Marilyn Martone
Aug15

Marilyn Martone

[icon name="icon-print"] Printer Friendly In 1998, when their daughter Michelle was a senior at the University of Chicago, Larry and Marilyn Martone received a call saying she had been hit by a car and had a traumatic brain injury. Ironically—and also providentially—Martone was teaching health care ethics at St. John’s University in New York. “The things I taught in the classroom, now I’m actually experiencing,” she said. “I teach...

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Janelle Lacey
Aug15

Janelle Lacey

[icon name="icon-print"] Printer Friendly After self-described “foodie” Janelle (Steiger) Lacey graduated from Immaculata in 2008, she never imagined her career would bring her back to the campus. Now a licensed dietician/nutritionist, Lacey is employed by Williamson Hospitality Services, a division of CulinArt, Inc., through which she works at four religious nursing/long-term care homes in the suburban Philadelphia region, including...

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Todd Hassler
Aug15

Todd Hassler

[icon name="icon-print"] Printer Friendly The journey is the thing for Todd Hassler ‘12, even when that journey involves a 2.4-mile swim, a 112-mile bike ride, followed by a 26.2-mile run. Hassler, who recently earned his B.A. in human performance management, took on the Ironman challenge in July 2012, shortly after graduating with honors from Immaculata’s College of LifeLong Learning (CLL). “The Ironman and returning to school were...

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Thuy Tran
Aug15

Thuy Tran

[icon name="icon-print"] Printer Friendly Thuy Tran made the transition from a career in fashion to one in the hospitality industry, but that’s not the most remarkable life journey she has taken. Tran, who graduated from Immaculata with the Class of 1996, was born in Vietnam. “My family tried three times to escape to the United States,” she said of the year she turned 5. “The first time it didn’t work because they told us they didn’t...

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Faithful Learning
Aug15

Faithful Learning

[icon name="icon-print"] Printer Friendly When the Archdiocese of Philadelphia went looking for its two newest school superintendents, church officials launched a national search. But the women chosen in July to fill the posts were found close to home, and both have strong ties to Immaculata. For years, the title of Archdiocesan superintendent of schools was held by one person. But now Dr. Carol Cary, who received her doctoral degree...

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