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The latest news from our Brooklyn and Long Island campuses.

A closer look at some of SJC's brightest alumni, faculty, students and staff.

News and notes for eight decades of SJC alumni.

Stay connected with old friends, and let them know what you're up to.

Honors, accomplishments and insights from our distinguished faculty

 

Barbara Lediger Carroll ’58

Barbara Lediger Carroll ’58 held a one-woman exhibit of her handmade quilts in March in the board room gallery on the College’s Long Island Campus. The exhibit, “Sew Beautiful: Art Quilts by Barbara Carroll,” was part of the College’s Council for the Arts program.

Nettie Rementeria McKenna ’54

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Jeremiah B. McKenna

Nettie Rementeria McKenna ’54 regrets to announce that her husband of 57 years, Jeremiah B. McKenna, passed away on March 18, following a long illness.

The Class of 1951

class notes class of 1951 spring 2014

Nancy Welker Frenze ’51, Carol McNierney Gant ’51, Mary Noel Hartman ’51, Suzanne Gannon Murphy ’51 and Regina McNierney Collins ’51

Class of 1951 classmates Nancy Welker Frenze, Carol McNierney Gant, Mary Noel Hartman, Suzanne Gannon Murphy and Regina McNierney Collins gathered in September at Nancy’s home in Philadelphia to
reminisce, share old photos and tour some of the historical sites.

Marion Orlando Celenza ’53

Marion Orlando Celenza ’53 is the author of four cookbooks and a book of poetry, all of which are available on her website, and on Amazon.com. She was a guest on Telecare TV’s Real Food in January.

Mary Jacqueline Taaffe Coleman ’56

Mary Jacqueline Taaffe Coleman ’56 attended the June wedding of her granddaughter, Long Island Campus graduate Alexandra Cevasco ’11, to Anthony Vignone.

Lucille Waters Granfort ’56

Lucille Waters Granfort ’56 and her husband, Sal, had a great time visiting Myanmar.