Class of 2014

Anthony Petosa, Class of 1981

Basketball is what Tony Petosa is known for best, but to say that it defines him is wrong. His passion for the game, his sportsmanship, his ability to connect with his players and the quiet dignity and dedication he exudes all have combined to make him a revered and respected coach, friend and mentor. He […]

John Oehm, Class of 1976

Retired FDNY Battalion Commander Jack Oehm is currently excelling in his second career. Only this one is mostly a labor of love. Jack currently devotes almost all his efforts to the Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Foundation, where he serves as Managing Director of Residential Reconstruction for Hurricane Sandy Relief. In that role Jack and […]

Charles Margiotta, Class of 1975

In the weeks and months following 9-11, it became apparent that those who lost their lives that day included many whom we now recognize as quiet heroes. Lt. Charles (Chuck) Margiotta was one of those; certainly not quiet but someone who left a huge void in our lives. Chuck was a lot of things, Jay […]

Charles Guddemi, Class of 1984

Major Charles Guddemi is currently the Commander, ICON Protection Branch of the Central District, United States Park Police. That’s a pretty impressive title, and as you might imagine, goes hand-in-hand with a huge amount of responsibility in and around the Washington D.C. area. For those who know Charlie, however, it’s nothing he can’t handle. In […]

Charles Brown, Class of 1978

Currently the chief general counsel of Fitch Ratings, Charlie was born in Hawaii, where his father was a sergeant in the U.S. Army. But his parents moved to Staten Island shortly after and Charlie was raised in Concord. He graduated from St. Sylvester’s before entering Farrell in the fall of 1974. While at Farrell Charlie […]