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Alumni Class Notes, December

December 5, 2017

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 Robert Munley, Sr. ’52, Dalton, was named to the 2017 Irish Legal 100. Irish Legal 100 is a compilation of some of the most accomplished and distinguished legal professionals of Irish descent in the United States.

Very Rev. Myron G. Zuder, Ph.D. ’58, Akron, Ohio, celebrated 50 years as pastor of St. Mary Dormition Church in Akron. The Orthodox priest also celebrated 55 years of ordination and 55 years of marriage to wife Dolores. Zuder’s son Gregory was ordained a sub-deacon on the same day.

Marion Munley ’83, 
Moosic, was named to the 2017 Irish Legal 100. Irish Legal 100 is a compilation of some of the most accomplished and distinguished legal professionals of Irish descent in the United States.

Robert T. Voelkner ’83, Wayne New Jersey, was promoted to vice president, sales and marketing, for LabVantage Solutions, a provider of laboratory informatics solutions and services.

John J. Luciani G’87, York, is officially registered as a professional engineer and professional land surveyor in the state of Delaware. Luciano is president of First Capital Engineering.

Daniel Munley ’90, Clarks Summit, was named to the 2017 Irish Legal 100. Irish Legal 100 is a compilation of some of the most accomplished and distinguished legal professionals of Irish descent in the United States.

Carl Thorsen ’90, Washington, D.C., has been named for the fifth consecutive year by The Hill Newspaper as one of Washington’s 25 “Top Lobbyists.”

Caroline Munley ’97, Dalton, was named to the 2017 Irish Legal 100. Irish Legal 100 is a compilation of some of the most accomplished and distinguished legal professionals of Irish descent in the United States.

Christine Palmeri Gonzalez ’99, Bel Air, Maryland, was recently promoted to assistant director of Nursing for Ambulatory Services at the Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland.

Brian Shahum ’00, Portland, Oregon, was mentioned in the Portland Business Journal for his work at his family’s company, Mercury Development. Mercury Development is a third generation full service commercial real estate company specializing in the development, leasing and property management of retail shopping centers.

Laura Bopp ’17, Wantagh, New York, spoke at the 20th Annual Ignatian Family Teach-In for Justice. Bopp spoke on LEAP (Literacy Education and Advocacy in Prison), which she participated in at the University. The LEAP program focuses on facilitating creative expression for female inmates through writing.

 

Deaths

Richard “Ace” Armstrong ’45, Scranton
Joseph A. Caputo ’56,
Dunmore
Paul Swantkowski ’56, Dupont
Frank J. Germain ’57, Dunmore
James J. Mowad, M.D. ’57, Danville
Robert F. Wren ’57, West Orange, New Jersey
Louis A. Adams ’59, Dupont
Marianne R. Baloga G’62, Wilkes-Barre
Brendan V. Callanan ’66, Belmont, Massachusetts  
John J. Dwyer ’72, G’75,
Dalton
Joseph Ambrogi ’73, Ardmore
J. Kevin Judge ’73, Lansdale
Joseph Milewski ’75, Eynon
Joan M. Chichura ’81, Tulsa, Oklahoma
Glennon R. Griffin ’88, Westborough, Massachusetts
Daniel A. Zellers ’93, Scranton
Christy Farley ’95, Wood-Ridge, New Jersey
Kate E. Stack ’04, Suffern, New York
Anne M. Kearney ’00, Scranton

 


Friends Deaths

Joanne Mikulski, mother of Joanne Mikulski Brush ’82
Helen Skoritowski, mother of Joseph D. Skoritowski ’81
Pauline Solomon, mother of Albert Solomon, Ph.D. ’62

 

Births    

A son, James Matthew, to Jenna and Matthew DeNinno ’00, Massapequa Park, New York

Marriages

Michael McLane ’10
to Leena Watson ’12
Nicole Mollusky ’11
to Peter Ferrante, DPM ’11

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