she studied anatomy, physiology, and the pathophysiology of the lymphatic system. To read more, click here.

Kristin Erk Erbach, D.D.S. ’00 has joined the Zefran Dental Group in Honesdale. She was formerly employed by Cherry Ridge Dental Center. To read more, click here.

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