Look Who's Coming to Reunion 2017:

Class of 1945
Bill Morrison

Class of 1956
Bob Giegengack
Joseph Lilly

Class of 1957
Mike Beecher
John Fogarty
Bill O'Connor
John O'Neill
Phil Riley
Ken Scasserra
Bill Wallace

Class of 1962
Bob Cusack
Rudy von Bernuth

Class of 1967
Tony Bond
Jay Breck
Chip Daly
Chris Doyle
Mike Foley
Bob Gilbane
Brett Haire
Peter Miller
Chris Pierce
Fred Prendergast
Bill Ranger
Dave Robert
Gary Sheehan
Pat Tokarz
John Trappe
Ed Wallace

Class of 1968
John Niles

Class of 1972
Jack Bergin
Chip Berman
Tom Brennan
Sam Fitzgerald
Paul Fitzpatrick
Paul Gelinas
David Henderson
Chris Hume
Greg Hume
Peter McGowan
John O'Brien
Michael Seaman
John Sheehan
Peter Shonk
Dan Whalen

Class of 1974
George Malhame

Class of 1975
John Sargeant

Class of 1977
Chris Adams
Frank Antonelli
Diane (Bourdeau) Barton
Frank Bice
Clary (Rovira) Bojanowski
Rich Brancato
Tom "TC" Burke
Rich Camarda
Sue Cooper Hodge
Bob Everett
Larry Fisher
Judy Flayderman
Vincent Flynn
Mike Kiernan
Matt Lubanko
Mac McAvoy
Elaine (Mullen) Peer
Juan Rueda
Mary Kate Shea
Mark Sikand
David Sullivan
Joanna (Martiska) Woodworth

Class of 1978
Michael Burke
Steve Reynolds
Peter Tucker

Class of 1980
Tom Esposito

Class of 1981
Matt Glaser

Class of 1982
Ben Bristol
Curt Cannata
Al Esposito
Jeff Jayson
Mike Kelley
Tim Kelly

Class of 1986
Amy (McKenna) Omana

Class of 1987
Lori (Wellman) Ellis
William Hubbell

Class of 1989
Dave Simonelli

Class of 1991
Ned Mandler
Joan Simonelli

Class of 1992
Alex Browning
Jen (Hacker) Gattie
Tom Hammer
Patricia (Sordoni) Rasmussen
Mike Simonelli

Class of 1994
Anne Mandler

Class of 1997
Tim Coleman
Danielle (Enage) Conkling
Chris Crucitti
Katherine (Murphy) DeCoff
Sarah (Malloy) Dolezal
Jackie (Hacker) Gaddy
Doug Greene
Eliot Johnson
Nicholas Johnson
Stephanie (Goos) Johnson
Gary Michael
Erin (Sussman) Peschiera
Alli (Trowbridge) Scheckner
Simon Smith
Sherrianne Thane
Seamus Tyson

Class of 1998
Patrick Dolezal

Class of 1999
Christian Mandler
Mark Simonelli

Class of 2002
Chelsea (Kilian) Church
Charlotte Eliscu
Cyndi Giordano-Donati

Class of 2003
Adriano Echavarria

Class of 2004
Chris Bolster

Class of 2007
Christopher Aldrich
Tim Aldrich
Ian Bolster
Christian Cirillo
Chris Cocce
Gio DiGennaro
Eamon Doonan
Dan Dunphy
Kyle Ekstrom
Kevin Falconer
James Ferguson
Will Finn
Matt Gardner
Bryan Haesloop
Bridget Heaton
Emma Spiegel
Pavlo Kozhokin
Heather Muirhead
Ross Norcom
JC Routh
Kayle Schnell

Class of 2012
Brendan Casey
Scott Casley
Niall Devaney
AJ DiRienzo
Anthony Donato
Lindsay Gersky
Allyson Good
Tom Harrison
Ryan Healy
Jake Jednorowicz
Mack LaManna
Kayla Lynch
Nick Martell
Johnny McCarthy
Ryan Melvin
Seth Menghi
Kenny Morrisino
Joe Najm
Sean Owens
Mason Page
Logan Pettinato
Nic Pierog
Victoria Pucci
Michael Simonson
Emma Sylvester

Class of 2013
Peter Berry

Thomas J. Sheehy Distinguished Alumni Award

2014 - Peter Howley ’64

Peter is the Shattuck Professor of Pathological Anatomy at Harvard Medical School, where he chairs the Department of Pathology and serves as the Chairman of the Scientific Board and a Trustee of Harvard Medical School. He is currently the President of the American Society of Investigative Pathology.

Peter received his M.D. from Harvard Medical School and an A.B. in Chemistry from Princeton University. He began his medical training at Rutgers Medical School.

Peter moved to Harvard in 1993 after twenty years at the National Institutes of Health, where he served as the Chief of the Laboratory of Tumor Virus Biology. Peter chaired the National Cancer Policy Board of the National Academy of Sciences and served on the Board of Scientific Counselors for the National Cancer Institutes. He also is a past President of the American Society of Virology.

Peter's current research has focused on the molecular biology of the papillomaviruses, and in particular on the role of the HPV in cervical cancer in women. He is credited with determining the mechanisms by which HPVs contribute to cancer. It has greatly aided our understanding of the cellular mechanisms that result in cancer.

Peter is a member of the National Academy of Sciences, the Institute of Medicine and the American Academy of Microbiology. He has received numerous awards including: the Wallace P. Rowe Award from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, the Warner-Lambert/Parke-Davis and Rous-Whipple Awards from the American Society of Investigative Pathology, and the Paul Ehrlich-Ludwig Darmstaedter Award. While at the NIH, United States Public Health Service, he received both the Commendation and Meritorious Awards. Peter serves on the Editorial Boards of PNAS, Molecular and Cellular Biology, Laboratory Investigation, and the International Journal of Cancer.


2015 – James B. Hayes ’55

Jim Hayes has enjoyed a distinguished career in a variety of diverse fields: magazine publishing, education, international theatre, corporate management, and the independent sector. In 1959, Jim joined Time Inc. and for the next 23 years, held various executive positions at Sports Illustrated in New York and Detroit. In 1982, he became Advertising Sales Director of Money Magazine and was named Publisher of Discover in 1984 and of Fortune Magazine in 1986, a position that Jim held until retiring in 1994 to enter the independent sector.

A longtime advocate for our nation's children, Jim established the Fortune Education Summit held annually from 1988-1993, which brought together government, business and academic leaders to discuss education reform. He was also a speaker at the 1989 American Bicentennial Presidential Forum - the presidential inauguration of George H.W. Bush.

Jim has served on various boards including the Morehouse School of Medicine where he was Chairman from 1992-1995 and Ashworth, Inc., a leisure wear company. He also served on the Social Advisory Board of the Harvard Business School, as well as numerous community and civic boards.

In 1987, Jim began his involvement with Junior Achievement, Inc., a worldwide not-for-profit organization that provides economic education to over five million students in the U.S. and around the world. He served as Chairman of Junior Achievement's national board from 1991-1993 and led a delegation of Junior Achievement representatives to Moscow in 1991 to help found Junior Achievement of the Soviet Union. Jim retired as President and CEO in 2001.

Jim received his education at Canterbury School, attended Georgetown University, and served for two years with the U.S. Army in Europe. He has three children and six grandchildren. In 2013, he moved to Michigan to work on the revitalization of Detroit creating the Detroit Homecoming, a unique initiative that reconnects Detroit's expat community with their former hometown. Jim has many avocations including being an instrument rated pilot.


2016 – Terence S. Meehan ’66

Terry Meehan is the former Chairman of Fleet Meehan Specialist, Inc., the third largest specialist firm at the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE). Terry was key in the formation and integrations of Fleet Boston Financial and the NYSE specialist firm M.J. Meehan & Co. Fleet Meehan Specialist made markets for over 400 listed companies, accounting for 30 percent of the Dow and 18 percent of the NYSE order flow. Terry, a former governor of the NYSE and very active in industry affairs, conceptualized, created and built the Specialist Association at the NYSE and served as its president from 1990 to 1995. He currently holds the position Chairman Emeritus. Terry has served as a Floor Governor on the NYSE and was a member of several NYSE committees and advisory boards.

Presently, Terry is Chairman & CEO of Azimuth Investment Management, a fund of hedge funds, as well as the Chairman of the Board of SupplyPro, an inventory management solutions company.

Terry is active on the boards of Bread for the World Institute and its affiliate, Alliance to End Hunger, as well as the Advisory Board of The Catholic Big Sisters & Big Brothers. He also serves on the Board of Overseers of Harvard College’s Committee on University Resources, is a former regent of Georgetown University, and is a former member of the Corporation Visiting Committee for Architecture at MIT.

Terry holds a B.A. from Georgetown University and a M.Architecture from Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Terry and his family split their time between New York City and Connecticut. His wife, Montie, is a clinical psychologist in private practice. Terry has two sons, one in early college and one who is building a consulting firm, and a stepdaughter who graduated from college two years ago and now works in the banking industry.

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