Class of 1961 graduates Elizabeth Hussey Jennings, Carole Rooney Morris, Rosemary Reilly Pfaffle, Mary McLaughlin Regan, Dorothy Renkowski and Marletta Stevenson all gathered at the Alumni Fall Luncheon in October to celebrate the life and accomplishments of their classmate and honoree, Joan B. Carey ’61. Joan had a distinguished career and had positive impact in her work as a lawyer, assistant district attorney and Supreme Court judge in New York City. They all think that Joan is a shining example of St. Joseph’s College motto: Esse non videri — “To be, not to seem.”
Class of 1961
Elizabeth Hussey Jennings ’61
Elizabeth Hussey Jennings ’61 became grandmother of twins, a boy and a girl.
Class of 1961
New Jersey alumnae from the Class of 1961 — Pasqua Balducci Iacono, Paula Kahwaty Mollica, Carole Rooney Morris and Lynn Sorensen Thornton — were joined for lunch in Spring Lake by classmate Ada Tracey Stankard.
Carole Rooney Morris ’61
Carole Rooney Morris ’61 and husband, Victor, attended a 50th anniversary celebration for Gabrielle Tinley McDonough ’61 and her husband, Ed.
S. Kathleen Carberry ’63, C.S.J.
In September, S. Kathleen Carberry ’63, C.S.J., celebrated her golden jubilee as a Sister of St. Joseph. There was a beautiful Mass in Sacred Heart Chapel in Brentwood for all jubilarians, followed by dinner with family and friends.
Patricia Connelly Condon ’63
Patricia Connelly Condon ’63 and her husband celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on April 4, starting with a Mass with family and friends. They will cruise to the Hawaiian Islands and relax in Kauai for a week in May.