Matthew S. Apthorp, former Elmiran and Emmy-award winner, was chosen as a judge for the National Press Photographer Association's Best of Photojournalism contest. Him and wife Jillian also welcomed a daughter, Lily Riane Windham, born April 17, 2010.
U.S. Army Spc. Elisha Baird, a former paratrooper and heavy equipment operator with the 168th Engineering Battalion, received the Conspicuous Service Star and Cross medals at a Memorial Day ceremony in Bath.
Joseph J. Caparulo, was named as the Twin Tier's representative at the national Jefferson Awards event to be held this June in Washington, D.C. Joseph Caparulo, former owner of Cappy's on West Clinton Street in Elmira, NY, was selected from among six Jefferson Award winners to represent the area nationally. The Jefferson Awards for Public Service recognize ordinary people who do extraordinary things without the expectation of recognition or rewards.
Corey W. Dale and Katherine (Steed) Dale welcomed a daughter born on October 11, 2011.
Austin M. Hill, former Red Barons baseball player, joined the 2013 Elmira Pioneers' roster as a relief pitcher.
Stacy L. Johnson, CCC's Director of Athletics, was named the 2012 National Junior College Athletic Association Region 3 Athletic Director of the Year.
Danielle M. Jordan announced her engagement to Matthew Yusko.
Douglas J. Madison was a 2013 graduate of the Leadership Steuben program.
Richard Marks, former Red Barons baseball player, has earned a spot as a go-to pitcher at Cornell University
Robert M. Morse was featured in the Corning Leader's Up on the People Wall
Kyle S. Ohradzanski announced his engagement to Kristin Haight.
Martin A. Poole’s artwork was featured at the West End Gallery in Corning, NY. Poole also exhibits regularly at Rodger LaPelle Galleries in Philadelphia, PA and at The Principle Gallery in Alexandria, VA. He has been featured in Artists Magazine and American Art Collector Magazine.
Joshua J. Pratt was sworn in as a new officer with the Elmira Police Department.
Tremayne T. Price was sword in as the newest student representative on the SUNY Board of Trustees
Daniel P. Ryan was a contestant 'Hell's Kitchen' Season 11.
Christian L. Torp hiked the Appalachian Trail as a fundraiser for the 501(c)3 Kentucky Coalition, Inc.. and their work in ending the destructive and unhealthful practice of Mountaintop Removal Coal Mining.
Zacharie Tremblay was named to the president's list for the spring 2012 semester at the State University of New York College at Cortland.
Carol-Witkowski Turner was granted CCC Emeritus status by the Regional Board of Trustees in November 2011.
William S. Waller completed Rural/Metro's critical care emergency medical transport paramedic program.
Beverly A. (Gossie) Lewis '67 returned to her hometown of Corning to sign copies of her book "Only When the Loon Sings" on Saturday March 3, 2012 at Crystal City Cafe and Bakery.
Carl E. Sgrecci '67, a longtime Ithaca College employee, announced his plans to retire next year as vice president for finance and administration effective August 31, 2013.
Frances J. (McNamara) Tamara '67 and Louis N. Tamara '67 celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary.
Hans P. Appelt '69 was granted CCC Emeritus status by the Regional Board of Trustees in November 2011.
Donald A. Parks '69 was selected as a Professional Member of the Covington Who's Who Executive and Professional Registry.
William J. Stenger '69 was chosen to deliver the 2013 commencement address at Burlington College.
David "Eric" Knuutila '71 was inducted into The Greater Buffalo Sports Hall of Fame for his work tirelessly serving the Niagara County Community College (NCCC) athletics department for 38 years as the architect of one of the most successful wrestling programs in the country.
David L. Clark '72 was inducted into the Steuben County Hall of Fame.
Michael G. D'Aloisio '72 was among 13 people who were inducted into the Section 4 Athletics Hall of Fame for his contribution in coaching.
Edward A. Franklin '72 and Mary F. Franklin welcomed their first grand child, Sophia Florence Golder on March 30, 2012.
Myron J. Crispino '73 was appointed Deputy Mayor by the Corning City Council.
Nancy S. (Smoogen) Williamson '74, CEO of ServU Credit Union, was the featured speaker at the 2013 Administrative Professionals' Week Luncheon held on May 1 at the Radisson Hotel in Corning and sponsored by the Elmira-Corning International Association of Administrative Professionals chapter.
Forest D. Knowles '75 and Nancy V. Agan '83 married on June 22, 2013. Woody was also granted CCC Emeritus status by the Regional Board of Trustees in November 2011.
Cornelius J. Milliken '75 was elected as county legislator serving the Town of Elmira's seventh district.
Col. Eileen M. Collins '76 was inducted into the U.S. Astronaut Hall of Fame.
Denis P. Sweeney '77, of Sweeney Enterprises, recently received certification as a Certified HIPAA Administrator. He plans to offer workshops for local businesses who must comply with the HIPAA Privacy Act.
Karen E. (Carpenter) Martin '78 was elected as president of the Corning Incorporated Foundation. Martin has been on the Foundation staff since 1988, and had served as Associate Director for the past 10 years.
Shelley L. D'Haene '80 was promoted to the position of Executive Vice President/Director of Alternate Delivery Channels at Citizens & Northern Bank.
Wendy G. (Miller) Ahearn '81 joined Natcore Technology Inc. as a Materials Science Technician. She will be based at the company's R&D Center in Eastman Business Park, Rochester, NY.
David C. Ochab '81 was promoted to Vice-President of Motion Control and Drive Train Engineering at The Hilliard Corp. Ochab has been instrumental in developing the drive train product line and has obtained numerous patents for his work at Hilliard.
Michael J. Prechtl '82 was promoted to CCC Assistant Professor and was granted tenure.
John S. Tonello '85, former mayor of Elmira, was named Vice-President of Advancement, Communications and Content Delivery for WCNY-TV/FM in Syracuse.
Debra J. (Stowell) MacDonald '86 was named the new Director of Catholic Charities of Schuyler County.
Ryan R. Shafer '86 advanced to the television finals of the U.S. Open.
Barbara L. Squires '86 was a recipient of The SUNY Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Teaching at the 54th CCC Commencement.
Jason G. Caporiccio '87 was promoted to Leader, Sales On Boarding- First Year Team at Dun & Bradstreet where is has worked for over 10 years moving up in various roles.
Gerald S. Segur '87 was honored as the 2011 New York State Police Officer of the Year. Segur retired in May 2011 from Troop E after a 24-year career with the New York State Police.
Michael V. Cantando '88 was named Vice President of Manufacturing at The Hilliard Corp.
Deborah S. (Sandore) Dunbar '88 was awarded the Chemung County Council of Women's "Woman of Achievement Award" for 2013, recognizing her as making a significant contribution to the achievement of women and her community. She was also honored with the CCC Regional Board of Trustee's Award for Excellence in Teaching during the 54th Commencement.