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JLINKEDIN: Mahon, Tom (MC1977) Gary Johnson’s Our America Initiative



Tom Mahon
Director- Development and Events at Our America Initiative

Hello Fellow Alumni.

I am the Development and Event Director for 2012 Presidential Candidate and former NM Governor Gary Johnson’s Our America Initiative.

Gary and I will be in the NYC area from October 12-15th for some media appearances as well as some events at Yale University on October 14th (4P-9P). We have some availability both before and after the Yale events.

If there is anyone (Alumni Association?) who would be interested in having Gary keynote a joint fundraising event (dinner? lunch?) while we are in the area, contact me ASAP.

I am in a position to provide Governor Johnson for an Alumni Event that could serve as a very lucrative donation opportunity to The Alumni Fund, for a very, very reasonable, below market appearance fee. (Certainly by Former Presidential Candidate standards…….he WAS the Bronze Medalist in the 2012 Presidential Olympics). Indeed, I can also offer an appearance/speech by Gary to the CHS Student Body as part of any fundraising effort.

Gary’s appearance can be either of a political or non-political nature.

A one time handyman who grew his garage storefront construction business into one of the largest employers in the state of NM, as well as a world class athlete to this day- tri-athelete, competitive mountain biker and a soon to be member of the Seven Summits Club of Mountain Climbing (he climbed Mount Everest 5 weeks after breaking his leg in a skiing accident), Governor Johnson is an outstanding motivational and inspirational speaker.

If a joint fundraising event that benefits the Torch Fund is something that the Alumni Association, or any individual, feels would be a worthwhile endeavor, contact me as soon as possible. I have limited slots available on his calendar.

My email is:


Tom Mahon ’77

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Mahon, Tom (MC1977)


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JLINKEDIN: Genova, Paul (MC1977) CEO of Wireless Telecom Group



Genova, Paul (MC1977) 
CEO of Wireless Telecom Group, Inc.
Greater New York City Area

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PRAYERSREQUESTED: Romagosa, Guillermo [MCxfac RIP] reported by Khury, Maria [MC1977]



Phil Colon
12:29 PM (2 hours ago)

Good Morning All,

From Maria Khury, unfortunately I received this a little late but we may still honor the man and pray for the repose of his soul. Thank you Maria for sharing this information. Please keep in your prayers Fellow Jasper (Staff) Professor Guillermo Romagosa. Professor Romagosa taught Theology at Manhattan College for many years. Among his many accomplishments, It has been said that he is credited with starting the Deacon Programs in New York City. A Mass was held Friday evening at Santa Catalina de Genova Church on W. 153rd St., Manhattan. Today, Saturday, another Mass of Christian Burial was held at St. Patrick’s. Please keep Professor Guillermo and his Family in your prayers as they mourn the loss of their loved one. We pray that they find peace in the sure knowledge that he is in God’s Eternal Embrace in the Kingdom of Heaven. Thank you. God Bless.

Phil Colon

Colon, Philip J. (MC1962) 

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[JR: I found nothing reported. No obit. No news. All I could find is an article from 1999.]


Romagosa, Guillermo [MCxfac RIP]

Khury, Maria [MC1977]

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JLINKEDIN: Kane, Jeffrey [MC1977] Attorney



Kane, Jeffrey [MC1977]
Attorney at Law Office of Jeffrey J. Kane, Esq.
Katonah, New York
Law Practice

General Practice Law Office concentrating in Real Property, Mortgage Financing, Wills, Trusts, Estates and Estate Planning, Criminal Law

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JLINKEDIN: Paz, Javier [MC1977] International BD at Lockheed Martin



Paz, Javier [MC????]
International BD at Lockheed Martin
Greater Los Angeles Area
Defense & Space

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Dear John,

I believe that Javier is a member of the Class of 1977.


McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

Paz, Javier [MC1977] 

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JEMAIL: O’Connell, Bill (MC1976) recruits Smith, Gary (MC1977)



Please add Gary Smith, CE ’74 to your Jasper Jottings email mailing list. Email address: {Privacy Invoked}

Thanks as always for publishing JJ. I read it each week and enjoy it very much.

All the best.

Bill O’Connell

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[JR: Invite sent. Thanks. Haven’t had many additions lately. Beginning to suspect I’m obsolete.]

O’Connell, Bill (MC1976)

Smith, Gary (MC1977)

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Bill, thanks for recommending.

John, I was class of 1977 and yes, CE.


Gary T. Smith, PE
Vice President, Sales & Marketing
DACS, Inc.
900 Port Centre Parkway
Portsmouth, VA 23704

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JNEWS: Krewell, Kevin [MC1977] a chip analyst at Tirias Research



AMD Emerges From Intel’s Shadow With Big Bet on Low-Power Chips
BY ROBERT MCMILLAN 05.05.14 | 7:18 PM

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Most people know AMD as the company that clones Intel’s computer chips. But AMD’s top execs want to change that.

On Monday, the AMD top brass laid out the company’s plan to build a new generation of microprocessors that have more in common with your smartphone than the chips Intel builds for desktop PCs, laptops, and servers. Rather than stick with Intel’s venerable x86 chip architecture, AMD will use the low-power ARM architecture as the basis for its newest server processor, a chip due out later this year codenamed Seattle. But this chip is just a prelude to a broader shift in strategy at AMD.

AMD also said that it has signed a new licensing agreement — an “architecture license” — that means it won’t merely adopt the existing processor cores designed by ARM, the Intel competitor whose architecture is used in most smartphones and tablets. Instead, AMD will build its very own ARM core and use it as the basis for a still newer processor code-named K-12. “It’s about how do we really innovate in our compute cores,” said Mark Papermaster, AMD’s chief technology officer, speaking at a press event in San Francisco.

The announcement is part of a broader effort to adopt ARM’s low-power architecture for servers, the machines that drive our internet services and online business software. Chip makers AppliedMicro and Marvel are moving down a similar path, and rumors indicate that Amazon may design a ARM processor for use in the servers that underpin its massively popular cloud service. The idea is that ARM chips will not only reduce power inside large web companies and other businesses, but also provide some much needed price competition for Intel, which is by far the world’s primary supplier of server chips.

AMD’s is putting its top server chip developers on the K-12 project. And Papermaster, who’s leading the charge, has quite the pedigree. He’s the guy who helped Apple design its own ARM chips for the iPhone and iPad before coming over to AMD. Even the chip’s code name signals that ARM is serious about AMD, says Kevin Krewell, a chip analyst at Tirias Research. “Calling it the K-12 is important because the K series is always their premium product,” he says.

It’s the kind of bet AMD needs to make in order to gain ground against its longtime rival Intel, which has been beating it soundly in the server market for the better part of the past decade. But it’s also a risky bet. Calxeda, another startup with a similar idea, went out of business late last year, after burning through an estimated $90 million in VC money.

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Krewell, Kevin [MC1977]