Dr. Paul McKenney and his wife, Mary Ann, in March welcomed their first grandchild, Conor Charles Wile. Conor was born March 25 to Josh and Meg (McKenney) Wile.
Michael Conley is a Deputy General Counsel for the Securities and Exchange Commission's Office of General Counsel in Washington, D.C. He was promoted from the position of Deputy Solicitor. He will work in litigation and adjudication, where he will help oversee enforcement and appellate cases.
Daniel Autiello works in the Marriott-Ritz Carlton corporate offices in Orlando, Fla., where he lives with his wife and four teen-aged children, including a set of triplets. Dan hosted a February alumni reception, which featured BHHS President John A. Jackson, '71.
James Faber is the President of the Executive Committee of the National Down Syndrome Congress. Jim, who served an illustrious career in the United State military, lives with his family in Monument, Colo.
Stephen Jackson has transitioned into a career as a failure analyst with Thielsch Engineering. He spent 20 years in manufacturing before the switch.
Thomas Bartolomeo is a financial advisor and vice-president with Morgan Stanley Smith Barney in Providence. He lives in North Providence with his wife, Joanna, and their sons Anthony and Justin.
Capt. Andrew Loiselle was recently named Commander of the USS Gunston Hall. An Assumption College graduate, Capt. Loiselle previously served part of the United States Joint Forces Command in Norfolk, Va.
Eric Fontana and his wife Virginia Mae in June celebrated the birth of their daughter Evelina Jane Fontana.
John Cullen and his wife Wilma, welcomed into the world twins Veronika and Lars in May, 2011. John works as a Web editor and videographer for the Waterbury Republican-American newspaper in Connecticut.
David Emma is a managing director and partner with Masterson, Emma and Associates in Naples, Fla. He crafts wealth management strategies for his clients, some of whom are former professional athletes. One of David's daughters, Victoria, is ranked among the Top 10 female American tennis players in her age group.
Mark August was promoted to colonel in the United State Air Force in July, 2011.
James Foster in April won his 200th game as head coach at the University of Rhode Island. Foster has spent seven years with the Rams. One of his top players, Jeff Roy, '10, was named 2012 Atlantic 10 Conference Player of the Year.
Christopher Moretti and his wife, Linda, had their second child, Emma Dora, in July, 2011. Their family also includes a son, Matthew.
Brian Lamoureux in January was named Partner in the firm Pannone Lopex Devereaux and West LLC. Brian specializes in commercial litigation, employment law, social media law, creditors' rights, student loan bankruptcy matters, surety law, construction law and structured settlement transfers.
Wes Porter serves as an associate professor at Golden Gate University School of Law in San Francisco. He works in the litigation center and specializes in evidence, trial advocacy and white collar crime. Wes also taught at Catholic University Law School, worked for the U.S. Attorney's Office in Honolulu, Hawaii, and for the Securities and Exchange Commission's Enforcement Division in San Francisco.
Gil Bianchi, Jr., is a partner in the Providence firm Bianch & Brouillard. A graduate of Connecticut College and Boston University School of Law, Gil concentrates his practice on medical malpractice, product liability, pharmaceutical negligence, nursing home negligence, construction site negligence and catastrophic personal injury.
Steve Napolillo and his wife, Bethany, welcomed son Drew Robert Napolillo on June 12, 2012.
Matt Bordeau was promoted to Regional Vice-President overseeing Robert Half Technology and The Creative Group, based in Coral Gables, Fla. A graduate of the University of Miami, and a former manager at American Power Conversion in Kingston, Matt serves the South Florida community as the Young Professional Society Co-Chair of the University of Miami Citizens Board.
James Andriotis works in his child and family psychiatry practice in Cranston, R.I.
Brian Guadagno has established Raw Elements USA, which has developed a chemical-free, natural sunscreen. The product has been rated No. 1 by The Environmental Working Group for Safety and Efficacy. Brian has spent 17 works as an ocean rescue lifeguard.
Neil Koenig lives in Bellport, N.Y., on Long Island, with his wife, Cara, and two children. His youngest, Addison Summer, was born last summer.
Christopher Bailey and his wife, Meggan, welcome their first child, Katherine Marie, on March 18. Chris and his family live in Cranston. He works as a Regional Vice President at Mutual of America in Westborough, Mass.
Paul Kessimian was named partner in the Providence firm Partridge, Snow & Hahn, LLP. With a bachelor's degree from Providence College and a law degree from Columbia University, Paul has focuses on commercial litigation, insurance, intellectual property and real property disputes. Paul lives with his family in Massachusetts.
Mark Moran was named Professional Advocate of the Year by the Maine Children's Trust for Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention. Moran works at the Eastern Maine Medical Center in Bangor, Maine, and lives with his family in nearby Brewer.
Lucas Lussier was named a Rising Star as part of the 2012 Chief Financial Officer Awards through the Providence Business News. The business manager at The Met School, Lucas worked with staff to make them comfortable with new Department of Education reforms. He was recognized at an awards dinner in April at Bryant University.
Michael Monahan married Christine D'Ambra in May at St. Augustine's Church in Newport. The couple celebrated with a honeymoon in San Francisco and Hawaii. Mike teaches World Cultures and U.S History at Bishop Hendricken. He also serves as Director of Student Activities and will coach the junior varsity basketball team this winter.
Matthew Nicolosi married Emily Graetzer in June, 2011, in Andover, N.J. After earning bachelor's degrees from Fairfield University and Ramapo College, Matthew now teaches middle school art in New Jersey.
Capt. Bryan O'Neil on June 1 checked into the 2nd Marine Expeditionary Force at Camp Lejeune, N.C. He will be working on the Commanding General's Communications Staff. Bryan recently bought a home in Sneads Ferry, N.C., and he says he is enjoying the local beaches and golf courses.
Brendan McGair was the 2010 Rhode Island Sportswriter of the Year, as named by the National Sportswriters and Sportscasters Association. Brendan has worked at the Pawtucket Times for the past nine years and returned to Bishop Hendricken this year to report stories about alumni Will Blackmon and Rocco Baldelli.
Salim Makhlouf produced the documentary Cooley, which tells the story of Providence native Ed Cooley's rise from an impoverished childhood to become the head men's basketball coach at Providence College. The documentary aired in Rhode Island on Cox Sports. Salim and his wife Medha in July, 2012, had a daughter, Nalini Minerva.
Michael St. Thomas and his wife, Mary, in June welcomed into the world their second child, Cora Josephine. Mike teaches English at Bishop Hendricken.
Justin Marra received a Master's degree in American history from Providence College in May, 2011.
Jeremy Blais won $250,000 during a February appearance on :Who Wants to be a Millionaire?" Jeremy, a pharmacist from South Kingstown, answered nine questions correctly before passing on the $500,000 question about the famous painting "Washington Crossing the Delaware." Congratulations, Jeremy.
Richard DelFino married Arianna Spicola in June, 2012. They celebrated with a honeymoon in Hawaii and are building a house in Johnston. Richard works as an Advancement Officer at Bishop Hendricken, coaches the junior varsity baseball team and serves as a mayoral appointee on the Johnston-Smithfield Juvenile Hearing Board.
Scott Heffernan graduated with honors from Hamilton College in 2011with a degree in public policy.
Vincent DeCesare participated in the James Keefe Fellowship Program during his senior year in the urban studies department at Fordham University. As part of the program, Vincent completed a thesis, with research in the South Bronx. Vincent also has worked as an intern with Asian Americans for Equality and the New York City Council.
Andrew Ferreira was drafted by the Minnesota Twins in the 32nd round of June's Major League Baseball Draft. He also has published 9to5Health, a comprehensive guide to breaking out of the cubicle, becoming healthy, losing fat and building muscle. You can learn more about his products at 9to5health.com.
Nathan Ricci spent the summer of 2011 studying at Oxford University in England as a Father Smith fellow from Providence College. Nathan is a Diocese of Providence seminarian who will continue his studies this fall at the Pontifical North American College in Rome. Nathan served as a lector for the first Mass of Fr. Ryan Connors, '01.
Michael Wahl was named Providence College's valedictorian for the Class of 2012. He graduated from PC with a double major in math and theology. He will attended the University of Notre Dame this fall to pursue a Master's degree in moral theology.
Evan Marzilli in June played in his third straight College World Series as an outfielder for the University of South Carolina baseball team. Marzilli and the Gamecocks reached the championship series on all three trips, winning the national title twice. Marzilli is an eighth-round draft pick of the Arizona Diamondbacks and is started his minor league baseball career in July with the Missoula (Mont.) Osprey of the Class A Pioneer League.
Matt McCann married Samantha DeGroff on April 1 in Bristol, Conn. He is studying at Providence College and has done an internship with GTech.
Vincent Travelyn was part of a Providence College accounting team that won the national finals of the xTreme Accounting competition in New York City earlier this year.
Patrick Brophy is studying toward a bachelor's degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering Technology at the University of Dayton. Patrick studied in Florence, Italy, in the summer of 2011.
Justin Furtado is an accounting major at Fairfield University with a 3.94 grade point average after two years. He earned the Thomas V. Moser Memorial Scholarship for rugby, which is based on athletic talent, academic achievement and community service. He serves as a diversity specialist in his residence hall.
Scott Suvall is working toward a bachelor's degree in Materials Science and Engineering at the University of Connecticut. He has played in the Huskies Marching Band.
Ameer Gazder is studying law at the National University of Ireland in Galway. He recently was named an Education in Ireland student ambassador.
Albert Lannan is working toward a degree in mechanical engineering at Wentworth Institute of Technology in Boston.
Keith Schneider and Alexander Powers both earned the rank of Eagle Scout in 2011. They were members of the state championship swim team this past winter. Keith has started at the United States Military Academy, West Point. Alex will study this fall at Worcester Polytechnic Institute.
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