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 email@example.com with your news, and write “class notes” in the subject line.
Ashley Arcuri ’15 has joined the law firm of Enea, Scanlan & Sirignano as an associate attorney. With offices in White Plains and Somers, Ashley’s practice areas include elder law; Medicaid planning and applications; wills, trusts, and estates; and special needs planning.
Brian Seitz ’11 was featured in the Times Union for his amazing woodworking skills and his custom furniture and wood supply company, Urban Industrial Designs. Creating both residential and commercial custom pieces and offering online DIY classes, UID is thriving and continuing to grow, which in the new year will include a new furniture line of smaller showroom furniture items. Check them out on Instagram or online.
Andrea Brown Gray G’10 is the new president and CEO of the United Way of Greater Niagara.
Kathryn Vaughn G’05, an educator and advocate, was named a 2023 Celia B. Godsil Grants in Place Fellow. This grant is extended to rural classroom teachers who teach in school districts located in one of the Rural Schools Collaborative’s 14 Regional Hub areas. As a Godsil Fellow, Kathryn’s place-based education project is to stage a STEM-based community art show featuring student and community member artwork.
Amy Hafler G’00 is Berlin Middle High School’s new assistant principal, bringing over 21 years of experience in special education to the role. The school is part of the Berlin Central School District (BCSD) in New York.
Michael Lewis ’94 was appointed senior vice president and general manager of the two Fox stations in Phoenix: KSAZ (Fox) and KUTP (MNT). Lewis has been with the Fox Television Stations for 20 years.
Jason Radalin’94, a lifelong “Jeopardy!” fan, was a contestant on the show. You can catch his December 20 episode on-demand and on streaming platforms.
Judith Enck ’81, president of Beyond Plastics, was one of four expert witnesses called to testify before the Senate Environment and Public Works Subcommittee at the first-ever major Senate hearing on plastic waste.
Katherine Ann Lowther Gray G’87
Lois Pogoda Portnick ’79
Timothy Albright G’75
Donna Rowley Bennett ’70
Rev. Ralph Bramble G’70
Mary Anne Percia Silino ’69
Catherine “Cassie” Waterhouse Paupst ’65
Thomas Flynn Jr. G’62
Patricia Alsid Thompson ’60
Patricia Starr Newquist ’56
Geraldine Blank DiZio ’47
Friends of Saint Rose
Susan Spring Lange
Bernadette Mayer, former poet-in-residence