ber schools to sustain their Ignatian vi-
sion and Jesuit mission of educational
excellence in the formation of young
men and women of competence, con-
science and compassion. Andretta or-
ganizes program logistics for
conferences, seminars and other
events, as well as assisting with publi-
cations and coordinating social media.
Brno of the Kooperative National Bas-
ketball League in the Czech Republic.
The 12-month, com-
petitive program com-
with credit analysis
writing and two in-
depth business line rotations. Rooney
interned with Citizens Commercial
Banking Middle Markets team last
her Juris Doctor from The Charlotte school of Law in Char-
baseball team headquartered in Jackson,
responsible for generating content about Tro-
caire and its students, faculty, alumni and
programs, disseminating that content to the
media and across various communication
platforms and supporting advertising, com-
munity relations and marketing efforts. Previously, she was
managing editor of the East Aurora Advertiser.
Demara served the past two seasons as the assistant coach
for the fledgling women's lacrosse program at Division II
Alderson Broaddus University.
things social media for 5W's 200 clients.
Advertising Group in Fairport; Tyler is a producer at
13WHAM-TV in Rochester.
John C. Fee III, '43, Rochester, N.Y.
Dr. Francis A. Fote, M.D., '48, Sun City West,
Charles R. McArdell, '49, Henderson Harbor,
Vincent D. Hayes, '50, Canandaigua, N.Y.
Albert V. Songer, '50, Muncie, Ind.
John J. Trevisan, '50, Arlington, Va.
William T. Comisky, '51, Framingham, Mass.
Rev. Gilio L. Dipre, '51, Erie, Pa. *
Paul A. Jones, '51, Oneida, N.Y.
Robert E. Myrtle, '51, Plymouth, Mich.
A. William Westbrook, '51, Binghamton, N.Y.
Harold R. Golden, '52, Springlake, N.C.
Dr. Edwin S. McIntyre, '52, Sun City West, Ariz.
Francis F. Roach, '52, Rochester, N.Y.
Valmore A. Tanguay, '52, Somersworth, N.H.
Rev. Rayner Williams, O.F.M., '52, New York,
Robert R. Ellis, '54, Yardley, Pa.
George H. Pierce II, '55, Allegany, N.Y.
Fr. Roy M. Gasnick, O.F.M., '56, St. Petersburg,
Patrick Moloney, '56, Commack, N.Y.
Robert E. Collins, '57, Hilton Head Island, S.C.
14th annual Gringo Open golf outing to celebrate the life of Robert D. Per-
aza, '94, '96, and raise nearly $40,000 for the St. Bonaventure scholarships in
his name. To learn more about the Peraza scholarships and how to give,
please contact Kathleen Ryan at firstname.lastname@example.org or (716) 375-2308.
Henry S. Miller, '57, Shirley, Mass.
E. Thomas Morrison, '57, Philadelphia, Pa.
Kay (Hirsch) Screen, '58, Tinton Falls, N.J.
William A. Burtch, '59, Columbus, Ohio
Col. Raymond A. Kolin, '59,
1st Lt. William H. Lambertson, '61,
Dr. James J. Kinney, '64, Midlothian, Va.
Sr. Maureen Dorr, '66, Cranston, R.I.
James H. Burton, '67, Hackettstown, N.J.
Sr. Madeleine Martel, '69, Tampa, Fla.
Laurence McQuillan, '69, Silver Spring, Md.
Carl E. Shively, Ph.D., '69, Alfred Station,
Maribel W. Printup, '71, Salamanca, N.Y.
Alfred R. Rauh, '72, Orchard Park, N.Y.
Michael J. Keenan, '74, Olean, N.Y.
Lt. Col. (Ret.) Edwin A. O'Neill, '74,
Thomas V. Rigoli, '75, Leesburg, Fla.
David J. McFarland, '77, Northford, Conn.
Kresten M. Bjornsson, '79, Freehold, N.Y.
David A. Jones, '87, Bradford, Pa.
Michael E. Oyler, '89, Kill Buck, N.Y.
at the university for 25 years, died Sept. 5. Biter was an as-
sociate professor of sociology from 1974 until his retire-
ment in spring 1999. He previously served as chair of St.
Bonaventure's sociology and social sciences department
and was the university's first director of institutional re-
ence at SBU, died Aug. 30. Harlan came to St. Bonaven-
ture in 1979 and served as an assistant and associate
professor of philosophy through 1986. He became an as-
sociate professor of computer science in 1987 and chaired
the department from 1988 to 2003. He retired in Decem-
ber 2013 after 34 years of service.
students, died Sept. 14. She graduated from St. Bonaven-
ture College with a bachelor's degree in ancient languages
in 1941. She taught in high schools in Limestone, Allegany,
and Olean between 1942 and 1956. The Loughlen resi-
dence hall is named after members of her family.
St. Bonaventure University from 1994 to 2003, died Nov.
25. The university learned of his passing as the magazine
was going to press. A more complete profile of the uni-
vesity's 19th president will appear in the summer edition of