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Saint Vincent Honors Nine Alumni at Homecoming

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Posted: Wednesday Oct 19, 2011
Saint Vincent College honored nine graduates with the presentation of Alumni of Distinction Awards at a reception and dinner on Friday, October 7 during the annual Alumni Homecoming and Fall Family Weekend on campus. Those who were honored at the Fred M. Rogers Center’s main banquet room included, seated left to right, Christina L. Cristaldi, D.O., C’2000, of McKeesport (honored as a Young Alumna of Distinction); George J. Nemo, C’61, of Frederick, Maryland; Archabbot Douglas R. Nowicki, O.S.B.; Stephen P. Yanek, C’68, of Laurel, Maryland; Br. Norman W. Hipps, O.S.B., president; Standing, from left, are Fred F. Ciarochi, M.D., C’65, of Duncanville, Texas; the Honorable William H. Baughman, Jr., C’71, of Pepper Pike, Ohio; Robert J. Rogalski, C’86, of Pittsburgh; Rhonda L. Randall, D.O., C’94, of Orlando, Florida; Ramon F. Martin, M.D., C’71, of Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts; and David K. Roger, C’91, of Murrysville. The awards are made by the Saint Vincent Alumni Association in recognition of meritorious service and commitment to Saint Vincent.