Alumni Class Notes, April 2020

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Alumni Class Notes, April 2020

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Charles B. Gibbons ’67, Pittsburgh, a member of the American College of Trial Lawyers, lectured on federal evidence at the Pacific Judicial Conference Trial Practice Training held in Saipan, Northern Mariana Islands, in January 2020.

Patricia Richards-Service, Ph.D. G’91, South Abington Township, instructor in the Communication Arts department at Marywood University, was notified by the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs and World Learning that she has been recommended by the Peer Review Panel for placement on the Fulbright Specialist Roster for a tenure of three years. As a candidate on the Fulbright Specialist Roster, Dr. Richards-Service is now eligible to be matched with projects designed by host institutions in more than 150 countries globally. The Fulbright Specialist Program is unique among programs in the Fulbright portfolio in that host institutions lead the project development process. This ensures that any outside expertise requested through the Fulbright Specialist Program meets a need that the institution has identified as a critical area for its growth and development.

James P. Walsh ’91, Clarks Green, was promoted to director of sales-east coast for United Gilsonite Laboratories, a paint specialty manufacturing company, located in Scranton.

Patrick Stokes ’01, Hillsborough, New Jersey, was elected president of the Central Jersey CPCU Society Chapter. The CPCU designation is widely considered the most distinguished designation offered in the insurance industry. Stokes works for Chubb developing advanced analytics solutions.

John R. Patro, OTD. ’07, G’08, West Long Branch, New Jersey, was named chair and associate professor of Occupational Therapy at Monmouth University. Dr. Patro is working to open an entry-level Occupational Therapy Doctoral (OTD) program at the University’s campus in West Long Branch, New Jersey. Patro is a Ph.D. candidate in Educational Studies from Lesley University and has earned OTD from Chatham University.


Eli Fleisher ’49, Kingston
Richard H. Capozzi ’57,
Hon. James M. Munley ’58,
Ronald Skiscim ’59,
Crestwood, Kentucky
David P. Chowanec ’64, Frederick, Maryland
John F. Rooney, Ed.D. ’64, Taylor
Albert J. Serino ’69, Pittston
Gerald A. Beurket ’70, Binghamton, New York
Jeremy P. Mulderig, Ph.D. ’72, Chicago, Illinois
Thomas C. Kenney ’83, Clarks Green


A daughter, Hannah Jena, to Rebecca and Philip Loscombe ’07, Wyoming  
A daughter, Isabella Angelina, to Patrick and Alexandra Mickler Auth ’08, Hoboken, New Jersey
A son, John Joseph, to John ’11 and Stephanie Reidlinger O’Connor ’11, Havertown


Thomas Grady ’07 to Aileen Cordaro
Friends' Deaths  
Helen Kost, twin sister of Frank G. Kost ’64
Joan Lonsdorf, widow of James Lonsdorf ’50

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