Vol. 7 No. 2
James Majeski, Class of 1985
is published by the
Office of University Advancement
A Leader for Life
St. Thomas University
16401 NW 37th Avenue A successful entrepreneur, Jim Majeski had already
Miami Gardens, FL 33054 founded his own company by the age of 30. He is president
TEL: 305-628-6660 and founder of CYDCOR, the largest face-to-face customer
FAX: 305-628-6703 acquisition company in the United States and worldwide.
Susan M. Smith Based in Westlake Village, California, CYDCOR generates
Editor & Associate Director sales either business-to-business or business-to-consumer,
firstname.lastname@example.org reaching customers that direct mail or telemarketing are
Giovanni Hernandez unable to acquire. In 2007 CYDCOR was ranked number
Assistant Editor two among all sales outsourcing vendors by the Black Book of
Outsourcing, and ranked number one in client trust and
Jerry Bernfeld vendor preference.
Alumni Association Director
email@example.com Majeski says he had decided by the age of 24 that he
Mark Casale wanted to go into business for himself. After starting various Jim Majeski with his wife, Barbara
Law School, Alumni Director
companies with varying degrees of success, he founded
CYDCOR in 1994. CYDCOR soon attracted Fortune 500 clients such as AT&T, Bell South, Verizon
and UPS. He expanded overseas into Germany, Spain, Australia and the United Kingdom. Today, the
Janine “Gigi” Laudisio
Director of Annual Giving
company has more than 300 offices worldwide.
firstname.lastname@example.org Born and raised in Philadelphia, he attended Catholic schools. He came to STU to continue his
Beverly S. Bachrach Catholic education, but also because of its national reputation for sports administration education.
Vice President Majeski remembers many changes happened on campus while he was in college – the name change from
University Advancement and Biscayne College to St. Thomas University, the launch of the law school and the building of the new
Marketing and Communications library. He lived on campus at a time when the Miami Dolphins still practiced on campus and the
Baltimore Orioles and other baseball teams came for spring training.
Rev. Msgr. Franklyn M. Casale Continued on page 4
For Class Notes, we welcome
alumni news and photos,
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including career changes,
marriages, births, member- Back by popular demand, we are excited to
ships and honors. Please announce “Bid for the Future II” — St. Thomas
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STU alumni portal at
which opened March 3, 2008, and will close
Information Update March 28. This year we have 150 amazing pack-
Please keep us informed of ages. Our auction has something for everyone —
any change in address, luxury vacation destinations that include four
employment or contact infor- continents, from Australia to Europe and great
mation by completing the form sports tickets, from the men’s tennis finals at the
on the new alumni portal
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the e-mail address at which utive suite at the Florida Marlins Opening Day catalog, which has packages in a variety of cat-
you prefer to receive news with food and beverage included. egories: Travel, Get-a-Ways, Sports, Jewelry,
about St. Thomas University. The funds we raise will benefit student
Thank you! Entertainment, Once-in-a-Lifetime Experiences,
scholarships at St. Thomas University. Our goal Dining and Wining, Sports Memorabilia, and
is to net more than $100,000. Arts and Culture. From clubhouse tickets to
Contact is also available To be part of the auction action all you have watch the Miami Dolphins to a romantic get-a-way
online at: to do is go to www.stu.edu and click on the “Bid at Little Palm Island, we have something to
www.stu.edu/alumni for the Future II Online Auction” link on the indulge anyone’s fantasies.
home page. Take a look at our amazing auction
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1974 dren. He has authored three language 1994
arts textbooks and one novel. Doug and
Steven P. Barrett, B.A., Public his wife, Lisa, have just celebrated their Yvonne Diaz, M.S. Healthcare
Administration/Criminal Justice, has 25th anniversary and have two children, Administration, has been named vice
published his first book, Lead Kindly Chris, who is pursuing his M.B.A., and president of Baptist Outpatient Services,
Light: A Devotional for Mentally Ill Ashley, a sophomore in high school. a fast-growing part of Baptist Health
People and Their Loved Ones. South Florida. She oversees urgent
According to Steven, this book is both care, diagnostic imaging, transcrip-
motivational and autobiographical. 1982 tion and laboratory services at eight
Chuck Domino, M.S. Sports Baptist Medical Plazas and two out-
1979 Administration, will be inducted into patient diagnostic centers. She has been
the Berks County working at Baptist Health for 19
Christopher M. Neilson, M.S. Human Business Hall of Fame years and is a resident of Miami Lakes.
Resources, is President-elect of the March 12, 2008 at the
Broward County Bar Association for annual dinner for
2007-2008, with his term as President Junior Achievement.
going into effect July 1, 2008. A native Chuck is the President Sophie Wong Fowler, B.B.A., Tourism
Floridian, Christopher of the Double-A Reading & Hospitality Management, writes to
began his career in law Phillies, its non-profit Chuck Domino share that her daughter, Isabel Ariana
enforcement in 1972, entity Baseballtown Charities and the Fowler was born December 19, 2003.
as a Police Cadet with Triple-A Lehigh Valley IronPigs. Both She was Owner/Operator, with her
the City of Hollywood teams play in the Philadelphia Phillies husband Michael, of the Olde Towne
Police Department after farm system. As General Manager of the Oyster Bar & Seafood Restaurant in
graduating from the R-Phils from 1988-2006, Domino led the Nassau, Bahamas. After Michael passed
Broward County Police franchise to numerous awards and away in 2007, she
Academy. He has a B.S. Nielsen attendance records while garnering a became Executive
in Behavioral Sciences slew of personal awards. Assistant to the presi-
from the Nova University campus of the dent of EverKey
New York Institute of Technology and Global Partners, LLC,
in 1984 he obtained a law degree from 1989 an internationally
Nova University School of Law. Since Jenny Spencer, B.B.A. Management, acclaimed investment Isabel Ariana
then he has served as an Assistant was hired as a manager in the Daytona specialist in Nassau. Fowler
Attorney General for the State of office of James Moore & Co., P.L.
Florida, and Judicial Staff Attorney for CPA’s and Consultants in September 1996
the 17th Judicial Circuit. Today, 2007. She was a former principal with
Christopher has a private general prac- a firm in South Florida and has more Jeff D. Vastola, J.D. , of Vastola, Schulz
tice in Hollywood, FL. than 16 years of public accounting & Harvey in Boca Raton, North Palm
experience. Beach and Stuart, recently won a person-
al injury lawsuit with a settlement of
1981 $31.1 million on behalf of his client.
Douglas Parker, M.S. Human 1992
Services, has been appointed Director Jason Green, M.S. Sports 1997
of Development of Crosswinds Youth Administration, has relocated to
Services, Inc., in Melbourne, FL. He Corpus Christi, TX, as General Luis Alvarado,
has been working in education for 26 Manager for Ovations Food Services M.B.A., has been
years and has more at the Solomon P. Ortiz International awarded a certificate in
than 12 years experi- Center. Jason oversees 10 full-time retirement Planning
ence in fundraising, and 75 part-time employees at the from the Wharton
marketing and com- Center, a modern conference and ban- School, University of
munity relations for quet facility located inside the Inner Pennsylvania. Alvarado
not-for-profits. Doug Harbor of the Corpus Christi Ship is with AXA Equitable, Luis Alvarado
is also the president of Channel. Jason is originally from in Miami.
BrightPennies.Com, a Douglas Parker Fishkill, NY, and has lived on the East
company that sells toys and games and West coasts as well as the deep
intended for bright and talented chil- south — and Miami.
1999 Institutional Accounting at Florida 2006
International University since 2005.
Tyra Tate, M.S., Guidance and Richard Cannone, M.S. Management,
Counseling, is a National Board is an urban planner and has been
Certified School Counselor at Miami 2001 appointed Director of Development
Northwestern Senior High School. Chadwick E. Wagner, M.S. Services for the City of Hallandale
Following graduation, she served as a Management, was named interim Chief Beach, FL. Development Services
Guidance Counselor of Police in Hollywood, FL in includes Planning and Zoning, Building,
for Henry S. West November 2007. Wagner joined the Code Compliance and Occupational
L a b o r a t o r y Hollywood Police Department in 1983 Licensing departments. Originally from
Elementary School after serving three years in the U.S. Pittsburgh, PA, he has been project
for seven years. Army Military Police Corps. He has manager with the city of Trenton, N.J.,
Passionate about also received advanced training from the the city of Largo, FL., and principal
working with teens FBI National Academy and the Florida planner with the City of Coral Gables.
and issues related to Department of Law Enforcement.
teen sexuality, Tyra 2007
obtained her certification as a Sexuality 2004
Educator from Florida International Jennifer Lafleur, 2+2 STU/UM
University in 2003, and has conducted Clint Shannon, B.A., Organizational Nursing Program, is working as a
workshops for teens and parents, Leadership, was named Chief of the Telemetry Nurse at Aventura Hospital in
partnering with Miami-Dade County North Miami Police Department in Miami. Nurses in this field provide care
Public School’s Parent Academy. Last November 2007. During his 28 year by connecting patients to instruments that
year, she appeared as a guest speaker on career with the department, he has measure heart rate, blood pressure, and
two separate radio programs speaking served as a detective breathing rate, as well as blood-oxygen
about issues related to educating teens and was part of the level and electrocardiogram information.
about sexuality. first homicide unit in
1983. Clint was pro-
moted to sergeant in
2000 1990, lieutenant in
Allison Williams, MAC Accounting, 1993 and major in
was promoted to Chief Accountant for 1998. As a major, he Clint Shannon
the City of Miami Beach on December was in charge of the department’s inves-
1, 2007. She is a CPA and an adjunct tigative division. Clint is also a graduate
instructor of Government and of the FBI National Academy. Continued on page 4
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He attended a private college thanks to scholarships – and the He continues as President of CYDCOR and is still its
help of STU faculty, in particular Father Marty Smith, one of the major stockholder. Today, he is not involved with its day-to-
many Augustinian priests who taught and lived on campus at that day operations, but oversees it and other business ventures
time, and business professor, Richard McVoy. He recounts that from his home in New Jersey. He is now in the enviable posi-
these faculty were wonderful role models who took an interest in tion to have time to dedicate to his wife, Barbara, and his
the welfare of the students, not just aca- young family, Gabriel, 4, and Max, 2.
demic, but their personal lives too. They His philanthropic endeavors are
made sure students were aware of any also a top priority. With his wife, he
additional scholarship funds when neces- oversees his foundation, the Majeski
sary. “I would never have gotten through Charitable Foundation, which is dedi-
college without them,” says Majeski. cated to supporting and developing
Although he “was not the greatest health and education programs for
academic of our time,” Majeski says he children. They are especially interest-
had figured out, by the time he graduated ed in supporting autism research. He
with a degree in Communication Arts in is passionate about this and has
1985, what he did not want to do – and appeared with Oprah Winfrey, and on
that was to be an employee. He had the Today Show with Matt Lauer, in
learned from the various jobs he had connection with his interest in chil-
taken to help pay for college that he was ’
L to R: Jim Majeski with Craig Chindemi, 82, dren’s issues.
a good salesman. And he had discovered Mark Savercool,’88, and Chris Hagan,’85, at Citizens Majeski is on STU’s President’s
Bank Park in Philadelphia in 2006
his entrepreneurial talents. But he real- Board of Advisors and the Board of
ized he needed more training, so he continued his education at the Directors of Penn State’s Smeal College of Business. He is
University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Business and also on the board of North Catholic High School in
took courses in executive management at Duke University’s Philadelphia, where he attended school. A private, inner-
Fuqua School of Business. At the same time, with other aggres- city school that was about to close, he helped transform it into
sive young people he took a job with MCI, the fledgling telecom- a technology school by partnering with Microsoft. This
munication company, as Director of Business Markets, to hone allowed the school to remain open and graduate students
his skills. proficient in specific technological skills. He hopes to
He already knew where he was going. He had discovered his replicate this successful model in other inner-city schools.
niche in the telecommunications industry. It was when the indus- He also helps those who cannot afford tuition with scholar-
try was deregulating, AT&T was splitting up and many small ships.
companies were starting up all over the world. He figured they A leader in the business world and in his private life,
would not know how to market their new products. So they would Majeski says he continues to work hard on developing new
employ his company to do their marketing. That was the business business ventures with the aim of growing his foundation and
plan for CYDCOR. its ability to make an even bigger impact.
Class Notes continued from page 3 is survived by her son, Daran, and her parents, Anthony and
Marylou. Her mother, Marylou Grillo, worked at St. Thomas
In Memoriam University for many years in the Office of Financial Affairs.
We were saddened to learn of the death of two alumnae: Barbara Jean Janosko, class of 1988, passed away January
Antoinette ‘Toni’ Grillo-Stern, class of 1974, passed away qui- 10, 2008, after a brief illness. She was a registered nurse for
etly November 10, 2007 at her home in South Miami after a long many years at the Miami Heart Institute, and was selected to
and courageous battle with cancer. The first female graduate attend to the health needs of President Anastasio Somoza in
from St. Thomas University (then known as Biscayne College) in Nicaragua from 1977 through 1978. Upon her return she
1974, Toni held a Masters in Marriage and Family Counseling returned to the Miami Heart Institute as Assistant
and held several major positions throughout her lifetime in the Administrator/ Director of Public Relations and during that
field of pyschotherapy. She was a Program Director for the time received her Masters in Health Care Management from
Charlie Program for Girls while maintaining a private practice as STU. Most recently, Barbara was employed for the last 19
a licensed therapist for family and marriage counseling. In 2007 years as the Director of Total Quality Care at Catholic Hospice
she became a Program Director of Operations at the Children’s in Miami Lakes. Barbara was a caring, compassionate
Home Society, where she continued to work until her death. Toni professional who affected many lives.
School of Law Annual Alumni Awards Reception
Award winners: General Magistrate MaryAnne Lukacs, 87, Jose
Baez, 97, Alain Lecusay, 03, and The Honorable Stanley Marcus.
St. Thomas University School of Law held its Annual Alumni Awards
Reception February 5 at BNY Mellon in downtown Miami. More than
125 alumni, family and friends gathered to honor the recipients. The
award recipients were:
Alain Tadeo Lecusay,’03 - Outstanding Young Alumnus
General Magistrate Mary Anne Lukacs,’87 - Distinguished Alumna ’ ’
Top: L to R: Mark Romance, 94, and Juan Saiz, 88.
Jose Angel Baez,’97 - Arête Award ’
Middle: Julia Bonner, J.C. Perez, 03, and David
The Honorable Stanley Marcus - Outstanding Jurist Award ’
Stillson, 02. Bottom: Prof. Lydie Pierre-Louis, Jason
Steven Jay Dell - Dean’s Award of Distinction ’
St. Fleur, 06, and John Hernandez, Dean of Students.
School of Law Alumni Mixers School of Law partners with
U.S. Marines for “Toys for Tots”
At the Miami-Dade Alumni Mixer At the Broward County Alumni
L to R: Ryan Zagare, 06, Zasha Mixer. L to R: Brent Del
Rodriguez, 06, Brianna Gutierrez, 06, ’
Gaizo, 01, Tracey Baker, 04,
and Christina Helms, 06. and her husband Henry Seiden.
Dean Al Garcia, members of the U.S. Marines & Joshua Hertz, ’01
During the month of January, Mark Casale, the new Alumni Over 100 alumni attended this holiday event November
Director at the School of Law, hosted alumni mixers in Palm 15 to benefit Toys for Tots at Cefalo’s Wine Cellar in
Beach, Broward and Miami-Dade Counties. The West Palm Beach Coconut Grove. Each person attending the event brought a
event was held January 24 at Blue Martini in City Place, the Miami toy. All the toys, plus $2,000 in cash, were donated on
event, held January 30, was at Smith and Wollensky on Miami behalf of School of Law Alumni to the United States
Beach and the Broward mixer was held January 31 at Bimini Boat Marines for their Toys for Tots Program. The event was
Yard. Alumni enjoyed the networking opportunity and the chance co-sponsored by Joshua Hertz, Class of 2001 and Dan
to catch up with old friends. Dolan, Class of 1996.
STU LEADERSHIP GOLF TOURNAMENT TOURNAMENT SPONSORS
(as of February 20)
Friday, May 2, 2008, St. Thomas University will host a “mega” Leadership Golf Modular Contractors
Tournament at Jacaranda Country Club in Plantation. With more than 250 golfers playing Miami-Dade County - District 13
on two 18-hole courses, the STU Leadership Golf Tournament hopes to net more than Eagle Sponsors:
$100,000 for student scholarships. As of mid-February, we have more than 170 committed Patrick Cordero, Esq.
golfers. Goodwill Industries
Martin Lister Alvarez & Genovese
The Golf Tournament will benefit both the SunTrust Bank
Main University Schools and College and the Corporate Sponsors:
Law School. The four co-chairs of the 25-mem- Link Construction Group
ber volunteer committee are Tim Martin,’87, of Dolphin Stadium
the Law School Board of Advisors; Joe Lacher, Great Florida Bank
of the Board of Trustees; David Lister,’87; and Dell & Associates
Don Dresback,’69, of the President’s Board of McKinley Insurance
Advisors. Michele Trca, Esq.
A fun-packed golf day is planned with prize Julian Rodriguez, P.A.
contests for both pro-level players and weekend Richman Greer, P.A.
duffers. The Tournament will begin at 8:30 with Protano & Sons
a Shotgun Start and a Scramble Format. There Committee co-chair Tim Martin (far right) Tate Enterprises
will be a “19th Hole Luncheon” and a golf silent at previous STU golf tournament Lemartec
auction. Outstanding packages for the Auction Morgan Keegan
include a weekend at the Doral Spa and Resort with a Blue Monster foursome and a four- Aramark
Morrison Brown Argiz & Farra
night stay at the world famous Pinehurst Resort with golf and airfare included. Visit our Haggard Law Firm
Golf Tournament website at http://stthomas.golfreg.com. You can sign-up online. Paramount Companies
We encourage all Alumni and supporters to consider putting together a foursome or Beacon Insurance
playing in the event. There are also sponsorship opportunities still available. We will be Gaffney, Gallagher & Philip, LLC
extensively promoting the Tournament through press releases, collateral materials and on Social Services Coordinators
the University website. Sponsors will be highlighted in a number of ways — including your Rafael Roca, Esq.
logo on the website with a link to your homepage. Southern Communications
If you are interested in participating or have questions, please contact Gigi Laudisio, Williamson Cadillac, Brickell Motors
STU Director of Annual Giving, at (305) 628-6796 or email@example.com. and Advantage Golf Cars
Start Bidding continued from page 1 Business Breakfast Seminar
Ana, last year’s lucky bidder on the Fairmont Kea Lani Maui "The Residential Mortgage Crisis and its Impact on the
package, wrote us: “the suite we stayed in was great — huge liv- South Florida Economy”
ing room, gorgeous marble bathroom and island furniture. Maui is
Thursday, May 8, 2008 from 8-10 am
one of the most beautiful spots on the planet with volcanos, rain
forests and dramatic cliffs on the ocean. It was the most relaxing Goldbloom Convocation Hall (on campus)
vacation I've ever had.” The blue ribbon panel of experts from banking, real estate,
Once online you can register to bid, put a “watch” on a favorite accounting, finance, development, and government will take
item and keep track of your bidding competition. Items of this a short and long term view of the challenges facing our
caliber are already receiving a lot of attention and are not going to economy. Confirmed panelists include Mario Trueba, BA,
be available for long. However, with most packages we can guar- ’80, CEO of BNY Mellon; Claudia Ros, MBA ’95, AXA
antee you a deal. Advisor; Augusto Gil, President of Gil Development and
Online Auction Sponsors include our Presenting Sponsor Mr. President of the Latin Builders Association; Mayor Shirley
& Mrs. John J. Dooner and Website Sponsors: Tate Enterprises; Gibson, BA, ’81 and MS, ’03, Mayor of Miami Gardens;
U.S. Trust; Heico, Inc.; Miami-Dade County; Calder Race Carlos Sabater, Managing Partner of Deloitte & Touche; and
Course; American Airlines; Carnival Cruise Lines; and Alicia Cervera LaMadrid, CEO of Related Cervera Realty
BankUnited. Services. All alumni are encouraged to attend this free event
Go to www.stu.edu and click on “Bid to the Future II” to be part which includes breakfast and a networking opportunity. To
of this exciting and unique cyberspace event. The “Bid for the RSVP, please e-mail Gigi Laudisio at firstname.lastname@example.org or
Future II” Online Auction closes on March 28 — so hurry!! call (305) 628-6796.
STU Professor Names Locker Msgr. Casale Gives Testimony in
Rooms in Fernandez Building Washington, DC
Dr. Craig E. Reese, Professor of Accounting and Taxation
at St. Thomas University’s School of Business, has made a gen-
erous donation to name the Wellness Center Mens’ and
Womens’ Locker Rooms in the Fernandez Family Center for
Leadership and Wellness in honor of his parents, Mr. Eugene K.
Reese of Keystone Heights, FL and Mrs. C.G. Rash-Sullivan of
“I was looking for an opportunity
to recognize my parents and I have
long had an interest in helping the new
Leadership and Wellness Center,” said
Dr. Reese. “Through this donation, I STU President, Rev. Msgr. Franklyn M. Casale, gave
have found a way to do both.” testimony October 18, 2007, on the issue of Human
A native of Texas, where he Trafficking before the Foreign Affairs Committee of the
obtained his doctorate from the United States House of Representatives. STU School of
University of Texas at Austin, Dr. Law is nationally recognized as a resource in the struggle to
Dr. Craig E. Reese
Reese joined STU in 1992. He has also combat Human Trafficking. In 2005, via symposia and
taught at Texas A&M University, the University of Texas at workshops by eminent experts, the graduate program in
Austin, and the University of South Florida. Intercultural Human Rights developed law and policy
Groundbreaking for the Fernandez Family Center is sched- recommendations in a document titled “The Miami
uled for late spring 2008. There are many naming opportunities Declaration of Principles on Human Trafficking.” Some of
still available. For more information, please contact Beverly S. the suggestions recommended by Msgr. Casale to the
Bachrach, Vice President of Advancement, Marketing & committee were incorporated into new legislation on
Communications at (305) 623-2355 or email@example.com. Human Trafficking.
STU Receives Federal Grants
STU has recently received five federal grants, two from the US
Department of Education and three from the Federal Emergency
Management Agency (FEMA).
The Upward Bound program from the Department of Education
is providing individualized tutoring and academic and career coun-
seling on Saturdays to 50 students from three targeted Miami-Dade
public high schools. The goal is to prepare and motivate students to
complete high school and enter college. During the summer the par-
ticipants will also attend a six-week program on the STU campus.
With “Project Success,” a grant obtained from the National
Professional Development Program, Office of English Language
Acquisition, STU has partnered with three Miami-Dade Public High
Schools and three Palm Beach County High Schools to work with
university professors and secondary school teachers to develop a
model curriculum for students who are not fluent in academic
English. This year, the training will focus on at-risk students and the Project Success Symposium
teaching of math and science. A Project Success symposium was held
L to R: Dr. Susan Angulo, STU Associate Provost; Dr.
February 1, 2008, on campus with speakers including Dr. Margarita Gregory Chan, STU Provost; Dr. Margarita Pinkos, US Dept.
Pinkos, Assistant Deputy Secretary and Director of the Office of of Education’s Assistant Deputy Secretary; JoAnne Urrutia,
English Language Acquisition in the US Department of Education. Miami-Dade County Public Schools, Division of Bilingual
Lastly, with three grants from FEMA, STU has installed Education and World Languages; Arnhilda Badia, Jose Marti
hurricane shutters on the cafeteria building, Donnellon and Cascia Scholarship Fund; Beatriz Pereira, MDCPS Division of
dormitories, and Sullivan Hall. Bilingual Education and World Languages
STU Distinguished Speaker Series New York Chapter
STU Law School Moot Courtroom Alumni Spring Social
Thursday, March 27, 2008, at noon Wednesday, April 16, 2008, at 6 pm
Grace Chung Becker, Deputy Assistant Attorney General, will 622 3rd Avenue, New York , NY
discuss why the United States’ enforcement of civil rights is “Changing Landscape of Marketing Communications”
more important than ever in an era of global economic expan- Hosted by McCann Worldgroup.
sion, human migration and emerging democracies. John J. Dooner will be the guest speaker.
For more information or to RSVP, please call (305) 474-6857
Sardinas Gallery Presidential Award
Alumni Reunion, Class of 1968
April 24 - 27, 2008
Opening Cocktail Reception
Thursday, April 10, 2008, at 5 pm Don Shula’s Hotel and Golf Club
For additional info, contact Joe Cooney at (610) 348-0631.
Master painter Hector
Molne will be here to receive
Alumni Reunion, Class of 1973
the first Sardinas Gallery May 2 - 4, 2008
Presidential Award of Doubletree Ocean Point Resort & Spa
Excellence for outstanding For additional info, contact Bud Rafter at (754) 224-9388.
achievements and cultural
contributions to the fine arts. Business Breakfast Seminar
The exhibition of Hector Thursday, May 8, 2008, 8am - 10am
Molne’s work will continue
until June 30.
Goldbloom Convocation Hall (on campus)
“Cumbancheros” by Hector Molne
For more details, please go to page 6.
Upcoming Alumni Events in Florida
Mid-Atlantic Chapter, Alumni Event throughout May 2008
Friday, April 4, 2008, at 8 pm The St. Thomas University Alumni Association will take
Miami Heat v. Washington Wizards to the road across Florida in May with stops in West
Verizon Center in Washington DC Palm Beach, Daytona Beach, Orlando, Tampa and
For information, please call 305-474-6857 Naples. Exact dates and locations will be posted on
PERMIT NO. 1259
OFFICE OF UNIVERSITY ADVANCEMENT
16401 N.W. 37th Avenue
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