Alumni Class Notes, Feb. 2021

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Alumni Class Notes, Feb. 2021

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Gene Gibbons ’64, Alexandria, Virginia, wrote a memoir “Breaking News: A Life in Journalism.” Gibbons covered six U.S. presidents as a White House correspondent for Reuters, and this memoir offers an inside look at modern American history and portraits of presidents, a queen and a pope. The book is available on Amazon and Barnes & Noble.

Sean Keeler, M.D. ’98, Las Vegas, Nevada, and his wife Mary celebrated their 10th  wedding anniversary in Paris, France.  The couple resides in Las Vegas, NV where Sean is a perinatologist and partner at Desert Perinatal Associates for nearly 6 years.

James G. Demetriades, Jr. ’00, Nesquehoning, was named CEO  of Penn Medicine Princeton Health.

John J. Robertson ’04, New York, New York, was promoted to vice president of Distribution by Hearst Television. Robertson will oversee the company’s relationships with OTT distributors and its next-gen tv applications.



A son, Maxwell Dominic, to Amanda and Jeffrey Manganaro ’02, Ridgewood, NJ.

A son, Sam, to Marlana Morell G’08 and her wife Heather, Raleigh, North Carolina




Ashley Fisher '09 to Greg Speca '12, DPT ’15



Francis M. Lukash ’44, Exeter
Ted M. Stampien, D.D.S. ’52,
Clarks Summit
Robert M. Bessoir ’55,
Clarks Summit
Joseph A. Reakes ’64, G’70
William M. Gallis ’67,
Jefferson Township
Anthony J. Bednarczyk ’74,
Mark A. Graziadio ’77,
White Mills
Susan K. Cirba ’78,
Jennifer Holdren Mease ’93,
Nicole M. Suchter ’03,


Friends' Deaths

Patricia Ahern, mother of Brian Loftus, D.M.D. ’92
Molly Gilmartin, sister of Jerome Gilmartin ’59

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