Tag Archives: MC1969

JFOUND: O’Malley, Vincent Grady [MC1969] in Wikipedia

2014-Jul-12

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grady_O%27Malley

Grady O’Malley
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Pro playing career 1969–1970
Career history
1969–1970 Atlanta Hawks
Career highlights and awards

2007 Inductee into Manhattan College’s Athletic Hall of Fame

Career NBA statistics
Points 50 (2.1 ppg)
Rebounds 26 (1.1 rpg)
Assists 10 (0.4 apg)
Stats at Basketball-Reference.com

Vincent Grady O’Malley (born April 25, 1948) is a retired American professional basketball player, in the forward position.

He was selected by the Atlanta Hawks in the 19th round (3rd pick, 214th overall) of the 1969 NBA Draft. He played in 24 games in his NBA career, and averaged 2.1 ppg and 1.1 rebounds. Prior to playing in the NBA, he starred at Manhattan College. He was inducted into the Manhattan College Hall of Fame in 2007.[1]

Following his brief stint in the NBA, O’Malley attended law school and is currently an Assistant United States Attorney for the District of New Jersey.[2]

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JUPDATE: Marshall, Tom [MC1969] id-ed by McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

2014-May-05

JNEWS: Marshall, Tom [MC1969] CFO Lakeway Regional Medical Center Texas
2014-May-03

http://www.beecavebee.com/news/local-news/410-lrmc-under-new-management

LRMC under new management
Published on Wednesday, 30 April 2014 19:16 | |

Marshall, Tom [MC????]

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Dear John,

I believe that Tom is a member of the Class of 1969.

Mike

McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

Marshall, Tom [MC1969]

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JNEWS: Marshall, Tom [MC1969] CFO Lakeway Regional Medical Center Texas

2014-May-03

http://www.beecavebee.com/news/local-news/410-lrmc-under-new-management

LRMC under new management
Published on Wednesday, 30 April 2014 19:16 | |

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The troubled Lakeway Regional Medical Center has annunced a Hospital Management Agreement which will lead to a new team taking over the day to day running of the facility. This follows a thwarted attempt to sell the facility to a larger operator.

Here is the April 30th Press Release — “The Board of Lakeway Regional Medical Center (LRMC) has signed a multi-year administrative services agreement with QIR (QHR Intensive Resources) for management support services. The announcement of the agreement was made by Frank Sossi, legal counsel and acting interim chair of the hospital Board of Managers, and Mickey Bilbrey, president of QIR.

Under the terms of the agreement, QIR will furnish an on-site CEO and CFO management team, bringing expertise and resources to strengthen the hospital’s ongoing operations and enabling it to continue providing high quality patient care to the community. The hospital’s Board of Managers will retain full control over governance responsibilities.

“The Board carefully considered its alternatives before choosing QIR,” said Mr. Sossi. “Having engaged QIR last year for consulting support, we got to know them, valued their expertise, and decided QIR would be a good fit to help the hospital grow. We believe that QIR will be an effective partner in strategically moving LRMC forward and improving hospital performance.”

QIR has significant experience working with community hospitals and health systems. Mr. Bilbrey noted that QIR has provided LRMC with financial and operational advisory services over the past several months and understands the specific situation at LRMC: “We look forward to expanding our role to oversee hospital management and working with the LRMC medical staff and employees in meeting the healthcare needs of the Lakeway community.”

Joyce Hein, interim CEO, will continue to serve in this capacity while a national search for a permanent CEO is conducted. Tom Marshall has been named permanent CFO. Mr. Marshall has 25 years’ experience in financial executive positions within the healthcare industry. He is a graduate of Manhattan College and a CPA.”

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Marshall, Tom [MC????]

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Dear John,

I believe that Tom is a member of the Class of 1969.

Mike

McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

Marshall, Tom [MC1969]

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JFACEBOOK: Quinn, Peter [MC1969] San Fran Public Library

2014-Apr-07

http://youtu.be/Df-brQmNdgY

Peter Quinn at the San Francisco Public Library

Peter Quinn reads from Dry Bones, the third Fintan Dunne detective novel. You can check out Peter Quinn’s books from our online catalog: http://sflib1.sfpl.o./..

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Quinn, Peter [MC1969]

8½ video

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JNEWS: Carbonell, Ruben [MC1969] elected to the National Academy of Engineering

2014-Feb-06

http://bulletin.ncsu.edu/2014/02/carbonell-elected-to-nae/

Chemical engineering professor Ruben Carbonell has been elected to the National Academy of Engineering, one of the highest honors in the field. He is one of 67 new members and 11 foreign associates announced by the academy Thursday.

Carbonell was cited for “research and innovation in multiphase reactor design, high-pressure thin-film coating, and novel bioseparation processes.”

In the early 1980s, he developed a new mathematical model to describe the hydrodynamic performance of trickle bed reactors that are useful in petroleum processing. In the mid-1990s, his research group developed a novel way of identifying small, inexpensive and robust peptide ligands for the purification of proteins from biological sources by affinity chromatography.

Carbonell’s work was instrumental in identifying specific ligands for the removal of the prion protein that is responsible for variant Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease, better known as Mad Cow Disease, in humans. He led the development of a process for making a novel filter to be used for the removal of prion protein from human blood during transfusions. One of these ligands is also being used to reduce the risk of prion transmission during intravenous injections of therapeutics such as antibodies derived from pooled human plasma.

Carbonell is a fellow of both the American Institute of Chemical Engineers and the Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Division of the American Chemical Society. His numerous awards at NC State include the Alexander Quarles Holladay Medal for Excellence, the highest award given to university faculty. He has published over 230 papers, is an inventor with more than 30 patents and is co-founder of two start-up companies.

Carbonell earned a bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering from Manhattan College in 1969 and a Ph.D. from Princeton in 1973. He spent 10 years in the Department of Chemical Engineering at the University of California, Davis before joining NC State in 1984.

He served as head of the Department of Chemical Engineering at NC State from 1994 to 1999 and was also co-director of the National Science Foundation Science and Technology Center for Environmentally Responsible Solvents and Processes from 1999 to 2008.

Carbonell is the director of the William R. Kenan Jr. Institute for Engineering, Technology and Science and has led the Golden LEAF Biomanufacturing Training and Education Center on Centennial Campus since 2008.

He is the 12th current NC State faculty member to be elected to the NAE, a private, independent nonprofit organization that provides engineering leadership in service to the nation. Two emeritus faculty members are also members.

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Carbonell, Ruben [MC1969]

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JFOUND: Wagner, Philip [MC1969] Founder at The Fusion Project

2013-Dec-12

http://www.linkedin.com/pub/philip-wagner/8/395/780

Wagner, Philip [MC1969]
Founder at The Fusion Project
San Francisco Bay Area
Primary/Secondary Education

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JNEWS: Quinn, Peter [MC1969] Dry Bones, the third and final installment

2013-Dec-11

http://irishamerica.com/2013/12/the-history-mystery-man/

The History-Mystery Man
Peter Quinn
Peter Quinn

By Tom Deignan
December / January 2014

The author Peter Quinn, whose third and final installment of the Detective Fintan Dunne trilogy was released in October, talks to Tom Deignan.

It’s been nearly 20 years since Peter Quinn’s epic Banished Children of Eve, arguably the greatest novel of the New York Irish, was published. Over the course of 600 pages, Quinn depicts the city in all its gore and glory, as the Irish and others struggle to find a place in America, which had absorbed wave after wave of Famine immigrants, only to then be plunged into a bloody Civil War. With extraordinary attention to detail and a diverse cast of characters, Quinn presents the causes and consequences of these seismic events, including the Draft Riots of 1863, and raises important questions about the Irish, immigration, assimilation and the myth of the melting pot.

“Once the Irish stepped off those boats, they were different people. Because now they had to deal with all these other people,” Quinn said recently, seated in the back room of the Old Town bar on East 18th Street in Manhattan.

Now 66, Quinn was alternately comic and reflective, irreverent and earnest, over the course of a wide-ranging interview that covered his writing career, the Irish in America, as well as his latest book, Dry Bones, the third and final installment in his celebrated Fintan Dunne trilogy.

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JNEWS: Gaffney, Brother James [MC1969] Pro Ecclesia et Pontifice

2013-Nov-28

http://www.lewisu.edu/news/newsarticle.htm?PArticleID=9419#.Upd72o034i4

Brother James receives Papal Recognition
Published: November 27, 2013.

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Brother James Gaffney, FSC, President of Lewis University, received the Pro Ecclesia et Pontifice (“For the Church and Pope”) medal Tuesday, November 26 at the Cathedral of Saint Raymond Nonnatus in Joliet. Most Reverend R. Daniel Conlon, Bishop of Joliet, presented the Papal Recognition during the closing Mass and Celebration of the Year of Faith to him and to ten other outstanding members of the Diocese of Joliet.

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Brother James chairs both the Lasallian Association of College and University Presidents and the Midwest District Council of the Christian Brothers. An alumnus of St. Mary’s University of Minnesota, he holds master’s degrees from St. Mary’s and Manhattan College (N.Y.), plus a doctorate in pastoral theology from the University of St. Mary of the Lake (Ill.). 

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Gaffney, Brother James [MC????]

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Dear John,

I believe that Brother received his Masters in 1969.

Mike

McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

Gaffney, Brother James [MC1969]

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JNEWS: Quinn, Peter [MC1969] guest appearance

2013-Nov-02

http://ewallstreeter.com/artists-at-work-peter-quinn-nov-3387/

Artists at Work: Peter Quinn – Nov 02,2013
From Alltop RSS
November 1, 2013 – 8:00pm

My next guest is Peter Quinn, who joined Time Inc. as the chief speechwriter in 1985 & retired as corporate editorial director for Time Warner in 2007. He received a BA from Manhattan College (1969), an MA in history from Fordham Univ (1974) and was ABD.. He was awarded a Ph.D., honoris causa by Manhattan College (2002). In 1979, he was Governor Carey’s chief speechwriter, continuing under Governor Mario Cuomo; he helped craft the Governor’s 1984 Democratic Convention speech & his address at Notre Dame University. His 1994 novel Banished Children of Eve won a 1995 American Book Award. Looking for Jimmy: In Search of Irish America was published in 2007. Colum McCann summed up Quinn’s historical detective novels — Hour of the Cat (2005), The Man Who Never Returned (2010), and Dry Bones (2013) — as “generous and agile and profound.” He co-wrote the 1987 television doc “McSorley’s New York,” (NY Emmy for “Outstanding Historical Programming”). He was a commentator in PBS documentaries “The Irish in America;” “New York: A Documentary Film;” “The Life and Times of Stephen Foster,” s the Academy Award-nominated film, “The Passion of Sister Rose.” He was an advisor on Martin Scorcese’s “Gangs of New York.” He helped conceive/script the 6-part doc “The Road to the White House,” which aired on TG4 in Ireland (2009). Quinn was editor of The Recorder: The Journal of the American Irish Historical Society (1986 to 1993). He has articles/reviews in The NY Times, Commonweal, America, American Heritage, Catholic Historical Review, Philadelphia Enquirer, L.A. Times, Eiré-Ireland. He is on the advisory boards of the American Irish Historical Society, NYU’s Gluckman Ireland House, and the Tenement Museum. He is a co-founder of Irish American Writers & Artists.http://www.newyorkpaddy.com

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JUPDATE: Zino, Michael J. (MC1969) joined Google+

2013-Oct-29

Your contact Michael Zino joined Google+

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Zino, Michael J. (MC1969) 

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