Class of 1952
A group of 1952 Poly graduates; Barry Green, Robert Wolber, Joe Gartner, George Brown, Herman Anton, Dan Reuther, and Anthony Annunziato meet periodically for lunch on Long Island.
Mr. Sterling retired in 2008. He is spending his time at home playing with his grandson, focusing on investment opportunities, and traveling.
Nat Schatz is working as an Executive Consultant for Pathfinder LLC, a Cherry Hill N.J. based Project Management Consultant firm.
David Seidman was elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences in 2010.
Ronald Mann has been residing near Atlanta, GA and with Lockheed Martin for 26 years working on Government Industrialization and Federal Energy Projects as a Certified Project Manager.
William S. Ginell
William S.Ginell received his Ph.D in Physical Chemistry from the University of Wisconsin, Madison, in 1949. He worked for the Brookhaven National Laboratory (1949-1958); Atomics International (1958-1961); Aerospace Corporation (1961-1963); and Douglas Aircraft and McDonnell Douglas Astronautics Company (1963-1983). Mr. Ginell retired as Principal Engineer in 1983.
Michael Samberg retired from Coates-America as Senior Vice President Mfg, and was awarded "Chevalier", Legion of Honor by the Consulate-General of France at San Francisco on May 8, 2011. Mr. Samberg was honored for his contribution as a rifleman with the 26th Division of the 3rd Army in the liberation of France from the Nazis in 1944. He holds several citations, including the Silver Star Medal, 2 Bronze Star Medals and the Purple Heart.
Entrepreneur Fadi Chehade Creates Companies as ‘Oases, Not Fortresses’
Fadi Chehade ’85CS was 17 when he told an American consular official in Beirut he wanted to go to America to learn English and to find out why the country was so great. Since that day in 1979, his life has been an eloquent answer to that question. His enviable education, brilliant career and entrepreneurial success are a powerful testament to the American Dream.
Theodore W. Houston
Theodore W. Houston retired from Texas Instruments as a Fellow in 2009 and is now enjoying the life of an art student with plans to go professional.
Christina Coscia-Turturro & David Turturro welcomed their son Michael David Turturro into the world on June 1, 2011.
William Gardner was recently promoted to Vice President at Willis of New York, Inc. He was also promoted to head of the Loss Sensitive Program Services Group. Mr. Gardner will be with Willis for 6 years this October 25th after working for Johnson & Higgins and then Marsh (who bought out Johnson & Higgins) since 1972.
Frank Molino retired as Chief Strategist for the Naval Undersea Warfare Center Newport in 2007.