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Nine alumni- all of whom hold Communication degrees - hold various roles at WKBW-TV Channel 7 in Buffalo. They recently took time out to show off their Fredonia pride. Pictured, from left, are Producer Megan Erbacher, '09; News Anchor Joanna Pasceri, '87; Sports Director Jeff Russo, '79; Account Executive Anne (Lithiluxa) McIntosh, '08; Photojournalist Adam Francis, '03; Photojournalist Jeff Wick, '13; and Program Manager Lanora Ziobrowski, '84. Missing are Engineer Kevin Chudy, '83; and Photojournalist Patrick Merritt, '11.
Lorena (Schumacker) Schmidt, ’28, (elem. ed.) turned 105 years old on June 13. She taught elementary school in the Dunkirk Public Schools from 1928 until she retired in in 1966. She then moved to Cape Coral, Fla., where she taught for 11 more years.
Richard Stephan, ’52, (music ed.) is still composing/arranging for orchestra and choir, fishing and keeping in touch with old friends. He has four children, 13 grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren.
Carolyn (Christy) Boyden, ’65, (elem. ed.) was in Vieux Carre in June 2013 with KNOW Theatre of Binghamton, N.Y. Afterwards she was invited to perform it four times at the Annual International Tennessee Williams’ Festival in Provincetown, Mass., in September. She said it was an experience of a lifetime and she remembers her Fredonia theatre professor, Dr. Irvine Smith, every time she is in performance.
New York University (NYU) has named the deanship of its School of Professional Studies for Dr. Harvey Stedman, ’65, (history). Dr. Stedman retired after 30 years with NYU in 2003, but has continuted to serve as a consultant to the Office of the President and has helped with the development of NYU Abu Dhabi and NYU Shanghai. He and his wife, Joann, live in Phoenix, Ariz.

Dr. Harvey Stedman, '65 (middle)

(Photo Credit: NYU Photo Bureau)

Robert Laub, ’67, (elem. ed.) has been elected president of the Livonia Kiwanis Club for 2014. He is enjoying an active retirement and life on Conesus Lake in New York State.
Jacquelynn (Geiffert) Maye, ’69, (music ed.) recently performed “Mozart and Me,” a one-woman musical show she wrote.
Bob Terreberry, ’69, (English) portrayed Justice Robert Jackson at Jamestown Airport when it was dedicated and renamed for Justice Jackson. Bob said the hit of the day was really the C-47 airplane that he arrived in. He has portrayed Jackson on several occasions, and also acted in, directed and/or produced 78 shows in the Jamestown area. He also taught at the Board of Cooperative Education (BOCES) for 26 years and retired in 1995, and was the Program Director of the Foster Grandparent Program, a federal senior volunteer program sponsored by Lutheran of Jamestown (formerly known as Lutheran Social Services). He has three adult children and four grandchildren. He and his wife, Irene, ’90, (psych.) currently live in Maple Springs. Bob is also a substitute teacher and is in the process of getting a book, a mystery set on Chautauqua Lake, published.
Alan DuBrow, ’71, (psych.) opened up his own boutique consulting firm, Avonis Inc., to provide services to small- to medium-sized businesses interested in the government marketplace. He previously worked for Booz Allen Hamilton and Accenture consulting firms for a number of years before venturing out on his own. He is also writing a children’s book, The Adventures of Ollie and Queenie, based on his own childhood with a tame pigeon named Queenie.
Debby Graves, ’71, (music ed.) climbed Mt. Fuji this past summer with Japanese friends. She slept overnight on the mountain before climbing to the top. Then she
traveled to the South Pacific (Palau) to live on a dive boat for 10 days. Debby did 29 dives in 8.5 days, and has now done over 200 dives.
Deborah (Pace) Madar, ’71, ’76, (English) has written her first novel, Convergence, published by No Frills Buffalo. It is mainly set in Western New York, including the campus of Fredonia in the late 1960s. The novel was scheduled to be released in August and is available on and several bookstores in the Buffalo region.
Paul Buck, ’72, (English) and his wife Joann, ’71, (English) were blessed with a new grandson in 2013 and have another one on the way.
Gerald Grahame, ’72, (music ed.) retired from his position as Professor of Music at Broome Community College.
John Caligiuri, ’73, (econ.) just released his first alternate history novel, The Red Fist of Rome. The story looks at the tumultuous years in Europe when the Roman Empire was collapsing.
Gary Keller, ’75, (music ed.) was inducted into the Buffalo Music Hall of Fame. He is a nationally known saxophone player and a teacher at the University of Miami.
Adelia Davis, ’76, (elem. ed.) received her M.B.A. from American InterContinential University and was accepted into the Delta Mu Delta International Business Honor Society.
Robin (Mason) Home, ’76, (music ed.) retired in the spring of 2013 from the Northwest Florida Symphony Orchestra principal flute position, which she held for 26 years. In spring of 2014, she retired after eight years as principal flute of Sinfonia Gulf Coast. She continues to teach flute part time at Northwest Florida State College, teach privately, gig and still has time to enjoy the beach.
Daniel Bromsted, ’77, (music ed.) recently retired from teaching music in the Silver Creek Central School District and was honored to conduct the All-County Fifth Grade Chorus in Wayne County, as well as the All-County Elementary Chorus at the 2014 Spring All-County Music Festival sponsored by the Chautauqua
County Music Teachers’ Association at Chautauqua Institution in the spring. Mr. Bromsted continues to be an active accompanist, guest conductor, and New York State School Music Association (NYSSMA) adjudicator of voice and choruses throughout the state, and has plans to spend the winter months in Florida working for
Walt Disney World.
Estelle (Wade) Crino, ’77, (school admin./supervision) was at the Grape Festival in Silver Creek for a book signing of her self-published books, Before and After, the Antics of Three Franciscan Sisters and Who Lives in the Pink House. The books reflect Estelle’s varied life and experiences.
William C. Denby, ’77, (English) was appointed to the board of directors for Adamis Pharmaceuticals in San Diego, Calif., where he was senior vice president, commercial operations.
Doug Fenton, ’78, (interdisc. stds.) was hired as Business Editor for Community Newspapers of Western New York.
D. Scott Golder, ’78, (bus. admin.) has joined IFG Companies as a director in its Excess/Umbrella Division. Scott will be based in IFG’s Hartford, Conn., office.
Valerie (Booth) Nixon, ’78, (bus. admin.) represented Fredonia at the Inauguration of Alfred State’s 12th president, Dr. Skip Sullivan, on Oct. 10. Valerie is the Executive Vice President of Finance at Alfred and served as the interim president. Dr. David Fountaine, ’79, (bus. admin.) is a Nissan Field Force General Manager for Maritz in Southfield, Mich., and was named to the board of examiners for the 2014 Malcolm Baldridge National Quality Award
by the U.S. Commerce Department’s National Institute of Standards and Technology. The Baldridge Award is the nation’s highest honor for organizational innovation and performance excellence.
Jody Goeler, ’79, (English) was hired as Superintendent of Schools at Hamden (Conn.) School District.
Mark Baldwin, ’80, (biology-sec. ed.) received the chairman’s award from the Jamestown Audubon
Society at its annual volunteer appreciation night dinner. Mark is an educator and naturalist at the Roger Tory Peterson Institute.
Jim Sliwa, ’81, (math) retired after 25 years of service from IBM. Jim also worked at Harris and Northern Telecom. His plans include golfing, fishing and traveling.
Amy (Flick) Dodge, ’82, (music ed.) recently had her seventh grade band concert and needed to “boost up” the middle of her band so she called upon some of her music friends and asked if they would come play in the concert. It just so happened that they were all connected to Fredonia, of course!
John Mazur, ’82, (busin. admin.) was featured on CBS6 Albany for his lobbying efforts to include mandatory CPR training in high schools. Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed the bill into legislation in October. The link for the story is:
Scott Martelle, ’84, (pol. sci.) was a part of a daylong symposium on the centennial of the Ludlow Massacre at San Francisco State University. He was also on the southside of the Detroit River in Windsor, Canada, for its annual book fest, talking about – what else – Detroit. His newest book, slated for publishing in April, is, The Madman and the Assassin: The Strange Life of Boston Corbett, the Man Who Killed John Wilkes Booth.
Clifton Turner, ’84, (bus. admin.) represented Fredonia at the Inauguration of SUNY Maritime’s 11th president, Dr. Michael Alfultis, on Nov. 7.
Dave Atcheson, ’85, (sociology) published two new books, Hidden Alaska: Bristol Bay and Beyond and Fishing Alaska’s Kenai Peninsula. He has written for a variety of periodicals which include Outdoor Life to Boys’ Life, Alaska Magazine and Fish Alaska Magazine. He lives in Sterling, Alaska.
Howard Klayman, ’85, (music ed.) was named Head of Officials and Lead Referee for the 2014 U.S. Lacrosse National Youth Championships in Aurora, Colo.
Thomas Perison, ’85, (econ.) was installed as Commander at a change of command ceremony at National Guard Camp Grayling Joint Maneuver Training Center in Michigan.
Dr. Colin McMahon, ’86, (biology) was appointed Vice President and Chief Medical Officer for Buffalo General Medical Center.
Michael Hake, ’87, (music theory) served as musical director at the 24th Annual Artie Awards at the Town Ballroom in Buffalo, N.Y.
Michele Costa, ’88, (musical theatre) received a nomination for Supporting Actress in a Musical (Buffalo Moo) at the 24th Annual Artie Awards in Buffalo, N.Y.
Jennifer Perez, ’88, (recombinant gene tech.) has retired from 25 years in science to her dream: a 75-acre farm in Hartford, N.Y. She has never worked so hard in her life and she doesn’t even have animals yet! She is loving every minute of it.
Trini Ross, ’88, (sociology) received the Women of Influence award from Buffalo Business First.
Linda (Besl) Solomon, ’88, (recombinant gene tech.) has worked at Dupont Central Research for over 21 years.
Dorothy (Holtz) Cott, ’89, (biology) received the 2014 Yale Educator Award for inspiring her students to achieve excellence. She is a science teacher at Springville-Griffith Institute.
Jeff Miers, ’89, (English) was inducted in the Buffalo Music Hall of Fame. He currently serves as a well-known music critic for the Buffalo News and performs with his band, Random Abstract.
Dr. Nancy Gamboian, ’90, (commun.) is chair of the Department of Fitness and Sport Sciences at Pima Community College in Tucson, Ariz.
Michael Michalski, ’90, (bus. admin) was hired as a licensed property and casualty insurance broker for Hometown Insurance in Dunkirk.
Jim Vail, ’90, (commun.) was appointed Director of Development and Communications at Children With Diabetes in West Chester, Ohio.
Laura (Nicholson) Wilson, ’91, (English) received the 2014 Education of Excellence Award given by the New York State English Council. She is an 11th grade English teacher at Westfield Academy and Central School.
Pete Correale, ’92, (commun.) was a guest on Conan O’Brien’s late show, “Conan,” performing his stand-up comedy routine.
Paul Preston, ’92, (theatre) lives in Burbank, Calif., and recently appeared on the Nickelodeon TV show, “Instant Mom.” He also played Galahad in an eight-week run of Spamalot in Orange County and is executive producer, writer and host at, including a weekly comedy podcast about movies.
Kristen (Staub) Fredricks, ’93, (computer sci.) co-authored the self-help book, Nip It - Stop Negativity Moment by Moment, which won a silver medal award in Dan Poynter’s Global Ebook Award Contest in the “Self Help” category. Fredricks and co-author Jeanie Wade used stories from their lives to illustrate tools and techniques that can be used to counter negative people, deal with negative situations and address personal negativity. Fredricks’ and Wade’s book is specifically targeted to people who want to add positivity to their lives. The book is available at
Darryl Tardy, ’93, (commun.) was appointed board chair for the Rochester, N.Y., Gay Men’s Chorus, one of the oldest such choruses in the country, now celebrating its 32nd year.
Karen Volpe, ’93, (mus. theatre) played Rhetta Cupp in the Sonora Repertory Theatre production of Pump Boys & Dinettes in Northern California. She can be heard weekly hosting, with her husband and fellow Fredonia graduate Paul Preston, ’92. Karen also performs with her singing group, The Boobé Sisters, throughout Los Angeles.
Miles Watts, ’93, (elem. ed.) recently became a national board-certified teacher for elementary schools and
is currently a fifth grade teacher in Rush-Henrietta (N.Y.) School District.
Shawn Connolly, ’94, (pol. sci.) was appointed as a new Partner at Jensen, Marks, Langer & Vance LLC, an independent financial planning firm.
Shawn Connolly, '94
Robert Healy, ’94, (bus. admin.) is the Principal at TECHPlastics, an international and domestic plastic brokerage firm in Wayne, Pa.
Holly (Johnson) Hannon, ’95, (reading) was appointed elementary principal at Paul B. D. Temple Elementary for the Falconer Central School District on July 1.
Kirstin (Lowry) Sommers, ’95, (English) received a Women of Influence award from Buffalo Business First.
Louis Carsaro, ’97, (English) was named Managing Director of University Marketing and Communications at Point Park University in Pittsburgh, Pa. He was a part of the 1995 graduating class, though he officially earned his degree in 1997. Prior to his current position, he spent nearly 19 years in newspapers, working at the Jamestown Post-Journal, The Gaston (N.C.) Gazette, the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review and the Pittsburgh Business Times.
Andrew Beiter, ’98, (elem. ed.) received the New York State Louis Yavner Award for Holocaust and human rights education, given by the Chancellor and Commissioner of Education. The award was established to recognize teachers in New York State who make outstanding contributions to education about the Holocaust and other violations of human rights. Andrew is a Holocaust Resource Center of Buffalo board member.
Craig Harris, ’98, (commun.) was honored by Buffalo Business First in its annual “40 Under 40” Up and Coming Outstanding Western New Yorkers list. He is vice president of Development at Canisius High School in Buffalo, N.Y.
Jeffrey McLean, ’98, (biology-sec. ed.) joined Rockland Community College as assistant professor of Biology.
Scott Duquin, ’99, (econ.) was named an associate in the Personal Injury Department at HoganWillig.
Charmagne (Hale) Chi, ’00, (theatre) was nominated for Outstanding Actress in a Musical (I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change) at the 24th Annual Artie Awards at the Town Ballroom in Buffalo, N.Y. She also was a host at the ceremony.
Marcus Goldhaber, ’00, (mus. theatre) performed his song, “Come Home America,” with his band at a performance to honor America’s military heroes in Philadelphia, Pa. on July 4. 
Marcus Goldhaber, '00
Anthony Kurdziel, ’00, (English) has joined the law firm Hodgson Russ as a Business Development Analyst in the firm’s Marketing and Business Development Department.
Kristen (Miller) Ruest, ’00, (biology) is the owner of The Lewiston Village Vet in Lewiston, N.Y., and her practice was chosen by Novartis Animal Health for the Onsior Clinic Makeover to receive a $20,000 makeover.
Loren Dittmar, ’01, (psych.) achieved his Ph.D. in Psychology from Walden University. His dissertation title was, “Teachers’ Perceptions and Efficacy for Addressing the Mental Health Needs of Students.” He has been a professional school counselor for the past decade, serving at the high school level in the Golden Isles of Georgia, and recently joined the faculty of the College of Coastal Georgia as an adjunct professor of Psychology. His passion has always been to help at-risk youth overcome their barriers to success and to truly believe in their strengths to reach their greatest potential. In addition to his professional work, he serves on the worship teams at St. Simons Community Church (drums, guitar, vocals) for the adult and youth services. He is married to his wife, Cami. They have one son and three daughters.
Thomas Gaffney, ’01, (bus. admin.) was honored by Buffalo Business First in its annual “40 Under 40” Up and Coming Outstanding Western New Yorkers list. He is a partner with Lippes, Mathias, Wexler, Friedman, LLP.
Loren Dittmar, '01
Matthew Johnson, ’01, (recombinant gene tech.) received the Distinguished Faculty Award at Notre Dame College.
Maria Kindberg, ’01, (English) has been appointed Dean of Arts, Humanities and Health Sciences at Jamestown Community College.
Kim Geis, ’02, (commun.-pub. rel.) is a traffic manager with Pegula Sports and Entertainment and was recently selected as a Rising Star honoree by the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation of Western New York, recognizing and honoring her leadership, passion and commitment to her career and her community.
Dr. Laura McGowan, ’02, (biology) has joined the Buffalo Medical Group’s primary care department as a Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine.
Dr. Adam Myers, ’02, (English) received his doctorate (Ed.D.) in curriculum and instruction from Gardner-Webb University.
Karla (Anderson) Gonzalez, ’04, (bus. admin.) was appointed as a local agent for Farmers Insurance in Jamestown.
Pamela (Carden) Wieczorek, ’04, (mus. theatre) and Molly Caya ’07 (music ed.) recently performed together onstage in Franz Lehar’s, The Merry Widow, as part of the Artist Series Concerts at the Historic Asolo Theatre in Sarasota, Fla.
Jeffrey Bochiechio, ’07, (history) was named Special Counsel in the Litigation Practice Group at Bouvier Partnership.
Rob Hopkins, ’07, (visual arts) was appointed Senior Art Director at The Martin Group in Buffalo, N.Y.
Heather Krystofiak, ’07, (childhood ed.) recently graduated from Florida Gulf Coast University in Ft. Myers, Fla., receiving a master’s in education degree. She is employed by the Lee County School District in Florida.
Charles LeFevre, ’07, (psych.) was appointed Executive Director at Family Promise of Western New York.
Susan Weinman, ’07, (music perf.) took part in a short performance at the United Nations that was streamed worldwide, with multiple heads of state, ambassadors and dignitaries in attendance. It marked the opening of the UN General Assembly. The link to the performance is:
Kimberly Luangpakdy, ’08, (English) was recognized by Buffalo Business First as a “30 Under 30” award recipient. She is Director of Resource Management at the Buffalo History Museum.
Kara Welch, ’08, (commun.) has been promoted to Senior Business Development and Marketing Associate at ProNexus, LLC. She was hired in 2013 as an administrative assistant.
Dave Ebert, ’09, (acting) has appeared in several commercials including Budweiser Lime-a-Rita, Sportscenter, Burger King, Campbell’s Soup and eHarmony. Some of his work can be seen at
Judi (Henrikson) Gabler, ’09, (commun./pub. rel.) is a real estate agent for RealtyUSA in Delmar, N.Y., where she has earned the rank of top-producing agent.
Judi (Henrikson) Gabler, '09
Vince Oddo, ’09, (mus. theatre) starred in Rocky on Broadway as a boxer, fight captain at the Winter Garden Theatre in New York City.
Ryan Taughrin, ’09, (interdisc. stds.-music bus.) was recently recognized by two Buffalo organizations for professional accomplishments. He was recognized by Buffalo Business First as a 30 Under 30 award recipient, and as one of Buffalo Niagara 360’s 2014-2015 Spotlight Professionals.
Amy White, ’09, (mus. theatre) was hired as an assistant professor of Musical Theatre and Theatre at William Peace University in Raleigh, N.C.
Mackenzie Cady, ’10, (econ., legal stds.) has joined Copier Fax Business Technologies in its client services team.
Tiffany Collinsworth, ’10, (commun.-audio/radio) is a reporter, on-air personality and promotions director for Finger Lakes Radio Group.
Kristie Dunham, ’10, (English) was hired at MCA Graphic Solutions Inc. to work in creative writing and sales.
Caitlin O’Reilly, ’10, (music therapy) recently was licensed by New York State as a Creative Arts Therapist.
Jeffrey Robbins, ’10, (interdisc. -sport manag.) was appointed aquatics director at the Independent Health Family Branch of the YMCA in Buffalo, N.Y.
Kyle Schoff, ’10, (English) was promoted to Senior Auditor at People Inc.
Katarina Silvestri, ’10, (childhood ed.-music) began her doctoral work and research assistantship this past fall at the University at Buffalo, studying curriculum, instruction, and the science of learning and reading.
Phillip Frattali, Jr., ’11, (bus. admin.) was appointed Financial Analyst at Sanderson Wealth Management.
Staci Becker, ’12, (pol. sci.) recently graduated in May 2014 with her Master of Public Administration degree from Binghamton University.
Maegan Kivler, ’12, (sociology) graduated with her master’s degree in Higher Education Administration in May, and has been hired as the Transfer Student Advisor in Fredonia’s Office of the Registrar.
Mary Ryan, ’12, (mus. theatre) was nominated for Outstanding Production of a Musical (Cast Member, Into The Woods) at the 24th Annual Artie Awards at the Town Ballroom in Buffalo, N.Y.
Rob Sweeny, ’12, (geology) completed the 2,174-mile trek of the Appalachian Trail.
Rob Sweeny, '12
Greg Wakeman, ’12, (music ed.) was hired as a band teacher for grades five through 12 at Holyoke School District in Colorado.
Rebekah Bretl, ’12, (commun./public rel.) was named an Admissions Counselor at Fredonia.
Kelsey Gorney, ’13, (commun.-video prod.) was hired by Pinckney Hugo Group of Syracuse, N.Y., as an
Assistant Account Manager.
Kelsey Gorney, '13
Erica Wrobel, ’13, (commun./video prod.) has been hired by Asylum Entertainment as the Associate Producer for Reality Television in Los Angeles.
Jenna Eckl, ’14, (commun.-pub. rel.) is working for Tractleads, a small, digital marketing company in Rochester, N.Y. Her title is Internet Promotions/PR.
Lisa Hinterberger, ’14, (graphic design) was recently hired by SKM Group of Depew as a Graphic Designer.
Carl Lam, ’14, (commun.-audio/radio) was awarded the Tim Russert Medal of Merit Award by the Buffalo Broadcasters Association, which recognizes young, up and coming journalists in the Western New
York area.
Carl Lam, '14
Conner Lorenzo, ’14, (interdisc. stds.) signed a contract to play professional baseball with the Sante Fe Feugo of the independent Pecos League.
Daniella Dibitetto, ’14, (commun./public rel.); Emaleigh Dudley, ’14, (commun./public rel.); Chelsea Lydic, ’14, (bus. admin./market.); Ryan McConnell, ’14, (bus. admin./market.); and Louise Penman, ’14, (bus. admin./market.); all are employed by Advantage Sales and Marketing (ASM). They work throughout the United States in a variety of roles within the organization, and all participated in ASM’s Accelerated Career Experience (ACE) program. Fredonia has the highest new-hire rate within the ACE program. Most of them were hired at the National Enactus Convention under the direction of faculty member Dr. Susan McNamara.

Chelsea Lydic, '14, Louise Penman, '14, Ryan McConnell, '14, Daniella Dibitetto,

'14 and Emaleigh Dudley, '14

Dr. Michael Jabot (curr. and instr.) was named Environmental Educator of the Year by the Nature Sanctuary Society of Western New York, and was recognized by the Science Teachers Association of New York State with the Excellence in Science Teaching Award.
Dr. Everett Phillips (athletics) was elected to the Class of 2014 of the Niagara Track & Field Hall of Fame.
Triplets, Nolan Kostantine, Elliot John, and Bridget Sophia, to Jeff Bucki, ’98, (English) and Jennifer Bucki.
Twin daughters, Skylar and Charlotte, to Robert Healy, ’94, (bus. admin.) and Patti Healy.
A son, Chase Alan, to Stacy (Kraus) McDonald, ’97, (pol. sci.) and Ted McDonald.
A son, William James, to Ellen (Klem) Pennock, ’99, (art) and Paul Pennock.
A son, Paul William, to Robert Schroeder, ’01, (commun.) and Betsy Schroeder.
A son, Jayden Christopher, to Christopher, ’06, (math-middle child. cert.) and Christina (Castro) Kensy, ’06 (psych.).
A daughter, Ainslee, to Ryan Taughrin, ’09, (interdisc. stds. – music bus.) and Holly (Dusett) Taughrin, ’10, ’12 (TESOL).
Jessica Barkley, ’04, (music perf.) to Robert Hoople.
Stacy Kraus, ’97, (pol. sci.) to Ted McDonald.
Susan Smith, ’98, (bus. admin.) to Jason Kish.
Helen L. (Nevin) Sheldon, Class of 1936
Margaret M. (Murray) Bentley, Class of 1939
Jeanette (DeTolla) Joy, Class of 1948
Elizabeth (Berg) Carlson, Class of 1950
Elizabeth A. (Schmatz) Hadley, Class of 1950
Reta M. (Langendorfer) Karan, Class of 1950
Nancy (Sward) Carlson, Class of 1953
Virginia “Jinny” (Hopson) Griffin, Class of 1953
F. Elaine Howard Pethybridge, Class of 1953
Frances (Dibble) Anderson, Class of 1956
James T. Luczkowiak, Class of 1956
Richard E. Miga, Class of 1958
Inez (Pickens) Alston, Class of 1959
Shirley (Pierce) Bostrom, Class of 1959
James J. “Jim” Petzen, Class of 1959
Anthony “Tony” Monaco, Class of 1960
Dr. Thomas J. Quatroche Sr., Class of 1961
David E. Sekula, Class of 1960
Jeannie M. (Leatherbarrow) Davis, Class of 1962
Mary England, Class of 1964
Dr. Robert A. Hagstrom, Class of 1964
Thelma “Tede” (Day) Johnson, Class of 1964
William M. Burritt, Class of 1965
Paul E. Schmidt, Class of 1965
Thomas W. Everett, Class of 1968
Barbara (Little) Perry, Class of 1968
Donald M. Shearer, Class of 1968
Virginia (Foster) Falcone, Class of 1971
Freda J. (Spitman) Tarbell, Class of 1971
Louise A. (Contella) Nawrocki, Class of 1972
William “Bill” Woodward, Class of 1972
Angelo P. Bennice, Class of 1973
Edward Hahne, Class of 1973
Michael W. Falk, Class of 1974
Sharon A. (O’Brien) Swift, Class of 1974
Gary Baxter, Class of 1975
Bram L. Friedman, Class of 1976
Pamela (Heist) Knab, Class of 1976
MaryJo A. (Mason) Montagna, Class of 1976
Rich Ceisler, Class of 1978
Thomas Ward, Class of 1980
Cheryl Raimondo, Class of 1989
Saretta (Pattison) Rathgeber, Class of 1990
Julie McAuliffe, Class of 1997
Karen A. Linnea Rowe, Class of 2002
Natalie E. Hewitt, Class of 2008
James J. Riolo II, Class of 2008
Jean (Greenleaf) Bennett, Associate Counselor, Student Personnel, 1965-1972; Counselor, Counseling Center, 1974-1980
Dr. Allen H. Benton, Distinguished Teaching Professor, Department of Biology, 1962-1984
Dr. John E. Connelly, Professor, Director of the Reading Clinic, Coordinator of the Fredonia Hamburg Program, Department of Education, 1962-1995
Dr. David T. Hess, Professor and Chair, Department of Psychology; Dean of the Faculty for Natural and Social Sciences; Vice President of Academic Affairs, 1968-1998
Mary Kawski, Assistant Service Worker, Faculty Student Association, 1998-2013
Nelson B. Maggio, Stationary Engineer, 1953-1981
Dr. Paula B. Roden, Department of Elementary and Early Childhood Education, 1976-1991; 1992-1999
Dr. Daniel Roselle,* Professor, Department of History, 1950-1968
Sharon J. Seiter, Faculty Student Association, 2003-2014
Dr. Moti L. Sharma, Professor, Department of Biology, 1964-1990
Dr. Alan H. Wheeler, Dean for Educational Studies, 1988-1995
*Memorials may be directed to a scholarship established with the Fredonia College Foundation.



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