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ENDNOTE: Reinke, F. John (MC1968) disagrees with Petrone, Louis S. “Key West Lou” (MC1957)


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


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I feel compelled to comment further re the nine blacks killed while in church in Charleston. An act of white supremacy. Slavery was banned via the Civil War more than a 150 years ago. The Confederacy died with it. Confederate ideology not, however.

Things have gotten worse in the six years Obama has been President. Not his fault. The fault of those whites who cannot stand the thought of a black man in power.

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I disagree that it’s not Obama’s fault.

I strongly disagree with “who cannot stand the thought of a black man in power”.

He has practiced racially divisive tactics politically. Spoke out inappropriately at times. And, in general, demonstrated his youthful inexperience.

For example, after blaming guns for the killing, without mentioning the SSRI component of all but two of the mass murders by young males, he incorrectly states that this doesn’t happen anywhere else in the world. A fact that was quickly refuted by folks on the internet.

Then, instead of being Presidential and flying to Charlestown, he goes to Hollywood for two fund raisers.

This is his fault.

Leadership is badly lacking in this country. And, it’s taking all of us — black and white — down to Perdition.


Happy “independence day”. Lower case because “We, The Sheeple” have lost it by electing the corrupt politicians.

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PRAYERSREQUESTED: Colon, Philip J. (MC1962) prays for Dorothy Sweeney


Good Morning All,

From John Reinke, we hear of ” Grandma Sweeney’s ” fall. Mrs. Sweeney, Pete Sweeney’s mom, took a fall on Thursday that required some major surgery on her kneecap to reconstruct it. Surgery was done this past Friday and we pray that Mrs. Sweeney is recuperating free of pain and that her recovery is quick and free of complication. Knee surgery can be complicated. Mrs. Sweeney, besides being Pete’s Mom, has a very special place in John’s heart. She was an important caregiver to John as he was growing up so that John’s Mom was able to work. This special lady needs our prayers. Thank you. God Bless.

Phil Colon

Colon, Philip J. (MC1962) 

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Sweeney, Peter K. (MC1964)

Reinke, F. John (MC1968)

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JLINKEDIN: O’Neill, Patrick J. [MC1968] President at Redhand Advisors


Patrick J. O’Neill has a new job.
Now President at Redhand Advisors.

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O’Neill, Patrick J. [MC????]
President at Redhand Advisors
Greater Atlanta Area
Management Consulting

Executive leader with extensive experience and recognized expert in Health IT, Risk and Insurance technology industries focused on growing and retaining profitable business and achieving significant results. Proven track record as an operator focused on account management, business development, customer delivery and operations with extensive experience leading startup and global multi-million dollar teams to achieve significant results. Founding member of successful start-up software business and key contributor in growing business from start-up to industry leader.

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Dear John,

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


McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

O’Neill, Patrick J. [MC1968]

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JFOUND: Fratarcangelo, Peter A. [MC1968] CEO International HealthCare, LLC



Peter A. Fratarcangelo Ph.D.
Chief Executive Officer, International HealthCare, LLC

Dr. Peter A. Fratarcangelo, Ph.D. is the Chief Executive Officer at International HealthCare, LLC.

Dr. Fratarcangelo has more than 25 years experience in the clinical research of Rx, Over the Counter (OTC), & RxOTC switch compounds. As CEO of International HealthCare, former CEO and Director of Research at International Pharmaceutical Research (a mid-size CRO), Dr. Fratarcangelo has guided the research of more than 150 compounds. He has been successful in designing, coordinating, and implementing entire clinical programs for 9 RxOTC switches & 7 Rx – NDA programs, 3 NCE agents, one biologic and two medical devices. As Director of Research, Dr. Fratarcangelo successfully guided the clinical development and provided the pivotal research for many important new drugs now on the market. DR. Fratarcangelo has presented more than forty papers and clinical reports at symposiums and conferences covering the wide range of therapeutic areas evident in his research referenced above.

DR. Fratarcangelo is also a frequent speaker at International Research Conferences, training the attendees on the design of clinical studies for RxOTC switching, proper clinical site management, and Good Clinical Practices (GCP). Before starting his Clinical Research Organization (CRO) in 1984, Dr. Fratarcangelo worked as Associate Director of Rx Clinical Research in the New Drug Development Department at Pfizer Pharmaceuticals and in the OTC arena as Associate Director-Personal Products at Richardson-Vicks, Inc.

Dr. Fratarcangelo holds a Bachelor in Science degree from Manhattan College, an Master in Science from New York University, and a Ph.D. from CPU. He is an associate member of the CHPA, a member of the Drug Information Association and a charter member of the National Institute for Infectious Disease.

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Fratarcangelo, Peter A. [MC????]

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Dear John,

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


McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

Fratarcangelo, Peter A. [MC1968]

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JUPDATE: Looram, Lloyd J. [MC1968] id-ed by McEneney, Mike (MC1953)


JFOUND: Looram, Lloyd J. [MC1968] Managing Director of The Looram Consulting Group2015-Mar-01

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Dear John,

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


McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

Looram, Lloyd J. [MC1968]

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JFOUND: Looram, Lloyd J. [MC1968] Managing Director of The Looram Consulting Group



Lloyd J. Looram

Lloyd J. Looram, C.P.A., serves as Managing Director of The Looram Consulting Group, Inc.

Mr. Looram serves as a Member of State Tax Advisory Board at Tax Management, Inc. He is a Member of AICPA, NYSSCPA, the Advisory Board of the NYU Institute on State and Local Taxation, and the Board of Directors of the Masters Basketball Association, Inc.

He is a speaker at state and local tax seminars, institutes, and symposia sponsored by New York University, the Institute for Professionals in Taxation, TEI, COST, the FTA, and the Florida Society of CPAs.

Mr. Looram is an author of articles and papers on a variety of profound state and local tax matters, including contributions to The New York Times, The Multistate Tax Report, The Financial Manager, State Tax Notes, West’s International Law Bulletin, and The CPA Journal.

He is an expert witness in state and local tax litigation and a recipient of the 2008 NYU Outstanding Achievement in State and Local Taxation Award.

Mr. Looram received his CPA and B.B.A. from Manhattan College.

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Looram, Lloyd J. [MC????]

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Dear John,

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


McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

Looram, Lloyd J. [MC1968]

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JEMAIL: Marketing Intern Opportunity at Good Shepherd School – Inwood


From: Reinke, F. John (MC1968)
Date: Fri, Jan 16, 2015 at 10:04 AM
Subject: Re: Potential Marketing Intern Opportunity at Good Shepherd School – Inwood
To: Carolyn Predmore (MCfaculty)
Cc: Sweeney, Peter (MC1964)


I hope that Manhattan can help Good Shepherd.

On a humorous note, that perhaps the intern can use, my 2009 novel “CHURCH 10●19●62″ “features” GSS as the locale. (Two bucks on Kindle) And, I draw on my youth there to make the story have “texture”. One of the comments was that “everyone had their first crush on a girl in grammar school.” I used it on the jacket.

That’s one of the two books I brought to my presentation to the Marketing Club in 2010.

I, of course, send an autographed copy to BOTH the Manhattan College and the GSS library.

If I can be of any help with this project, then don’t hesitate to ask.

GSS 60, MP 64, MC68, FDU 75, and FDU 85


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On Thu, Jan 15, 2015 at 11:06 PM, Peter Sweeney wrote:

Dear Professor Predmore:

Hope you have successfully settled back in following the intersession in Frankfurt. Having taught a summer session engineering course for the first time last July, I have some sense of how much more intense the fast track instructional approach must have been when accomplished away from one’s familiar environment.

With the Spring semester about to kick off, I am reaching out to you in my capacity as a member of the Board of Directors of Friends of Good Shepherd School (FOGSS), a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization. Since it opened its doors in the 1920’s, Good Shepherd School has been the educational starting point for countless Manhattan College grads including my cousin F. John Reinke and I.

Like all too many ADNY schools, Good Shepherd began to slowly fade in the 1990’s. Ultimately, declining enrollment and mounting expenses put GSS on the list for closure in 2010. Thankfully it was rescued by the leadership of Pastor Fr. Robert Abbatiello (MC 1982 Business) and the extraordinary generosity of a deeply dedicated group of Jasper led alumni (FOGSS). Together, we helped save GSS and today it is again a vibrant school carrying on the work of providing the children of Inwood and surrounding northern Manhattan and Bronx neighborhoods with a quality Catholic education. Our goal now is to make Good Shepherd self sustaining by further growing the enrollment.

FOGSS is thus looking to draw on some knowledgeable marketing support that could be provided by a local college marketing major. Given the above cited Jasper connections and our proximity to campus (215th St stop on # 1 train line), Manhattan is our first stop for recruiting. If you think this is an intern opportunity that might be of interest to one of your students, I would welcome the chance to explore it by phone or in person.

Best regards,
Pete Sweeney
Adjunct Associate Professor
Civil & Environmental Engineering

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[JR: Of course, any one can help. Anyone who buys the Kindle or print version as a result of this story and tells me will get a donation to FOGSS in their name. Every little but helps. I’d be happy to autograph any printed copy when I see you somewhere. I guess I can autography your Kindle but why you’d want that beats me.]

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