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JEMAIL: Report on Brother George

Phil & John,

Brother George Berrian a former Principal of Manhattan Prep suffered an apparent stroke this week and needs our prayers.
I received following update this morning from Joe Dasaro (Prep ’56, MC ’60):
spent a few hours sitting with him yesterday. He appears to be in a coma so I don’t know if he could hear me. He has no physical paralysis. The nurses and other brothers said they would take turns sitting with him through the night. Many Manhattan people have visited including Mrs Heckendorn’s daughter (remember her mother…the secretary in the  MP Director’s office). His brother from Long Island is planning on coming tomorrow.
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ADMINISTRIVIA: Computer issue

Working from my backup system so things are screwed up.

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Administrative. Forgot computer again

2015-07Jul-04

Sorry. 

Will get the weekly issue out as soon and as best I can. 

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JOBIT: Peltier, Hubert Conrad [MC1943 RIP] on 2015-Jul04

2015-07Jul-04

http://obits.dignitymemorial.com/dignity-memorial/obituary.aspx?n=Hubert-Peltier&lc=5088&pid=175217469&mid=6506182

In Memory of

Hubert Conrad Peltier

 
April 6, 1925 – July 4, 2015
Obituary
Hubert C. (Bert) Peltier, 90, of Williamsburg, Virginia, passed away peacefully on July 4, 2015, with his family present. He was born April 6, 1925 in New York, New York and resided in Williamsburg, Virginia for the past 23 years, after having lived in Indiana, Michigan, New York, Pennsylvania, Tokyo Japan, South Carolina, and Florida. He graduated from Manhattan College in 1943 and Indiana University’s School of Medicine in 1948. He served in the U.S. Army and Air Force. He was a physician in a private practice for pediatrics after receiving his M.D. He then served as Research Physician, Chief of Clinical Development, and Manager of Clinical Research for the Upjohn Company; Vice President & Medical Director for Bristol Laboratories; and then after having worked seventeen years for Merck Sharpe & Dohme Research Labs, he finished his career as Senior Vice President of International Corporate Affairs. He then served as consultant and interim Director of Medical Affairs for Sterling Winthrop. He was certified by the American Board of Pediatrics, served as Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics, was a member of the American Medical Association, the American Society of Microbiologists, and the American Society for Clinical Pharmacology & Therapeutics. He was also a member of the Pharmaceutical Manufacturers Association where he served as Vice Chairman of the Research Section and Chairman. Bert loved reading and music and was an accomplished pianist. Bert was an avid sports fan and loved to play golf, bridge, and poker. He is survived by his wife of 63 years, Joan, of Williamsburg; daughter, Jan Draber and husband, Skip, of Vienna, WV; daughter, Marcia Brinker and husband, Chris, of Wilmington, DE; daughter, Karen Riggert and husband, Dave, of Groton, MA; son, Bret William Peltier, of Kitty Hawk, NC; and son, Jeffrey Hubert Peltier, of Kennett Square, PA; grandchildren, Brandon Peltier; Ross and Lauren Draber; Eric, Ryan and Keith Brinker; Julie, Sarah, and Jacob Riggert; daughter-in-law, Nancy Peltier; sister, Margaret Stapleton; and several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his son, Mark Edward Peltier.
 
A private service will be held in Williamsburg, VA at a later date.
 
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Peltier, Hubert Conrad [MC1943 RIP]
Guestbook: Same link
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Colon, Philip J. (MC1962) added this request to his prayer circle. 
 
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ADMINISITRIVIA: Left computer at home

2015-Jun-26

Came to the Jersey shore and left the computer at home.

Hence, the weekly compilation will be delayed until late Sunday afternoon or early evening.

Sorry; getting senile. (Brought the power cord FWIW!)

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JLINKEDIN: Grindstaff, Charles (MC1993) Mortgage Loan Officer at Everbank

https://www.linkedin.com/in/cgrindstaff

Grindstaff,  Charles (MC1993)
Mortgage Loan Officer at Everbank 917.523.5191
Greater New York City Area
Banking

Summary
BANK MANAGEMENT PROFESSIONAL
Talented, enthusiastic, and dependable banking management professional with extensive experience in business development, client management, and strategic planning. Expertise in cultivating and maintaining key relationships, developing new business, and establishing lasting banking relationships. Proven ability to inspire and motivate staff through coaching and directing interactions with the client to ensure customer satisfaction. Strong ability to recognize potential problems and provide corrective action efficiently. Special interest in Anti Money Laundering monitor and enforce operational controls to adhere with legal, corporate and regulatory policies.
KEY COMPETENCIES
• Relationship Management
• Business Development
• Sales Strategies/ Tactics
• Customer Service
*. Operations and Controls Aml/BSA
• Training & Coaching
• Regulatory Compliance
• Recruitment & HR Processes
• Personnel Oversight
• Product Presentations

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ADMINISTRIVIA: Live at the game!

IMG 1062well it’s here

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Manhattan falls to Hampton 74-64. We’re incredibly proud of our back-to-back MAAC Champions…

Less than two hours till tip-off and we’re ready to dance! LET’S GO JASPERS! #GoJaspers…

RT @mikecsontos: Tough outcome today, but proud of my @GoJaspers for a great season and overcoming…

RT @BASMRMSW: Proud of my Jaspers. @GoJaspers @steve_masiello @ManhattanEdu great season. The…

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Back at the ranch after a disappointing trip to the “First Four”. Argh! Sadly, I think the Jaspers were beaten when they were seeded — both as MAC champ to play in and as fodder for the KY #1 seed. My analysis of the game was that when Hampton ran off 7 quick ones, they were never able to catch up. Some really questionable calls went against them. And, my pet peeve, when they played good defense and we going to get a turnover — change of possession was imminent, two coach called timeouts and one player called time out, saved the turnover. Credit the H coach for calling timeout late in the second half, when two of the H players were losing their composure. Last spurt was just too little too late. Argh! “Once in a lifetime”. (Ticket was 62.50? AND 10 to park. Argh!)

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FROM Sweeney, Peter K. (MC1964)

Argh Squared.

Agree that officiating was dreadful in that the Zebras allowed play to get much too physical. Hampton is not that good. Our seniors were flat out awful. If MC had played a game like that in any round of the MAAC tournament, we would have lost just as badly. I was on campus Sunday evening for the Selection party with the team. When CBS posted that we were in a play-in game for right to meet Kentucky, the air was sucked out of the room. I think it hurt our Coach as well since it seemed like selection committee set up a situation where his resume issue and subsequent belated graduation from Kentucky would become a front page story again this year.

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