Tag Archives: MC1978

JUPDATE: Clinton, Mary Moore [MC1978] id-ed by Schnurr, Jeremy (MC1978)

2014-Nov-23

RE: Clinton, Mary [MC1978] consecrated lay missionary
ON: 2014-Nov-18
AT: http://goo.gl/4Ku9sV 

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Mrs. Mary Clinton, Pastoral Associate for Catechetical Ministry

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Clinton, Mary Moore [MC????]

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Clinton, Mary Moore [MC1978]

Mary Clinton in this weeks Jasper Jottings is Mary Moore Clinton Class of 1978

— Schnurr, Jeremy (MC1978)

[JR: Thanks, Jeremy. Much appreciated.]

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JFOUND: Clinton, Mary [MC1978] consecrated lay missionary

2014-Nov-18

http://www.mtcimmaculate.org/?page_id=22

Church of the Immaculate Conception

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Mrs. Mary Clinton, Pastoral Associate for Catechetical Ministry

Mary grew up in St. Simon Stock Parish, Bronx, NY, and attended Mt. St. Ursula High School.  She and her husband, Don, a native Staten Islander, now live in New Providence, NJ where they raised their four children.

Mary began serving the parish as Pastoral Associate for Catechetical Ministry in 2010.  Previously, she has served as Assistant Director of Catechesis for the Diocese of Metuchen, and Pastoral Associate for Catechetical Ministry at Our Lady of Peace in New Providence.

Mary holds an M.A. in Pastoral Ministry from ICSST at Seton Hall, and an M.S. in Education   (specialization in Reading) from City University of New York. Mary earned her B.A. in English and Economics from Manhattan College, Bronx, NY.

She completed a program of training for spiritual directors through the Quellen Spirituality Center in Mendham, NJ, and is a consecrated lay missionary in the Missionary Cenacle Apostolate.

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Clinton, Mary Moore [MC????]

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Mary Clinton in this weeks Jasper Jottings is Mary Moore Clinton Class of 1978

— Schnurr, Jeremy (MC1978)

[JR: Thanks, Jeremy. Much appreciated.]

Clinton, Mary Moore [MC1978]

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Dear John,

I believe that Mary is a member of the Class of 1978.

Mike

McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

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JLINKEDIN: O’Boyle, Andrea [MC1978] Account Specialist at MetLife

2014-Oct-27

https://www.linkedin.com/pub/andrea-o-boyle/5/917/664

O’Boyle, Andrea [MC1978]
Account Specialist at MetLife
Greater New York City Area
Insurance

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GOOGLE+: Galella, Vincent [MC1978] Regional Manager Primerica Financial

2014-Oct-11

https://plus.google.com/u/0/100767931813468370709/about

Galella, Vincent [MC1978]
Works at Primerica Financial Services
Regional Manager
Attended Manhattan College
Lives in Fort Myers

Tagline
I am a very friendly person. I love sports, music, dancing, movies and good food. I enjoy being with my family and friends and having a good time. I am deeply religious and do not compromise my values. I enjoy helping families with all their financial needs.

Bragging rights
First to graduate college in my family,

Education
Manhattan College 1978

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JUPDATE: Stark, Charles [MC1978] id-ed by McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

2014-Aug-18

[Originally at: http://goo.gl/DBerHI]

JNEWS: Stark, Charles [MC1978] Silver Line Phase II
2014-Aug-12

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Dear John,

I believe that Charles is a member of the Class of 1978.

Mike

McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

Stark, Charles [MC1978]

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JNEWS: Stark, Charles [MC1978] Silver Line Phase II

2014-Aug-12

http://www.restonnow.com/2014/08/11/silver-line-project-gets-a-new-chief/

Silver Line Project Gets a New Chief
by Karen Goff | August 11, 2014 at 9:30 am

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The Washington Metropolitan Airports Authority has hired an experienced transportation project leader from the Los Angeles Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) as executive director of the Silver Line project.

Charles Stark will take over the project as Phase II – extending the rail line from Reston through Washington Dulles International Airport to Ashburn – gets underway.

Stark succeeds Pat Nowakowski, who resigned this spring to become president of the Long Island Railroad.

Phase I of the Silver Line opened to the public July 26. The 11.7-mile rail line, Metro’s first new line in more than 20 years, has four stops in Tysons Corner and one at Reston’s Wiehle Avenue. Wiehle-Reston East will be the end of the Silver Line until Phase II opens in 2018. It is by far the busiest stop on the Silver Line, according to Metro officials.

Stark has 40 years experience in rail transportation, including 20 years engineering and operations experience with some of the largest transit agencies in the U.S. and 20 years experience in senior executive positions with private engineering firms, MWAA said.

His most recent post was vice president and project executive for Aecom, a major engineering firm with specialty expertise in large transit infrastructure projects, where he managed several projects for Los Angeles MTA, including the Westside Subway Extension.

He previously was assistant general manager of San Francisco’s Bay Area Rapid Transit system and executive officer for engineering and construction for the Los Angeles MTA. He also has held a number of other positions, including leadership of a team involved in rebuilding New York’s World Trade Center complex and its public transit facilities following the 9/11 terrorist attacks.

Stark holds a master’s degree in civil engineering from Manhattan College and a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from City College in New York. He is a registered professional engineer in Virginia and California.

“The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority is fortunate to have someone of Charles Stark’s broad experience in transit construction and engineering in this position as we complete the Silver Line project,” Airports Authority President and CEO Jack Potter said in a statement. “He will be instrumental in achieving our goal of providing top-quality transportation infrastructure for the National Capital region.”

The $2.9 billion Phase II will include six rail stations, including five at ground level and one on an elevated structure; nine entrance pavilions and pedestrian bridges; aerial guideways through Dulles Airport; and 89,000 feet of track. Engineering and design work on Phase II has been ongoing since last year.

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Stark, Charles [MC????]

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Deare John,

I believe that Charles is a member of the Class of 1978.

Mike

McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

Stark, Charles [MC1978]

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JNEWS: Murphy, William G. [MC1978] Boiling Spring Lakes city engineer

2014-Jul-31

http://stateportpilot.com/news/article_ab5cdfca-17f0-11e4-8a1b-0019bb2963f4.html

Boiling Spring Lakes takes on city engineer, $75,000 salary
Posted: Wednesday, July 30, 2014 9:51 am | Updated: 9:54 am, Wed Jul 30, 2014.
By Jason Tyson, Staff Writer

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Boiling Spring Lakes’ new city engineer has 30 years of civil engineering experience in the private sector and a strong educational background.

The city has announced the employment of William G. Murphy for the newly created role.

Murphy will be paid an annual salary of $75,000 plus benefits and will begin work August 11.

“Mr. Murphy was one of five interviewees for the position,” city manager Jeff Repp said. “Based on his varied experience in engineering, including dealing with local governments on a variety of issues, he quickly rose to the top of the potential applicants. I’m pleased that he has agreed to come on board and develop this new position created by the city’s board of commissioners.”

Murphy completed his undergraduate work at Manhattan College, graduating cum laude with a degree in civil engineering. He received his master’s degree in the same field from Northwestern University in 1981. He also holds a master’s degree in business administration from the University of Connecticut.

“I am very excited about it, for the city engineer has a profound impact on infrastructure improvements and safety for the general public,” Murphy said. “I understand what that is like, for I have a broad-based geotechnical and civil background. I am particularly interested in creating this new role of city engineer.”
Murphy said he has had experience evaluating earthen dams, in wastewater collection and distribution, drainage and road system design, and geohydrology.

He recently served as vice-president for Urban Engineers in Hartford, Connecticut, and was director of engineering and operations for AI Engineers in nearby Middletown from 2008 to 2010.

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Murphy, William G. [MC????]

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Dear John,

I believe that William is a member of the Class of 1978.

Mike

McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

Murphy, William G. [MC1978]

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