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Class Notes Summer 2008

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The Broker’s Council of Eastern Massachusetts for Century 21 has elected David W. O’Neil, North Reading, Mass., as president. The alumnus is principal broker at Century 21 Spindler & O’Neil.

Adele M. Annesi, Ridgefield, Conn., has won the 2007 AnyTime Award for her work as lead editor with the international IT analysis firm Gartner Inc. in Stamford. The honor recognizes her work on the company’s Alternative Delivery Models Special Report.

Sinai Foundation board chairman Stephen J. DeCesare ’MSF, Sharon, Mass., was honored at the “Stepping Out with Sinai” event, held in May 2008 at the Fairmont Copley Plaza in Boston. The foundation lauded DeCesare’s many years of service to New England Sinai – a long-term, acute-care hospital. The alumnus is senior vice president for Eastern Bank.

25th Reunion Class
UST Global has welcomed Thomas H. Esperson, Salem, Mass., to the post of chief technology officer. The company is a leading provider of IT services and business process outsourcing solutions for Global 2000 enterprises.

William M. Parent, Walpole, Mass., has been named partner and chief investment officer at Grail Partners LLC, a merchant bank that specializes in financial services and related technology companies.

Jose A. Hernandez, Tokyo, Japan, has been promoted from chief operating officer to president for American International Group Inc.

TranS1 Inc. has tapped Joseph P. Slattery, Poolesville, Md., for its Board of Directors. Slattery also will chair the Audit Committee for the company, which is located in Wilmington, N.C.

Sarah M. Place, Raleigh, N.C., has been named to the Board of Directors for the North Carolina Council on Economic Education. She will support the organization’s mission by focusing on critical strategic issues, and by assisting with fiscal oversight, fund raising and community outreach. Place is president and CEO of Place Trade Financial Inc.

15th Reunion Class
Moving forward to address growing worldwide demand for cyber security and technology services, Industrial Defender Inc. has appointed Donald A. Simoneau, Bedford, Mass., as senior vice president of worldwide operations.

Mark A. Lundin ’MSA, ’98 MSCIS, Clayton, Calif., has been elected partner at KPMG LLP. His focus will be on information security, secure electronic commerce, and outsourcing service providers.