Tag Archives: MC1993

MOBIT: NYPD Detective Anthony DiCarlo, a father of one Jasper and married to another


RE: Maria (Lamicella) DiCarlo ’93, Maria Alexa DiCarlo ’21

NYPD Detective Anthony DiCarlo was a cherished husband, father, son, brother and friend to countless people. He was a hero to all who knew and loved him. Anthony passed away suddenly at age 51 on February 22, 2019. He will always be remembered for his infinite love for his wife Maria (Manhattan College ’93), the life lessons he taught his daughters, his selfless generosity to all he met, his silly jokes, his commitment to his NYPD family, and the strong friendships he created across the world. He was first and foremost a family man. He will be deeply missed forever. Anthony is survived by his incredible wife, Maria and their beautiful daughters Maria ’21, Daniella and Ariana. Anthony is also survived by his loving father, Anthony, his two brothers, Jason and Marc, sister-in-law Nicole and countless devastated family members. Anthony was predeceased by beloved mother, Carol. Maria is a sophomore at Manhattan College, Daniella will be attending University of Georgia in August and Ariana is headed to high school this fall.


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[JR: Did a quick search.]



DALTON F H Obituary

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Anthony was born on May 4, 1967 and passed away on Friday, February 22, 2019.

Anthony was a resident of New York at the time of passing.

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Brotherhood for the Fallen – NYC
February 24 ·

NYPD Detective Anthony Di Carlo was a cop’s cop. He died of a heart attack recently, leaving behind a beautiful family. Throughout the course of his career, he took care of anyone who needed a hand. Please consider returning the favor. The below GoFundMe was set up by a fellow detective and member of Brotherhood for the Fallen to help Anthony’s family. Please give whatever you can.


[JR: No longer accepting donations.]

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DiCarlo, Maria Lamicella [MC1993]

DiCarlo, Maria Alexa  [MC2021]

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JFOUND: McDade, Mary Beth [MC1993] Emcee of the Children Brass Rings Awards


2019 06Jun 06 Mary Beth McDade

It was such an honor to emcee.. the 40th anniversary of the United Friends of the Children Brass Rings Awards dinner! The founder was the late Nancy Daly.. her three children.. who are carrying on her legacy of helping foster children succeed in life.. bobby.. brian.. and Linda were honored. @unitedfriendsla @beverlyhilton @beverlyhills

[JR: Event was 2019-May-28. Wish we had an Instagram reporter; any volunteers?]

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JFACEBOOK: Steinberg, Robert “Bob Stei” (MC1993) shares a chapter



I am near the end of the rough draft! The support has been great! Please stop by my page if you can- and here is one of the happier chapters to give feedback on!

Sports was always an escape for me. I grew up a Philadelphia sports fan and saw few championships. I also attended a lot of Baltimore Orioles’ games. Like music and writing, I could leave myself for a few hours and enjoy all the action and strategy of sports. I attended most home Manhattan College basketball games and even a few road games. After an impressive season in March 1992, the Jaspers were headed to nearby Rutgers in Northern New Jersey in the first round of the NIT tournament. The school offered tickets and a bus ride for people interested. I jumped right on it.

The bus ride off to New Jersey was loud and full of energy! Larry was in full force, leading all the cheers and festivities. I swear I thought he was going to have a heart attack the way he was screaming and carrying on. We were all getting pumped up for the tournament, and getting ready to enter enemy territory.

All of us were seated together on bleachers on the left side of the arena. The Rutgers fans were very calm and collective, while we were as vocal as can be. The game was pretty close with Rutgers maintaining a lead most of the game.

Rutgers controlled most of the second half, leading the Jaspers by eight points with just four minutes left to play. Manhattan started to come back and had the ball trailing by a point with the clock running out. One of my classmates threw a layup right before the double zeros hit.It was like watching a movie as the ball circled around the rim a few times, before finding a home in the net! A true sports miracle!

After it happened, the home fans froze and were dead quiet in shock. On the other hand,we caused quite a ruckus! We were all hugging each other and screaming. Then, we all somehow got on the court! We were pointing the finger at the shocked people left in the stands chanting, “We are MC!”

The bus ride back to campus was a party! We all headed to The Terminal to watch the highlights on the evening news. We all toasted each other and chanted the whole night! In my many years watching sports, I never saw a miracle happen up and close like that in person.


Steinberg, Robert “Bob Stei” (MC1993)

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JFACEBOOK: Steinberg, Robert “Bob Stei” (MC1993) announce a new project


Bob Stei
April 13 at 3:31 PM ·
*** So, time to let you all know the project I’ve been working on and am truly excited about! Since 1993, I wanted to do something about my stories from my time at Manhattan College. I’m aware that everybody has stories, but those who were there know that my adventures were far from normal! So, as I continue to get advice from authors and speak to publishers, look for news on an upcoming collection of stories that will not only interest you, but will hit every emotion possible!

Take a trip back to 1990 and join the stories of a naïve, innocent, Morrissey obsessed, outspoken, stubborn, liberal, Jewish Baltimore native who seeks adventure, romance and fame at a very Irish Catholic college in New York! If being different wasn’t hard enough, a few very controversial articles in the school paper and a “take no prisoners” college radio show give him more than enough excitement, adventure and heartache than he could imagine!

You’ll be in the middle of his roommate and dorm issues, battles with campus groups, love gone wrong and much more. Expect to laugh, cry, gasp, smile and want more!

A few answers to questions people have asked:

1- Do you have a title?

The pending title is “Manhattan Bronx; Riverdale.”

2- Are the stories real or made up?

These are actual real events based “loosely” on my time there. Some details have been altered.

3- What if I’m involved in a story and don’t want to be in the book?

Outside famous people, I have changed every name completely except mine. Any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, or actual events is purely coincidental.

4- What made you decide to publish your story?

I feel like I’ve become the “keeper of the stories” for a lot of people. This was an amazing, crazy time. Looking back is fascinating.

5- What is the timeline?

1990-1993. The birth of grunge!

6- I have a great story or memory you should include- can I remind you?

Sure, d/m me or email me at manhattanbronxriverdale@gmail.com

7- Is there a website or social media page?

Manhattan Bronx Riverdale is active on Face book. I will most likely do the same for Twitter soon.

8- Will the stories be sad, happy, funny or painful?


I’m nearing the end of a first rough draft and excited to where this is going! Please reach out with any questions, and if you know a publisher who wants to grab this before somebody else does, reach out!! Spread the word, go on the pages- and wait for news!

Back to work- Love you all!

Bob Stei***

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Steinberg, Robert “Bob Stei” (MC1993)

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JFOUND: Steinberg, Robert “Bob Stei” (MC1993) @ Media Staffing Network



2019 02Feb 12 Bob Stei

Multi-tasker/Account Manager/Recruiter

Born in Philadelphia and raised outside Baltimore, Bob Stei has been a radio junkie since following the Phillies game on an AM signal in his Baltimore home as a kid. Years later, he would attend Manhattan College, run the campus radio station and intern at the late WNEW-FM New York, where he would be coined the nickname “Wacky Bob.”

Following graduation, Bob returned to Baltimore and started in the data/research department at WIYY(98 Rock), gradually moving up to Studio Producer and Research Director. Four years later, he took a chance and a job in the Promotions department at Greater Media-Philadelphia(WMMR, WMGK, WPEN, WXXM, WEJM and WMWX). It would be exactly ten years after graduation, that he would launch his on-air career, which include stops at WBAB Long Island, WZZO Allentown, PA, WRFF(Radio 104.5) Philadelphia, WAFL-FM(Eagle 97.7) Dover, DE, WIJK(The Ryde) Ocean City, MD WAVT(T102) Pottsville, PA, WCZT(98.7 The Coast) and WJSE(106.3 The Shore) in Cape May, NJ, and has served the last six years at WCHR-FM(105.7 The Hawk) New Jersey Shore and WMGK Philadelphia. Stei has also been a writer for FMQB and All Access trade magazines.

In 2003, Stei fell into the world of recruiting, and opened his own boutique company “Stei Recruitment” in 2011. Since then, he has done searches for various industries and companies throughout the world.

Bob still resides outside Philadelphia with his wife Melissa, and their two daughters Kimberly and Charlotte and their son Salinger. Bob loves Philadelphia sports, traveling, classic game shows and is known to be an Anglophile and a super fan of British rock star Morrissey, which is also Salinger’s middle name!

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Steinberg, Robert “Bob Stei” (MC1993)

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JLINKEDIN: Grindstaff, Charles [MC1993] Financial Center Lending Officer @ BOA



Grindstaff, Charles [MC????]
Financial Center Lending Officer at Bank of America NMLS #1125220
New York, New York

The postings on this site are my own and do not necessarily represent Bank of America’s positions,strategies, or opinions.

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Dear John,

I believe that Charles is a member of the Class of 1993.


McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

Grindstaff, Charles [MC1993]

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JLINKEDIN: Gorman, Edward [MC1993] VP @ ING



Gorman, Edward [MC1993]
Vice President at ING
Greater New York City Area

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