Tag Archives: MC1964

JNEWS: Horn, William J. ‘Bill’ (MC1964) reports on Twomey, Thomas A. [MC1967 RIP]



Tom was a former–and distinguished–Student Government President at a pivotal time.   He was also may attorney and a friend. Amazing that someone one knows is eulogized by a former secretary of state accompanied by a former President.   The crowd was huge–much larger than quoted in the article.  I was at the church and the reception afterwards.    There were many, many people, lots of cars, closed roads and a large police presence to direct the mourners. Tom’s death was page one in all the local papers.  Thought you would like to know. Bill 

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[JR: Thanks. Sad loss. Regardless of how many or how famous the participants, it just another reminder of our own mortality. I appreciate the heads up. It’s a nice honor.]

Horn, William J. ‘Bill’ (MC1964)

Twomey, Thomas A. [MC1967 RIP] 

PRAYERSREQUESTED: Colon, Philip J. (MC1962) has Prayer Request / Prayer Of Thanks


Good Evening All,

John Reinke, Jasper Jottings, tells us of a young relative and friend. Ed, a young Father and Husband has been in our prayers before. Our prayers are requested for Ed who will be going in on December 11, 2014 for what is expected to be a minimally invasive heart bypass procedure that will last two hours. Ed will be at Einstein Hospital. We pray that the Surgeon’s hands are quided by God’s hand for a successful outcome with no complications. Please keep Ed and his Family in your prayers that all goes as they pray for. I believe that Ed is related to Pete Sweeney but I wanted to get this request out before checking with Pete.

Mike McEneney tells us that Cathie is home now and continues to make good progress. Breathing is still not at a proper level but there is improvement their as well. A prayer of thanks is in order and we are happy to have Cathie and Mike both home again. Thank you. God Bless.

Phil Colon

Colon, Philip J. (MC1962) 

[JR: Ed is son-in-law to Andrew Joyce ’64. Andrew is married to Cathy, who happens to be both Pete ’64 and my cousin. The Moms of Cathy, Pete, and I are all sisters. Pete’s Mom Dorothy is the last surviving sister. Pete’s Dad just celebrated his 95th birthday. So, Pete will be attending Jasper basketball games for a long time to come. Laugh! ]

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JEMAIL: Presidents of the Manhattan College Alumni Society, past and present


RE: Presidents of the Manhattan College Alumni Society, past and present

2014 Nov 10 IMG 3193

Dear John,

             Here is a picture of some past presidents of the Alumni Society with our Current President, Meg Walsh. For those of you who may have not kept up, they are from left to right: Bill Chandler ’70, George Skau ’59. Pete Sweeney ’64, Jim Smith ’60, of course Meg, Mike McEneney ’53, & Bill Harkins ’67. The picture was taken at the Installation Ceremony for the 2014 Class of the Athletic Hall of Fame, a very enjoyable event that was held in the Kelly Commons on Saturday night.


McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated. A very elite cadre!]

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Chandler, Bill [MC1970]

Harkins, Bill [MC1967]

McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

Skau, George [MC1959]

Smith, Jim [MC1960]

Sweeney, Pete (MC1964)

Walsh, Meg [MC1979]

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JOBIT: Roth, John J. [MC1940 RIP] id-ed by Scarlata, Richard M. (MC1964)



Another Jasper.

Richard Scarlata

> From: “Bernard J. Flaherty” 
> Date: November 8, 2014 at 7:25:55 AM EST
> To: “Richard M. Scarlata” 
> Subject: Fwd: John J. Roth (1947-1978) Rest in Peace
> Richie: Forwarded for your information since this gentleman is, like you, a Jasper.
> Bern
> ———- Forwarded message ———-
> Date: Nov 8, 2014 7:07 AM
> Subject: John J. Roth (1947-1978) Rest in Peace
> To:
> My Dad, John J. Roth, who served the FBI for 31 years, almost all of it in
> the NYO, and was a member of the Society for 36 years passed away this
> morning, in peace and grace, at home in his sleep. He was 96.
> Dad was a member of the greatest generation, one of the millions of
> American heroes who gave the prime of the lives to save the world in WWII. He
> was born in NYC in 1918, graduated from Manhattan College in 1940 and served
> as a Lieutenant in the U.S. Navy in World War II and participated in the
> D-Day landings. After the war, he worked briefly as an accountant and then
> joined the Bureau. He retired in 1978 after the change to the age 55
> mandatory retirement. It was my great privilege to serve the first three years
> of my career in the NYO with him.
> My Mom, who died in 2007, and Dad had 8 children, 16 grandchildren and 8
> great grandchildren. Dad was devoted to his God, his family and his
> country. He was the epitome of a gentleman in every sense of the word. He
> touched all of us who knew him and those of us who knew him or had the
> opportunity to meet him are the better for it.
> Dad will be waked at Andrett’s Funeral Home, 353 Second Ave. (between 20th
> and 21st Street) in NYC on Monday and Tuesday from 2-4 and 7-9. His
> funeral is at Immaculate Conception Church, 414 East 14th Street (14th about 100
> feet east of First Avenue) on Wednesday, November 12, at 11AM.
> In lieu of flowers, the family is suggesting donations to Manhattan
> College, the Immaculate Conception School Helping Hands Fund, the Inner City
> Scholarship Fund or a charity of their choice.
> Jim Roth
> 75-00 NYO

[JR: Thanks, Rich. Much appreciated.]

Scarlata, Richard M. (MC1964)

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In Memory of
John J. Roth
September 7, 1918 – November 7, 2014

Roth, John J.-Loving husband of the late Mary (Henry), Father of the late Elizabeth Danbeck (Robert), and surviving children Jane, John (Andrea), James (Frances), Mary Karl (Billy Bob), Kathryn Lilly (Kevin), Patricia, Margaret Depp (Oren Richard); PopPop to 16 cherished grandchildren and 8 great grandchildren and Uncle “Kiffee” to his special niece and companion Regina Henry as well as numerous nieces and nephews. He passed away at home, in peace and grace.

Born on the West Side in 1918, John graduated from Manhattan College in 1940, served as Lt. in the U.S. Navy in WWII, including the D-Day landings, and went on to serve as a Special Agent of the FBI from 1947 – 1978. He was a loyal supporter St. Veronica’s in Greenwich Village and of Immaculate Conception Church where he served as a trustee, President of the Parish Council and lector until his late 80’s. Devoted to his God, his family and his country, he will be missed by his family and all who knew him.

Friends may call at Andrett Funeral Home, 353 Second Ave @ 21st St. on Monday & Tuesday 2-5 & 7-9pm. Mass of Christian Burial will be held at Immaculate Conception Church 414 E 14th St. on Wednesday 11am. Interment to follow at Gate of Heaven Cemetery, Hawthorne, NY.

In lieu of flowers, the family suggests donations to Manhattan College, Immaculate Conception School Helping Hands Fund or the Inner City Scholarship Fund (www.innercityscholarshipfund.org) or a charity of your choosing.


Roth, John J. [MC1940 RIP] 

Guestbook: Same link

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Colon, Philip J. (MC1962) added this request to his prayer circle.

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JOBIT: Power, Pierce [MC1952 RIP] by Scarlata, Richard M. (MC1964)


Richard Scarlata

11:33 AM (1 hour ago)

to John

Richard Scarlata
Sent from my iPhone

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> Subject: R.I.P.-Pierce Power
> Some of you younger folks might not be familiar with Pierce Power(a Manhattan alum), who passed away on Sunday, but he was one of the biggest fans of Manhattan sports, especially track and field. He got me to join the Spiked Shoe Club back in 1972. We shared many good times together, including driving from NY to Richmond in 1977 to watch Sam Summerville win the 800 at the USA-Soviet Junior meet. He was one of the really good guys.
> Visitation will be today, Tuesday, September 9, at the Coster Hepner Funeral Home in Cutchogue, Long Island. The hours are 2-4 and 7-9 pm. The funeral service will be held tomorrow, Wednesday, September 10, at 12:30pm at Our Lady of Ostrabama Catholic Church on Depot Lane in Cutchogue.

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Power, Pierce [MC1952 RIP]

Scarlata, Richard M. (MC1964) 

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Colon, Philip J. (MC1962) added this request to his prayer circle.

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JFOUND: Sartor, Anthony J. [MC1964] CEO Paulus, Sokolowski & Sartor, LLC



Anthony J. Sartor Ph.D., P.E., P.P.
Chief Executive Officer, Paulus, Sokolowski & Sartor, LLC


Dr. Anthony J. Sartor, also known as Tony, Ph.D., P.E., P.P. serves as the Chief Executive Officer of Paulus, Sokolowski & Sartor, LLC.

Dr. Sartor served as the President and Chief Operating Officer of KeySpan Services Inc., a division of Keyspan Corp. He served as a Senior Vice President of KeySpan Services at KeySpan Corporation.

He served as a member of Board of Commissioners at Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, New York from March 1999 to January 7, 2007.

He served from 1992 to 1999 as a Commissioner of the New Jersey Sports and Exposition Authority.

He is listed in Who’s Who in America, Who’s Who in American Science and Engineering, American Men and Women of Science, as well as many other national and international directories. He has been a Director of Premier Alliance Group Inc. since August 14, 2014.

A pioneer in the environmental engineering field since the 1960s, Dr. Sartor received his Ph.D. and Masters degree from the University of Michigan in Chemical Engineering and his Bachelors Degree from Manhattan College.

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Sartor, Anthony J. [MC????]

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Dear John,

I believe that Anthony is a member of the Class of 1964.


McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

Sartor, Anthony J. [MC1964]

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JEMAIL: Nicholas, Douglas (MC1964) Sunday, August 24 12-3pm Ulster NY


Hi Folks,

I’ll be at the Ulster County Historical Society on Sunday, August 24, from noon till 3.

Hope to see you there! (If you’re in the UK or Santa Fe, NM, you’re excused.)



Nicholas, Douglas (MC1964) 

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Ulster County Historical Society Presents
Meet our Local History Authors Sunday, August 24 12-3pm

The authors we brought together have written novels or non-fiction historic material, pertaining to the history of the Hudson Valley and particularly Ulster County. Authors will be giving brief readings of their chosen titles and an opportunity to talk with them afterward. Books will be available for sale throughout the event.

Myra Armstead, Freedom’s Gardener: James F. Brown, Horticulture, and the Hudson Valley in Antebellum America

Vernon Benjamin’s new book, The History of the Hudson Valley: FromWilderness to the Civil War

Carol Goodman, several literary mysteries involving the Hudson Valley, for young adult and adults; Blythewood, The Drowning Tree, The Seduction of Water

Richard Heppner, Legendary Locals of Woodstock Janine Fallon-Mower, Woodstock, Woodstock Revisited Douglas Nicholas, historical fantasy: Something Red, The Wicked

Will Nixon, Walking Woodstock, The Pocket Guide to Woodstock

William Rhoads, two guides to historic architecture in Kingston & Ulster County, Ulster County, New York: The Architectural History & Guide, Kingston, New York: The Architectural Guide

Hudson Talbott, children’s books, River of Dreams
Christine Wade, Seven Locks: A Novel, a Dutch-American woman fights her own war of

independence as the American Revolution approaches the Hudson Valley.

A.J. Schenkman and Elizabeth Werlau, Murder & Mayhem in Ulster County by both authors, Wicked Ulster County: Tales of Desperadoes, Gangs and More by

A.J. Schenkman (both published by The History Press)

Entry is free. Books will be available for purchase.

Bevier House Museum 2682 Route 209, Marbletown 338-5614 or http://www.ulstercountyhs.org for more information 

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