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News : Education May 23, 2013 - 11:05:04 AM


Quinnipiac University salutes employees for service milestones and honors retirees

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Hamden, CT - Quinnipiac University recognized employees for reaching service milestones of ranging from 10 to 45 years during an annual ceremony held May 21, in the Athletics and Recreation Center on the Mount Carmel Campus. The following employees were recognized:

45 years: Daryll Borst, of Bethany, professor of biology and John Gourlie, of Guilford, professor of communications and English.

40 years: David Hall, of Cheshire, accounting secretary, administrative services; Kent Marshall, of Cheshire, professor of chemistry; and Edward Tantorski, of North Haven, associate professor of physical therapy.

35 years: Daniel Bonitata, of Madison, part-time faculty; Denise Cameron, of Milford, associate professor of physical therapy; Kenneth Kaloustian, of Cheshire, professor of biology; David King, of Woodbridge, associate dean, School of Law; William Mecca, of North Haven, senior associate director of athletics; and John T. Morgan, of New Haven, professor of law.

30 years: Francis Bellizzi, of Newington, professor of management; David Cadden, of Cheshire, professor of management; Nancy Carney, of Wallingford, assistant to the vice president and dean of admissions; Manuel Carreiro, of North Haven, vice president and dean of students; William Dunlap, of Wallingford, professor of law; Robert Farrell, of New Haven, professor of law; Linda Sink, of North Haven, payroll manager; James Stevens, of Meriden, associate professor of physics; and Roseanna Tufano, of North Haven, clinical professor of occupational therapy.

25 years: Steven Carleton, of East Haven, professor of biology; Betsy Delaney, of Hamden, secretary, College of Arts and Sciences; Maria Jorge, of Cheshire, custodian; Lucille Marottolo, of Stratford, associate vice president for finance; John Martin, of Northford, licensed HVAC mechanic; Anthony Perrone, of Hamden, custodian; Anna Spragg, of Orange, director of student affairs, School of Medicine; W. John Thomas, of Hamden, professor of law; and Robert Young, of Cheshire, public services librarian.

20 years: Margaret Bratsenis, of Branford, part-time faculty; Michael Calia, of Glastonbury, director of the Ed McMahon Communications Center; John Copela, of Hamden, senior superintendent of grounds; Maria Cruz, of Wallingford, custodian; June DeGennaro, of West Haven, collection management librarian; Heidi Erickson, of Hamden, senior associate director of admissions; Steven Errante, of New Haven, part-time faculty; Felicia Howard, of Hamden, secretary, School of Law; Thomas Lee, of Fairfield, part-time faculty; Hepsie Leslie-Abbott, of Bridgeport, law library serials assistant; Kathy Livingston, of Woodbridge, professor of sociology; Joan Mohr, of Wallingford, vice president for admissions and financial aid; Creighton Myers, of Cheshire, master carpenter; Mario Norbis, of Amherst, Mass., professor of management; Marie Riley, of Wallingford, law admissions assistant; Martha Sanders, of Madison, associate professor of occupational therapy; Mark Soboslai, of Westport, part-time faculty; Alan Soloway, of Woodbridge, part-time faculty; Susan Ticotsky, of Hamden, secretary, student affairs; and Frank Torelli of Hamden, groundskeeper.

15 years: Margaret Anderson, of Hamden, secretary, Health and Wellness Center; Robert Bogdanoff, of Woodbridge, part-time faculty; Brian Clark, of Orange, part-time faculty; Patricia Comitini, of Cheshire, associate professor of English; Edward D’Angelo, of Hamden, part-time faculty; William Dow, of New Haven, part-time faculty; Mary Duchesne, of Cheshire, part-time faculty; Sean Duffy, of New Haven, associate professor of political science; Richard Ferguson, of Guilford, senior vice president for administration; Deborah Grady, of Cheshire, financial aid assistant/data management; Leslie Gura, of Winston-Salem, N.C., part-time faculty; Linda Hawkes, of North Haven, reference and electronic services librarian; Linda Holt, of Prospect, circulation/reserve assistant manager, law; Joan Kreiger, of Orange, part-time faculty; Aniana Landino, of Hamden, custodian; Jeanne LeVasseur, of Hamden, professor of nursing; Linda Lindroth, of New Haven, part-time faculty; Gregory Little, of Southington, news director, WQUN; Thea Moritz, of Middletown, director of publications & design; Edward O’Connor, of Wolcott, dean of the School of Health Sciences; Patricia Ornato, of Hamden, secretary, Learning Center; Gregory Pepe, of Hamden, part-time faculty; Anna Porto, of Hamden, custodian; Harry Pylypiw, of Hamden, professor of chemistry; Paul Steinle, of Seattle, Wash., part-time faculty; Teresa Tai, of Cheshire, associate professor of management; Amy Terry, of Hamden, athletics & recreation coordinator for financial services; Mark Thompson, of Cheshire, senior vice president for academic & student affairs; Thomas Tinghitella, of Milford, part-time faculty; George Vasu, of Hamden, part-time faculty; Jason White, of Prospect, part-time faculty and Kenneth Wilson, of Guilford, staff accountant, bursar.

10 years: Jeffrey Agli, of Hamden, part-time faculty; Michaela Alexandru, of Cheshire, part-time faculty; Edward Alwood, of Hamden, professor of journalism; Christopher Ball, of Middletown, associate professor of economics; Lisa Bartone, of Seymour, part-time faculty; William Berger, of Mahwah, N.J., part-time faculty; Stacey Bjornberg, of Wallingford, admissions assistant; Daniel Brown, of Wallingford, assistant dean & director, student center; Richard Brownell, of Hamden, director of client services; Lisa Burns, of East Haven, professor of communications; Laura Cannon, of Hamden, news reporter, part-time; Monica Cavender, of Milford, visiting assistant professor of education; Barbara Cofrances-Nana, of Madison, part-time faculty; Bernadette Conway, of North Haven, part-time faculty; Gary Crisanti, of Torrington, part-time faculty; Salvatore D’Angelo, of Hamden, custodian, part-time; Anthony DeQuattro, of North Haven, part-time faculty; Margarita Diaz, of New Haven, associate professor of journalism; Dorothy Donarum, of Hamden, manager of interviewer operations; Susan Elliott, of New London, N.H., associate professor of education; Thomas Esposito, of Guilford, part-time faculty; Mark Franzese, of Waterbury, part-time faculty; Shelley Giordano, of Hamden, associate professor of diagnostic imaging; Maria Gould, of New Haven, custodian; Heather Hamilton, of Naugatuck, director of graduate financial aid; Patrick Harewood, of West Haven, part-time faculty; Katherine Harris, of North Branford, associate professor of physical therapy; Kim Healy, of Branford, part-time faculty; Stephen Henderson, of Hamden, associate professor of fine arts; Robert Henry, of Cheshire, medical director/team physician; David Herndon, of Hamden, part-time faculty; Brian Jones, of Killingworth, professor of marketing & advertising; Linda Jones, of Cheshire, custodian; Lisa Jones, of Hamden, custodian; Frances Kelly, of Branford, library assistant (interlibrary loan); Frank Lussier, of Naugatuck, part-time faculty; Angela Mattie, of East Haven, associate professor of management; James McCaughern-Carucci, of St. Johns, Fla., part-time faculty; Mary Michel-Marchitto, of Seymour, part-time faculty; Ralph Neclerio, of Wallingford, part-time faculty; Patricia Norberg, of Cheshire, associate professor of marketing/advertising; Lisa O’Connor, of East Haddam, associate professor of nursing; Dianna Pategas, of Sandy Hook, associate vice president for alumni affairs & parent relations; Sharon Patterson-Miller, of New Haven, custodian; Gail Peabody, of Bethany, secretary for QU Online; Louis Pereira, of Naugatuck, custodian; Rosario Perez, of New Haven, custodian; Teresa Pires, of New Haven, custodian; Linda Remillard, of Cheshire, staff nurse; Cheryl Riello, of Hamden, assistant director of advancement services data/documents; Anthony Romano, of East Haven, master carpenter; Stephen Ronai, of North Haven, part-time faculty; Patricia Rondini, of Meriden, part-time faculty; Amy Rosen, of Branford, development officer, reunion gift program; Michael Schleif, of Wallingford, media production specialist; Karin Schwanbeck, of Cheshire, associate professor of journalism; Annemarie Scott, of Wallingford, accounting assistant; Kathleen Scott, of Meriden, secretary for the sciences; Jill Shahverdian, of Middletown, associate professor of mathematics; Vicki Todd, of Cheshire, assistant professor of public relations; William Toth, of Ansonia, desktop support specialist; Mark Varholak, of Orange, associate controller; Angela Walker, of Hamden, associate professor of psychology; Jill Wurcel, of Hamden, assistant director of financial aid, School of Law; and Mary Zaffino, of West Haven, executive assistant to the dean of the School of Medicine.

The university also recognized the following employees who are retiring: honorees: Teresa Amore, of Cheshire, secretary, accounting; Carol Boucher, of Wallingford, associate vice president for student affairs; Christopher Crocco, of Hamden, public safety officer; Carolyn DeGrand, of Hamden, secretary, College of Arts and Sciences; Susan Elliott, of New London, N.H., internship coordinator for the College of Arts and Sciences; Richard Ferguson, of Guilford, senior vice president for administration; Carolyn Hosey, of Hamden, secretary, development; John Kay, of Hamden, custodian; Marie Koch, of Cheshire, part-time faculty, physical therapy; Robert Martinez, of Rockport, Mass., professor of biology; Suzy Pafka, of Branford, client services technician; Roberta Spiegel, of Fredericksburg, Va., secretary, occupational therapy; Bruce White, of Hamden, professor of computer information system; and Russell Woodman, of Wallingford, professor of physical therapy.




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