Tag Archives: MC1970

COMMENT: Smith, Frank [MC1970] wonders what might have been

2019-Aug-04

If that particular pope had died, then perhaps all those pervert priests and criminal bishops might not have destroyed the lives of all those innocent children.

Regards,
Frank Smith ’70 Arts

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[JR: One never knows what might have been.  We may only know what has happened and have to deal with reality.]

Smith, Frank [MC1970]

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JFOUND: Corsi, Robert E. Jr. [MC1970] BoG Civil Air Patrol

2019-Mar-04

https://www.af.mil/About-Us/Biographies/Display/Article/104962/robert-e-corsi-jr-pe/

ROBERT E. CORSI JR., PE

Robert E. Corsi Jr., a member of the Senior Executive Service, is the Assistant Deputy Chief of Staff for Manpower, Personnel and Services, Headquarters U.S. Air Force, Washington, D.C. He serves as principal assistant to the Air Force Deputy Chief of Staff for Manpower, Personnel, and Services. He is responsible for comprehensive plans and policies covering all life cycles of military and civilian personnel management, including military and civilian end strength management, education and training, compensation and resource allocation, and the delivery of fully-qualified, ready Airmen for the Joint warfighter while also meeting all the needs of our Airmen and their families. He oversees the execution and programming of the Manpower, Personnel and Services portfolio with an annual $40.9 billion personnel budget for 660,000 military and civilian total force Airmen. As Chair of the Civilian Force Development Panel, he plans, directs and evaluates programs to ensure a qualified, productive and well-maintained work force of over 180,000 civilian employees. 

https://www.rocorllc.com/about-us

Robert E. Corsi, Jr., founder and president, is a Registered Professional Engineer (PE) and a retired member of the Senior Executive Service with more than 46 years of combined military and civilian experience in human capital resource management, workforce planning, organization design, and policy management at the highest levels within the Department of Defense. Most recently, he has served as the Assistant Deputy Chief of Staff for Manpower, Personnel and Services, Headquarters U.S. Air Force, Washington, D.C. In this role, he was responsible for comprehensive plans and policies covering all life cycles of military and civilian personnel management, including military and civilian end strength management, education and training. He has a proven track record in directing the sizing and composition of a work force of over 660,000 military and civilian personnel, and was responsible for building and defending budget submissions to support manpower costs in excess of 40 billion dollars/year. He has extensive experience in developing accession policy for over 40,000 military and civilian entrants every year; directly overseeing the development of over 180,000 civilians, developing organizational policy to determine most effective organization structures and reporting relationships; developing the most efficient mix of resources (organic or contractor) to meet mission requirements; overseeing process improvements; and developing agency wide mentoring program covering over 150,000 personnel with 15,000 volunteer mentors. He led an aggressive disability program rated the tops in DOD for five straight years and received two Meritorious Presidential Rank Awards and one Distinguished Presidential Rank Award which is the highest award that an SES can receive.

He has served on the Board of Directors for the Senior Executives Association and currently serves on the Board of Governors for the Civil Air Patrol. He was inducted into the Academy of Distinguished Alumni and the Academy of Industrial Engineering Graduates at West Virginia University. His professional affiliations include: Life Member of the Institute of Industrial Engineers; Senior Member of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, member of the National Society of Professional Engineers, and adjunct consultant with the Rand Corporation.

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Corsi, Robert E. Jr. [MC1970]

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JUPDATE: McCourt, Kevin [MC1970] id-ed by McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

2018-Nov-28

JLINKEDIN: McCourt, Kevin [MC1970] Lead Dev Rep @ ClassLink
2018-Nov-22

https://www.linkedin.com/in/kevin-mccourt-789099175/

McCourt, Kevin [MC????]
Lead Development Rep at ClassLink ClassLink=6000+Single Sign-on APPS

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Dear John,

                I believe that Kevin is a member of the Class of 1970.

                                    Mike

McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

McCourt, Kevin [MC1970]

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JLINKEDIN: McCourt, Kevin [MC1970] Lead Dev Rep @ ClassLink

2018-Nov-22

https://www.linkedin.com/in/kevin-mccourt-789099175/

McCourt, Kevin [MC????]
Lead Development Rep at ClassLink ClassLink=6000+Single Sign-on APPS

ClassLink empowers students and teachers with instant access to 6,000+ single sign-on apps and files at school and on Google, Office 365, and Dropbox cloud drives. ClassLink Analytics gives decision makers the usage data they need. Your school district has invested heavily in the adoption of digital learning resources, but how much do you know about how often they are actually used? Instructional time is valuable, make the most of with ClassLink.

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Dear John,

                I believe that Kevin is a member of the Class of 1970.

                                    Mike

McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

McCourt, Kevin [MC1970]

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JFOUND: Curatolo, William [MC1970] “Pharma People Gone Wild!”

2018-Jul-17

https://www.linkedin.com/groups/69262/69262-6424358128439091200?midToken=AQFgyBtnJcZ0OQ&trk=eml-b2_anet_digest_weekly-group_discussions-13-grouppost~disc~0&trkEmail=eml-b2_anet_digest_weekly-group_discussions-13-grouppost~disc~0-null-4lav~jjpqsx0y~b-null-communities~group~discussion&lipi=urn%3Ali%3Apage%3Aemail_b2_anet_digest_weekly%3BP76mhGl%2FRXeDSHYSrBsKkw%3D%3D

William Curatolo

Novelist/PharmaceuticalConsultant

Pharma People Gone Wild!
Kirkus Reviews said this about my new thriller “Too Many Hats: Herbal Medicine and The Mob”:

“An entertaining and illuminating romp through interconnected and delightfully suspect organizations.” – Kirkus Reviews

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https://www.linkedin.com/in/william-curatolo-a749994/

Curatolo, William [MC1970]

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JOBIT: Keves, John W. [MC1977 RIP] 2018-Mar-02

2018-Apr-29

Good Afternoon All,

Lou Calvelli has shared the sad news of the passing of Fellow Jasper, John W. Keves ’77 BBA on March 2, 2018. Fellow Jasper George F. Keves ’70 BA, shared the sad news of the passing of his Baby Brother John. John, for over 30 years was the Houston, Texas,  Manhattan College Alumni Chapter Representative. John and his Wife, Janet,organized and graciously welcomed so many Jaspers to so many functions, celebrations and gatherings. Always with a warm smile and a large Texas Jasper embrace. John and Janet unfailingly espoused  “Always A Jasper.”

We pray for the repose of the soul of Fellow Jasper, John, that of his Wife Janet (predeceased 2017), their Children Laura, Thomas and Jennifer and their Family as the Family mourn the loss of their loved one. As George has said, John and Janet, always loved, never forgotten. Thank you George for sharing your Memorial message. Thank you all. God Bless.

Colon, Philip J. (MC1962)

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Keves, John W. [MC1977 RIP]

Keves, George F. [MC1970]

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Formstack Submission For: Submit Your News
Submitted at 04/20/18 1:34 PM
George Keves 1970
Type of News:
In Memoriam
Your News:

It is with the deepest sense of sadness I announce the passing of my baby brother, John W Keves, Class of 1977.

John was the Houston Alumni Chapter representative, still listed, and he and his wife Janet proudly organized a full schedule of Alumni events over a 30+ year period, including communion breakfasts, golf outings and trips and visits from Manhattan Administrators.

John graduated with a degree in Business Administration and played on the baseball team during his time at The College.

Sadly, John passed on March 2, 2018 after a 5-year battle with esophageal cancer.His beloved wife, Janet, sadly passed 7 months earlier from cancer. He is survived by his children Laura, Thomas and Jennifer, son-in-law Bentley and rescue hound, Oscar, who he found on his doorstep 10 years ago and who never left his side.His family in New York include his sister Kathy,me, my wife Teresa and numerous nieces and nephews, who loved him dearly.

Neither John nor Janet will be forgotten.

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JOBIT: Sovich, James G. [MC1970] 2018-Mar-17

2018-Mar-31

http://obits.nwfdailynews.com/obituaries/nwfdailynews/obituary.aspx?n=lt-colonel-james-g-sovich&pid=188604474

Lt. Colonel James G. Sovich 
(1948 – 2018)

Lt. Colonel James G. Sovich USAF (Ret.) of Destin, Florida and formerly of North Hampton, New Hampshire passed away peacefully on St. Patrick’s Day, March 17, 2018 with his loving wife Helene and daughter Emily at his side.

Jim was born Aug. 7, 1948 in Yonkers, New York to Frank and Agnes (Fedush) Sovich, the fourth of five siblings, all military veterans. He graduated from Manhattan College in 1970 with a BA degree and a commission as a Second Lieutenant in the USAF. After graduating from pilot training at Columbus AFB, Mississippi, he was assigned as a fighter pilot in the F-4 Phantom and flew that aircraft on assignments in Southeast Asia and Europe accumulating approximately 4,000 flying hours. Later in the AF Reserve, he transitioned to the F-16A Falcon in which he logged 700 hours. He was a graduate of many military combat schools and courses including the Air Force Fighter Weapons Course, the Air Force’s “”Top Gun”” fighter pilot school. He will always be remembered in his military aviation circles as “”a fighter pilot’s fighter pilot.””

Upon leaving active military service in 1978, he started his civilian aviation career with American Airlines as a flight engineer and after 30 years of service retired in 2008 as a B-777 Captain. He was extremely active in American’s pilot union, the Allied Pilots Association (APA), serving in many capacities including as its President from 1994-1997.

In addition to his wife, Helene Sovich of Destin, Florida, he is survived by his daughter, Emily Michaud (Joe) of Milton, New Hampshire and son, Thomas Sovich (Lizzy) of Kingfisher, Oklahoma. He relished his time at Little Ossipee Lake in Waterboro, Maine with his grandchildren, Elise Marie Trepanier and Maverick James Michaud of Milton, New Hampshire.

Jim also leaves three brothers, Lt. Col Francis A. Sovich, USAF (Ret’d) (Margaret) of Warrensburg, Missouri, Lt. Col John M. Sovich, USAF (Ret’d) (Jane) of Hampton, New Hampshire and Lt. Col Joseph A. Sovich, USAF, (Ret’d) (Patricia) of Litchfield Park, Arizona. In 2017, he was predeceased by his sister, Captain Patricia A. Sovich, NC, USN (Ret’d) of Silverdale, Washington. He leaves many nieces, nephews, grandnieces and grandnephews.

A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 2 p.m. on Friday, April 6, 2018 at Corpus Christi Roman Catholic Church, 307 Beach Drive, Destin, Florida. A recitation of the Rosary will precede the mass at 1 p.m.

Interment will take place at a later date at Arlington National Cemetery where his sister, Pat is interred. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that memorial donations be made in Jim’s name to the Wounded Warrior Project or another veteran’s group of the donor’s choice.

Oh, I have slipped the surly bonds of earth…put out my hand, and touched the face of God. (John Gillespie Magee)

Published Online in Northwest Florida Daily News on Apr. 1, 2018

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Sovich, James G. [MC1970]

Guestbook: http://www.legacy.com/guestbooks/nwfdailynews/lt-colonel-james-g-sovich-condolences/188604474?cid=full&_ga=2.220507608.1724319235.1522538874-115706709.1522290936

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