Page 18 - Marist Magazine Fall 2012

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Alumni
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M a r i s t
M a g a z i n e
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maristalumni@marist.edu
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www.marist.edu/alumni/alupdate
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Office of Alumni Relations
Marist College, 3399 North Rd.
Poughkeepsie, NY 12601-1387
Phone
(845) 575-3283
H
undreds of alumni along with their
families and friends came back
to campus to celebrate Homecoming
and Reunion Weekend Sept. 22 and
23. Saturday began with the inaugural
Alumni Awards presentation in the
Hancock Center. Then it was over to
Tenney Stadium at Leonidoff Field,
where Marist defeated Pioneer Football
League foe Davidson. Alumni also
enjoyed the annual Family Picnic on the
campus green, followed by the Theatre
Hall of Fame induction ceremony in
the Nelly Goletti Theatre and 10 class-
reunion celebrations.
At their 20-year reunion, Class of ’92 members Jennifer
(Boulay) Acosta, Anthony Mercogliano, and Jennifer
(Riat) Kerrigan recreated their photo from the 1992
Marist yearbook.
Alumni Return for Homecoming
and Reunion Weekend
Three dedicated Marist alumni received inaugural Alumni
Awards. From left, Brendan T. Burke ’68 received the
Marist College Distinguished Service Award; Dr. Linus
Richard Foy ’50, President Emeritus of Marist College, was
honored as the namesake of the Outstanding Alumnus/
Alumna Award; Edward Summers ‘04/’06M received the
Marist College Young Alumnus Award; and Bro. Sean D.
Sammon, FMS ’70 received the Dr. Linus Richard Foy ’50
Outstanding Alumnus Award. Nominations for the 2013
awards should be submitted online by March 28, 2013, at
www.marist.edu/alumni/awards.
The 2012 inductees into the Theatre Hall of Fame
included (left to right) Vinny Capozzi ’78, Marc
Liepis ’92, George Halpin ’69 (seated), Shelley
Curran ’95, and Jim Fedigan ’87. Also inducted but
not present was Marydale Dolezal Leonard ’87.
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Keeping Up with Marist Graduates