Tag Archives: MC1963

PRAYERSREQUESTED: Colon, Philip J. (MC1962) prays for Bonomini, Lou [MC1951]


Good Evening All,

Mike McEneney received a note from his Mt. St. Michael Classmate and Fellow Jasper, John Sullivan ’63. John asks for our prayers for another Fellow Jasper and former neighbor of Mike’s, Lou Bonomini ’51. Lou has been diagnosed with Liver Cancer and needs our prayers. Some of you may know Lou. He is a Korean War Veteran and Member of VFW Post # 8213, Somers, N.Y. Please keep Lou and his Family in your prayers as we pray that the MDs contain the Cancer and are able to begin the process of restoring Lou to good health again. Thank you John for sharing the information with us. God Bless.

Phil Colon

Colon, Philip J. (MC1962) 

# – # – # – # – #   

McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

Sullivan, John [MC1963]

Bonomini, Lou [MC1951]

# – # – # – # – #   

Good Evening All,

If you have received multiple Prayer Request this evening from me regarding Lou Bonomini, I apologize. My computer was doing very strange things and it took some doing for me to get it somewhat under control. Thank you. God Bless.

Phil Colon

# – # – # – # – #  

[JR: Sorry for your trouble but it happens. My software groups them all into one thread. No big deal.]

# – # – # – # – #  2014-Aug-24 @ 11:23   

JFOUND: Regan, Michael J. [MC1963] Director Scientific Games Corp



Regan, Michael J. [MC1963]
Chairman of Audit Committee and
Member of Nominating & Corporate Governance Committee
Scientific Games Corporation


Mr. Michael J. Regan served as Vice Chairman and Chief Administrative Officer of KPMG LLP. Mr. Regan worked with KPMG for 40 years during which time he was involved in a wide range of business activities, including Lead Audit Partner for many well-known Fortune 500 companies.

He served four years in the United States as a naval officer.

He has been a Director of Lifetime Brands, Inc., since 2012. Mr. Regan has been a Director of Scientific Games Corporation since February 23, 2006 and of Eyetech Pharmaceuticals Inc. since June 2004. He has been a Director of Dynavox Inc. since September 2011.

He is a Member of the Board of Trustees of Manhattan College.

He has been a Director of Allied Security Holdings LLC of Allied-Barton Security Services since March 2005. He served as a Director of Citadel Broadcasting Corp. from March 3, 2007 to June 3, 2010.

He served as the Chairman of the United Way of Bergen County, New Jersey.

Mr. Regan is a graduate of Manhattan College with a Degree in Business Administration.

# – # – # – # – #   

JFOUND: Monetta, Dominic J. [MC1963] is on Wikipedia



*** begin quote ***

Dominic J. Monetta, (born 1942)[1] served as the Deputy Director of Defense Research and Engineering (Research and Advanced Technology) from 1991 to 1993, acting as the de facto Chief Technology Officer for the United States Department of Defense. He had previously held the position of Director, Office of New Production Reactors, at the United States Department of Energy from 1989-1991,[2] in addition to serving as the Technical Director and the Senior Executive at the Naval Ordnance Station, Indian Head, Maryland from 1986-1989. Dr. Monetta serves as the science and technology member of the Board of Hudson Technologies, Inc,[3] The Center for Security Policy,[4] The PAM Institute[5] and the Nevada Test Site Historical Foundation.[6]

*** and ***

Dr. Monetta received a B.S. in Chemical Engineering from Manhattan College, a M.S. in Engineering Administration (Operations research) from the George Washington University, and a Doctorate in Public Administration (R&D Management) from the University of Southern California.[5]

*** end quote ***

Monetta, Dominic J. [MC????]

# – # – # – # – #    

Dear John,

I believe that Dominic is a member of the class of 1963.


McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

Monetta, Dominic J. [MC1963]

# – # – # – # – #   

JFOUND: O’Malley, Thomas D. [MC1963] BoT Florida Polytechnic University



Thomas D. O’Malley of Palm Beach, Florida, is Executive Chairman of PBF Energy Company LLC, a public company listed on the New York Stock Exchange. PBF is a Fortune 150 company and the fifth-largest independent crude oil refiner in the United States. From 1990-2011, Mr. O’Malley served as Chief Executive Officer and/or Chairman of various public companies in the energy sector. He has served on the Boards of Salomon Brothers, Tosco Corporation, Premcor Corp., Phillips Petroleum, Lowes Corp., Petroplus and Petsmart.

He also has been on the boards of many educational and charitable organizations, and recently retired as Chairman of the Board of Trustees for Manhattan College, his alma mater. He has received many honors, including the Refining Leadership Award from Harts, the Director’s Award for Global Vision from the Mercantile Exchange, the Humanitarian Award from the National Conference of Christians & Jews, the Ellis Island Medal of Honor and Manhattan College’s De La Salle Medal. He was awarded an honorary Doctorate in Humane Letters by Manhattan College in 2012.

Born on Staten Island, New York, Mr. O’Malley earned his bachelor’s degree in Economics from Manhattan College in 1963. He and his wife, Mary Alice, have four grown children and eight grandchildren.

# – # – # – # – #   

O’Malley, Thomas D. [MC1963]

# – # – # – # – #   

JNEWS: O’Malley, Thomas D. [MC1963] Florida Polytechnic U BoT



Governor Rick Scott Appoints Thomas O’Malley to the Florida Polytechnic University Board of Trustees

May 12 • 42 Views • View Comments
Share Button

Tallahassee, Fla. – Today, Governor Rick Scott announced the appointment of Thomas “Tom” O’Malley to the Florida Polytechnic University Board of Trustees.

O’Malley, 72, of Stuart, is the executive chairman for PBF Energy. He received his bachelor’s degree from Manhattan College. O’Malley fills a vacant seat and is appointed for a term beginning May 12, 2014, and ending June 30, 2015.

The appointment is subject to confirmation by the Florida Senate.

(850) 717-9282

# – # – # – # – #  2014-May-12 @ 23:11  

JEMAIL: Insull, Bob (MC1963) remembers Chilly Willy


Insull, Bob (MC1963)

It is kind of eerie to see that Bro. William Batt (or Chilly Willy as we Chem majors called him – tho not to his face) should pass away on the very day I was telling the story of how he induced me to donate blood when, as a 17 year-old freshman, I needed written parental permission to do so. I was telling the story while signing up to donate once again a scant 54 years later. The chemistry  lessons never took (I graduated as a Psych major) the life lessons apparently have. RIP Chilly Willy.

# – # – # – # – #   

[JR: I remember donating and head to the Green Leaf. I don’t think that’s what the Brothers had in mind.]

# – # – # – # – #  2014-May-04 @ 15:53  

JEMAIL: Insull, Bob (MC1963) questions “it depends”


Bob Insull ’63 commented 

You ask in your ENDNOTE from issue # 17 (4/27/14) if it’s too little, too late to “define the Church’s brand” by strictly enforcing Canon Law. My answer: It depends on whether that brand is the open inclusive love of Jesus or the rigid legalistic thinking that He scorned in the Pharisees of His time.

# – # – # – # – #   

[JR: Isn’t there anything in between. The “brand” should be (imho) “hate the sin; love the sinner”. When someone proclaims to be “Catholic” and is at variance at the basic level, then they have to be held to account. Far too long, scandal has been tacitly permitted. Heaven and Hell is far above my pay grade. But allowing this confusion is leading folks astray. Again, just my POV; not that counts for anything?]

# – # – # – # – #  2014-Apr-28 @ 12:03