Tag Archives: MC1957

JEMAIL: McEneney, Mike (MC1953) finds a picture in the NYT

2014-Oct-30

Dear John,

On Monday, October 27th, page A22 in the print edition of The New York Times, there is a picture that accompanies an Article entitled “Generations of Lawyers Gather for a Reunion Like No Other” about a reunion of current and former members of the United States Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York. There is a Manhattan connection in the Picture – On the left end standing is Otto Obermaier, ’57, on the right end is Judge John Martin, ’57, both former U.S. Attorneys for the Southern District, and in the Center Standing, is James Comey, Director of the FBI, son of J. Brien Comey Class of 1953! (Rudy Giuliani, ’65 is also a Former U.S. Attorney for the Southern District, is not in the picture as he appeared via TV).

An impressive group of JASPERS!

Mike

McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

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Comey, J. Brien [MC1953]

Giuliani, Rudy [MC1965]

Martin, John [MC1957]

Obermaier, Otto [MC1957]

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http://www.nytimes.com/2014/10/27/nyregion/generations-of-lawyers-gather-for-a-reunion-like-no-other.html?_r=0

2014 Oct 30 27REUNION master675

 

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[JR: I’ll make no comment on your reading tastes! The Old Grey Lady has fallen off the wagon, imho.]

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JNEWS: Fitzpatrick, Paul [MC1957] Jos. A. Bank’s Brand President

2014-Sep-30

http://apparelaccessoriesluxurygoods.retail-business-review.com/news/mens-wearhouse-names-retail-brand-presidents-and-evp-of-direct-sourcing-300914-4390646

Men’s Wearhouse names retail brand presidents and EVP of direct sourcing
Published 30 September 2014

Men’s Wearhouse (MW) today announced Scott Norris has been named Men’s Wearhouse Brand and Moores Brand President and Paul Fitzpatrick has been named Jos. A. Bank’s Brand President.

Additionally, Jim Thorne was named Executive Vice President of Direct Sourcing. All three will report to Mary Beth Blake, the Company’s President and Chief Merchandising Officer.

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Paul Fitzpatrick was most recently President and Chief Operating Officer of ESP Group Ltd. from 2010 to 2013 and previously, he was Executive Vice President and General Merchandise Manager of Men’s and Children’s for Macy’s West. From 1992 to 2009, Fitzpatrick held various positions at Macy’s West, including EVP and GMM Home Furnishings, Regional Store Director, and San Francisco Union Square Store Manager. From 1988 to 1991, Fitzpatrick served as Senior Vice President and GMM and SVP and Director of Stores at I Magnin in San Francisco. Fitzpatrick holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Marketing from Manhattan College.

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Fitzpatrick, Paul [MC????]

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DearJohn,

I believe that Paul is a member of the Class of 1957.

Mike

McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

Fitzpatrick, Paul [MC1957]

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JEMAIL: Dans, Peter E. (MC1957) detected snarky

2014-Sep-01

From Dans, Peter E. (MC1957)

The quote in the Post-traction about Pope Francis was OK up to the point that the writer slammed Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI with the snarky “angels on the head of a pin” dig. It was both unnecessary for the Obama comparison he was making and unfair to someone who will be recognized as one of the greatest and humblest of Popes ever. He will be declared a saint in due time.

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[JR: It was in the “end note”.   And, I thought it was a fair differentiation between the two world views. Both men have their own “style”.   For all the homespun humility of Pope Francis, I suspect that he, like most Pope’s, is made of sterner stuff.   Critiquing them is far above my pay grade, but I will observe on the differences.   What I took away from the whole article was summed up by that quote about “People Who Say It Can’t Be Done … … should not interrupt those who are doing it.” — attributed to George Bernard Shaw  And, after all, it is important to know how many angels will fit on that proverbial pin. ]

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JEMAIL: Dooley, Brendan H. (MC1957B) rejoins the distribution

2014-Aug-29

Somehow, somewhere I was dropped from your mailings. Would appreciate getting on your mailing list again, {Privacy Invoked}.

Thank you
Brendan 57B

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Dooley, Brendan H. (MC1957B)

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Invite extended. You just need to accept. It prevents me from spamming folks.

welcome back.

fjohn68

[JR: It always makes me feel good to have joiners or rejoiners. Gets lonely here on the Collector In Chief’s Desk in the Virtual Jasper Newsroom!]

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JEMAIL: Flynn, Bro. Gregory (MC1957) has a video about Addis Hope

2014-Aug-08

Hello John,

This is an Addis Hope video put together by my colleague, Ruth Girmay, to thank our donor/partners for their support. {Privacy Invoked} What do you think?

Br. Greg

http://youtu.be/JsvdqkzFJbQ

Flynn, Bro. Gregory (MC1957) 

[JR: I like it. And I hope it motivates our fellow alums to support it.]

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JNEWS: Uhran, John J. Jr. (MC1957) 2014 ASEE Fellow

2014-Jul-18

http://www.tmcnet.com/usubmit/2014/07/18/7929032.htm#

[July 18, 2014]

John Uhran Named 2014 ASEE Fellow
(Targeted News Service Via Acquire Media NewsEdge)

NOTRE DAME, Ind., July 17 — The University of Notre Dame issued the following news: John J. Uhran Jr., senior associate dean emeritus and professor emeritus of computer science and engineering at the University of Notre Dame, has been named a fellow of the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE).

The grade of fellow is conferred upon an individual who has been an ASEE member for a minimum of 10 years and in recognition of his or her outstanding contributions to engineering or engineering technology education.

Although his research interests focused initially on communication theory and systems and simulation techniques, more recently he devoted time to artificial intelligence. Uhran maintained a special interest in engineering education throughout his career, providing significant leadership in the development of many undergraduate programs in Notre Dame’s College of Engineering.

A faculty member since 1966, Uhran helped develop several laboratories at Notre Dame and published more than 90 technical papers and 30 reports. He is co-developer of NDTran, a software package used to simulate large systems. Before retiring, he began a series of conferences on First Year Engineering Education. The sixth in the series is being held at Texas A&M in August. He has been actively involved in both the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers and ASEE, served as an adviser for Tau Beta Pi and is a member of Eta Kappa Nu, Sigma Xi and Alpha Phi Omega.

Uhran received his doctorate in electrical engineering from Purdue University in 1967. He earned his master’s and bachelor’s degrees, both in electrical engineering, from Purdue (1963) and Manhattan College (1957).

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Uhran, John J. Jr. (MC1957)

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JNEWS: Petrone, Louis S. “Key West Lou” (MC1957) Featured Host, Blog Talk Radio

2014-Jul-14

http://keywestlou.com/featured-host/

FEATURED HOST
Posted on July 10, 2014 by keywestlou

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I have been doing Blog Talk Radio for two years. Love doing the show! It is a quick half hour of Louis expressing his thoughts on political and social issues. The half hour requires 10-12 hours weekly of preparation. Which I enjoy! I was a lawyer. Lawyers research.

Blog Talk Radio advised me this week that I have been elevated to Featured Host. The designation is noted on my blog talk radio page. Additionally, I will be listed picture and all as a Featured Host on Blog Talk’s home page. Do not be impressed. Blog Talk is a big operation and has many hosts. Featured Hosts number about one hundred.

Blog Talk indicated the reason for the designation being applied to the show was two fold. A growing audience and the quality of the subject matter presented.

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Petrone, Louis S. “Key West Lou” (MC1957)

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