Tag Archives: MC1988

JFOUND: Athanasidy Patrice Liquori (MC1988) has a new website

2017-Nov-17

https://patriceath.wixsite.com/patricepr

MediaSpecialist

I work as both a journalist and media professional in the metro area. You may have read my work in Hudson Valley Magazine, Wayne Magazine, Catholic New York, alumni publications and websites for Manhattan College and St. Catharine Academy, and more.

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Athanasidy Patrice Liquori (MC1988)

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JNEWS: Martirano, Mario [MC1988] USA Hockey Coach of the Month

2017-Nov-12 

https://www.tapinto.net/categories/news/articles/martirano-named-usa-hockey-coach-of-the-month

Sports
Martirano Named USA Hockey Coach of the Month
By DOMINICK DEPOLE
November 12, 2017 at 12:04 AM

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MAHOPAC, N.Y.— A passion for ice hockey and a desire to steer children’s lives in the right direction are only a few reasons that Mahopac resident Mario Martirano was chosen by USA Hockey Magazine for September’s coach of the month honor.

“It’s a mystery to me,” Martirano said of how he was found by the magazine to be selected. “I’m a nice guy and the kids like playing for me. We’ve won a couple of tournaments, but it’s still a mystery to me. I guess I’m well liked in the rink and in the community.”

Originally from Yonkers, the 51-year-old Martirano has played hockey since age 8 and started coaching in his 20’s with Manhattan College, his alma mater, where he played both baseball and ice hockey.

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Martirano, Mario [MC????]

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Dear John,

             I believe that Mario is a member of the Class of 1988.

                                         Mike

McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

Martirano, Mario [MC1988]

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JNEWS: Pegel, Andrena ‘Andie’ [MC1988] seeks West Milford Township Councll

2017-Oct-19

http://www.westmilfordmessenger.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20171019/OPINION03/171019965/Republican-Pegel-seeks-support-for-town-council

Republican Pegel seeks support for town council
Published Oct 19, 2017 at 1:21 pm (Updated Oct 19, 2017)

To the Editor:

My name is Andrena “Andie” Pegel and I am proud to announce my candidacy for West Milford Town Council on Republican Row A this November 7. I am a proud 21-year resident of West Milford with my husband, Tom, where we have raised our three children: Tommy (20), Gregory (19), and Allie (14) in the Newfoundland section of town.

After graduating with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Manhattan College, I entered the corporate work force and then started a small insurance business in Passaic County with my husband. Through the years, I have volunteered in West Milford in numerous capacities, from civic groups to youth athletic organizations to serving on the local multiple town committees. I currently serve on the Economic Development Commission, Insurance Advisory Committee, Community Against Substance Abuse Committee, Republican Committee (District 2), and as Vice President of the local Republican Club.

It is an honor to be chosen by the duly elected district representatives of the Republican Committee. These local leaders have entrusted me with the responsibility to represent all West Milford Republicans on the ballot this November, which is a task I do not take lightly. I am excited to work with my running mate Tricia Gerst, winner of the Republican primary election in June, and Councilmen McGuinness, Signorino, and Wagner to continue to make financially sound business decisions in our community.

I look forward to continuing to get to know my fellow West Milford residents over the next few weeks and hearing the concerns affecting my friends and neighbors in our great community. I know that my experience as a professional, volunteer, parent, and taxpayer provide me with a solid foundation to lead our township.

On Nov. 7, I humbly ask for your support by voting for Tricia Gerst and me, Andie Pegel, for Council, and the rest of Republican Row A.

Andie Pegel
Republican Council Candidate
West Milford Township

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Pegel, Andrena ‘Andie’ [MC????]

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Dear John,

            I believe that Andrena is a member of the Class of 1988.

                                  Mike

[Note: I believe that her maiden name is Ciccarelli]

McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

Pegel, Andrena ‘Andie’ [MC1988]

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JFOUND: Vallerie-Zingaro, Colleen [MC1988] Attorney in Danbury, CT

2017-Oct-02

https://www.lawyers.com/danbury/connecticut/colleen-vallerie-zingaro-331371-a/

Vallerie-Zingaro, Colleen [MC1988]
Licensed for 24 years
Attorney in Danbury, CT
Areas of Law: Criminal Law, Civil Litigation, Employment Law
Admitted in 1993, Connecticut1995, North Carolina 1997, U.S. District Court
Bridgeport School of Law at Quinnipiac Class of 1993 J.D.
University AttendedManhattan CollegeClass of 1988B.A.

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JLINKEDIN: Moran, Michael [MC1988] Mgr LGA PANYNJ

2017-Sep-22 

 
Moran, Michael [MC1988] 
Manager, LaGuardia Airport, Physical Plant & Redevelopment Division at Port Authority of NY & NJ
 
An energetic, performance driven leader with the ability to build consensus and motivate staff, while
prioritizing and delivering multiple concurrent projects/initiatives.
 
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JNEWS: Napolitano, Jim [MC1988] VP MAST Construction Services

2017-Sep-07

http://www.rocklandtimes.com/2017/09/07/blauvelt-man-promoted-to-vice-president-at-mast-construction-services/

BLAUVELT MAN PROMOTED TO VICE PRESIDENT AT MAST CONSTRUCTION SERVICES

2017 09Sep 07 Jim Napolitano

MAST Construction Services, Inc., a Little Falls, New Jersey-based owner’s representative, project and construction management services firm, has announced the promotion of Blauvelt resident Jim Napolitano to vice president. Napolitano, a 20-year construction industry veteran, was formerly a project executive at MAST and, before that, was a senior project manager at the firm.

In his new post, Napolitano will work alongside MAST Founder and President Ted Domuracki to oversee the company’s sales, marketing and business development efforts. He will also continue to serve as a project executive on key government, corrections, institutional and education projects, using his expertise to assist MAST’s clients in overseeing work from the preconstruction phase through close-out.

“Jim is, without a doubt, an expert at client relations and team building, as well as utilizing technology to realize efficiencies and to keep pace with the industry,” said Domuracki. “I am delighted to announce his promotion and excited about all that Jim brings to this role. Jim is a standout member of our executive team and part of our success story.”

Among Napolitano’s prior projects are the $400 million Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey, where MAST served as the owner’s representative for the City of Newark, and project management for Bergen County Juvenile Detention Center’s Youth Shelter in Teterboro, New Jersey.

Napolitano earned a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from Manhattan College and is a member of the Construction Management Association of America.

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Napolitano, Jim [MC????]

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Dear John,

             I believe that Jim is a member of the Class of 1988.

                              Mike

McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

Napolitano, Jim [MC1988]

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JNEWS: Alas, Tom [MC1988] passes his athletic talents

2017-May-06

http://www.thenortherner.com/sports/2017/05/05/watch-teammates-on-and-off-the-field-alas-brothers-get-opportunity-of-a-lifetime/

WATCH: Teammates on and off the field; Alas brothers get opportunity of a lifetime
Christopher Decker, Sports Editor
May 5, 2017

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When TJ Alas began his collegiate career at Eastern Kentucky University, he never believed he would be able to play with his younger brother Brendan.

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Baseball has been a way of life for the Alas’ since they were young. Their father, Tom, played college baseball and basketball at Manhattan College while their uncle played college baseball at Villanova.

Tom fostered a love for the game in his sons while coaching their teams as they grew up.

“If we weren’t playing baseball, we were watching baseball. We are a huge sports family overall so sports has just been everything for us,” Brendan said.

While traveling the country coaching hundreds of baseball games, Tom taught his sons the importance of hard work and dedication to the game.

“What he instilled in us was just that it doesn’t matter how good you are; you can control how much you work. He’s always been that motivator for us,” TJ said.

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Alas, Tom [MC????]

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Dear John,

                 I believe that Tom is a member of the Class of 1988.

                               Mike

McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

Alas, Tom [MC1988]

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