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2005 Alumni Association Awards Luncheon
June 2, 2005

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Peter Semenza �84, president of the Hudson Valley Community College Alumni Association, was the master of ceremonies for the luncheon.
Peter Semenza ’84, president of the Hudson Valley Community College Alumni Association, was the master of ceremonies for the luncheon.
From left to right, William Harbour �60, accepts the Corporate Excellence Award on behalf of his firm, Clough, Harbour and Associates; Mrs. Anne S. Morgan, the recipient of the 1953 Award for Distinguished Service to Hudson Valley Community College by a non-alumnus; James P. Sano, recipient of the Humanitarian Service Award; James Barbieri �75, recipient of the Otto V. Guenther Career Achievement Award; and William F. Fagan, recipient of the 1953 Award for Distinguished Service to Hudson Valley Community College by an alumnus.
From left to right, William Harbour ’60, accepts the Corporate Excellence Award on behalf of his firm, Clough, Harbour and Associates; Mrs. Anne S. Morgan, the recipient of the 1953 Award for Distinguished Service to Hudson Valley Community College by a non-alumnus; James P. Sano, recipient of the Humanitarian Service Award; James Barbieri ’75, recipient of the Otto V. Guenther Career Achievement Award; and William F. Fagan, recipient of the 1953 Award for Distinguished Service to Hudson Valley Community College by an alumnus.
From left to right, Rensselaer County Executive Kathy Jimino, Rensselaer County Legislator Martin Reid, William Harbour �60 a partner with Clough, Harbour and Associates, Mrs. Anne Morgan, James P. Sano �76, James Barbieri �75, and William F. Fagan �73
From left to right, Rensselaer County Executive Kathy Jimino, Rensselaer County Legislator Martin Reid, William Harbour ’60 a partner with Clough, Harbour and Associates, Mrs. Anne Morgan, James P. Sano ’76, James Barbieri ’75, and William F. Fagan ’73
James Barbieri �75 recipient of the Otto V. Guenther Career Achievement Award poses with his nominator, Richard Fennelly, a faculty member at Hudson Valley Community College.
James Barbieri ’75 recipient of the Otto V. Guenther Career Achievement Award poses with his nominator, Richard Fennelly, a faculty member at Hudson Valley Community College.
Family and friends of James Barbieri �75, recipient of the Otto V. Guenther Career Achievement Award. From left to right, Don Montayne, Bob Stickle, Joanne Scribner, Barbieri, Diane Barbieri, Patty Gatta �76, Carol Cichy, and Richard Fennelly.
Family and friends of James Barbieri ’75, recipient of the Otto V. Guenther Career Achievement Award. From left to right, Don Montayne, Bob Stickle, Joanne Scribner, Barbieri, Diane Barbieri, Patty Gatta ’76, Carol Cichy, and Richard Fennelly.
President Matonak makes final preparations for the event with Aimee LaLiberte, director of alumni affairs and annual giving.
President Matonak makes final preparations for the event with Aimee LaLiberte, director of alumni affairs and annual giving.
James Barbieri, recipient of the Otto V. Guenther Career Achievement Award, is joined by, from left to right, Peter Semenza �84, Richard Fennelly and Dr. Andrew J. Matonak, president of Hudson Valley Community College.
James Barbieri, recipient of the Otto V. Guenther Career Achievement Award, is joined by, from left to right, Peter Semenza ’84, Richard Fennelly and Dr. Andrew J. Matonak, president of Hudson Valley Community College.
Sarah M. Boggess, the college's vice president for institutional advancement and president of Hudson Valley Community College Foundation, talks about why she nominated William Fagan �73 for the 1953 Award for Distinguished Service to Hudson Valley Community College by an alumnus.
Sarah M. Boggess, the college's vice president for institutional advancement and president of Hudson Valley Community College Foundation, talks about why she nominated William Fagan ’73 for the 1953 Award for Distinguished Service to Hudson Valley Community College by an alumnus.
Members of Clough, Harbour and Associates pose with Peter Semenza �84, president of the Hudson Valley Community College Alumni Association and President Matonak.
Members of Clough, Harbour and Associates pose with Peter Semenza ’84, president of the Hudson Valley Community College Alumni Association and President Matonak.
President Matonak offers welcome remarks.
President Matonak offers welcome remarks.
William F. Fagan, recipient of the 1953 Award for Distinguished Service to Hudson Valley Community College by an alumnus, is joined by, from left to right, Peter Semenza �84, William F. Fagan �73, Sarah M. Boggess, and President Matonak.
William F. Fagan, recipient of the 1953 Award for Distinguished Service to Hudson Valley Community College by an alumnus, is joined by, from left to right, Peter Semenza ’84, William F. Fagan ’73, Sarah M. Boggess, and President Matonak.
Mrs. Anne Morgan, recipient of the 1953 Award for Distinguished Service to Hudson Valley Community College by a non-alumnus, is joined by, from left to right, William Muller, faculty member and Hudson Valley Community College Foundation Board member, Peter Semenza �84, and President Matonak.
Mrs. Anne Morgan, recipient of the 1953 Award for Distinguished Service to Hudson Valley Community College by a non-alumnus, is joined by, from left to right, William Muller, faculty member and Hudson Valley Community College Foundation Board member, Peter Semenza ’84, and President Matonak.
Hudson Valley Community College faculty member Richard Fennelly talks about why he nominated James Barbieri �75 for the 2005 Otto V. Guenther Career Achievement Award.
Hudson Valley Community College faculty member Richard Fennelly talks about why he nominated James Barbieri ’75 for the 2005 Otto V. Guenther Career Achievement Award.
. James P. Sano �76 poses with his brother, John Sano; his mother, Mrs. Josephine Sano; and his brother, Joseph Sano after receiving the 2005 Humanitarian Service Award.
James P. Sano ’76 poses with his brother, John Sano; his mother, Mrs. Josephine Sano; and his brother, Joseph Sano after receiving the 2005 Humanitarian Service Award.
Family members pose with James P. Sano, recipient of the Humanitarian Service Award. From left to right, Kate Sano, John Sano, Mrs. Josephine Sano, James P. Sano �76, Nancy Sano, Michele Sano and Joseph Sano
Family members pose with James P. Sano, recipient of the Humanitarian Service Award. From left to right, Kate Sano, John Sano, Mrs. Josephine Sano, James P. Sano ’76, Nancy Sano, Michele Sano and Joseph Sano
James P. Sano, recipient of the Humanitarian Service Award, poses with, from left to right, Peter Semenza �84, Joseph Sano, James P. Sano �76, and President Matonak.
James P. Sano, recipient of the Humanitarian Service Award, poses with, from left to right, Peter Semenza ’84, Joseph Sano, James P. Sano ’76, and President Matonak.