Class Notes


Rev. Gerald Benkert O.S.B., M.A. 1939, Ph.D. 1942 (PHIL), the founding abbot of Marmion Abbey in Aurora, Ill., celebrated his 100th birthday on Oct. 24. He is reported to be the oldest living abbot in the country and the oldest monk of the Swiss-American Benedictine Congregation. He served as abbot and as president of the Marmion Academy high school for 23 years. During his tenure, a monastery building was constructed and a new school campus was built on the abbey grounds. Under his direction, a mission priory and high school were begun in Guatemala. After he retired as abbot in 1969, he served for more than 30 years as a teacher at that Guatemalan priory and school. He currently lives at Marmion Abbey.


Bernard W. Adamec, B.Arch. 1961 (ARCH), and wife Mary Ellen are retired in Annapolis, Md., focusing their activities on their 12 grandchildren. Their doting efforts are interrupted by an annual winter retreat to Longboat Key, Fla. He retired in 1994 as a supervisory architect for public buildings services in the U.S. General Services Administration in Washington, D.C. During his tenure there, he was the international projects director for design and construction of a series of vocational training schools throughout Saudi Arabia in the late 1970s. He went on to become program manager for 13 years, overseeing the execution of a design and construction agreement with the Soviet Union until that country’s collapse in 1991.

Rev. John Shevlin, M.A. 1961 (A&S), of Lakewood, Calif., had his Christmas carol in honor of St. Joseph published by Oregon Catholic Press. The song is titled “Joseph’s Song” and is published in the children’s songbook Rise Up and Sing. He has also recently published a peace song, “Planetearth Road Peace Song.” A selection on a recent CD by the Our Lady of Loretto Elementary School Choir in Los Angeles, the song includes a refrain in which the word for “peace” is sung in eight different languages.


Joseph G. Jabbra, Ph.D. 1970 (A&S), is president of Lebanese American University, which has campuses in Beirut and Byblos.

Rev. James E. Healy, S.T.B. 1971, S.T.L. 1972 (THEO), pastor of St. Robert Bellarmine Church in Blue Springs, Mo., announces the publication of his first book, Building A New Church: A Process Manual for Pastors and Lay Leaders (Liturgical Press).

Angela Puglisi, M.F.A. 1974, M.A. 1976, M.A. 1977, Ph.D. 1983 (A&S), president of the Catholic Academy of Sciences in the United States of America, presented a paper titled “Symbolism to Realism: The Iconography of the Madonna and Child in Selected Works of Art” at the academy’s Annual Session on Sept. 26, 2009, held at Catholic University.

Brother Bernard Seif, S.M.C., M.A. 1974 (A&S), of Brodheadsville, Pa., is a clinical psychologist and doctor of natural medicine with a specialization in Chinese medicine. He maintains a clinical-pastoral practice, leads workshops and retreats, and is the author of the Office of the Dead series of monastic mystery novels. His most recent project has been helping to establish a holistic health center called the Gentle Strength Association in Hong Kong and mainland China as an outreach of his own Monroe County, Pa., Salesian Monastery. He was recently honored with the Building Bridges of Integration award by the Traditional Chinese Medicine World Foundation.

Rev. Denis G. Wilde, O.S.A., M.A. 1974, Ph.D. 1984 (MUSIC), was associate professor of music at Villanova University (and choral director of Villanova’s “Singers,” the official men’s chorus) from 1977 to 1998. Since 1998 he has supplemented his full-time ministry in Priests for Life by performing as a concert pianist at parishes and community centers in North America and Europe. Priests for Life is a movement of clergy and laity of all denominations working to end abortion and euthanasia. Father Wilde lives at St. Nicholas of Tolentine Rectory in Philadelphia. In 2010 he celebrates 50 years with the Augustinians and 40 years of priestly ordination.

George V. Frisk, Ph.D. 1975 (A&S), professor of ocean and mechanical engineering and associate director of Florida Atlantic University’s SeaTech Campus in Dania Beach, has been elected president of the Acoustical Society of America. He served as vice president of the society in 2007–2008 and was chair of the National Research Council panel that produced the 2003 report Ocean Noise and Marine Mammals (National Academies Press), for which he led a team of experts investigating the effects of noise, both manmade and natural, on marine mammal behavior, navigation, communication and hearing.

After 20 years of practicing law, including representing abused and neglected children, Mark Schultheiss, LL.M. 1976 (LAW), of Fort Collins, Colo., got a degree in marriage and family therapy and has been treating sexually abused children and their families for five years. Recently he has become reinvolved in the legal system by doing reunification therapy for parents and children who have been separated.

Rev. Peter Wells, B.A. 1976 (A&S), was appointed administrator of St. Clare Catholic Church in Clifton, N.J., in June. He is a member of the standing committee for clergy of the National Association of Pastoral Musicians. He is also a Seton Associate, an affiliate member of the Sisters of Charity of Saint Elizabeth, Convent Station, N.J.

Kevin Hickson, B.A. 1977, M.F.A. 1981 (A&S), and his wife, Regina, are a presenting team couple for Worldwide Marriage Encounter and have recently made weekend presentations at the Montfort Retreat House in Bayshore, N.Y., and the Mount Alvernia Retreat Center in Wappingers Falls, N.Y. They live in Port Washington, N.Y.

Mark G. Ackermann, B.A. 1978 (A&S), of Freehold, N.J., has been chosen as president and CEO of Lighthouse International, a 104-year-old nonprofit leader in vision-related health care, research and services for the visually impaired. Ackermann, who has considerable expertise in health care management, started in his new role in September. In 2007 and 2008, he served as the special assistant to Cardinal Edward Egan and executive director of the Office of the Papal Visit for the Archdiocese of New York. In this capacity he was responsible for all aspects of Pope Benedict XVI’s visit to New York City in April 2008. More recently, he has been a management and fundraising consultant to New York-area hospitals and nonprofits.

Patricia “Pat” Kaufman, J.D. 1979 (LAW), of Fort Washington, Md., has been nominated to serve a second term on the executive committee of the United States Golf Association, the national governing body of golf that sponsors the U.S. Open. She is one of only three women serving on the committee.


William E. Rabior, M.A. 1980 (A&S), has written the book The Joy of You: Your Life After Divorce (Liguori Publications). A hospital chaplain and psychotherapist, he and his wife, Susan, and daughter, Gabrielle, live in Saginaw, Mich.

Gerald L. Gordon, Ph.D. 1981 (A&S), of Burke, Va., president and CEO of the Fairfax County Economic Development Authority, has written The Formula for Economic Growth on Main Street America (CRC Press), which examines how and why economic growth during the late 20th century was marked by the dramatic rise of some communities and the equally dramatic decline of others. Gordon also taught a class in CUA’s politics department during the spring 2009 semester.

Jeni (Smith) Stepanek, B.A. 1982 (A&S), of Rockville, Md., released a new book about her son, the late child poet Mattie Stepanek, who believed he was a messenger of hope and peace for all people. The book is titled Messenger: The Legacy of Mattie J.T. Stepanek and Heartsongs (Dutton Adult).

U.S. Rep. Chris Van Hollen (D-Md.) selected Lori Weinstein, M.S.W. 1983 (SOCSV), of Olney, Md., as a 2009 Angel in Adoption for her outstanding advocacy concerning adoption issues. During her 21 years of service to Montgomery County Child Welfare Services, she has helped more than 160 children get adopted. The Congressional Coalition on Adoption Institute, which orchestrates the Angels in Adoption program, honored Weinstein and other Angels at an awards ceremony in Washington, D.C., on Sept. 30, 2009.

Rev. Joseph Callipare, M.Div. 1985 (THEO), has been appointed vicar for deacons and director of the permanent deacon formation program for the Diocese of Pensacola-Tallahassee, Fla.

Rev. R. Adam Forno, M.Div. 1986 (THEO), became the Sons of Italy’s national chaplain during the order’s 51st biennial convention in California last August. He is the pastor of the Parish of St. John the Evangelist and St. Joseph in Rensselaer, N.Y. He is also chaplain for the Sons of Italy’s Grand Lodge of New York, continues his hospice ministry, is chaplain to Rensselaer firemen and police, and serves on several boards.

The University of Akron has hired Rob Ianello, B.A. 1987 (A&S), as its head football coach. He was formerly interim head coach/assistant coach for offense of the University of Notre Dame football team. He and his wife, Denise, have a son, Zachary, and two daughters, Ashley and Courtney.

Lisa M. Geis, B.A. 1988 (A&S), is a 2009 winner of the Mary Philbrook Student Public Interest Award from the Rutgers School of Law.

Camille Q. Solberg, B.A. 1989 (PHIL), was recently elected to the U.S. Council for Puerto Rico Statehood board of directors. The Washington, D.C.-based council advocates for Puerto Rican statehood as being in the best interests of all Americans. Solberg is a Puerto Rican native, a nationally published columnist and a former federal drug-free communities commissioner. She lives in New London, Wis.


Amy Kossow, M.F.A. 1990 (A&S), of Piedmont, Calif., is developing a new play based on the John Steinbeck novel The Pastures of Heaven with her Word for Word theater company and the California Shakespeare Theater. They have been awarded an NEA new-play-development grant, and will premiere the play in California in June 2010 and later bring it to Washington, D.C.’s Arena Stage.

Bernadette McNary-Zak, M.A. 1990 (THEO), of Germantown, Tenn., has co-edited the book Resurrecting the Brother of Jesus: The James Ossuary Controversy and the Quest for Religious Relics (University of North Carolina Press). The book concerns the 2002 news of a burial box supposedly containing the bones of James, the brother of Jesus. Within a few months the ossuary box was determined to be a forgery.

Jennifer (Reardon) Collins, B.S.N. 1992 (NURS), received her Ph.D. in nursing in December 2009 from the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio.

Michael Roche, B.M. 1992 (MUSIC), illustrated a new children’s book titled Zimba: Believe (Xlibris). In the story, Zimba, a colorful turtle, faces challenges of growing up, learning to be happy and believing in himself. Roche lives in Wayne, Pa., with his wife, Barby, and their three children, Dylan, Samantha and Shane.

Bernardo O. Bustamante, M.C.E. 1994 (ENGR), is program manager for the Chicago Region Environmental and Transportation Efficiency Program. He works for the Federal Highway Administration, overseeing the federal interests associated with the Chicago-area project, which is investing billions to improve the region’s rail infrastructure and the quality of life of area residents. He and his wife have two school-age children and live in Berwyn, Ill.

Donald Erickson, B.A. 1994 (A&S), of Silver Spring, Md., completed the Baltimore and New York City marathons this fall. He would love to hear stories from any CUA alumni who ran either race and who might be interested in running a marathon next year.

Sara Grant, B.A. 1995 (A&S), of Townsend, Mass., received her master’s degree in management with a focus on information systems through the Harvard University Extension School in June 2009.

Michael G. Bergmann, B.A. 1997 (A&S), vice-chair of the Chicago Bar Association’s Young Lawyers Section, has been tapped to serve as secretary-treasurer of the American Bar Association’s Young Lawyers Division. His term as secretary-treasurer began in August. He will succeed to the office of chair-elect of the ABA division for 2010–2011 and to the office of chair for 2011–2012. He has served as pro bono initiative director of the Public Interest Law Institute in Chicago since 2006.

Laura (Hake) Giacalone, B.A. 1997 (A&S), has been hired as vice president of marketing for Planet Green, a lifestyle and entertainment satellite and cable TV channel run by Discovery Communications. The channel is devoted to the environment and sustainable living.


Rev. Raúl Gómez, S.D.S., Ph.D. 2001 (THEO), was elected a corresponding academic member of the Royal Academy of Fine Arts and Historical Sciences of Toledo (Real Academia de Bellas Artes y Ciencias Históricas de Toledo) in Spain. The investiture took place at the academy in October 2009. Father Gómez was elected in part because of his prize-winning 2007 book, Mozarabs, Hispanics and the Cross (Orbis). Mozarabs were Christians who lived in Spain and Portugal under Muslim rule during the Middle Ages, and the term is still used for their contemporary descendants. Father Gómez is also vice president for academic affairs at Sacred Heart School of Theology in Hales Corners, Wis.

Kevin Nowak, B.S.Arch. 2001, M.Arch. 2002 (ARCH), has passed the architectural registration exam and is now a licensed architect in Massachusetts. He has also completed the LEED green building exam and is a LEED accredited professional. He and his wife, Kelly, have recently relocated to the Philadelphia area.

Motria Lonchyna, B.S.N. 2004 (NURS), was awarded the Lundbeck Neonatal Nursing Career Path Scholarship to help further her education to become a neonatal nurse practitioner. Currently a nurse at the Children’s National Medical Center in Washington, D.C., she was one of two nurses to be awarded the scholarship.

Louis Abramovitz, M.S.L.S. 2005 (LIS), of Herndon, Va., wrote an article on Web productivity tools titled “Information Wants to Be Free (Well, Sort of...)” that appeared in the July 2009 issue of Strategies: The Journal of Legal Marketing.

Brother Lawrence Anderson, O.F.M., M.S.W. 2007 (SOCSV), a Franciscan friar with the New York City-based Holy Name Province — the nation’s largest community of Franciscan brothers and priests — was ordained a transitional deacon on Sept. 5 at the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington, D.C. He is serving a yearlong internship at St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Pompton Lakes, N.J.

Deborah DeGeorge Harbin, M.F.A. 2007 (A&S), wrote the play Fertile Ground: Stories from Messiah College’s First 100 Years, which was presented at Messiah College’s Miller Auditorium in October 2009. An innovative telling of three stories from the college’s history, the show was presented as part of the college’s centennial celebration. She graduated from Messiah College in 2003.

Sean Owens, B.S.Arch. 2008 (ARCH), of Silver Spring, Md., has been working with an architecture firm in Washington, D.C. He has been involved in projects at the Smithsonian National Museum of American History, the National Portrait Gallery and the Library of Congress’ Jefferson Building. He is hoping to focus on restoration and redevelopment projects in the private sector in the future. He also draws a cartoon series about life in his hometown of Kansas City.

Barbara Petro, B.A. 2008 (A&S), of Washington, D.C., in November 2009 carried out a project called “I RAN Home (In America),” which included an exhibition of three contemporary Iranian-American artists and four public events highlighting aspects of Iranian culture. She co-curated the exhibition and co-directed the events with Isabella Hughes, and the project took place at The Fridge DC, a multifunctional art space in Capitol Hill. The project was featured in The Washington Post, Express, Washington City Paper and DailyCandy. More than 700 people viewed the exhibition and participated in the events.

Kristen “Kristy” M. McCarron, B.S. 2009 (A&S), is serving in the Jesuit Volunteer Corps for one year at the L’Arche community in Spokane, Wash. L’Arche Spokane is a community of three homes where core members (adults with developmental disabilities) live together in Christian community with assistants who are full-time live-in care providers.

Rev. John F. Naugle, S.T.B. 2009 (THEO), was ordained a priest by Bishop of Pittsburgh David Zubik on June 27, 2009. Father Naugle’s home parish is Holy Innocents in Sheraden, Pa. In addition to graduating from CUA’s seminary, he has obtained degrees from Saint Vincent College and Duquesne University/St. Paul Seminary.

Andrew Schrock, B.A. 2009 (A&S), was awarded exhibition space for his sculptures at the PULSE Contemporary Art Fair, which took place in Miami in December 2009. His sculptures were shown in August at “Academy 2009,” an invitational exhibition of outstanding work by recent fine-art graduates hosted annually by the gallery Conner Contemporary Art in Washington, D.C.


Aric Anderson, B.A. 1997 (A&S), J.D. 2003 (LAW), married Jennifer Outhouse, J.D. 2003 (LAW), on Nov. 7, 2009. They live in Annandale, Va.

Maron F. Koorie, B.A. 2003 (PHIL), married Jennifer R. Jabbour on Aug. 15, 2009. They live in Easton, Pa., where Maron is a federal employee and owner of a landscaping/construction business, and Jennifer is a tax accountant for a top-25 accounting firm.

Daniel Conway, B.S. 2004 (A&S), and Blythe Wyatt, B.A. 2006 (A&S), were married on Sept. 18, 2009. There were more than 30 CUA alumni in attendance. The newlyweds live in San Antonio.

Christopher Green, B.A. 2004 (A&S), married Jade Post on Jan. 17, 2009. Michael Gibbons, B.A.Mgmt. 2009 (PS), and Jeffry Newberger, B.M. 2004, M.M. 2006 (MUSIC), were members of the wedding party. Also in attendance were Beth Renckens, B.A. 2004 (A&S), and Jared Benoit, B.S. Arch. 2004 (ARCH). The newlyweds live in Mount Holly, N.J.

Linnea Patt, B.S. 2004 (A&S), married Rocky Cipriano on Aug. 15, 2009. They live in Cleveland.

Katie Schroeder, B.A. 2004 (A&S), married Lawrence Combs on Aug. 14, 2009. Several CUA alums were in attendance. The newlyweds live in Saint James, N.Y.

Adrian Saunders, B.S.Arch. 2006 (ARCH), married Jennifer Primrose on Aug. 8, 2009. They live in Washington, D.C., where Adrian is a freelance designer and is attending graduate school at CUA and Jennifer is a sixth-grade teacher for Prince George’s County, Md., public schools.


Linda Cote, B.A. 1990 (A&S), and Michael T. Reilly, B.E.E. 1991 (ENGR), announce the birth of their son, Evan, on Jan. 9, 2009. He joins older brothers Thomas and William. The family lives in Arlington, Va.

Christopher Davis, B.A. 1992 (A&S), and wife Jennifer announce the birth of their son, Benjamin Layne, on Sept. 4, 2009. Benjamin joins his older brother, William, 2. The family lives in Minneapolis.

Ray Nedohon, B.A. 1992 (A&S), and wife Jesse announce the birth of their son, Andrew Dean, on Nov. 19, 2009. Also this past July, Ray legally adopted Jesse’s 5-year-old daughter, Madison (Maddy). Maddy’s biological father was killed in an accident when Maddy was 9 months old and her mother and Ray got married in June 2008. The family lives in Crown Point, Ind.

Lena Holleran-Austin, B.A. 1993 (A&S), and husband Peter announce the birth of Shannon on Aug. 10, 2009. Shannon’s older sister is Bridget. The family lives in Amston, Conn.

Marcie Williams Ament, B.A. 1994 (A&S), M.S.W 1997 (SOCSV), and Andrew Ament, M.A. 1997 (THEO), welcomed their fifth child, Josephine Mary, on Aug. 12, 2009. They live in Rockville, Md.

Emilie (Marconi) Wittenberg, B.A. 1994 (A&S), and husband Matthias announce the birth of their first child, Maximilian Joseph LaVerne, on Jan. 6, 2010. They live in Chesapeake, Va.

Christine (Yokoyama) Leming, J.D. 1995 (LAW), and husband Vincent announce the birth of a girl, Lorali Mei, on Jan. 3, 2010. The baby is also welcomed by her siblings, Vincent, 18, Amber, 4, Benjamin, 2, and Tia, 1. The family resides in Southern California.

Thais de Leon-Perez, B.B.E. 1995 (ENGR), and husband Mariano announce the birth of their son, Jose Mariano, on June 16, 2009. He joins his big sisters Gabriella, Carolina, Thais Cristina, and Gianna. The family lives in Miami Springs, Fla.

Colleen (Robbins) Glackin, B.A. 1998 (A&S), and Jeffrey Glackin, B.A. 1999 (A&S), announce the birth of Keegan James on July 23, 2009. Keegan joins siblings Riley, 5, Grace, 4, and Kendall, 2. The family lives in Rose Valley, Pa.

Mary Mulcahy Devilbiss, B.A. 1999 (A&S), and Jack Devilbiss, B.S.Arch. 2000, M.Arch. 2002 (ARCH), welcomed their second son, Conall Finbar, on July 24, 2009. He joins his brother, Declan, 3. The family lives in Silver Spring, Md.

Scott Privat, B.A. 2001 (A&S), and wife Alison had their first child, Charles Joseph, on July 30, 2009. They live in Crowley, La.

Jessica DePrizio Cole, B.A. 2002 (A&S), and husband Levar announce the birth of their first child, Jonathan Joseph Cooper Cole, on Oct. 25, 2009. They live in Derwood, Md.

Catherine “Katie” (Lang) Ferry, B.C.E. 2002 (ENGR), and husband Jake announce the birth of their son Nathaniel Jacob on Aug. 18, 2009. Nathaniel joins his sister, Anna. Katie and Jake work as environmental engineers. The family lives in Wayne, Pa.

Leigh-Anne Dean Garry, B.A. 2004 (A&S), and husband Alan announce the birth of their first child, Mary Katherine, on Aug. 31, 2009. They live in Oreland, Pa.

Robert Hay Jr., B.A./M.A. 2004 (A&S), and Megan McBeath Hay, B.A. 2004, M.A. 2006 (A&S), announce the birth of Anabella Olivia on Sept. 15, 2009. They live in Alexandria, Va.

Katherine Koziol, B.M. 2004 (MUSIC), and husband Ryan announce the birth of their second child, Owen Parker, on Nov. 3, 2009. He joins his sister, Avery, 2. The family lives in Anacortes, Wash., and Ryan serves as a naval aviator at Naval Air Station Whidbey Island.


Edward Thomas Connors, B.S.E.E. 1927, of Venice Fla., Aug. 27, 2009.

Daniel S. Sullivan Jr., B.A. 1934, of Towson, Md., and Houston, Aug. 30, 2009.

Rev. Clement St. Jacques, S.A., B.A. 1940, of Washington, D.C., April 26, 2009.

Rev. Mark F. Mindrup, O.F.M. Conv., S.T.L. 1942, of Shakopee, Minn., Dec. 8, 2009.

Joseph M. Baglio, B.S.N. 1944, J.D. 1955, of Rockville, Md., Oct. 1, 2009.

Rev. Lawrence E. Giblin, S.T.L. 1944, of Binghamton, N.Y., Sept. 29, 2009.

Rev. Joseph A. Travers, B.A. 1944, of Childs, Md., Aug. 22, 2009.

Rev. Leonard Cassell, O.S.B., S.T.L. 1945, of Morristown, N.J., Nov. 30, 2009.

Very Rev. Stephen Quinn, S.T., J.C.B. 1946, J.C.L. 1947, J.C.D. 1949, of Stirling, N.J., Nov. 22, 2009.

Doris A. Tansley, B.S.N. 1946, of College Park, Md., May 2, 2009.

Rev. Raymond J. Christ, O.S.F.S., B.A. 1948, M.A. 1962, of Wyndmoor, Pa., Aug. 5, 2009.

Elizabeth Conroy Kilker, B.S.N. 1948, of Dunmore, Pa., Nov. 27, 2008.

Frederick J. Crosson, B.A. 1949, M.A. 1950, of South Bend, Ind., Dec. 18, 2009.

Robert A. Goess, B.C.E. 1950, of Floral Park, N.Y., Jan. 27, 2009.

Catherine Bolger Heintz, M.S.W. 1950, of Chagrin Falls, Ohio, Sept. 24, 2009.

John F. Sayers, B.Arch. 1950, of Schenectady, N.Y., July 13, 2009.

Simon Arzigian, B.A. 1951, of Edgewood, N.M., March 22, 2009.

Mary Alice Ewing, B.S.N. 1951, of Madison, Miss., Feb. 13, 2009.

Mary E. Keenan Stover, who attended CUA’s School of Nursing Education from 1949 to 1951, of Cornelius, N.C., Oct. 27, 2009.

Sister Mary Neonilla (Mary Rita) Barrett, C.S.J., M.S.W. 1952, of Framingham, Mass., Oct. 2, 2009.

Mario F. Smith, B.S.Chem.E. 1952, of Houston, Aug. 24, 2009.

Robert F. Hannon, B.A. 1953, of Alexandria, Va., Dec. 7, 2008.

Anthony F. Musolino, B.Arch. 1953, of Aldie, Va., June 29, 2009.

Capt. Mary Jo Oberst, USANC, B.S.N. 1953, M.S.N. 1955, of Owensboro, Ky., Nov. 13, 2009.

Daniel J. Donoghue, LL.B. 1954, of Silver Spring, Md., Sept. 22, 2009.

Donald E. Manser Jr., B.A. 1954, of Pacific Palisades, Calif., Jan. 23, 2009.

Rev. Joseph Rawley Myers, M.A. 1954, Ph.D. 1955, of Colorado Springs, Colo., Nov. 25, 2009.

Joseph Michael Conroy, B.A. 1955, of South Yarmouth, Mass., Sept. 25, 2009.

John Charles Testerman, J.D. 1956, of Fairfax, Va., Nov. 12, 2009.

Rev. Robert V. Zylla, O.S.C., M.A. 1956, of Emmitsburg, Md., July 29, 2009.

Henry Gibson (whose name was James Bateman while at CUA), B.A. 1957, of Malibu, Calif., Sept. 14, 2009.

Monsignor Morton E. Park, M.S.W. 1957, of Portland, Ore., Nov. 15, 2009.

George T. Callahan, B.A. 1958, of New York City, July 20, 2009.

Mary L. Shaffer, M.S.L.S. 1959, of Bradenton, Fla., Nov. 27, 2008.

Sister Rose-du-Bon-P. Angers, M.S. 1960, of Nashua, N.H., April 20, 2009.

Judith K. Krabbe, M.A. 1961, Ph.D. 1965, of Jackson, Miss., Sept. 5, 2009.

Natalie Babcock, M.A. 1962, of Green Valley, Ariz., Sept. 13, 2009.

Ambrose Cyprian Jackson Jr., B.M. 1962, M.M. 1965, of Ellenville, N.Y., Nov. 14, 2009.

Dorothy Albert McDysan, M.S.L.S. 1966, of Bethesda, Md., Dec. 17, 2008.

Mary Doyle Fazio, B.A. 1967, of Liverpool, N.Y., Oct. 11, 2009.

Robert C. Wilson Jr., B.A. 1969, of Norwalk, Conn., Oct. 24, 2009.

John F. Hurley, Ph.D. 1972, of Falls Church, Va., April 20, 2009.

Stuart D. Rednor, B.E.E. 1975, of Olney, Md., May 31, 2009.

Patricio J. Montiel, B.Arch. 1976, of Fairfax, Va., Nov. 16, 2009.

Arthur Joseph Ostdiek, Ph.D. 1976, of Coeburn, Va., July 18, 2009.

Dorothy Rich, Ed.D. 1976, of Washington, D.C., Oct. 25, 2009.

Rev. Edward J. Hinds, M.Ch.A. 1980, J.C.L. 1985, of Chatham, N.J., Oct. 23, 2009.

Frank H. Berfield, Ed.D. 1981, of Walnut Creek, Calif., Dec. 2, 2009.

Jackie M. Levitsky, B.A. 1981, of Dobbs Ferry, N.Y., Oct. 12, 2009.

Loriann Wright Bobotek, B.A. 1983, of Ellicott City, Md., Aug. 9, 2009.

Lois M. Shanks, M.M. 1984, of Warrenton, Va., June 9, 2009.

Jeanne C. Kelly, M.A. 1986, of West Roxbury, Mass., July 19, 2009.

Martha A. Nilles, M.A. 1986, of Gettysburg, Pa., Dec. 8, 2008.

Monsignor Alexander J. Palmieri, J.C.L. 1994, of Merion Station, Pa., Aug. 1, 2009.

Former Faculty/Staff

Richard Arneson, former university associate registrar who worked for the university from 1970 to 1996, of Strawberry Plains, Tenn., Sept. 28, 2009.

Philip Louis Brach Sr., Ph.D. 1969, who taught in the Department of Civil Engineering from 1964 to 1981, of Washington, D.C., Dec. 7, 2009.

Ursaline Cunningham, former transcript supervisor in the registrar’s office who worked for the university from 1970 to 2006, of Hyattsville, Md., July 12, 2009.

Henry Lawrence Donnelly, retired binder in Mullen Library who worked for the university from 1966 to 2002, of Atlantic Beach, N.C., Aug. 30, 2008.

Alexander Giampietro
, professor emeritus of art who taught at CUA from 1963 to 1987, of New Haven, Conn., Jan. 6, 2010.

Kenneth Noland, lecturer in the Department of Art from 1951 to 1960, of Port Clyde, Maine, Jan. 5, 2010.

Michael J. Petit, B.A. 1976, M.S.L.S. 1978, employee in the law school library from 1973 to 1974 and from 1975 to 1977, of Annandale, Va., Nov. 26, 2009.

Jirina Polivka, D.S.W. 1969, assistant professor of social work from 1969 to 1973 and adjunct assistant professor from 1973 to 1975, of North Port, Fla., Sept. 22, 2009.

Mary T. Lewis Tucker, former administrative assistant in career services who worked at the university from 1991 to 1997, of Riverdale, Md., Oct. 5, 2009.