A. Owen Klein ’59 CLAS and Jeanne Miclot Klein ’61 MA celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary. The couple met as graduate students at Villanova and were married two years later at the University of Notre Dame, where Owen taught. They have three children and four grandchildren.
John (Marc) Goodman ’74 CWSL was elected for a sixth term as county attorney, Lyon County, Kan. He served as president of the Kansas County and District Attorneys Association in 2018.
Deborah M. Lerner, Esq., ’77 CWSL , an employee benefits attorney with the Philadelphia law firm Willig, Williams and Davidson, has been selected along with four of her colleagues by American Law Media as 2021 Women Leaders in the Law. She has also been named a 2021 Pennsylvania Super Lawyers.
Bruce Levin, DPM, ’78 CLAS has practiced podiatry for 35 years in New Jersey and Arizona. He is now embarking on a new career as a real estate agent for RE/MAX Fine Properties in Scottsdale, Ariz.
Tom Park ’79 VSB married Lisa Adubato ’80 VSB in a ceremony officiated by Dan Dagit ’79 VSB. The college sweethearts tied the knot on the beach in Monmouth Beach, N.J.
Mark Redmond ’79 VSB published his latest book, Called: A Memoir, about his years at Villanova followed by four decades of working with homeless and at-risk teenagers and young adults in New York City, Connecticut and now in Vermont.
Kate M. Harper ’81 CWSL, a partner at Timoney Knox, LLP, since 1997, presented a seminar at the annual WeConservePa.org conference on recent amendments to the Pennsylvania Recreational Use of Land and Water Act./span>
Robert J. Leverte III ’81 CLAS, a Merrill Lynch wealth management financial advisor, was named to the 2021 Forbes’ “Best-in-State Wealth Advisors” list. He volunteers his time coaching youth basketball and spends time working with charities to raise money to enrich children’s lives in numerous ways.
Capt. Jeremy Rifflard ’84 VSB retired from the Fort Lauderdale Fire Department after 27 years of service. He was a member of the FEMA Urban Search and Rescue team (FL TF2) that responded to natural disasters such as the 2010 Haiti earthquake, Hurricane Katrina and Hurricane Michael (Mexico Beach), among other major incidents.
Villanova Law alum Stephanie Resnick ’84 CWSL has another accolade to add to her award-winning career. The managing partner at Fox Rothschild LLP was presented with the prestigious 2021 Judge Learned Hand Award by the American Jewish Committee (AJC) of Philadelphia/Southern New Jersey. The award is presented to an exemplary attorney for years of service, contributions to the legal profession and commitment to the community, whose advocacy has advanced democratic values, pluralism and mutual understanding which mirrors AJC’s mission.
Jody Alessandrine Jr. ’85 CLAS was appointed the director and CEO of Cape May MAC (Museums + Arts + Culture) in February 2020. He serves as the chairman of the board of directors of Values Into Action New Jersey.
Stevie A. Falk, PhD, ’87 CLAS has taken a new job with Penn State Health Milton S. Hershey Medical Center as a staff psychologist and assistant professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Health. This change came after 12 years as the director of counseling at Lebanon Valley College. She will be working directly with medical students, residents and fellows in the Office of Professional Mental Health at Hershey Medical Center and College of Medicine
A Bravo Zulu (Navy speak for “well done”) is in order for Adm. Samuel J. Paparo Jr. ’87 CLAS, who took the helm as commander of the US Navy Pacific Fleet. The four-star admiral became the 26th commander of US Indo-Pacific Command at Camp H.M. Smith in Halawa, Hawaii, in a ceremony at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam's Kilo Pier on April 30.
Denise Travis Coughlin, PhD, ’89 CLAS received the 2021 State University of New York (SUNY) Chancellor’s Award for Teaching Excellence. For 25 years, she has served Clinton Community College as a professor of Human Services and Sociology. Married since 1993, Denise and her husband, Michael, are the proud parents of two young adults.
Thomas C. Farrell ’89 CLAS, a Philadelphia native and CEO of The WorkShop Content Studios, won in the Best Sports Documentary Program category at the 11th Annual Real Screen Awards for the Netflix series Basketball or Nothing.
A former student-athlete on the Villanova Football team tackles important issues with honesty and a positive outlook in his memoir Race Against...Against Race. Bo-Dean Sanders ’89 CLAS, who proudly wore number 42 during his Wildcat gridiron days, shares the story of his college journey and lessons learned about diversity and inclusion as he found his place on campus.
Daniel Cummins ’90 CLAS, who recently celebrated the first anniversary of the opening of Cummins Law, was selected for inclusion for the sixth consecutive year in the 2021 edition of The Best Lawyers in America under the category of Personal Injury—Defense. He was also named a 2020 Pennsylvania Super Lawyer by Thomson Reuters.
Jeannine Loehr ’92 CLAS, a recipient of the Lettie Pate Whitehead Foundation scholarship, graduated magna cum laude with a nursing degree from J. Sergeant Reynolds Community College on May 15. In July, she began a new position at HCA Chippenham Hospital—Medical Surgical Trauma Intensive Care Unit.
Kristin M. Seeger ’92 VSB, director of Talent Acquisition at Kreischer Miller, was honored by the Pennsylvania Institute of Certified Public Accountants with its annual PICPA Women to Watch Award. The Women to Watch Awards, conferred in partnership with the AIPCA, recognize the dedication and leadership of women who exemplify an extraordinary commitment to the accounting profession.
This year’s Oscars were memorable for Anthony Giacchino ’92 CLAS, who took home a statuette for Best Documentary Short Subject. The film Colette, which he wrote and directed, follows a 90-year-old Frenchwoman on an emotional trip to the former Nazi concentration camp in Germany where her brother was murdered in 1945. “While making the film, I learned that only 1 percent of the French population had actively resisted the Nazi occupation before the Normandy Invasion, and Colette — as a young girl — was one of those resisters,” Giacchino says. “Seven full decades beyond the events of Colette’s youth, the war’s aftermath remains as a dramatic, living thing to filmically explore.”
Agostino Steven Fabietti ’93 VSB joined the firm Hyland Levin Shapiro LLP in New Jersey as a partner, continuing his concentration in corporate counseling and business transactions, transactional real estate and finance, and estate planning and administration.
Jeanne L. Alhusen, PhD, ’93 FCN, an associate professor at the University of Virginia School of Nursing, earned a $1.9 million National Institute of Health grant to evaluate access women with disabilities have to reproductive health care. This award comes shortly after the distinguished nurse scientist was appointed UVA School of Nursing’s new associate dean for Research.
Katherine M. Katchen ’94 CLAS has joined Robinson+Cole as counsel in the firm’s Managed Care + Employee Benefits Litigation group. She has more than 20 years of litigation experience representing clients in complex commercial litigation matters, particularly in the area of managed care and insurance. She will be resident in the firm’s Philadelphia office.
David M. Seminara, ’94 VSB had two books published by Post Hill Press in 2021: Footsteps of Federer: A Fan’s Pilgrimage Across 7 Swiss Cantons in 10 Acts, a funny and perceptive journey around Switzerland in Roger Federer’s footsteps; and Mad Travelers: A Tale of Wanderlust, Greed & the Quest to Reach the Ends of the Earth, centered around the true story of a young con artist who scammed many of the world’s most traveled people.
John Buhrman ’96 CLAS was recently elected as a member of the Duke University Estate Planning Council.
Mark Giamo ’96 VSB was named one of the managing partners for accounting and advisory firm BDO USA, LLP, for the metro New York market. Giamo will be overseeing the firm’s newly reorganized Metro New York Financial Services Assurance practice.
David Straite ’96 CWSL, a veteran litigator with deep experience in cybersecurity, data privacy, securities, corporate governance and hedge fund matters, has joined DiCello Levitt Gutzler as a partner in the firm’s New York office.
Christian Giudice ’97 CLAS recently published his fourth book, Macho Time: The Meteoric Rise and Tragic Fall of Hector Camacho. His three previous biographies were written about Roberto Duran, Alexis Arguello and Wilfredo Gomez.
Alaina (Vasta) Walton ’97 CLAS has accepted a position as the director of Academic Assessment at Stockton University.
Robert Iannozzi Jr., Esq., ’98 CLAS, ’01 CWSL, a partner at the law firm of Dischell Bartle Dooley PC in Montgomery County, Pa., was named to the 2021 Pennsylvania Super Lawyers list.
Chris Slevin ’98 CLAS was appointed deputy assistant to the President and deputy director of the White House Office of Legislative Affairs by President Joe Biden.
Megan Leib ’99 CLAS has transitioned from staying home to raise her children to the position of digital marketing coordinator for Schooner Bay Company, her family’s online retail home decor business.
Michael Rinaldi ’99 CLAS has joined Duane Morris LLP as a partner in the firm’s Trial Practice Group in its Philadelphia office. Before joining Duane Morris, Rinaldi served as deputy chief of the Economic Crimes Unit of the US Attorney’s Office in the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.
Bonnie A. Young ’99 CWSL has been elevated to partner in the Labor and Employment Department at Fox Rothschild LLP. She concentrates her practice in personnel and labor relations for public school entities and private sector clients.
David Yusko ’99 CLAS authored a new book, Gag Reflections: Conquering a Fear of Vomit Through Exposure Therapy, which explores his work with a patient who suffered from emetophobia, disproportionate fear of vomit. This book, co-written with his patient, provides fellow emetophobes with validation, hope and inspiration; it also serves as a useful guide for therapists whose patients suffer from specific phobias of all types.
Gregory Lingo ’00 MBA wrote and produced the comedy film Last Call, which was released on March 19. The movie stars Jeremy Piven, Taryn Manning, Bruce Dern and Jamie Kennedy.
After losing the use of his legs in a 1995 motor vehicle accident, Sean O’Donnell ’00 COE is spreading his wings and flying high as a pilot. It’s a dream he’s had since childhood and, thanks to a scholarship from Ableflight.org, he received his pilot’s license in 2007. Now he shares his passion for aviation as a mentor and motivational speaker. Last summer, he made the news for performing a flyover to honor the therapists, doctors and nurses serving the needs of persons with disabilities throughout the pandemic.
Robert Iannozzi Jr., Esq., ’98 CLAS, ’01 CWSL, a partner at the law firm of Dischell Bartle Dooley PC in Montgomery County, Pa., was named to the 2021 Pennsylvania Super Lawyers list.
Louis Mancini, JD, ’01 VSB was promoted to managing director at Alvarez and Marsal Taxand, LLC. He’s part of the Global Transactions (M&A) Tax practice based in New York City.
Not only did he help Wawa become part of the national pop culture lexicon, Brad Ingelsby ’02 VSB gave viewers something to binge-watch this spring as the creator of Mare of Easttown. Garnering 16 Emmy nominations, the gripping HBO series about a small-town Pennsylvania detective who’s investigating a local murder while her life crumbles around her starred Kate Winslet (who deserves an Emmy nomination just for nailing the Delaware County accent). A Berwyn, Pa., native, Ingelsby had his eye on a career in business until taking a screenwriting class at Villanova. After graduation, he went on to study at the American Film Institute in Los Angeles, and the rest is history.
Bethany O’Neill Byrne, Esq., ’03 CLAS joined the firm Sweet, Stevens, Katz and Williams LLP as an associate. She will manage right-to-know inquiries and tax assessment appeals, as well as provide advice in general areas such as policy and operational issues.
Brian M. Crowell, JD, ’03 CWSL has been elected to the firm Stradley Ronon’s partnership and focuses his practice on counseling registered investment companies, independent trustees and investment advisers on a wide range of matters.
Ashley Freiberger Shinay ’05 CLAS and her husband, Jonathan, welcomed their second son, Alexander Lamy Shinay, on Aug. 5, 2020. He joins big brother Benjamin (age 2).
Stephen Alicanti ’06 VSB , DLA Piper Corporate partner, was named to “The Deal Top Rising Stars: Class of 2021” list, highlighting exemplary new M&A-focused partners at top US law firms.
Alicia Hayter ’06 COE has been elected to the partnership at patent law firm Cantor Colburn. She first joined the firm as an associate in 2011.
Jennifer C. Walsh ’06 VSB published the historical fiction novel I Am Defiance: A Novel of WWII, which explores the power of thinking for yourself in the fight against hatred. It follows a real-life youth resistance group in Germany during the Second World War
Emmett Fitzpatrick ’07 CLAS and his wife, Katie, welcomed their second son, Rory Francis Fitzpatrick, on Nov. 5, 2020.
Michael Thomas ’07 COE was elevated to the new role of national practice leader for site/land development by Urban Engineers after successfully serving as deputy practice leader and senior project manager at Urban over the last eight years. He specializes in land development and site design for commercial, residential, institutional, industrial and recreational clients throughout the continental United States.
John P. Wixted ’07 CLAS was elected partner at Blank Rome LLP, effective Jan. 1, in the firm’s Philadelphia office. He focuses his practice on complex commercial litigation, counseling clients on matters involving contract disputes and business torts, real estate, consumer class actions, mergers and acquisitions, professional liability, trade secrets and other intellectual property disputes, products liability defense and appellate litigation. He has also provided pro bono representation to clients in prisoner civil rights matters and in the US Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims.
Cristina (Spinogatti) DiBartolomeo ’08 CLAS , a licensed professional counselor, published a book titled The One in Eight: Faces of Infertility.
John D. Haggerty ’08 CLAS was recently promoted to director at Gibbons PC in Newark, N.J. His diverse practice focuses on complex litigation and investigations. He handles a wide range of matters in state and federal trial and appellate courts, including trade secret litigation, antitrust and competition matters, contract disputes, fraud and RICO actions, and white-collar defense.
Daniel E. Trucil ’08 CLAS, ’11 MA accepted a position as public affairs specialist with the US Department of Health and Human Services.
Kaitlin Caldwell ’10 COE and and her husband, Thomas, welcomed a daughter, MaryEllen Rose.
Jarret P. Hitchings ’10 CWSL was named a partner in the Business Reorganization and Financial restructuring practice at Duane Morris LLP.
Sean F. Dunn ’11 COE and Anthony Tessitore ’11 MS started the joint venture Guildhouse Games LLC. They are the creators and manufacturers of Varia, a new style of collectible card game.
Philip M. Voutsakis ’11 VSB was named principal in the newly formed real estate entity AR Spruce in Philadelphia.
Karen Weeks ’11 CLAS and started a private coaching practice to help people who feel stuck in their careers and launched a podcast, Getting Off the Hamster Wheel.
Michael J. Morris ’12 CWSL of Bressler, Amery & Ross Charlotte has been elevated to a principal at the law firm’s Insurance and Business practice groups. He practices in the Charlotte and Florham Park offices.
Michelle Parziale ’13 COE and her husband, Brian Elliott, welcomed their first son, Jonathan, on March 15. In addition, she graduated from the Tufts University Gordon Institute with an MS in Engineering Management.
Candee Wilde ’14 CWSL was recently appointed the next executive director of the Delaware Valley Environmental American Inn of Court (DVE-AIC), the second person to hold the post since DVE-AIC organized in 1996. In her new position, Wilde, an attorney with the Philadelphia-based firm Greenberg Traurig, will support DVE-AIC functions and programs and ensure continuity for the elected executive board, which rotates annually.
John Cooper ’15 CPS married husband John Coleman in Chicago on Sept. 27, 2019. Also, in January, he founded Cooper Coleman LLC, an executive search and advisory firm to support the social sector, along with pursuing a Doctor of Business Administration in Leadership at Thomas Edison State University in New Jersey.
Ellie Malfaro ’15 CLAS was selected by the Philadelphia Mayor’s Office of Civic Engagement and Volunteer Service for the Mayor’s Distinguished National Service Alumni Award, which recognizes AmeriCorps, Senior Corps or Peace Corps alumni who continue to devote their lives to making a difference through service. Currently, she’s studying nursing at the University of Puerto Rico in a bilingual context and will be training at the Mayo Clinic this summer in the operating room.
Amassing an impressive wardrobe of superhero costumes, Mayank Amin, PharmD, ’15 MBA has often donned a cape to bring some levity and laughter to patients during a difficult year. The mild-mannered owner of the independent Skippack Pharmacy, Dr. Mak, as he’s more commonly known, quickly flew into action vaccinating patients to help crush this pandemic. And he wasn't alone... Jennifer Speer Mondillo, PhD, MSN, MBA, CRNP clinical assistant professor, M. Louise, Fitzpatrick College of Nursing, served as lead clinical vaccine coordinator on Dr. Mak's COVID-19 Task Force, which also included an amazing team of Villanova Nursing volunteers.
Some bright news came for Simone Holland ’15 CLAS when she received Mural Arts Philadelphia’s inaugural Black Artist Fellowship in June 2020. Chosen among a cohort of 20, the visual artist and director is using the opportunity to pursue her creative storytelling, which she says “aims to create safe spaces and continues to amplify disenfranchised voices.”
Profiled by Forbes in March, Kai Cunningham ’16 VSB is garnering attention for early professional accomplishments helping athletes and entertainers avoid bankruptcy and become successful investors. What originally started as helpful advice to friends in the pro sports world led Cunningham on a path to become co-founder and general partner at Limited Ventures, an invite-only $150 million Miami-based venture firm.
Sean McCreesh ’17 was given the Community Outreach and Service Award for 2021 by the Philadelphia Section of the American Society of Civil Engineers during a virtual ceremony on May 13.
Victoria Iworah Stokes ’17 VSB started her entrepreneurial journey with the opening of Sugarberry Gifting Co LLC, an online curated gifting and reminder service offering ready-to-ship or customizable luxury gift boxes featuring keepsake gifts from female-led and POC (people of color)-owned brands.
Amy L. Gordon, CPA, ’18 VSB rejoined the firm Belfint, Lyons and Shuman, P.A., as a supervisor in the firm’s Tax and Small Business department. She provides compliance and planning services to individuals, small businesses, estates and trusts, and nonprofits.
John Perna ’18 VSB, owner of Hamilton Building Supply, was awarded Lumber and Building Material Dealer of the Year in a national trade magazine.
Timothy Abel ’20 COE was named Philadelphia Young Civil Engineer of the Year for 2021 by the Philadelphia Section of the American Society of Civil Engineers during a virtual ceremony on May 13.
Monica Smith, DO, ’21 EMBA was appointed chief of emergency medicine at Virtua Our Lady of Lourdes Medical Center in Camden, N.J., effective Sept. 1, 2020.
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Longest-Tenured Athletic Director Mourned
Remembered as a standout Villanova quarterback who later served 19 years as the University’s Director of Athletics, Ted Aceto, PhD, ’63 CLAS, ’65 MA, died July 1, 2021. He was 82.
Aceto led the Athletic Department from 1974 until 1993. During his tenure, Villanova entered the Big East conference in 1980 and won the NCAA Men’s Basketball championship in 1985. The Men’s Indoor Track and Field team and Women’s Cross Country also won national championships in 1979 and 1989, respectively.
“In the course of nearly two decades, Dr. Aceto guided our department into the modern era of college athletics. He was instrumental in bringing Villanova into the Big East and helping the conference quickly make its mark on the national scene,” says Villanova Vice President and Director of Athletics Mark Jackson.
A student-athlete himself, Dr. Aceto attended Villanova on a football scholarship and was the Wildcats’ quarterback for the team’s appearances in the 1961 Sun Bowl and 1962 Liberty Bowl.
The Athletic Director's Conference Room in Jake Nevin Field House was renamed in honor of the Aceto family in 2019.
Joseph C. Casolaro ’46 COE, Dec. 14, 2020.
Stanley F. Nabity, MD, ’46 CLAS, March 6.
David L. English ’47 CLAS, March 3.
Eugene F. DiRe ’49 VSB, March 16.
Charles E. Reich, DDS, ’49 CLAS, Feb. 9.
Joseph A. Scarcelli ’49 COE, March 3, 2019.
John F. Auchter ’50 COE, Aug. 7, 2020.
Edward G. Connelly ’50 CLAS, May 12.
Joseph F. Gabriel ’50 CLAS, May 27.
The Rev. Harry M. Neely, OSA, ’50 CLAS, Dec. 16, 2020.
Lawrence W. O’Brien ’50 CLAS, March 10.
Thomas J. Burke Sr. ’51 COE, March 16.
Joseph McDonough III ’51 CLAS, Dec. 4, 2020.
Charles P. Peters ’51 COE, April 19.
Charles J. Roth Jr. ’51 COE, Feb. 21.
George J. Schroll ’51 COE, Sept. 9, 2020.
Paul F. Collins ‘52 VSB, Nov. 1, 2020.
Thomas R. Karins ’52 VSB, March 7.
Laroy F. Kendall Jr. ‘52 VSB, April 13.
Michael J. Killian ’52 COE, Jan. 11.
Edward P. McArdle Jr. ’52 CLAS, March 24.
Frank D. O’Donnell ’52 VSB, March 18.
John L. Sherry Jr. ’52 VSB, Feb. 9.
Richard E. Sollinger ’52 CLAS, March 4.
Alfred F. Talbot ’52 COE, April 12.
Charles C. Butler ’53 VSB, Jan. 21.
Martin J. Connelly ’53 VSB, Jan. 9.
John J. Hauss, Esq., ’53 CLAS, April 6.
William H. Hoffman ’53 CLAS, Aug. 7, 2020.
Sam Kosty ’53 COE, Jan. 15.
Roy S. Portugal ’53 VSB, April 25.
Hugh T. Sharp ’53 COE, Feb. 15.
Bartholomew J. Starkey ’53 COE, Dec. 19, 2020.
Frank R. Alfano ’54 VSB, April 13.
Thomas R. Cook ’54 CLAS, Jan. 25.
Richard M. Durkin ’54 COE, Jan. 25.
John Irish ’54 VSB, Dec. 28, 2020.
James C. Lenahan ’54 VSB, Jan. 16.
Andrew F. McElroy ’54 CLAS, April 12.
Richard J. Naclerio ’54 VSB, May 16.
John D. Parolin ’54 VSB, Feb. 10.
Robert D. Ricciani ’54 VSB, April 26.
Philip H. Ryan ’54 VSB, March 31.
William B. Wagner ’54 COE, Oct. 14, 2019.
John T. Whelan ’54 VSB, March 16.
Joan M. Burrichter ’55 CLAS, Jan. 12.
James R. Demaioribus ’55 VSB, March 15, 2018.
Mary P. Farmer ’55 FCN, Feb. 15.
Michael F. Mayock ’55 CLAS, Jan. 3.
Robert A. Meyer ’55 VSB, May 20.
Hirair S. Hovnanian ’56 COE, April 9.
Edward T. Kochaba ’56 CLAS, Feb. 11.
Vincent P. Mule ’56 COE, Feb. 16.
Peter L. Scott ’56 CLAS, March 15.
John A. Stanton ’56 VSB, Dec. 9, 2020.
William J. Sullivan ’56 VSB, Feb. 9.
James G. Dwyer ’57 VSB, Dec. 29, 2020.
Richard L. Foley, OSA, ’57 CLAS, March 12.
Richard W. O’Brien ’57 CLAS, Dec. 9, 2020.
Robert Joseph C. Reynolds ’57 VSB, Dec. 24, 2020.
Charles B. Ross ’57 CLAS, Nov. 12, 2020.
John G. Ryan ’57 COE, Jan. 6.
John J. Zogby ’57 VSB, Jan. 6.
Ernest R. Baron ’58 VSB, Dec. 29, 2020.
William T. Dawson ’58 COE, ‘62 MS, April 12.
John J. Doman Jr. ’58 MA, Nov. 9, 2010.
John H. Fixl ’58 CLAS, ’61 MA, Jan. 12.
Terrence V. Gallagher ’58 CLAS, March 10.
Peter H. Lucas ’58 COE, Jan. 29.
J. Patrick Nicholson ’58 VSB, Jan. 17.
Robert L. O’Connor ’58 CLAS, Oct. 13, 2020.
John H. Roland Jr. ’58 VSB, Oct. 5, 2020.
William R. Seeger ’58 VSB, Jan. 1.
Norman J. Shachoy, Esq., ’58 COE, ’61 CWSL, Feb. 9.
Gerald J. Cechony, Esq., ’59 COE, March 19, 2020.
John J. Donatucci ’59 COE, May 16.
Daniel M. Gallagher ’59 COE, Feb. 7.
James F. Hennelly ’59 VSB, Dec. 5, 2020.
Edward J. Kupfer ’59 VSB, April 19, 2020.
William J. Lytle ’59 COE, June 6.
James E. Maher Jr. ’59 COE, March 24.
James P. McElhenny Jr. ’59 CLAS, June 20, 2020.
Charles P. Reilly ’59 CLAS, Jan. 8.
Henry Burk Sullivan, PhD, ’59 MA, April 20, 2020.
Joseph W. Vasturia ’59 COE, May 5.
William F. Birkofer ’60 MA, April 5.
John R. Carfagno ’60 CLAS, Jan. 8.
Charles T. Fettig ’60 VSB, Jan. 19.
Thomas K. Hall ’60 CLAS, May 3.
Paul T. Kuhn ’60 COE, June 2.
Thomas B. Rogers ’60 VSB, Oct. 3, 2018.
John J. Schwartz ’60 COE, March 5.
Donald J. Sweeney, Esq., ’60 VSB, June 8.
James J. Ward ’60 VSB, March 3.
Anthony J. Gaetano ’61 CLAS, July 30, 2016.
John L. Gaffney ’61 COE, June 21, 2018.
James R. Mulvihill ’61 VSB, July 23, 2019.
William A. Murphy ’61 VSB, Jan. 3, 2020.
Col. Henry W. Neill Jr. ’61 VSB, Nov. 7, 2020.
John A. Sanders ’61 VSB, Jan. 2.
Carl S. Schnee, Esq., ’61 CWSL, May 30.
Robert E. Slota ’61 CWSL, Jan. 2.
Robert N. Sullivan, Esq., ’61 VSB, Jan. 25.
Frederick J. Thompson ’61 COE, ’71 MS, Dec. 25, 2020.
Sister M. Cecilian White, IHM, ’61 MA, May 20.
James L. Barone ’62 VSB, Jan. 18.
Joseph F. Longo ’62 VSB, March 12.
John T. Meakim ’62 COE, April 5, 2020.
Maurice A. Murphy ’62 CLAS, March 17.
John M. O’Connor ’62 VSB, Oct. 28, 2020.
John Alexander Alai ’63 MS, Nov. 14, 2020.
Michael F. Carson ’63 CLAS, March 17.
Anthony C. D’Amico ’63 VSB, Dec. 26, 2020.
Donald P. Dobbin ’63 COE, Jan. 28.
Thomas D. Mahar, Esq., ’63 CWSL, Aug. 11, 2018.
Vincent A. Panetta ’63 CLAS, March 19.
Johanis R. Sinon ’63 VSB, Feb. 19.
Joseph J. Sorelle ’63 VSB, April 9.
Edward M. Weis Jr. ’63 VSB, Oct. 10, 2018.
Bernard C. Johns ’64 VSB, April 4.
Francis M. Keim ’64 CLAS, Dec. 10, 2020.
James D. Lester ’64 CLAS, March 2.
Michael A. Magro ’64 CLAS, June 8, 2019.
Richard A. McDonough III, Esq., ’64 CLAS, March 31.
Gregory R. Osche ’64 CLAS, April 2.
James J. Quinn ’64 CLAS, April 30, 2020.
James T. Werkiser ’64 CLAS, Jan. 1.
Henry A. Berling ’65 VSB, Feb. 9.
Regina L. Bradley ’65 FCN, Jan. 8.
Lewis C. Di Stasi Jr., Esq., ’65 CWSL, Feb. 24.
Dianne Mary Gilbert ’65 FCN, March 20.
John C. Grazis ’65 VSB, Feb. 17.
Edward A. Guzik ’65 CLAS, Jan. 10.
Walter L. Sobczak ’65 CLAS, Dec. 26, 2020.
John J. Sykes ’65 COE, Dec. 27, 2020.
Roger W. Burns ’66 VSB, May 13.
John A. Costa ’66 CLAS, March 30.
Anita T. Daubenspeck ’66 MS, June 6.
Pasquale P. Digiuseppe ’66 COE, May 19.
James I. Malseed ’66 VSB, Jan. 15.
James L. Willaert ’66 CLAS, May 21, 2004.
Joseph A. Zgurzynski ’66 CLAS, Dec. 22, 2020.
Patricia Blodgett ’67 CLAS, Dec. 18, 2020.
Anthony P. Di Desidero ’67 VSB, May 18.
William P. Ernst Jr. ’67 COE, April 23.
E. James Kunik ’67 CLAS, March 7.
Joseph J. Maruca Jr., MD, ’67 CLAS, Oct. 22, 2019.
Thomas A. Payne ’67 CLAS, Dec. 18, 2020.
Peter A. Pizzi, DMD, ’67 CLAS, May 13.
Thomas J. Scheetz ’67 COE, March 16.
Edmund F. Swiacki ’67 COE, Feb. 11.
Alan G. Fischer ’68 CLAS, Feb. 7.
Robert L. Nason ’68 CLAS, Jan. 5.
Thomas J. O’Neill ’68 VSB, ’71 CWSL, Dec. 28, 2020.
Nancy Sutton ’68 CLAS, Jan. 24.
Edward J. Cogan ’69 CLAS, Jan. 20.
Joseph F. Kilroy ’69 VSB, April 2.
Edward J. Konopack ’69 VSB, May 10.
Peter P. Liebert IV ’69 VSB, June 6.
E. Clark Mester Jr. ’69 VSB, March 6.
Graham W. Orton ’69 CLAS, Feb. 22.
Charles F. Swindell ’69 VSB, Dec. 13, 2020.
Marlene C. Tennier ’69 CLAS, Feb. 17.
Donald T. Walker ’69 CPS, Jan. 21.
John M. Alati ’70 VSB, Jan. 14.
Basil Mucha ’70 COE, Feb. 18.
Timothy C. Nicholson ’70 CLAS, Jan. 10.
J. David Shuck ’70 VSB, Jan. 26.
Frank P. Zemlan ’70 CLAS, Sept. 2, 2020.
Michael J. Garvin ’71 CLAS, Dec. 28, 2020.
John J. Morrissey ’71 VSB, May 11.
Stephen R. Cooke ’72 CLAS, March 20.
John P. Hoke ’72 CLAS, Jan. 1.
David B. Knight ’72 CLAS, April 27.
John H. Leach ’72 VSB, Jan. 29.
Richard F. Mahoney ’72 VSB, Jan. 18.
Francis M. Auch ’73 CLAS, March 8.
Michael E. Cronin ’73 VSB, April 28.
The Rev. Augustine M. Esposito, OSA, PhD, ’73 CLAS, Jan. 9.
Joan R. Greenberg ’73 MS, March 29.
Denis J. Lawler, Esq., ’73 CWSL, April 7.
Edward J. Diamond ’74 VSB, Jan. 24.
Henry A. Field ’74 MA, May 18.
Richard J. Burns, Esq., ’75 CWSL, Jan. 17, 2020.
Polin Cohanne, Esq., ’75 CWSL, Dec. 7, 2020.
Jeffrey P. Fick ’75 VSB, June 2.
Lunetta F. Headley, ’75 MA, Feb 19.
John H. Benge, Esq., ’76 CWSL, Feb. 9.
Kathleen D. Clotfelter ’76 CLAS, Jan. 29.
Roger G. Crockett ’76 MA, Oct. 13, 2020.
Lydia Diaz-Kirchner ’76 CLAS, March 23.
Albert A. Kreider ’76 VSB, July 13, 2020.
Mary K. McNichol ’76 CLAS, Feb. 21.
Sister Dolores A. Moriarty ’76 MS, March 21.
Donald T. Szegda ’76 CLAS, Jan. 3.
Barry M. Chandler ’77 CLAS, Feb. 17.
Gloria M. Coe ’77 MS, Dec. 16, 2020.
The Rev. Joseph F. Girone Jr., OSA, ’77 CLAS, Feb. 13.
Rosemary D. Gosnell ’77 CLAS, March 29.
Eric M. Hillenbrand ’77 VSB, Feb. 23.
Robert E. McCullough ’77 CLAS, Nov. 10, 2020.
Elizabeth L. Bennett, Esq., ’78 CWSL, May 9.
James W. Burns ’78 VSB, Feb. 10.
Col. Bernard M. Chachula, USAF (Ret.), Esq., ’78 CWSL April 26.
Joan M. Stansky ’78 CLAS, March 18, 2016.
E. Ennalls Berl II ’79 VSB, Oct. 8, 2020.
Michael A. Bianco ’79 VSB, Feb. 4.
James F. Donovan, DPM, ’79 CLAS, May 2.
Frederick N. Hill Jr. ’79 VSB, Nov. 20, 2019.
Kathleen A. Lenahan, Esq., ’79 CWSL, May 26.
Daniel P. Scapellati, Esq., ’79 CLAS, March 18.
Correction: Thomas G. Ley ’81 VSB was erroneously listed in the In Memoriam section of the Spring 2021 Villanova Magazine.
Judith M. Hart ’81 MS, April 17, 2019.
Theresa E. Heen ’82 FCN, March 24.
Kathleen M. Sebastian-Jay ’82 FCN, Nov. 5, 2019.
Maurice E. Garry ’83 COE, June 1.
Barbara Ann Caprio ’84 CLAS, April 19.
Lynn Marie Mantone ’84 CLAS, May 7.
John P. McKenna ’85 VSB, March 29.
Joel S. Pulliam ’86 COE, June 1.
Maryann T. Simpson ’86 MSN, Nov. 8, 2018.
Thomas E. Fleming ’87 VSB, Jan. 5.
Suzanne Marotta, PhD, ’87 CLAS, Feb. 16.
Joan F. Morgan, ’87 MA, May 14.
Andrew G. Hakun ’90 COE, Feb. 20.
David P. Mullen ’90 CPS, Dec. 29, 2020.
Maja J. Orcino ’91 VSB, March 19, 2015.
Richard M. Zieger ’91 COE, Jan. 5.
David W. Patch ’92 CLAS, Dec. 29, 2020.
Todd Christopher Monastero ’93 VSB, April 24, 2019.
Katherine J. Viglianese ’94 COE, Sept. 11, 2020.
Denise M. Lee ’95 VSB, June 10, 2020.
Sandra Kaye Hamilton ’96 CLAS, Feb. 1.
Tamika A. Jones ’96 CLAS, Jan. 23.
Dorothy N. McCleary ’97 CPS, April 21.
Peter E. Munger ’97 CPS, April 8.
Amy M. Christoforetti ’01 VSB, March 23.
Stephen D. Pizzini Jr. ’01 VSB, June 3, 2020.
Richard S. Treacy ’07 CLAS, Feb. 23.
Christopher Charles Kohl ’12 MBA, March 18.
Jasmin Melissa Diaz, ’12 CPS, Jan. 25.
James V. Maloney ’12 VSB, March 8.
Daniel T. McWilliams ’15 FCN, June 26.
Faculty & Staff
Moreen A. Brady, staff, Office of VP for Finance and CFO, April 6.
Anna F. DiFabio, retired staff, Admissions Office, May 2.
Richard J. Donovan, retired staff, Dining Services, April 3.
Jeffrey W. Hahn, retired faculty, Political Science, Feb. 15.
Sandra K. Hamilton, retired staff, Office of Financial Assistance, Feb. 1.
Fitzroy J. Hendricks, retired staff, Custodial Services, April 15.
Priscilla Hopkirk, retired faculty, Political Science, June 22.
Caroline C. Lea, retired staff, University Senate, June 10.
Nicholas M. Rongione PhD, '67 CLAS, retired faculty, Management, April 27.
Bennie W. Summers, retired staff, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, May 13.