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Fall 2012 Editors: Steve Narracci & Terri Vitale

Hall of Fame Honors Six
The twenty-sixth Hall of Fame induction will be held Sunday, November 18, 2012, at the Country House, East Haven. Scheduled for induction into the Athletic Hall of Fame are Earl Horton, Amanda Signore ’01, Kevin Glenn ’97, and David Coulombe ’89. Distinguished Graduate Awards will be presented to Dr. John Fitzgerald ’58, and Robert Narracci ’86.

Signore is the first female in school history to letter in three sports all four years. Amanda captained the volleyball, basketball, and softball teams, was a three time All-SCC, two time All-State, three time team MVP, All-Area volleyball player and holds the school record in assists (1508). She was a two time All-SCC in basketball, team MVP three times, third team All-State, and had a three year scoring average of 11.1 points per game. In addition, she was All SCC softball in her junior year.

A graduate of Western New England University with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration, Amanda was an All Great Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC) selection three years, four time female athlete of the week, Rookie of the Week, and is ranked 11th In NCAA Division III with 2002 service aces.

In 2005 she was the first female intern for the WNBA’s Connecticut Sun. From 2006-08 she was a Casino Beverage Supervisor at the Mohegan Sun Casino and presently is a sales and marketing representative for American Eagle Embroidery & Screen Printing in North Haven.

After moving to East Haven in 1960, Earl Horton began coaching baseball in the Foxon Recreation League. He then joined the East Haven Gridiron Club, was part of a committee that brought youth football to East Haven, served as President of the Club, and was Director of the youth league from 1981-82. For twenty-five years he was a volunteer video coordinator for the East Haven High School football team, taping all varsity and freshman games and providing copies to the coaching staffs. For his efforts the press box was named in his honor in 2008. In 1993 he began taping all Hall of Fame Awards until he was injured in a serious auto accident in 2007. He presently tapes East Haven youth football games.

Earl served in the U.S. Navy during the Korean conflict and is an acclaimed military historian. Joining the Southern Connecticut Gas Company in 1950, he celebrated over fifty years of service ending his career as one of the most renowned trainers in the field of natural gas. In addition to supporting East Haven athletics, he was a member of Cable TV Advisory Committee (Channel 18), the school building committee, and in 1995 was awarded the Mayor’s Merit Award.

Glenn was a three sport athlete serving as captain in all three. As a three year starting quarterback, he was a two time All-SCC, honorable mention All-State, and holds the school record for career passing yards (2,638), all-purpose yards (3,554), passing yards in a season (1053), passes completed in a season (73), career TD passes (11), and most passes completed in a single game (15). He was a four year starter and was a wide receiver/punt returnee as a freshman

In his senior year he started as defensive back in the annual New Haven County vs. Fairfield County All-Star game. Glenn was also a great track and field athlete, competing at the state level in the 110 MHH, 300 MIH, and the Decathlon.

As a freshman at the University of New Haven, he was a member of the team that participated in the Division II National Championship. After his freshman year he left UNH and began his law enforcement career with the North Haven Police Department in 2001 and was assigned to the patrol division. For four consecutive years he was awarded the MADD Drunk Driving Award. In 2004 he became a certified police instructor, was promoted to the rank of Sergeant in 2010, and in 2011 to the rank of Lieutenant, assigned as Commander of the Uniformed Services Division. Currently, Kevin is the Commander of a regional SWAT Team, K-9 Division, Motorcycle Unit, Dare Officers, and Patrol in the Town of North Haven.

Coulombe was a four year member of the golf team and captain in his junior and senior years. In his junior and senior years, David was the Housatonic League Golf Champion and was undefeated in his senior year. At the end of his high school career, he was named Register Youth of the Year, CIAC Scholar Athlete, and Valedictorian of the senior class. He is a graduate of Wake Forest University with a B.A. in Politics and a B.A. in Sociology with a concentration in crime and social control. During his stay at Wake Forest, he was a four year member and President of the WFU Karate Club and holds a Third Degree black belt. He was a three year member of the Big Four Challenge golf competition between Wake, UNC, Duke, and NC State. Wake won the competition all three years. David has been a Tae Kwon Do instructor at WFU and has been All Region Volleyball player for many years. He and his wife Jennifer are active in the community teaching Lindy Hop/Swing dance at all levels. David is a senior manager for General Motors Acceptance Corporation. He and his wife live in Winston Salem, NC and have two sons, Dylan, 3 ½, and Logan 1 ½.

Fitzgerald was a member of the basketball and baseball teams, and as a member of the 1958 State Championship Baseball Team, he made a crucial throw from center field to stop a run from scoring in East Haven’s 1-0 win. He received a Bachelor of Arts Degree from UConn and received a ROTC commission as a second lieutenant in the U.S. Army, serving in Europe from 1964-66. After his stint in the army, he enrolled in SCSU and received a M.S. in Elementary Education. From 1966 to 1969 he taught 8th grade math at the East Haven Middle School. He enrolled at New York University and received a Ph.D. in Educational Administration in 1973. After three years as an administrative assistant at North Haven High School, he was appointed Principal of Greenwich Jr./Sr. High school in Greenwich, N.Y. where he served from 1973-1999 until retiring in 1999. John served in the U.S. Army Reserve from 1962-1993 retiring as a full colonel. Upon retiring in 1993, he was awarded the Meritorious Service Medal and thr Legion of Merit.

In Greenwich, he was the Board of Education representative to the Chamber of Commerce, a member of the American Legion, and a 40 year member of the Lion’s Club, twice serving as President and also Zone Chairmen. John has been a member of the Knights of Columbus for 39 years and was a Fourth Degree Knight. He was a member of the National Association of Secondary School Principals and the School Administrators Association of New York State. He and his wife Athena have one daughter, Alethea.

Narracci was a four year member of the swim team, captain in his senior year, and held the school record in the 100 yard breaststroke. He was the Register Youth of the Year and received the Harvard Book Award.

He is a graduate of Penn State University with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Architecture and a Bachelor of Architecture. He joined Pelli, Clarke, Pelli Architects of New Haven in 1989 and is presently a Senior Associate. He is currently project manager and senior designer for a 600,000 square foot office tower in Dallas, TX, and for a 46.000 square meter office tower in Monterey, Mexico.

He has been project manager and senior designer for the following completed projects: Aria Resort in Las Vegas, a 4,000 room hotel, convention center, a 250,000 square foot pool, spa, casino, and restaurants; Porta Nuova, a 23 acre mixed-use development in Milan, Italy; 1500 Louisiana, a 40 story, 1.2 million square foot office tower in Houston, TX;Torre Bank Boston in Buenos Aires, Argentina, a 29 story, 500,000 square foot tower; Design and technical coordinator of curtain walls for the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts in Miami, FL

Robert is the former Chairman of the Board of Art Space in New Haven, an instructor at Temple University, Yale University, and a guest critic at Yale, Rice and Northeastern Universities. He and his wife Gina reside in New Haven.

Tickets are $45.00. Checks should be made out to The East Haven High School Alumni Association. Please include your name(s), address, phone number, and the name of the inductee for whom you are attending. Mail to Albert Vitale, 27 Hilltop Road, East Haven CT. by November 11.
Don Harrison ’57, spoke about and signed copies of his new book, Hoops in Connecticut: The Nutmeg State’s Passion for Basketball, at the Hagaman Memorial Library in East Haven last January. The book includes interviews with many hometown stars. His career encompasses more than four decades as a freelance writer, fourteen years as sports editor of the Waterbury Republican, lengthy stints in corporate advertising and public relations, and seven years as founding editor of a weekly newspaper, the Greenwich Citizen. His book is available in most bookstores in Connecticut as well as online at Barnes & Noble, Amazon, and the publisher’s website, History Press.com.

Timothy Dessuseau was the recipient of the Acquarulo Family Foundation Scholarship. He was a member of the National Honor Society, Unified Sports, Helping Hands, FBLA, Robotics and Science Clubs. Annually he has been a volunteer at the Our Lady of Pompeii Bible Camp, and a volunteer at the St. Vincent DePaul carnival. Tim has logged 167.75 community service hours and found time to be a four year member of the tennis team and team captain.He has received the Sportsmanship Award for Unified Sports, East Haven Rotary Club Award and was a member of the Southern Connecticut Conference All-Academic Team. Tim ranked eighth in the senior class and is majoring in Electric Engineering at Fairfield University.

Louis Pane ’81, Coach of the East Haven High School Hockey Team received the Coach of the Year Sportsmanship Award as selected by the Connecticut Chapter of the National Ice Hockey Officials Association. In addition, his team earned the Dick Gagliardi Team Sportsmanship Award as selected by the Southern Connecticut Conference Division I coaches.

A scholarship in the memory of Larry Acquarulo, Sr., a long time Eastie supporter who passed away this year, was awarded to Alisia Cintron, daughter of Laura DiMeola Contron ’92. Alisia was a member of the State of the Arts, Creative Writing, and Environmental Clubs. She has been an honor student throughout her high school career, has taken classes at the Creative Arts Workshop, and has entered her artwork in several area gallery shows and juried competitions all four years.

Alisia has also been a steady volunteer at the East Haven Food Panty and Connecticut Food Bank, as well as assisting an elderly woman in her neighborhood.

Ranked in the top 15% of her class, Alisia is attending Albertus Magnus College and will be majoring in psychology or art therapy.

Katelyn Oca and Stephanie Lendroth were awarded the DiLungo Family Scholarships.

Oca is the daughter of Jim and Kim Consolatore Oca ‘85/86 and was captain of the Pom Pom Squad and received the Coaches Award. She was a Rotary Student of the Month, a volunteer in her church, food pantry, and March of Dimes. Kim is attending Western Connecticut University and majoring in accounting.

Lendroth is the daughter of Martin and Kim O’Malley Lendroth ‘81/86. She was a four year member and captain of the Pom Pom Squad, captain of the Cross Country Team and was named All Division in 2010.Stephanie is a member of SADD, HOSA, Ropes, FBLA and was named East Haven Courier Sports Person of the Week. Stephanie is attending Sacred Heart University and is majoring in occupational therapy.


Albert Koziatek, son of Caroline Vitale Koziatek ’80, was awarded the Grieco Family Scholarship. He served as Class Historian, was a Comet reporter, member of ROPES, SADD, and a varsity letter winner in soccer.

Albert was also a volunteer in the Biddy Basketball League and food pantry. He is attending UConn and is a pre-law major.

Claire LaPia Criscuolo ’69 celebrated her new book, Welcome to Claire’s, 35 Years of Recipes and Reflections from the Landmark Vegetarian Restaurant last February. Claire is the owner of Claire’s Corner Copia and Basta Trattoria, located in downtown New Haven. This is Claire’s fourth book and is published by Lyons Press.

Joe Piscitelli ’65, a sales associate with Coldwell Banker of Milford ranked as the company’s No. 1 sales associate in New Haven County in 2011. He has been honored as the Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage top sales associate in New Haven County for fifteen consecutive years. Joe was also recognized with the Coldwell Banker International President’s Elite award, a distinguished honor presented to the top two percent of approximately 85,000 sales associates worldwide in the Coldwell Banker system.

Bob Purcell ’78, Head Coach of the Amity High School Softball Team led his sixth-seeded team to a 10-6 win over the number one seed, Southington High School to win the Class “LL” State Championship last June. Amity finished the season with a record of 23-5. Bob was inducted into the Hall of Fame last year.
The annual membership appeal for 2012-2013 is underway and we are requesting that you consider supporting your Association. A self-determined donation will help us continue assisting East Haven High graduates further their education. Thanks to those who have assisted us and our scholarship sponsors we have awarded $129,039.00 to date. Any amount will be appreciated. Mail your donation to: The EHHS Alumni Association, 247 Bayard Ave, North Haven, CT 06473


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Nicole Peterson, daughter of Christine Peterson ’84, was the recipient of the Robert and Frances Healy Warner Scholarship. She was captain of the Yellow Jacket Marching Band Color Guard, Vice-President of Healthcare Occupations Students of America (HOSA), Chairperson of the “Toys for Smilow” Project, and recipient of the Connecticut Health Exposition Leadership Award.

Nicole was also a member of ROPES, SADD, and the Multicultural Club, a recipient of the Joseph Mellilo Middle School Marie Carbo Service Award, a volunteer in the Shoreline Figure Skating Club, and Our Lady of Pompeii Church. In addition, she has over 241 hours of community service. Nicole is attending Gateway Community College, majoring in radiation therapy.

Patrick Madley, son of Tracey Alberino Madley ’81, received the Class of 67, 68, & 69 Memorial Scholarship. He was Class President in his sophomore and junior years and a class senator in his senior year. Patrick has been a member of SADD Environmental Club, HOSA (President), the SCC Diversity Dream Team, a peer tutor, a volunteer at the East Haven Teen Center, and a graduate of an Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) class.

Patrick ranked in the top 20% his class, is attending Sacred Heart University and hopes to be a physician.

Michael Vessicchio was the recipient of the first annual Stephen Narracci Scholarship awarded to a high ranking senior scholar athlete. He was a three sport athlete having won eleven letters in football, basketball, and tennis. Michael won numerous awards including the Floyd Little Scholar Athlete Award, SCC All-Academic Team, Gene Casey National Football Foundation Award, New Haven Tap Off Club Scholar Athlete, and the CIAC Scholar Athlete Award. In addition to his athletic awards, Michael was a member of the National Honor Society, Media Club, ROPES, and Math League. His community service included being a Special Olympics Volunteer, a school tutor, and a recreational basketball coach.

Michael ranked seventeenth in his class and is attending Fairfield University.

George Naclerio, Adrianna Tomasello, and Ryan Brown were the recipients of the Alumni Scholarships.

Naclerio is the son of Dina Lillo Naclerio ’84 and was a two time national champion boxer, ranked #1 in the country at 135 pounds. He also was a student representative to the Board of Education, a Student Senate Rep and a SCC Scholar Award winner. George was ranked fifth in the senior class and is attending Fairfield University and hopes to be a plastic surgeon.

Tomasello is the daughter of Joseph Tomasello ’78 and was a letter winner in volleyball (captain) and tennis. She was a member of SADD, the Cooperative International Studies Program, ROPES, Math League, and National Honor Society. Adrianna was the Historian of the Honor Society, East Haven Courier Sports Person of the Week, SCC All-Academic Team, and Athlete of the Month. Her additional honors include the Mount Holyoke Book Award, Honorable Mention Princeton University Book Award, Rotary Youth of the Month, and Volleyball Team MVP.

Actively involved in the community, Adrianna was a summer tutor, a volunteer at St. Raphael’s Hospital, a reader to second and third graders at Ferrara School, and a camp counselor at Our Lady of Pompeii’s Bible Camp. Ranked seventh in her class, Adrianna is attending the College of the Holy Cross and is planning to become an attorney

Brown is the son of Cynthia Ryan Brown ’83 and was an active participant in Unified Sports, a member of Best Buddies, and a member of Our Lady of Pompeii Leap of Faith Youth Group. For eight years he was a volunteer for the Our Lady of Pompeii Annual Carnival, and for his efforts he was selected to attend Notre Dame University for a Catholic leadership conference.

Ryan ranked ninth in his class and is attending Fairfield University, majoring in computer science.

Kristin Schatzlein, daughter of Lee Schatzlein ’80, was named the Connecticut Gatorade Player of the Year. As a senior on the Tolland High School Basketball Team, she averaged 20.3 points per game, 9.9 rebounds, 6.3 assists, 5.5 steals, and 2.1 blocks in leading her team to a 22-3 record. Kristin was a four time All-Conference player and was named to the New Haven Register All-State Team. In addition to her basketball talents, she maintained a B average, volunteers locally on behalf of the youth basketball program and has raised funds to benefit diabetes research. Kristin received a basketball scholarship from Fairfield University.

The Alumni Association thanks the following

Business, civic groups, and individuals who

have supported us financially.
The Country House

Pasquariello Electric

East Haven Memorial Funeral Home

W.J. Dornfeld Co.

Forbes Premium Fuel

Town Fair Tire

Royal Plumbing and Heating

Ralph & P.J. Rosato

Dasal Industries

East Haven Firefighters Local 1205

Total Plumbing & Heating, Inc.

Foxon Community Volunteer Fire Co. #3

D.F.G. Electric

David Riccio, M.D., P.C.

Gesmonde, Pietrosimone & Sgrignari, L.L.C.

East Haven Administrators & Supervisors Association

Mayor April Capone Almon

Clayton Realtors

East Haven Education Association

East Haven Democratic Town Committee

The Gents

Orthodontic Associates of CT, P.C.

Carol & Walter Koziatek

The New Haven County Police Order of Centurions

Connecticut Scaffolding

Foxon Recreation League

St. Andrew Apostle Society

St. Andrew Ladies Society

East Haven Stoners

Ralph’s Auto Body Repair

East Haven Board of Education

Mary Esposito

Branford Hills Homecare Service

John Wrabel

Jarson Tivho & Julie Paulson

CT Alumni Sr. Drum & Bugle Corps

Laura McEvo

Vin Aitro
Joe Bittner ’83 received the Distinguished Service Award from the National Business Education Association in recognition of his achievements, dedication, and personal and professional commitment to advancing accounting education.

He is the Director of Education and Professional Development for Eisner Amper LLP in New York City and is responsible for curriculum and course design and instructor development He is also an Accounting Professor for NYU’s School of Continuing and Professional Studies. Joe is a CPA and holds a B.S. and M.B.A. in Accounting from the University of Connecticut.

Crystal Mansi, daughter of Anthony Mansi ’71, was the recipient of the Dr. William Pite Scholar Athlete Scholarship. A winner of varsity letters in volleyball, indoor and outdoor track, Crystal set school records in the javelin, the 4 x 400 relay, and was outdoor track MVP in her junior year. In addition, she was Vice-President and Historian of HOSA, a member of the Student Council, Environmental Club, and choir. Crystal recorded 173.5 hours of volunteer service with the flu clinic, church youth group, animal shelter Alzheimer’s Walk, Mission of Mercy Dental Clinic, and the Youth Group Carnival.

During her senior year Crystal was Vice-President of the Honor Society, earned CPR, First Aid and Lifeguard certification, placed first at HOSA State Leadership Conference for CPR & First Aid, received the DAR Award, became certified as a scuba diver, and enlisted in the Army Reserves.

Ranked thirteenth in the senior class, Crystal is attending UConn and plans to be a veterinarian.
1955 - The Easties shared the Housatonic League Baseball Championship with Seymour and Lyman Hall.
1957 - Joel Guastafson was named to the All-State Football Team.
1962 - Anna Marie Celotto received the DAR Award.
1965 - Bob Miranda and Ron Parisi were named to the All-Housatonic Football Team.
1968 - Jean Pesce was selected as the DAR recipient.
Bob Beamon long jumped 29’2 ½” in the Mexico City Olympics breaking the record by nearly two feet.
1971 - Dave Salovitz and Anthony Purgatore were named to the All-Housatonic Baseball Team.
1973 - James Ferrara and Claudette Narcisco received the All-Around Boy & Girl Award.
1975 - .Jennifer Parker, Diane Curren and Francine Panzo were named to the All- Housatnic Softball Team.
1977 - Laurie Finnegan was named to the All-Housatonic Softball Team.
Elvis Presley died in August and Bing Crosby suffered a fatal heart attack in October.

1980 - Joe Carfora was named to the All-Housatoanic and All-State Basketball Teams
Former Beatle John Lennon was shot and killed, December 8, in New York City.
1985 - Robert C Brown, Jr. was named Register Youth of the Year and was the recipient of the Harvard Book and Rensselaer Awards, William Roland the Yale Book Award, and Scott Mitchell the DAR Award.
1987 - Peter Colombe was named Register Youth of the Year.
Wall Street crashed on October 19 with the Dow Jones plummeting a record 508 points.
1990 - Jeffrey DeMaio was named salutatorian of the graduating class.
1994 - Jessica Pollio received the Bausch and Lomb Science Medal.
Major League basketball players went on strike August 11 causing cancellation of the World Series for the first time.
1998 - Mike Boney was named to the All-State Track Team in the pole vault and decathlon.
2002 - Greg DeDona was the SCC Champion in the shot put and was named to the All State Team.
2005 - Michael Harkins was named salutatorian of the graduating class and received the Harvard Book Award.
1980 - Joe Carfora was named to the All-Housatoanic and All-State Basketball Teams
Former Beatle John Lennon was shot and killed, December 8, in New York City.
1985 - Robert C Brown, Jr. was named Register Youth of the Year and was the recipient of the Harvard Book and Rensselaer Awards, William Roland the Yale Book Award, and Scott Mitchell the DAR Award.
1987 - Peter Colombe was named Register Youth of the Year.
Wall Street crashed on October 19 with the Dow Jones plummeting a record 508 points.
1990 - Jeffrey DeMaio was named salutatorian of the graduating class.
1994 - Jessica Pollio received the Bausch and Lomb Science Medal.
Major League basketball players went on strike August 11 causing cancellation of the World Series for the first time.
1998 - Mike Boney was named to the All-State Track Team in the pole vault and decathlon.
2002 - Greg DeDona was the SCC Champion in the shot put and was named to the All State Team.
2005 - Michael Harkins was named salutatorian of the graduating class and received the Harvard Book Award.

Sue Saccavino Marchese ’64 is a member of Friends of Fort Wooster in New Haven where the Patriots attempted to hold off the British invaders in 1779, from burning New Haven during the Revolution. They are attempting to get the City of New Haven involved in helping to clean up the area so that the public can use it for hiking, picnicking and educational purposes.
Frank Barron ’68, assistant lacrosse coach at Branford HS, also serves as the Connecticut Boys’ lacrosse liaison to United States Lacrosse, the nationwide governing body of lacrosse. He was inducted into the Lacrosse Hall of Fame last November.
John Esposito ’54, a member of the Hall of Fame Class of 1991 is a retired attorney living is Florida and has created a legal dynasty. His son John, Jr. daughter Diana, granddaughter Andrea, and grandson Mathew are attorneys.
Janet Glenn Cianelli ’68 was appointed to the East Haven Board of Assessment Appeals last February.
Dennis Nastri ’70 was named East Haven Courier Person of the Week last November. Dennis has been a chiropractor for over thirty years with an office in East Haven and is chairman of the East Shore District Health Department Board of Directors.
Jerri Ripkin ’71, retired last June after 37 years as a teacher in East Haven. She was named East Haven Courier Person of the Week last March.
Michael Lawlor ’74 was appointed by Governor Dan Malloy as Under Secretary for Criminal Justice Policy & Planning at the State of Connecticut Office of Policy & Management..
Mary Acquarulo ’74, Director of Pupil Services for the East Haven Board of Education, retired last June after 34 years in education. She was named East Haven Courier Person of the Week last March.
Michael Albis’74 and his wife established a scholarship called East Haven Unity for Latino students at East Haven High School.
Gino Popolizio ’75 and his Wango Tango Band performed at LaLuna Ristorante in Branford last April.
A.J. Carfora, son of Al Carfora ’76 has signed a letter of intent to play lacrosse at Penn State in the fall.
Ralph Vitale ’78 is the Chairman of the East Haven Board of Finance.
Joan Adamczyk ’79 was appointed a constable by the East Haven Town Council.
Bruce Palmer ’80 was named East Haven Courier Person of the Week last December. He is the owner of Palmer Jewelers in East Haven and is a member of the Jewelers Board of Trade
Joe Ciscone ’81 and Marty Lendroth ‘81 were re-elected President and Vice-President respectively of the East Haven Firefighters Union.
Carmen Parlato ’82 is a member of the East Haven Housing Authority.
Andy Apuzzo ’82 was re-elected Treasurer of the East Haven Firefighters Union.
Dom Criscuolo, father of Paul Criscuolo ’82, was inducted into the Wilbur Cross High School Hall of Fame last April.
Stephen Marsico, son of Raymond Marsico ’82, was named to the 2012 All-Area and second team All-State hockey teams. As a senior he had 22 goals and 19 assists, leading the Easties to a 12-7-2 record.
Jake Narracci, son of Steve Narracci ’83 was a member of the Xavier High School Freshmen Lacrosse Team last spring.
Rob Celentano, son of Lynn Romano Celantano ’85, a member of the Branford High School hockey team, was named to the 2012 All Area, and All-State Team. He had 23 goals and 21 assists to finish with 90 career points. His team ended with a 16-10 record, and runner-up in the Division II tournament.
The East Haven High School Pom Pom Squad coached by Kim Consolatore Oca ’86 placed first in the Pom Pom Division of The Dance Team Challenge 2012 at Southern Connecticut State University last March.
Stacy Gravino Piccirillo ’87, East Haven Town Clerk was named East Haven Courier Person of the Week last February
Lance Horton ’88 was named East Haven Courier Sports Person of the Week last December. He is in his second term as President of the East Haven Youth Football Program.
Chris Bonagiuso ’90 was named East Haven Courier Sports Person of the Week last September. He is the Head Coach of Wrestling at Branford High School.
Jeffrey Bogue ’93 is Senior Underwriter in the International Group at John Hancock in Boston. His work travels have been to Greece, Spain, Canada, Belgium, the Netherlands, and the UK, and this year will be to Turkey and Hungary.
Chris Sanford ’93, Principal of the Wheeler MS/HS in North Stonington received Connecticut’s First Year Principal Award for Middle Schools.
Anthony Russell ’95, Coach of the EHHS Girls’ Basketball Team was named 2012 All-Area Coach of the Year by the New Haven Register.
Denise Bogue ’99 lives in Long Island with her husband Brendan and two children. Denise is a Public Defender in Suffolk County while her husband is an Assistant DA in Nassau County.
Michael Riolino ’02 was named East Haven Courier Person of the Week last June. He is the President of the East Haven Historical Society.
Nicole Spina ’06 is an ABA Trainer at ACES in North Haven. She married Justin Richardson last April.
Rob Belevich ’07 was named East Haven Courier Sports Person of the Week last September. He is the defensive back and receivers’ coach for the East Haven High Football Team.
Rick Charpentier ’08, graduated from U.S. Air Force basic training last December.
Anthony Vessicchio ’09, was named to the Dean’s List at UConn for the 2011 fall semester.
Joseph Grillo ’09 & Sarah Lukaszek ’09, were named to the Dean’s List at SCSU last fall.
Ashley Grippo ’10, & Danielle Jessey ’10 were named to the Dean’s List at SCSU last fall.
Amanda Cesare ’11 was named East Haven Courier Person of the Week last April. She is a certified medical assistant and a phlebotomist. She assisted an injured driver in an accident last February.
Syed Naqvi ‘08 was named East Haven Courier Person of the Weeklast June. Syed is a student at UConn majoring in allied health and minoring in health sciences and molecular cell biology. His major focus is on medicine and a medical career as a pediatrician.
Len Caggiano ‘64 won the Senor Club Championship at Alling Memorial Golf Course last June with a two round score of 145.
Lea Mancano DiStefano ‘00 is a teacher in the North Branford Public School System.
East Haven Fire Chief Doug Jackson ‘71 received the 2012 Emergency Manager of the Year Award f
Brian Chaput ‘99 was named East Haven Courier Person of the Week last July. Despite multiple surgeries, he competed in the Olympic Trials. Brian is a former State Open Javelin Champion and an All American at the University of Pennsylvania.

The Alumni Association would like to thank the following for their contributions:
Class of 1939 –

John Messina

Class of 1941 –

Joseph Paolillo

Joseph Carbone

Class of 1947 –

Paul Albano

Leo Hibson

Frank Igo

Frank Dooley

Class of 1948 –

Augie Perrotti

Class of 1949 –

Steve Narracci

Fred DeFelice

Joseph D’Onofrio

John Berndtson

Class of 1950 –

Albert Vitale

Louis Paolillo

Class of 1951 –

Orlando Orefice

Don Vaiuso

Class of 1952 –

Pete Russell

Ron Rossetti

Class of 1953 –

Vin Gagliardi

Carl Orefice

Class of 1954 –

John Esposito

Anthony Massari

Terri Vitale

Class of 1955 -

Leonard Orefice

Linda Amarante

Frances Lombardi Esposito

Frank Keefe

Class of 1956 –

Richard Ezold

Charles Borrman

Class of 1957 –

Pete Concelmo

Pat Concelmo

John DeCaprio

Class of 1958 –

Robert D’Onofrio

Anthony Paolillo

Linda Gagliardi Hargraves

John Fitzgerald

Julius DelGuidice

John Grieco

Erbest A. Hill

Fred Horn

Class of 1959 –

Bill Barker

Bill Pite

Nick DeMaio

Class of 1960 –

Al Carbone

Class of 1961 –

Pete Barile

Fred Horn

Class of 1962 –

Martin DiMezza

Kathy Leissner DiMezza

Sandra Gargano Carbone

Class of 1963 –

Bob Hasse

Elaine Festa Pianka

Lorraine Festa Roseman

Carol ParlatPompano

James Pompano

Brenda Post Frandsen

Marilyn Volpe

Class of 1964 –

Suzanne Cross

Donald Dempsey

Robert Warner

Sophie Besce Bogue

Richard Bogue

Class of 1965 –

Paul Duffy

Norman DeMartino

Class of 1966 –

Robert Miranda

Alice Piergrossi Wickam

Richard Krause

Ron Parisi

Frank Spadacenta

Susan Warner

Class of 1967 –

Sharon Spadacenta

Bill Dornfeld

Ralph DePino

Michael Zito

Class of 1968 –

Stephen Johns

Jim Pascarella

Charles Sizemore

Debbie DeNicola Sizemore

Andrew Amendola

Carolyn Amendola Downs

Class of 1969 –

Claire LaPia Criscuolo

Class of 1970 –

Anthony Moscato

Lucille DeCaprio Huelin

Edward Prete

Jill Prete

Eldo Bagnoli

Pat Paulson

Jim Dornfeld

Class of 1972 –

Maryellen Acquarolo Bagnoli

Paul Criscuolo

Sheryl Guisto Walsh

Class of 1973 –

Jan Moscato

Michael Barbaro

James Falco

Class of 1974 –

Michael Lawlor

Class of 1975 –

Bob Goclowski

Clay Janer

Class of 1976 –

Robert Sembler

Albert Carfora

Rich Coppola

Class of 1977 –

Lisa Miranda Goclowski

Lawrence Acquarulo, Jr.

Dr. Ralph Rosato

Judy Myers Sembler

Katherine Clark Dorroh

Tom Hennessey

Linda Cacace Hennessey

Donna Pace Prete

Larry Sgrignari

Patty Turner

Class of 1978 –

Sue Badamo Harkins

Pat DiLungo

Vin Consiglio

Steven Grande

Class of 1979 –

Sal Scalia

Dr. Michael Miranda

Joan Adamczyk

Class of 1980 –

Michele Parlato

Lee Schatzlein

Carol Vitale Koziatek

Mark DiLungo

Class of 1981 –

Michael Narracci

Louis Pane

Michael Luzzi

Class of 1982 –

Louis Criscuolo

Wayne Quattlebaum

Dominic Cozzolino

Class of 1983 –

Tracey Finer

David Brennan

Class of 1984 –

Lou Lefevre

Class of 1985

Scott Mitchell

Ken Horton

Class of 1987 –

James Brennan

Class of 1988 –

Marc Guidone

Lance Helms

Class of 1991 –

Allie Carbone

Class of 1993 –

Henk Jansen

April Capone

Class of 2003 –

Matt Goclowski

Karla Sittnick

Class of 2009 –

Taylor Scalia

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