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1959 Raymond Houle is the

president of the Franco-American Centre in Manchester, N.H.

1963 Leo J. Santucci and his

wife, Teri, were inducted into the Inliners International Hall of Fame for their contribution to the preservation and advancement of inline automotive engines. A retired optometrist, Santucci has been building and racing six-cylinder Chevrolets for 30 years and wrote the Chevrolet Inline SixCylinder Power Manual.

1965 Albert J. Gruner, a former

dentist and retired financial consultant, was elected to the board of trustees of Mount Saint Mary College in Newburgh, N.Y.

Reginald Gaudette is retired and lives in Laconia, N.H., and Florida.

1966 William Downing retired

from his position as principal of the Ditson Elementary School in Billerica, Mass., after 34 years. He worked for the city’s schools for 46 years as a teacher and administrator.

Larry Golden is a Vermont painter and retired St. Johnsbury Academy faculty member. He taught at the academy for 41 years. A special exhibit of his artwork was held at the St. Johnsbury Athenaeum last summer.

Bureau, received the Dade Heritage Trust’s annual preservation award for his many years of community leadership on behalf of Miami’s architectural and cultural heritage.

Raymond Warren was elected chairman of the board of commissioners of the Springfield Housing Authority. He lives in Springfield, Mass., and is the director of development services for the town of Enfield, Conn.


1980 Debra (Lesniak) Todaro

is assistant director of community control administration for the Broward County Sheriff’s Office. She lives in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., with her husband, Paul.

Carol Polifroni was inducted as a fellow in

Timothy E. Hogan is the deputy commissioner of enforcement for the New York City Department of Buildings, overseeing the emergency and safety operations of construction sites as well as construction complaint and accident investigations. Before his appointment in July, he was chief deputy U.S. marshal for the Eastern District of New York.

the National League for Nursing’s Academy of Education. She is an associate professor at the University of Connecticut.

1972 Robert Perreault, a longtime

teacher of conversational French at Saint Anselm College, was selected as the FrancoAmerican of the Year by the Franco-American Society in Manchester.

1973 Frank J. Berrier Jr. retired

from his position as president and chief executive officer of Spectrum Review Services last year and now chairs the company’s board of directors. He maintains a mediation and arbitration services business in Spring, Texas.

deputy commissioner of the New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services and a certified yoga instructor.

Mary Jo (O’Dwyer) Majors, a senior

1979 Debra (Walk) Gaw is a

of the Greater Miami Convention and Visitors

president and commercial real estate loan officer at Salem Five Bank.

1981 Father Robert Casey

the position of senior vice president at Fred C. Church Inc., a private insurance company in Lowell, Mass.

1970 George Neary, vice president

William Suglia was named senior vice

Richard Meelia joined the board of directors of Apollo Endosurgery. He is the former CEO and chairman of Covidien, a leading global health care products company.

1969 Jeffrey Burke was promoted to 1978 Mary Ann Cooney is the

Navy Nurse Corps officer, was the military veteran honored at the Boston Red Sox home game against the Miami Marlins on June 20.

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partner at the Roberts Law Firm, specializing in patent and antitrust litigation. She is married to Lee Josephson, an associate professor of radiology at Harvard Medical School. Their family includes four grown sons and six grandchildren.

celebrated the 25th anniversary of his priestly ordination. He is the pastor of St. Brigid Parish and Gate of Heaven Parish in South Boston, Mass.


Chuck Morris is a vice president of engineering at Minerva Networks, based in Alviso, Calif. He earned a master’s degree in computer science at UMass Lowell. He and his wife, Therese ’83, are the parents of Chad Morris ’16.

1986 Paul Aveni was appointed

pastor of Saints Martha and Mary Parish in Lakeville, Mass., and pastor of Sacred Heart Parish in Middleboro, which includes Saint Rose of Lima Church in Rochester.

Lisa (Gaudette) Robinson works in supply chain management for Burndy in Bedford, N.H. She and her husband, David, are the parents of Michelle Robinson ’16.


Matthew Cilento is a solutions architect at McAfee. He and his wife, Eileen, are the parents of Kimberly Cilento ’16. 41

Alumnus, Abbot and Chancellor - Fall 2012  

The Magazine of Saint Anselm College

Alumnus, Abbot and Chancellor - Fall 2012  

The Magazine of Saint Anselm College