Tag Archives: MC1984

JFOUND: Hernandez, Judy [MC1984] found in “old news”

2019-Sep-30

https://parsippanyfocus.com/local-news/page/35/?adclick

Herbig, Kaminski and Hernandez Announce Parsippany Council Campaign
By Frank L. Cahill – Mar 24, 2019

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PARSIPPANY — This morning, Cori Herbig, Rob Kaminski and Judy Hernandez announced their 2019 campaign for the Parsippany-Troy Hills Township Council. Herbig, Kaminski and Hernandez are running with the support of Mayor Michael Soriano, Morris County Democratic Committee Chair Chip Robinson and Parsippany Democratic Committee Chair Matt Clarkin.

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Judy Hernandez is a 19-year resident of Parsippany. As an engineer, she brings extensive experience in environmental consulting to the table. Judy volunteers her time with the Parsippany Planning Board, Environmental Committee and Glacier Hills Association. She holds a BECE from Manhattan College, and participated in the Rutgers Environmental Stewards Program. She resides in Glacier Hills with her husband and two children.

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HernandezJudy [MC????]

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Dear John,

I believe that Judy is a member of the Class of 1984.

Mike

McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

HernandezJudy [MC1984]

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JNEWS: Thomas, Paul [MC1984] into CHSAA HoF

2019-May-30

https://thetablet.org/hsaa-hall-of-fame-induction/

Sports
Eight Gain Entry into CHSAA Hall of Fame
May 29, 2019
By Jim Mancari

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The CHSAA hosted its 34th annual Hall of Fame induction ceremony and golf outing May 30 at the Inwood Country Club near John F. Kennedy International Airport. This year’s class was made up of the following eight deserving inductees who have dedicated their lives to the local Catholic sports scene.

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Paul Thomas ran cross-country and played rugby and basketball at Archbishop Stepinac H.S., White Plains, N.Y., before graduating in 1980. While a student a Manhattan College, the Bronx, he coached Stepinac’s junior varsity basketball team.

He spent 19 years teaching math and coaching freshmen basketball and freshmen football at Mount St. Michael Academy, the Bronx. He took home three CHSAA ‘A’ Division titles in basketball.

Thomas also has been the publisher and editor of the CHSAA basketball play- off journal, as well as an umpire and administrator for the Catholic league.

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Thomas, Paul [MC????]

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Dear John,

I believe that Paul is a member of the Class of 1984.

Mike

McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

Thomas, Paul [MC1984]

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JNEWS: Hernandez, Judy [MC1984] Campaigns For Parsippany Council

2019-Mar-24

https://parsippanyfocus.com/2019/03/24/herbig-kaminski-and-hernandez-announce-parsippany-council-campaign/

Herbig, Kaminski and Hernandez Announce Parsippany Council Campaign
By Frank L. Cahill-Mar 24, 2019

2019 03Mar 24 Hernandez

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Judy Hernandez is a 19-year resident of Parsippany. As an engineer, she brings extensive experience in environmental consulting to the table. Judy volunteers her time with the Parsippany Planning Board, Environmental Committee and Glacier Hills Association. She holds a BECE from Manhattan College, and participated in the Rutgers Environmental Stewards Program. She resides in Glacier Hills with her husband and two children.

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Hernandez, Judy [MC????]

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Dear John,

I believe that Judy is a member of the Class of 1984.

Mike

McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

Hernandez, Judy [MC1984]

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JNEWS: Conway, Richard [MC1984] Port Chester Police Chief

2019-Mar-18

https://dailyvoice.com/new-york/portchester/lifestyle/port-chester-police-chief-a-former-rye-hs-star-athlete-now-wrestles-with-parkinsons-disease/745617/

Port Chester Police Chief, A Former Rye HS Star Athlete, Now Wrestles With Parkinson’s Disease
Jon Craig

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Courage, commitment and quiet leadership are common themes in this lifelong Westchester resident’s life.

In 1974, as a sophomore at Rye High School, Richard Conway qualified for the state championships in a sport that relies on stamina, teamwork and tons of training.

What he learned in wrestling carried over to Manhattan College, where Conway played football and eventually became an assistant wrestling coach.

Conway initially thought he’d like to be a teacher, but while taking a walk during his lunch break from a Bronx Catholic school, he crossed paths with a state park policeman. The officer asked Conway if he wanted a part-time job, where he quickly learned he’d be happier as a cop.

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Conway, Richard [MC????]

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Dear John,

I believe that Richard is a member of the class of 1984.

Mike

McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

Conway, Richard [MC1984]

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MNEWS: Three Jaspers open Golf on 6 Indoor Golf Center

2019-Mar-13

https://www.theexaminernews.com/golf-on-6-mahopac/

Golf on 6, Mahopac
March 13, 2019 By David Propper

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Everyone is welcomed at Golf on 6 Indoor Golf Center.

There are people that come in just to have some fun with friends and more serious players that want to sharpen their techniques. With three golf stimulators and a friendly atmosphere, the Route 6 location has quickly made a name for itself among golfing circles.

“You see all different types of players,” co-owner Dino Odoardi said.

The store opened Feb. 1, though for the first ten days people from the community were welcomed to come in and try the virtual courses free of charge. On Feb. 11, the first official day for business, customers kept flocking in to get some swings in while the weather is still too frigid and snowy to play outside. Odoardi, Jerry Delbene and Joe Vittoria, three buddies that play golf together, own the business.

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The three men, all graduates of Manhattan College, have known each other for decades, with Vittoria and Delbene first cousins and Odoardi and Vittoria brother-in-laws. The three have bonded over golf, playing on local courses for 20 years.

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Golf on 6 is located at 250 Route 6 in Mahopac and its phone number is 845-533-5335.

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Delbene, Jerry [MC????]

Odoardi, Dino [MC????]

Vittoria, Joe [MC????]

[JR: Fascinating.  I’m going to stop by if I’m ever up that way.]

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Dear John,

I believe that Dino is a member of the Class of 1980, and Joe is a member of the Class of 1984. I do not find anything in my ‘stuff’ for Jerry.

Mike

McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

Delbene, Jerry [MC????]

Odoardi, Dino [MC1980]

 

Vittoria, Joe [MC1984]

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JFACEBOOK: Lodato, Ray (MC1984) has solution for Covington Catholic HS

2019-Jan-21

Lodato, Ray (MC1984) posted

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I hope no one takes this the wrong way, and I apologize in advance if this is too Catholic for some people, but

I don’t think the students from Covington Catholic High School should be expelled.

Hear me out. Yes, if they are expelled, the school will be rid of them and say that their behavior is unacceptable by the standards of the school.

But that’s it. They’ll go to another school, and be racists there.

When I was coming up (in Catholic schools (K through college), this kind of behavior, which violates decades of Catholic social teaching and embarrasses the institution they attend, would have been dealt with harshly. The students would have had a punishment that forced them to confront their behavior and all that was wrong with it. Make them do a service project, under adult supervision, with people who don’t look like them. Have a speaker, from a Native nation, an immigrant community, or the local African-American community, come to tell them how racism has impacted their lives and those of their ancestors. Make it so that they have to think about what they did, why it was wrong, and how they can atone for it and provide an example to kids coming up behind them to never engage in this kind of behavior.

My point is, there are ways to confront this that are superior to the school washing its hands of these kids, that makes them practice a little humility rather than the smug hostility they showed to Mr, Phillips. It’s not “give them a chance” so much as “make them confront why what they did is wrong, and cause them to change their behavior permanently.” And include their parents, too.

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[JR:  What no beatings?  Whenever I screwed up, or any of my peers, there was ALWAYS physical abuse.]

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JLINKEDIN: McCaffrey, Bernard [MC1984] COO @ Five Sons Safety Consult

2018-Oct-11

https://www.linkedin.com/in/bernard-mccaffrey-175305172/

McCaffrey, Bernard [MC1984] 
Chief Operating Officer at Five Sons Safety Consulting llc
Bronx, New York

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