Goldson, Adrian [MC1991]
Training / Staff Dev. Coordinator at Putnam Co. Chapter NYSARC
Poughkeepsie, New York
Nonprofit Organization Management
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Brewer, Howie (MC????)
Kettlebells NY is owned and operated by Howie Brewer.
Howie is a Kettlebell Sport Coach with the International Kettlebell Sport & Fitness Academy IKSFA), personally trained and certified by Sergey Rachinsky and Sergey Rudnev.
Howie is a Kettlebell Lifting Coach for the World Kettlebell Club (WKC) under Head Coach and World Champion, Valery Fedorenko.
Howie is a Certified Kettlebell Teacher by the International Kettlebell & Fitness Federation (IKFF), personally trained and certified by Steve Cotter and Ken Blackburn.
Howie is a Certified Sports Performance Coach for USA Weightlifting (USAW), the organization responsible for conducting Olympic weightlifting programs throughout the United States, and has received instruction and coaching assistance from USAW Level 3 Coach Marc Chasnov.
Howie is an internationally ranked kettlebell competitor. Howie has attained Rank I in Long Cycle under IKSFA rules and Rank III in both Long Cycle and Biathlon under WKC rules.
Howie has extensive experience with both resistance and cardiovascular training and is currently a professional member of the American College of Sports Medicine (ASCM). He was formally certified as a personal trainer with the National Federation of Personal Trainers (NFPT).
Howie has over 10 years training experience in various martial arts including Kenpo Karate, Long Fist Kung Fu, Aikido and Yang Style Tai Chi.
Howie is a certified Reiki II practitioner, taught and attuned under Marie Shanahan, Reiki Master.
Howie maintains his CPR and AED training with the American Heart Association.
Howie supports BuddyBall Sports in Rockland County, a non-profit sports organization dedicated to providing the opportunity for children with developmental disabilities to play sports (www.BuddyBallSports.org). He also sits on the parent board of the Olweus Bullying Prevention Committee for Laurel Plains Elementary School in Clarkstown Central School District. He is also a large supporter of the Tuberous Sclerosis Alliance (http://tsalliance.org/), an organization dedicated to finding a cure for tuberous sclerosis complex while improving the lives of those affected.
Howie’s Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/howiebrew
Howie’s YouTube page: http://www.youtube.com/howiebrew
Howie’s personal training blog: http://www.howztraining.blogspot.com
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1991, Mechanical Engineering
Brewer, Howie (MC1991)
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Helen Carlson DelVecchio ’91 B.S. Biology. ironically, hubby also ’91, he’s EE, we met after graduation. he went back, I should do the same!! Love MC, miss it. Had too much studying to partake in alot what they offered back then. Awsome men’s basketball team!!!
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DelVecchio, Helen Carlson [MC1991]
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Alumna Opens Heart and Home to Special Needs Children
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A conversation with Manhattan College’s dean of education set Tammy Wood Miller ’91 on a path of helping those with special needs, including her six adopted children.
Tammy Wood Miller ’91 took her education degrees and made them a way of life. As the mother of 11, six of whom are adopted special needs children, she spends her days putting her skills to the test with those she loves the most.
“It all kind of began with Manhattan,” Miller, a second-generation Jasper, says. “I met Dr. Merriman, and he mentioned adaptive physical education, which modifies the physical education program to fit the physical or educational challenges of the student. I got so interested in that.”
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Although many ask with concern about their biological children getting lost in the mix, she says “I feel our family is so close. I feel like they have just benefited so much from being a part of this.”
She explains how older siblings have helped with the younger children, and many have taken on service projects of their own. Take for instance, 10-year-old Teagan, who gives up her recess time to help out in the special needs pre-K class.
“She comes home so excited about all the accomplishments that the kids have,” Miller says.
Miller does not look at being a mom of 11 as a sacrifice but calls it a “true blessing to the people that are serving.”
“I take pride in helping the next generation get to see what service is.”
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[JR: Humbling! ]
Miller, Tammy Wood [MC1991]
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Signature Bank Expands ABL Team, Adds Marsicano as BDOFebruary 05, 2014, 07:46 AM
Filed Under: Personnel Announcements Related: Asset Based, CIT Group, Robert Love, Signature Bank
Signature Bank, a New York-based full-service commercial bank, announced Frank Marsicano was named Vice President/Business Development Officer, joining Robert Love’s recently appointed asset-based lending team. Love, Senior Vice President and Group Director, and his four-person team joined Signature Bank in September 2013, marking its entry into the asset-based lending arena.
In this newly created position, Marsicano, with more than two decades of asset-based financing and credit analysis experience, will focus on generating direct middle market loans and participations.
Marsicano, who has worked with Love at several other financial institutions, joins from Amalgamated Bank, where he served as First Vice President and New Business Development Officer at the New York City headquarters. Previously, Marsicano served as Vice President, Portfolio Management at Webster Business Credit Corp., where he was responsible for underwriting direct and indirect asset-based loans. He also monitored more than $100 million in commitments, tracked daily activity and addressed credit issues. Prior, Marsicano was Vice President in CIT Group’s Credit Risk Management and Commercial and Industrial loan underwriting units. He analyzed credit risk exposure of the firm’s $52 billion commercial loan and lease portfolio and also underwrote transactions ranging in size from $15 to $300 million.
Earlier, he was Assistant Vice President, Portfolio Management at AmSouth Capital Corp.
“The addition of Frank to our team, which now totals five dedicated asset-based lending professionals, was an important strategic move as his expertise will round out our talented group. Frank and I have worked together for two decades, during which time we established a reputation for building and successfully managing asset-based businesses at other institutions,” explained Love.
“I am looking forward to the contributions I will make in my business development role, and I am pleased to be part of the Bank’s new asset-based lending initiative. Having worked with Bob and the team previously, we are well positioned to continue our track record of success at Signature Bank by providing creative lending structures and highly personalized services to lower-middle market companies,” Marsicano said.
Marsicano, a resident of East Brunswick, NJ, holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Manhattan College in Riverdale, N.Y., and is a member of the Commercial Finance Association of New York, Association for Corporate Growth, Turnaround Management Association and the Garden State Credit Associates.
Signature Bank, member FDIC, is a New York-based full-service commercial bank with 27 private client offices throughout the New York metropolitan area. The Bank’s growing network of private client banking teams serves the needs of privately owned businesses, their owners and senior managers. Signature Bank offers a wide variety of business and personal banking products and services. The Bank operates Signature Financial, LLC, a specialty finance subsidiary focused on equipment finance and leasing, transportation financing and taxi medallion financing. Investment, brokerage, asset management and insurance products and services are offered through the Bank’s subsidiary, Signature Securities Group Corporation, a licensed broker-dealer, investment adviser and member FINRA/SIPC.
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Marsicano, Frank [MC????]
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I believe that Frank is a member of the Class of 1991.
McEneney, Mike (MC1953)
[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]
Marsicano, Frank [MC1991]
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