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Daniel Apelian ‘05 & Allcare Pharmacy: On the Front Lines of the HIV/AIDS Fight alumni & ce calendar | 2

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letter from the president | 3

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events | 10

Call For Nominations | 5

farewell | 15


Calendar

a l u m n i & c o n t i n u i n g e d u c at i o n c a l e n d a r

2012 August 2 Totem by Cirque de Soleil Under the Grand Chapiteau Marine Industrial Park Boston, MA 8:00 p.m. September 6 Pharmacy Preceptor Appreciation CE Sheraton Hotel Springfield, MA 8:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. September 20 Pharmacy Preceptor Appreciation CE Doubletree by Hilton Hotel Westborough, MA 8:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. September 24 Boston/Worcester Golf Tournament Mount Pleasant Country Club, Boylston, MA 11:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m. September 27 & 28 NE Pharmacists Annual Meeting & Awards MGM Grand at Foxwoods Hotel Mashantucket, CT

October 15 American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists (AAPS) Alumni & Student Luncheon McCormick Place Chicago, IL, Noon October 17 College Corporation Meeting MCPHS-Boston campus Boston, MA 5:30 p.m. October 25 3rd Annual Stoklosa Symposium Holiday Inn (soon to be Crowne Plaza), Woburn, MA 7:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. November 3 6th Annual Esther Wilkins Symposium MCPHS-Boston campus Boston, MA 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. November 10 & 11 Pharmaceutical Care Days I & II MCPHS – 10 Lincoln Square Academic and Student Center Worcester, MA 7:00 a.m. – 4:15 p.m. December 1 & 2 Pharmaceutical Care Days III & IV Marriott Boston Newton Hotel, Newton, MA 7:00 a.m. – 4:15 p.m.

December 7 President’s Leadership Event MCPHS-Worcester campus Worcester, MA December 15 Commencement Manchester campus Radisson Hotel Manchester Downtown Manchester, NH

2013 February 1 Yankee Dental Congress Alumni Reception Westin Boston Waterfront Hotel Boston, MA 6:00 p.m. March 1 - 4 American Pharmacists Association Annual Meeting (APhA) Los Angeles, CA Alumni & Student Reception March 13 Eve of the Reed Reception The Hall at Patriot Place Foxborough, MA 7:00 – 9:00 p.m.

March 14 73rd Annual Howard L. Reed Conference Gillette Stadium Foxborough, MA 7:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. April 20 Annual Alumni Reunion Dinner Boston Marriott Newton Hotel Newton, MA 5:30 p.m. Reception; 7:00 p.m. Dinner May 11 Commencement Boston Campus Seaport World Trade Center Boston Boston, MA 10:00 a.m. May 12 Commencement Worcester/ Manchester Campuses DCU Center Worcester, MA 10:00 a.m. June 19 - 25 American Dental Hygienists Association (ADHA) Annual Meeting Hynes Convention Center Alumni Reception Boston, MA Please note: Calendar subject to periodic updates.

Save the Date! 73rd Annual

Howard L. Reed Conference March 14, 2013 Gillette Stadium, Foxboro, MA 7 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

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For more information about MCPHS Alumni Relations Continuing Education activities, call 617.732.2081, or visit our website for periodic updates at www.mcphs.edu/CE.


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Managing Editor Michael Ratty Editor and senior writer Lawrence Townley Art Directors Cathy Moylan Doreen Walsh Contributors Dawn Ballou, Pat Ramsay, Michael Ratty Photographers GMB Photography McCardinal Photo Laura Piazza Michael Ratty

The Bulletin is a publication that comes to you from Alumni Relations in the Office of Development. Send changes of address and editorial correspondence to The Bulletin, MCPHS, 179 Longwood Avenue, Boston, MA 02115 Phone: 617.732.2902 E-mail: bulletin@mcphs.edu Vice President for Development and Chief of Staff Marguerite (Crimmins) Johnson BSP ’61 617.274.3377 Executive Director of Alumni Relations Office of Development Dawn M. Ballou Esq. 617.732.2077

Letter from the President Dear Fellow Alumni and Friends of the College: As a proud member of the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy Class of 1962, this is a very special year. We are this year’s “golden graduates.” Last April, we celebrated Reunion 2012. As you can see in photographs, my classmates have barely changed since graduation. Our careers and our families have preserved us well. Our College, on the other hand, has undergone colossal change, especially in the last fifteen years, made possible by the support of more than 20,000 alumni and friends. In 1962, the George Robert White Building was the College. Now, thanks to the generosity of alumni and friends including Thomas Borysek, Joseph and Frances Brant, Henrietta DeBenedictis, J. Richard Fennell, Richard Griffin, Theodore Iorio, David and Marilyn Maher and Ronald Matricaria, our three campuses thrive with academic and student centers that bear these donors’ names. In 1962, we studied in one library, took chemistry in one lab and sat in few lecture halls. Now, thanks to gifts from alumni and friends, our College boasts multiple libraries, chemistry laboratories and lecture halls. Names such as Albert, Arnow, Blais, Bucher, Fournier, Fuller, Gosselin, Laham, Monahan, Reed, Rombult, Johnson, Wilkins and others grace the entrances to advanced centers for student learning. In 1962, we shared the College with 300 other pharmacy students. Now, nearly 6,000 students are enrolled on three campuses. Thanks in part to Annual Fund gifts which are used for many purposes, and which set a record of more than $1 million this past fiscal year, MCPHS is able to keep student tuition comparable to, or even lower than tuition of most private liberal arts colleges. Indeed, the illustrious members of the Class of 1962 are as energetic and youthful as ever. But, even they can’t match the vitality, vigor and promise of our beloved 190-year old MCPHS. Thanks to support of alumni and friends, we’re really just getting started.

Printed in the USA Established in 1823, Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences is a private, indepen­dent college offering undergraduate and graduate degrees in health care disciplines.

Sincerely,

Charles F. Monahan Jr. ’62

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What’s New?

B o s to n | W o r c e s t e r | M a n c h e s t e r

Mentor-A-Cardinal Takes Off Mentor-A-Cardinal, a career discovery and exploration program developed by Alumni Relations in conjunction with the Center for Professional Career Development, gives MCPHS students the opportunity to learn from alumni mentors about health care career options, enhance their interpersonal skills and hone resume, cover letter and interviewing skills. A four-month pilot program began for 25 students, representing many academic disciplines, with on-campus meetings with mentors, followed by several off-campus experiences which frequently included job-shadowing. Some students landed paid employment or internships. The next Mentor-A-Cardinal program will take place during the fall semester. Alumni who would like to serve as mentors may contact Sara Gaudette at sara.gaudette@ mcphs.edu or 617.732.2785. Mentor Adrienne Aiello PharmD ’08 and student Chantelle Labib

MCPHS Alumni Industry Mentors Program Hosts Leaders in Health Care Industry Panel The MCPHS Alumni Industry Mentors (AIM) program, organized by the Center for Professional Career Development and Alumni Relations, hosted the first “Leaders in Health Care Industry” panel discussion on March 20. More than seventy Boston campus students attended. Five alumni panelists represented a range of health care careers in consulting, sales, research and development, operations and regulatory affairs. The panel included Cecilia Schott ’90 ’93, Executive Business Development Director of AstraZeneca, Cristina I. Csimma ’84,

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’05, Lead Scientific Director of Columbia Laboratories, Inc., Ronald P. Thiboutot ’73, ’75, ’79, CEO and Chairman of Ras Therapeutics, Inc., Mason (Skip) Irving III ’78, Partner and Managing Director of Health Advances Inc., and Michael A. Esposito ’78, President of Norbridge, Inc. Bernie Tyrell ’75, associate professor of Social and Administrative Sciences, served as moderator. Following an active question and answer session, panelists mingled and networked with students.

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Ron Thiboutot addresses the audience of more than 70 students.


(Left) Frank and Carol Perry (donor representatives) with student award recipient Hawasatu Dumbuya and (above) student Christina Konstantopoulos with George Couchiaftis ’59.

MCPHS Celebrates Scholarship Donors and Awardees On April 4, nearly 180 guests attended the annual Scholarship Recognition Dinner. The event unites award winning students with donors who provided more than 240 scholarship awards during the 2011 - 2012 academic year, worth more than $325,000. President Charles F. Monahan Jr. BSP ’62, donor Thomas J. Cocchi BSP ’56 and scholarship award winner Gregory Almeida BSN ’12 each spoke. President Monahan noted, “It takes the entire College community to make our scholarship program work.

Calling for Nominations Alumni Association Awards Alumni Achievement Award Board of Directors Award Wilkins Award (Dental Hygiene only)

Thank you for making this year’s scholarship program such a great success.” Mr. Cocchi stated, “The motivation that scholarship awards deliver is incalculable. This is why we are scholarship fund donors.” Mr. Almeida thanked the donors who “without even meeting us until this evening chose to believe in us and invest in our success.” He closed his remarks with a vow, on behalf of all students, to pay forward the support that they received, and when able, “to invest in student success.”

Charles J. Fanaras ’83 (center), winner of the 2012 Alumni Achievement Award for Pharmacy, with past award winners Ronald Petrin ’75 (left) and Paul Boisseau ’62.

Submit your nominations http://alumni.mcphs.edu/alumawards_2013

Awards presentations will be: October 25: Health Sciences alumni at the Stoklosa Symposium November 3: Dental Hygiene alumni at the Wilkins Symposium March 14: Pharmacy alumni at the Reed Conference

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Profiles That was the most valuable lesson – we are all in this together.

—Annie Berger MPAS ’11

Haitian Devastation Spurs Annie Berger MPAS ’11

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he magnitude 7.0 earthquake that struck Haiti in January 2010, leveling thousands of buildings, killing more than 220,000 people and leaving millions destitute, sent virtual shockwaves around the world to places as unlikely as Fergus Falls, Minnesota. That’s where Annie Berger MPAS ’11 and her father, Lonnie W. Berger, M.D. reside. “My father and I knew that this was an opportunity that we needed to take as father and daughter,” says Berger. As members of a 22-person team, the Bergers traveled to Haiti last February to fulfill their dream of completing a medical mission together. The team delivered medicines, medical supplies and charitable funds, and then spent ten days helping to construct a new medical clinic and assisting patients at an older medical facility. Tragedy struck twice. A small child died in Annie Berger’s arms and a member of the mission team perished after falling from a roof. The team dedicated the mission to the team member’s memory. “Haitians had become so used to suffering, it was amazing to see them grieve for us,” Berger says. “That was the most valuable lesson – we are all in this together.” Annie Berger cares for a child in a clinic in earthquake-ravaged Haiti (left). Annie and her father outside the clinic they staffed and helped build. It is named for their fallen colleague. (above)

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Carla Gomes DH ’81 Serves Up Charity

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alk down Salem Street in Boston’s North End, and you’ll probably see Carla Gomes DH ’81. The beloved, ubiquitous owner of Antico Forno and Terramia restaurants, at which MCPHS students and their families receive 10% discounts, incessantly shuttles between the two establishments whose employees are as close as family. In the North End, family comes first. No one knows that better than Gomes. Gomes’s son David, a 21-year old Pre-Med MCPHS student, was diagnosed with Type I diabetes on his first birthday. Gomes says that David was somewhat fortunate to receive

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an early diagnosis. Yet, living with diabetes poses major challenges. “Diabetes is always with you…It’s a consideration in each move you make, every day,” Gomes says. Last May, Joslin Diabetes Center honored Gomes at Symphony Hall for her tireless diabetes research and diabetes care fundraising efforts that have yielded more than $150,000 since 2003. Proceeds from the annual CityFeast at Antico Forno are directed to Joslin’s High Hopes Fund. “I want to raise as much money as possible for High Hopes so that one day David and millions like him will be free from diabetes and its complications.”

Diabetes is always with you… It’s a consideration in each move you make, every day. —Carla Gomes DH ’81

John L. Brooks III, President and CEO of Joslin Diabetes Center, David Gomes, Carla Gomes, and Boston Pops Conductor Keith Lockhart at Boston’s Symphony Hall, where Carla Gomes was honored on May 11.


Daniel Apelian PharmD’05 Serving the HIV/AIDS Community

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f you drive past the building at the corner of Green and Plymouth streets in Worcester, Mass. and don’t think very much of it, you’re forgiven. You probably would have no idea that you would find Daniel Apelian PharmD ’05 serving thousands of patients at Allcare Pharmacy. Apelian opened Allcare in October 2008 as an independent, full-service, retail pharmacy specializing in HIV/AIDS and other specialty medications for Hepatitis C and other chronic illnesses. Located on the property of AIDS Project Worcester (APW), Allcare combines the medicationmanagement policy of long-term care facilities with closed-door pharmacy and extensive mailorder services. It is the only such pharmacy in central Massachusetts. How did a pharmacist working for a retail chain wind up opening this one-of-a-kind business in Worcester? Apelian traces the idea for Allcare back to the time at which he served an MCPHS clinical rotation at the Boston Living Center, New England’s largest community and resource center for people living with HIV/AIDS. That experience left him feeling that he “needed to do something more.” After meeting with APW’s board and


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Aren Leighton, Dan Apelian and Jon Leighton, stand in the newly revamped Allcare Pharmacy space.

We encourage pharmacists to counsel patients about their whole health. That leads to better care. administration, Apelian decided that he had found his niche, and he relocated with his wife to Worcester. “My passion has always been to help people; and I’ve always been entrepreneurial,” Apelian says. Allcare is an overstaffed “old fashioned pharmacy” focused on patient counseling, says Apelian. “The infectious disease community requires attention to detail and understanding patients’ needs and cares.” Allcare works closely with APW. In fact, Apelian notes that “every new employee begins by learning APW’s services.” The strategic location of Allcare and APW guarantees patient privacy and HIV/AIDS prescription medication availability. Every morning, pharmacists review reports

for patients who may also visit APW for weekly case management, food assistance and other services. “Many patients have diabetes, hypertension and/or depression. We encourage pharmacists to counsel patients about their whole health. That leads to better care.” “There isn’t one patient we don’t know by first name. Some people have been utilizing Allcare since day one,” Apelian says proudly. “We advocate for all of our patients.” Allcare advocacy extends to community activities including participation on the World AIDS Day committee and hosting brown bag lunch discussions. Apelian is involved in Worcester’s infectious disease health care community, and is vice president of the APW board.

Every day at Allcare is a veritable MCPHS Reunion. Aren Leighton BSPMM ’08, is the Business Manager, and husband John Leighton PharmD ’10 manages operations. Allcare’s fulltime pharmacists are MCPHS alumni. Last October Allcare moved into new accommodations, more than doubling the retail pharmacy, with additional space for mail-order and adherence services. “We built as close to a perfect pharmacy as possible,” Apelian says. With an option to lease more space, the sky is the limit, including the potential for MCPHS student clinical rotations. But all growth must be manageable. “We worked hard to make sure patients were comfortable with the new space, Apelian says. “We can’t forget our roots.”

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Events MCPHS Celebrates Reunion 2012 More than 300 MCPHS alumni, friends and family attended Reunion 2012, taking over the Boston Marriott Newton Hotel on Saturday evening, April 21. Alumni spanning 71 years of graduating classes, from the classes of 1941 through 2012 journeyed from across the country (California) and around the world (Italy) to reminisce and reconnect. Festivities kicked off for the 50year “Golden Grads” Class of 1962 who gathered for an early private reception hosted by MCPHS President Charles F. Monahan Jr. ’62. Catching up and memory sharing were only briefly interrupted when President Monahan presented 50th golden diplomas to each ’62 alumnus. Later, Forsyth graduates and hundreds of other alumni gathered for lively pre-dinner receptions in nearby meeting rooms. The evening continued as guests took their seats for dinner in the Grand Ballroom, with wine service compliments of President and Mrs. Monahan. After dinner, Alumni Association president Paul Larochelle ’07 introduced President Monahan for welcoming remarks and

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identification of special alumni guests. Marguerite Johnson ’61, Vice President for Development and Chief of Staff reported that more than $107,000 in gifts had been made to the Reunion Class Gift campaign. The gifts will help to fund several student-focused initiatives such as the Center for Professional Career Development, enhanced student tutoring services, SURF (Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship) program expansion and leadership development programs, among others. As the remarks wound down, the DJ took over for classmates to dance the night away. Many gathered for dignified, fun or just plain frivolous photo strips taken in the attention-grabbing photo booth, as others continued to share closely held memories. One alumnus exclaimed, “Wow, what a great time we all had Saturday night! We are not going to wait until the 45th or 50th to get together again. Even my husband enjoyed himself!” Let’s hope that all alumni plan to see us again for Reunion 2013 next April 20!


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1. Forsyth Class of 1962: Dorina Rossi O’Connell and Audrey Haddad DeMichele 2. MCPHS Class of 1962: Paul Boisseau, President Monahan, and Jay Bikofsky 3. Class Agents present the Reunion Class Gift check. 4. Forsyth Class of 1972 5. Revelers dancing the night away!

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Events Boston Campus Holds 144th Commencement

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The student address was given by PharmD graduate Carlos Perez. Born in the Dominican Republic, Perez demonstrated outstanding, sustained commitment, as an MCPHS student, to community outreach in both Boston and Lawrence, Mass. He volunteered in local professional organizations such as the Greater Lawrence Young Professionals Network and Lawrence Ground Works, where he served as a mentor for inner-city, college bound high school students. Just prior to Commencement, Perez was awarded a research internship position with the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, at the National Institutes of Health (NIH).

On May 11, more than 700 students received degrees at the 144th Commencement of the MCPHSBoston campus at the Seaport World Trade Center in Boston. MCPHS President Charles F. Monahan Jr. ’62 presided over the ceremony at which Dr. Lynda M. Young, President of the Massachusetts Medical Society, delivered the commencement address and also received an honorary degree. Esther M. Wilkins ’39, Visiting Professor of Dental Hygiene and author of the authoritative textbook on dental hygiene practice was awarded the College Medal. Stephen G. Kerr PhD, associate professor of Medicinal Chemistry, earned the Trustee’s Award for Teaching Excellence.

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1. Student Speaker Carlos Perez and George Humphrey, Vice President for Academic Affairs/Provost 2. Pauline Barmakian 3. Motorboard message 4. President Monahan and Esther Wilkins 5. Dr. Lynda Young 6. Douglas Pisano, Associate Provost for Pharmacy Education and Dean, on stage with daughter (and new graduate) Victoria

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10th Annual Worcester/ Manchester Commencement With an assembly of 3,000 family members and friends in attendance, more than 300 students received Doctor of Pharmacy, Bachelor of Science and Master of Science in Nursing degrees at the 10th Annual MCPHS-Worcester/Manchester Commencement exercises on May 13 at the DCU Center in Worcester. President Charles F. Monahan Jr. ’62 presided over the ceremony in which graduates hailed from seven nations and 25 states. W. Patrick Hughes, president and CEO of Fallon Community Health Plan, who received an honorary

Doctor of Science degree, delivered the commencement address. He urged new graduates as health care professionals to always “think, understand and act.” Mr. Hughes counseled “to act always as if what you do matters…because believe me it does.” Pharmacy graduate Megan Robillard and Nursing graduate Jamie Powers delivered their remarks and reflections about their student experiences, as well as their career aspirations as health care professionals.

1. Tawny Grant 2. Amanda McGrath and Kathleen Kerins 3. Meg Robillard, Shuli Xu, Dean of Students, Worcester and Manchester, Jaime Powers, and Carol Eliadi, Dean, Chief Nursing Officer, and Professor of Nursing 4. W. Patrick Hughes 5. Omar Natour and Rafid Zaree 6. Lily Baraka and Shaina Berg

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Events The 10th Annual Manchester Campus Commencement On December 17, 2011 MCPHS – Manchester campus held its 10th annual commencement ceremony at the Radisson Hotel Manchester Downtown. More than 150 Nursing, Physician Assistant Studies and Dental Hygiene students from 25 states, as well as from Albania, China and Japan, graduated during ceremonies attended by hundreds of family members and friends. Thomas Raffio, president and CEO of Northeast Delta Dental, delivered the commencement address and received a Doctor of Science honorary degree for his distinguished leadership in New Hampshire’s health care system. Scott Arrington (Nursing) and Samuel Gagnon (Physician Assistant Studies) served as student speakers. Joseph Brant ’51 of Stuart, Florida, for whom the Academic and Student Center on the Manchester campus is named with his late wife Frances, also received an honorary degree.

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1. Joseph Brant and Marguerite (Peg) Johnson, Vice President and Chief of Staff 2. Christina Penn 3. Jazzmyne Tappin 4. Thomas Raffio 5. Chandni Thakker and Mackenzie Vermillion 6. Jennifer Barriault, Jenelle Bosse and Brittany Crane

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Paul Joseph Albert BSP ’58 Paul Joseph Albert BSP ’58, a native of Maine, died at his home in Malabar, Florida on October 12, 2011. Paul received his Bachelor of Pharmacy degree after earning a Bachelor of Science degree from St. Michael’s College of Colchester, Vermont. For nearly 50 years, Paul J. Albert served residents of Maine as manager, and later the owner of a chain of pharmacies. He served as president of the Maine Pharmacy Association during the 1970s and worked from 1990 until retirement in 2005 as a pharmacist with Hannaford Bros. Co. supermarkets. Paul enjoyed life to its fullest, whether skiing the mountains, sailing across the Atlantic Ocean or traveling around the world. In commemoration of his generous philanthropic commitment, the chemistry suite on the MCPHS – Boston campus was named in Paul’s honor in 2010.

1930s Laura Wensky Weinrebe DH ’37 February 6, 2012 Elizabeth Priest Weeks DH ’39 February 28, 2012 1940s M. Norma (Dupre) Secino DH ’40 September 9, 2011 Antonio Pandolfo BSP ’42 December 28, 2011 Margaret Balligian Wilson BSP ’42 July 27, 2011 Betty Dickson Logue DH ’44 March 2, 2011 Ann Erwin Downing DH ’45 September 15, 2011 Polly Gerrish Walker DH ’45 December 11, 2011 Ann Barry Jordo DH ’46 May 29, 2012 Mary Griffin Lodge DH ’48 February 12, 2012 Kathleen (O’Sullivan) Monette BSP ’49 June 7, 2012

Christine (Maloney) Gosselin BSP ’44, MS ’53 M. Christine (Maloney) Gosselin BSP ’44, MS ’53 of East Greenwich, Rhode Island, formerly a long time resident of Wellesley, Massachusetts, passed away on February 15. She was the widow of Raymond Gosselin BSP ’43 II, MS ’48, DSc ’70 (Hon.) who served as President of MCP from 1972 until 1987. Chris became the College’s first female faculty member in 1953. She and her husband established a successful pharmaceutical marketing business and developed the National Prescription Audit (NPA), as well as other pharmaceutical data products. She also served in leadership positions with state and national pharmaceutical associations. In commemoration of their devotion to MCPHS, in 2007 the President’s Conference Room on the MCPHS – Boston campus was named in honor of Raymond and M. Christine Gosselin.

Harry Rubitsky BSP’ 50 January 30, 2012

Donald V. Pushor BSP ’57 May 30, 2012

Richard A. Angorn BSP ’51 April 12, 2012

E. George Roentsch BSP ’57 November 30, 2011

George E. Berthiaume BSP ’51 (Hampden) January 23, 2012

Norman L. Shapiro BSP ’57 February 29, 2012

Milton Swiatlowski BSP ’51 (Hampden) October 29, 2011

Stuart Turkanis, BSP ’58, MS ’60 November 10, 2011

Anna Cagos DH ’52 November 5, 2010

Robert C. Castelli BSP ’59 (Hampden) November 10, 2010

Stanley J. Derezinski BSP ‘52 January 28, 2010

Albert A. Guertin BSP ’59 (Hampden) January 16, 2012

Edward F. Treml Jr. BSP ’52 (Hampden) January 16, 2012

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John T. Zabriskie BSP ’52 December 19, 2011 Charlotte Kelley Campbell DH ’53 December 19, 2011 Edward F. Lasala BSP ’53 MS ’55, PhD ’58 April 9, 2012 Russell Wagner BSP ’53 April 21, 2012 Alvin B. Segelman BSP ’54, MS ’67 October 3, 2011

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Thomas J. Bourque BSP ’57 September 10, 2011

Robert J. Gerraughty BSP ’50 February 3, 2012

Priscilla Anderson Gedney DH ’57 September 28, 2011

Peter Jay Swartz BSP ’67 October 10, 2011 1970s William R. Boutilier BSP ’76 October 16, 2011 1980s Vence Saad BSP ’89 May 10, 2012 1990s Susan M. Frawley BSP ’92 November 30, 2011

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