Tag Archives: MC1983

JNEWS: Abilo, Anthony (MC1983) Sr Dir Metrics & Analytics at ADP


Anthony has a new job!
Senior Director: Program Manager, Client Based Acquisitions at S

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Abilo, Anthony (MC1983)
Senior Director: Metrics & Analytics, Client Based Acquisitions at ADP
Greater New York City Area
Information Services

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JFOUND: Priolo, James [MC1983] Technical Services Dir EME Group



James Priolo, P.E.Director of Technical Services

Jim Priolo is the director of technical services, responsible for ensuring technical excellence and code compliance throughout the company’s portfolio of projects. Mr. Priolo has over 35 years of design experience with all aspects of building mechanical systems in new and retrofit projects. His expertise includes the design and commissioning of building management system controls for complex HVAC systems installed in state-of-the-art acute care hospitals and universities. He has worked on a wide range of projects.

Recently, Mr. Priolo managed a project for the Kingsbrook Jewish Medical Center in Brooklyn, New York that received an ARRA grant to upgrade its mechanical infrastructure including upgrading the building management system. The hospital, founded in 1930, has undertaken significant additions and renovations. Designing the BMS upgrade required his team to perform extensive field surveys to identify the existing conditions and develop strategies to ensure the new controls delivered energy savings. As a result, the necessary mechanical repairs were included in the project as well as detailed control drawings and sequences of operation. In order to meet the grant schedule requirements, the project was bid as two phases to meet its deadline. Mr. Priolo studied mechanical engineering and received a bachelor of engineering degree from Cooper Union and a mster of engineering degree from Manhattan College. He is a registered professional engineer in the state of New York.

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Priolo, James [MC????]

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Dear John,

I believe that James is a member of the Class of 1983.


McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

Priolo, James [MC1983]

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JBLOGGER: Teare, Brad (MC1983) keeps a journal



Thursday, January 1, 2015
207 The next best step

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I keep a journal. One of the advantages of a journal is tracking success regarding goals you have made. I’ve learned through the years that I’m not very good at accomplishing long lists of goals. My aim changes too quickly. I think it’s an artist’s prerogative to change direction as often and quickly as inspiration requires.

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Teare, Brad (MC1983) 

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Jasper John R.January 1, 2015 at 11:58 AM
Hopefully that journal is backed up or online for posterity?

Brad Teare January 1, 2015 at 12:28 PM
Hi John. My journal is actually a series of physical books. It is fairly archival although I would lose it in a fire, of course. Maybe I should key it into an online depository but that would take a long time. But thanks for the idea. I made a special box to put them in (thirty volumes so far). I will add a photo to the blog.

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JLINKEDIN: Alter, Rabbi Ken [MC1983] Colchester, Connecticut



Alter, Rabbi Ken [MC1983]


Colchester, Connecticut
Religious Institutions


  • Education for over 30 years
  • Raise consciousness
  • Specialties:Blogging, writing, teaching

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ENDNOTE: Separation of Science and State!



Parriott, Don (MC1983) posted:

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As a trained scientist, and climate change “skeptic”, my main objection to the whole approach is that the liberals as Bible thumping morons who believe in fantasy. This is far from the truth, and there is legitimate scientific research that raises questions about climate change. Any real (read that objective) scientist would want to see all the evidence and make a decision based on all of the available data.

Many of the climate change advocates will not acknowledge the contrary evidence, and only choose the evidence that supports their personal opinion. This is not the scientific method.

Also, we “skeptics” are also skeptical because a vast majority of the research is done by government funded studies, but the government is only giving funding to studies that will support their preconceived notion of the truth.

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So we should have the Separation of Science and State!

Not to put words in Jasper Parriott’s post, but …

The Federal Gooferment is immoral, ineffective, and inefficient.

One example of “inefficient” is the one sided “studies”.

It’s as if there would be no way to fund progress except without The Glorious Leader. (Oh, that’s the wrong Gooferment!) … … no way to fund progress without the Giant Federal State.


When with “We, The Sheeple” awake?


And how do we cut this “giant” down to size?

Laugh at it, ignore it, and secede from it.

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JFOUND: Byrnes, Richard [MC1983] VP Engineering King Industries



2014 Dec 09 byrnes

Byrnes, Richard [MC????]
Vice President of Engineering
King Industries

Advancing Process Improvements and Process Safety Management for a leading Specialty Lubricant and Coatings Additives Company

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Dear John,

I believe that Richard is a member of the Class of 1983.


McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

Byrnes, Richard [MC1983]

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JLINKEDIN: Garritano, Dante [MC1983] Principal at Intelligent Technology Group



Garritano, Dante [MC1983] 
Principal at Intelligent Technology Group
Greater New York City Area   
Consumer Electronics


ITG is a leader in the design and implementation of Lutron Lighting Control and ultra-quiet Motorized Shading Systems, AMX Control Systems, Elan g! and RTI Control Systems. ITG designs and installs custom audio/video and media systems such as video walls, digital signage, video conferencing systems, surveillance, access control and security systems for all comercial/corporate and residential applications as standalone systems or integrated to work together seemlessly. We also specialize in the design and installion of Lutron lighting control and mortorized shading systems. Our goal is to listen to our customer and provide them with what they need leading to a satisfying experience.

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