Marist Magazine: Fall 2014 - page 31

Kristin (Siebrecht) Bohan ’91/’92MA was recently asked by S.C. Governor
Nikki Haley to serve on the Board of Trustees for the South Carolina
Governor’s School for the Arts and Humanities. Above are Kristin (left)
and her husband, Michael Bohan, MD (right), with Haley.
More than 150 alumni, parents, and friends from the business and
finance industry attended a networking reception at the New York Stock
Exchange in lower Manhattan on April 2, 2014. Lou Pastina, senior vice
president of operations at the NYSE and a Marist parent, generously
hosted the group. Marist President Dennis J. Murray provided a College
update before introducing Dean Lawrence Singleton of the School
of Management. Guests included (from left) Bob McAndrew ‘79, Rich
Pustorino P’14/’16, and Marist Executive Vice President Geoff Brackett.
Peter Whalen ’91MPA,
a lieutenant colonel in
the United States Army
Reserve, received his
Master of Strategic
Studies degree from the
United States Army War
College on June 6, 2014,
at Carlisle Barracks, Pa.
He was one of only 22
Army Reserve officers
selected to attend the
resident program this
academic year. The
Class of 2014 consisted
of 308 U.S. military and
civilian leaders and 77
International Fellows
from 67 countries. Above, Whalen (right) is congratulated by Maj. Gen.
Anthony Cucolo III, the 49th commandant of the United States Army
War College, on his graduation. Whalen received his commission as an
officer in 1991 from the Marist ROTC program.
Andrew French ’02 and his sons Riley and Drew visited Marist’s Martin
boathouse recently. French was part of the Marist men’s crew team that
swept the 2002 MAAC rowing championships and the men’s varsity eight
crew that reached the semifinals of the 2002 Henley Royal Regatta in
England, the first time Marist had ever qualified for the historic regatta.
The 2002 team also won the ECAC Championship, defeating Georgetown
for the gold. Andy and his wife, Andrea (Kutchma) French ’03, welcomed
their third son, Carter Kutchma, on June 21, 2014.
Travis Tellitocci
‘04/’14MA was honored
by the Dutchess County
Regional Chamber of
Commerce as a Forty
under 40 recipient
in April 2014. He was
recognized as one
of the top 40 people
under the age of 40
who are shaping the
future of the Hudson
Valley. Travis and
his wife, Bobbi Sue
(Gibbons) Tellitocci
‘04/’14MA, received
Master of Arts degrees
in integrated marketing
communication from
Marist in May 2014.
WAYNE EGGLESTON
Emelia Lartey ’15
(right) was named
first runner-up in
the Miss Ghana
USA pageant
July 12, 2014, at
the Alvin Ailey
American Dance
Theater in New
York City. Lartey
received her sash
from Ellen Osei,
vice president of
the Miss Ghana
USA organization.
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