St. Thomas Aquinas College To Host
The 12th Annual Alumni Hall of Fame and Reunion Dinner
(SPARKILL, NY – January 19, 2010) - St. Thomas Aquinas College's Alumni Association will induct five alumni and the 2010 Spartan Award honoree into its Alumni Hall of Fame at the College’s 13th annual induction ceremonies on Friday, January 29, 2010, at The IBM Executive Conference Center (Palisades, NY).
“Each year we look forward to honoring the new inductees at the Annual Hall of Fame Dinner. We are proud of the variety of individuals who have either graced our campus as undergraduate and graduate students or taken a keen interest in our growth as friends of the College,” said Dr. Margaret M. Fitzpatrick, S.C., president of the College.
The following individuals will be inducted into the Alumni Hall of Fame:
Sr. Maureen Massett, O.P. (Sparkill, NY), a member of the Class of 1960, is the Director of Finance at Thorpe Village in Sparkill, NY.
Mr. Mark Romano (Princeton, NJ), a member of the Class of 1979, is the Vice President, Affiliate Sales for The Outdoor Channel in Temecula, California.
Mrs. Michelle Cecchini Nash (Rockville, MD), a member of the Class of 1986, is a Senior Career Advisor for Shannon & Manch, LLP in Washington, DC.
Mrs. Virgina Keeton Hand (Reading, PA), a member of the Class of 1988, is the Director of the Holleran Center for Community Outreach at Alvernia College in Reading, PA.
Robert Kilduff (Parlin, NJ), a member of the Class of 1979, is an Inspector at Jersey City Police Department.
Maria Kilduff (Sayreville, NJ), a member of the Class of 1979, is a Spanish teacher at Truman Elementary School in Sayreville, NJ.
Erin Kilduff (Sayreville, NJ), a member of the Class of 2007, is a special education teacher at Arleth Elementary School in Sayreville, NJ.
The STAC Alumni Association's "2010 Spartan Award" (with Hall of Fame induction) honoree is Mr. Barry Dorfman, Executive Sales Representative at Liberty Mutual in New City, NY.
Tickets for this event are $175 per person, with special pricing for couples and young alumni (1999-2009). For more information about the event or inclusion in the Alumni Hall of Fame tribute journal, contact the Office of Alumni Affairs at 845-398-4284 or e-mail at email@example.com.
More About St. Thomas
The College’s 2,700 full and part time students can choose from over 100 different majors, minors, specializations, and dual degree programs across five divisions: The Humanities; Business Administration; Social Sciences; Natural Sciences & Mathematics; and Teacher Education or are enrolled if one of our graduate programs. For more information on the College visit www.stac.edu.