Tag Archives: MC1982

GOOGLE+: DePinho, Agostinho ‘Gus’ [MC1982] Executive Director at J.P. Morgan



DePinho, Agostinho ‘Gus’ [MC1982] 
Executive Director at J.P. Morgan
New City, New York
Financial Services

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GOOGLE+: Arduino, Mark [MC1982] Owner Anago Cleaning



Arduino, Mark [MC1982]
Works at Anago Cleaning
Attended Manhattan College
Lives in Rochester, MI

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JNEWS: Reilly, Marianne [MC1982] Senior Associate AD at Fordham



Nothing But Net: St. Barnabas Alumnus Makes History On And Off The Court
by John Haffey 12/16/2015 

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YONKERS, N.Y. — “As a freshman in college, I looked at a list of names and thought ‘I wonder who will be the first woman in the Hall of Fame,'” says Marianne Reilly with a chuckle, recalling her initial encounter with Manhtattan College’s pantheon of athletic excellence. Little did she know that just 14 years later, her name would be the first to grace the list. 

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Since her playing days, Reilly has gone on to a successful career in academia. After teaching and coaching in New York public and Catholic systems, she began her long tenure at Fordham University. From serving as an assistant women’s basketball to an associate athletic director, Reilly has been a staple of Fordham athletics for more than 25 years, where she currently is the Senior Associate Athletic Director. 

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Reilly, Marianne [MC1982]

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JOBIT: Devey, Donald Peter [MC1956 RIP] on 2015-Oct-05 by Miele, Michael (MC1982)


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‘Michael Miele’
Oct 26 at 7:51 AM

Hello John,

I didn’t see mention of Don Devey’s recent passing in your newsletter. A good man.

Michael J. Miele

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Miele, Michael (MC1982)

[JR: It didn’t show on any of my searches. Unfortunately unless the Funeral Home puts it up on Legacy or Dignity or the family pays to publish it in a newspaper indexed by Google (not all are), then it’s “invisible” to me. Hence I need all the “eyes, ears, and fingers” of our fellow alums to pass the word along. Thanks for the update and a chance to explain.]  

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Donald Peter Devey, 11/15/1934 – 10/05/2015 of Somers, NY a former longtime resident of Katonah, NY.

Don Devey was an ordinary man, who has done extraordinary things. An obituary captures statistics, a life of quiet accomplishment is sometimes only captured in the memory of loved ones. Don approached life with wit, humor and a sparkle in his eye.

The son of George and Dorothy (Lyons) Devey, Don was born in his parent’s house in the Elmhurst section of Queens in 1934. It was also in Elmhurst, where he met the love of his life, Ellen Brett, when their mothers were chatting (Ellen still in the womb). They have had a fabulous marriage that has thrived for 59 years.

Don attended Bishop Laughlin High School where he was very active on the track and cross-country teams. He earned a BA from Manhattan College where he majored in Labor Relations and his fraternity, Sigma Beta Kappa and those brothers were very important to him. The fraternity had a motto which he embraced in his everyday life “Esse Quam Videri”; “to be, rather than seem to be”. He also earned an MBA from New York University.

He was married to Ellen soon after graduation from Manhattan, and by the end of the following year had their first child, a boy, then another boy, boy, boy, Girl, boy and at last another boy. Within the space of ten years the Devey family measured 9 strong.

Don worked all his life; he worked to support his family, he worked for social justice and sometimes was able to combine the two goals. He started his career at Western Electric, moved to S.R.A. and spent 28 years at IBM. At IBM he did many things. He led programs for the “hard core” unemployed and he helped to architect many national privacy policies. He spoke before committees of Congress, developed the career paths of IBM executives and championed the IBM program for Equal Opportunity.

In his personal life, Don was president of the Northern Westchester Council on Equality (NEWCOE). He was a member of the St. Mary’s Parish Council several times and a Lector at Saint Matthias Church in Bedford Hills where his voice could be heard booming for over 30 years. He joined a prison focused ministry, Anti-Violence Programs (AVP), leading a series of sessions. After retirement he was a consultant for the National Executive Service Corps (NESC) and lent his skills to the Yonkers and White Plains school districts as well as individual not for profits. He was the Affordable Housing Chairman for the Town of Bedford, the President of the Blue Mountain Housing Corporation. Don was also one of the founders of what is now known as the Community Center of Northern Westchester, where he loved bagging food for the customers. He was awarded the Schaeffer Award by the Katonah Rotary. He was the Knights of Columbus “Man of the Year” recipient.

Don is pre-deceased by his brother Roger, his son Christopher and his grandson Eric. He is survived by his loving wife Ellen, and revered by all those who had the pleasure to meet him and the countless lives that he has touched. Don leaves behind his six children.

Donald Tomaskovic-Devey, wife Barbara of Montague, MA and their children Anna (Rapp) and Nicholas. Don’s first great grandchild Arthur Donald Rapp. Michael Rhodes-Devey, wife Christine of Delmar, NY and Michael’s children Rachel and Brian. Peter, wife Jane McLoughlin of Somers, NY. MaryEllen (McLaughlin), husband Doug of Katonah, NY and their children Clare, Dan and Grace. Mathew, wife Maura of Goldens Bridge, NY and their children Dennis, Bridget and Brian. Lawrence, wife Mary Cate of North Salem, NY and their children Cate, Sean, Ryan and Luke.

The Family will receive friends at Clark Associates Funeral Home, 4 Woods Bridge Rd, Katonah, on Wednesday from 2-4 and 7-9 pm. The Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at Saint Joseph’s RC Church, 95 Plum Brook Road, in Somers, NY. On Thursday, Oct 8 @ 11:30am. Burial will follow at St Joseph’s Cemetery, Route 202, Somers.

In lieu of flowers or gifts, Don would have appreciated contributions to the Community Center of Northern Westchester (http://communitycenternw.org/donate-funds). He would also encourage you to be the best person you can be, follow in the ways of Christ, and to care for others before yourself.


Devey, Donald Peter [MC???? RIP]

Guestbook: None cited

[JR: Sad that all his accomplishments were never reported in Jasper Jottings. Argh! Can’t find what is not reported. How many other inspirations go missing. Argh!]  

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Dear John,

          I believe that Donald is a member of the Class of 1956.

              May He Rest In Peace.


McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

Devey, Donald Peter [MC1956 RIP]

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Colon, Philip J. (MC1962) added this request to his prayer circle.

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GOOGLE+: Cudahy, James [MC1982] COO Liquadry



Cudahy, James [MC1982]
Works at Liquadry
Attended Manhattan College

Operations Excellence
Leading organizations to exceptional performance

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GOOGLE+: Lettieri, Lisa [MC1982] Financial Associate Merrill Lynch



Lettieri, Lisa [MC1982]
Worked at Merrill Lynch
Attended McBurney School

Financial Associate
Personal Financial Analysis, Communications, Networking
Merrill Lynch

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JLINKEDIN: Dolan, Paul (MC1982) at Sumitomo Mitsui Banking



Dolan, Paul (MC1982)
Credit Risk Professional 
Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation
Greater New York City Area

Paul Dolan is Deputy General Manager of Credit with over 30-years of banking experience in various credit functions. Paul is in his eighth year with SMBC as a senior credit risk officer. Easily adaptable, Paul’s broad experience encompasses numerous industries and financing structures including: leveraged loan transactions, private equity LBOs, merger and acquisition finance, corporate credit, financial institutions particularly US regional banks, insurance companies and commercial finance companies, commodity and trade finance and real estate.

Paul currently leads a team of eight credit officers responsible for analysis and recommendation of Leverage Finance, Middle Market, Media and Technology, Chemicals and Materials loan transactions. Paul earned both his B.A. in Economics and M.B.A. in Finance from Manhattan College.

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