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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! Please email us at with your news, and write “class notes” in the subject line.


Cody Okonski ’15, Nick Cavin ’16, Patrick Foxton ’16 and bandmate Chris comprise the band Millington. A punk/ska band, they are increasingly in-demand and just played the Governor’s Ball music festival at Citi Field in New York City. Headliners included Halsey, Kid Cudi, and J. Cole. For more information or to purchase their music, visit

Tiffany Baye Niles ’10 has been appointed the new director of human resources for The Masonic Care Community (MCC), a nonprofit organization that provides skilled nursing, rehabilitation services, adult residential care, home care and independent living options. As director of human resources, Niles will manage human resource activities for MCC including talent acquisition, benefits and salary administration, staff development, education, and collective bargaining.


Jennifer Culkin Sinski ’09, G’11, part of the Silvermine Community Artists in Residence, will be featured in the June exhibition at the Wilton Library. The exhibition runs through Wednesday, June 29. Most of the works are available for purchase with a portion of the proceeds benefiting the library. For more information, visit

Christie Cremo ’07 has been appointed the next principal of Leverett Elementary in the Fayetteville School District in Arkansas. Previously, she served as the principal of Washington District Elementary School in Oak Grove, Virginia.

Shaundra Bartlett ’04 has joined the staff at Sun Community News as a reporter. She will be based at the Times of Ti market.


Kevin Warren ’98 has been appointed the next principal of Glens Falls High School. Prior to this new position, he served as principal at Oppenheim-Ephratah-St. Johnsville Junior-Senior High School.

Amanda Simmes ’94 has been appointed to the new position of coordinator for student learning and improvement. This position is responsible for addressing student learning and growth after interrupted instruction and learning loss caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.


Annmarie Urso ’85 is the president and a fellow of the International Academy for Research in Learning Disabilities. She is a professor at the Ella Cline Shear School of Education, SUNY Geneseo.

In Memoriam

Jeanette Whitbeck ’84, G’88

Kathaleen Cleveland ’81

Nicholas “Nick” Cioffi Jr. ’80

Anne Scmidt Bakeman G’77

Marion McNeely Smith G’69

Sister Mary Ruth Beale, CSJ (Sister Margaret Beale) ’67

Sister Mary Celestine (Isabell) McCann, OSF ’64

Mary F. Gersbacher ’63

Sister Gabriel Marie Meyer ’63

Sister Katherine McPeak, CSJ ’61, professor emeritus

Friends of Saint Rose

Gerald W. Connolly

Martha Louise Nouhan Ganem

Nicholas “Nick”  Miseno

Joan Sherwood