JFACEBOOK: Himsworth, Julieanne Boone [MC2004]

2014-Aug-01

https://www.facebook.com/julieanne.himsworth/about

Himsworth, Julieanne Boone [MC2004]

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JFOUND: Schroder, William B. [MC1980] Vascular Access Center of Georgia

2014-Aug-01

http://www.vascularaccesscenters.com/physicians

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Dr. Schroder graduated from Manhattan College with a Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry. He received his medical training at New York University School of Medicine. He went on to Intern in General Surgery at New York University Bellevue followed by a Residency in General Surgery at Long Island Jewish Medical Center in New Hyde Park, New York. He became Chief Resident, General Surgery in 1998 at Long Island Jewish Medical Center. He then went on to complete a Research Fellowship and Clinical Fellowship in Vascular Surgery at UMDNJ – Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, New Brunswick, New Jersey. He is a Fellow, American College of Surgeons. Dr. Schroder specializes in fistula creation and all aspect of hemodialysis access maintenance, peripheral arterial disease, limb salvage, and arm and chest port placement.

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Schroder, William B. [MC????]
Vascular Access Center
VAC of Georgia

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Dear John,

I believe that William is a member of the Class of 1980.

Mike

McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

Schroder, William B. [MC1980]

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JFOUND: Loehr, George C. [MC1962] President eLucem

2014-Aug-01

http://www.energycentral.com/bio/630/George-Loehr

George Loehr
Title: President
Company: eLucem
Member Since: 06/01/2002

George C. Loehr received a Bachelor of Electrical Engineering degree from Manhattan College in 1962, and a Master of Arts in English Literature from New York University in 1964. He began his engineering career in transmission planning with the Consolidated Edison Company of New York in 1962. Following the 1965 Northeast Blackout, he was actively involved in a wide range of follow-up activities, and chaired the committee which did the first computer simulation of that event.

Loehr joined the New York Power Authority as Chief Planning Engineer in 1969, and the Northeast Power Coordinating Council (NPCC) in 1972. He was very active in regional, national and North American Electric Reliability Council (NERC) activities, serving on numerous committees, subcommittees and task forces. He was named Executive Director of NPCC in 1989, and remained in that position until his retirement in 1997.

Now self-employed, Mr. Loehr does management consulting, appears as an expert witness, writes, and teaches a variety of courses on power systems to non-technical professionals. His clients have included organizations throughout the U.S., Canada and China. He serves as Vice President and member of the Board of Directors of the American Education Institute (AEI), and is a charter member of Power Engineers Supporting Truth (PEST). Loehr is an “unaffiliated member” of the Executive Committee of the New York State Reliability Council, which works in conjunction with the New York ISO, and chairs its Reliability Compliance Monitoring Subcommittee. He is a recognized national expert on electric power system reliability.

Mr. Loehr has given expert testimony in the states of New York, Vermont, Kentucky, New Mexico, Mississippi, and in Washington, DC. He has done TV interviews with BBC, CNN, WPIX and CBC, and is a frequent lecturer, keynote speaker, and/or chair at professional conferences all over the U.S. and Canada. In addition, he does audio tape lectures for various organizations, including the IEEE, “Professional Development Options,” “Red Vector,” and AEI.

Articles by Mr. Loehr have appeared widely in the trade press, including Public Utilities Fortnightly, Electrical World, The Electricity Journal, Electricity Daily, Transmission & Distribution World, Energy Perspective, Restructuring Today, Revue E tijdschrift, and elsewhere. He is co-editor of and a contributor to the IEEE book, The Evolution of Electric Power Transmission Under Deregulation: Selected Readings.

In addition to his engineering career, Mr. Loehr is a published author, has exhibited his art photographs at galleries in the New York metropolitan area, and has done stock photography for a world-wide photo agency. His photos have appeared in numerous magazines, advertisements, business brochures, and several “coffee table” books, and one of his art photographs was used as the cover for Sandra Brown’s best-selling novel, Fat Tuesday. He recently completed his first novel, Blackout!

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Loehr, George C. [MC1962]

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JEMAIL: Antenucci, John (MC1959) Alumni Connections and Building Community

2014-Aug-01

Roni and John Antenucci
Sarasota, FL 34241

John,

Attached is a photo of Stephen Auger and myself. It was taken at my home in Sarasota, FL.

I want to thank Stephen and the Manhattan College Alumni Relations team for taking the time to personally share the vision of greater involvement of Manhattan Alumni in making Connections and Building Community beyond the space & time spent at Manhattan College. Our reach is throughout the United States and the ever decreasing span of the world in which we live.

John Antenucci

Antenucci, John (MC1959)

2014 08 01 ja

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[JR: Looking good and thanks for calling that to everyone’s attention. Now for my attempt at humor, are you sure the didn’t want to repossess your diploma for an overdue library book? The fine from ’59 would be a pretty penny. Or I could go for the Ghost of Christmas Past, but that is to easy. Thanks again. And, Alma Mater get kudos for cost-effectiveness too.]

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JNEWS: Murphy, William G. [MC1978] Boiling Spring Lakes city engineer

2014-Jul-31

http://stateportpilot.com/news/article_ab5cdfca-17f0-11e4-8a1b-0019bb2963f4.html

Boiling Spring Lakes takes on city engineer, $75,000 salary
Posted: Wednesday, July 30, 2014 9:51 am | Updated: 9:54 am, Wed Jul 30, 2014.
By Jason Tyson, Staff Writer

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Boiling Spring Lakes’ new city engineer has 30 years of civil engineering experience in the private sector and a strong educational background.

The city has announced the employment of William G. Murphy for the newly created role.

Murphy will be paid an annual salary of $75,000 plus benefits and will begin work August 11.

“Mr. Murphy was one of five interviewees for the position,” city manager Jeff Repp said. “Based on his varied experience in engineering, including dealing with local governments on a variety of issues, he quickly rose to the top of the potential applicants. I’m pleased that he has agreed to come on board and develop this new position created by the city’s board of commissioners.”

Murphy completed his undergraduate work at Manhattan College, graduating cum laude with a degree in civil engineering. He received his master’s degree in the same field from Northwestern University in 1981. He also holds a master’s degree in business administration from the University of Connecticut.

“I am very excited about it, for the city engineer has a profound impact on infrastructure improvements and safety for the general public,” Murphy said. “I understand what that is like, for I have a broad-based geotechnical and civil background. I am particularly interested in creating this new role of city engineer.”
Murphy said he has had experience evaluating earthen dams, in wastewater collection and distribution, drainage and road system design, and geohydrology.

He recently served as vice-president for Urban Engineers in Hartford, Connecticut, and was director of engineering and operations for AI Engineers in nearby Middletown from 2008 to 2010.

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Murphy, William G. [MC????]

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Dear John,

I believe that William is a member of the Class of 1978.

Mike

McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

Murphy, William G. [MC1978]

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JNEWS: Kelly, Russell A. [MC1950 RIP] mentioned in article about son

2014-Jul-31

http://www.thehour.com/_/the-samples-with-rowayton-native-at-the-helm-rock-bayley/article_2fd87352-ef46-5ab9-b765-9faf8fd1da2e.html

The Samples, with Rowayton native at the helm, rock Bayley Beach
Posted: Monday, July 28, 2014 11:00 pm
By FRANCIS X. FAY
Senior Writer

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Sean Kelly, fourth of five sons of the late Russell A. and Claire Szalai Kelly, was raised at 49 Wilson Ave. and 273 Rowayton Ave. before moving to Vermont in his teens. His grandfather, Howard J. Kelley, had been awarded the Distinguished Service Medal for bravery in World War I and his father had spent six months in a German prison camp after being captured in the Battle of the Bulge in World War II. His father had been a gifted caricaturist and outstanding baseball pitcher for Manhattan College offered a contract by the New York Yankees prior to Pearl Harbor.

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Kelly, Russell A. [MC???? RIP]

  • outstanding baseball pitcher for Manhattan College
  • six months in a German prison camp after being captured in the Battle of the Bulge in World War II
  • gifted caricaturist 
  • offered a contract by the New York Yankees prior to Pearl Harbor

[JR: Wow!  ]

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Dear John,

I believe that Russell is a member of the Class of 1950.

May He Continue To Rest In Peace.

Mike

McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

Kelly, Russell A. [MC1950 RIP]

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JFACEBOOK: McCabe, Nicole (MC2005) Saint Stephen of Hungary School

2014-Jul-31

https://www.facebook.com/nicole.mccabe.77/about

McCabe, Nicole (MC2005) 
Saint Stephen of Hungary School
New York, New York
Fordham University
Literacy · New York, New York
Manhattan College
Bronx, New York
Academy of the Holy Angels
Demarest, New Jersey

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