Alumni Notes

60 Seconds With: Kimberly Reimels, '98

Hometown: Harrisburg, Pa. Degree: B.S. in biology Current job: Financial advisor My best memory at Niagara is: getting to meet the Barenaked Ladies. I walked into the Gallagher Center during the band’s sound check and ...

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Kovach’s New Chapter

Nearly a decade ago, when others his age were beginning to think about retirement, Larry Kovach, ’67, was beginning a new chapter in his life. After 34 years serving in financial and administrative positions for ...

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Fond Memories

Jerry Nashel, M.S. ’76 (far right), sent in this photo from a year-end appreciation dinner held for student staff in 1976. Jerry was a resident assistant on the seventh floor of O’Shea Hall during the 1975-76 ...

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A Pioneer in Cardiovascular Health

As a child, Regina (Houghton) Deible, ’85, would tend to the injuries her four siblings and neighborhood friends would sustain during their outdoor pickup games of baseball, basketball, football, and the like. A few ...

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Impeccable Taste

To us, it’s a strawberry. But to Gerard Mosciano, ’62, it’s a complex mixture of more than 800 organic compounds that together contribute to a flavor that we perceive as the small, edible red fruit. Jerry is a ...

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Changing Lives

Mary Jane Gross, ’73, discovered early in her nursing studies that what patients often needed most was someone to talk with. This insight has guided her career and motivated her to become an entrepreneur and advocate ...

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Apologies

The names of the class agents representing Niagara’s Class of 1960 during Alumni Weekend 2010 were inadvertently omitted from the dinner-dance program booklet. Many thanks go out to Dennis J. Carroll, Anthony DiLaura, ...

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