Immaculata Magazine Summer 2014 - page 59

lucky to meet up with
Ellen Collins
and her husband Tom in
Pinehurst, NC last year and remi-
nisce about the ‘good ole days’!”
Pat Maguire Morris
reports that
she has eight grandchildren and
another one on the way. Pat faith-
fully gets together once a month
Mary McCusker Harkins,
Marianne Scott Langan,
and until
last March,
Mary Murphy
may she rest in
peace. Not a day goes by that
they don’t think of her.
With praise and thanksgiving,
Mario and Sandra Snyder
announce that their
youngest son, Marc Vincent
Paveglio, was ordained to the
priesthood on May 31, 2014 by
His Excellency, the Most Rever-
end John C. Nienstedt, Archbish-
op of St. Paul and Minneapolis,
MN. Rev. Paveglio will serve as a
diocesan priest for the Archdio-
cese of St. Paul and Minneapolis,
his first assignment to serve as
parochial vicar for the parish of
Our Lady of Grace in Edina, MN.
Barbara Crea Shannon
, who
is President of the Immacu-
lata University Alumni Board of
Governors, is the 2014 recipi-
ent of the Alumni Medal, which
will be presented at the Awards
Gala in October of this year. She
teaches Italian and opera appre-
ciation at her home. She and her
husband also operate a busi-
ness selling Shaklee products.
Anita Baldi Gabler
has joined the
real estate firm of Brown
Harris Stevens in Palm Beach,
FL. Anita specializes in
residential sales and leasing
in the Palm Beach County
area. Anita had been a resi-
dent of Palm Beach for over
eight years and couldn’t think
of a better place to live.
Suzanne Feiring Heron
“Please let
Denise Conway
Crawford ’74
know she did a
great service to IU by her dis-
cussion on women’s basketball
on WHYY radio. Well said!”
Mary McQuillen DeCaro
and her
husband Roy welcomed their
second grandson, Edward
McQuillen DeCaro, on March 3,
2014. He joins older brother Alex.
Anne Marie Richards Marangi
achieved the Circle of
Excellence Sales Award for
realtors in New Jersey.
Eileen Monahan Chopnick
been elected president of the
PA Academy of Nutrition and
Dietetics for 2014-2015.
Annie Harkin
is a volunteer tutor
(kindergarten through college),
helping with study skills, coun-
seling women, children, and
addicts at Mixed Media.
Ruth Rizzo, M.D.,
is happily retired
and living in the Florida Keys
with her husband Rich. She
is looking forward to her older
son’s wedding this October.
Kathy James
shares, “Had a
great time at my 40th reunion!
Great turnout—over 25 folks!”
Jeannie Kilsheimer Caserta
husband Michael announced the
engagement of their daughter
Julie Marie to Dr. Andrew Byrnes,
D.D.S. of Altamonte Springs, FL.
The wedding will be held at St.
James Cathedral in Orlando, FL
on November 21, 2014. Julie,
an interior designer, and Drew, a
dentist, will reside in Winter Park,
FL, where his dental practice is
located. Jeannie is self-employed
as a family therapist who utilizes
her French skills working with
families from the Caribbean
and other locations. Jeannie
retired as a teacher and family
therapist with Broward County
School Board in Ft. Lauderdale,
FL after 28 years of service.
Immaculata University Board
of Trustees member
McCullough, J.D.,
was the recipi-
ent of Saint Joseph’s College’s
2014 Honorary Degree, a Doctor
of Public Service. Maureen is the
Northeast regional director
of Catholic Relief Services.
Renee Tomasso Esposito
“My daughter, Kimberly, is com-
pleting her final two months as an
MVC nurse volunteer in Savan-
nah, GA. She started her year of
service after her graduation in
May 2013. My daughter, Jennifer,
received her associate degree in
culinary arts in March. She has
begun her career as a chef.”
Eileen Healy Arnold
recently lost
her mother to cancer. Shortly
after, she became a grand-
mother. “My son James and his
wife Aleksandra gave birth to a
beautiful baby boy on February
8, 2014. I was lucky to spend
two weeks in Houston enjoy-
ing my new role as grandmom.
The circle of life in my life.”
Christine Suchnick Lis
“Finally living the dream in
Florida. As of February 2014,
my husband and I sold off our
Pennsylvania home and be-
longings and moved full-time
to southwest Florida. We are
enjoying the beautiful weather
and many outdoor activities.”
As a member of the faculty in the
School of Continuing and Profes-
sional Studies of Chestnut Hill
Sister Patricia Mengel,
has been invited to teach
within a new collaborative part-
nership between the College and
the African Sisters Educational
Collaborative (ASEC). Building on
and joining with the initial alliance
as established through Marywood
University and Higher Education
for Sisters in Africa (HESA),
Pictured in Murnau, Germany, at the foot of the Alps, are L to R: George
Meister (Anne Meister’s brother), Loreta Chirico Perthes ’70,
Anne Meister ’70, and Carl Perthes, Loreta’s husband.
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