Alumni Class Notes, Oct. 2020

    October 7, 2020

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    James D. Moran ’66, Philadelphia, recently self-published a monograph, Franklin Delano Roosevelt and His Struggle with Polio, which appears at Moran looks forward to writing a longer work on the subject.

    Marion Munley ’83, Moosic, senior partner at Munley Law, has received the Marie Lambert Award from the American Association for Justice (AAJ) Women Trial Lawyers Caucus. The Marie Lambert Award is presented annually to one female lawyer in the United States in recognition of exemplary leadership to her profession, community, the AAJ and the Women Trial Lawyers Caucus. In addition to receiving this award, Munley has been elected by the members of AAJ’s Board of Governors to serve on the Association’s Executive Committee.

    Timothy P. McGurrin, Jr. ’12, G’13 Philadelphia, has joined the firm Blank Rome LLP as an associate in the firm’s Tax, Benefits and Private Climate Group in the Philadelphia office. McGurrin concentrates his practice on a wide range of tax matters, and he regularly provides multistate tax guidance, assists with the implementation of corporate restructuring and performs tax due diligence for mergers and acquisitions, including providing advice related to U.S. state income taxes, transfer taxes, and employment taxes. He also handles tax controversy matters as well as provides state tax advice related to federal tax reform and various other state tax assistance for corporate taxpayers and individual taxpayers.

    Elena M. Habersky ’13, Cairo, Egypt, is a recipient of the 2020 Moira Erin O’Donnell Emerging Leaders for Justice Award. The O’Donnell Award honors young adults who have received an undergraduate degree from a U.S. Jesuit university and have demonstrated significant social justice leadership in their communities. Habersky is project manager for the Refugee Entitlements in Egypt Project at the Center for Migration and Refugee Studies at American University in Cairo.

    Evan C. Karli ’20, Mechanicsburg, joined the firm Brown Schultz Sheridan and Fritz as an audit staff accountant.



    Martin “Frank” Lowry ’51,
    Camillus, New York
    Thomas J. Streznewski ’54,
    Robert F. Miller, M.D. ’55,
    Cumberland, Maryland
    Harold F. Gillern ’56,
    Robert T. Shields ’59, Binghamton, New York
    John F. Lane, Jr. ’60, G’68 Archbald
    Robert C. Mayer ’61, Loganville, Georgia
    Leonard B. Berkoski, Jr. ’62, Arnold, Maryland
    E. Robert Galligan G’66, New York, New York
    Bernard J. Trescavage ’66, Falls Church, Virginia
    John E. “Jack” Brennan ’68, Old Tappan, New Jersey
    Edward A. Stecco ’73,
    Charles “Chuck” D. McNally ’91, Glenside
    Lewis A. Sebia ’81, Plains



    A daughter, Claire Cynthia, to Bill and Liz Connolly Carton ’05, Ramsey, New Jersey
    A daughter, Reagan Raquel, to Joe and Rebecca Devlin Gallagher ’05, New York, New York
    A son, Archer Lawrence, to Jennifer and Lawrence Rubal ’05, Alexandria, Virginia

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