Col. Robert E. Backman
'88 of Leesburg, Virginia, retired
from the U.S. Army in May after 25+ years of service.
Greene '76 of Saco, Maine, retired from
Hermon High School in Hermon, Maine, back in 2012. Chris was an English teacher,
English Department chair, and Key Club advisor at the school. Chris is currently
still an area advisor and adult committee member for the New England and
Bermuda District of Key Club International. She welcomed a granddaughter back
in April 2014, and she is now currently in the process of moving from Hampden,
Maine, to Saco, Maine.
Jocelyn Blais Drukker '73 of Mount Arlington, New Jersey, received
a license as a professional counselor in the state of New Jersey in June 2014.
After receiving an MS in counseling psychology in 2009 from the College
of Saint Elizabeth in Convent Station, New Jersey, Jocelyn was supervised for
4500 hours before being able to obtain this license. Jocelyn is currently
employed as an advocate/counselor at the Jersey Battered Women's Service
Residential Shelter, where she has worked the past eight years.
Janet Krammerer Hilde
'86 of Casper, Wyoming, has been
retired from the Natrona County District C School since the year 2000 and is now
substitute teaching in the district.
Frank L. Daggett '80, '07
of Harrison, Maine was one of thirteen men who
were instituted as acolytes by Bishop Robert P. Deeley during a special Mass
celebrated at the Notre Dame Spiritual Center in Alfred, Maine, on June 20.
Regina Dexter Bowler '89
of Littleton, New Hampshire became the
hospice director at North County Home Health & Hospice Agency Inc., which
serves Northern Grafton County and South Coos County.
Kathleen B. Johnson '07,
'12 of Avon, Connecticut, is
currently the Operating Room Manager at Connecticut Surgery Center, a
free-standing ambulatory surgery center in Hartford, Connecticut.
Julia Thomas Cox Abel '09,
'14 of Shillington, Pennsylvania,
was named the new director of Cancer Care Services for Nanticoke Health
Services in June.
Michael R. Doughty '03 and his wife, Erin, of Poughkeepsie, New York, welcomed
their first son, Chase Daniel Doughty, on June 2, 2014.
Donnelly '11 of Port Jefferson Station, New
York, recently published an article called Paying
It Forward in Nursing. Lillian is also currently a student in the MSN
nursing educator program at Saint Joseph’s.
The College offers its condolences to…
… Irma Laakso Gregory
'05 of South Windsor, Connecticut, whose father, Olavi Laakso of Leesburg,
Florida, passed away in March.
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