Tag Archives: MC1961

JUPDATE: Yancy, James P. [MC1961 RIP] id-ed by Gearity, John E. (MC1961)

2018-Jul-09

JOBIT: Yancy, James P. [MC1961 RIP] 2018-Jul-02
2018-Jul-06
http://www.tributes.com/obituary/show/James-P.-Yancy-106235434

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Good Morning John:

Jim Yancey , listed RIP in this week’s Jottings, was a Graduate 1957 Cardinal Hayes where he was an outstanding track and football star and Manhattan College 1961. He was a the kind of person everyone admired.

Regards,
John Gearity

Gearity, John E. (MC1961)

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JOBIT: Yancy, James P. [MC1961 RIP] 2018-Jul-02

2018-Jul-06

http://www.tributes.com/obituary/show/James-P.-Yancy-106235434

James P. Yancy
July 2, 2018
Rhode Island

James passed away on Monday, July 2, 2018.

James was a resident of Rhode Island at the time of passing.

He was a proud graduate of Cardinal Hayes Academy, Manhattan College and New York University where he earned his MBA and was active in the Banking Field prior to joining the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company.

His Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Saturday, July 7, 2018 at 10 AM in St. Gregory the Great Church, 360 Cowesett Road, Warwick.

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Yancy, James P. [MC???? RIP]

Guestbook: http://www.tributes.com/condolences/leave_memory/106235434

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Good Morning John:

Jim Yancey , listed RIP in this week’s Jottings, was a Graduate 1957 Cardinal Hayes where he was an outstanding track and football star and Manhattan College 1961. He was a the kind of person everyone admired.

Regards,
John Gearity

Gearity, John E. (MC1961)

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JOBIT: Houlihan, Thomas Michael [MC1961 RIP] 2018-Apr-25

2018-May-06

Thomas Michael Houlihan
Obituary

It is with great sadness that the family of Thomas Michael Houlihan announces his passing on Wednesday, April 25, 2018. Thomas, lovingly referred to as “Bubba” by his family, will be remembered by his children, Kathy, Patrick and Kerry and his grandchildren, Kelsey, Sergio, Maria Elena and Ryan, as well as by his brothers, his extended family and his many friends. 

Thomas was an Engineer and was the first valedictorian of Manhattan College to come from the engineering department. He spent his life teaching at the Naval Academy, the Naval Post Graduate School and then went on to work at the Old Executive Office in DC. His last job was with Clean Fuels. Thomas spent his life dedicated to projects that would improve the lives of America’s Soldiers, Sailors and Marines, as well as projects that benefited the environment.

His generosity of spirit, sense of humor and unreserved love for his family will be lovingly remembered and missed by his family and friends.

A Funeral Service in memory of Thomas will be held at 9:30am on Friday May 11, 2018 at St. Joseph’s Church, Camillus, NY. Calling hours will be held on Thursday, May 10th from 4 to 7 at the Edward J. Ryan and Son Funeral Home, 3180 Bellevue Ave. Burial will be in St. Mary’s Cemetery in DeWitt.Share condolences at edwardjryanandson.com

Date of Death: April 25, 2018

Published in the Syracuse Post Standard from May 5 to May 6, 2018

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Houlihan, Thomas Michael [MC???? RIP]

Guestbook: None cited

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Dear John,

I believe that Thomas is a member of the Class of 1961.

May He Rest In Peace.

Mike

McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

Houlihan, Thomas Michael [MC1961 RIP]

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Colon, Philip J. (MC1962) added this request to his prayer circle.

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JNEWS: Tobin, John [MC1961] measured the VCP starting line

2017-Dec-10

http://www.silive.com/sports/index.ssf/2017/12/st_peters_cross_country_tradit.html

Van Cortlandt’s magic number unites generations
Updated 9:31 AM; Posted 9:00 AM
By Denise Boccia/Special to the Advance

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For cross country runners throughout the Northeast, Van Cortlandt Park is a venerated place, so central to the sport that it has its own language, so demanding that it long ago inspired some college students to survey and measure the course to ensure fairness, and so daunting that it has a magic number: 13.

The 21/2-mile course unites the generations, providing them a shared experience and, for male high school runners, a common goal — breaking 13 minutes.

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“The starting line was straight across and parallel to the walkway that goes from Broadway to the mansion,” said John Tobin, Carroll’s coach at St. Peter’s, a 1956 St. Peter’s grad and an alum of Manhattan College, just across Broadway and up the hill from VCP.  “The finish line was never in a fixed position but generally in the same area as today but no ‘fixed’ concrete monument with flags as today.

“I know that while I was a sophomore at Manhattan College, some Manhattan engineering students — myself included — measured (with surveying instruments) a curved starting line with the center of the radius being the pole marking the then-entrance into the cowpath. This at least made the start fairer than when, if you were closest to the mansion, you were 25 yards closer to the cowpath.”

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Tobin, John [MC????]

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Dear John,

             I believe that John is a member oif the Class of 1961.

                                 Mike

McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

Tobin, John [MC1961]

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JOBIT: Bagnell, James F. III [MC1965 RIP] on 2017-Oct-23 by Gearity, John (MC1961)

2017-Oct-29

RE: Obituary of James Bagnell III

Jim was a Graduate of the Engineering School at Manhattan College sometime in the mid 1960’s. He was a member of Alpha Sigma Beta. He had lived in the Cleveland area for 45 years and was much admired and loved by all of his friends and family.

Gearity, John (MC1961)

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http://obits.cleveland.com/obituaries/cleveland/obituary.aspx?page=lifestory&pid=187030185

JAMES F. BAGNELL III Obituary age 74, of Sagamore Hills passed away peacefully Monday, October 23, 2017. Dear son of the late James F. and Frances (nee McCarthy) Bagnell, II; Beloved significant other of Patricia McArdle, loving brother of Carol Ann (Richard) Haglund of Brentwood, TN and dear uncle of their children, Kristine, Richard, Evan, J.B., Erika and also dear uncle to Joe and Zachary Quinto. Services being held privately. James will be interred near his parents in Holy Name Cemetery in Jersey City, NJ. The family suggests memorial contributions be made to The , PO Box 15120, Chicago, IL 60693 or by visiting http://www.donatenow.heart.org.

Arrangements by Johnson-Romito Funeral Home, Northfield Center, Ohio. http://www.johnsonromito.com

Published in The Plain Dealer from Oct. 23 to Oct. 29, 2017 

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Bagnell, James F. III [MC???? RIP]

Guestbook: Same link 

[JR: Thanks for the great find. It would have slipped under my radar.]  

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Dear John,

                  I believe that James is a member of the Class of 1965.

                         May He Rest In Peace.

                                      Mike

McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

Bagnell, James F. III [MC1965 RIP] 

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Colon, Philip J. (MC1962) added this request to his prayer circle.

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COMMENT: Gearity, John (MC1961) moved over

2016-Apr-01

Just signed up…thanks John…appreciate your effort   John Gearity

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Gearity, John (MC1961)

[JR: Thanks to all the “movers”. It makes life easier.]  

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JFOUND: Thornton, Charles H. [MC1961]

2015-Aug-21

http://enr.construction.com/opinions/viewpoint/2015/0824-the-making-of-an-engineer-.asp

Into the Deep End of the Pool: The Making of an Engineer
08/24/2015
By Charles H. Thornton

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One of LZA’s approaches to management involved pushing young employees into the deep end of the pool, encouraging them to take initiative and work within controlled risks. Most of the key staff when I joined were in their early to mid-20s and were from Manhattan College. Vincent DeSimone was essentially running the office by 1964, and the best structural engineer was James Chaplin. Chaplin was older and had an uncanny ability to cut back a structure in the pre-computer days. We ended up designing the World’s Fair pavilions, at least five of which had structural systems that had never been done before.

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Thornton, Charles H. [MC1961]

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