Daily Archives: March 14, 2019

JLINKEDIN: Cunningham, Sean [MC1979] joined Conway MacKenzie

2019-Mar-14

https://www.linkedin.com/in/sean-cunningham-398a6475/

Cunningham, Sean [MC1979]
Joined Conway MacKenzie December 3 2018
New York, New York

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JFOUND: Burchik, Steve [MC1967] announces a CA mixer

2019-Mar-14

South Bay Alumni After-Work Mixer

Alumni, family and friends in the South Bay area are invited
to attend this after-work mixer at Steins Beer Garden. Kick back and
relax with fellow Jaspers! Food and beverages can be purchased directly
from the venue.

Steins Beer Garden
895 Villa Street
Mountain View, CA 94041

To R.S.V.P., please contact Steve Burchik ’67 at (925) 998-9433 | steveburchik@yahoo.com

You may also like the following events from Manhattan College Alumni:

This Thursday, 14th March, 11:00 am, Long Island St. Patrick’s Day Alumni Luncheon in New York
Next Monday, 18th March, 05:00 pm, North Carolina Alumni Dinner in Raleigh
Next Wednesday, 20th March, 02:30 pm, West Palm Beach Golf Outing & Dinner

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Burchik, Steve [MC1967]

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JNEWS: Murillo, Heather [MC????] next principal of Nathaniel Woodhull Elementary

2019-Mar-14

http://www.wfsd.k12.ny.us/index.php/2019/03/heather-murillo-named-next-principal-of-nathaniel-woodhull-elementary-school/

Heather Murillo Named Next Principal of Nathaniel Woodhull Elementary School
March 13, 2019
by William Floyd Webmaster

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Dr. Heather Murillo was appointed by the Board of Education as the next principal of Nathaniel Woodhull Elementary School effective January 6, 2020.

After an extensive search, the William Floyd School District has appointed Dr. Heather Murillo as the next principal of Nathaniel Woodhull Elementary School effective January 6, 2020. Dr. Murillo will serve as the instructional and administrative leader of Nathaniel Woodhull which educates 675 students in kindergarten through fifth grade, and employs nearly 60 faculty members and 50 professional staff. Dr. Murillo has served as the school’s assistant principal for the past four years and is taking the reins from Monica Corona, who is retiring at the end of the calendar year after a distinguished 16-year career.

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Dr. Murillo earned a Bachelor of Arts in Elementary and Special Education (K-6th grade) at Manhattan College and a Master of Arts in Literacy Education (birth-6th grade) at the C.W. Post Graduate School. She also holds her Advanced Certificate in School Building Leadership and School District Leadership from St. John’s University and a Doctorate in Supervision and Educational Leadership from St. John’s University.

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Murillo, Heather [MC????]

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Dear John,

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

Mike

McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

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JNEWS: Burke, Nate [MC2011] honored with “Cop and a Kid” trophy

2019-Mar-14

https://wnyt.com/news/pal-police-athletic-league-honor-breakfast-awards/5279134/

March 14, 2019 12:51 PM

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COLONIE – Depending on your perspective, we’re either several months before or several months past the annual Capital Holiday Lights in the Park, the annual fundraiser for Albany’s Police Athletic League. Either way, that helps support so many programs. And on Thursday morning at the Albany Marriott, supporters and graduates were honored with “Cop and a Kid” trophies.

“It’s external validation for all the hard work I’ve done,” said Nate Burke, who joined PAL at age 13. He is now 29 and a PhD candidate studying economics at the University of Arkansas. “PAL was a huge part of me growing up.”

Burke was among four honorees along with Paula Stopera of Capital Communications Federal Credit Union, Albany County Sheriff Craig Apple and David Bauer, PAL’s third ever board chairman. Business leaders from around the region attended Breakfast of Champions.

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But it was messages by PAL Alumni Joe Filomeno and Burke that resonated for so many.

“As a kid, I developed really late, I was having a rough time in school,” Burke said. “As a child, I spent most of my time in Brooklyn with my grandmother and so transitioning, coming up here and everything was really hard for me, I didn’t really have anywhere I fit in.”

He said one day officer Kelly Kimbrough rolled up in a police car and asked him if he needed a ride. That changed his life, Burke said.

“That’s when everything changed for me and I found a much better group of people, mentors to actually guide me,” Burke said. “And that’s when I switched from not really having direction to knowing that, OK, I don’t know exactly what I want to do but I want to do something that’s going to help benefit my community.”

Burke created PAL’s track program and went to Manhattan College on a scholarship. Then he earned his Masters from the University of Alaska at Fairbanks and now is at the University of Arkansas.

“I went to Alaska and Arkansas just because of him,” said Burke’s mother Iris Osorio. “Alaska’s beautiful, Arkansas’ very hot.”

And Burke’s message: “Kids should be our entire investment…I think sometimes we as adults now forget that everything we’re doing is just setting the stage for tomorrow’s generation. So above all we have to make sure the kids come first.”

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Burke, Nate [MC????]

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Dear John,

I believe that Nate is a member of the Class of 2011.

Mike

McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

Burke, Nate [MC2011]

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PRAYERSREQUESTED: Colon, Philip J. (MC1962) prays for Ken and family

2019-Mar-14

Wed, Mar 13, 6:00 PM (18 hours ago)

Good Afternoon All,

I have just spoken with Ken and I heard earlier in the week from Madeline and I can tell you that Ken is doing well. I spoke briefly with Ken because his dinner had just been brought in and he wanted to get to that before it got cold. As Ken says ” We have been to hell and back but I am doing good.” when Ken says We, he is talking about Madeline, their Children, Kenneth, Karen, Thomas, Steven and their Family. Friends like Jim Brown and others. They have been in this together and it has made a difference. When I spoke with Ken, he had that spark and commitment in his voice that we all know and that was great to hear. Losing a leg is no picnic, but Ken and his wonderful Family are making it work. Is it hard, yes, will Ken be stronger, he already is. It was great to talk with him. I am sure he would love to hear from you. He is at: CareOne 600 Kinderkamack Rd. Oradell, N.J. 07649 (201) 967 – 0002 Room 121

Ken and his Family so appreciate your prayers and Good Wishes. Please keep the volume up for this good man. Thank you. God Bless.

Colon, Philip J. (MC1962)

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