Sheila Sullivan, Arts ’66, Nurs ’90, retired after 24 years as a nurse at the former Downey (Calif.) Regional Medical Center. She is excited to spend time with her grandchildren and great-grandson.
David Szucs, Arts ’64, and Charlotte (Toma) Szucs, Sp ’64, celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on Dec. 26, 2014 with a dinner with family and friends. They met at their freshman mixer and dated throughout college.
Dan Kain, Arts ’64, was inducted into the Boston/New England chapter of the Silver Circle of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences for his contribution to the community and television industry.
Dennis Herrick, Jour ’64, wrote a mystery novel, A Brother’s Cold Case, which is based in and around Albuquerque, N.M.
Robert Sullivan, Arts ’68, is senior partner at New York-based Sullivan Papain Block McGrath & Cannavo P.C. He also was one of 13 firm lawyers included in the 2015 issue of Best Lawyers.
Paul T. Kirner, Bus Ad ’69, ran the equivalent of the circumference of the earth.
Marguerite Sullivan Ryan, Nurs ’60,
Richard A. Rockhill, Eng ’65, Grad 68, Grad 72,
James L. O’Shea, Med ’62,
Peter J. Dundon, Bus Ad ’68,