Tag Archives: MC1981

JFOUND: Marotta, Paul J. [MC1981] Tech Dir @ aquaeter

2018-Feb-24

http://www.aquaeter.com/company-profile/team

Team
Our professionals are called upon to provide expertise and problem solving in many complex and potentially expensive problems (either from a capital expense or from a present-worth cost) that we find ourselves increasingly facing. We operate as professional extensions of our clients’ staff, working closely with their technical staff, as well as, the required regulatory agencies, to find a solution, determine the resource potential, and design systems that will meet the regulatory requirements. We achieve this at an economical cost and with the future expenses known. Our job is to provide the client with a solution that can be permitted by the regulatory authority and to minimize the footprint of their activities in a sustainable manner that considers the social, economic, and environmental implications of the solution.

We operate as professional extensions of our clients’ staff, working closely with their technical staff, as well as, the required regulatory agencies, to find a solution, determine the resource potential, and design systems that will meet the regulatory requirements. We achieve this at an economical cost and with the future expenses known.

Our job is to provide the client with a solution that can be permitted by the regulatory authority and to minimize the footprint of their activities in a sustainable manner that considers the social, economic, and environmental implications of the solution.

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Paul J. Marotta, Ph.D., P.E., BCEE | Resume
Technical Director – Remediation, Air Quality, Environmental Studies, and Wastewater Services

Ph.D., University of Tennessee Space Institute
M.S. Engineering, Union College, Schenectady
B.S. Mechanical Engineering, Manhattan College
B.S. Applied Mathematics, Siena College

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Marotta, Paul J. [MC????]

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Dear John,

I believe that Paul is a member of the Class of 1981.

Mike

McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

Marotta, Paul J. [MC1981]

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JNEWS: Higgins, Julianne [MC1981] Wilton Council on Ethics

2018-Jan-03

https://www.wiltonbulletin.com/113632/ethics-panel-gains-two/

Ethics panel gains two
By Wilton Bulletin on January 3, 2018 

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The Board of Selectmen Dec. 18 appointed Jeff Miller and Julianne Higgins to the Council on Ethics.

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Higgins is a former member of the Council on Ethics, having served from 2008 to 2015, and was chairman for more than a year.

She has worked as an attorney in various corporations, including Colgate-Palmolive Co. Her volunteer work includes being a driver for the American Cancer Society.

She is a 1981 graduate of Manhattan College, summa cum laude, and a 1986 graduate of Fordham University School of Law, where she was editor of the Fordham International Law Journal.

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Higgins, Julianne [MC1981]

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JUPDATE: Bivona, Damian [MC1981] id-ed by McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

2017-Oct-31

JFOUND: Bivona, Damian [MC1981] AVP for Consumer Op Svcs at AIG
2017-Oct-24
http://obtjobs.org/board/damian-bivona/

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Dear John,

          I believe that Damian is a member of the Class of 1981.

                          Mike

McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

Bivona, Damian [MC1981]

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JEMAIL: Abate, Bob (MC1981) shares about Pannell, Tyrone[MC1964 RIP]

2017-Oct-26

John,

This is my remembrance from The Vietnam Wall Memorial for Tyrone Pannell.

Bob

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Abate, Bob (MC1981) 

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http://www.thewall-usa.com/guest.asp?curpage=3&recid=39333

Robert Abate
Admirer and Fellow-Alumnus

Tyrone S. Pannell – A Remarkable Young Man

I knew of Tyrone Pannell – the athlete. We were the same age, in the same city, competing in track and field but the similarity ended there. He was one of New York City¦s finest and most versatile athletes ever and its premiere track and field star of the late 1950’s and early 60’s.

In the Spring of 1997, I proposed his long overdue induction into the Manhattan College Sports Hall of Fame. It was only then, researching his accomplishments and meeting former classmates and teammates, that I learned about Tyrone Pannell – the person, and the outstanding human being that he was.

I never had the privilege of meeting him but I had the pleasure of meeting his wife and daughter at his posthumous induction ceremony. I was stunned to learn from his daughter, Tracy, that he and I had been pretty close for many years. In 1985 I had bought a book: “Dear America – Letters Home From Vietnam.” Unbeknownst to me, one of the letters was from twenty-three year old Marine Lieutenant Tyrone Pannell to his infant daughter:

August 11, 1965

Dear Tracy,

The things I want to say to you can never be fully expressed in words. I want so very much to say the things that will make you understand how very much I love you. Before you were born I, like most men, wanted a son. But when I saw you for the first time just a few minutes old, I knew I could never love a son the way I loved you. For a son grows and becomes a man while a daughter is always a child to be loved and cared for. More than anything I want you to know me and love me. The next time I see you, you will be a little lady, walking and talking. Learn how to say “Daddy. I love you with all my heart.”

Love, Daddy

Most fittingly, his nomination was approved on the eve of Father’s Day. From time-to-time, I jog at Manhattan College and when I do, I look up at Tyrone Pannell’s Hall of Fame banner and sense his presence and a bond of brotherhood.

Saturday, November 03, 2001

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Abate, Bob (MC1981)

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http://www.gojaspers.com/news/2006/10/24/657865.aspx

Tyrone Pannell ’64 (Men’s Track & Field)

Won the 60-yard high hurdles at the IC4A Championships and the high jump at the indoor Met’s in 1962. Won the 60-yard high hurdles, the long jump and the high jump at the indoor Met’s, and the high jump at the outdoor Met’s in 1963. High jump champion at the 1964 indoor Met’s and in the 120-yard high hurdles at the outdoor Met’s. Senior co-captain. Entered the Marine Corps after college and lost his life in active duty in Vietnam.

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Pannell, Tyrone[MC1964 RIP]

 

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JFOUND: Cordovano, Peter M. [MC1981] Lawyer Ulster County

http://www.lawlink.com/profile/25089

Peter M. Cordovano, P.C. is a law practice dedicated to helping individuals in crisis due to a workplace injury, an arrest, or an accident caused by negligence. If you are facing an uncertain future due to any of these circumstances, I can provide the quality legal representation you need to protect your rights and achieve a positive outcome. Since 1980, I have fought for distressed clients who needed capable case management and calm reassurance. Through tireless efforts, I’ve been able to obtain consistently good results for people in Ulster County and the surrounding areas who’ve entrusted their case to my care.

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Cordovano, Peter M. [MC????]

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Dear John,

               I believe that Peter is a member of the Class of 1981.

                          Mike

McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

Cordovano, Peter M. [MC1981]

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JFOUND: Bivona, Damian [MC1981] AVP for Consumer Op Svcs at AIG

2017-Oct-24

http://obtjobs.org/board/damian-bivona/

Damian Bivona

Damian’s professional career has spanned 4 decades of domestic and international corporate leadership and currently serves as AVP for Consumer Operation Services at AIG. In his current role Damian focuses on insurance operations and the Consumer portfolio of projects that include, but are not limited to – project investment, prioritization, alignment to strategy, and project governance. Damian also works with project teams on operational efficiencies and improving AIG’s customer experience.

Throughout Mr. Bivona’s career he has enjoyed positions ranging from Consulting, Information Technology, Strategy, Operations, Process Improvement / Transformation and Project Management.
Damian has worked for companies in numerous fields such as Publishing, Capital Markets, Nuclear Energy, and Insurance. He has managed diverse teams across the globe. During his career he has had the privilege of working on assignments across 5 continents and over 20 countries with countless great people.

A native New Yorker, Mr. Bivona now resides in NJ. Damian earned a B.S. degree in Information Technology from Manhattan College and an M.S. degree in Business / Statistical Analysis from Pace University.

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Bivona, Damian [MC????]

 

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Dear John,

          I believe that Damian is a member of the Class of 1981.

                          Mike

McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

Bivona, Damian [MC1981]

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JEMAIL: McEneney, Mike (MC1953) finds news on Squeri, Stephen [MC1981]

2017-Oct-19

WSJ MARKETS ALERT: American Express CEO Kenneth Chenault to Step Down
Stephen Squeri,’81 to replace him

Dear John,

          I believe that Stephen is a member of the Class of 1981.

                            Mike

McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

Squeri, Stephen [MC1981]

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> From: “WSJ.com Editors” 
> Date: October 18, 2017 at 4:36:43 PM EDT
> Subject: WSJ MARKETS ALERT: American Express CEO Kenneth Chenault to Step Down
> The Wall Street Journal Markets Alert
> American Express CEO Kenneth Chenault to Step Down

Kenneth Chenault, the head of American Express and one of the country’s most prominent African-American corporate leaders, will step down as chairman and chief executive Feb. 1, capping a 16-year run at the iconic card company as it grapples with a new wave of competition.

The 66-year-old executive will be succeeded as CEO by Stephen Squeri, a three-decade AmEx veteran who previously ran its division in charge of corporate cards.

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