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80's Charles Aiesi '83, Huntington Beach, Calif., has been promoted to senior manager of sales and marketing for Honda financial services in Torrance, Calif. Charles has been involved in the automobile financing business since graduating from Saint Joseph's, and h...
Making her mark, paving the way
Paula Callo ’89 meets with two of her vocational nursing students at Midland College in Midland, Texas. Paula Callo '89 ...
His coaching career started here
Ron Plourde '91 coaches the baseball team at Skidmore College in Saratoga Springs, N.Y., a position he's held for 10 years. ...
7 things you should know about 7 things
Wherein six alumni and one staff member offer their expertise Want to retire? Carole Luce '62 of Bath, Maine, is a financial advisor for Prudential Financial Services. • "People do not plan to fail, they fail to plan." This saying has been around the financial indust...
Mary Anne Wallace ’63
On the waterfront: a ministry of presence The Seafarer's Friend is just what it says. Lonely sailors working the oil tankers ...
Discovery of new species spurs biologist to expand Caribbean research
Over semester break, biology professor Ray Gerber and Scott O'Donnell '06 bushwhacked through mangrove swamps, slogged through mud-bottomed ponds and swatted mosquitoes, while gulping Gatorade to keep ahead of the steamy tropical heat.
A Saint Joseph’s legacy
Students who follow in their parents' footsteps, not in their shadows Imagine loving your school so much you name your first-born son after it.
Brenda McGuire ’83
New chance at an old dream Brenda McGuire remembers growing up in suburban Philadelphia near Merck & Co., Inc., a major phar...
National Science Foundation study
Oceanographer seeks far-reaching solution to clam deaths Lab technician Shannon Reilly ...
The Secret Garden
Alum teams up with the College to grow organic vegetables for campus meals Matt Olson '05 Across the street from the main campus, 26...
A day in the life of Ann Marie Ouellette ’03
With skill and nuance, in the midst of persistent questions and comments from 6-year-old minds, this first-grade teacher balances c...
Long night’s journey into day
Saint Joseph's scholarship helps Vietnamese refugee transform her life Swan Nguyen Goodahl '79 remembers the morning the V...
Class Notes
80s Mary Campbell-Barry '85 writes that she was thrilled to see a picture of her mother, Constance Hegarty Campbell '52, in the summer issue of the SJC Magazine. Mary currently works with PCA Great Performances in Portland, Maine. She lives in Cumberland, M...
Angie Gleason's journey
From rural Maine to Princeton, with a long stopover in Ireland When Irish history scholar Angela Gleason '94 was hired rece...
Judy Tarr ’99 Running a hospital and long-term care facility
As President and CEO of Miles Memorial Hospital in coastal Damariscotta, Judy Tarr ’99 oversees every aspect of its operation and its nearby ...
Class Notes
Sister Michele Aronica takes leadership position with sisters of Mercy Sister Michele Aronica RSM, '74, a sociology prof...
Mike Johnson ’81 Downtown principal in Maine’s largest city
Mike Johnson '81 is principal of Portland High School, a large urban school with students from 51 different countries speaking 33 la...
Class Notes, Spring 2006
60s Christine LaPointe Bartlett '61 Christine LaPointe Bartlett '61, South Strafford, V...
Joseph Loughlin ’75
Protecting a great city Most of his busy days, Deputy Chief Joseph Loughlin '75 responds to crisis. Thankfully, he is a bor...
Winning baseball coach puts players first
As a player, Will Sanborn practiced patience at home plate, like the baseball Hall-of-Famer he admired. He appreciated Wade Boggs' tendency to s...
Jim Killoran ’80 and the theology of the hammer
During the fall months, Jim Killoran '80 has worked vigorously with a team of volunteers to assist victims of Hurricane Katrina. As executiv...
Class Notes, Fall 2005
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Moe O'Rourke ’80 takes a very personal approach to healing
Through many years of working as a nursing professor, Maureen O'Rourke '80 has learned that cancer patients can find healing in unlikely places. Thai restaurants, for example.
Tamera Edison ’10
This past spring was a whirlwind for Tamera Edison. She earned her Leadership MBA from Saint Joseph's, moved into the city, and began exploring a n...
Where are they now?
Edward Trendowski ’10
Lunch break as radical notion?
“So much skill and knowledge goes in to what we’re doing. Anything I can do toward the advancement of the nursing profession – role modeling for patients and staff and helping to articulate our profession – is important to me.”