Tag Archives: MC2000

JFOUND: Zuniga, Cesar [MC2000] Attorney in private practice

2017-Aug-04

http://www.zunigarinaldi.com/attorneys.html

Cesar Zuniga, Esq.

Cesar is licensed to practice law in the State of New York, the State of New Jersey and United States District Court (Southern District of New York and Eastern District of New York). Cesar received his bachelor’s degree from Manhattan College in 2000 graduating magna cum laude. He attended Pace University School of Law in White Plains where he graduated in 2003 with honors. During law school, Cesar interned for a Federal District Court Judge in the Southern District of New York.

After graduating from law school, Mr. Zuniga practiced law at several insurance defense firms and general practice firms where he prepared and argued motions, conducted examinations under oath, conducted depositions, attended arbitrations, attended mediations, and conducted trials. He has represented clients in Civil Court, Landlord Tenant Court, Small Claims Court, Supreme Court, Family Court, Federal Bankruptcy Court and Federal District Court.

Cesar handles the following matters: Accidents, Automobile Accidents, Body Waxing Accidents, Constructions Accidents, Personal Injury Accidents, Slip and Fall Accidents, Trip and Fall Accidents, Wrongful Death Matters, Credit Card Debt Defense, Real Estate Closings and More.

Cesar is a member of the New York State Bar Association, the Hispanic National Bar Association and Nassau County Bar Association.

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Zuniga, Cesar [MC2000]

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JNEWS: Luaces, Adam [MC2000] GM Kingsbury National Golf

2017-Apr-19

http://poststar.com/news/local/upgraded-kingsbury-national-golf-club-tees-off-for-season/article_d1d623ff-beac-5a0e-b939-f9c8f177c43e.html

Upgraded Kingsbury National Golf Club tees off for season
BILL TOSCANO btoscano@poststar.com 17 hrs ago 1

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KINGSBURY — There is a lot more than a new name at Kingsbury National Golf Club.

Deric Buck, who already runs Bay Meadows Golf Club in Queensbury, purchased the former Kingswood Golf Course last year and immediately set to work, taking down trees, cleaning the high growth around the eight ponds and putting new sand in 12 bunkers.

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Adam Luaces, a native of Glens Falls and a graduate of Manhattan College, is the general manager. 

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Luaces, Adam [MC????]

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Dear John,

                I believe that Adam is a member of the Class of 2000.

                                   Mike

McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

Luaces, Adam [MC2000]

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JUPDATE: Edwards, Lisa [MC2000] id-ed by McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

2017-Feb-26

JNEWS: Edwards, Lisa [MC2000] “as as I’ve gotten older.”

2017-Feb-25

http://amsterdamnews.com/news/2017/feb/23/colgate-womens-games-conclude-after-weeks-prelimin/

Colgate Women’s Games conclude after weeks of preliminaries
Vincent Davis | 2/23/2017, 12:06 p.m.

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There’s a beauty to track and field that’s not experienced in other sports. Their loyalty and dedication is simply to running, to their team and, without malice, to their sneaker company. Of course, politics seems to play a part in all we do, but once the race begins, that gun sounds, runners run. Their success is determined by speed—their speed, their times, the records that an athlete is able to set.

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There are many interesting stories, from Lauren Princz, 14 years old from Fernwood Avenue Middle School, Egg Harbor Township, N.J., who won her first professional meet, 55 meters, and one of Colgate’s most prestigious awards, Most Promising Newcomer, to Lisa Edwards from the Bronx, who’s been competing for 33 years, finishing first in the 200 meters.

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Edwards, a Manhattan College graduate who works for the Board of Education, just returned from competing in Australia. She’s participated in Colgate for more than 25 years. She works out two to three hours daily.

“It’s hard work,” she stated, but she is inspired by watching the younger athletes participate. “Looking at their times pushes me,” she said.

Edwards also runs to stay in shape and to have fun. “Running is a great exercise for women,” she said. “It allows me to eat what I want, and not put on weight, because I’m always working out, though my metabolism has slowed down as I’ve gotten older.”

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Dear John,

             I believe that Lisa is a member of the Class of 2000.

                             Mike

McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

Edwards, Lisa [MC2000]

# – # – # – # – #  2017-Feb-26 @ 15:58  

JNEWS: Edwards, Lisa [MC2000] “as as I’ve gotten older.”

2017-Feb-25

http://amsterdamnews.com/news/2017/feb/23/colgate-womens-games-conclude-after-weeks-prelimin/

Colgate Women’s Games conclude after weeks of preliminaries
Vincent Davis | 2/23/2017, 12:06 p.m.

*** begin quote ***

There’s a beauty to track and field that’s not experienced in other sports. Their loyalty and dedication is simply to running, to their team and, without malice, to their sneaker company. Of course, politics seems to play a part in all we do, but once the race begins, that gun sounds, runners run. Their success is determined by speed—their speed, their times, the records that an athlete is able to set.

*** and ***

There are many interesting stories, from Lauren Princz, 14 years old from Fernwood Avenue Middle School, Egg Harbor Township, N.J., who won her first professional meet, 55 meters, and one of Colgate’s most prestigious awards, Most Promising Newcomer, to Lisa Edwards from the Bronx, who’s been competing for 33 years, finishing first in the 200 meters.

*** and ***

Edwards, a Manhattan College graduate who works for the Board of Education, just returned from competing in Australia. She’s participated in Colgate for more than 25 years. She works out two to three hours daily.

“It’s hard work,” she stated, but she is inspired by watching the younger athletes participate. “Looking at their times pushes me,” she said.

Edwards also runs to stay in shape and to have fun. “Running is a great exercise for women,” she said. “It allows me to eat what I want, and not put on weight, because I’m always working out, though my metabolism has slowed down as I’ve gotten older.”

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Edwards, Lisa [MC????]

# – # – # – # – #  2017-Feb-25 @ 13:09  

Dear John,

             I believe that Lisa is a member of the Class of 2000.

                             Mike

McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

Edwards, Lisa [MC2000]

# – # – # – # – #  2017-Feb-26 @ 15:58  

JUPDATE: Miranda, Michelle [MC2000] id-ed by McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

2016-Sep-25

JNEWS: Miranda, Michelle [MC2000] Assoc Prof at Farmingdale SC

2016-Sep-23

Farmingdale State College Hosts Oct. 4 Lecture on Forensic Analysis of Tattoos in Helping Solve Crimes

Farmingdale State College Hosts Oct. 4 Lecture on Forensic Analysis of Tattoos in Helping Solve Crimes

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Dear John,

              I believe that Miranda is a member of the Class of 2000.

                               Mike

McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

Miranda, Michelle [MC2000]

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JNEWS: Miranda, Michelle [MC2000] Assoc Prof at Farmingdale SC

2016-Sep-23

https://www.longislandexchange.com/press-releases/farmingdale-state-college-hosts-oct-4-lecture-on-forensic-analysis-of-tattoos-in-helping-solve-crimes/

Farmingdale State College Hosts Oct. 4 Lecture on Forensic Analysis of Tattoos in Helping Solve Crimes

Lecture is first in a series featuring professionals in law enforcement, security, and criminal justice

(Long Island, NY) How forensic experts analyze tattoos and tattoo inks in helping solve crimes and identifying individuals – living and dead – will be the subject of a lecture at Farmingdale State College Tuesday, October 4.

The talk – 11 a.m. – noon in Lupton Hall Room T101 – is being given by Dr. Michelle Miranda, associate professor in the college’s Department of Security Systems & Law Enforcement Technology, and a forensics consultant.

michelle-miranda-associate-professor-farmingdale-state-college
Michelle Miranda, Associate Professor at Farmingdale State College. Photo Credit: Farmingdale State College.

Dr. Miranda is a graduate of Manhattan College, where she majored in biology with the intention of going to medical school.  That changed when a molecular biology course exposed her to forensic science and DNA analysis.  Later, she attended a lecture by an official from New York City’s chief medical examiner’s office, and from that came an internship at the medical examiner’s office. After completing her MS in Forensic Science at City University of New York, she spent five years with the NYPD forensic investigations unit, and from there worked as a medical photographer for the Suffolk County medical examiner’s office and a death investigator for the medical examiner in Rockland County.

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Miranda, Michelle [MC????]

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Dear John,

              I believe that Miranda is a member of the Class of 2000.

                               Mike

McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

Miranda, Michelle [MC2000]

# – # – # – # – #  2016-Sep-25 @ 15:33  

 

JNEWS: Miranda, Michelle [MC2000] Assoc Prof at Farmingdale SC

2016-Sep-23

https://www.longislandexchange.com/press-releases/farmingdale-state-college-hosts-oct-4-lecture-on-forensic-analysis-of-tattoos-in-helping-solve-crimes/

Farmingdale State College Hosts Oct. 4 Lecture on Forensic Analysis of Tattoos in Helping Solve Crimes

Lecture is first in a series featuring professionals in law enforcement, security, and criminal justice

(Long Island, NY) How forensic experts analyze tattoos and tattoo inks in helping solve crimes and identifying individuals – living and dead – will be the subject of a lecture at Farmingdale State College Tuesday, October 4.

The talk – 11 a.m. – noon in Lupton Hall Room T101 – is being given by Dr. Michelle Miranda, associate professor in the college’s Department of Security Systems & Law Enforcement Technology, and a forensics consultant.

michelle-miranda-associate-professor-farmingdale-state-college
Michelle Miranda, Associate Professor at Farmingdale State College. Photo Credit: Farmingdale State College.

Dr. Miranda is a graduate of Manhattan College, where she majored in biology with the intention of going to medical school.  That changed when a molecular biology course exposed her to forensic science and DNA analysis.  Later, she attended a lecture by an official from New York City’s chief medical examiner’s office, and from that came an internship at the medical examiner’s office. After completing her MS in Forensic Science at City University of New York, she spent five years with the NYPD forensic investigations unit, and from there worked as a medical photographer for the Suffolk County medical examiner’s office and a death investigator for the medical examiner in Rockland County.

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Miranda, Michelle [MC????]

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Dear John,

              I believe that Miranda is a member of the Class of 2000.

                               Mike

McEneney, Mike (MC1953)

[JR: Thanks, Mike. Much appreciated.]

Miranda, Michelle [MC2000]

# – # – # – # – #  2016-Sep-25 @ 15:33  

 

JFACEBOOK: Callender, Gina (MC2000) at New York Renaissance Faire

2016-Aug-28

FROM FACEBOOK

Gina Ting Callender shared New York Live’s video.
7 hrs · Come see me at the Faire…running now through Oct 2!

August 25 at 3:01pm · Step back in time with a visit to the New York Renaissance Faire! Ashley Bellman finds out all the new things they have to offer this season and gets an inside look at some of the exciting activities! #NYRF #GSTQ #WhereFantasyRules #SPON WATCH:

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Callender, Gina (MC2000) 

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