Tag Archives: MC1968

JLINKEDIN: Hanna, Mark [MC1968] Chief Marketing Officer at Richline Group

2014-Jul-30

http://www.linkedin.com/pub/mark-hanna/a/322/485

Hanna, Mark [MC1968]
Chief Marketing Officer at Richline Group, Inc.
Providence, Rhode Island Area
Luxury Goods & Jewelry

Summary

44 Years in the Jewelry Business but in Marketing since my first paper route in 1955.

Greatest accomplishment = Married for 46 years.

The quotes that exemplify my career experience are:
“You Miss 100% of the shots you don’t take”
“A good hockey player knows where the puck is, a great one knows where it’s going”,
and……”Those who dream most, do most”

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MEMAIL: Reinke, F. John (MC1968) is in Alma Mater’s library

2014-Jul-10

FROM MY SPY IN ALMA MATER’S LIBRARY


Church 10.19.62: children struggling to survive disaster /

by Reinke, Ferdinand J.Reinke, Ferdinand J..
Type: Book

Publisher: [S.I.]: [Lulu], c2009 .Description: 2 v. ; 23 cm .General Note: Ferdinand John Reinke, Manhattan College graduate, class of 1968 .ISBN: 9780557083879; 0557083877.Related Subjects: Religious education Moral education Catholic church — educationContents: v. 1. Consider the possibilities? — v. 1. Consider the results?

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[JR: This just proves that any alumni who writes a book can get into the Library. Laughingly humbled by the inclusion.]

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JLINKEDIN: Bartos, Tony (MC1968) Associate at Welkin Associates

2014-Jul-01

http://www.linkedin.com/pub/tony-bartos/4/339/153

Bartos, Tony (MC1968)
Associate at Welkin Associates, Ltd.
Washington D.C. Metro Area
Defense & Space

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JLINKEDIN: DeStefano, Rich [MC1968] Construction Project Manager

2014-Jun-24

http://www.linkedin.com/pub/rich-destefano/15/673/59

DeStefano, Rich [MC????]
SENIOR PROJECT MANAGER / GENERAL MANAGER
Greater New York City Area
Construction

Summary

Construction professional with experience winning major projects (industrial, office buildings, strip malls, universities) and managing them to successful conclusion. Large company and entrepreneurial experience. Proven ability to simultaneously maximize profitability and customer satisfaction in both expanding and contracting economies.

Strengths include…

• Finding and seizing new business opportunities
• Developing repeat and referral business
• Building winning construction and support teams
• Maximizing productivity and quality
• Overcoming complex scheduling, regulatory, financial and other challenges

Specialties:Estimating / New Business Development / Contract Negotiations / Marketing / Sales / Safety Proposals and Bids / Cost Control / Crisis Management / Quality Control / P&L

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Dear John,

I believe that Rich is a member of the Class of 1968.

Mike

McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

DeStefano, Rich [MC1968] 

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JOBIT: Conde, Ed [MC1955 RIP] by Lawrence, Richard A. (MC1968)

2014-Apr-18

Reporter : Richard A. Lawrence
Website or source of news?: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/northjersey/obituary.aspx?n=edward-conde&pid=170696177&fhid=7389
What did you find?: Hi John,
JOBIT for my back yard neighbor, Ed Conde, MC class of 1955. Ed was a good Jasper and a good neighbor, I will miss him.
Regards,
Rich
Your class year, if appropriate?: 1968
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Lawrence, Richard A. (MC1968)

Conde, Ed [MC1955 RIP]

[JR: Thanks, Rich. I’d have missed this one.]

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http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/northjersey/obituary.aspx?n=edward-conde&pid=170696177&fhid=7389

Edward CONDE
Obituary

CONDE

Edward N. Dr., of Hackensack, passed away peacefully on Wednesday, April 16, 2014, at the age of 80 years.

Dr. Conde’s psychotherapy practice served the Bergen County community for over 25 years. He was also a retired member of the United Federation of Teachers.

Beloved husband of Lyudmila Zimina. Devoted father of Virginia Fitzpatrick and her husband David, Edward Conde and his wife Debra, James Conde and his Fiancé Natasha, Eileen Conde, Alice Leuenhagen and her husband John, Rose Conde, Rita DiCesare and her husband Chris, Steven Conde and his wife Kristine, Marysue Conde, and the late Susan Conde (1971). Cherished grandfather of twelve grandchildren. Dearest brother of Richard Conde and his wife Joan.

The funeral service will be held on Saturday April 19th at 12:30 PM at the G. Thomas Gentile Funeral Home, 397 Union Street, Hackensack. The family will receive friends on Saturday from 9:30-12:30 PM. Interment will follow at Pinelawn Cemetery, Farmingdale, NY. In lieu of Flowers please make donations in Dr. Conde’s memory to the St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital , PO BOX 1000 Dept 142, Memphis, TN 38101. To send condolences, get directions or for further information visit http://www.gentilefuneralservice.com

Published in The Record/Herald News on Apr. 18, 2014

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Conde, Ed [MC1955 RIP]

Guestbook: http://www.legacy.com/guestbooks/northjersey/edward-conde-condolences/170696177?cid=full

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Dear John,

I believe that Ed’s son, also Edward, is a member of the Class of 1985..

Mike

McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.] 

Conde, Edward [MC1985]

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JFOUND: Malone, James P. [MC1968] Chief Nuclear Fuel Development Officer

2014-Apr-13

http://www.redchip.com/company/home/LTBR#Management

James P. Malone
Chief Nuclear Fuel Development Officer

James Malone has more than four decades of high-level experience in the nuclear industry, including extensive experience in all aspects of fuel procurement and management. In late 2009, Mr. Malone retired after a decade with Exelon Generation Company, where as vice president of Nuclear Fuels he provided strategic direction and tactical guidance for Exelon’s nuclear fuel cycle activities. He was responsible for procurement (uranium, conversion, enrichment, and fuel fabrication) for seventeen operating nuclear reactors—PWRs and BWRs—and his expertise guided the management of used fuel. Mr. Malone’s responsibilities also included special nuclear material accounting and safeguards, economics, and fuel cycle costs. Under Mr. Malone’s supervision, the Nuclear Fuels department provided reload bundle and core design, safety analysis, and plant technical support, including fuel reliability, component procurement strategy, and decommissioning strategy.

Before joining Exelon, Mr. Malone served for ten years as vice president and senior consultant at NAC International, where he consulted on fuel reliability and the front and back ends of the nuclear fuel cycle, among other issues. One of his last projects at NAC was the international safeguards system for the Rokkasho Mura reprocessing plant in Japan. Mr. Malone also worked for many years at SWUCO, Inc., first as a nuclear fuel broker, then as manager of technical services, and finally as vice president. Prior to SWUCO, Mr. Malone was manager of economic analysis at Yankee Atomic, where his work led to important decisions on fuel type and design. Mr. Malone began his career in nuclear power in 1968 as an engineer in the utility reactor core analysis section of the Nuclear Engineering Department of United Nuclear Corporation, where his duties included bundle and core design for the Dresden 1 and Yankee Rowe reactors.

Mr. Malone is a member of the American Nuclear Society and past chairman of its Fuel Cycle Waste Management Division. He holds a bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering (nuclear) from Manhattan College and an MBA from Iona College, where he was awarded the Graduate School of Business Award for Academic Excellence.

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Malone, James P. [MC????]

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Dear John,

I believe that James is a member of the Class of 1968.

Mike

McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

Malone, James P. [MC1968]

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JFACEBOOK: Phelps, Stephen E. Jr. (MC1968) “explodes” the petard

2014-Feb-23

FROM FACEBOOK

Phelps, Stephen E. Jr. (MC1968) 

A petard is an explosive device; you can’t “hang” from one. The Shakespeare quote that John is so endearingly groping for in his pointless diatribe is:

“There’s letters seal’d, and my two schoolfellows,
Whom I will trust as I will adders fang’d—
They bear the mandate, they must sweep my way
And marshal me to knavery. Let it work;
For ’tis the sport to have the enginer
Hoist with his own petard, an’t shall go hard
But I will delve one yard below their mines
And blow them at the moon.”
- Hamlet Act 3, Scene 4

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[JR: Thanks from the sidelines. Jump in the Arena. Why is his distribe pointless? And this fat old white guy injineer got his point. Laff! (Never like shakespeare much. too hard to read. I though Heinlein was better.)]

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JFOUND: Gianna, Dominic J. [MC1968] faculty member The Professional Education Group

2014-Feb-05

http://proedgroup.com/practitioner/dominic-gianna

Dominic J. Gianna
Gianna 2011
Dominic J. Gianna
Aaron & Gianna, PLC
New Orleans, Louisiana

Dominic J. Gianna is one of our most popular faculty members. He is a founding partner in the law firm of Aaron & Gianna in New Orleans, Louisiana. He is a fellow of the International Society of Barristers, has worked on both sides of the bench and has represented clients from both sides of the courtroom.

Trial Lawyer

Gianna has tried cases throughout the United States in a wide variety of areas, including products liability, toxic tort and mass class actions, employment law, and commercial matters for both corporate and insurance defendants and plaintiffs. He brings incredible creativity, energy and enthusiasm to the courtroom and to the classroom.

Gianna has served as a special master in complex civil mass tort class actions, has experience as a district judge pro tem by appointment of the Supreme Court of Louisiana, and has served as arbitrator and mediator in complex matters.

Award-Winning Teacher

Gianna has long been regarded as one of America’s outstanding teachers of advocacy, persuasion and trial techniques. He has been recognized with the Hon. Robert Keeton Award from the National Institute for Trial Advocacy (NITA) as one of the most outstanding teachers of trial advocacy in the United States. He is a member of NITA’s national faculty, and has served as a team leader for NITA national and regional programs. He is the founder and director of the Gulf Coast Regional Advocacy and Deposition Training Program.

Acclaimed Lecturer

Dominic has lectured throughout the world in the fields of advocacy, persuasion and trial technique. Thousands of lawyers and other professionals have enjoyed his insightful and entertaining lectures. His continuing legal education seminars are consistently rated by registrants as creative, practical, dynamic, entertaining and effective.

Gianna serves as director of trial advocacy at Louisiana State University School of Law. He has also worked as a visiting faculty member of the trial techniques faculties at both Emory University and Tulane University schools of law.

Published Author

He is the author of Winning in the Beginning: The Art and the Science of Opening Statement (West, 2004). The book is part of West’s Trial Techniques Series and has been called by reviewers the best book ever published on the art of the opening.

Gianna received his Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees in Organic Chemistry from Manhattan College and his law degree from Loyola University School of Law, where he was editor-in-chief of the law review.

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Gianna, Dominic J. [MC????]

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Dear John,

I believe that Dominic is a member of the Class of 1968.

Mike

McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

Gianna, Dominic J. [MC1968]

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POSITRACTION: Phelps, Stephen E. Jr. (MC1968) finds a lesson for us all

2014-Jan-26

FROM A FACEBOOK SHARE BY Phelps, Stephen E. Jr. (MC1968)

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/shanell-mouland/dear-daddy-in-seat-16c_b_4585865.html?ncid=edlinkusaolp00000009

Shanell Mouland
Mother, teacher and writer

Dear ‘Daddy’ in Seat 16C
Posted: 01/13/2014 8:22 am

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Dear “Daddy,”

I don’t know your name, but Kate called you “daddy” for the entire flight last week and you kindly never corrected her. In fact, you didn’t even flinch as you could probably tell that she was not confusing you with her own “daddy,” but instead making a judgment regarding your level of “safety” for her. If she calls you “daddy” then you better believe she thinks you are alright.

I sat Kate, my 3-year-old who has autism, in the middle seat knowing full well that there would be a stranger sitting next to her for the duration of this flight. I had to make a quick decision and based on her obsession with opening and closing the window shade, I figured she might be less of a distraction if she sat in the middle. I watched the entire Temple basketball team board the plane, and wondered if one of these giants might sit by Kate. They all moved toward the back. She would have liked that, she would have made some observations that I would have had to deal with, but she would have liked those players. I watched many Grandmotherly women board and hoped for one to take the seat but they walked on by. For a fleeting moment I thought we might have a free seat beside us, and then you walked up and sat down with your briefcase and your important documents and I had a vision of Kate pouring her water all over your multi-million dollar contracts, or house deeds, or whatever it was you held. The moment you sat down, Kate started to rub your arm. Your jacket was soft and she liked the feel of it. You smiled at her and she said: “Hi, Daddy, that’s my mom.” Then she had you.

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Not long before we landed Kate had reached her limit. She screamed to have her seatbelt off, she screamed for me to open the plane door and she cried repeating, “Plane is cwosed (closed)” over and over. You tried to redirect her attention to her toys. She was already too far gone at this point, but the fact that you tried to help your new little friend made me emotional.

In case you are wondering, she was fine the moment we stepped off the plane. Thank you for letting us go ahead of you. She was feeling overwhelmed and escaping the plane and a big, long hug was all she needed.

So, thank you. Thank you for not making me repeat those awful apologetic sentences that I so often say in public. Thank you for entertaining Kate so much that she had her most successful plane ride, yet. And, thank you for putting your papers away and playing turtles with our girl.

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The next time I’m somewhere with a non-somnambulant (http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/somnambulant) child that’s disturbing me, I will remember this lesson.

I hope I can measure up to this “Daddy”.

At the same time, the picture of a beautiful child, befuddled by autism, makes me frustrated.

With all our “science”, we understand so little.

At least with dementia in the elderly and not so “old”, one can say “they had a life”. With this child, and too many others, they have been truly robbed.

Instead of Gooferment wasting money on things of dubious value, I wish they robbed me, and all of us, so that I could set the priorities for funding research.

As much as wished for a cure for my wife, I much more wish for a cure for this little girl.

Kudos and BZ to whoever this “Daddy” was. You’ve taught me a lesson.

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JFOUND: McGovern, Thomas P. [MC1968] Clinical Assistant Professor of Urology

2013-Dec-27

http://weill.cornell.edu/faculty/departments/urology.html

Weill Cornell Medical College Faculty

McGovern, Thomas P. Clinical Assistant Professor of Urology.
Assistant Attending Urologist, NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital.
B.E.E. 1968, Manhattan College; M.D. 1974, Cornell University Medical College.

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McGovern, Thomas P. [MC1968]

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