Tag Archives: MC1997

JFACEBOOK: Mena, Carlos (MC1997) Works at OppenheimerFunds



Mena, Carlos (MC1997)
Works at OppenheimerFunds
Studied at Manhattan College
Past: Adlai E.Stevenson High School
Lives in Waldwick, New Jersey
From San Francisco de Macorís

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GOOGLE+: Pugh, Mike (MC1997) remembers MH17



Pugh, Mike (MC1997)
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In the memory of all those who lost their lives on both Malaysian Flights, the one that was lost at sea, and the other brutally ripped from out the sky.

“May peace be spread worldwide to honor those who have lost their lives without much reason, as uncertainty gets filled with love, resulting in world peace, and unity among all fellow humans who share that common bond of morning the loss of life, and loved ones. As we morn together and wish to begin the healing process this day on god’s great earth.” Amen…

Authored by Mike Pugh

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[JR: I rarely tweet. But I tweeted yday on MH17.]

Ferdinand Reinke @reinkefj · Jul 17
#MH17 There has to be a special place in hell for whoever pulled the trigger! #justice


Anyone watching the MH17 mess? It appears that no one has any shame. At least cover the bodies and collect their affects. #mh17

[JR: Jasper Pugh’s response is better!]

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JFOUND: Mitchell, Craig [MC1997] SVP Tessera Intellectual Property Corp



Mitchell, Craig [MC????]
Senior Vice President, Business Development

Craig Mitchell is senior vice president, business development of Tessera Intellectual Property Corp., a wholly owned subsidiary of Tessera Technologies, Inc. He is responsible for intellectual property evaluation, acquisition and partnership activities. Craig joined Tessera in May 1992, and has served in a variety of management roles including senior vice president of advanced packaging and interconnect, vice president of licensing and vice president of marketing. He holds a B.S. in electrical engineering from Manhattan College in New York. Craig is a graduate of Stanford’s Executive Program for Growing Companies and Harvard Business School’s Advanced Management Program. He is also a named inventor on more than 60 U.S. patents.

Craig and his wife, Edilyn have three children – Rian, Ava and Jack. In his spare time, Craig enjoys running, playing soccer and traveling with his family.

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Dear John,

I believe that Craig is a member of the Class of 1997.


McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

Mitchell, Craig [MC1997]

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GOOGLE+: Cicogna, Patricia Felice [MC1997] Rising Star Make-A-Wish



Patricia Felice Cicogna
Attended Columbia University
Lives in Naples, Florida

Manhattan College
Psychology, 1997

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Make-A-Wish® Southern Florida Honors 2014 Volunteers
E. Sue Huff
Posted May 30, 2014 at 5:14 p.m., updated May 30, 2014 at 5:14 p.m.

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Volunteers for Make-A-Wish® Southern Florida were honored for their accomplishments at an appreciation dinner held on May 21. The annual event was held at the Colony Golf and Country Club with volunteers, staff and a special Wish family in attendance.

The purpose of the night is to recognize those who give of their time, efforts and dedicated support to make wishes come true for local children.

Norm Wedderburn, President/CEO of Make-A-Wish Southern Florida, thanked guests for their unfailing dedication to make the lives of children a little better through a wish. Wish child Stephen Shiver and his family were introduced and Lynette Shiver talked about Stephen’s wish and how it impacted their family.

Because of their efforts and dedication, the following individuals were singled out for their outstanding efforts during the past year and were presented individual awards:

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Rising Star of the Year – Patricia Felice Cicogna 

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Cicogna, Patricia Felice [MC1997]

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JLINKEDIN: Mieles, Mariann [MC1997] Lead Radiation Therapist Mount Sinai



Mieles, Mariann [MC1997]
Lead Radiation Therapist
at Mount Sinai Health System
Whitestone, New York
Hospital & Health Care

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GOOGLE+: O’Shea, Kevin (MC1997) Coldwell Banker Real Estate



O’Shea, Kevin (MC1997)
Works at Coldwell Banker
Attended Manhattan College
Lived in Manhattan, NYC

Coldwell Banker Real Estate

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GOOGLE+: Potoczniak, Mike (MC1997) Veteran Affairs Hospital, Palo Alto



Potoczniak, Mike (MC1997) Veteran Affairs Hospital, Palo Alto

Attended Manhattan College

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GOOGLE+: Pugh, Mike (MC1997) Owner of FPC-Virtua



Mike Pugh
Works at Owner of FPC-Virtual
Attended Manhattan College
Lives in New York City

Developer of Cloud Tops – The Interactive Web Guide network & Owner of FPC-VirtualIntroductionWeb Developer serving people in the New York City area, & the online community worldwide with web design needs. Web design skills consist of developing of social networks, Facebook pro pages, mobile sites, flyer ad’s, freelance writing & much more.

Today I design website’s, certified in fiber optics and calibrations, test & troubleshoot pc’s, and fix electronics equipment parts to make an honest living. Bragging rightsVeteran of the US Navy with 10 years of active duty service.

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Pugh, Mike (MC1997)

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JBLOGGER: Stagnaro, Melissa (MC1997) blogs about her Dad



Daddy’s Little Girl: What I’ve learned since losing my dad
by The Accidental Blonde on February 10, 2014

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This weekend, a post reminded me that today was a somber anniversary for three siblings I call friends. You see, two years ago, they lost their dad.

Frederick L. Stagnaro (a.k.a. Fred, Roy, Uncle Fred, Gramps, the Pops, Freddy, Fred-o…)
My dad, Frederick L. Stagnaro (a.k.a. Fred, Roy, Uncle Fred, Gramps, Dad, the Pops, Freddy, Fred-o…)

Truth was, I didn’t need to be reminded. I’ll never forget the death of their dad, because he died just two weeks after my father. In my heart, their grief is inexorably linked with mine.

This may seem odd, particularly given the fact that we’ve been more acquaintances than friends for most of our lives. I didn’t really know their dad; they didn’t really know mine. But now we share this bond; a bond formed out of the pain of losing one of the most important people in our lives. For we had each stood by, helpless, as the men who had been our heroes our whole lives passed from our world into the next.

My dad fought a courageous three-year battle with cancer. They were three incredibly difficult years. In the end, I knew it was his time. He was in so much pain, and I didn’t want to see him suffer any longer.

Losing him tore my heart out. And I knew I would never, ever be the same. Don’t get me wrong, I put one foot in front of the other. Life hasn’t stopped, but it’s as if my personal history is now broken into two distinct parts: before my dad died and after.

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Stagnaro, Melissa (MC1997) 

[JR: Anyone who’s “lost” someone can benefit. She’s a great writer. Lost track of her, she reappears blogging.]

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JFOUND: Vitelli, Robert [MC1997] COO Long Island GLBT Network



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As the Chief Operating Officer and Director of Development, Robert provides the leadership and day-to-day management of The Network’s development and fundraising activities. Robert supervises the 3-member Development Department for all special events, corporate sponsorships, major gifts, membership programs, and private and government grants. Robert also serves as a member of The Network’s Finance Team.

Robert served as the organization’s first development officer starting in 2005, and since that time has raised more than $9 million to support services for Long Island’s GLBT community, including anti-bullying, HIV prevention, sexual health, and older adult services. Robert designed and launched The Network’s Partners in Pride business program and annual Long Island GLBT Expo increasing The Network’s community profile and building a sustainable corporate sponsorship program. Robert and his achievements have been featured in Newsday, Long Island Business News, and Long Island Pulse magazine, and he was recognized as an up-and-coming community leader by Long Island Business News in the 2008 Class of the “40 Under 40″ program.

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Robert received his B.S. from Manhattan College and his M.A. from New York University. He was a Board Member of the Association of Fundraising Professionals Long Island (AFPLI), and is working to complete a Certificate in Fundraising Management. He is also an Assistant Adjunct Professor at Nassau Community College.

Outside of work, Robert is an automotive enthusiast, kareoke amateur, has a penchant for peanut butter, enjoys spending time with his husband David and two doggies Sparky and Petey, and insists that twine, burlap, ribbon, and wicker can remedy all home design and gift-wrapping challenges.

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Vitelli, Robert [MC????]

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Dear John,

          I believe that Robert is a member of the Class of 1997.


McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

Vitelli, Robert [MC1997]

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