Tag Archives: MC1963

JNEWS: Kelly, Ray [MC1963] has a memoir coming

2015-Mar-24

http://www.yenewyorkpost.com/2015/03/23/ray-kelly-details-post-911-terror-exploits-in-upcoming-memoir/

Ray Kelly details post-9/11 terror exploits in upcomin’ memoir

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Kelly, Ray [MC1963]

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JFOUND: Murphy, J. Emmett [MC1963] Westchester County Supreme Court

2015-Mar-16

http://ballotpedia.org/J._Emmett_Murphy

J. Emmett Murphy

J. Emmett Murphy is a justice for the Westchester County Supreme Court in the 9th Judicial District of New York. Following election, he took office on this court in 1997. He was re-elected in 2010 and his current term expires in 2024.[1][2]
Education

Murphy received his B.A. degree from Manhattan College in 1963 and his J.D. degree from Fordham University School of Law in 1966.[1]
Career

Prior to his judicial career, Murphy worked as First Deputy Corporation Counsel for the Yonkers Law Department. In 1980, he joined the Yonkers City Court. He served on this court through 1991 and served as the Supervising Judge from 1987 to 1991. He joined the Westchester County Court in 1992 and then took office as a Supreme Court Justice in 1997.[1]
2010 election

In an eight-way race, Murphy was one of the four judges elected.[3]

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Murphy, J. Emmett [MC1963]

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JFOUND: Passarella, Michael J. [MC1963] Chairman of Audit Committee Unum Group

2015-Jan-28

http://www.bloomberg.com/research/stocks/people/person.asp?personId=11171168&ticker=UNM&previousCapId=661651&previousTitle=ICAP%2520PLC

Michael J. PassarellaFormer Independent Director, Chairman of Audit Committee and Member of Regulatory Compliance Committee, Unum Group

Mr. Michael J. Passarella served as Audit Partner of PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP from 1975 to 2002.

Mr. Passarella served as Managing Partner of PriceWaterhouseCoopers LLP’s securities industry practice from 1983 to 1998 and was the capital markets industry global audit leader from 1998 to 2001. He started his career with Price Waterhouse in 1963.

He has more than 40 years experience in the professional and financial services industry.

He serves as Director of Catholic Big Brothers of New York and Theaterworks USA. He also serves as a Director of the Manhattan College board of trustees.

He served as Independent Director of Unum Group from January 31, 2006 to May 20, 2014. Mr. Passarella served as Independent Director of Nyfix Inc. from October 23, 2007 to November 30, 2009. Mr. Passarella served as a Director of Archipelago Holdings Inc. since August 2004.

Mr. Passarella received his Bachelor of Business Administration degree in accounting from Manhattan College.

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Passarella, Michael J. [MC1963]

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JEMAIL: McEneney Edward J. (MC1959) sees O’Malley, Thomas D. [MC1963] in WSJ

2014-Dec-18

John,

FYI

Tom O’Malley interview WSJ December 17, 2014, MARKETPLACE Page B6.

Edward J. McEneney 59B

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O’Malley, Thomas D. [MC1963]

McEneney Edward J. (MC1959)

[JR: Behind a paywall.]

http://www.wsj.com/articles/boss-talk-pbf-energy-keeps-focus-on-growth-1418766312?mod=wsjde_finanzen_wsj_barron_tickers

As Oil Prices Plunge, PBF Energy Remains Focused on Growth
Executive Chairman Sees ‘Net Positive’ for Refiners
By Alison Sider

A lot of energy industry executives are reeling as oil prices plunge, but Tom O’Malley isn’t panicking.

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COMMENT: Apoldo, Lou (MC1963) wants a chron index

2014-Dec-15

Administrivia suggestion for next year. Would it be possible to arrange the weekly index and the news reports/stories in chronological order by graduation year, so that we could more easily locate news about our own fellow classmates? Thanks.

Lou Apoldo
BCE ’63

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[JR: taken under advisement. This was a previously requested feature. It adds a lot of time. Blue Griffon software doesn’t do it automagically!]

Apoldo, Lou (MC1963) 

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JFOUND: Hayes, Francis X. [MC1963] author ‘Death at the Black Bull’

2014-Dec-12

http://www.frankhayesauthor.com/bio/

Francis X. Hayes

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Frank Hayes grew up in in Yonkers, New York with his parents and two sisters. He attended Sacred Heart Catholic schools from kindergarten through twelfth grade then headed to Manhattan College where he earned his degree in education. He later completed advanced degrees at SUNY New Paltz.

Frank has spent much of his life as an English teacher. He had a long a successful career as an educator introducing inner city students to the power of language. For over thirty years he taught grades six through twelve. Beyond the regular curriculum, Frank taught Mass Media, Film, Debate and Creative Writing. Outside the formal education system, Frank worked with the Fresh Air Fund and various non-profit groups for over fifteen years. He has been involved with outdoor education, teaching wilderness survival, orienteering, pond studies, and group challenge courses. He’s also directed summer camps and programs specializing in courses for brain injured children and adults.

Frank has lived most of his life on a small farm in New York’s Hudson Valley with his wife of over fifty years, Fran. Together they have raised eight children and now have a large extended family. Over the years Frank’s love of nature and animals has brought a menagerie to their small farm. While they specialized in breeding AKC registered English Springer Spaniels, they have also raised horses, cats, chickens, pigs, goats and more.

Frank started writing when he retired from teaching. His first novel Death at the Black Bull was published under the Berkeley imprint by Penguin Random House in the fall of 2014. The sequel, Death on the High Lonesome, will be published in 2015.

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Hayes, Francis X. [MC????]

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Dear John,

I believe that Francis is a member of the Class of 1963.

Mike

McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

Hayes, Francis X. [MC1963]

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JNEWS: Petroski, Henry [MC1963] John P. McGovern Award for Science

2014-Dec-09

http://blogs.asce.org/petroski-honored-with-the-2014-john-p-mcgovern-award-for-science/

Petroski Honored With the 2014 John P. McGovern Award for Science
BY Doug Scott
December 8, 2014

Henry Petroski, Ph.D., P.E., Dist.M.ASCE, NAE, an Aleksandar S. Vesic professor of civil engineering and professor of history at Duke University, as well as a well-known author of influential books on the nature of engineering, and in particular on why some engineering designs fail, received the 2014 John P. McGovern Award for Science from the Cosmos Club Foundation in Washington, D.C. The John P. McGovern Foundation Trustees annually select an awardee in the areas of science, literature, arts, and humanities whose endeavors have clearly distinguished them as leaders in their spheres of activity. Petroski, an ASCE Distinguished Member from the Class of 2008, will be presented a medal commemorating his selection, and also deliver a lecture at the Cosmos Club in an area of his expertise.

A distinguished author, Petroski’s landmark book, To Engineer Is Human: The Role of Failure in Successful Design, was published in 1985 and then developed into a BBC television documentary first broadcast in 1987. Petroski has continued to write and lecture on the topics of success and failure, drawing upon historic and contemporary case studies to illustrate his thesis about the central role of failure in the engineering design process. His celebrated books include The Pencil: A History of Design and Circumstance (1990), The Evolution of Useful Things (1992), Design Paradigms: Case Histories of Error and Judgment in Engineering (1994), Engineers of Dreams: Great Bridge Builders and the Spanning of America (1995), Invention by Design: How Engineers Get from Thought to Thing (1996), The Book on the Bookshelf (1999), Paperboy: Confessions of a Future Engineer (2002), Small Things Considered: Why There Is No Perfect Design (2003), Success Through Failure: The Paradox of Design (2006), The Toothpick: Technology and Culture (2007), The Essential Engineer: Why Science Alone Will Not Solve Our Global Problems (2010), An Engineer’s Alphabet: Gleanings from the Softer Side of a Profession (2011), and To Forgive Design: Understanding Failure (2012). In addition, he writes an engineering column for American Scientist, a column on the profession for ASEE Prism (American Society for Engineering Education), and occasionally for the New York Times.

His books, articles, and lectures have earned Petroski a broad range of recognition, including 5 honorary degrees – from Clarkson University (1990), Trinity College (1997), Valparaiso University (1999), Manhattan College (2003), and Missouri University of Science and Technology (2011) – and a Guggenheim Fellowship (1990-1991). Among his other honors are the Washington Award from the Western Society of Engineers, the Ralph Coats Roe Medal from the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, and the Civil Engineering History and Heritage Award from ASCE. He also the recipient of a Centennial Award as an Outstanding Engineering Graduate of Manhattan College and an Alumni Award for Distinguished Service from the College of Engineering of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

A graduate of Manhattan College with a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering, both his master’s and doctoral degrees are in theoretical and applied mechanics from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; he has also taught at the University of Illinois and at the University of Texas at Austin.

In 1975 Petroski joined the staff of Argonne National Laboratory to start up and head a new group in fracture mechanics for the Reactor Analysis and Safety Division. Although the focus of his work at Argonne was on problems relating to the development of liquid-metal fast breeder reactors, while at the laboratory he developed a broad interest in failure analysis and began to write about issues in technology and society for such publications as the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Technology Review and the New York Times. He moved to Duke University in 1980 in order to be able to devote more time to writing longer articles and books on engineering and design.

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Petroski, Henry [MC1963]

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