TUDAA Board of Directors
The Boston Dental School Alumni Association was founded in 1872. In 1900 after the Boston Dental College became part of Tufts it became the Boston and Tufts Dental Alumni Association. The Executive Council of the Tufts University Dental Alumni Association (TUDAA) is comprised of 13 alumni who work to maintain a strong relationship between the school and the alumni body. The first six years of a member’s tenure are in the role of director. The Executive Council votes on topics including fundraising allocations, events and programming, alumni award recipients, and enjoys a close connection with the Offices of the Dean and Development and Alumni Engagement. All members serve on at least one committee each year.
Joy E. Kasparian-Federico, J92, D97, DG01
Dr. Kasparian-Federico is a very proud “Triple Jumbo” alumna and hails from a family of loyal Tufts alumni. Dr. Kasparian-Federico grew up in Belmont, Massachusetts and now resides in Weston, Massachusetts. Her father, Dr. Frank D. Kasparian, was a Tufts educated dentist and his love of the dental profession inspired Dr. Kasparian-Federico to pursue a career in dentistry. Dr. Kasparian-Federico received her Bachelor of Arts in history, cum laude, from Tufts University, and subsequently earned her D.M.D., magna cum laude, from Tufts University School of Dental Medicine. During her graduate study at Tufts, Dr. Kasparian-Federico was elected to Omicron Kappa Upsilon, the national dental honor society. She also received the Maury Massler Award in Restorative Dentistry and merit scholarship awards for scholastic achievement. After practicing as a general dentist for two years, Dr. Kasparian-Federico returned to Tufts to complete her specialty training in orthodontics. She received her Certificate in Orthodontics from Tufts University School of Dental Medicine in 2001 and practiced orthodontics in both Worcester and Sudbury, Massachusetts before coming to Medford in 2006 and founding Mystic Valley Orthodontics, P.C.
Dr. Kasparian-Federico is a Diplomate of the American Board of Orthodontics (ABO). After taking the ABO Clinical Examination to renew her board certification in 2013, Dr. Kasparian-Federico was honored to have the ABO Board of Directors select three of her orthodontic cases for inclusion in the ABO Case Display at the 2014 American Association of Orthodontists Annual Session. Additionally, she is a member of Omicron Kappa Upsilon, the Massachusetts Dental Society, the American Dental Association and the American Association of Orthodontists. Dr. Kasparian-Federico is an active volunteer at the Massachusetts Dental Society and she received the Society’s “Ten Under Ten Award” recognizing outstanding young dentists in 2007 and the “Volunteer Heroes Award” in 2009. She has served as Secretary and Chair of the East Middlesex District of the Massachusetts Dental Society and is now on the Executive Committee. She was also selected to participate in the Massachusetts Dental Society’s Leadership Institute and Guest Board Member Programs. Currently, Dr. Kasparian-Federico is the Chair of the Committee on Access, Prevention and Interprofessional Relations of the Massachusetts Dental Society. Finally, Dr. Kasparian-Federico has been a committed volunteer at Tufts, as she has served as Secretary of the Tufts Association of Orthodontists, Co-Chair of her Class Reunion Committees and is a member of the Dental M Club Executive Committee.
Dr. Kasparian-Federico is married to her husband Richard and is the proud and happy Mom of two young boys, Richard III and Christian. When she is not at work, she loves being surrounded by her family! She also enjoys running, spinning and making awesome chocolate chip cookies.
Mary Catherine (“Katie”) Talmo, D.M.D., D10
Originally from Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts, Dr. Talmo received her Bachelor of Arts in English Literature from Amherst College in 2003. In 2010 she graduated summa cum laude from Tufts University School of Dental Medicine. While at Tufts, she served as a teaching assistant and, upon graduation, was inducted into Omicron Kappa Upsilon (OKU) Dental Honors society. She currently holds the position of Vice President of OKU, Xi Xi Chapter. She has remained very active in the Tufts Dental Alumni Association, serving as a member of the M Club Executive Committee and a reunion committee co-chair in addition to her appointment on the Executive Board. She also teaches part time as a Clinical Instructor in the Department of Comprehensive Care at Tufts. She is a member of the American Dental Association as well as the Massachusetts Dental Society. She is a fellow of the International College of Dentists. Dr. Talmo participates in a number of dental outreach programs, serving as Advisory Committee Chair to the Somerville High School Career and Technical Education’s Dental Assisting Program. As a faculty member, she has also traveled to the Dominican Republic as a part of the Tufts Hispanic Student Dental Association’s Global Service Learning Trip. Dr. Talmo is a resident of Medford, MA and maintains a private practice in Somerville, MA.
Hubert J. Park, D.M.D., D11, DG12, MG14
Dr. Park received his dental degree from Tufts University School of Dental Medicine. Dr. Park started a free dental clinic at Sharewood Clinic in Malden which to date continues to provide dental services to the community. He also volunteered for several mission trips, providing dental care to the underserved populations in Kenya, the Dominican Republic, Bolivia, and Zambia.
After dental school, Dr. Park completed a General Practice Residency at the New York Presbyterian Hospital – Weill Cornell Medical College. He then returned to Tufts University and completed his residency in Pediatric Dentistry where he served as the Chief Resident. Dr. Park also received a Master of Public Health (MPH) degree from Tufts University School of Medicine with a focus on infant and toddler nutritional imbalances and racial disparities in oral health. He currently chairs the Massachusetts Dental Society’s membership committee and is in private practice in Beverly and Malden and also on staff at Massachusetts General Hospital Dental Group. Dr. Park is a member of the American Dental Association, the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, and the Massachusetts Academy of Pediatric Dentistry. In his spare time, he enjoys running, hiking, and playing basketball.
Peiman Mahdavi, D91, DG92, DG94
Dr. Mahdavi, in addition to receiving his D.M.D. and Orthodontics training at Tufts, is a 1992 graduate of the general practice residency program at Tufts Medical Center. He is the Past President of the Massachusetts Association of Orthodontists and a member of the Massachusetts Dental Society, New England Society of Orthodontists and the American Association of Orthodontists. Dr. Mahdavi is a partner at Dental Associates of Walpole and also a partner in the Natick practice “Natick Dental Partners”. He remains involved with Tufts as a longtime Reunion class co-chair and as a member of the Dental M Club Executive Committee. He is the 2017-2018 PastPresident of the Tufts University Dental Alumni Association.
Derek A. Wolkowicz, D97, DG00
Dr. Wolkowicz is the president of Orthodontic Specialists of Southeastern Massachusetts. Offices located in New Bedford and Mattapoisett. Dr. Wolkowicz’s involvement with Tufts includes being a member of the Dental M club executive committee, director on the executive council of the Tufts University Dental Alumni Association. Currently Dr. Wolkowicz is the president of the Tufts Association of Orthodontists.
Dr. Vangel R. Zissi, D62, DG67, A02P
Van was born and raised in Manchester, NH where he received his BA from UNH in 1958. After graduating from UNH he decided to pursue dentistry at TUSDM and graduated in 1962 with his general dentistry degree and his certificate in Endodontics in 1967.
He is a Diplomate of the American Board of Endodontics and continues to practice at Limited to Endodontics in Lexington. He received the Tufts University School of Dental Medicine Annual Alumni Association Achievement Award in 2007, the Distinguished Service Award in 2008, and served as Director of Continuing Education at Tufts from 1991-2013. He received the Provost Award for Outstanding Teaching and Service, May 2013 and awarded Emeritus status.
As a member of the Navy Dental Program while at Tufts, Van was assigned to active duty at the Marine Corps Recruit Depot in San Diego immediately after graduating. He then served a tour of duty in Vietnam. He became Senior Dental Officer, First Battalion, 25th Marine Reserve Unit, 4th Marine Division (1965-1967), completing his obligation in June 1972, with the rank of Lieutenant Commander.
He has been very active in the International College of Dentists since 1971 and in 1990 he received the Spark Plug Award for unselfish and dedicated service to the USA section, and the ICD District One Distinguished Fellow Award in 2008. He served as Deputy Regent from 1986-1991, Vice Regent from 1992-1997, Regent in 1998 to 2002, Vice President in 2003, President elect in 2004, and President USA Section ICD in 2005. He was appointed Deputy Registrar USA Section from 2006-2012, Deputy Secretary General of the College @ large 2007-2012. He served as Councilman for the College at large 2007-2010, Deputy Registrar Emeritus ICD USA section 2012, Chair of Awards committee ICD College at large and received Master Fellowship in the ICD in 2013 and Regent Emeritus District One USA section also in 2013.
As you can see, he has served in a variety of offices and chaired numerous councils and committees of many dental organizations. He has also been extensively involved at Tufts where he is Past President of OKU (1998) and past co-chairman of his class reunions.
Dr. Zissi is a devoted faculty member, volunteer, and generous supporter of the Tufts University School of Dental Medicine. He has held the roles of director and president of the Dental Alumni Association. He is also an Emeritus member of the Tufts University Alumni Association. He is also the team Dentists for the Men’s Varsity Lacrosse team at Tufts University. He and his wife Barbara have 2 sons; Jonathan, A20P, who lives in California and coaches lacrosse, and Christopher, UNH 2005, who lives in Washington D.C.
Oliver Austria, DI19
Oliver E. Austria completed his Doctor of Dental Medicine degree at Centro Escolar University, Manila, Philippines in 2000. He practiced in the Philippines as a general dentist before migrating in the US. Prior to him receiving his dental degree in the US, he practiced general dentistry with limited license at The Dimock Health in Boston, MA. He received his US dental degree at Tufts University School of Dental Medicine (TUSDM), Boston, MA in 2019. Dr. Austria was awarded Excellence in Prosthodontics, The Rudolph Hanau Award, and Clinical excellence in Endodontics at Tufts University School of Dental Medicine (TUSDM) in 2019. He’s the President of the graduating Class of the Dental International Program of 2019 at TUSDM.He practices general dentistry at Premier Dental Group of Wellesley, P.C. in Wellesley, MA. and Future of Dentistry in Dracut, MA.Dr. Austria is a member of American Dental Association, Massachusetts Dental Society, Academy of General Dentistry, American Academy of Clear Aligners and American Academy of Implant Dentistry. Dr. Austria is active in the community. He participated in multiple Outreach Programs, internationally and in the US through Hispanic International Mission and Remote Area Medical, USA (RAMUSA).Outside of the dental practice, Dr. Austria spends most of his time with his family and friends. He enjoys gardening, doing yard work, basketball, and working out in order to keep up with his growing family.
Rustam K. DeVitre, DI77, DG76, D12P
Dr. Rustam DeVitre is a Prosthodontist who has expertise in treating patients with temporo-mandibular joint disease as well as treating patients with difficult restorative needs including surgical immediate and delayed implant placement. His background is centered on esthetics and oral rehabilitation. Dr. DeVitre has conducted research in cementation, (that led to the development of The Boston Post System), dental ceramics, computer aided design in dentistry (where he and his colleagues foster miller engineers)secured NIH grants to develop the first hand held digitizer in the US). This led to the further CAD CAM development as a result of the grant. His work has been published in the Journal of Prosthodontic Dentistry. Presently, Dr. DeVitre is working on the development of new bone technologies: a substance that occurs in nature for use in socket bone regeneration. Dr. DeVitre has also incubated and facilitated over 12 startup companies from 1998 till to date.
Nadia Diab-Shamar, D94
Dr. Diab-Shamari grew up in Natick, and attended Natick High. She received her Bachelor's Degree in biology from Northeastern University, followed by her dental degree from Tufts University School of Dental Medicine. In addition, Dr. Diab holds a Certificate in Pediatric Dentistry from Virginia Commonwealth University; she is a board-certified Pediatric Dentist.
Dr. Diab has volunteered extensively--both locally and internationally--to provide free dental care to children in underserved areas from Native American reservations to orphanages in eastern Europe. Today, Dr. Diab-Shamari has founded numerous multi-specialty practices in MetroWest Boston as seen on BrushFloss.com, while continuing her role as an avid Tufts reunion volunteer and advocate for the school. She has always been an immense adherent of the school, as she later became the student advisor for Delta Sigma Delta fraternity and a member of the M club after graduating. In her spare time, she enjoys baking, bike riding, and all things French from her residence in Weston with her husband and four children.
Joanne Falzone-Cherubini, D80
Dr. Falzone was born and brought up in Quincy, Mass. She attended Forsyth School of Dental Hygiene, and Northeastern University graduating with High Honors with a BS degree in Biology and Chemistry minor. She graduated from Tufts, and went into private practice in Quincy for many years. Dr. Falzone has been teaching in the Prosthodontic and Operative Dentistry Department for 20 years. She Directs Dental Anatomy; she is the Associate Course Director in the Fixed Prosthetics, and Operative Dentistry courses. She is the Course Co-coordinator in the Implant course, too.
Dr. Falzone is a faculty mentor, and sits on many of the standing committees in the school such as The Admissions, and The Student Promotions, Ethics, Wellness, Faculty Advisory committees. She is involved in two terrific research projects. She is a Fellow in the American College, and the International College of Dentists. Dr. Falzone has just been inducted into the Omicron Kappa Upsilon Dental Honor Society. She was also inducted into Archbishop Williams High School Academic Hall of Fame. She has been voted as the outstanding Pre-clinical teacher many, many times. She is very involved in my community, and volunteer in many avenues. She resides in Weymouth with her husband Peter J. Cherubini, and has two very successful and wonderful sons who are investment bankers in New York.
Gigi C. Gargia-Rogers, D94
Dr. Geraldine Garcia-Rogers—“Dr. Gigi”—was born and raised in New York.She received her Bachelor of Science degree from Villanova University and her Doctor of Dental Medicine degree from Tufts University School of Dental Medicine.She then went on to earn her master’s degree and certificate in pediatric dentistry from the University of Michigan –Ann Arbor.She established her practice, Sugarbug Dental Suite, PC in Chelmsford, MA which specializes in pediatric dentistry and orthodontics.
Dr. Gigi is a Diplomate of the American Board of Pediatric Dentistry, Fellow of the International College of Dentistry, and Fellow of the American College of Dentistry.She is an active member of the Massachusetts Dental Society (MDS), having served on the Leadership Task Force, the Council on Dental Practice, and the Executive Committee of the Middlesex District Dental Society.In 2011, she received the William McKenna Volunteer Hero Award and in 2018 she received the Armen Nalband Award for her service to the dental society.Dr. Gigi serves on the board of the MDS Foundation and the board of the Tufts University Dental Alumni Association.She is also a clinical instructor for the pediatric dental department at Tufts School of Dental Medicine. Dr. Gigi is on staff at the Franciscan Hospital for Children, and the Pappas Rehabilitation Hospital for Children.
Dr. Gigi is also a leader in her community, having served as an advisory board member of the family religious education programs at her church, a past member of Rotary International, and a member of the executive committee for Project Stretch, a non-profit dental organization serving those without access to care.
When she is not busy working, Dr. Gigi enjoys jamming with her garage band, 7 of 7 (on keyboards, guitar, and vocals), taking Zumba and boxing classes, hanging out with her family, and playing with her dog.
Richard S. Harold, D80 A00P, A06P
Dr. Richard S. Harold is an Adjunct Professor at Tufts University School of Dental Medicine. Dr. Harold received his DMD degree from Tufts University, his JD from New England School of Law and his BS in pharmacy from Massachusetts College of Pharmacy. Prior to joining the faculty at Tufts University, Dr. Harold owned and operated a general dentistry practice.
A member of the American Dental Association, American Dental Education Association, Massachusetts Dental Society, American College of Legal Medicine and the American Academy of Dental Science, Dr. Harold has a specific interest in dental-legal issues and has lectured locally and nationally. He has published several articles regarding dentistry and the prescription opioid epidemic, management of acute dental pain and ethical and legal guidelines for prescription writing. Dr. Harold’s course on the management of acute dental pain is approved by the Massachusetts Board of Registration in Dentistry and fulfills state pain management licensing requirements.
Dr. Harold serves as a consultant to the American Dental Association Council on Dental Practice and participated in an initiative to develop a comprehensive resource on dental practice risk management. The work productof the initiative serves as the basis for the ADA Guidelines for Practice Success module on Managing Risk and is available online at www. ADA.org/gps.
Paul L. Trombly, D85
Paul L. Trombly, D.M.D., Dr. Paul Trombly is an Associate Professor and is a Practice Coordinator in Group Fairfield. He received his Bachelor’s Degree in psychology from Syracuse University, a Master’s Degree in physiology from Ball State University and his D.M.D. from Tufts University School of Dental Medicine. His post graduate education included a one year GPR at Coler Memorial Hospital in New York City. He received a Certificate from the New York University School of Dentistry in the “Clinical Diagnosis and Management of TMD” and “Advanced Program in Orofacial Pain Management.” He is a Diplomate of the American Academy of Pain Management. He maintains Private Practices in Somerset, Massachusetts and on Block Island, Rhode Island.
Charles B. Millstein, D62, A96P, A10P
2019-2020 Ancy Verdier, A96, D03, DG06
2018-2019 Richard Catrambone, D85, DG89
2017-2018 Peiman Mahdavi, D91, DG92, DG94
2016-2017 Raina A. Trilokekar, DI91, DG88, A18P
2015 – 2016 Derek Wolkowicz, D97, DG00
2014 – 2015 Cherie C. Bishop, D94
2013 – 2014 Joseph P. Giordano, D79, DG80, DG84, D17P
2012 – 2013 John J. Millette, D91, A15P
2011-12 Peter A. Delli Colli, A’69,D’73
2010-11 Mostafa El-Sherif, DI’95
2009-10 Tofigh Raayai, DG’77, DI’82
2008-09 John Ficarelli, D’73, D’10P
2007-08 Nicholas Papapetros, II, D’91
2006-07 Lisa Vouras, D’89
2005-06 Robert B. Amato, D’80, DG’83
2004-05 Naushirwan Mehta, DI’77, DG’73
2003-04 Janis Moriarty, D’94
2002-03 Norman Diamond, D’57
2001-02 Robert Chapman, A’63, D’67, DG’74
2000-01 Lisa M. Giarrusso, D’90
1999-00 James F. Kane, D’74
1998-99 J. Steven Tonelli, D’80
1997-98 Clifton A. Grayer, D’75, DG’79
1996-97 John J. Meade, D’56, A’54
1995-96 Suzanne L. Noel, D’77, DG’79
1994-95 Milton A. Glicksman, D’65
1993-94 Frederick L. Randall, D’64
1992-93 Kathleen M. O’Loughlin, D’81
1991-92 Thomas J. Swift, D’63, A’59
1990-91 Joseph G. Distasio, D’46, DG’58
1989-90 Vangel R. Zissi, D’62, DG’67
1988-89 Paul D. Cammarata, D’79
1987-88 John S. Wolkowicz, D’55
1986-87 Carl J. Perlmutter, D’64
1985-86 Allyn E. Segelman, D’73
1984-85 Melvin H. Gulbrandsen, D’46
1983-84 Arthur R. Falvey, Jr., D’60
1982-83 Barbara C. Kay, D’71
1981-82 Charles E. Rounds, Jr., D’67
1980-81 Donald B. Stackhouse, D’60
1979-80 William C. Less, D’60
1978-79 Edward S. Miller, D’56
1977-78 Max J. Perlitsh, D’56
1976-77 Ralph B. Diamond, D’35
1975-76 Morris H. Gudwin, D’29
1974-75 Carl J. Monacelli, D’47
1973-74 Delbert L. Jackson, Jr., D’52
1972-73 Ralph B. Diamond, D’35
1971-72 Charles L. Branch, D’43A
1970-71 Walter E. Bianchi, D’45
1969-70 Raymond F. Cole, Jr., D’45
1968-69 Charles F. Vallender, Jr., D’36
1967-68 Henry Swaebe, D’29
1966-67 Irving Glickman, D’38
1965-66 L. Charles Christopher, D’35
1964-65 Clinton W. Pickering, D’43B
1963-64 Robert T. Whittaker, D’37
1962-63 Thomas J. Ford, D’43B
1961-62 Leon Lieber, D’29
1960-61 Charles E. Rounds, D’30
1959-60 James F. Colgan
1958-59 William F. Maguire, D’23
1957-58 Robert L. Baxter, D’24
1956-57 William F. Donohoe, D’171955-56
Nathan H. Fink, D’16
1954-55 Francis C. Ortolani, D’37
1953-54 C. Lindale Davies, D’24
1952-53 Alfred V. Cogan, D’13
1951-52 Austin T. Williams, D’22
1950-51 Jacob A. Cushner, D’18
1949-50 L. Walter Brown., Jr., D’24
1948-49 William H. Griffin, D’11
1947-48 William F. Cleary, D’19
1946-47 William H. Canavan, D’08
1945-46 J. Murray Gavel, D’23
1944-45 Hyman Schwartz, D’18
1943-44 Harold H. Hookway, D’21
1942-43 James W. Howard, D’26
1941-42 Norman H. Tracy, D’13
1940-41 Lawrence M. Staples, D’14
1939-40 Charles B. Hopkins
1938-39 Max H. Jacobs, D’18
1937-38 J. Robert Allen, D’18
1936-37 J. William M. Parks, D’16
1935-36 Frederick C. Allen, D’11
1934-35 John B. Bisbee, D’25
1933-34 Francis H. Daley, D’26
1932-33 Louis E. Sager, D’18
1931-32 Walter E. Briggs, D’09
1930-31 William Wadsworth
1929-30 Earle S. Bucknam, D’18
1928-29 George A. Bruns, D’22
1927-28 Harold W. Brown, D’14
1926-27 J. Russell Mackinnon
Alumni Award Recipients
Dr. Henry Swaebe D29
Dr. L. Walter Brown, Jr. D24
Dr. Lawrence H. Clayman D34
Dr. Orrin Greenberg
Dr. Philip Williams D32
Dr. Raymond F. Cole D45
Dr. Everett Shapiro K49
Dr. Abraham Kaner
Dr. Leon Lieber D29
Dr. Ralph B. Diamond D35
Dr. Milton J. Meyers D40
Dr. James B. Gallagher, Jr. D49, K68
Dr. Thomas W. Quinn D49
Dr. Edward S. Miller D56, K58
Dr. Robert B. Shira
Dr. Delbert L. Jackson D52, K55
Dr. Malvin Pollack D39, K42
Dr. J. Murray Gavel D23, H64
Dr. Stanley M. Schwartz D46, K63, A44
Dr. William C. Less D60, in memoria
Dr. A. Albert Yurkstas D49, K56
Dr. Melvin H. Gulbrandsen D46, in memoria
Dr. Lloyd L. Miller D58, A54
Dr. Cyril Gaum
Dr. Donald B. Stackhouse D60
Dr. Albert Charney
Dr. Max J. Perlitsh D56, K65, G65
Dr. O. Walter Donnenfeld D54
Dr. Esther M. Wilkins D49, K66
Dr. Joseph G. DiStasio D46, K58, G59, A43
Dr. Erling Johansen D49
Dr. Harold Berk
Dr. Samuel S. Turesky D41
Dr. S. Walter Askinas
Dr. Harold Gelb D47
Dr. H. Chris Doku D58, K60, G60
Dr. Saul Hirshberg D48, K65
Dr. John W. Hein D44
Dr. Frank A. Coppola D64
Dr. Philip Molloy, D55, K67
Dr. William Sellers, A56, D60
Dr. Charles A. McCallum, D51, H88
Dr. David G. Stahl, D51
Dr. Thomas W. Murnane, A58, D62, K65, G68, J97P
Dr. Charles E. Rounds Jr., D67, J96P
Dr. Harold Kaplan, D63, K66
Dr. Hilde Tillman, D49
Dr. William Brennan, D49
Dr. Paul McKenna, A46, D49
Dr. John Wolkowicz, D55, D91P, D97P, DG95P, DG00P
Dr. Ronald Maitland, A60, D64, J90P
Dr. Richard L. Wing, A53, D56, E85P
Dr. John Meade, A54, D56, A90P, F98P
Dr. Vangel Zissi, D62, DG67, A02P
Dr. Roderick W. Lewin, D57
Dr. David B. Harte, A75, D78, A02P
Dr. Robert Hunter, D63
Dr. Norman Shepherd, D64, DG67
Dr. Ira Cheifetz, D74
Dean Lonnie H. Norris, DG80, M99P, A01P
Arthur F. Falvey Jr., D60, J84P
Dr. Robert Buchanan, D46
Dr. Thomas Winkler, A62, D66, D10P, DG12P
Louis Fiore, D62
Christine Benoit, D77, D01P
Dr. Peter A. Delli Colli, A69, D73
Dr. John P. Ficarelli, D73, DG76, D10P, DG12P
Dr. Allyn E. Segelman, D73, DG77
Jess Kane, D74, DG76, AG78, DG79, D04P, DG06P
Carl J. Perlmutter, D64, DG70
Gerald Carrier, D60
James B. Hanley, DA75, DG79
Justin L. Altshuler, D46
David M. Hern, D61
Abraham W. Haddad, D67, DG71
Charles B. Millstein
Thomas J. Swift, A59, D63
Raymond A. Yukna, A64, D68
Frank A. Coppola, D64, D82P, J95P
Joseph P. Giordano, D79, DG80, DG84, D17P
Marc S. Lemchen, D70, D17P, DG19P
J. Steven Tonelli, D80, A04P, A06P, A10P, D14P
Barbara Clark Kay, D71
Paul Levi Jr., D66, DG71, A95P