1970sJuly 22, 2013
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Charles Goes ’70 (GAP) completed 50 years with Goes Lithographing Co. The company, which produces digital print certificates, calendars and theme stationery, moved from Chicago to Delavan, Wis.
Stephen Mangione ’70 (GAP) received the Master of the Profession award from the University Photographers’ Association of America. The award recognizes association members for their production of consistently high quality photography.
Robert Kiss ’71 (GAP) will show 20 of his large platinum-palladium prints of Barbados Chattel Houses at the City Gallery at Waterfront Park in Charleston, S.C., from Sept. 7 to Oct. 7. The show will coincide with the MOJA Arts Festival in Charleston.
Gregory Enos ’72 (GAP) recently had his article on Multitasking Reality published in The Professional Contractor magazine. Time Communications Associates, his professional development practice, helps organizations increase productivity through teambuilding and time management.
Joyce (Taylor) Hill ’72 (FAA) is now represented by the Jeanie Madsen Gallery in Santa Monica, Calif. She will also have a solo exhibition at the Gallery 6 pdx in Portland, Ore.
Philip Rasmussen ’72 (GAP) is doing custom, handcrafted woodworking as the Mountain Woodworker in Hendersonville, N.C., since retiring from the Army and the North Carolina Community College system. For details, go to www.mountainwoodworker.com.
Thomas Winter ’72 (GAP) and Irene Winter will celebrate their 40th wedding anniversary in August.
Allen Casey ’73 (KGCOE) received the Robert L. Payton Award for Voluntary Service to honor his leadership and volunteerism in support of Monroe Community College. He also serves on the NRS Executive Committee and has been a fundraiser for the RIT/Rochester City Scholars program.
Kenneth Kostuk ’74 (GAP) was elected as the patrol director for Sundown Ski Patrol in New Hartford, Conn.
Eric Mache ’74 (FAA) is vice president of Wild East Productions Inc., a DVD company in New York City. The company restores older genre films, mostly from Europe (www.wildeast.net). In November 2012, he was a special guest of the Almeria Western Film Festival in Spain and was awarded a plaque for his contribution to the western genre.
Robert Dawley ’75 (SCB) is working for Associated Builders and Contractors in Buffalo, N.Y., as an NCCER instructor for second-year apprentices in Electrical Trades.
Kevin Ruster ’75 (SCB) and Cathryn Barns are happy to announce their marriage on Oct. 7, 2012, in Cooperstown, N.Y. They live in Rome, N.Y.
William Truran ’75 (GAP) has written a new advanced Photoshop course for William Paterson University. He continues to study for his MFA at New Jersey City University.
David Niles White ’75 (CCE) is producing the documentary series Creative Inspirations at lynda.com. He also works two shifts a week as a trauma technician at the UCLA Emergency Medicine Center.
Michael Bradbury ’76 (COS) accepted a position at Alabama College of Osteopathic Medicine in Dothan, Ala., as professor. He was employed at Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine as associate professor.
Amy (Cullen) Bopp ’77 (CLA) just sold her house of 24 years in Baltimore, Md., and is buying a small RV. She raised three children in the house.
Bruce Byers ’77 (GAP) has been based in New York City as a photographer since 1975.
Michael Pollock ’77 (GAP) was recognized for completing 25 years of volunteering with Brighton Volunteer Ambulance. He has served in numerous roles there, ranging from emergency medical technician to serving on the board of directors.
John Mark Turner ’77 (CCE) partnered with the University of Washington Herbarium and High Country Apps to produce Washington Wildflowers, a smartphone field guide to more than 850 species of mostly native plants in Washington state. He is the photographer and co-author of Wildflowers of the Pacific Northwest and the new Trees & Shrubs of the Pacific Northwest, due from Timber Press in February 2014. He operates a portrait studio in Bellingham, Wash.
Robert Whiteside ’77 (FAA) has been awarded the Nazareth College Creative Arts Therapist of the Year. In September, he will be exhibiting his recent work at the RIT/NTID Dyer Arts Center as one of five founding member artists of the Wildroot Gallery.
B. Thomas Mancuso ’78 (SCB) is working on the redevelopment of a 500,000- square-foot former factory into a mixed-use business and incubator center.
Patrick Naylon ’78 (CLA), a partner at Goldberg Segalla LLP, was named to America’s Best Lawyer’s and Super Lawyer’s Upstate Edition, 2013.
Joseph Krupka ’77, ’79 (SCB) received his doctorate, an EDBA in business, from Georgia State University on Aug. 7, 2012.
Gregory “Red” Rohall ’77, ’79 (GAP) recently had a solo exhibit of his paintings at G. C. Lucas Gallery in Indianapolis. Titled “Route 66 and Beyond,” the exhibit featured his oil paintings of funky roadside attractions.
Charles Speer ’77, ’79 (SCB) joined Ameriprise Financial Services in Rochester as a financial adviser. He has celebrated more than 17 years in the financial services industry.
Costena Walker ’78, ’79 (SCB) is the sole proprietor of Walker Enterprises, an income tax preparation company. Walker has been in business since 2010.