Mary Jane Quinn Parrow ’59 and Fred Parrow ’60 have lived in Spring, Texas, for the past 43 years. Fred is retired from Shell Oil Company, where he was a manager for office leasing. They enjoy golf and travel.
Peter Sulzbach ’62 is a realtor in Fort Myers, Fla.
Otto Thomas ’63 lives in San Diego. During his time in Oswego, he was active in swimming, soccer, symphonic choir, band and musicals. He also served as a resident assistant.
Carol Hoffman Emerson ’67 of Stanley, N.Y., is retired from a career in education. She and her husband, Roger, enjoy traveling and spending time with family and friends in the Finger Lakes region.
Ron Smith ’67 of Sayville, N.Y., is regional political action coordinator for the New York State United Teachers in Suffolk County, N.Y. He also serves as executive vice president for the Long Island Federation of Labor and as a state committee member for the Working Families party. He was a teacher in the Sayville Public School District for 37 years before retiring. He enjoys sailing with his wife, June, near Long Island and in the Caribbean.
Kenneth Trager ’67 lives in Greensboro, N.C., with his wife, Shirley Lenhardt Trager ’69. He retired from 36 years as a public high school social studies teacher and is a volunteer for the Greensboro Science Center and Greensboro History Museum. The Tragers have two daughters.
Joseph Armstrong ’70 of Normal, Ill., professor of botany emeritus for Illinois State University, was presented the Distinguished Fellow Award by the Botanical Society of America. The award is the society’s highest honor for scholarship, teaching, advocacy and service to the profession.
Karen Marzynski ’70 of Syracuse, N.Y., is a retired 6th grade teacher who volunteers for charitable organizations, including Delta Kappa Gamma’s Alpha Iota Chapter, to raise funds for scholarships for girls in Oswego County; Friendly Service for Oswego County; and the Rosamond Gifford Zoo in Syracuse. She and fellow Theta Chi Rho sisters in the Central New York area meet on a monthly basis to visit a place of interest and enjoy the sisterhood they started at Oswego.
John A. Lang ’71 of Syracuse, N.Y., retired after 34 years of teaching in the Syracuse City School District. In retirement, John has been a docent for the Everson Museum, a volunteer at the Landmark theatre and, most recently, an officer and trip leader for the Adirondack Mountain Club. He enjoys keeping fit and participating in triathlons. He’ll never forget having seen The Doors at his freshmen orientation.
Carol Lebiedzinski ’71 was named October 2016’s Rosamond Gifford Zoo (Syracuse, N.Y.) volunteer of the month. She retired in 2005 from a 34-year teaching career with the Chittenango Central School District, where she taught science to students in grades 7 through 10. She later completed the Rosamond Gifford Zoo volunteer training class, selecting the Zoo to You program as her focus.
Francine Zolkower Wolf ’71 of Largo, Fla., is a professional actor. She is part of the Stuff Happens Improv Theatre, which appears monthly at the new Safety Harbor (Fla.) Art and Music Center. She teaches acting and improv and runs ZaZu Productions, which specializes in entertainment and celebrity caricature impersonations for events. She has also developed and taught improv workshops.
David Hults ’72 of Harrisdale, Australia, retired after more than 40 years working in higher education in Australia.
Robert A. Rubinstein ’72, Ph.D., was honored by the American Public Health Association for his research and advocacy on peace and human rights as the recipient of the 2016 Victor Sidel and Barry Levy Award for Peace. Rubinstein is a Syracuse University professor.
Richard Goldstein ’73 of New Bern, N.C., is a self-employed independent agent for Medicare Supplement Insurance Service Inc.
Roger Hancock ’74 of Quincy, Mass., retired in fall 2016 as senior software engineer for Cerner Corporation.
T. Scott King ’74 of Delray Beach, Fla., joined the board of advisors for Zimmerman Advertising.
Patricia McMahon ’74 moved to Houston after living in Western Australia for five years. She writes children’s books and poetry.
Joseph-Michael Midura ’74 is the historian for the city of North Tonawanda, N.Y.
Glendon Widrick ’74 of Castorland, N.Y., retired from teaching chemistry and mathematics for the Beaver River (N.Y.) Central School District. He now teaches part time for the Lowville Academy & Central School District, and enjoys traveling to Florida and visiting grandchildren.
Mary Etta Schneider ’75 serves as board chair and president for Historic Huguenot Street, an organization dedicated to collecting, preserving and interpreting history in New Paltz, N.Y.
Lynne Benson “Bense” Stangl ’75 is retired and living in Oceanside, Calif.
Patrick Bradley ’76 of Lewiston, N.Y., is director of public relations and communications for the Niagara Falls (N.Y.) Memorial Medical Center.
Rosemary Battista Ingersoll ’76 retired as a teacher for the Oswego City School District’s Kingsford Park School in June 2013 after 37 years of teaching.
Benita Zahn ’76 was honored with the Zonta Club of the Upper Hudson Valley (N.Y.) “People Making A Difference” award. Benita, who holds a doctorate degree in professional studies/bioethics, co-anchors NewsChannel 13 Live at 5 and 6 p.m. broadcasts. She is also a health reporter, covering issues including wellness, treatment breakthroughs, aging, nutrition and the latest healthcare trends. She co-produces and hosts Health LINK on WMHT and writes a weekly column for the “Live Smart” page in the Albany Times Union newspaper. Her work has garnered numerous awards such as the Distinguished Communicator Award/American Women in Radio and Television, Women Against MS honoree and media awards from the American Cancer Society, American Lung Association and American Heart Association.
James Mignogna ’77 is a retired pilot. He lives in Cazenovia, N.Y.
William Smith ’77 is a retired programmer analyst. He lives in Port Matilda, Pa.
Kevin McMahon ’78 formed a consulting firm, McMahon Siegel Group, based in Colorado Springs, Colo. McMahon was chairman and chief executive officer of design firm Edwards and Kelcey and, after its 2007 purchase by Jacobs Engineering, group vice president of that firm. Siegel was also chairman and chief executive officer of Kleinfelder, where he led its global expansion.
Susan Davis Winn ’78 of Camillus, N.Y., teaches at the Roxboro Road Elementary School in the North Syracuse (N.Y.) Central School District.
Gregory Wittman ’78 of Lakewood, Wash., is a pilot for Alaska Airlines. He is retired from the United States Air Force Reserves.
Edward Zak ’78 of Holland Patent, N.Y., is a visiting assistant professor for SUNY Oswego.
Deb Howe Allen ’80 is director of advancement for the Fairport (N.Y.) Baptist Homes Foundation.
Bill Holt ’80 of Scotia, N.Y., is a state of New York Division of Criminal Justice employee who also serves as a volunteer firefighter and served 10 years for the U.S. Naval Reserves.
Pamela Landry ’80 of Milford, Conn., is operations manager for Quinnipiac University’s WQUN Radio.
Rosemary A. Cardamone Crane ’81 joined the board of directors for Unilife Corporation, a medical device and drug delivery systems company headquartered in York, Pa.
Michael McCauley ’81 of Orlando, Fla., retired in 2014 as supervisor for customer service at Southwest Airlines in the Orlando International Airport. Prior to moving to Orlando, he served for 20 years in the Oswego (N.Y.) Fire Department.
Brian P. Ward ’81 was promoted to a company officer as managing director for Global Markets, GE Energy Financial Services in GE Capital. With more than 34 years at GE, Brian has held leadership positions in finance, risk, quality and global markets.
Lisa Morelli Ferron ’82 of Mount Juliet, Tenn., is a senior business IT analyst for HealthStream Inc. in Nashville, Tenn. She serves on the board of her local International Institute of Business Analysis chapter as communications chair and volunteers with Women Get I.T. as a mentor for women interested in technology careers. She has been married for 34 years and has two daughters.
Frannie Franc ’82 of Newtown, Pa., is an educational consultant, supervisor and adjunct faculty member for the School of Education at the College of New Jersey.
Debbie Smith Murray ’82 and John Murray ’84 of Cross River, N.Y., celebrated their 30th wedding anniversary on Sept. 27, 2016, with their children, Ryan and Lauren, in New York City.
William Pfund ’82 of Sylvania, Ohio, is the director of analytical services for NAMSA, a medical research organization.
Marci Chase Haas ’83 of Stony Point, N.Y., performs systems architecture and planning for the AT&T Matching Gift Company.
Lela Katzman ’83 has owned marketing communications firm Full Spectrum Communications since 1996. She lives in Loudonville, N.Y., with her husband, Jonathan Koppel ’83. Their son Zachary Koppel ’13 graduated with a degree in broadcast and mass communications; he currently works for the State Employees Federal Credit Union and lives in Watervliet, N.Y. Their other son Josh graduated from the University of Massachusetts.
Jim Maniccia ’84 M’99 is a technology teacher for Westhill High School in Syracuse, N.Y., and chair of the Syracuse-area chapter of the Society of Manufacturing Engineers.
Michael Perrin ’84 was appointed executive deputy commissioner of the New York State Office of Temporary and Disability Assistance. He lives in Albany, N.Y., with his wife of 23 years, Susan, who is the daughter of former SUNY Oswego Professor of Political Science Fred Bartle, who retired in 1986. They have two children.
Jay Ahuja ’85 produced, with Charlotte (N.C.) MeDIA veterans, Live from The Double Door Inn: A Documentary. The documentary traces the history of Charlotte’s home of the blues for 43 years.
Timothy J. Harrington ’85 of Prescott, Ariz., is managing director for edtech startup, Fidelis Education. Previously, he held multiple positions focused on academic leadership, student success and education technology research with DeVry Education Group. He holds a doctorate in education leadership.
Cynthia Ryerson Kehoe ’85 of Rock Hill, S.C., is a certified nurses aide and Red Cross volunteer.
Lynda Swart ’85 of Fort Myers, Fla., is a legislative assistant for the City of Sanibel, Sanibel Island, Fla. Previously, she had been an educator for the Walton (N.Y.) Central School District.
Allan DeCarlo ’86 M’95 CAS’03 teaches Advanced Placement American History and Advanced Placement American Government at Pittsford Mendon High School in Rochester, N.Y. He has worked in education for more than 30 years.
Peter Devine ’86 of Rockville Centre, N.Y., is executive director for law firm Molod Spitz & DeSantis, P.C. in New York City.
John Oakley ’86 is a police lieutenant for the city of Yonkers, N.Y.
Matthew Berndt ’87 of Austin, Texas, is an employment specialist for the Indeed.com Idea Center.
Keith Chamberlain ’87 of Pottstown, Pa., is chief marketing officer for Healthworks Inc.
John T. Greene ’87 is executive vice president and chief financial officer of Bioverativ, a planned spin-off company of Biogen, which is headquartered in Cambridge, Mass. Previously, he was chief financial officer of Willis Group and for HSBC Holdings. Earlier in his career, he spent 12 years in various roles at General Electric.
Michael Liebe ’87 has been teaching English in Korea since December 1992, at a college in Daegu, a city north of Busan.
Geri Penz Vaeth ’87 of Henrietta, N.Y., is a secretary for Genesee Community College in Batavia, N.Y.
Mark Delaney ’88 of Smithtown, N.Y., is retail strategy principle for the mobile computer division at Zebra (formerly Motorola) and lives with his wife, Kathy, and their three children.
Christopher Hurd ’89 M’94 was one of five educators recognized nationally in 2016 with Project Lead the Way’s Teacher of the Year Award. He was one of the first teachers in the area to participate in PLTW through Cazenovia (N.Y.) schools. PLTW is a nonprofit educational organization that emphasizes computer science, engineering and biomedical science curricula.
Tina Panepinto Smeal ’89 is principal for the G.J. Mann Elementary School in the Niagara Falls (N.Y.) City School District.
Jill Spelina ’89 of Havertown, Pa., graduated in May 2016 from Villanova University with a Ph.D. in engineering.
Lynne Merletti Tompkins ’89 was recognized during an awards dinner at Niagara University as U.S. Educational Leader of the Year. She has worked in the Niagara Falls (N.Y.) City School District for the past 26 years. Since 2007, she has been a critical partner in developing summer STEM camps for children at Niagara University.
Jeannine Feldeisen Haas ’90 is chief marketing officer for Gulfstream Aerospace Corp. She previously served as the chief managing officer for Avis Budget Group. During her tenure, she was named to Forbes’ 50 Most Influential CMOs of 2014, Brand Innovators Top 50 Women in Marketing 2014 and 2015 and Advertising Women of New York’s 2015 Working Mothers of the Year list.
Dee Marie M’90 of Minetto, N.Y., is a writer for Conceptual Images Publishing and a registered animal-assisted therapy team with her labrador retriever.
Thomas Bailer ’91 M’96 of Pennellville, N.Y., was appointed to the position of principal for the John C. Birdlebough High School in the Phoenix (N.Y.) Central School District in July 2016.
John Myers ’91 of Elmhurst, N.Y., is the director of enrollment management at the New York University Steinhardt School of Education in New York City.
Robert Park ’91 is vice president for School Channel and Student Success at MeasureOne, a higher education data and analytics firm.
Daniel Walker ’91 of Glen Ridge, N.J., is a lighting designer for Full Spectrum Productions. He has worked on Once, Paramour, Cirque Du Soleil on Broadway, Cats, Disney’s Tarzan and the Christmas Spectacular at Radio City in New York, N.Y.
Jamie Vitale Cuda M’92 of Frankfort, N.Y., is an assistant professor at Mohawk Valley Community College. She earned a doctorate in education from St. John Fisher College in August 2016. She chairs the MVCC Hiring Systems Advisory Council and the MVCC Health Sciences Library Committee.
Karen Kopryanski ’93 is an assistant professor of theatre for the Virginia Commonwealth University School of the Arts. She had previously been with the Boston Conservatory.
Deborah Kiley Torres ’93 of Valhalla, N.Y., is ethics and compliance communications manager for Deloitte & Touche LLP.
Jason Bristol ’95 joined the KHOU 11 sports team in Houston in fall 2016. Bristol has been the WHP sports director in Harrisburg, Pa., for more than 10 years, winning 20 Mid-Atlantic Emmy awards and three Edward R. Murrow Regional awards as a sports reporter and anchor. The Pennsylvania Associated Press Broadcasters Association awarded him first place in sports casting three years in a row. Before WHP, Bristol was a sports anchor for the Empire Sports network and WSTM in Syracuse, N.Y. He appears weekdays on KHOU 11 News and hosts KHOU 11 Sports Extra on Sunday nights.
I-Chun Chen M’95 of Hsinchu, Taiwan, is manager for Powerchip Technology Corp.
Mike Scerbo ’95 has been named assistant athletic director for compliance at Duquesne University in Pittsburgh. Mike, who went 109-82 in 11 seasons as the head women’s lacrosse coach for the Dukes, led Duquesne to an Atlantic 10 Championship appearance in each of his past six seasons. He leaves his post as the winningest lacrosse coach in school history.
Jeff Solan ’95 M’97 became superintendent of Cheshire (Conn.) Public Schools in July 2016. He was formerly principal of Cheshire High School.
Scott Geller ’97 is managing partner of Adaptive Workplace Solutions, LLC in Melville, N.Y.
Ted Metellus ’97 of New York City is in charge of course operations, including event safety and security, for Rock N’ Roll Marathon at the Competitor Group. He received the Professional of the Year Award from the National Center for Spectator Sports Safety & Security.
George Morris ’97 is an oncology clinical trials research registered nurse for the Providence Portland Medical Center in Portland, Ore.
Melanie Trulby ’97 of Beachwood, N.J., is a radio traffic manager for Press Communications LLC in Neptune, N.J.
Adam Plante ’98 is an agent for Brightway, Riverside in Jacksonville, Fla. He also volunteers with Equality Florida and the Jacksonville Coalition for Equality.
Michael Sussman ’98 of Old Bethpage, N.Y., is vice president of SterlingRisk Inc. in Woodbury, N.Y.
Taryn Croot Weinstein ’99 M’04 became the director of student affairs at Dartmouth Geisel School of Medicine in Hanover, N.H. in February 2016.
Robert Yasinsac ’99 is a featured photographer at the New York State Museum in Albany, N.Y., for his Hudson Valley Ruins exhibition from August 2016 through December 2017. The exhibit, based on his 2006 book Hudson Valley Ruins: Forgotten Landmarks of an American Landscape, features more than 80 photographs of approximately 60 locations, and is supplemented by architectural fragments and historical ephemera from the museum and private collections.
Lisa Brodsky ’00 of Belleville, N.J., is journal production manager for Cenveo Corporation in Columbia, Md.
Jason Pasion ’00 is the head coach of tennis programs for Hofstra University in Hempstead, N.Y. Previously, Jason had the same job at the New York Institute of Technology. He played for SUNY Oswego during his time as a student.
Colleen Politowski ’00 has been named principal at St. Andrew’s Country Day School in Kenmore, N.Y. She most recently served as the principal at St. John Vianney School in Orchard Park, N.Y. Previously, she was the principal of St. Francis of Assisi School in Tonawanda, N.Y.
Nicole Rookey Dzuba ’01 of Baldwinsville, N.Y., is senior marketing coordinator for C&S Companies of Syracuse, N.Y.
Mia Hodgins ’02 is the assistant director of development at Monroe Community College in Rochester, N.Y.
Joshua Noble ’02 is junior/senior high school assistant principal and the athletic director for the New Lebanon (N.Y.) Board of Education. He began his teaching career in the Smithtown (N.Y.) Central School District, teaching sixth grade mathematics and English Language Arts, before moving on to Chatham (N.Y.) Central School District to teach mathematics and science.
Natasha Johnson Polito ’02 of Webster, N.Y., is a broadcast media account executive for WHEC-TV 10 NBC in Rochester, N.Y.
Margaret Bowen ’03 is zoo manager for Phillips Park Zoo in Aurora, Ill. She has nearly 20 years of experience working in the animal care field at zoos and animal clinics throughout the country.
Jill Cotter ’03 of Rochester, N.Y., is office assistant for the University of Rochester’s Larry & Cindy Bloch Alumni & Advancement Center.
Sherry Stock Faye ’03 of Livermore, Calif., is a postdoctoral researcher for the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. She earned a Master of Science in health physics and Ph.D. in radiochemistry, both from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. She also completed a one-year postdoctoral scholar position at the University of California at Berkeley.
Jennifer O’Connor Teepe ’03 of Albany, N.Y., is a laboratory center administrator with the state Department of Health.
Megan Ingersoll Walters ’03 M’04 is tax manager for Fust Charles Chambers LLP in Syracuse, N.Y.
Brent Danega ’04 ’05 M’14 of LaFayette, N.Y., was honored in November 2016 as a recipient of the Central New York Business Journal 40 under 40 award at the Oncenter in Syracuse, N.Y. Recipients are selected for excelling in the workplace and giving back to their community. Brent is a human resources associate for the State University of New York at Cortland.
Stephen Hoffman ’04 of Craryville, N.Y., is a senior graphic designer for the Merrill Corporation.
Whitney Chase Howell ’04 is a software developer for Mainstream Technologies. Previously, she worked in government contracting and in the healthcare sector. She and her husband live in Cabot, Ark., with their four children.
Benjamin New M’04 was appointed by the Morrisville-Eaton (N.Y.) Board of Education as its new middle/high school principal. He was previously the principal for the Bolivar Road Elementary School in the Chittenango (N.Y.) Central School District.
Amanda McKenna Viel ’04 M’05 is the principal for Millard Hawk Primary School in Central Square, N.Y.
Katherine Doe ’05 of Mount Pleasant, S.C., is director of product marketing for Equifax.
Stefania Fusillo ’05 of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, is a senior human resources consultant for the Canadian Food Inspection Agency’s Learning Division in Ottawa.
Scott Grau ’05 M’08 of Liverpool, N.Y., joined INFICON as a customer service manager. He previously worked for Eaton Corp.
Robert Palazzo M’05 CAS’08 was appointed principal at Panther Valley Elementary in Nesquehoning, Pa. Previously, Palazzo was employed by the Palmerton (Pa.) School District, most recently as a school psychologist.
Johanna Vining-Shopmyer ’05 of Schenectady, N.Y., is a professional development manager for the New York State Association of School Business Officials in Albany, N.Y.
Ashley Babbitt Cady ’06 of Clarence Center, N.Y., is a special education teacher for Iroquois High School in Elma, N.Y.
Elizabeth Farwell Gawinski ’06 CAS’09 of Cicero, N.Y., is a school psychologist for the Central Square (N.Y.) School District.
Andrea Ormsby ’06 of Banner Elk, N.C., is a high school math teacher for Watauga County (N.C.) Public Schools.
Jason Poland ’06 M’09 of Mohegan Lake, N.Y., is a security guard for Securitas Security Services.
Brian J. Potter ’06 was promoted to senior tax manager at Dannible & McKee LLP in Syracuse, N.Y. He joined the firm in 2006. He is a certified public accountant and a member of American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the New York State Society of CPAs.
Erika Fenton Reed ’06 of Fulton, N.Y., and her family welcomed Tucker James, who was born on May 2, 2016, in Oswego City Hospital. She is a supervisor for Home Depot.
Michael Sellitti ’06 of Sidney Center, N.Y., is founder of Skytop Digital Media LLC.
Kelly Gardner Williamson ’06 of Canastota, N.Y., joined MedTech Association as a marketing and events manager. Previously, she was coordinator of public relations and alumni communications at SUNY Morrisville (N.Y.).
Trevor Backer ’07 is a mobile crisis clinician for Cascadia Behavioral Healthcare in Portland, Ore.
Theresa Ruane DePierro ’07 M’ 08 of Raleigh, N.C., is AVP for internal audit at Credit Suisse in Morrisville, N.C.
Stephan DiFlorio ’07 of Lockport, N.Y., married Amanda Steenbergh on Aug. 23, 2016. He is a technology teacher at North Park Academy in Buffalo, N.Y.
Amber Singleton Fagin ’07 of Alexandria, Va., performs commercial/mechanical outside sales for Ferguson Enterprises in Beltsville, Md.
Laura Kinnally Minor ’07 of Millis, Mass., is a preschool teacher for the Wellesley Nursery School in Wellesley Hills, Mass.
Mike Rulffes ’07 was appointed director of provider services and service line development at Crouse Hospital in Syracuse, N.Y. Mike joined Crouse Hospital in 2014 as the manager for the Orthopedic and Spine Co-Management group. He previously served at St. Joseph’s Hospital Health Center in Syracuse, and at the Cleveland Clinic (Ohio) from 2007 to 2012.
Richard Shea ’07 of Albany, N.Y., is associate principal for the Berkshire Union Free School District in Canaan, N.Y.
Matthew Jerauld ’08 of Round Lake, N.Y., is a central sterile technician for Saratoga Hospital in Saratoga Springs, N.Y.
Sarah Kane ’08 M’15 of Endwell, N.Y., is a deputy director of budget for Broome County (N.Y.).
Diana Major ’08 studied avian and tropical ecology in the Amazon River basin in summer 2016. She is a senior aviculturist and zookeeper at SeaWorld and lives in San Diego.
Gary Sutton ’08 M’10 of Hilton Head Island, S.C., is the interim registrar for the University of South Carolina—Beaufort.
Michael Ferlito ’09 of Penfield, N.Y., is product development manager for HM Clause, a biotechnology company.
Tamar Greene ’09 appeared at Bristol Riverside Theatre in Bristol, Pa., in the role of Booker T. Washington in Ragtime. Tamar also performed as Crab Man in Porgy and Bess at the Spoleto Festival USA in Charleston, S.C.
Andrea Bunker Harris ’09 of North Tonawanda, N.Y., is employed by The Travel Team Inc. in Buffalo, N.Y.
Matthew Peirson ’09 of Camillus, N.Y., is the owner and coffee roaster for Simple Roast Coffee. He began roasting coffee as a hobby while studying entrepreneurship at SUNY Oswego, selling his products at farmer’s markets.
Erin O’Connor Goldman ’10 is controller for SUNY Oswego Auxiliary Services.
Kate Wilcox ’11 is senior brand manager for The Martin Group in Rochester, N.Y. Wilcox previously worked for Butler/Till in Rochester.
Meredith Mesick Askew ’12 of Syracuse, N.Y., is an implementation consultant in time and labor management for ADP Inc., and has received Society for Human Resource Management certified professional status.
Matthew Berrigan ’12 M’13 is a senior audit associate for Fust Charles Chambers LLP in Syracuse, N.Y.
Christina Blanchard ’12 of Hilo, Hawaii, is chief operating officer for Eye Care Hawaii.
Kevin Clary ’12 M’13 is a special project analyst for Fust Charles Chambers LLP in Syracuse, N.Y.
Christopher Daniel ’12 M’13 is a tax senior associate at Dermody, Burke & Brown, CPAs LLC in Syracuse, N.Y.
Brady Farkas ’12 is program director at WCPV-FM, the ESPN affiliate in Burlington, Vt. Previously, he was a radio producer and on-air voice for WTMM-FM in the Albany, N.Y. region.
Daniel J. Fetter ’12 joined Scolaro, Fetter, Grizanti, McGough & King P.C. as an attorney in the firm’s estate planning and wealth preservation, agricultural services and business and tax practice group. He is a graduate of the Ohio Northern University Claude W. Pettit College of Law.
Ryan Gorman ’12 M’13 is a senior audit associate for Fust Charles Chambers LLP in Syracuse, N.Y.
Lewis Karpel ’12 of Minneapolis is the staff news photojournalist at WCCO-TV CBS in Minneapolis. Previously, he worked for WSTM-TV, WSTQ-TV, WTVH-TV, CNYcentral.com, the NBC, CW and CBS-affiliated stations in Syracuse, N.Y.
Aaron Murphy ’12 of Lowell, Mass., is an English as a second language teacher. Following his time in Oswego, he taught at a K-3 elementary school in North Carolina, earning a Rookie Teacher of the Year Award, as well as a teaching award for having exemplary instructional practices. After four years of teaching, he earned a master’s degree from Western Governors University.
Joshua Snyder ’12 of Dansville, N.Y., is a project specialist for The Gunlocke Company.
Kara Alheim ’13 is content and marketing manager for CenterState CEO in Syracuse, N.Y.
Brittany Carbacio ’13 M’14 was promoted to audit senior at Dannible & McKee LLP in Syracuse, N.Y. She joined the firm in 2013.
Brian Donegan M’13 of Cortland, N.Y., is a digital meteorologist for www.weather.com.
Andrew Hare ’13 is the new ice hockey goalie for the Fayetteville (N.C.) FireAntz. Following his time on the SUNY Oswego ice hockey team, he spent the next two seasons in France, then played goalie in Manglerud, Norway.
Melody Osterstuck LeBeau ’13 worked with high school students through the Western New York Summer Institute to develop the www.IAmSyria.org website.
Gabrielle Mastaglio ’13 of Cutchogue, N.Y., is a marketing specialist for Barnes & Noble Inc. Previously, she was an account executive for Hodes.
Alexis “Lexie” Avery ’14 of Johnson City, N.Y., is a career consultant at the State University of New York at Binghamton.
Ross Bentley ’14 of Greenville, N.Y., is an editor for ESPN in Bristol, Conn.
Mary Godnick ’14 of Liverpool, N.Y., is a marketing and development assistant for the Adirondack Council.
Nicholas Jao ’14 of Hicksville, N.Y., is a billing coordinator for Hazen and Sawyer, DPC.
Steven Leventoff ’14 of Cortlandt Manor, N.Y., is a portfolio management analyst for Carrington Capital Management.
Ryan Mellon ’14 of Playa Del Rey, Calif., is an account services representative for the Los Angeles Clippers professional basketball team. Previously, he spent two years with Enterprise Rent-A-Car as a manager.
Najee Rahman ’14 is digital communications manager for CenterState CEO in Syracuse, N.Y.
Cory Sisson ’14 opened a barbershop, C.S. Barber, in Caledonia, N.Y.
Dario Alburquerque ’15 M’16 is an associate in the audit and accounting department of Dermody, Burke & Brown, CPAs LLC in Syracuse, N.Y.
Victoria Faccini Baumgras ’15 and husband, Andrew Baumgras ’15, left for Morocco in September to begin volunteer service with the Peace Corps for 27 months.
Ashley Bennett ’15 of Brewerton, N.Y., earned honorable mention in the 2015-16 Best of SUNY Student Art Exhibition.
Sabrina Edwards ’15 of Homer, N.Y., is pursuing a master’s degree in applied ecology and conservation biology at Frostburg (Md.) State University.
Alicia D. Koster CAS’15 is district business administrator for the Oriskany (N.Y.) Central School Board of Education.
Lauren MacBlane ’15 is a brand strategist for Terakeet in Syracuse, N.Y.
Kerry McSweeney ’15 M’16 of Liverpool, N.Y., is a member of the audit staff for Dannible & McKee LLP in Syracuse, N.Y.
Brandon Messecar ’15 M’16 is an audit associate for Fust Charles Chambers LLP in Syracuse, N.Y.
Caitlin Owens ’15 of Union Springs, N.Y., is an administrative assistant at Cornell University.
Jon Vautrin-Gardinier ’15 of East Hampton, N.Y., is an intelligence analyst for the U.S. Army.
Kyle Wistner ’15 M’16 is an audit associate for Fust Charles Chambers LLP in Syracuse, N.Y. He is a former member of the SUNY Oswego men’s lacrosse team.
Alexsander Yousuf ’15 M’16 of Pennellville, N.Y., is an audit associate for Fust Charles Chambers LLP in Syracuse, N.Y.
Reid Adler ’16 is a graduate resident mentor in SUNY Oswego’s Hart Hall Global Living and Learning Center. He is pursuing a master’s degree in strategic communication.
Amy Hogan ’16 is a reporter for FOX 40 WICZ-TV in Binghamton, N.Y.
Nicholas Jira ’16 is a physicist engineer for semiconductor company SEMES of South Korea.
Martha Miller ’16 of Livermore, Calif., is a post-collegiate appointee to the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory.
Michelle Moisan ’16 of Mexico, N.Y., is a graduate student in the Counseling Services Program at SUNY Oswego.
Bailey Waterbury ’16 is the women’s soccer coach for Paul Smith’s College in Paul Smiths, N.Y. She played center midfield for the women’s soccer team during her time at Oswego.
Brian Wegman ’16 is an associate in the audit and accounting department at Dermody, Burke & Brown, CPAs LLC in Syracuse, N.Y.
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