Skip to Main Content

Find out which of our alums is celebrating a promotion, a new career, or their start-up business in Class Notes. Read about new babies and wedding announcements. See who is making news, and take a moment to remember those who have passed on.

Every month, we find ourselves short on Class Notes from classes before the 1990s. We want to share all of our alumni’s accomplishments, but we don’t know what you’re up to if you don’t tell us. Please email us at alumni@strose.edu with your news, and write “class notes” in the subject line.

2020s

Stephanie “Annie” Scherer ’20 released her first full-length album “Garden Bed.” Each song on the album was written during her time as a student at Saint Rose.

Liam Guiton ’18, G’20 has joined the Skidmore College men’s lacrosse staff as an assistant coach.
2010s

2010s

Michael Vespe G’18 has joined The Garden City Public Schools as director of literacy K-12.

Daniel Martinelli G’15 has been named assistant superintendent for educational services by the Cohoes Board of Education.

Baby Iannizzotto and family

Congratulations to Regina K. Iannizzotto Antebi ’13 on the birth of Tehila Adina Antebi.

Regina K. Iannizzotto Antebi ’13 is excited to announce the birth of our baby girl! Tehila Adina Antebi was born August 22, 2021.

Matthew Babula G’13 has been appointed as a specialist in the Academic Advisement Center at Herkimer County Community College.

Zizette Deutsch G’12 was named special education supervisor assigned to Lincoln-Titus Elementary School in Crompond, New York, and to Lakeland Copper Beech Middle School in Yorktown, New York.

Alyssa Northburg ’12, G’13 was named Teacher of the Year at Edward Best Elementary, part of the Franklin County School System in North Carolina.

2000s

Jennifer Green G’07 is the new director of pupil personnel services at Middleburgh Central School District.

Joleen Rabuano G’05 is now a social studies teacher in the Rye City School District in Rye, New York.

Katherine Broderick ’04 has joined Livingston Energy Group as the Director of Community Engagement.

Matthew Babula G’13 has been appointed as a specialist in the Academic Advisement Center at Herkimer County Community College.

Zizette Deutsch G’12 was named special education supervisor assigned to Lincoln-Titus Elementary School in Crompond, New York, and to Lakeland Copper Beech Middle School in Yorktown, New York.

Alyssa Northburg ’12, G’13 was named Teacher of the Year at Edward Best Elementary, part of the Franklin County School System in North Carolina.

Jason Urschel ’12 has joined Saratoga National Bank & Trust Co. as assistant vice president, commercial relationship manager.

Stacey Connor G’09 is the new assistant principal at Catskill Elementary School.

Rebecca Relyea ’06 joined the faculty at the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts (MCLA) as an assistant professor of radiologic science.

1990s

Suzanne Maloney ’98 has joined Northern Rivers Family of Services as the coordinator of the Bella Greenhouse and Educational Center.

Kevin Goyer Jr. ’97 has joined BioDerm, Inc., a leading provider of disposable medical devices and wound care supplies, as vice president/people.

Kevin Graber ’92 was named the Northeast Region Coach of the Year by the American Baseball Coaches Association (ABCA). This is his second honor in the last three seasons. Kevin is the varsity baseball coach at Phillips Academy Andover.

1980s

William “Bill” Foster ’85, an attorney at Barclay Damon with over 30 years experience, has been named to the 2021 Upstate New York Super Lawyers list.

Kimberly Brooks Penman ’84, G’86 retired from Albany High School, where she served as a special education teacher for 34 years. This concludes a wonderful career in education spanning over 35 years.

1970s

The Rev. Leonard Comithier Jr.’72, a pastor at Macedonia Baptist Church for over 35 years, is being honored with the prestigious Rev. Joyce Giles Pastoral Award by the Capital Area Council of Churches (CACC). Honorees are chosen who demonstrate outstanding pastoral ministry and exemplify racial, gender, and denominational inclusiveness.

1950s

Floranne (Flo) Smith McCraith ’57 is happy to report she is retired and living happily in Florida with her wonderful husband Bob. They are enjoying keeping up with their 16 children, 38 grandchildren, and 20 great-grandchildren.

In Memoriam

Matthew Davidowicz ’12
Patricia Pierro G’12
Nancy Bainbridge White G’93
Grace Druzba ’90
Kristine Smith ’90, G’99
Henry “Hank” Hren, Jr. ’88
Mark Legler ’84
Holly Gates-Morgan G’83
Laura Gaida Channell ’79, G’93
Alice Morris Schrade ’78
Timothy B. Roberts ’75
Ronald E. Reuter G’74
Sister Edward Marie Tesiero (Edwina Mary) ’74
Sister Mary Rose Noonan, CSJ ’73
Sister Lois Barton, CSJ ’71
Marion DeWitt ’71
Yvette Scott Jones ’71
Ellen McKeon ’69
John Ainsworth G’67
Patricia M. McDonough ’67
Sister Giovanna Marie Marcoccia ’66
Mary Lynn Shaughnessy Baldwin ’62
Sister Bernadette Catellier, CSJ (Sister Rose Bernadette) ’62
Maryann A. Thouin ’61
Mary Evelyn Fox Whitney ’61
Ellen Murphy Carruthers ’60
Marian Koch G’60
Rosemary Reilly Myers ’60
Marianne Osborn Gould ’58
Kathleen Bergan Brown ’55
Diana Sin-Wai Pai Hsieh ’53
Louise M Mgurdichian Giragosian ’52
Lorraine Cox Carpenter ’51
Mary Roszykiewicz Flatley ’50, G’55
Jo Ann Morrill Nolan ’49
Mary Bristol Suplee ’48

Friends of Saint Rose

Dr. Steve Alger, retired faculty member
Julian R. Kolod, retired faculty member
Kayleigh Heinmiller, assistant director of human resources
Richard “Dick” Huether, trustee emeritus
Dr. Wayne Morris Hurr, former director of the Counseling and Psychological Services Center

Get Saint Rose News Emailed Each Month

Subscribe to the President's Newsletter Today!