JOBIT: Cashman, Jerry [MC1953 RIP] on 2017-04Apr-09

2017-Apr-11

 
 
COLLEGE MOURNS THE LOSS OF FORMER VICE PRESIDENT JEROME CASHMAN ’53, PH.D.
Cashman served at Manhattan College until 1995.
 
Jerome P. Cashman ’53, Ph.D., who began teaching at Manhattan College in 1957 and held numerous administrative positions at the College, including serving 20 years as vice president for student services, died on Sunday, April 9. He was 89.
 
Cashman, who was appointed an assistant professor of psychology in 1962, also served as a member of the Counseling department before becoming the director of vocational and psychological counseling. He also served as Dean of Men.
 
He was named vice president for student services in 1970 by Brother Gregory Nugent, FSC. During his tenure as vice president from 1970 to 1990, the College experienced many changes, including becoming coeducational and transitioning to a more residential campus. After leaving this position, Cashman went back to his roots and served as a counselor in the College’s counseling center until 1995.
 
An alumnus of La Salle Academy and Manhattan College, Cashman earned his master’s and doctoral degrees in psychology from Fordham University.
 
He was a member of many professional organizations, including the American Psychological Association, Sigma Xi, the American Personnel and Guidance Association, and the Eastern Association of College Deans and Advisors of Students. He also served in the United States Air Force as a sergeant from 1945-1946.
Cashman began his academic career as a head counselor for the New York Archdiocesan Vocational Service and served as director of guidance at Seton Hall University.
 
A funeral Mass will be celebrated on Monday, April 17 at 10 a.m. at St. Paul’s Roman Catholic Church in Congers, N.Y. Interment will follow at Gethsemane Cemetery, Congers, N.Y.
 

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Cashman, Jerry [MC1953 RIP]

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Good Morning All,

Jerry has been in our prayers and I share the sad news that he passed away on April 9, 2017. We pray for Jerry, his Wife, Rosemary, their Children, Robert, Claudia and Dermont. Many of us knew Jerry and so many more were touched by his good heart, his Ministry and work at Manhattan College. He will be missed by all. Mike McEneney, a classmate of Jerry, made a heartfelt remark, Jerry was a good friend and Classmate of another Jasper, Dan Capozzi, who was called home on April 7, 2017, ” now they are together, reliving their College days.” We pray for Jerry’s Family as they mourn the loss of their loved one. The College has shared the following Obituary which includes Mass of Christian Burial information on April 17, 2017 in Congers, N.Y. Thank you. God Bless.
 
Phil Colon
Colon, Philip J. (MC1962) 
 
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Jerry Breen ’71 commented on JOBIT: Cashman, Jerry [MC1953 RIP] on 2017-04Apr-09

2017-Apr-11 https://manhattan.edu/news/archive/2017/04/college-mourns-the-loss-of-jerome-cashman.php COLLEGE MOURNS THE …

I’m so sad to hear of the passing of Dr. Jerry Cashman. When I was at Manhattan in the late 60’s, the Jasper Journal office on the top floor of Thomas Hall was my “clubhouse”. I was there every day between classes, just a couple of doors away from the Dean of Men’s office. So I saw Dr. Cashman and his assistant Mrs. Williamson just about every day, and they were two of the nicest people you could ever meet. They were never too busy to help you out or just chat. He was a good man. I’ll miss him.

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One response to “JOBIT: Cashman, Jerry [MC1953 RIP] on 2017-04Apr-09

  1. Jerry Breen '71

    I’m so sad to hear of the passing of Dr. Jerry Cashman. When I was at Manhattan in the late 60’s, the Jasper Journal office on the top floor of Thomas Hall was my “clubhouse”. I was there every day between classes, just a couple of doors away from the Dean of Men’s office. So I saw Dr. Cashman and his assistant Mrs. Williamson just about every day, and they were two of the nicest people you could ever meet. They were never too busy to help you out or just chat. He was a good man. I’ll miss him.

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