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Sunday 21 October 2007

This issue is at: http://www.jasperjottings.com/2007/jasperjottings20071021.htm

CONTENTS

2 Messages from Headquarters (i.e., MC Press Releases)
1 Good_News
5 Obits
1 Jaspers_in_the_News
2 Manhattan_in_the_News
4 Email From Jaspers
4 Jaspers found web-wise
0 MC mentioned web-wise
0 New Jasper Bloggers

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PARTICIPANTS BY CLASS

Class Name Locator
???? Cahill, Vince JUpdates
???? Cannarozzi, Michael JUpdates
???? Garcia, Felipe E. JGood1
1938 Burns, Lou JObit2
1947 Beaney, Joseph P. “Joe” JObit1
1953 McEneney, Mike JEmail02
1954 Galasso, George J. Headquarters3
1956 Maliszewski, Raymond Michael JObit5
1961 Kennedy, John R. “Jack” JObit3
1963 Callaghan, John C. JUpdates
1968 Kaufmann, Rich JEmail02
1974 Farrelly, James J. JNews1
1974 O’Connor, John E. Jr. JUpdates
1975 Delaney, Gerard M. JEmail03
1978 Stedfelt, Steven JObit4
1979 Martin, Steven JFound2
1989 Ferraro, Joseph A. JUpdates
1992 DiAlto-Schmidt, Jennifer L. JUpdates
1996 Chung, Sheryl JEmail04
1996 Pinzon, Roland JFound1
2005 Lee, Max JFound4
2006 Hallenback, Cheryl JFound3

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PARTICIPANTS BY NAME

Class Name Locator
1947 Beaney, Joseph P. “Joe” JObit1
1938 Burns, Lou JObit2
???? Cahill, Vince JUpdates
1963 Callaghan, John C. JUpdates
???? Cannarozzi, Michael JUpdates
1996 Chung, Sheryl JEmail04
1975 Delaney, Gerard M. JEmail03
1992 DiAlto-Schmidt, Jennifer L. JUpdates
1974 Farrelly, James J. JNews1
1989 Ferraro, Joseph A. JUpdates
1954 Galasso, George J. Headquarters3
???? Garcia, Felipe E. JGood1
2006 Hallenback, Cheryl JFound3
1968 Kaufmann, Rich JEmail02
1961 Kennedy, John R. “Jack” JObit3
2005 Lee, Max JFound4
1956 Maliszewski, Raymond Michael JObit5
1979 Martin, Steven JFound2
1953 McEneney, Mike JEmail02
1974 O’Connor, John E. Jr. JUpdates
1996 Pinzon, Roland JFound1
1978 Stedfelt, Steven JObit4

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Send email to http://tinyurl.com/yh34ut (gives you an email address),
fax 781-723-3746, or call 732-917-4816 (It’s the phone on my computer)
anytime.

All communications are ASSUMED to be for inclusion, UNLESS otherwise
indicated.

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Weekly Stats
754 Jaspers are active on the Distribute Yahoo site. (Serve any purpose?)

The site had 1,343 unique visits last week.

26 in LinkedInJaspers (http://tinyurl.com/yp6x2q).
(LinkedIn has begun making noise about trademark infringement!)

The daily site had 368 views last week.

mcALUMdb is STILL off the air.

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FLASH! Important info received after the deadline
{NOTHING}

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Events

{NOTHING}

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My list of Jaspers who are in harm’s way:
– Afghanistan
– – Feldman, Aaron (1997)
– Iraq
– – Angel Estrella (2002)
– Korea
— Stephanie (????)
– Unknown location
– – Lynch, Chris (1991)
– Uzbekistan
– – Brock (nee Klein-Smith), Lt Col Ruth (1979)
… … my thoughts are with you, and
… … with all of you that I don’t know about.
Dona Nobis Pacem

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK:
“Never tell people how to do things. Tell them what to do and they
will surprise you with their ingenuity.”

– General George Patton

EXHORTATION
Found by Jasper John C. Fay ’86

http://www.emigrant.ie/article.asp?iCategoryID=108&iArticleID=69311

Landing in The Fields of Athenry
by Gary Hetzler (garyhetzler in care of eircom.net)

*** begin quote ***

While the American officers were having a leisurely dinner in Athenry,
the Irish government was busy making far-reaching decisions. They
would allow these men to be repatriated and arrangements were already
being made to escort them to Northern Ireland (Cluntoe). The rationale
was that the plane, although a ‘Fortress’, had been altered to make it
purely a self-defensive weapon. The German consulate, once they heard
who was on board, raised holy hell. That didn’t affect this particular
decision, but other American planes and their crews would receive a
different Irish response for a while.

But this time, the Irish-American connection was celebrated and posed
pictures taken in front of Athenry’s Railway Hotel. And that’s what I
think about most every time, as I stand and wait for the Galway to
Dublin train, here amidst the fields of Athenry.

*** end quote ***

For some reason this story just tugs at the heartstrings.

One never knows what little bit of fascinating history is before our
eyes if we only had a little bit of awareness.

I know my fellow alums are much more aware than I, but I’ll try a
little harder this week to be “perceptive”. Un injineers do much
better at “measuring”!

Reflect well on our alma mater, this week, every week, in any and
every way possible, large or small. God bless.

“Collector-in-chief” John reinke—AT—jasperjottings.com

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AND NOW THE “NEWS” if there is any

HEADQUARTER’S MESSAGES

Headquarters1
JASPER HEADQUARTERS: Manhattan College To Host Discussion By Ethicist
And Philosopher Peter Singer

http://www.manhattan.edu/news/news_releases/101107_1.shtml

October 11, 2007
Contact: Scott Silversten
Phone: (718) 862-7232
E-mail: Public Relations

Manhattan College To Host Discussion By Ethicist And Philosopher Peter
Singer

RIVERDALE, N.Y. – Peter Singer, a world-renowned ethicist and
philosopher, will discuss his recent book The Ethics of What We Eat:
Why Our Food Choices Matter at Manhattan College in Smith Auditorium
on Oct. 19, 2007 at 4:00 p.m. The event is sponsored by the school of
arts, the English department and the honors enrichment program. It is
free and open to the public.

Singer currently serves as the Ira W. DeCamp Professor of Bioethics in
the University Center for Human Values at Princeton University. During
the past three years, he also has held a part-time position of
laureate professor at Australia’s University of Melbourne Centre for
Applied Philosophy and Public Ethics.

A native of Melbourne, Singer studied at the University of Melbourne
and the University of Oxford. He also has taught at Oxford, La Trobe
University and Monash University, as well as held several other
visiting appointments.

Singer was the founding president of the International Association of
Bioethics and co-founded the journal Bioethics with Helga Kuhse. He
also is the co-founder and president of The Great Ape Project, an
international effort to obtain basic rights for chimpanzees, gorillas
and orangutans.

Singer’s works have appeared in more than 20 languages. He is the
author of several books and a major article on ethics in the current
edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica. Two collections of his
writings have been published: Writings on an Ethical Life, which he
edited, and Unsanctifying Human Life, edited by Kuhse.

For more information about this event, please contact Daniel Collins,
associate professor of English, at (718) 862-7498 or daniel.collins in
care of manhattan.edu.

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{JR: Pete Singer; not singer Pete Seeger! ;-) }

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Headquarters2
JASPER HEADQUARTERS: Manhattan College Names Ellen Kiernan As Director
Of Alumni Relations

October 16, 2007
Contact: Scott Silversten
Phone: (718) 862-7232
E-mail: Public Relations

Manhattan College Names Ellen Kiernan As Director Of Alumni Relations

RIVERDALE, N.Y. – Manhattan College has named Ellen Kiernan as its new
director of alumni relations, effective Oct. 9, 2007.

Kiernan joins Manhattan College from John Jay College of Criminal
Justice, where she served as director of alumni relations. She has
spent her entire professional career in higher education
administration, including positions at New York University (NYU), SUNY
Stony Brook, Long Island University and Adelphi University.

“Manhattan College is a remarkable institution with a great story to
tell,” Kiernan says. “I look forward to discovering its rich history
through the dedicated alumni, faculty and students who have made
Manhattan their alma mater.”

While at John Jay College, Kiernan engaged a community of 26,000
alumni through segmented outreach and communication initiatives, and
organized regional chapters to link nationwide alumni. She also
identified and cultivated affinity groups for initiating designated
scholarships and created John Jay’s first endowed Alumni Association
Scholarship.

In her role as alumni outreach coordinator for NYU’s College of Arts
and Science, Kiernan served as the primary contact for a constituency
of more than 140,000 alumni.

Kiernan is the first woman to hold the position of alumni director at
Manhattan College, which became a coeducational institution in 1974.

A resident of New Canaan, Conn., Kiernan is a member of the Council
for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) and an active
volunteer for United Way/NYU Community Fund, Habitat for Humanity, New
Canaan Food Bank, and the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure.

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Headquarters3
http://www.manhattan.edu/news/news_releases/101707_1.shtml

October 17, 2007
Contact: Scott Silversten
Phone: (718) 862-7232
E-mail: Public Relations

Top Manhattan College Students Inducted Into Prestigious Epsilon Sigma
Pi Honor Society

RIVERDALE, N.Y. – Manhattan College recently inducted its top students
into Epsilon Sigma Pi, the oldest college-wide honor society.
Students, mainly seniors, were recognized for their academic
achievement during the College’s annual Fall Honors Convocation, held
on Sunday, Oct. 14 in the Chapel of De La Salle and His Brothers.

Membership in Epsilon Sigma Pi is considered the highest scholastic
honor that can be earned by a Manhattan College student. Only students
who have earned a 3.5 average (on a 4.0 scale) for six consecutive
semesters with no academic failures are inducted into Epsilon Sigma
Pi. Students who have achieved this status typically are inducted in
the beginning of their senior year.

During the ceremony, an honorary Doctor of Science was awarded to
alumnus George J. Galasso `54, former associate director of the
National Institutes of Health (NIH) and former executive director of
the Foundation for NIH Research.

In his acceptance speech, Galasso challenged the students to seek out
risk and embrace the opportunities they are given during their careers.

“You may make some mistakes, but learn from them and go on. Find out
what you really enjoy doing and pursue it to the fullest,” he said.
“Whatever you do, wherever you go, have confidence in yourselves, work
energetically to make a positive personal impact to help improve the
human condition, and in so doing reap the ultimate satisfaction.”

Galasso became associate professor of microbiology in 1964 at the
University of Virginia Medical School, where he conducted research and
taught virology. Four years later, he was accepted into the grants
associates program of the NIH, a highly selective training program for
health science administrators, and began his career as an
administrator of scientific programs.

In 1969, Galasso was asked to initiate an antiviral research program
for the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. He also
was a leader in the interferon clinical trials and showed the efficacy
of interferon in hepatitis, which led to its use against cancer.
Appointed chief of the infectious diseases branch in 1973 with
responsibility for development of vaccines and antivirals to combat
all infectious diseases, Galasso later served as associate director
for extramural programs of the NIH. He is the author of nearly 100
scientific articles and reviews.

Founded in 1853, Manhattan College is an independent, Catholic,
coeducational institution of higher learning offering more than 40
major programs of undergraduate study in the areas of arts, business,
education, engineering and science, along with graduate programs in
education and engineering. For more information about Manhattan
College, visit http://www.manhattan.edu.

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MANHATTAN COLLEGE STUDENTS INDUCTED INTO EPSILON SIGMA PI
FALL HONORS CONVOCATION 2007
FIRST NAME LAST NAME HOMETOWN SCHOOL

Jaclyn Aliano Washington Township, NJ Business
Tonimarie Amato Commack, NY Education
Vladimir Ampov Brooklyn, NY Arts
Brendan Atwood Waterbury, CT Arts
Toni Marie Balingit Washington Township, NJ Business
Robert Barrows Danvers, MA Arts
Nicola Benedetto New Hype Park, NY Business
Samuel Berlin Ramsey, NJ Arts
Lisa Bernier Worcester, MA Arts
Brian Bolz Poughkeepsie, NY Engineering
Alison Bomba Wakefield, MA Arts
Laura Boyle Oakland, NJ Education
Mark Brandolin Yorktown, NY Engineering
Christina Bruno Franklin Square, NY Business
Scott Burton La Jolla, CA Arts
Eliora Camilleri Rocky Hill, CT Engineering
Joseph Camilleri Rockville Centre, NY Engineering
Lauren Canton Queens, NY Engineering
Frank Caramanica Seaford, NY Business
Daniel Carr East Greenbush, NY Business
Kaitlin Christmann Central Valley, NY Engineering
Jaclyn Churilla Smithtown, NY Business
Laura Cohen Deep River, CT Education
Amy Colantuono Irvington, NY Education
Diana Conte Franklin Square, NY Arts
Nicole Conti Hopewell Junction, NY Arts
Gabriela Costas De Los Rios Bolivia Business
Janette Costello Syosset, NY Business
Anne Cotellessa Uniondale, NY Business
Ryan Coulter New City, NY Engineering
Michael Coyne Bergen, NJ Engineering
Joseph Cuccurullo New York, NY Business
Kathleen D’Agostino East Northport, NY Education
Patrick D’Ambrosio New Rochelle, NY Engineering
Jennifer DeFalco Nanuet, NY Education
Stephanie Deluca Poughkeepsie, NY Arts
Katherine Denherder Pompton Lakes, NJ Engineering
Lauren Desanctis New Rochelle, NY Engineering
Abdou Diop Dakar, Senegal Engineering
Kevin Dooley Latham, NY Engineering
Andrew Dunn Dover, NH Science
Christopher Eckert Clifton Park, NY Arts
Hala Fanek Dobbs Ferry, NY Engineering
John Farrell Kings Park, NY Business
Melanie Fedirka Lombard, IL Education
Michael Ferro Wyndmoor, PA Arts
Michele Gabriel Manhasset, NY Business
Leah Gambolati Colchester, CT Arts
Marcella Gerbino Queens, NY Engineering
Christine Gianino Bridgewater, NJ Arts
Michael Giordano West Nyack, NY Engineering
Shawn Gorinson Ossining, NY Business
Nicole Grabell Milford, CT Arts
Estelle Grech Fresh Meadows, NY Business
Yovanny Guzman New York, NY Business
Rachele Harkins Norton, MA Business
Elizabeth Harris Fresh Meadows, NY Arts
Kellianne Hartman Cayahoga Falls, OH Engineering
Heather Herrmann Islip, NY Education
Patricia Hickey Rye, NY Engineering
Christian Hoolan Armonk, NY Engineering
Courtney Hughes Lynwood, WA Business
Charles Ikemefuna Ikeja, Lagas Engineering
Sammy Jariri New York, NY Business
Erin Jay South Windsor, CT Business
Michael Johnsen Metuchen, NJ Business
Kellyn Kearney North Attleboro, MA Science
Salima Khan Bronx, NY Education
Brendan King Staten Island, NY Arts
Christine King Suffern, NY Engineering
Danielle Koch Hempstead, NY Engineering
Lisa Kuchinski Red Bank, NJ Education
Marianne Lafortezza Huntington Station, NY Business
Michelle LaTouche Washingtonville, NY Education
Timothy Lavino Goshen, NY Business
Catherine Lindsley Oradell, NJ Arts
Erica Lofaso Hartsdale, NY Education
Lisa LoFaso Levittown, NY Arts
Cody Lounsbury Keene, NH Arts
Maggie Luce Waterloo, IA Arts
Jillian Lutz North Arlington, NJ Education
Rana Mahmoud Colonia, NJ Education
Shelby Maier Averill Park, NY Education
Daniel Mannarino North Arlington, NJ Arts
Ciara Marino Brentwood, NY Business
Nicholas Marricco Bronx, NY Arts
Isaac Mathai Mesquite, TX Education
Lisa Mazzo Queens, NY Engineering
Joseph McElhoney Beacon, NY Education
Jillian McGowan Orangeburg, NY Education
Maura McGowan Kalamazoo, MI Science
Kristin McGrail Dobbs Ferry, NY Education
Corinne McHugh Carmel, NY Business
Michael McHugh New Rochelle, NY Arts
Carolyn Mellett Brooklyn, NY Business
Amy Monsegur Bronx, NY Education
Teresa Moran West Nyack, NY Arts
Jamie Morrissey Huntington, NY Arts
Katherine Neczesny Hastings-on-Hudson Education
Christopher O’Donnell Queens, NY Engineering
Daniel Oettinger Demarest, NJ Arts
Cassie Oleszkiewicz Point Pleasant, NJ Arts
Genevieve O’Reilly Sparta, NJ Arts
Stephanie Ortiz Ramsey, NJ Arts
Joan Paciello Bronx, NY Education
Andrea Paciga Queens, NY Engineering
Tamal Paul Queens, NY Engineering
Samuel Pena Santiago, D.R. Engineering
Deepa Philips Sparta, NJ Arts
Blake Pietrangelo Cortlandt Manor, NY Engineering
Jaclyn Pintauro Sag Harbor, NJ Arts
Jessica Puliafico Tottenville, NY Engineering
Allison Reams Torrance, CA Business
Nicole Remenyi Bronx, NY Education
Craig Rende Valhalla, NY Engineering
Patrick Reynolds Belmar, NJ Education
Richard Reuter Levittown, NY Engineering
Amy Riber Monroe, CT Arts
Michael Riordan Bronx, NY Business
Erika Rohrssen Poughkeepsie, NY Business
Courtney Roy Lafayette, LA Arts
Brianne Ryan Brooklyn, NY Arts
Andrew Sandler White Plains, NY Arts
Kelsey Savage Bourne, MA Education
Alexia Serrano Hopewell Junction, NY Education
Kevin Singer Freeport, NY Engineering
Jessica Smorol Walworth, NY Arts
Crystal Soares Fall River, MA Education
Christopher Sole Middletown, NJ Education
Michael Sommerhalter Emerson, NJ Business
Jonathan Stone East Elmhurst, NY Business
Filip Szymik Poland Business
Rori Tenreiro Hempstead, NY Education
Zachary Testo Latham, NY Science
Miguel Verhagen Schagan, Netherlands Engineering
Christopher Vieau Dewitt, NY Arts
Sterling Waite Stony Brook, NY Engineering
Katie Watt Buffalo, NY Arts
Andrew Wolfson New Rochelle, NY Engineering
Elizabeth Wright Brooklyn, NY Arts

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{JR: And, a special tip of the Old Collector’s hat to and in the
direction of our fellow Jasper George J. Galasso `54 for an impressive
contribution to the human store of wisdom. }

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GOOD NEWS

JGood1
JOY: Felipe E. Garcia (MC????)

Connecticut Post Online (Bridgeport, Connecticut)
October 16, 2007 Tuesday
Garcia — Gaskin
SECTION: LIFESTYLE

Announcement is made of the engagement of Doris Gaskin and Felipe E.
Garcia. She is the daughter of Elease Gaskin of Bridgeport and the
late Lavern Gaskin, and he is the son of the late Walter and Estell
Edwards.

A Dec. 1 wedding is planned.

The future bride is a graduate of Central High School and Leon’s
School of Hair Design, and received advanced hair training at
Hairmetrics. She is the owner of Lady D’s Hair Salon, Bridgeport. The
future bridegroom, a graduate of John Adams High School and Manhattan
College, is a U.S. Air Force veteran. He is a retired air traffic
controller supervisor.

LOAD-DATE: October 16, 2007

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Felipe E. Garcia (MC????)

{JR: Nice to see that people still get married these days. }

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OBITS

(Memento Mori)

JObit1
ACTIONABLE OBIT: EXPIRES 12OCT07 Shrewsbury, MA MC1947 Beaney, Joseph
P. “Joe”

http:// http://www.legacy.com /Telegram/Obituaries.asp?
Page=LifeStory&PersonId=95935710

http://tinyurl.com/25o2sk

***Begin Quote***

Joseph P. “Joe” Beaney

Joseph P. “Joe” Beaney, of Westbrook Crossing, Shrewsbury died
Tuesday, October 9th in his home after a brief illness.

Mr. Beaney is survived by his wife of 58 years, Virginia (Morris)
Beaney; his three sons, Kevin J. of Chicago, IL, Richard M. of Salt
Lake City UT, and Gerald A. and his wife Gina (Scimone) and their son,
Travis C. Beaney all of Westborough, MA; two sisters, Margaret Byrne
and her husband Joseph, and their family and Magdalen Beaney all of
Bronxville, NY.

He was born in the Bronx, New York on August 20, 1925, to John J. and
Magdalen (Wehner) Beaney. He graduated from New York’s Cardinal Hayes
High School and earned an Electrical Engineering degree from Manhattan
College.

In 1966, he moved his family to Peekskill, New York and was a
volunteer with the Peekskill Fire Department and a member of the local
B.P.O.E. chapter. Joseph was employed in New York City for much of his
career as an electrical construction estimator. He then moved to
Massachusetts in 1980, and continued working, specializing in transit
systems construction, with the Massachusetts Electric Construction
Company in Brighton until he retired. After retirement he and his wife
moved to Shrewsbury in 1994.

Throughout Joe’s life he regularly involved himself in church and
civic activities. Most recently, he volunteered as a math tutor in
Worcester for students seeking to earn their GED diploma. He also was
a member and former lector at St. Anne’s Parish in Shrewsbury.

Relatives and friends are invited to visit with Joe’s family on
Thursday, October 11th from 4-7 P.M. in the Britton – Shrewsbury
Funeral Home, 648 Main Street, Shrewsbury. His funeral Mass will be
celebrated on Friday, October 12th at 11 A.M. in Saint Anne’s Church,
130 Boston Turnpike, Shrewsbury. Burial will be in Mountain View
Cemetery, Shrewsbury. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions can
be made to International Essential Tremor Foundation, P.O. Box 14005,
Lenexa, KS 66285. For directions and Joseph’s personal online
guestbook, please visit, http://www.brittonfuneralhomes.com

Published in the Worcester Telegram & Gazette on 10/11/2007.

***End Quote***

Guestbook for your comments is at:

http:// http://www.legacy.com /Telegram/GB/GuestbookView.aspx? PersonId=95935710

http://tinyurl.com/2jll7b

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Beaney, Joseph P. “Joe” (MC1947)

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Dear John,

I believe that Joe is a member of the Class of 1947.

May He Rest In Peace.

Mike

(Thanks, Mike.)

{JR: I repeated this to make sure the Class Year was properly
recognized. }

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JObit2
JObit: Lou Burns, Class of 1938

From: Lou Burns
Sent: Wednesday, October 10, 2007 4:43 PM
To: thomas.mccarthy manhattan college
Subject: Passing of my father

Mr. McCarthy,

I wanted to inform you of the passing of my father Lou Burns, Class of
1938. Lou passed peacefully after a fall necessitated a hip operation.
He lived in Scottsdale AZ

He owed a lot to Manhattan College and made many great long time
friends. As you may be aware, he was induced into the Athletic Hall of
Fame there in the `90’s.

Sincerely,

His Son
Lou Burns

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JObit3
ACTIONABLE OBIT: EXPIRES 20OCT07 Chatham, NJ MC1961 Kennedy, John R.
“Jack”

http:// http://www.legacy.com /StarLedger/ DeathNotices.asp? Page=LifeStory&
PersonId=96317865

http://tinyurl.com/28nmwq

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John R. Jack Kennedy

KENNEDY John R. Jack Kennedy Was realty executive John R. Jack Kennedy
passed peacefully on Sunday, Oct. 14, in the presence of his beloved
family and friends. Visiting hours will be at the Quinn-Hopping
Funeral Home, 145 E. Mount Pleasant Ave., Livingston, (973) 992-1414,
on Friday, Oct. 19, 2007, from 3 to 8 p.m. There will be a Funeral
Mass at St. Patrick Church, corner of Chatham Street and Washington
Avenue, Chatham, at 9:30 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 20, 2007. Interment
will be at Gate of Heaven Cemetery, 225 Ridgedale Ave., East Hanover,
immediately following the Mass.

Jack, who was born on Feb. 1, 1932, in Philadelphia, Pa., was a member
of one of the last graduating classes (1949) from Barnegat High School
near Long Beach Island. He served honorably in the U.S. Navy during
the Korean War, being discharged in 1953. He attended night school and
was graduated from Manhattan College in 1961, during which period he
was married to Janet A. Donnelly (1932-1988) of Brooklyn, N.Y.

Jack’s illustrious career included his founding and managing of
Alliance Real Estate, an industrial real estate brokerage firm based
in Lyndhurst. He spent the past decade as a vice president of Coldwell
Banker Commercial Feist & Feist Realty Corp. of Roseland.

He was an active member of several professional organizations, most
notably being named, Member of the Year for 2007 by the Northeastern
Economic Developers Association, where he served on the board of
directors from 1997 to 2003. He was also an active member of several
parishes over the years, including Our Lady of the Valley in Orange,
and for the last 18 years, at St. Patrick Church in Chatham.

Jack is best remembered as a loving husband and father. He is survived
by his wife, Marie A. Kennedy (nee Colonna); five children, Irene
Kennedy of Hamburg, Kelly Kennedy-Ryu of West Orange, Don McDaniel of
West Orange, Brian Kennedy of Middletown and Laura Hahnes of Kentucky,
and many grandchildren. In addition to his first wife, Janet, he was
predeceased by his daughter, Kathleen, and sister, Patricia.

Published in the Star-Ledger on 10/17/2007.

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Guestbook for your comments is at:

http:// http://www.legacy.com /StarLedger/ GB /GuestbookView.aspx?
PersonId=96317865

http://tinyurl.com/yqxptx

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Kennedy, John R. “Jack” (MC1961)

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JObit4
ACTIONABLE OBIT: EXPIRES 18OCT07 Chatham, NJ MC1978 Stedfelt, Steven

http:// http://www.legacy.com /PensacolaNewsJournal/ Obituaries.asp?
Page=LifeStory &PersonId=96344967

http://tinyurl.com/3339zd

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Steven Stedfelt

MAJOR STEVEN STEDFELT, USMC (RET)

1956-2007

Steven Stedfelt, 50, of Pensacola, FL, formerly of East Islip, NY
passed away on October 7, 2007, at Hospice Residence of Multiple
Sclerosis.

He graduated from Manhattan College, NY, with a Civil Engineering
Degree in 1978. He took helicopter flight training in Pensacola and
eventually became a flight instructor. The height of his career was
becoming a pilot of Marine One during the terms of President Reagan
and President Bush.

Two loving sons, Scott and Douglas and brother, Robert of New York,
survive him. Interment will be at 11:45 a.m., October 18, 2007 at
Barrancas National Cemetery with full Military Honors.

TRAHAN FAMILY FUNERAL HOME is in charge of arrangements.

Published in the Pensacola News Journal on 10/18/2007.

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Guestbook for your comments is at:

http:// http://www.legacy.com /PensacolaNewsJournal/ GB/ GuestbookView.aspx?
PersonId=96344967

http://tinyurl.com/37zz3x

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Stedfelt, Steven (MC1978)

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JObit5
ACTIONABLE OBIT: EXPIRES 22OCT07 Worthington, OH MC1956 Maliszewski,
Raymond Michael

http:// http://www.legacy.com /Dispatch/ Obituaries.asp? Page=LifeStory&
PersonId=96428871

http://tinyurl.com/ywaf2l

***Begin Quote***

Raymond Michael Maliszewski

MALISZEWSKI Raymond Michael Maliszewski, 73, passed away on October
17, 2007, after a short and intense battle with cancer. He is survived
by his loving wife of over 51 years, Jean Frances (Roy), originally of
Bronx, New York; his four children, Jane Maliszewski Herr (Douglas) of
Alexandria, Virginia, Roy Maliszewski (Anna) of Garnerville, New York,
Jo Ann Grubic (Walter) of Alexandria, Ohio, and Suzanne Maliszewski of
Akron, Ohio; four grandchildren, Sandy, Gabrielle, Stephen, Timothy;
and his brother, John Maliszewski of Seminole, Florida.

Ray was born in Yonkers, NY to Edna and Charles Maliszewski on August
25, 1934, and attended St. Casmir School in Yonkers and Cardinal Hayes
High School in Bronx, NY. A musician and band leader of “Ray Malis and
the Moon Mists” in his youth and through college, he was an avid
supporter of both the Columbus Jazz Orchestra and the Columbus
Symphony Orchestra later in life.

He graduated from Manhattan College in 1956 with a degree in
Electrical Engineering and began his long career with American
Electric Power as an assistant engineer in 1956. He lived in Yonkers,
NY and Park Ridge, NJ. When AEP relocated its headquarters from NYC to
Ohio, Ray and Jean moved to Columbus in 1980. Ray retired as Senior
Vice President-System Planning in 1998, after 42 years with AEP.

He was just as busy and energetic in retirement as he had been during
his work years, with an active schedule of golf, travel, reading,
social and cultural events with his close network of friends and his
lifelong hobby, fine woodworking. He was actively engaged in many
aspects of the electric industry, both national and global, He is a
Life Fellow of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
(IEEE).

During his career, he was extensively involved in leading, advising
and serving the electric transmission industry with the International
Conference on Large High Voltage Electric Systems (CIGRE), and the
Edison Electric Institute (EEI), where he chaired the System Planning
Committee. He also chaired the East Central Area Reliability (ECAR)
Coordination Review Committee, and the Engineering Committee of the
North American Electric Reliability Council (NERC), where he
represented the ECAR. He was also a member of the National Governor’s
Association; the U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Technical
Assessment; and the ECAR Executive Board. He led efforts by AEP and
neighboring utilities to form an Independent System Operator (ISO).

Ray received a Master’s degree in operations research from New York
University and attended the Sloan School senior executive program at
Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the General Electric power
systems engineering course. The AEP Orange Transmission Station in
Lewis Center, Ohio, completed in 2001, was recently re-named and
dedicated as the Raymond M. Maliszewski Transmission Station.

The family will receive friends on Sunday, October 21st from 2-4 and
6-8 p.m. at SCHOEDINGER WORTHINGTON CHAPEL, 6699 N. High Street,
Worthington, OH 43085, 614-848-6699. Funeral mass will be held at St.
Michaels’ Catholic Church in Worthington on Monday, October 22nd at 10
a.m. Interment service immediately following at Resurrection Catholic
Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Raymond M.
Maliszewski Scholarship Fund, Manhattan College c/o Mary Ellen Malone,
4513 Manhattan College Parkway, Riverdale, NY 10471
(www.manhattan.edu/alumni_friends; email: giving in care of
manhattan.edu) or to HomeReach Hospice at Riverside, 3724 Olentangy
River Road, Suite G, Columbus, OH 43214. Online condolences can be
made at http://www.schoedinger.com. “Sign the online guestbook at
http://www.dispatch.com/obituaries”

Published in The Columbus Dispatch from 10/19/2007 – 10/20/2007.

***End Quote***

Guestbook for your comments is at:

http:// http://www.legacy.com /Dispatch/ GB/ GuestbookView.aspx?
PersonId=96428871

http://tinyurl.com/3do4gl

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Jasper_Updates
Cahill, Vince [MC????]
Regional VP, Northeast
Wire One Communications
Rye Brook, NY 10573

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Callaghan, John C. [MC1963]

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Cannarozzi, Michael [MC????]
President
Capricorn Consulting Inc.
Syosset, NY 11791

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DiAlto-Schmidt, Mrs. Jennifer L. [MC1992]
Project Manager, Global Compliance
Siemens Medical Solutions Diagnostics
Yorktown Heights, New York 10598

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Ferraro, Joseph A. [MC1989]
PULSE Marketing, Development & Communications Group
Putnam Valley, NY 10579

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O’Connor, John E. Jr. [MC1974]
Senior Project Manager
Vangent Corporation
Prattville, AL 36066

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Jaspers_Missing

Reported by mcALUMdb as “lost”:
No, the mcALUMdb itself is lost. To some extent no surprise. And, it’s
discouraging. And, it puts a bigger load on MikeMcE who is supplying
the “class look up function” for me.

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Reported by me as “lost”:
{NOTHING}

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Jaspers_in_the_News

JNews1
JNEWS: Farrelly, James J. (1974) — Pasco-Hernando group extends an offer

http://www.sptimes.com/2007/10/19/Pasco/Early_Learning_Coalit.shtml

Early Learning Coalition picks new leader
The Pasco-Hernando group extends an offer to the executive director of
a New Jersey nonprofit.
James J. Farrelly is executive director of the Volunteer Guardianship
One-On-One, a nonprofit that provides court-appointed guardianship
services.
By LISA BUIE, Times Staff Writer
Published October 19, 2007

***Begin Quote***

NEW PORT RICHEY – If all goes as planned, a former New Jersey school
superintendent who now works to provide guardians to incapacitated
adults will become the new chief of the agency that oversees programs
serving children in Pasco and Hernando counties.

James J. Farrelly, 57, has been offered the job as executive director
of the Pasco Hernando Early Learning Coalition.

“You’ll be happy to hear and we’re happy to report that we have
reached an agreement in principle to hire a new executive director,”
coalition vice chairman Jim Cook told the board at its meeting Thursday.

The appointment is conditional upon Farrelly undergoing a background
check and signing a written offer, Cook said. Farrelly also has asked
first to visit the area and meet with coalition staff. He is expected
to do that the week of Oct. 29.

“I look forward to the opportunity of working cooperatively with the
ELC’s highly committed Board of Directors, its energetic and
knowledgeable staff, and the many caring human services agencies
located within the coalition,” Farrelly told the St. Petersburg Times
in an e-mail. “Most importantly, I am excited about the prospect of
working alongside parents and other interested community members in
Pasco and Hernando counties.”

Since 2003, Farrelly has been executive director of Volunteer
Guardianship One-On-One, a nonprofit agency that provides
court-appointed guardianship services in Flemington, N.J.

Before that, he worked from 1995 to 2003 as a consultant to public
school districts.

From 1991 to 2001, he was superintendent of Central Regional Public
Schools, where he led three schools with a total of 2,000 students and
350 staffers, and managed a $35-million operating budget.

He also served in other school administrative positions and spent two
years teaching in New York City public schools.

According to his resume, Farrelly earned his undergraduate degree in
secondary education/history from Manhattan College in New York City in
1974, his master’s degree in educational psychology from the College
of New Rochelle New Rochelle, N.Y. in 1976, and completed course
requirements for the doctoral degree in educational psychology and
educational Administration, from Rutgers University in 1986.

Farrelly, who board members agreed to offer a $70,000 salary, was
among more than 80 applicants for the job. A committee narrowed that
to seven finalists; six of those showed up for interviews.

Farrelly, if he is ultimately approved for the job, would be the third
director since the two counties merged their coalitions in 2005.

{Extraneous Deleted}

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Farrelly, James J. (1974)

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Manhattan_in_the_News

MNews1
MNEWS: MC co-sponsors a read in … or is it a read out?

http:// http://www.thejournalnews.com /apps/pbcs.dll/article? AID=/20071015/
REPOSITORY/ 710150367/ 1019/ NEWS03&template=printart

Reading and understanding: Rockland’s 12th annual Literacy
Extravaganza to draw 300 educators

The Journal News (Original Publication: October 15, 2007)

***Begin Quote***

Understanding life is arguably the most important skill a child can
learn. Educators, parents and business leaders constantly modify
schooling to give children the skills they will need to succeed when
they become adults.

***and***

Co-sponsors for the Extravaganza include HSBC, the Rockland Teachers’
Center Institute, the East Ramapo Teachers’ Center, Nyack Teachers’
Center, St. Thomas Aquinas College, Rockland Reading Council,
Palisades Association for the Education of Young Children, Rockland
21st Century Collaboration of Children and Youth, William Paterson
University, and Manhattan College.

***End Quote***

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MNews2
MNEWS: communications curriculum

http:// http://www.nypost.com /seven/ 10162007 /news/ regionalnews
/budding_burned_steins.htm

BUDDING BURNED-STEINS
By DENISE BUFFA

***Begin Quote***

October 16, 2007 — Journalism students at Manhattan College have their
first exposé: what they charge is a bait-and-switch scam at their
Riverdale school.

Many say they chose the Catholic school because of its full
communications curriculum. But now its nearly 50 course offerings will
be halved next school year – after a partnership ended with the
College of Mount St. Vincent.

“My grandpa went to Manhattan. My uncle went to Manhattan,” said
aspiring TV anchor Jessica Zimmerman, a sophomore who’s transferring
to Stony Brook University.

“I thought it was a perfect fit,” said aspiring TV anchor Jessica
Zimmerman, who’s transferring to Stony Brook University.

Manhattan College’s director of college relations, Lydia Gray, said in
a statement, “Manhattan is in the process of fine-tuning a dynamic
communications curriculum that will launch in the fall of `08 and is
currently building a state-of-the-art studio as well as hiring faculty.”

***End Quote***

{JR: More fall out and casualties from the abortive attempt to make
CMSV and MC a unified stronger competitor in the education
marketplace. It implies a criminal motive. Maybe they’ll have learned
a valuable lesson — caveat emptor?}

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EMAIL FROM JASPERS
(Disclaimer emails may be edited for form, but never substance.)

JEmail01
ADMINISTRIVIA: Some light at the end of the tunnel for
@alumni.manhattan.edu addresses

By {privacy invoked}

DON’T QUOTE ME, BUT … …

Last night, at the Manhattan College Information Technology Board of
Advisors meeting, I found out that the responsibility for “alumni
systems” has been transferred to the “regular” IT group.

No longer will rogue IT uses be permitted on essential MC systems. (Duh!)

So, what does that mean?

The ability to get new, and change old, @alum.manhattan.edu addresses
has been tied to limitations in the “alumni systems”. I’ve been
griping about that at literally every opportunity for my fellow alums
(i.e., I have mine and it still works).

Relief should be available right after the holidays.

The professional IT folks confided that it should be fixed shortly
after EOY07. (They need a dead spot in the schedule to slip in some
new code. Understandable.) Considering the pro’s track record, <<they
are great imho>>, I feel that it’s going to happen.

So a little more patience. That’s the cavalry bugle over the hill.
Help is on the way.

More when I get it. But don’t quote me!

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JEmail02
From: Mike McEneney [1953]
Sent: Saturday, October 13, 2007 12:02 AM
To: Reinke’s Jasper (mc68alum) Persona
Subject: Re: [JasperJottingsEditorial] JASPER ACTIONABLE OBIT: EXPIRES
12OCT07 Shrewsbury, MA MC???? Beaney, Joseph P. “Joe”

Dear John,

I believe that Joe is a member of the Class of 1947.

May He Rest In Peace.

Mike

—– Original Message —–

From: Reinke’s Jasper (mc68alum) Persona
To: 2YahooMCAlum
Cc: Feeney, Grace H. [MCsft] ; ‘McCarthy, Thomas [MC2006] [MCstf]’
Sent: Thursday, October 11, 2007
Subject: [JasperJottingsEditorial] JASPER ACTIONABLE OBIT: EXPIRES
12OCT07 Shrewsbury, MA MC???? Beaney, Joseph P. “Joe”

—1—

From: Dick Kaufmann [1968]
Sent: Saturday, October 13, 2007 4:54 PM
To: John Reinke
Subject: Joseph P Beaney JJ 10/14/07 Edition

Hi John

My MCAD (1990) lists Mr. Beaney as a graduate of the class of 1947.

Best regards,
Rich Kaufmann, MP’64, MC’68

–2–

From: Reinke’s Jasper (mc68alum) Persona
Sent: Saturday, October 13, 2007 10:20 PM
To: ‘Dick Kaufmann’
Subject: [JasperJottingsEditorial] RE: Joseph P Beaney JJ 10/14/07 Edition

Thanks, Dick. Mike sent that in the wee hours Saturday morning. Too
late for me to include it, but I appreciate the message. I need lots
of help. fjohn68

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{JR: There are some unsung heros behind the scenes here at the Jasper
Jottings Newsroom. “I know all the Jaspers and their class years” Mike
relentlessly, and Dick backing him up on the “old green alumni
directory”, are always there to keep me going. Thanks guys. }

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JEmail03
From: Gerard M. Delaney [1975]
Sent: Saturday, October 13, 2007 11:10 AM
To: Reinke John
Subject: Anorexia

John,

That model looks like she just walked out of a death camp. What have
we done to our women?

Gerard ’75

Gerard M. Delaney

Go mbeannai Dia, a Maírha, a Padraig thu

–1–

From: Reinke’s Jasper (mc68alum) Persona
Sent: Saturday, October 13, 2007 4:14 PM
To: ‘Gerard M. Delaney’
Subject: RE: Anorexia

GMD75: imho I’d say we objectified them. It’s the Playboy effect.
Changed them from the Intelligent Designer’s gift to men, and visa
versa, into a dirty joke. Look at all the inet porn. The coarsening of
society isn’t sophistication, but a lack of respect for essential
humanity. Every human has to be free enough to accomplish their
dreams. Instead we stuff women in boxes (i.e., models have to be
thin). Men have to be Adonis! Instead of valuing everyone, “we” as a
society turn them in superficial objects to “service” our worst
impulses. It’s sad. fjohn68

–2–

From: Gerard M. Delaney
Sent: Sunday, October 14, 2007 10:49 AM
To: Reinke’s Jasper (mc68alum) Persona
Subject: Re: Anorexia

John,

I think that’s exactly right. Making people into “things.” Isn’t that
what slavery’s all about?

And of course, the work of the Adversary.

Gerard

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JEmail04
From: Sheryl Chung (Class 1996)
Sent: Saturday, October 13, 2007 12:47 PM
Subject: Sheryl Chung

Hi John,

Can you discontinue my receipt of the Jasper Jottings for the current
time. My schedule has gotten very heavy for the year and I unable to
devote the time I had over the summer to read through all of your nice
articles. But do stay in touch.

Bye,

Sheryl Chung (Class 1996)

{JR: Sigh, jilted again! }

{JR: For the record, anyone can suspend their own email subscription
by just going to the Yahoo Group and setting it to “no mail”. That’s
all that I do. (It too much of a hassle to delete and then re-add if
and when someone changes their mind. }

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JASPERS FOUND WEB-WISE

JFound1
JFound: Pinzon, Roland (1996) (on FRIENDSTER)

REPORTING FROM THE FRIENDSTER DESK
IN THE JASPER JOTTINGS NEWSROOM

http://profiles.friendster.com/21166997

Pinzon, Roland (1996)

***Begin Quote***

Roland Pinzon
“R.I.P. Biggie. You’ll be missed greatly.”
* Male, 34, Single
* Interested In: Friends
* Member Since: Aug 2005
* Location: Bronx, NY
* Hometown: Bronx
* College: Manhattan College
* Company: New York University
* Last Login: 2 days
More about Roland
* Hobbies and Interests:
Love talk radio-XM is awesome, Zogsports-playing in a league in the
city, love street fairs and flea markets, people watching
* Favorite Books:
On The Road-Jack Kerouac, Naked-David Sedaris, Ragtime, Travels With
Charlie
* Favorite Movies:
Billy Madison, Excalibur, Dazed and Confused, Goodfellas, Half Baked,
Swingers, Bottlerocket, Saving Private Ryan, Band of Brothers, Hero
* Favorite Music:
Hip Hop-old school, Radiohead, Beastie Boys, Radiohead, Me First and
the Gimmee Gimmees
* Favorite TV Shows:
Anything sports, Iron Chef, Family Guy, Entourage, any cheesy 80’s sitcom
Testimonials and Comments for Roland
{Extraneous Deleted}
* Marica
* Posted 06/13/2006 00:50 AM
* So the big question is: after Uncle Robin, who’s next? You??? I’m
keeping my fingers crossed for my coolest uncle ever hehehe! <br />
Next time you drop by, remember that a vacation should never be less
than 2 weeks. Okish????
* Leah Pinzon
* Posted 05/24/2006 05:46 AM
* My most favorite cousin. No matter how much you enjoy being a
bachelor, I hope you’ll find the one for you someday. See you when you
get back! Mwah!

***End Quote***

{JR: Interesting stuff. Can we make a “match” for him?}

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JFound2
JFound: Martin, Steven [MC1979] (on MARTINDALE)

REPORTING FROM THE MARTINDALE DESK
IN THE JASPER JOTTINGS NEWSROOM

http://www.leaheyandjohnson.com/martin.html

Martin, Steven [MC1979]

***Begin Quote***

Steven Martin, (Member) born Hackensack, New Jersey, October 13, 1957;
admitted to bar, 1992, New York, New Jersey and U.S. District Court,
Southern and Eastern Districts of New York and District of New Jersey.
Education: Manhattan College (B.A., 1979); New York Law School (J.D.,
1991). Managing Attorney. Former Chief Clerk, Leahey & Johnson, P.C.
Practice Areas: Civil Litigation; Litigation Management;
Transportation; Premises Liability.

***End Quote***

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JFound3
JFound: Hallenback, Cheryl (MC2006) (on FACEBOOK)

REPORTING FROM THE FACEBOOK DESK
IN THE JASPER JOTTINGS NEWSROOM

http://manhattan.facebook.com/profile.php?id=32101837

Hallenback, Cheryl (MC2006)

***Begin Quote***

Cheryl Hallenback
Networks: Manhattan College Alum `06
Sex: Female
Interested In: Men
Relationship Status: Single
Birthday: January 31, 1984
Hometown: Glen Cove, NY
Education Info
Colleges: * Manhattan College `06
* Sociology, Psychology, Government
* University of Phoenix (national)
High School: * Glen Cove High School `02
Work Info
Employer: Madonna Heights-SCO Family Services
Position: Youth Care Worker
Description: Counsel and work closely with young women ages 12-18
living in a residential treatment center

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JFound4
JFound: Lee, Max (MC2005) (on FACEBOOK)

REPORTING FROM THE FACEBOOK DESK
IN THE JASPER JOTTINGS NEWSROOM

http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=32102737

Lee, Max (MC2005)

***Begin Quote***

Networks: New York, NY
Manhattan College Alum `05
Sex: Male
Interested In: Women
Relationship Status: Single
Birthday: November 17, 1983
Hometown: Bronx, NY
Political Views: Other
Personal Info
Activities: My life right now consists of working out so i can get in
shape and doing what i love which is the martial arts, my life is
martial arts.
Interests: Women, Music, Movies, Working Out, Martial Arts, Women!
Favorite Music: R & B
Favorite TV Shows: Smallville, Prison Break, Simpsons, Lost is the
shit……..
Favorite Movies: Harold and Kumar Go To White Castle
Favorite Books: The Da Vinci Code, Hamlet, Memoirs of a Geisha, The
Karate Dojo, Tao of Jeet Kun Do, The History of Karate: Okinawan Goju-Ryu
Favorite Quotes: A warrior does not give up what he loves, he finds
the love in what he does!
About Me: Wait For This Too!
Education and Work
Education Info
College: * Manhattan College `05
* Radiological & Health Sciences, Allied Health
High School:
* Hostos Lincoln Academy `01
Work Info
Employer: Eastchester Center for Cancer Care
Position: Radiation Therapist
Description: Saving Lives Babie!!!!!!!!!!!!

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MC mentioned web-wise

MFound1
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JASPER’s BLOGGING

JBlog
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http://jxymxu7sn5ho9d.wordpress.com/about/jasper-bloggers/

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Sports from College

(http://www.gojaspers.com)

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Boilerplate
Control your own subscription:

(1) Send a message from your old email account to
Distribute_Jasper_Jottings-unsubscribe@yahoogroups.com saying that
you’re switching.

(2) Send a message from your new email account to
Distribute_Jasper_Jottings-subscribe@yahoogroups.com with your name
and class year.

To keep me from spamming you, Yahoo only permits me to invite and
delete people. I can NOT just ADD your email address.

AND you’re done. With zero extra work for the CIC! :-)

http://www.jasperjottings.com/boilerplate.htm

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Curmudgeon’s Final Words This Week
http://www.lewrockwell.com/orig7/ellsberg2.html

*** begin quote ***

They believe we need a different kind of government now, an Executive
government essentially, rule by decree, which is what we’re getting
with signing statements. Signing statements are talked about as
line-item vetoes which is one [way] of describing them which are
unconstitutional in themselves, but in other ways are just saying the
president says “I decide what I enforce. I decide what the law is. I
legislate.”

*** end quote ***

Yup, “we the people” have fallen asleep at the switch. In the belief
that “it cn’t happen here”. Well, it has under our very noses.

And, like the Gordian knot, it’s a noose tied very tightly around our
neck’s. And, like the Gordian knot, we need a sharp sword to cut
through the `barbara streisand” and get us back our freedom.
And that’s the last word.

Curmudgeon

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GBu GBA

“Bon courage a vous tous”

-30-
Sunday 21 October 2007

Housekeeping
This issue is at:
http://www.jasperjottings.com/2007/jasperjottings20071021.htm

Send email to http://tinyurl.com/yh34ut (gives you an email address),
fax 781-723-3746, or call 732-917-4816 (It’s the phone on my computer)
anytime.

All communications are ASSUMED to be for inclusion, UNLESS otherwise
indicated.

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Weekly Stats
754 Jaspers are active on the Distribute Yahoo site. (Serve any purpose?)

The site had 1,343 unique visits last week.

26 in LinkedInJaspers (http://tinyurl.com/yp6x2q).
(LinkedIn has begun making noise about trademark infringement!)

The daily site had 368 views last week.

mcALUMdb is STILL off the air.

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FLASH! Important info received after the deadline
{NOTHING}

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Events

{NOTHING}

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My list of Jaspers who are in harm’s way:
– Afghanistan
– – Feldman, Aaron (1997)
– Iraq
– – Angel Estrella (2002)
– Korea
— Stephanie (????)
– Unknown location
– – Lynch, Chris (1991)
– Uzbekistan
– – Brock (nee Klein-Smith), Lt Col Ruth (1979)
… … my thoughts are with you, and
… … with all of you that I don’t know about.
Dona Nobis Pacem

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK:
“Never tell people how to do things. Tell them what to do and they
will surprise you with their ingenuity.”

– General George Patton

EXHORTATION
Found by Jasper John C. Fay ’86

http://www.emigrant.ie/article.asp?iCategoryID=108&iArticleID=69311

Landing in The Fields of Athenry
by Gary Hetzler (garyhetzler in care of eircom.net)

*** begin quote ***

While the American officers were having a leisurely dinner in Athenry,
the Irish government was busy making far-reaching decisions. They
would allow these men to be repatriated and arrangements were already
being made to escort them to Northern Ireland (Cluntoe). The rationale
was that the plane, although a ‘Fortress’, had been altered to make it
purely a self-defensive weapon. The German consulate, once they heard
who was on board, raised holy hell. That didn’t affect this particular
decision, but other American planes and their crews would receive a
different Irish response for a while.

But this time, the Irish-American connection was celebrated and posed
pictures taken in front of Athenry’s Railway Hotel. And that’s what I
think about most every time, as I stand and wait for the Galway to
Dublin train, here amidst the fields of Athenry.

*** end quote ***

For some reason this story just tugs at the heartstrings.

One never knows what little bit of fascinating history is before our
eyes if we only had a little bit of awareness.

I know my fellow alums are much more aware than I, but I’ll try a
little harder this week to be “perceptive”. Un injineers do much
better at “measuring”!
Reflect well on our alma mater, this week, every week, in any and
every way possible, large or small. God bless.

“Collector-in-chief” John reinke—AT—jasperjottings.com

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CONTENTS

2 Messages from Headquarters (i.e., MC Press Releases)
1 Good_News
5 Obits
1 Jaspers_in_the_News
2 Manhattan_in_the_News
4 Email From Jaspers
4 Jaspers found web-wise
0 MC mentioned web-wise
0 New Jasper Bloggers

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PARTICIPANTS BY CLASS
Class Name Locator
???? Cahill, Vince JUpdates
???? Cannarozzi, Michael JUpdates
???? Garcia, Felipe E. JGood1
1938 Burns, Lou JObit2
1947 Beaney, Joseph P. “Joe” JObit1
1953 McEneney, Mike JEmail02
1954 Galasso, George J. Headquarters3
1956 Maliszewski, Raymond Michael JObit5
1961 Kennedy, John R. “Jack” JObit3
1963 Callaghan, John C. JUpdates
1968 Kaufmann, Rich JEmail02
1974 Farrelly, James J. JNews1
1974 O’Connor, John E. Jr. JUpdates
1975 Delaney, Gerard M. JEmail03
1978 Stedfelt, Steven JObit4
1979 Martin, Steven JFound2
1989 Ferraro, Joseph A. JUpdates
1992 DiAlto-Schmidt, Jennifer L. JUpdates
1996 Chung, Sheryl JEmail04
1996 Pinzon, Roland JFound1
2005 Lee, Max JFound4
2006 Hallenback, Cheryl JFound3

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PARTICIPANTS BY NAME
Class Name Locator
1947 Beaney, Joseph P. “Joe” JObit1
1938 Burns, Lou JObit2
???? Cahill, Vince JUpdates
1963 Callaghan, John C. JUpdates
???? Cannarozzi, Michael JUpdates
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AND NOW THE “NEWS” if there is any

HEADQUARTER’S MESSAGES

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JASPER HEADQUARTERS: Manhattan College To Host Discussion By Ethicist
And Philosopher Peter Singer

http://www.manhattan.edu/news/news_releases/101107_1.shtml

October 11, 2007
Contact: Scott Silversten
Phone: (718) 862-7232
E-mail: Public Relations

Manhattan College To Host Discussion By Ethicist And Philosopher Peter
Singer

RIVERDALE, N.Y. – Peter Singer, a world-renowned ethicist and
philosopher, will discuss his recent book The Ethics of What We Eat:
Why Our Food Choices Matter at Manhattan College in Smith Auditorium
on Oct. 19, 2007 at 4:00 p.m. The event is sponsored by the school of
arts, the English department and the honors enrichment program. It is
free and open to the public.

Singer currently serves as the Ira W. DeCamp Professor of Bioethics in
the University Center for Human Values at Princeton University. During
the past three years, he also has held a part-time position of
laureate professor at Australia’s University of Melbourne Centre for
Applied Philosophy and Public Ethics.

A native of Melbourne, Singer studied at the University of Melbourne
and the University of Oxford. He also has taught at Oxford, La Trobe
University and Monash University, as well as held several other
visiting appointments.

Singer was the founding president of the International Association of
Bioethics and co-founded the journal Bioethics with Helga Kuhse. He
also is the co-founder and president of The Great Ape Project, an
international effort to obtain basic rights for chimpanzees, gorillas
and orangutans.

Singer’s works have appeared in more than 20 languages. He is the
author of several books and a major article on ethics in the current
edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica. Two collections of his
writings have been published: Writings on an Ethical Life, which he
edited, and Unsanctifying Human Life, edited by Kuhse.

For more information about this event, please contact Daniel Collins,
associate professor of English, at (718) 862-7498 or daniel.collins in
care of manhattan.edu.

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{JR: Pete Singer; not singer Pete Seeger! ;-) }

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JASPER HEADQUARTERS: Manhattan College Names Ellen Kiernan As Director
Of Alumni Relations

October 16, 2007
Contact: Scott Silversten
Phone: (718) 862-7232
E-mail: Public Relations

Manhattan College Names Ellen Kiernan As Director Of Alumni Relations

RIVERDALE, N.Y. – Manhattan College has named Ellen Kiernan as its new
director of alumni relations, effective Oct. 9, 2007.

Kiernan joins Manhattan College from John Jay College of Criminal
Justice, where she served as director of alumni relations. She has
spent her entire professional career in higher education
administration, including positions at New York University (NYU), SUNY
Stony Brook, Long Island University and Adelphi University.

“Manhattan College is a remarkable institution with a great story to
tell,” Kiernan says. “I look forward to discovering its rich history
through the dedicated alumni, faculty and students who have made
Manhattan their alma mater.”

While at John Jay College, Kiernan engaged a community of 26,000
alumni through segmented outreach and communication initiatives, and
organized regional chapters to link nationwide alumni. She also
identified and cultivated affinity groups for initiating designated
scholarships and created John Jay’s first endowed Alumni Association
Scholarship.

In her role as alumni outreach coordinator for NYU’s College of Arts
and Science, Kiernan served as the primary contact for a constituency
of more than 140,000 alumni.

Kiernan is the first woman to hold the position of alumni director at
Manhattan College, which became a coeducational institution in 1974.

A resident of New Canaan, Conn., Kiernan is a member of the Council
for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) and an active
volunteer for United Way/NYU Community Fund, Habitat for Humanity, New
Canaan Food Bank, and the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure.

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http://www.manhattan.edu/news/news_releases/101707_1.shtml

October 17, 2007
Contact: Scott Silversten
Phone: (718) 862-7232
E-mail: Public Relations

Top Manhattan College Students Inducted Into Prestigious Epsilon Sigma
Pi Honor Society

RIVERDALE, N.Y. – Manhattan College recently inducted its top students
into Epsilon Sigma Pi, the oldest college-wide honor society.
Students, mainly seniors, were recognized for their academic
achievement during the College’s annual Fall Honors Convocation, held
on Sunday, Oct. 14 in the Chapel of De La Salle and His Brothers.

Membership in Epsilon Sigma Pi is considered the highest scholastic
honor that can be earned by a Manhattan College student. Only students
who have earned a 3.5 average (on a 4.0 scale) for six consecutive
semesters with no academic failures are inducted into Epsilon Sigma
Pi. Students who have achieved this status typically are inducted in
the beginning of their senior year.

During the ceremony, an honorary Doctor of Science was awarded to
alumnus George J. Galasso `54, former associate director of the
National Institutes of Health (NIH) and former executive director of
the Foundation for NIH Research.

In his acceptance speech, Galasso challenged the students to seek out
risk and embrace the opportunities they are given during their careers.

“You may make some mistakes, but learn from them and go on. Find out
what you really enjoy doing and pursue it to the fullest,” he said.
“Whatever you do, wherever you go, have confidence in yourselves, work
energetically to make a positive personal impact to help improve the
human condition, and in so doing reap the ultimate satisfaction.”

Galasso became associate professor of microbiology in 1964 at the
University of Virginia Medical School, where he conducted research and
taught virology. Four years later, he was accepted into the grants
associates program of the NIH, a highly selective training program for
health science administrators, and began his career as an
administrator of scientific programs.

In 1969, Galasso was asked to initiate an antiviral research program
for the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. He also
was a leader in the interferon clinical trials and showed the efficacy
of interferon in hepatitis, which led to its use against cancer.
Appointed chief of the infectious diseases branch in 1973 with
responsibility for development of vaccines and antivirals to combat
all infectious diseases, Galasso later served as associate director
for extramural programs of the NIH. He is the author of nearly 100
scientific articles and reviews.

Founded in 1853, Manhattan College is an independent, Catholic,
coeducational institution of higher learning offering more than 40
major programs of undergraduate study in the areas of arts, business,
education, engineering and science, along with graduate programs in
education and engineering. For more information about Manhattan
College, visit http://www.manhattan.edu.

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MANHATTAN COLLEGE STUDENTS INDUCTED INTO EPSILON SIGMA PI
FALL HONORS CONVOCATION 2007
FIRST NAME LAST NAME HOMETOWN SCHOOL

Jaclyn Aliano Washington Township, NJ Business
Tonimarie Amato Commack, NY Education
Vladimir Ampov Brooklyn, NY Arts
Brendan Atwood Waterbury, CT Arts
Toni Marie Balingit Washington Township, NJ Business
Robert Barrows Danvers, MA Arts
Nicola Benedetto New Hype Park, NY Business
Samuel Berlin Ramsey, NJ Arts
Lisa Bernier Worcester, MA Arts
Brian Bolz Poughkeepsie, NY Engineering
Alison Bomba Wakefield, MA Arts
Laura Boyle Oakland, NJ Education
Mark Brandolin Yorktown, NY Engineering
Christina Bruno Franklin Square, NY Business
Scott Burton La Jolla, CA Arts
Eliora Camilleri Rocky Hill, CT Engineering
Joseph Camilleri Rockville Centre, NY Engineering
Lauren Canton Queens, NY Engineering
Frank Caramanica Seaford, NY Business
Daniel Carr East Greenbush, NY Business
Kaitlin Christmann Central Valley, NY Engineering
Jaclyn Churilla Smithtown, NY Business
Laura Cohen Deep River, CT Education
Amy Colantuono Irvington, NY Education
Diana Conte Franklin Square, NY Arts
Nicole Conti Hopewell Junction, NY Arts
Gabriela Costas De Los Rios Bolivia Business
Janette Costello Syosset, NY Business
Anne Cotellessa Uniondale, NY Business
Ryan Coulter New City, NY Engineering
Michael Coyne Bergen, NJ Engineering
Joseph Cuccurullo New York, NY Business
Kathleen D’Agostino East Northport, NY Education
Patrick D’Ambrosio New Rochelle, NY Engineering
Jennifer DeFalco Nanuet, NY Education
Stephanie Deluca Poughkeepsie, NY Arts
Katherine Denherder Pompton Lakes, NJ Engineering
Lauren Desanctis New Rochelle, NY Engineering
Abdou Diop Dakar, Senegal Engineering
Kevin Dooley Latham, NY Engineering
Andrew Dunn Dover, NH Science
Christopher Eckert Clifton Park, NY Arts
Hala Fanek Dobbs Ferry, NY Engineering
John Farrell Kings Park, NY Business
Melanie Fedirka Lombard, IL Education
Michael Ferro Wyndmoor, PA Arts
Michele Gabriel Manhasset, NY Business
Leah Gambolati Colchester, CT Arts
Marcella Gerbino Queens, NY Engineering
Christine Gianino Bridgewater, NJ Arts
Michael Giordano West Nyack, NY Engineering
Shawn Gorinson Ossining, NY Business
Nicole Grabell Milford, CT Arts
Estelle Grech Fresh Meadows, NY Business
Yovanny Guzman New York, NY Business
Rachele Harkins Norton, MA Business
Elizabeth Harris Fresh Meadows, NY Arts
Kellianne Hartman Cayahoga Falls, OH Engineering
Heather Herrmann Islip, NY Education
Patricia Hickey Rye, NY Engineering
Christian Hoolan Armonk, NY Engineering
Courtney Hughes Lynwood, WA Business
Charles Ikemefuna Ikeja, Lagas Engineering
Sammy Jariri New York, NY Business
Erin Jay South Windsor, CT Business
Michael Johnsen Metuchen, NJ Business
Kellyn Kearney North Attleboro, MA Science
Salima Khan Bronx, NY Education
Brendan King Staten Island, NY Arts
Christine King Suffern, NY Engineering
Danielle Koch Hempstead, NY Engineering
Lisa Kuchinski Red Bank, NJ Education
Marianne Lafortezza Huntington Station, NY Business
Michelle LaTouche Washingtonville, NY Education
Timothy Lavino Goshen, NY Business
Catherine Lindsley Oradell, NJ Arts
Erica Lofaso Hartsdale, NY Education
Lisa LoFaso Levittown, NY Arts
Cody Lounsbury Keene, NH Arts
Maggie Luce Waterloo, IA Arts
Jillian Lutz North Arlington, NJ Education
Rana Mahmoud Colonia, NJ Education
Shelby Maier Averill Park, NY Education
Daniel Mannarino North Arlington, NJ Arts
Ciara Marino Brentwood, NY Business
Nicholas Marricco Bronx, NY Arts
Isaac Mathai Mesquite, TX Education
Lisa Mazzo Queens, NY Engineering
Joseph McElhoney Beacon, NY Education
Jillian McGowan Orangeburg, NY Education
Maura McGowan Kalamazoo, MI Science
Kristin McGrail Dobbs Ferry, NY Education
Corinne McHugh Carmel, NY Business
Michael McHugh New Rochelle, NY Arts
Carolyn Mellett Brooklyn, NY Business
Amy Monsegur Bronx, NY Education
Teresa Moran West Nyack, NY Arts
Jamie Morrissey Huntington, NY Arts
Katherine Neczesny Hastings-on-Hudson Education
Christopher O’Donnell Queens, NY Engineering
Daniel Oettinger Demarest, NJ Arts
Cassie Oleszkiewicz Point Pleasant, NJ Arts
Genevieve O’Reilly Sparta, NJ Arts
Stephanie Ortiz Ramsey, NJ Arts
Joan Paciello Bronx, NY Education
Andrea Paciga Queens, NY Engineering
Tamal Paul Queens, NY Engineering
Samuel Pena Santiago, D.R. Engineering
Deepa Philips Sparta, NJ Arts
Blake Pietrangelo Cortlandt Manor, NY Engineering
Jaclyn Pintauro Sag Harbor, NJ Arts
Jessica Puliafico Tottenville, NY Engineering
Allison Reams Torrance, CA Business
Nicole Remenyi Bronx, NY Education
Craig Rende Valhalla, NY Engineering
Patrick Reynolds Belmar, NJ Education
Richard Reuter Levittown, NY Engineering
Amy Riber Monroe, CT Arts
Michael Riordan Bronx, NY Business
Erika Rohrssen Poughkeepsie, NY Business
Courtney Roy Lafayette, LA Arts
Brianne Ryan Brooklyn, NY Arts
Andrew Sandler White Plains, NY Arts
Kelsey Savage Bourne, MA Education
Alexia Serrano Hopewell Junction, NY Education
Kevin Singer Freeport, NY Engineering
Jessica Smorol Walworth, NY Arts
Crystal Soares Fall River, MA Education
Christopher Sole Middletown, NJ Education
Michael Sommerhalter Emerson, NJ Business
Jonathan Stone East Elmhurst, NY Business
Filip Szymik Poland Business
Rori Tenreiro Hempstead, NY Education
Zachary Testo Latham, NY Science
Miguel Verhagen Schagan, Netherlands Engineering
Christopher Vieau Dewitt, NY Arts
Sterling Waite Stony Brook, NY Engineering
Katie Watt Buffalo, NY Arts
Andrew Wolfson New Rochelle, NY Engineering
Elizabeth Wright Brooklyn, NY Arts

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{JR: And, a special tip of the Old Collector’s hat to and in the
direction of our fellow Jasper George J. Galasso `54 for an impressive
contribution to the human store of wisdom. }

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GOOD NEWS

JGood1
JOY: Felipe E. Garcia (MC????)

Connecticut Post Online (Bridgeport, Connecticut)
October 16, 2007 Tuesday
Garcia — Gaskin
SECTION: LIFESTYLE

Announcement is made of the engagement of Doris Gaskin and Felipe E.
Garcia. She is the daughter of Elease Gaskin of Bridgeport and the
late Lavern Gaskin, and he is the son of the late Walter and Estell
Edwards.

A Dec. 1 wedding is planned.

The future bride is a graduate of Central High School and Leon’s
School of Hair Design, and received advanced hair training at
Hairmetrics. She is the owner of Lady D’s Hair Salon, Bridgeport. The
future bridegroom, a graduate of John Adams High School and Manhattan
College, is a U.S. Air Force veteran. He is a retired air traffic
controller supervisor.

LOAD-DATE: October 16, 2007

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Felipe E. Garcia (MC????)

{JR: Nice to see that people still get married these days. }

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OBITS

(Memento Mori)

JObit1
ACTIONABLE OBIT: EXPIRES 12OCT07 Shrewsbury, MA MC1947 Beaney, Joseph
P. “Joe”

http:// http://www.legacy.com /Telegram/Obituaries.asp?
Page=LifeStory&PersonId=95935710

http://tinyurl.com/25o2sk

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Joseph P. “Joe” Beaney

Joseph P. “Joe” Beaney, of Westbrook Crossing, Shrewsbury died
Tuesday, October 9th in his home after a brief illness.

Mr. Beaney is survived by his wife of 58 years, Virginia (Morris)
Beaney; his three sons, Kevin J. of Chicago, IL, Richard M. of Salt
Lake City UT, and Gerald A. and his wife Gina (Scimone) and their son,
Travis C. Beaney all of Westborough, MA; two sisters, Margaret Byrne
and her husband Joseph, and their family and Magdalen Beaney all of
Bronxville, NY.

He was born in the Bronx, New York on August 20, 1925, to John J. and
Magdalen (Wehner) Beaney. He graduated from New York’s Cardinal Hayes
High School and earned an Electrical Engineering degree from Manhattan
College.

In 1966, he moved his family to Peekskill, New York and was a
volunteer with the Peekskill Fire Department and a member of the local
B.P.O.E. chapter. Joseph was employed in New York City for much of his
career as an electrical construction estimator. He then moved to
Massachusetts in 1980, and continued working, specializing in transit
systems construction, with the Massachusetts Electric Construction
Company in Brighton until he retired. After retirement he and his wife
moved to Shrewsbury in 1994.

Throughout Joe’s life he regularly involved himself in church and
civic activities. Most recently, he volunteered as a math tutor in
Worcester for students seeking to earn their GED diploma. He also was
a member and former lector at St. Anne’s Parish in Shrewsbury.

Relatives and friends are invited to visit with Joe’s family on
Thursday, October 11th from 4-7 P.M. in the Britton – Shrewsbury
Funeral Home, 648 Main Street, Shrewsbury. His funeral Mass will be
celebrated on Friday, October 12th at 11 A.M. in Saint Anne’s Church,
130 Boston Turnpike, Shrewsbury. Burial will be in Mountain View
Cemetery, Shrewsbury. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions can
be made to International Essential Tremor Foundation, P.O. Box 14005,
Lenexa, KS 66285. For directions and Joseph’s personal online
guestbook, please visit, http://www.brittonfuneralhomes.com

Published in the Worcester Telegram & Gazette on 10/11/2007.

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Guestbook for your comments is at:

http:// http://www.legacy.com /Telegram/GB/GuestbookView.aspx? PersonId=95935710

http://tinyurl.com/2jll7b

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Beaney, Joseph P. “Joe” (MC1947)

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Dear John,

I believe that Joe is a member of the Class of 1947.

May He Rest In Peace.

Mike

(Thanks, Mike.)

{JR: I repeated this to make sure the Class Year was properly
recognized. }

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JObit2
JObit: Lou Burns, Class of 1938

From: Lou Burns
Sent: Wednesday, October 10, 2007 4:43 PM
To: thomas.mccarthy manhattan college
Subject: Passing of my father

Mr. McCarthy,

I wanted to inform you of the passing of my father Lou Burns, Class of
1938. Lou passed peacefully after a fall necessitated a hip operation.
He lived in Scottsdale AZ

He owed a lot to Manhattan College and made many great long time
friends. As you may be aware, he was induced into the Athletic Hall of
Fame there in the `90’s.

Sincerely,

His Son
Lou Burns

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JObit3
ACTIONABLE OBIT: EXPIRES 20OCT07 Chatham, NJ MC1961 Kennedy, John R.
“Jack”

http:// http://www.legacy.com /StarLedger/ DeathNotices.asp? Page=LifeStory&
PersonId=96317865

http://tinyurl.com/28nmwq

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John R. Jack Kennedy

KENNEDY John R. Jack Kennedy Was realty executive John R. Jack Kennedy
passed peacefully on Sunday, Oct. 14, in the presence of his beloved
family and friends. Visiting hours will be at the Quinn-Hopping
Funeral Home, 145 E. Mount Pleasant Ave., Livingston, (973) 992-1414,
on Friday, Oct. 19, 2007, from 3 to 8 p.m. There will be a Funeral
Mass at St. Patrick Church, corner of Chatham Street and Washington
Avenue, Chatham, at 9:30 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 20, 2007. Interment
will be at Gate of Heaven Cemetery, 225 Ridgedale Ave., East Hanover,
immediately following the Mass.

Jack, who was born on Feb. 1, 1932, in Philadelphia, Pa., was a member
of one of the last graduating classes (1949) from Barnegat High School
near Long Beach Island. He served honorably in the U.S. Navy during
the Korean War, being discharged in 1953. He attended night school and
was graduated from Manhattan College in 1961, during which period he
was married to Janet A. Donnelly (1932-1988) of Brooklyn, N.Y.

Jack’s illustrious career included his founding and managing of
Alliance Real Estate, an industrial real estate brokerage firm based
in Lyndhurst. He spent the past decade as a vice president of Coldwell
Banker Commercial Feist & Feist Realty Corp. of Roseland.

He was an active member of several professional organizations, most
notably being named, Member of the Year for 2007 by the Northeastern
Economic Developers Association, where he served on the board of
directors from 1997 to 2003. He was also an active member of several
parishes over the years, including Our Lady of the Valley in Orange,
and for the last 18 years, at St. Patrick Church in Chatham.

Jack is best remembered as a loving husband and father. He is survived
by his wife, Marie A. Kennedy (nee Colonna); five children, Irene
Kennedy of Hamburg, Kelly Kennedy-Ryu of West Orange, Don McDaniel of
West Orange, Brian Kennedy of Middletown and Laura Hahnes of Kentucky,
and many grandchildren. In addition to his first wife, Janet, he was
predeceased by his daughter, Kathleen, and sister, Patricia.

Published in the Star-Ledger on 10/17/2007.

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Guestbook for your comments is at:

http:// http://www.legacy.com /StarLedger/ GB /GuestbookView.aspx?
PersonId=96317865

http://tinyurl.com/yqxptx

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JObit4
ACTIONABLE OBIT: EXPIRES 18OCT07 Chatham, NJ MC1978 Stedfelt, Steven

http:// http://www.legacy.com /PensacolaNewsJournal/ Obituaries.asp?
Page=LifeStory &PersonId=96344967

http://tinyurl.com/3339zd

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Steven Stedfelt

MAJOR STEVEN STEDFELT, USMC (RET)

1956-2007

Steven Stedfelt, 50, of Pensacola, FL, formerly of East Islip, NY
passed away on October 7, 2007, at Hospice Residence of Multiple
Sclerosis.

He graduated from Manhattan College, NY, with a Civil Engineering
Degree in 1978. He took helicopter flight training in Pensacola and
eventually became a flight instructor. The height of his career was
becoming a pilot of Marine One during the terms of President Reagan
and President Bush.

Two loving sons, Scott and Douglas and brother, Robert of New York,
survive him. Interment will be at 11:45 a.m., October 18, 2007 at
Barrancas National Cemetery with full Military Honors.

TRAHAN FAMILY FUNERAL HOME is in charge of arrangements.

Published in the Pensacola News Journal on 10/18/2007.

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Guestbook for your comments is at:

http:// http://www.legacy.com /PensacolaNewsJournal/ GB/ GuestbookView.aspx?
PersonId=96344967

http://tinyurl.com/37zz3x

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Stedfelt, Steven (MC1978)

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JObit5
ACTIONABLE OBIT: EXPIRES 22OCT07 Worthington, OH MC1956 Maliszewski,
Raymond Michael

http:// http://www.legacy.com /Dispatch/ Obituaries.asp? Page=LifeStory&
PersonId=96428871

http://tinyurl.com/ywaf2l

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Raymond Michael Maliszewski

MALISZEWSKI Raymond Michael Maliszewski, 73, passed away on October
17, 2007, after a short and intense battle with cancer. He is survived
by his loving wife of over 51 years, Jean Frances (Roy), originally of
Bronx, New York; his four children, Jane Maliszewski Herr (Douglas) of
Alexandria, Virginia, Roy Maliszewski (Anna) of Garnerville, New York,
Jo Ann Grubic (Walter) of Alexandria, Ohio, and Suzanne Maliszewski of
Akron, Ohio; four grandchildren, Sandy, Gabrielle, Stephen, Timothy;
and his brother, John Maliszewski of Seminole, Florida.

Ray was born in Yonkers, NY to Edna and Charles Maliszewski on August
25, 1934, and attended St. Casmir School in Yonkers and Cardinal Hayes
High School in Bronx, NY. A musician and band leader of “Ray Malis and
the Moon Mists” in his youth and through college, he was an avid
supporter of both the Columbus Jazz Orchestra and the Columbus
Symphony Orchestra later in life.

He graduated from Manhattan College in 1956 with a degree in
Electrical Engineering and began his long career with American
Electric Power as an assistant engineer in 1956. He lived in Yonkers,
NY and Park Ridge, NJ. When AEP relocated its headquarters from NYC to
Ohio, Ray and Jean moved to Columbus in 1980. Ray retired as Senior
Vice President-System Planning in 1998, after 42 years with AEP.

He was just as busy and energetic in retirement as he had been during
his work years, with an active schedule of golf, travel, reading,
social and cultural events with his close network of friends and his
lifelong hobby, fine woodworking. He was actively engaged in many
aspects of the electric industry, both national and global, He is a
Life Fellow of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
(IEEE).

During his career, he was extensively involved in leading, advising
and serving the electric transmission industry with the International
Conference on Large High Voltage Electric Systems (CIGRE), and the
Edison Electric Institute (EEI), where he chaired the System Planning
Committee. He also chaired the East Central Area Reliability (ECAR)
Coordination Review Committee, and the Engineering Committee of the
North American Electric Reliability Council (NERC), where he
represented the ECAR. He was also a member of the National Governor’s
Association; the U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Technical
Assessment; and the ECAR Executive Board. He led efforts by AEP and
neighboring utilities to form an Independent System Operator (ISO).

Ray received a Master’s degree in operations research from New York
University and attended the Sloan School senior executive program at
Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the General Electric power
systems engineering course. The AEP Orange Transmission Station in
Lewis Center, Ohio, completed in 2001, was recently re-named and
dedicated as the Raymond M. Maliszewski Transmission Station.

The family will receive friends on Sunday, October 21st from 2-4 and
6-8 p.m. at SCHOEDINGER WORTHINGTON CHAPEL, 6699 N. High Street,
Worthington, OH 43085, 614-848-6699. Funeral mass will be held at St.
Michaels’ Catholic Church in Worthington on Monday, October 22nd at 10
a.m. Interment service immediately following at Resurrection Catholic
Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Raymond M.
Maliszewski Scholarship Fund, Manhattan College c/o Mary Ellen Malone,
4513 Manhattan College Parkway, Riverdale, NY 10471
(www.manhattan.edu/alumni_friends; email: giving in care of
manhattan.edu) or to HomeReach Hospice at Riverside, 3724 Olentangy
River Road, Suite G, Columbus, OH 43214. Online condolences can be
made at http://www.schoedinger.com. “Sign the online guestbook at
http://www.dispatch.com/obituaries&#8221;

Published in The Columbus Dispatch from 10/19/2007 – 10/20/2007.

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Guestbook for your comments is at:

http:// http://www.legacy.com /Dispatch/ GB/ GuestbookView.aspx?
PersonId=96428871

http://tinyurl.com/3do4gl

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Jasper_Updates
Cahill, Vince [MC????]
Regional VP, Northeast
Wire One Communications
Rye Brook, NY 10573

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Callaghan, John C. [MC1963]

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Cannarozzi, Michael [MC????]
President
Capricorn Consulting Inc.
Syosset, NY 11791

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DiAlto-Schmidt, Mrs. Jennifer L. [MC1992]
Project Manager, Global Compliance
Siemens Medical Solutions Diagnostics
Yorktown Heights, New York 10598

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Ferraro, Joseph A. [MC1989]
PULSE Marketing, Development & Communications Group
Putnam Valley, NY 10579

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O’Connor, John E. Jr. [MC1974]
Senior Project Manager
Vangent Corporation
Prattville, AL 36066

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Jaspers_Missing

Reported by mcALUMdb as “lost”:
No, the mcALUMdb itself is lost. To some extent no surprise. And, it’s
discouraging. And, it puts a bigger load on MikeMcE who is supplying
the “class look up function” for me.

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Reported by me as “lost”:
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Jaspers_in_the_News

JNews1
JNEWS: Farrelly, James J. (1974) — Pasco-Hernando group extends an offer

http://www.sptimes.com/2007/10/19/Pasco/Early_Learning_Coalit.shtml

Early Learning Coalition picks new leader
The Pasco-Hernando group extends an offer to the executive director of
a New Jersey nonprofit.
James J. Farrelly is executive director of the Volunteer Guardianship
One-On-One, a nonprofit that provides court-appointed guardianship
services.
By LISA BUIE, Times Staff Writer
Published October 19, 2007

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NEW PORT RICHEY – If all goes as planned, a former New Jersey school
superintendent who now works to provide guardians to incapacitated
adults will become the new chief of the agency that oversees programs
serving children in Pasco and Hernando counties.

James J. Farrelly, 57, has been offered the job as executive director
of the Pasco Hernando Early Learning Coalition.

“You’ll be happy to hear and we’re happy to report that we have
reached an agreement in principle to hire a new executive director,”
coalition vice chairman Jim Cook told the board at its meeting Thursday.

The appointment is conditional upon Farrelly undergoing a background
check and signing a written offer, Cook said. Farrelly also has asked
first to visit the area and meet with coalition staff. He is expected
to do that the week of Oct. 29.

“I look forward to the opportunity of working cooperatively with the
ELC’s highly committed Board of Directors, its energetic and
knowledgeable staff, and the many caring human services agencies
located within the coalition,” Farrelly told the St. Petersburg Times
in an e-mail. “Most importantly, I am excited about the prospect of
working alongside parents and other interested community members in
Pasco and Hernando counties.”

Since 2003, Farrelly has been executive director of Volunteer
Guardianship One-On-One, a nonprofit agency that provides
court-appointed guardianship services in Flemington, N.J.

Before that, he worked from 1995 to 2003 as a consultant to public
school districts.

From 1991 to 2001, he was superintendent of Central Regional Public
Schools, where he led three schools with a total of 2,000 students and
350 staffers, and managed a $35-million operating budget.

He also served in other school administrative positions and spent two
years teaching in New York City public schools.

According to his resume, Farrelly earned his undergraduate degree in
secondary education/history from Manhattan College in New York City in
1974, his master’s degree in educational psychology from the College
of New Rochelle New Rochelle, N.Y. in 1976, and completed course
requirements for the doctoral degree in educational psychology and
educational Administration, from Rutgers University in 1986.

Farrelly, who board members agreed to offer a $70,000 salary, was
among more than 80 applicants for the job. A committee narrowed that
to seven finalists; six of those showed up for interviews.

Farrelly, if he is ultimately approved for the job, would be the third
director since the two counties merged their coalitions in 2005.

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Farrelly, James J. (1974)

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Manhattan_in_the_News

MNews1
MNEWS: MC co-sponsors a read in … or is it a read out?

http:// http://www.thejournalnews.com /apps/pbcs.dll/article? AID=/20071015/
REPOSITORY/ 710150367/ 1019/ NEWS03&template=printart

Reading and understanding: Rockland’s 12th annual Literacy
Extravaganza to draw 300 educators

The Journal News (Original Publication: October 15, 2007)

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Understanding life is arguably the most important skill a child can
learn. Educators, parents and business leaders constantly modify
schooling to give children the skills they will need to succeed when
they become adults.

***and***

Co-sponsors for the Extravaganza include HSBC, the Rockland Teachers’
Center Institute, the East Ramapo Teachers’ Center, Nyack Teachers’
Center, St. Thomas Aquinas College, Rockland Reading Council,
Palisades Association for the Education of Young Children, Rockland
21st Century Collaboration of Children and Youth, William Paterson
University, and Manhattan College.

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MNews2
MNEWS: communications curriculum

http:// http://www.nypost.com /seven/ 10162007 /news/ regionalnews
/budding_burned_steins.htm

BUDDING BURNED-STEINS
By DENISE BUFFA

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October 16, 2007 — Journalism students at Manhattan College have their
first exposé: what they charge is a bait-and-switch scam at their
Riverdale school.

Many say they chose the Catholic school because of its full
communications curriculum. But now its nearly 50 course offerings will
be halved next school year – after a partnership ended with the
College of Mount St. Vincent.

“My grandpa went to Manhattan. My uncle went to Manhattan,” said
aspiring TV anchor Jessica Zimmerman, a sophomore who’s transferring
to Stony Brook University.

“I thought it was a perfect fit,” said aspiring TV anchor Jessica
Zimmerman, who’s transferring to Stony Brook University.

Manhattan College’s director of college relations, Lydia Gray, said in
a statement, “Manhattan is in the process of fine-tuning a dynamic
communications curriculum that will launch in the fall of `08 and is
currently building a state-of-the-art studio as well as hiring faculty.”

***End Quote***

{JR: More fall out and casualties from the abortive attempt to make
CMSV and MC a unified stronger competitor in the education
marketplace. It implies a criminal motive. Maybe they’ll have learned
a valuable lesson — caveat emptor?}

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EMAIL FROM JASPERS
(Disclaimer emails may be edited for form, but never substance.)

JEmail01
ADMINISTRIVIA: Some light at the end of the tunnel for
@alumni.manhattan.edu addresses

By {privacy invoked}

DON’T QUOTE ME, BUT … …

Last night, at the Manhattan College Information Technology Board of
Advisors meeting, I found out that the responsibility for “alumni
systems” has been transferred to the “regular” IT group.

No longer will rogue IT uses be permitted on essential MC systems. (Duh!)

So, what does that mean?

The ability to get new, and change old, @alum.manhattan.edu addresses
has been tied to limitations in the “alumni systems”. I’ve been
griping about that at literally every opportunity for my fellow alums
(i.e., I have mine and it still works).

Relief should be available right after the holidays.

The professional IT folks confided that it should be fixed shortly
after EOY07. (They need a dead spot in the schedule to slip in some
new code. Understandable.) Considering the pro’s track record, <<they
are great imho>>, I feel that it’s going to happen.

So a little more patience. That’s the cavalry bugle over the hill.
Help is on the way.

More when I get it. But don’t quote me!

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JEmail02
From: Mike McEneney [1953]
Sent: Saturday, October 13, 2007 12:02 AM
To: Reinke’s Jasper (mc68alum) Persona
Subject: Re: [JasperJottingsEditorial] JASPER ACTIONABLE OBIT: EXPIRES
12OCT07 Shrewsbury, MA MC???? Beaney, Joseph P. “Joe”

Dear John,

I believe that Joe is a member of the Class of 1947.

May He Rest In Peace.

Mike

—– Original Message —–

From: Reinke’s Jasper (mc68alum) Persona
To: 2YahooMCAlum
Cc: Feeney, Grace H. [MCsft] ; ‘McCarthy, Thomas [MC2006] [MCstf]’
Sent: Thursday, October 11, 2007
Subject: [JasperJottingsEditorial] JASPER ACTIONABLE OBIT: EXPIRES
12OCT07 Shrewsbury, MA MC???? Beaney, Joseph P. “Joe”

—1—

From: Dick Kaufmann [1968]
Sent: Saturday, October 13, 2007 4:54 PM
To: John Reinke
Subject: Joseph P Beaney JJ 10/14/07 Edition

Hi John

My MCAD (1990) lists Mr. Beaney as a graduate of the class of 1947.

Best regards,
Rich Kaufmann, MP’64, MC’68

–2–

From: Reinke’s Jasper (mc68alum) Persona
Sent: Saturday, October 13, 2007 10:20 PM
To: ‘Dick Kaufmann’
Subject: [JasperJottingsEditorial] RE: Joseph P Beaney JJ 10/14/07 Edition

Thanks, Dick. Mike sent that in the wee hours Saturday morning. Too
late for me to include it, but I appreciate the message. I need lots
of help. fjohn68

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{JR: There are some unsung heros behind the scenes here at the Jasper
Jottings Newsroom. “I know all the Jaspers and their class years” Mike
relentlessly, and Dick backing him up on the “old green alumni
directory”, are always there to keep me going. Thanks guys. }

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JEmail03
From: Gerard M. Delaney [1975]
Sent: Saturday, October 13, 2007 11:10 AM
To: Reinke John
Subject: Anorexia

John,

That model looks like she just walked out of a death camp. What have
we done to our women?

Gerard ’75

Gerard M. Delaney

Go mbeannai Dia, a Maírha, a Padraig thu

–1–

From: Reinke’s Jasper (mc68alum) Persona
Sent: Saturday, October 13, 2007 4:14 PM
To: ‘Gerard M. Delaney’
Subject: RE: Anorexia

GMD75: imho I’d say we objectified them. It’s the Playboy effect.
Changed them from the Intelligent Designer’s gift to men, and visa
versa, into a dirty joke. Look at all the inet porn. The coarsening of
society isn’t sophistication, but a lack of respect for essential
humanity. Every human has to be free enough to accomplish their
dreams. Instead we stuff women in boxes (i.e., models have to be
thin). Men have to be Adonis! Instead of valuing everyone, “we” as a
society turn them in superficial objects to “service” our worst
impulses. It’s sad. fjohn68

–2–

From: Gerard M. Delaney
Sent: Sunday, October 14, 2007 10:49 AM
To: Reinke’s Jasper (mc68alum) Persona
Subject: Re: Anorexia

John,

I think that’s exactly right. Making people into “things.” Isn’t that
what slavery’s all about?

And of course, the work of the Adversary.

Gerard

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JEmail04
From: Sheryl Chung (Class 1996)
Sent: Saturday, October 13, 2007 12:47 PM
Subject: Sheryl Chung

Hi John,

Can you discontinue my receipt of the Jasper Jottings for the current
time. My schedule has gotten very heavy for the year and I unable to
devote the time I had over the summer to read through all of your nice
articles. But do stay in touch.

Bye,

Sheryl Chung (Class 1996)

{JR: Sigh, jilted again! }

{JR: For the record, anyone can suspend their own email subscription
by just going to the Yahoo Group and setting it to “no mail”. That’s
all that I do. (It too much of a hassle to delete and then re-add if
and when someone changes their mind. }

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JASPERS FOUND WEB-WISE

JFound1
JFound: Pinzon, Roland (1996) (on FRIENDSTER)

REPORTING FROM THE FRIENDSTER DESK
IN THE JASPER JOTTINGS NEWSROOM

http://profiles.friendster.com/21166997

Pinzon, Roland (1996)

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Roland Pinzon
“R.I.P. Biggie. You’ll be missed greatly.”
* Male, 34, Single
* Interested In: Friends
* Member Since: Aug 2005
* Location: Bronx, NY
* Hometown: Bronx
* College: Manhattan College
* Company: New York University
* Last Login: 2 days
More about Roland
* Hobbies and Interests:
Love talk radio-XM is awesome, Zogsports-playing in a league in the
city, love street fairs and flea markets, people watching
* Favorite Books:
On The Road-Jack Kerouac, Naked-David Sedaris, Ragtime, Travels With
Charlie
* Favorite Movies:
Billy Madison, Excalibur, Dazed and Confused, Goodfellas, Half Baked,
Swingers, Bottlerocket, Saving Private Ryan, Band of Brothers, Hero
* Favorite Music:
Hip Hop-old school, Radiohead, Beastie Boys, Radiohead, Me First and
the Gimmee Gimmees
* Favorite TV Shows:
Anything sports, Iron Chef, Family Guy, Entourage, any cheesy 80’s sitcom
Testimonials and Comments for Roland
{Extraneous Deleted}
* Marica
* Posted 06/13/2006 00:50 AM
* So the big question is: after Uncle Robin, who’s next? You??? I’m
keeping my fingers crossed for my coolest uncle ever hehehe! <br />
Next time you drop by, remember that a vacation should never be less
than 2 weeks. Okish????
* Leah Pinzon
* Posted 05/24/2006 05:46 AM
* My most favorite cousin. No matter how much you enjoy being a
bachelor, I hope you’ll find the one for you someday. See you when you
get back! Mwah!

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{JR: Interesting stuff. Can we make a “match” for him?}

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JFound2
JFound: Martin, Steven [MC1979] (on MARTINDALE)

REPORTING FROM THE MARTINDALE DESK
IN THE JASPER JOTTINGS NEWSROOM

http://www.leaheyandjohnson.com/martin.html

Martin, Steven [MC1979]

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Steven Martin, (Member) born Hackensack, New Jersey, October 13, 1957;
admitted to bar, 1992, New York, New Jersey and U.S. District Court,
Southern and Eastern Districts of New York and District of New Jersey.
Education: Manhattan College (B.A., 1979); New York Law School (J.D.,
1991). Managing Attorney. Former Chief Clerk, Leahey & Johnson, P.C.
Practice Areas: Civil Litigation; Litigation Management;
Transportation; Premises Liability.

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JFound3
JFound: Hallenback, Cheryl (MC2006) (on FACEBOOK)

REPORTING FROM THE FACEBOOK DESK
IN THE JASPER JOTTINGS NEWSROOM

http://manhattan.facebook.com/profile.php?id=32101837

Hallenback, Cheryl (MC2006)

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Cheryl Hallenback
Networks: Manhattan College Alum `06
Sex: Female
Interested In: Men
Relationship Status: Single
Birthday: January 31, 1984
Hometown: Glen Cove, NY
Education Info
Colleges: * Manhattan College `06
* Sociology, Psychology, Government
* University of Phoenix (national)
High School: * Glen Cove High School `02
Work Info
Employer: Madonna Heights-SCO Family Services
Position: Youth Care Worker
Description: Counsel and work closely with young women ages 12-18
living in a residential treatment center

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JFound4
JFound: Lee, Max (MC2005) (on FACEBOOK)

REPORTING FROM THE FACEBOOK DESK
IN THE JASPER JOTTINGS NEWSROOM

http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=32102737

Lee, Max (MC2005)

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Networks: New York, NY
Manhattan College Alum `05
Sex: Male
Interested In: Women
Relationship Status: Single
Birthday: November 17, 1983
Hometown: Bronx, NY
Political Views: Other
Personal Info
Activities: My life right now consists of working out so i can get in
shape and doing what i love which is the martial arts, my life is
martial arts.
Interests: Women, Music, Movies, Working Out, Martial Arts, Women!
Favorite Music: R & B
Favorite TV Shows: Smallville, Prison Break, Simpsons, Lost is the
shit……..
Favorite Movies: Harold and Kumar Go To White Castle
Favorite Books: The Da Vinci Code, Hamlet, Memoirs of a Geisha, The
Karate Dojo, Tao of Jeet Kun Do, The History of Karate: Okinawan Goju-Ryu
Favorite Quotes: A warrior does not give up what he loves, he finds
the love in what he does!
About Me: Wait For This Too!
Education and Work
Education Info
College: * Manhattan College `05
* Radiological & Health Sciences, Allied Health
High School:
* Hostos Lincoln Academy `01
Work Info
Employer: Eastchester Center for Cancer Care
Position: Radiation Therapist
Description: Saving Lives Babie!!!!!!!!!!!!

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MC mentioned web-wise

MFound1
{NOTHING}

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JASPER’s BLOGGING

JBlog
{NOTHING}

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Old
My list of previously reported Jasper Bloggers here:

http://jxymxu7sn5ho9d.wordpress.com/about/jasper-bloggers/

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Sports from College

(http://www.gojaspers.com)

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Boilerplate
Control your own subscription:

(1) Send a message from your old email account to
Distribute_Jasper_Jottings-unsubscribe@yahoogroups.com saying that
you’re switching.

(2) Send a message from your new email account to
Distribute_Jasper_Jottings-subscribe@yahoogroups.com with your name
and class year.

To keep me from spamming you, Yahoo only permits me to invite and
delete people. I can NOT just ADD your email address.

AND you’re done. With zero extra work for the CIC! :-)

http://www.jasperjottings.com/boilerplate.htm

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Curmudgeon’s Final Words This Week
http://www.lewrockwell.com/orig7/ellsberg2.html

*** begin quote ***

They believe we need a different kind of government now, an Executive
government essentially, rule by decree, which is what we’re getting
with signing statements. Signing statements are talked about as
line-item vetoes which is one [way] of describing them which are
unconstitutional in themselves, but in other ways are just saying the
president says “I decide what I enforce. I decide what the law is. I
legislate.”

*** end quote ***

Yup, “we the people” have fallen asleep at the switch. In the belief
that “it cn’t happen here”. Well, it has under our very noses.

And, like the Gordian knot, it’s a noose tied very tightly around our
neck’s. And, like the Gordian knot, we need a sharp sword to cut
through the `barbara streisand” and get us back our freedom.
And that’s the last word.

Curmudgeon

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GBu GBA

“Bon courage a vous tous”

-30-

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