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BBNC - Personal Note Kelly L. Allenspach Del Dotto 1/21/2019  
Norwich alum & attorney Named 2018 "Rising Stars" by Managing Intellectual Property Magazine

Kelly Del Dotto is an associate in Fish's Delaware office, where she focuses her practice on complex patent litigation, with an emphasis on life sciences, biotechnology, and pharmaceutical litigation, including Hatch-Waxman litigation. She received her J.D. from Pennsylvania State University, Dickinson School of Law in 2013 and two bachelor's degrees, summa cum laude, in English and biology, from Norwich University in 2010.

Published Spring 2019
BBNC - Personal Note Carl S. Armato 1/21/2019  
Carl Armato is the president and CEO of Novant Health , one of the largest healthcare systems in the southeast, and holds a Master of Business Administration from NU. He also recently published a self-authored book, A Future With Hope , about his journey with type 1 diabetes and how it shaped him into the leader he is today.

Published Spring 2019
BBNC - Personal Note Bradley S. Curtis 1/21/2019  
Brad Curtis recently graduated from the FBI National Academy. In total, two hundred and forty-nine law enforcement officers graduated in December from the FBI National Academy in Quantico, Virginia. The 274th Session of the National Academy consisted of men and women from all 50 states. Included in the class are members of law enforcement agencies from the District of Columbia, 23 international countries, five military organizations, five military organizations, and seven federal civilian organizations.

Internationally known for its academic excellence, the National Academy Program, held at the FBI Academy, offers eleven weeks of advanced communication, leadership, and fitness training for selected officers having proven records as professionals with their agencies. On average, these officers have 21 years of law enforcement experience

Brad is looking forward to using his newly acquired skills upon his return to his job as a Division Chief with the United States Border Patrol in Swanton, Vermont.

Published Spring 2019
BBNC - Personal Note Long Ding 1/21/2019  
Long Ding '12, is now teaching Middle School mathematics at The Pennington School in Pennington, NJ.

Published Spring 2019
BBNC - Personal Note Elena Fernandez 1/21/2019  
Elena servers as a Board Member on the Northern New Mexico Citizens' Advisory Board (NNMCAB) to the Department of Energy (DOE) on environmental management issues pertaining to legacy waste at Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL)and LANL-related issues affecting the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant (WIPP).

The NNMCAB is a DOE Office of Environmental Management Site Specific Advisory Board (DOE-EM-SSAB). The EM SSAB's activities are governed by the Federal Advisory Committee Act (FACA), which was enacted to ensure that the general public has access to advisory board deliberations and recommendations. The NNMCAB provides citizen input to the DOE on issues of environmental monitoring, remediation, waste management, and long-term environmental stewardship at the Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL).

The Board's responsibilities include providing advice and recommendations on DOE EM programs regarding environmental restoration, waste management, monitoring and surveillance, outreach, future land use and long-term environmental stewardship, and associated environmental issues. The Board requests early ongoing community access to information including its interpretation and implications facilitating dialogue that ultimately improves the quality of the decision-making processes of DOE and LANL.

Published Spring 2019
BBNC - Personal Note Anthony L. Johnson 1/21/2019  
Anthony "Tony" Johnson, Norwich University alumnus and chairman of the board of fellows at Norwich University College of Liberal Arts was honored by the Diversity in National Security Network and New America as a next generation leader. Tony is a research associate here at the Institute for Defense Analyses in the Joint Advanced Warfighting Division (JAWD).

Published Spring 2019
BBNC - Personal Note William F. Lyons 1/21/2019  
Bill Lyons '90 and Chuck Pappalardo '87 welcomed Governor Michael Dukakis to speak at an Urban Land Institute meeting at Vertex headquarters in Boston's Seaport District.

Published Spring 2019

BBNC - Personal Note Nicholas D. Milkovich 1/21/2019  
Nicholas Milkovich, Norwich '02, was recently promoted to Lt. Col. in a ceremony at U.S. Army Pacific Headquarters, Fort Shafter, Hawaii. In attendance were his mother Linda Bendetta, father David Milkovich, brother Stephen, nephew Max, military personnel and Norwich University classmates. Nicholas deployed three times to Afghanistan, once to Iraq, the Philippines and the UAE. Nicholas, his wife Debra and three daughters are scheduled to remain in Hawaii for two years.

Published Spring 2019

BBNC - Personal Note Patrick M. Ogden 1/21/2019  
Patrick Ogden '15 & Megan Ryan-Ogden '13 & 'M15, were married on October 6, 2018 and surrounded by Norwich family!

left to right:

Stephanie Gendron M'17
COL (retired) Jeffrey Ogden '84
1LT Patrick Ogden '15
Megan Ryan-Ogden ATC Staff '13-'15
1LT Zachary Harrington '15
Timothy Burrow '16
1LT Jacob Branco '15

Published Spring 2019
BBNC - Personal Note John T. Roohan 12/6/2018  
Tom Roohan, Principal broker and president of Roohan Realty, was named Realtor of the Year by the Greater Capital Region Association of Realtors.

Published Spring 2019
BBNC - Personal Note Michael P. Shoen 1/21/2019  
Mike Shoen, MCV Class of 1992 was promoted on November 11, 2018 to Colonel in the Army National Guard.

Mike was promoted by COL (Ret.) Timothy H. Donovan, NU'62 at the US Customs and Border Protection Advanced Training Center in Harper's Ferry, WV where he serves in his civilian capacity as a Supervisory Border Patrol Agent. Mike currently serving as the Assistant Chief of Staff / Adjutant for the 46th Military Police Command, Michigan Army National Guard. Colonel Donovan commissioned Mike as a Second Lieutenant in the Vermont Army National Guard during Parents Weekend in October 1991. Also in attendance was Tom Benckert, MCV 1991.

Published Spring 2019
BBNC - Personal Note Lauren M. Zwicker 1/21/2019  
Lauren (Zwicker) and Ryan Wood started out by building their foundation of friendship on the 5th Floor of Patterson at Norwich University. 12 years ago, they both never thought from their first conversation in Lauren's dorm room that they would grow into a relationship of their dreams. They got married on July 14, 2018 in Lisbon, NH at Bishop Farm.

Published Spring 2019
BBNC - Personal Note Dennis J. Downey 4/9/2019  
Dennis Downey, NU 81, was recently presented with the Saint Philip Neri Silver Order by Colonel Owen Ray, commander, 1st Special Forces Group (Airborne). This award was created by the Army Special Forces Command to recognize individuals who have made a significant contribution to Army Special Forces. Dennis was recognized for his extensive volunteer work as President of the First In Asia Association which built a memorial wall and plaza to honor the fallen from the 1st Special Forces Group (A) and provides support to Gold Star families from the unit.

BBNC - Personal Note Frederick L. Farrell 4/9/2019  
Fred Farrell '71, recently published a book "Court in the Act", humerous adventures building tennis courts at the White House and around the world. His book can be found on Amazon.
BBNC - Personal Note Christopher R. Googins 4/9/2019  
Christopher Googins NU-'89 was named Whitman-Hanson Express "Coach of the Season" - Boys' Hockey - In the third season of his second stint with the Whitman-Hanson Regional High School Panthers, Googins brought them to the MIAA tournament for the first time since 2013. Christopher Googins is a teacher and Dean of Students at Whitman-Hanson Regional High School in Whitman, MA.
BBNC - Personal Note Thomas E. Keefe 4/9/2019  
Tom Keefe, NU '07, has been named Interim Chair of Liberal Arts at the Rocky Mountain College of Art + Design. Tom's research is in identity construction, whether that is based upon religious identity, or racial, ethnographic, or ideological identity. After presenting at the American Academy for Religion in 2018 on Religion in Public Space, Tom is planning a follow-up RARE Space exhibition (Religion, Art, Race, + Ethnography) at RMCAD in September 2019. Tom is also presenting on Native American genocide at the Genocide: The Final Stage of Genocide Conference hosted by the Holocaust, Genocide & Human Rights Center at the University of North Carolina - Charlotte on April 13, 2019.
BBNC - Personal Note Jonathan M. Kissane 4/9/2019  
Colonel (Retired) Jonathan Kissane, NU Class of 1974, was awarded the 'Major Jonathan Letterman Medical Excellence Award' by the National Museum of Civil War Medicine at its annual dinner held October 11, 2018 in historic Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. This award recognizes individuals and organizations that carry on Major Letterman's legacy of innovation and service to military medicine and patient care. COL (Ret) Kissane was recognized for his significant contributions the logistical sustainment of Army and joint health services. COL (Ret) M. Kissane served 30 years as an Army Medical Service Corps officer and is currently a senior consultant to the U.S. Army Medical Research and Materiel Command at Fort Detrick, Maryland.
BBNC - Personal Note Kelly R. Travers 4/9/2019  
Kelly Rose Travers, NU '15, graduated from the Rhode Island Police Academy on December 20, 2018 and is serving as a Patrol Officer for the Town of Bristol, Rhode Island Police Department.

BBNC - Personal Note Gary J. Confessore 3/7/2017  
I was recently inducted into The International Adult and Continuing Education Hall of Fame. Professor Emeritus Gary J. Confessore's contributions to adult and continuing education have had a transformative affect not only in collegiate settings but for adult learners around the globe. Read the full citation here:

Published in the Summer 2017 Issue.
BBNC - Personal Note Peter W. Cuthbert 1/21/2019  
COL Pete Cuthbert, USA Ret.,NU '51, was married in Westhampton Beach, NY in Sept. to Jean VanHoesen, one of his former high school students. LTC Zach Whaley, USA Ret., NU '53, his late wife Nancy's brother, was Best Man and in attendance was COL Conrad Whitney, USA Ret., NU '51.

In October COL Cuthbert was named to the " New York State Senate 2018 Veterans' Hall of Fame". and received the award by State Sen. Ken Lavalle in a ceremony held at VFW Post #5350. COL Cuthbert served on Active Duty for 2 yrs, including Korean War combat, 13 yrs in the NY Army National guard commanding Armor, Transportation (Amphib. DUKW) and Infantry (Special Forces) units, and 17 years in the USAR as a Mobilization Designee in DSCOPS at the Pentagon and retiring after 32 years of service.

Published in the Spring 2019 Issue

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