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Summer 2008

In Memoriam: Louis T. Falcone '37, Distinguished Benefactor

Louis T. Falcone Sr., a member of the Class of 1937 and one of the college’s leading benefactors, died peacefully on February 26 in Sarasota, Fla. He was 91.

 A practicing certified public accountant for more than 60 years, Mr. Falcone founded his own firm, L.T. Falcone PC; son Louis Jr. ’94 MST now heads the company. It is based in Milton, Mass., where Mr. Falcone and his family lived for several decades before moving to Florida 10 years ago.

Milestones: Marriages and Births Summer 2008

Jennifer L. Bethke ’04, ’07 MBA to Tad M. Jones ’03, ’06 MST on May 11, 2007.
Meghan A. Faria ’04 to Patrick J. Martin on September 8, 2007.
Kara F. Jamrok ’93 to Robert E. Burgess Jr. on June 9, 2007. 
Miranda E. Kilmer ’02 to Peter R. Velonis on October 13, 2007.
Danielle M. Landry ’02 to Scott C. Morgan ’00 on June 23, 2007.
Dino LaPaglia ’98 to Julie A. Hamilton on June 16, 2007.

Cue the Talent: Kristin Nava '01, '02 MSFP

Kristin Nava ’01, ’02 MSFP combines her business skills with a passion for the entertainment industry as a commercial talent agent. But landing that dream job involved a few plot twists.

A native Californian, Nava returned after graduation and started work at Los Angeles-based Abrams Artists Agency – a bi-coastal talent agency that provides theatrical, commercial, print, literary, voice-over, and children’s services. Her job was in the mailroom.

Reliever Turns Starting Ace: Jarrod Marchesi '09

History weighed heavy on Jarrod Marchesi ’09 as he took the mound at Bleecker Stadium in Albany, N.Y., this past April. The righthander had a chance to become the first Bentley pitcher to win eight games in a season – but doing so would require ending a string of misfortune at the College of Saint Rose diamond.

Though primarily a relief pitcher at the time, Marchesi made two starts in his freshman and sophomore seasons – each against Saint Rose. The Peabody, Mass., resident doesn’t sugarcoat the result. “Both times I got shelled.” 

Events Draw Alumni, Parents and Friends


Harbor View of History
The Wharf Room of the Boston Harbor Hotel was the dramatic setting for an enlightening evening with acclaimed author and renowned historian Doris Kearns Goodwin. Held on May 6, the event featured a cocktail reception, dinner, keynote address and book signing. Topics of discussion included the primary attributes that voters should look for in the next president of the United States.  

Recognizing the Future


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