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  • At its November meeting, the College’s Board of Trustees met women and men’s soccer team members to personally congratulate them on their accomplishments.
  • Perfect seasons, record-setting games, conference championships. Kristen DeCarli, assistant director of athletics and sports information director, recaps the soccer seasons. Read the Full Story
  • Senior soccer player Jamal Howard has been named to the NCAA Division III All-America Second-Team, the first Albertus student-athlete to earn All-America status. Read the Full Story

In Memoriam: Alumni, Relatives and Members of the Albertus Community

In Memoriam


Katharine Curnen Mullen ’36, a former trustee of the College and an attorney for many years, graduated from St. John University School of Law in 1939; she was the great-aunt of Christopher McCarthy ’96, Kate McCarthy ’98 and Claire McCarthy ’10
October 24, 2011
Hamden, CT

Natalia Icaza Holland ’40, graduated from New York University Law School in 1943 and served with the Red Cross in the Pacific during WWII; she received an honorary Doctor of Humane Letters from the College in May 2011
October 1, 2011
Madison, CT

Mary Duff Murphy ’41, was a retired teacher who taught at St. Ambrose School in Bridgeport for more than 30 years
December 16, 2011
Bridgeport, CT

Margaret Allman ’42, a graduate of Yale University School of Nursing and the University of California, Berkeley, was an associate professor of nursing at the University of Bridgeport and at Southern Connecticut State University; upon graduation from Albertus, she and seven other Albertus classmates who had majored in science were among 100 women hired by the War Department to work at the Ft. Monmouth Research Labs, filling jobs of male scientists who were in military service; a trustee of the College from 1971 to 1977, she received the Alumna of the Year award for loyalty and service in 1977
October 21, 2011
East Haven, CT

Jane Foley Ison ’46, graduated with honors from Albertus at the age of 20; she spent several years in Germany coordinating entertainment at officers’ clubs throughout the country
October 19, 2011
Appleton, Wisconsin

Jeanne Macrae Deevy Larmee ’49, graduated magna cum laude; she earned a master’s degree and became director of student learning at St. Collete’s; she was an original faculty member as assistant dean at DePaul University’s School for New Learning
November 9, 2011
Arlington Heights, IL

Dorothy Reynolds ’50, had a long career with Blue Cross Blue Shield of Connecticut
October 12, 2011
West Haven, CT

Carol Emerling Boudreau ’55, was a retired advertising executive when she joined a software company, and recently was a receptionist/secretary at her church
December 9, 2011
Ridgefield, CT

Jeanne Shea Freedman ’55, became a paralegal after being heavily involved with church and school volunteer work; she was a passionate volunteer for the Ronald McDonald House
October 25, 2011
Chapel Hill, NC

Mary Ann Brandon Supp ’58, cousin of Grace Billings ’88, received a master’s degree from Fairfield University in 1961; she retired in 1993 after 35 years of teaching Latin and history
October 5, 2011
Ansonia, CT

Jean DeMeo Carnaghi ’60, a political science major, always enjoyed the Albertus community and her New England roots
June 22, 2011
Newtown, CT

Rita Michael Shemeth ’60, a homemaker, was a member of St. Ann Melkite Catholic Church
October 31, 2011
Danbury, CT

Barbara Yetka-Eisenberg ’64, received the Master of Public Health degree from Yale University in 1968
October 14, 2011
New York, NY

John Alvord Whitney ’89, was a publisher relations manager for LPC Group in Milford
December 1, 2011
Plainfield, CT

Christopher Patenaude ’91, received the M.B.A. from Salve Regina University in 1994
October 3, 2011
Coventry, RI

Gregory Price ’00, received his undergraduate degree from Albertus and an M.B.A. from the University of New Haven
November 8, 2011
North Branford, CT

Thomas Field ’01 M.S.M., received his master’s degree from Albertus at age 62; he was a manufacturing engineer for Pratt & Whitney for 42 years; he was involved with the Killingly Town Council and other town committees
September 24, 2011
Killingly, CT

In Memoriam: Alumni Relatives and Members of the Albertus Community

Russell Aldrich Sr., husband of Anna Ambrosini Aldrich ’61
September 29, 2011

Nannette Lindemann Clark, a fine arts photographer; sister of Evie Lindemann, assistant professor of art therapy and clinical coordinator of the Master of Arts in Art Therapy program
July 17, 2011

Lucia Savarese Crescenti, sister of Rita Savarese Moule ’39
December 3, 2011

Charles G. Crump III, received an honorary Doctor of Humane Letters from Albertus in 2008
December 12, 2011

Rev. Bernard L. Keitz, O.P., parochial vicar at St. Vincent Ferrer Church in New York City, taught philosophy and theology at Albertus from 1955-1964
October 10, 2011

Thomas C. Kelly, O.P., leader of the Archdiocese of Louisville for more than 25 years, received an honorary Doctor of Humane Letters from Albertus in 1984
December 14, 2011

Sr. Eleanor (Thaddeus) Lang, O.P., Dominican Sister of Peace, taught German at Albertus from 1953-1963
November 16, 2011

Angela M. Maler, mother of Jannine Malicki ’11, a member of the College’s mailroom staff
October 24, 2010

Sister Jane McCaffrey, O.P., Dominican Sister of Peace, a former professor of theology at Albertus
October 31, 2011

Leslie J. Prokop, husband of Barbara Fitch Prokop ’39 and father of Ann Prokop ’67
September 17, 2011

Jerome “Jerry” Speight, husband of Patricia Tynan ’62
August 30, 2008

Regina C. Stupic, a former adjunct professor at Albertus
October 28, 2011

Christopher J. Sullivan, son of Ann Hargett Sullivan ’47
September 11, 2011

Michael G. Tighe, brother-in-law of Michael T. Geary, associate professor of criminal justice and Criminal Justice Program coordinator
September 28, 2011