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Laura Ferentino ’09

Laura Ferentino ’09 is engaged to Mario Belluomo of Great Kills, Staten Island. The couple are planning an August wedding.

Jaime Leston Magi ’08

Jaime Leston Magi ’08 married Michael John Magi on Nov. 9 at Saints Simon and Jude Parish in Brooklyn. The Rev. Fred Marano officiated at the afternoon ceremony, which was followed by a reception at The Inn at New Hyde Park.

Lucy Monaco Allison ’78

Lucy Monaco Allison ’78 celebrated her 90th birthday on Feb. 17. She is a licensed clinical social worker, and has worked for Catholic Charities Mental Health Clinic in Medford for the last 25 years. She also maintains a private practice in Greenlawn. She is beloved by the many patients and co-workers who continue to view her as an inspiration.

Bridget DeAngelo Croteau ’06

Bridget DeAngelo Croteau ’06 currently holds the title of Mrs. Suffolk County America, and will be competing in the Mrs. New York America pageant in mid-November. She is working with two charities: The Postpartum Resource Center of New York and Long Island Golden Retriever Rescue.

Christina McCullagh Cronin ’65

Christina McCullagh Cronin ’65 went on a pilgrimage to the Holy Land last fall with her son, Kevin. She came back to the good news that my daughter, Deirdre (Kevin’s twin sister), is expecting her first baby in May, which will be Christina’s eighth grandchild.

Louise Belvedere Caldi ’67, Ph.D.

In retirement from the Smithsonian Institution (SI), Louise Belvedere Caldi ’67, Ph.D., volunteers as a “Monuments Woman” with the SI Provenance Research Initiative, working on objects acquired during the Nazi era.