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We want to celebrate the accomplishments of our pre-1990s graduates, too, but we need to hear from you in order to share your updates! No matter what your class year, please email with your job changes, retirement news, promotions, or wedding and baby announcements, and write “class notes” in the subject line.


Gabriela Gordon ’20 designed the new brand identity for the City of Albany, New York. Her design is one of seven concepts submitted by 13 Saint Rose graphic design students. The students, led by Professor Ann Breaznell, began studying Albany history and artifacts in 2019 to create a new brand identity that would reflect the city’s heritage and culture in today’s world. The new brand identity is used on Albany’s print and electronic publications and media.”Throughout the process, I increased my knowledge of the city that I had started to call home (and still do) a few years prior. The design process as a whole was a true collaboration between many talented Saint Rose designers — the ideas, thoughts, and hard work that my team produced brought this brand to life. I am truly thrilled that the culmination of our collaboration and dedication to design was chosen to represent the City for hopefully many years to come.”


Matt Parrella ’19 has become a Salesforce developer for Coastal Cloud in the sunny state of Florida.

Dedeou Diarra ’18 is working as a research intern for The Research Foundation for SUNY in Albany, New York.

Dana Nicoletti ’18 has joined Pinckney Hugo Group, a marketing communications firm in Syracuse, New York, as assistant account manager.

Jeff Kozlowski ’15 has joined TTEC in the Phoenix metropolitan area, Arizona, as the firm’s Google account strategist.

Jess Ayotte ’15 has joined R\West as social media manager in the New York City metropolitan area.

Michael Grundig ’15 has become a corporate account executive for in Boston, Massachusetts.

Andrew J. Williamson ’14 published an opinion piece, “A special ed to professional pipeline is what we need,” in the Times Union on February 8, 2021. “As someone who is dyslexic and has seen so many issues within the system, this is a small attempt to start a discussion,” he said.

Daniel A. Cobbins ’13 is a special education teacher in the Charlotte-Mecklenburg schools (Charlotte, North Carolina).

Lawrence Moultrie G’12, G’13 has joined Ballston Spa High School in Ballston Spa, New York, as assistant principal.

Taryn Mullahy G’11, who teaches fourth grade at Blue Creek Elementary School in Colonie, New York, was interviewed for a Q&A with Spotlight News. She shared her thoughts on helping kids through the COVID-19 pandemic, the silver lining of teaching remotely, and how her father inspired her to go into education.


Jimmy Fallon ’09 was the subject of a short item in an indie news blog that listed some quick facts about him and speculated on his net worth.

Mike DePaoli III ’07 was promoted to head men’s basketball coach at Fordham University in New York City. In an interview with the Times Union, he reflects on the importance of Saint Rose on his life and career and recalls his time on campus (where he met his wife) with great fondness.

Anna (Carr) Trocino ’07 has been promoted to associate director for development at the American Cancer Society in the New York, New York, metropolitan area.


Anthony DeRico ’97 has joined Oracle as senior business development manager in New York City.

Scott Santoro ’93 has become head of talent acquisition at SolutionHealth in the Boston, Massachusetts, metropolitan area.

Kevin Graber ’92 has signed on with the Bourne Braves in the Cape Cod Baseball League as assistant baseball coach (Bourne, Massachusetts).


Cari (Carolyn) Scribner ’85 has published her first novel,
“A Girl Like You.” The book is a romantic comedy about a divorced woman in her 50s who tries her hand at online dating. Scribner, who has written for Capital District newspapers for decades, has been working on submitting her short fiction to literary journals for publication while looking for a literary agent for her novel. She told the Troy Record that she queried more than 100 agents before finding the right one. The book is published by Circuit Breaker and will be available at local bookstores and on

In memorial

Robert John Fuller G’97
Pat Filien ’93
Patricia Ann Cornell G’83
Alice Soodsma Kulig ’83
Patricia C. DeSimone ’80
Cheryl A. Wrzochalski G’73
Sr. Mary Helen Dillon RSM ’72
Abby Mary Orton ’68
Regina A. (O’Hanlon) Nettleton ’66
Sister Catherine Joseph Croghan, CSJ, ’66
Dawne Rose Guidry ‘64
Constance “Connie” M. Haczynski Riley ’63, G’66
Diana Valente Liscinsky ’59
Karol Zuccaro Powers-Case ’57
Geraldine W. (Winkle) Niezgoda ’47
Elizabeth “Betty” A. (Flanigan) Bell ’45
Anne Marie Bennison ’41

Friends of Saint Rose

Keith David Sherman, former adjunct professor in the Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies
Annie Sheeley, longtime dining employee at Saint Rose
Thomas Leonard Pfeiffer, father of Lynn Cantwell, director of the Office for Students with Disabilities
Eugene Scott