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BBNC - Personal Note Vincent C. Alfano 9/27/2019  
Vincent Alfano '79 was named Ashland, MA permanant Police Chief in July 2019.

See the full story here: https://www.milforddailynews.com/news/20190725/vincent-alfano-named-permanent-ashland-police-chief
BBNC - Personal Note Rebecca A. Burnham 9/27/2019  
Rob Burnham '10 and Rebecca (Aidala) Burnham '12, would like to announce the birth of their third boy, Edward Charles "Teddy" Burnham. He joins brothers Partick (5) and Owen (2).

Photo published in Winter 2020 Issue




BBNC - Personal Note Nicholas W. Cimler 9/27/2019  
Army Major Nick Cimler has graduated from the U.S. NAVAL WAR COLLEGE with a Master of Arts in Defense and Strategic Studies. Nick has been assigned to 4th ID at Fort Carson, Colorado.

BBNC - Personal Note Marc M. Kolenko 9/27/2019  
In September 2019, Dr. Marc Kolenko completed the final defense of his doctoral dissertation entitled: "Cyber Defender Cultural Patterns and Operational Behavior" via Capitol Technology University, Laurel, MD. If anyone's interested in learning more about the dissertation topic, please connect with Marc on LinkedIn.

BBNC - Personal Note Annette L. Lacasse Redmond 9/27/2019  
Annette Lacasse Redmond was promoted to Deputy Assistant Secretary for Intelligence Policy and Coordination at State Department on 3 September 2019. Annette has served the nation both as a military officer and senior civilian for over 35 years. She has been at State Department for 2 years.

BBNC - Personal Note Mark D. Lester 9/27/2019  
Mark was recently named CEO of Alaska Aerospace Corporation by the Board of Directors. Alaska Aerospace operates the Pacific Spaceport Complex - Alaska on Kodiak Island which is an FAA-licensed orbital and suborbital space launch complex for government and commercial customers. They also provide launch services to other spaceports around the world.

Photo published in Winter 2020 Issue
BBNC - Personal Note Casey P. McHale 9/27/2019  
Brenden Apolinario '21, Chase Hainey '18, and Casey McHale '15, all graduated from The Sabalauski Air Assault School at Fort Campbell class 29-19

Photo published in Winter 2020 Issue
BBNC - Personal Note David C. Merker 9/27/2019  
David Merker (NU 81'), Director of Systems Development at the Air Force Technical Applications Center, was presented with the Meritorious Presidential Rank Award by the Acting Secretary of the Air Force, the Hon Matthew P. Donovan on 6 Jun 2019, for his sustained extraordinary service to the Department of Defense and the United States. The meritorious executive rank award is the second highest recognition a career Senior Executive Service government professional can receive.

Picture published in Winter 2020 Issue.



BBNC - Personal Note Charles P. Roe 9/27/2019  
Charles Roe '77 received The Charles W. David Jr. Life-Saving Medallion in September 2019, from the Chapel of Four Chaplains. This was in recognition for his lifetime service to all people regardless of race or faith.

Photo published in Winter 2020 Issue
BBNC - Personal Note Andrew R. Stanton 9/27/2019  
Andrew Stanton (NUCC 2013) and Katherine Stanton (formally Proffitt, NUCC 2014) welcomed Samuel Revan-Alexander Stanton on Tuesday, September 10, 2019 at 11:35 am. He weighed 6 pounds, 9 ounces and was 19 inches. Both mom and baby are doing well and the family is excited to share the news with their Norwich family past and current.

Photo published with note in Winter 2020 Issue

BBNC - Personal Note Michael K. Thompson 9/27/2019  
Michael Thompson '10 was appointed to fill a vacancy on the Board of Commissioners of the Township of Cumru, Berks County, PA. While this current term will expire in January 2020, he will be running for election in the November General Election for a full four-year term.

BBNC - Personal Note Lewis P. Vasquez ‘70 CT Ambassador USAR 9/27/2019  
Lew Vasquez '70, attended a USAR (Unites States Army Reserves) Ambassador workshop conference at Joint Base Mcguire Dix Lakehurst, NJ Sept 2019.

Left to right: MG Mark Palzer, Commanding General, 99th Readiness Division; Ambassador USAR for CT - Lewis Vasquez '70; Ambassador USAR for MA - Edward Pesce '79 and MG Michael O'Guinn, Deputy Chief of Army Reserves

Photo published in Winter 2020 issue.
BBNC - Personal Note Jean S. Coffey 7/15/2019  
Jean Coffet '92 was accepted as a Fellow into the American Academy of Nursing. She included that she owes much of her success to NU/VC and the professors who brought her through the BSN program and inspired in her the love of life long learning.
BBNC - Personal Note Stanley L. Fidge 7/15/2019  
Since obtaining his ISC2 - CISSP credential while graduating at Norwich University in June of 2012 with a Masters of Information Assurance with honors (MSIA-UPE), Stanley has since earned the SANS Global Information Assurance Certifications (GIAC) as follows while employed as the first IT Security Manager witihin the 7th largest municipality at the City of Port St. Lucie located in Saint Lucie County, Florida. He is currently pursuing the GIAC - Strategic Planning, Policy, and Leadership (GSTRT) and achieved the following:

June 2018 - GIAC - Global Security Leadership Certification (GSLC)
June 2019 - GIAC - Global Critical Controls Certification (GCCC)

BBNC - Personal Note Harold L. Gilmore 7/15/2019  
Harold Gilmore '53 and his wife, Mary, attended the Bicentennial CGCS commencment ceremony to watch his granddaughter Gwen graduate and become a fellow Norwich alum.

Photo published in Fall 2019 Record
BBNC - Personal Note Bryce Hansen 7/15/2019  
Bryce Hansen has been hired as Vice President of Energy Operations at Power Brokers, a national consulting and brokerage firm providing energy strategy and procurement services.

BBNC - Personal Note Greg Marston 7/15/2019  
"Keeping It in the Family at the 2019 Graduation"

Colonel Gregory L. Marston, USAF (ret), a graduate of the U.S. Air Force Academy, received a Master of Arts in Military History at the Norwich University's 200th Graduation Commencement in June 2019. Col. Marston Dad, Lance Marston, '55 and his uncle, John F. Marston, '70, were proud celebrants.

Photo printed in Fall 2019 Record
BBNC - Personal Note Christopher J. Pashley 7/15/2019  

· Dr. Frank Vanecek (Senior VP of Student Affairs and Technology) and Chris Pashley (NU '10) have a surprise run-in in Arlington, VA. Chris received his B.S. in Computer Security and Information Assurance and now works for the Department of Homeland Security's (DHS) Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA).



BBNC - Personal Note Carlos F. Pinkham 7/15/2019  
Carlos's book, "The Trouble with the Trinity" has just been published by Covenant Books. "The trouble" is that the Trinity is complicated, so people don't take the time to discover the numerous and diverse ways God has described Himself as Triune in His Word. As a result, people are too easily swayed to miss the Three-in-One.

The book incorporates nearly 1000 Biblical passages that convincingly show God's Triune nature captured in all eight possible ways Three could be One. Then it shows how these eight ways weave together in a startling symbol significant to Judaism, Christianity, and Islam.

The book incorporates mathematics and science, especially the biological sciences, written with plain language, into the discussions of the Trinity. Some of the proposed connections are new. It also considers other symbols and icons of the Trinity for their ability to reflect aspects of the Triune Godhead.

If you have questions about the content of the book go to the description on U-tube: <https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FDVVfJkB2FE>
BBNC - Personal Note Richard B. Roessler 7/15/2019  
Following retirement from the Air Force, Richard attended and graduated from Nashotah House Theological Seminary with an MDiv (his third masters degree) In May, his family moved to Ticonderoga, New York to serve as Deacon Vicar of the Episcopal Church of the Cross.

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