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Class Notes

Newsmakers, Winter 2013

January 7, 2014 by Editor in Class Notes, Newsmakers

Geoff Harrington ’63 enjoyed a ride including aerobatic stunts in a 1943 SNJ vintage aircraft at the largest airshow in the world, EAA AirVenture 2013, in Oshkosh, Wis.

Geoff Harrington ’63 enjoyed a ride including aerobatic stunts in a 1943 SNJ vintage aircraft at the largest airshow in the world, EAA AirVenture 2013, in Oshkosh, Wis.

Siena Football 2001 alumni and their children.

Siena Football 2001 alumni and their children.

Class of 1985 London Reunion

Class of 1985 London Reunion

Archbishop Roberto González ’72 celebrated his 25th anniversary since becoming Bishop of San Juan.

Archbishop Roberto González ’72 celebrated his 25th anniversary since becoming Bishop of San Juan.

Thomas Piraino ’12 joined the audit department at Marvin and Company, P.C., one of the Capital Region’s leading accounting, auditing, taxation and management consulting firms.

Thomas Piraino ’12 joined the audit department at Marvin and Company, P.C., one of the Capital Region’s leading accounting, auditing, taxation and management consulting firms.

Rob White ’93 accepted the position of business development manager at EP&M International, an award-winning exhibit design and project management firm in Albany, N.Y.

Rob White ’93 accepted the position of business development manager at EP&M International, an award-winning exhibit design and project management firm in Albany, N.Y.

Mike Madden ’83 is owner of Phoenix-based Cookies in Bloom and Hannah's Caramel Apples, which make custom cookie arrangements and gourmet caramel apple gift baskets. “Our specialty is creating personalized themes that will show your recipient just how much you pay attention to the many attributes that make that person one of a kind.”

Mike Madden ’83 is owner of Phoenix-based Cookies in Bloom and Hannah’s Caramel Apples, which make custom cookie arrangements and gourmet caramel apple gift baskets. “Our specialty is creating personalized themes that will show your recipient just how much you pay attention to the many attributes that make that person one of a kind.”

Jim Gaffney ’81 won a gold medal in the 50m dash (50-54 age group) at the Empire State Senior Games at SUNY Cortland this past June.

Jim Gaffney ’81 won a gold medal in the 50m dash (50-54 age group) at the Empire State Senior Games at SUNY Cortland this past June.

St. Joseph’s Hospital Health Center has appointed Meredith Price ’95, chief financial officer.

St. Joseph’s Hospital Health Center has appointed Meredith Price ’95, chief financial officer.

Anthony Accetta ’05 was recently named a member of the Chairman’s Council at First Investors by being one of the top 25 representatives in the company.

Anthony Accetta ’05 was recently named a member of the Chairman’s Council at First Investors by being one of the top 25 representatives in the company.

Peter Iwanowicz ’89 has joined Environmental Advocates of New York as executive director.

Peter Iwanowicz ’89 has joined Environmental Advocates of New York as executive director.

Michael Fallon ’68 was named chair of the board of trustees at Franklin Pierce University.

Michael Fallon ’68 was named chair of the board of trustees at Franklin Pierce University.

Gerald Oswitt ’62, owner of Garnet Stables LLC, had his horse, D' Princess, win its first and only race at Saratoga Race Course on September 1, 2013.

Gerald Oswitt ’62, owner of Garnet Stables LLC, had his horse, D’ Princess, win its first and only race at Saratoga Race Course on September 1, 2013.

Mike Long ’68 was named Hudson Valley Community College head men’s basketball coach.

Mike Long ’68 was named Hudson Valley Community College head men’s basketball coach.

Matt Restivo ‘07 completed his fourth New York City Marathon with a time of 3 hours and 31 minutes on November 3, 2013.

Matt Restivo ‘07 completed his fourth New York City Marathon with a time of 3 hours and 31 minutes on November 3, 2013.

Ryan Hungershafer ’02 won Northwestern Mutual’s FORUM national award for helping clients achieve financial security.

Ryan Hungershafer ’02 won Northwestern Mutual’s FORUM national award for helping clients achieve financial security.

Geoff Harrington ’63 enjoyed a ride including aerobatic stunts in a 1943 SNJ vintage aircraft at the largest airshow in the world, EAA AirVenture 2013, in Oshkosh, Wis.Siena Football 2001 alumni and their children.Class of 1985 London ReunionArchbishop Roberto González ’72 celebrated his 25th anniversary since becoming Bishop of San Juan.Thomas Piraino ’12 joined the audit department at Marvin and Company, P.C., one of the Capital Region’s leading accounting, auditing, taxation and management consulting firms.Rob White ’93 accepted the position of business development manager at EP&M International, an award-winning exhibit design and project management firm in Albany, N.Y.Mike Madden ’83 is owner of Phoenix-based Cookies in Bloom and Hannah's Caramel Apples, which make custom cookie arrangements and gourmet caramel apple gift baskets. “Our specialty is creating personalized themes that will show your recipient just how much you pay attention to the many attributes that make that person one of a kind.”Jim Gaffney ’81 won a gold medal in the 50m dash (50-54 age group) at the Empire State Senior Games at SUNY Cortland this past June.St. Joseph’s Hospital Health Center has appointed Meredith Price ’95, chief financial officer.Anthony Accetta ’05 was recently named a member of the Chairman’s Council at First Investors by being one of the top 25 representatives in the company.Peter Iwanowicz ’89 has joined Environmental Advocates of New York as executive director.Michael Fallon ’68 was named chair of the board of trustees at Franklin Pierce University.Gerald Oswitt ’62, owner of Garnet Stables LLC, had his horse, D' Princess, win its first and only race at Saratoga Race Course on September 1, 2013.Mike Long ’68 was named Hudson Valley Community College head men’s basketball coach.Matt Restivo ‘07 completed his fourth New York City Marathon with a time of 3 hours and 31 minutes on November 3, 2013.Ryan Hungershafer ’02 won Northwestern Mutual’s FORUM national award for helping clients achieve financial security.

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