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JNEWS: LoPinto, Lidia [MC1975] co-authors Thriller: Rat Island


Lidia LoPinto
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Thriller: Rat Island: A novel about terrorism in New York City (Thrillers about terrorism) (Volume 1) « Green Leaf Publishers Org.

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Thriller: Rat Island: A novel about terrorism in New York City (Thrillers about terrorism) (Volume 1) Paperback – March 27, 2014
by Jay Kaplan (Author), Lidia LoPinto (Author)
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Dear John,
            I believe that Lidia is a member of the Class of 1975.
McEneney, Mike (MC1953)
[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.] 
LoPinto, Lidia [MC1975]
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JFOUND: Werner, Frederick W. [MC1975] Chief Growth Officer AECOM Technology Corp



Frederick W. Werner
Chief Growth Officer and President of Europe-Middle East-Africa, AECOM Technology Corporation

Mr. Frederick W. Werner, also known as Fred, serves as the Chief Growth Officer and President of Europe-Middle East-Africa at AECOM Technology Corporation and served as its President of Corporate Development since October 2011. Mr. Werner served as Executive Vice President of Business Lines at AECOM Technology Corporation since January 2009 until September 2011. He served as Chief Executive Officer of US Transportation Group of Aecom Technology Corporation from January 2008 to January 2009 and served as its Group Chief Executive of U.S. Infrastructure Group from 2005 to 2008. Prior to that time, Mr. Werner served as President and Chief Operating Officer of AECOM’s DMJM+Harris operation from 2003 to 2005. He began his DMJM+Harris career in the Geotechnical Division in 1977, progressing to Vice President and Manager of New Jersey Operations, Senior Vice President and Manager of New York Operations and, finally, to Chief Operating Officer before becoming President.

Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
Manhattan College

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Werner, Frederick W. [MC1975] 

Werner, Frederick W. [MC1975] honored 2012 De La Salle Medal

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COMMENT: Delaney, Gerard M. (MC1975) on Alma Mater apparel



JBLOGGER: Simmons, Kathy [CMSV1984] her Mom did it

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Gerard M. Delaney ’75
Submitted on 2014/08/12 at 10:46 pm

In 1990, I was wandering around Dublin wearing a Manhattan College sweatshirt (with the BOLD name and seal) when a guy came up to me and asked if I had gone to Manhattan. IIRC, he said that some some family member of his had gone to Alma Mater.

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[JR: I wear my badge at work on a Jasper lanyard from my 40th reunion. That way, I found another Jasper. Laff, anything is possible.]

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JEMAIL: Delaney, Gerard M. (MC1975) talks requirements



JR: Sorry I’m an injineer. We didn’t get the desired result. Especially where are so many politicians we can do without. You’re correct in the long run.]

First you have to know what the requirements are:

A. God made [us] to know Him, to love Him, and to serve Him in this world, and to be happy with Him for ever in heaven.

Baltimore Catechism, Part 1, Question 6. http://www.sacred-texts.com/chr/balt/balt1.htm

Or, in a post Vatican II context,

“… the salvation of souls, which is always the supreme law of the Church.”

Canon 1752 Code of Canon Law, 1983, Canon Law Society of America translation

Then we can worry about design.

Peace in the Eucharistic Lord,

Gerard ‘75S

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[JR: “Design” is far above my pay grade. And, I have even more politicians and bureaucrats that could go first!]

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JEMAIL: Delaney, Gerard M. (MC1975) asks about “blowback”



In today’s e-mail, you state

Our fellow alum, Rudy was destroyed by Ron Paul and “blowback”.

Please expand on this. I thought Rudy lost by concentrating his campaign on the “sixth borough” an not taking the issue to the front runners in the early primary states. Or is this just the conventional wisdom?


Gerard Delaney ’75S

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[JR: Rudy attacked Ron Paul in the debates about “blowback” referring to the various and numerous CIA covert and overt plots in foreign countries. (Ron promulgated strict Swiss-like neutrality and “trading with everyone free of Gooferment restriction. Rudy was the typical Republican warfare / welfare Northeast liberal “republican moderate”.) Ron was incredulous at Rudy’s comment that “he (Rudy) had never heard of the concept”. Fox, after the debate, pulled up a clip of Rudy disabusing that “911 was due to CIA blowback”. Then, all the networks poured it on Rudy about it. That was generally regarded as the turning point in his campaign.]

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JFOUND: Thomas Zugibe [MC1975] on NYS Moreland Commission



Governor Andrew Cuomo’s Moreland Commission on Public Corruption

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Thomas P. Zugibe was elected Rockland County District Attorney in 2007, and re-elected to a four year term in 2011. Earlier in his career, D.A. Zugibe worked as a Special Assistant Attorney General in the Office of the New York State Deputy Attorney General for Medicaid Fraud Control and as an Assistant District Attorney and Executive Assistant District Attorney in the Rockland County D.A.’s office. He also worked for two decades in private practice, concentrating on personal injury and commercial litigation. D.A. Zugibe attended Manhattan College and St. John’s University School of Law.

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Thomas Zugibe [MC1975]

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JFOUND: Matarazzo, Paul [MC1975] manager of Acrison Inc.’s customer demonstration facilities



Home » equipment » What Is the Best Type of Feeder for My Application?
What Is the Best Type of Feeder for My Application?
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There are many types of feeders available today. The most widely used include rotary valves, vibratory trays/tubes, belts, and screw feeders. The type of feeder to be selected for a particular application is dependant upon several factors. First, it is essential to clearly define the application parameters. These include the feed rate range, accuracy requirements, temperature and/or pressure considerations, possible dimensional restraints, the type of system used to get the material to the feeder, and to what downstream equipment the feeder will discharge. Then, it is essential to define the characteristics of the material to be fed. Establishing these parameters will reduce the available feeder types that are applicable to your specific application.

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Paul Matarazzo is the manager of Acrison Inc.’s customer demonstration facilities and is an internal consultant on the selection and application of its dry solids metering, hoppering, and blending equipment. He has 37 years experience with Acrison, holding positions as project engineer, applications engineer, and supervisor of the company’s test facilities. He has a BSME from Manhattan College and is the co-author of two international mechanical patents held by Acrison.

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Matarazzo, Paul [MC????]

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Dear John,

I believe that Paul is a member of the class of 1975.


McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

 Matarazzo, Paul [MC1975]

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