JFOUND: De Pasquale, Daniel G. [MC????] Founder @ DGDPC

2019-Jan-22

https://dgdpc.com/attorneys/

Daniel G. De Pasquale, Esq.

Daniel G. De Pasquale is a member and founder of the Firm.  He represents clients in litigation matters, including real property, estate, and employment cases.  His clients include corporations, investors, and individuals. Prior to founding the firm, Mr. De Pasquale gained years of valuable experience at Cullen and Dykman LLP wherein he represented lenders, banks, corporations, and other financial institutions in litigation and transactional matters. While in law school, Mr. De Pasquale served as an intern to the Honorable John B. Riordan of the Nassau County Surrogate’s Court.  He served as Articles Editor of the Touro Law Review and published Larabee v. Governor, 26 Touro L. Rev. 759. Additionally, he was Co-Director of the Student Colloquium, appointed a Faculty Fellow, served as a Teaching Assistant, and was placed on the Dean’s List several times.

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De Pasquale, Daniel G. [MC????]

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JFOUND: Fiorentino, Susan [MC1974] Dev Assoc @SI Academy gives support advice

2019-Jan-22

https://sheownsit.com/building-your-bossbabe-support-group/

Building Your BossBabe Support Group
January 14, 2019 by Susan Fiorentino 

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Post college, finding a supportive group that fit my professional needs was difficult for me to find. I attended a very small college, where all my social and support circles where in one bubble. When I needed help with a paper or advice on applying for internships, my advisor and the Career Development Office was an email or quick walk to campus. I realized that finding support for my big dreams was going to take more than staying in my small bubble because that comfort no longer existed. It has been almost 7 (!!!) years since I graduated from Manhattan College and following these five steps has (over time) helped me get through some difficult personal and professional times.

My hometown friends and college friends were in the same position as me. We were (and still are) trying to find our place in the professional world. We kept in touch for a while but after some time, some friendships just fall apart. This could be simply because of location or interests. Luckily, I have an extremely supportive family who always supported my goals. Friends will slip in and out of your life but family (hopefully) will be in your corner to always support you.

During college, I had an injury that forced me to give up one of my favorite things, cheerleading. Working out was put in the back of my mind after that. After being so tired all the time and feeling unmotivated applying to jobs, I thought working out again could help me. Playing sports my whole life, I knew group fitness was more of a fit for me for long term results versus a regular gym. I stumbled across Kettlebellas and have been hooked ever since. For the past five years, I have been taking classes there sometimes 5 times a week with three of the best trainers and supportive group of women. Being around supportive women is very difficult to find, but this place has saved me so many times from doubting myself, body image issues, and other things that come up day to day. It didn’t take long, I noticed the more I committed myself to getting to the gym, the better I felt and looked. When I am mentally fit, I perform better at work, strive better personally, and am more motivated to handle my busy schedule. It may take time, but finding a supportive fitness group (in person or an online community) will have a huge benefit to helping you complete your goals.

While studying at Manhattan College, I knew I wanted to be a part of the non-profit world. I grew up and live in Staten Island, which is a very tight knit community. It is a small community with an even smaller and overlapping network in the non-profit field. In fundraising, there is a strong emphasis on relationship building so that is something that even today, still sticks with me. Even though I have had a few jobs since graduating, I still keep in touch with volunteers and/or former co-workers. Relationships are ever evolving and we have been able to help each other reach our goals even after we parted ways at other jobs. Changing jobs in a small community, but in the same field, taught me some valuable lessons such as not building bridges and keeping positive even in difficult work conditions.

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Susan Fiorentino is from Staten Island, New York and is currently a Development Associate at Staten Island Academy. She also coaches two cheerleading teams and is a member of the Young Professionals Group for The Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Foundation. Susan enjoys taking group classes at KettleBellas, going to Jets games, and working on building her brand- Bay Resilient Communications.

https://www.linkedin.com/in/susanfiorentino/

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Fiorentino, Susan [MC1974]

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JOBIT: DeMarco, Peter G. [MC1955 RIP] 2019-Jan-19

2019-Jan-22

https://obits.lohud.com/obituaries/lohud/obituary.aspx?n=peter-g-demarco&pid=191319462&fhid=4044

Peter G. DeMarco
1934 – 2019 Obituary

Tuxedo, NY – Peter G DeMarco MD FAAP died on January 19th, 2019 in Westchester Medical Center at the age of 84 years. He suffered a sudden massive cerebrovascular accident.

Peter G DeMarco MD FAAP was born on March 24th, 1934 in Corona, Queens NY to Michael and Dominica DeMarco and raised in Flushing, Queens. He attended Manhattan College 1952-1955 and matriculated to New York Medical College at School Flower & 5th Avenue in Manhattan from 1955-1959. During this time, he married Philomena Rella on June 14, 1959. He continued his medical training as a pediatrician with an Internship at Metropolitan Hospital in Manhattan from 1959-1960, and then a residency at Stony Brook Hospital in Long Island 1960-1962. Through the Berry Plan, he served in the Air Force Reserves at Dow Air Force SAC base in Bangor ME during the Cuban Missile Crisis from 1962-1964.

Dr. DeMarco moved to Suffern NY in 1964 for private practice in General Pediatrics; he spent his entire professional career serving this community, including working as a volunteer as the Chief of Pediatrics at Good Samaritan Hospital. His civil service was recognized with several achievement awards from Rockland County and New York State. He was an avid painter and multi-talented craftsman. He was a brilliant humorist and notorious jokester, sharing his wit with his patients and their parents. Many pediatric patients returned to him as parents, looking for care for their own children. He inspired numerous young people to pursue careers in health care.

He is survived by his wife, Philomena, his sister Joy Calvo (children Linda Spalding and Lauren Calvo) as well as his natural and married children – Peter, Paul (wife Eileen), and Cathyann (husband, Jim) as well as 7 grandchildren: Peter’s daughter, Clare; Paul and Eileen’s children Andrew, Elisabeth, and Michael; and Cathyann and Jim’s children Julia, Jimmy, and Gianna.

A viewing is planned for January 23rd, 2019 at Wanamaker and Carlough on Route 59 and a funeral mass is planned for January 24th, 2019 at St Joan of Arc Parish on Eagle Valley Road in Sloatsburg NY. In lieu of flowers, donations in Peter’s honor may be made to St. Jude Research Hospital, 200 Danny Thomas Place, Memphis TN 38105, (800) 822-6344 or http://www.stjude.org .

Published in the The Journal News on Jan. 22, 2019

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DeMarco, Peter G. [MC1955 RIP]

Guestbook: Same link 

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COMMENT: Brown, Jim [MC1958] urges patience

2019-Jan-21

Jim Brown ‘58 commented on JFACEBOOK: Lodato, Ray (MC1984) has solution for Covington Catholic HS

I hope no one takes this the wrong way, and I apologize in advance …

We should all be proud of the Catholic students. How well they kept their cool when under attack. They should be a lesson to others who rush to judgement and look to dish Catholics students who only wanted to visit Capital

[JR: True.  As with all inet “stories”, time seem to clear away “the fog of war”.  Like Fake News, we need to let the “truth” come out.]

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JUPDATE: Can’t identify Tricoli, Vincent L. [MC???? RIP]

2019-Jan-21

JOBIT: Tricoli, Vincent L. [MC???? RIP] 2019-Jan-14
2019-Jan-16
https://www.legacy.com/obituaries/stamfordadvocate/obituary.aspx?n=vincent-tricoli
Vincent Tricoli
1965 – 2019

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Dear John,

               I do not find anything in my ‘stuff’ for Vincent.

                      May He Rest In Peace.

                                     Mike

McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

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JOBIT: Tricoli, Vincent L. [MC???? RIP] 2019-Jan-14

try the class of 1986/1987

i remember him from my years there–>

>>> wolfmsg404 aka Freddy Lopez

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On 1/20/2019 2:47 PM, Jasper Fjohn68 wrote:

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JOBIT:
Tricoli, Vincent L. [MC???? RIP] 2019-Jan-14
try the class of 1986/1987
i remember him from my years there–>
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Is this any help?  And, can you put a class year for “wolfmsg404 aka Freddy Lopez”?

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Dear John,

            I still do not find anything for Vincent, I do find Frederick Lopez in the Class of 1968.

                    Mike

McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

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JUPDATE: Werle, Donald A. [MC1953 RIP] id-ed by McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

2019-Jan-21

JOBIT: Werle, Donald A. [MC1953 RIP] 2019-Jan-17
2019-Jan-18

https://obits.lohud.com/obituaries/lohud/obituary.aspx?n=donald-a-werle&pid=191288769&fhid=27178
Donald A. Werle
April 24, 1930 – January 17, 2019

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Dear John,

             I believe that Donald is a member of the great Class of 1953.

                       May He Rest In Peace.

                                     Mike

McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

Werle, Donald A. [MC1953 RIP]

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JFOUND: DeFrancesco, Christopher [MC????] Asst Dir @ New Haven U

2019-Jan-21

https://www.newhaven.edu/faculty-staff-profiles/christopher-defrancesco.php

Christopher DeFrancesco
Assistant Director of International Enrollment
Graduate Admissions
University of New Haven

I was born and raised in Hamden, CT and graduated from Manhattan College in the Bronx, NY with a Bachelor’s in Sociology with a concentration in Human Services. I focused most of my research on the history of LGBTQ communities and their impact on public policy and the military.

Off campus I completed internships for Mother’s Against Drunk Driving CT, getting involved in public speaking, advocating and creating awareness of the dangers of drunk driving.

Throughout my time in undergrad I was a member of the Manhattan College singers, and actively involved in student services, intra-murals, as well as a mentor and tutor for NYC students in preparation for the SATs and the college application process.

After undergrad I earned a job as the Assistant Director of  Enrollment at my Alma Mater, Notre Dame High School in West Haven, CT. During my time at Notre Dame I was responsible for recruiting students domestically and internationally, interviewing prospective students and their families, researching the national independent school climate, chairing the NEASC reaccreditation Homestay Committee, coordinating train and bus travel, and overseeing student groups. I went on to earn a Master’s in Education from Albertus Magnus College.

Currently I am the Assistant Director of International Enrollment. Feel free to reach out should you need any information regarding the school or any of our unique programs.

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DeFrancesco, Christopher [MC????]

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Dear John,

I do not find any thing for Christopher in my ‘stuff’.

Mike

McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

 

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