$37,000 for the foundation and set up valuable
infrastructure enhancements to the organiza-
Mastery is a top performing charter network
serving more than 12,000 children in 21
schools in the most poverty-stricken areas of
Philadelphia and Camden.
promoted to lieutenant colonel in the New
York Army National Guard. Frank, a full-time
member of the Army National Guard, has been
serving as the executive officer for Maj. Gen.
Patrick Murphy, the adjutant general of New
York. He moved into a new job as the legisla-
tive liaison officer for the New York National
Guard and is also serving as the commander of
the Headquarters Battalion of the 42nd Infantry
Division in Troy.
New York City. Rabaa focuses on representing
victims of neurological injuries, especially trau-
matic brain injuries. He is the national president
of "40 under 40" for the National Trial Lawyers
Association and was named a NYC "Super-
lawyer Rising Star" in 2013, 2014 and 2015.
Health Foundation for Western and Central
New York, where she previously served as com-
munications manager. The Health Foundation is
an independent, private foundation based in
Buffalo with a second office in Syracuse.
three of the webseries "Swords of Insurgency,"
and joining the caste of "Dirt Old Supersti-
tion," premiering Jan. 31.
partment and is based in the retailer's home
in Buffalo. Little's practice focuses on commer-
cial and business litigation.
manager for Praxair, Inc. Christensen, who pre-
viously served as internal communications man-
ager within Praxair's Global Procurement
department, is now responsible for assisting in
the development of Praxair's annual Global Giv-
ing strategy as well as the day-to-day manage-
ment, coordination and financial administration
of the program.
designed to give early readers a new way to
look at letters and words.
for-profit agency located in Buffalo that pro-
vides free legal services to people with low
income and people with disabilities.
top student-athlete profile (feature story) in Dis-
trict 2 (Delaware, New Jersey, Pennsylvania,
Maryland, West Virginia, D.C.) during the 2014-
15 academic year. Eddy, who previously worked
at Bloomsburg University, joined the St.
Bonaventure community this fall as assistant
sports information director.
certified payroll professional in April and was
named secretary of the Buffalo-Niagara Payroll
Association in January. She has held prior posi-
tions at Fisher Price, Citigroup, ITT Tech and
Bryan Di Lella, '86
Mike Magulick, '93
nas, '96, and Brad Campbell
(Mullin) '97, and Gregory Hor-
'00, '01, and Eric Hall
Michael Bogart, '02
(Mullen), '02, and Justin
O'Reilly, '03, and Rich O'Reilly
dola), '05, and Richard Lagowski
'06, and Jason Millican
thony Samuel (2015) to Lori and
Brad Kovalovsky, '06
(Minchin), '06, and Geoff Roark
(Keenan), '07, and Brian Kelly,
ton), '07, '08, and Matthew
(Kane), '07, '08, and Andrew
ston), '08, and Charlie Bender,
jerovic), '08, and Timothy Con-
daughter Chris take a break dur-
ing a weeklong, 480-mile Moun-
tains to Coast bike ride across
'06, traveled to Assisi on July 6 as
part of a two-week Italian vaca-
tion. Amid the stunning views,
the highlight of the visit was
touring St. Francis' Basilica, from
Giotto's stunning frescoes to
praying together before the
Tomb of St. Francis. Pax et
in Portland, Maine, are Beverly
(Smith) Collins, '77, Pat (Ryan)
Lampl, '77, and Ron Esposito, '75.