Tag Archives: MC1953

JUPDATE: Pavlista, Alexander [MC1968] id-ed by McEneney, Mike (MC1953)


Dear John,

I believe that Alexander is a member of the Class of 1968.


McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

Pavlista, Alexander [MC1968]

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Pavlista retires from Panhandle R&E Center

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PRAYERSREQUESTED: Colon, Philip J. (MC1962) prays for Cashman, Jerry [MC1953]


Good Evening All,

Mike McEneney asks for our prayers for Fellow Jasper, Jerry Cashman ’53, long time Dean of Students at Manhattan. Jerry is not doing well. His Daughter-In-Law Claire has said that Hospice is due to minister to Jerry as of Friday. We pray for Jerry and his Family during this difficult time. Thank you. God Bless.
Colon, Philip J. (MC1962) 
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Cashman, Jerry [MC1953]
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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.


Cashman, Jerry [MC1953]

Guestbook:  None cited

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JNEWS: Reilly, Marianne [MC1978] and Peters, Nadia [MC2007] cited St. Barnabas HS news


Dear John,

         I have attached two copies of an article from the Spring 2017 Edition of the St. Barnabas High School News Letter, CONNECTIONS about two JASPERS – Marianne Reilly, ’78 and Nadia Peters, ’07.

        (The first attachment is a typed copy of the Article w/outphoto, the second a scanned copy of the Article.)

         My connection with the High School is that my wife Cathie, and two of her sisters, are alumnae as are our threedaughters!

         Please feel free to post as much or as little as you think appropriate.



McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

Reilly, Marianne [MC1978]

Peters,  Nadia [MC2007]

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Two Saint Barnabas High School Grads Alumnae, Friends, Colleagues
By: Linda Arnegger Corcoran ‘66

Life is often six degrees of separation. Many of us connect the dots in so many ways each and every day. Separated by three decades, two Saint Barnabas High School alumnae’s parallel paths led them to the same place.

Marianne Reilly ’78 was a star basketball athlete at Saint Barnabas High School. As a freshman, she took three buses to get to school, but knew that Saint Barnabas was the right fit for her academically and athletically.

Nadia Peters ’07 knew she wanted to go to a high school that prepared her for college, while satisfying her love of sports. While at Barnabas, Nadia participated in soccer, track and basketball, graduating with an Advanced Regents Diploma.

Two Paths – Same Goals!

Marianne Reilly was the first female recipient of a Manhattan College Athletic scholarship. As a student athlete, Marianne often wondered who might be the first woman to be inducted into Manhattan College’s Athletic Hall of Fame. In 1992, Marianne became that woman! Reilly holds the distinction of being recognized as one of the greatest players of the first 30 seasons in Manhattan College’s Women’s Basketball History. After graduation, Marianne went on to teaching and became a basketball coach. She holds a master’s degree in education administration from Lehman College, and, in 1999, earned a professional diploma from Fordham University’s Graduation School of Education in administration and supervision.

Reilly accepted a position at Fordham University’s Athletic Department and rose through the ranks. In 1996, Marianne became Senior Associate Athletic Director, where, in addition to overseeing compliance and eligibility, she served as a liaison to a number of intercollegiate teams, athletic training, strength and conditioning, intermural and club sport programs. Marianne also served on numerous university and conference working groups, including the Atlantic 10 Strategic Planning Committee.

Six months ago, Marianne returned to Manhattan College and was named Director of Intercollegiate Athletics at Manhattan College – another first for a woman to hold that position in Manhattan College’s history! Marianne continues to give back to Saint Barnabas High School as Vice Chair of its Board of Trustees. “You can never forget where your formative years were developed. I am proud to be part of the Saint Barnabas High School Board,” Reilly said.

Nadia Peters also had her eye on Manhattan College while she was attending Saint Barnabas, and was awarded a full athletic scholarship there. Another high achiever, both academically and athletically, Nadia holds the record for most blocks in Manhattan’s women’s basketball and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology with a minor in business and religion and a masters in counseling with a concentration in school counseling, graduating Magnum Cum Laude. Currently, Nadia is Assistant Director of Employer Relations in Manhattan College’s Center for Career Development Department. Peters feels that the sky is the limit in achieving her career goals, and credits Saint Barnabas High School for her path to success.

Several years ago, Marianne and Nadia shared their stories as alumnae of both schools and their love of sports. Each is proud that they are now part of the Manhattan College Team of professionals. They are true examples of the many focused and strong women who continue to receive their educational foundation from Saint Barnabas High School, and the sisterhood that endures.

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MNEWS: McEneney, Mike (MC1953) find old MSG history in news


Dear John,

             The Sunday, March 26th NY Daily News, at page 86
has an article END ZONE -When the Garden Cheered Again.

        It is about 1958 when Manhattan beat Jerry West & # 1
West Virginia, under Captain Jack Powers at the ‘old’ Garden.

         A great piece. I have it if you need it.


McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

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[JR: NYDN is behind some kind of wall.]  

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COMMENT: McEneney, Mike (MC1953) reports a formatting issue


Dear John,

              For some reason this weeks edition came through
in a ‘different format’.

                 Readable, but difficult to read.


McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated feedback. I looks like it’s “wide” from your quote. I’ll have to do some digging to prevent that next week. Sometimes hyperlinks or pictures cause that.]

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JEMAIL: Tighe, Bill [MC1954] finds some memories


Dear John,

          A fellow JASPER, Bill Tighe ’54 sent me the link to
the site below:


      The 44 Club was where many of us spent Saturday
nights as well as after Basketball Games. A pitcher was $1.25
in those days! We went there so often, that John the
Waiter came to our wedding.

      When Jack Grogan,’53 RIP and I were drafted, this is
where our going away party was held. I am sure that many
JASPERS will fondly remember the place.



McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

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Tighe, Bill [MC1954]

Grogan, Jack [MC1953 RIP]

McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Pitchers of soda, of course. Great site for memories. If I can be political for a moment, I note at the end that after it was knocked down for “urban renewal” the Gooferment found they didn’t have any money to build. Laugh! Typical. What injineer starts a project without the wherewithall to finish it. Argh! Sad to lose your “favoritest places”. I feel the same way about the old Red Garter in the Village near Gertie’s Folks City. Great times; in not so great places. Laugh! The Red Garter was a “health code violation” by any standard. Laugh!]  

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JFACEBOOK: McEneney, Mike (MC1953) at the junior prom!



Clare McEneney Hermann
52 mins ·  My parents at junior prom! — with Mike McEneney.

2017 02Feb 10 mike


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McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Don’t you just love Facebook and what you can find there?]  

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