Madeleine (Gonczy) Fisher, Nurs ’72 and Albert J. “AJ” Fisher , Eng ’70: has worked 43 years for Nuclear Waste Partnership (originally Westinghouse Corp.) and plans to retire this year.
In Memoriam: Michael John Krauski, Eng ’72, Grad ‘1974
Michael John Krauski, Eng ’72, Grad ‘1974
In Memoriam: Mary Ann Hickey Renz, Jour ’72
Mary Ann Hickey Renz, Jour ’72
In Memoriam: Karen Ann Glapa, Arts ’72
Karen Ann Glapa, Arts ’72
In Memoriam: Robert Henry Fischer, Eng ’72
Robert Henry Fischer, Eng ’72
Dennis Sell, Bus Ad ’72
Dennis Sell, Bus Ad ’72 published a 400-page coffee table-sized book with nearly 300 pictures titled The Glory Days of Algoma High School Boys’ Basketball, 1948–1968, and a Fond Look Back at Algoma’s “Good Old Days”.
Edward Pontacoloni, Arts ’72, Edu ‘1972
Edward Pontacoloni, Arts ’72, Edu ‘1972 received a bronze medal in the Reader’s Favorite 2016 International Book Award Contest. He received the award in the animal fiction category for his work Rooster. He is an attorney, outdoorsman and general counsel to the Dr. John E. Flaherty Field Trial Clubs Association Inc.
Ronald Hofer, Arts ’72, Law ‘1981
Ronald Hofer, Arts ’72, Law ‘1981 was named a distinguished professor by the National Judicial College in Reno, Nev. He is the first distinguished professor in NJC’s 53-year history and has taught there since 1994.
Edward Pontacoloni, Arts ’72
Edward Pontacoloni, Arts ’72 received the Lake George Village (NY) Mayor’s Award from Village Mayor Bob Blais for his contributions in drafting obscenity laws to regulate the public and commercial display of “child inappropriate materials” in the village.
Michael Hupy, Law ’72
Michael Hupy, Law ’72 and Hupy and Abraham S.C. received a 2015 Litigator Award, a prestigious accolade given to less than one percent of trial attorneys across the nation. Hupy and Abraham received the award for legal representation in the category, Dangerous Conditions: Slip and Fall. After more than six years of deliberations, the plaintiff […]