Robert Kennedy

’64 Robert F. Kennedy drew a large and enthusiastic crowd during his visit to campus in the fall of 1964, speaking from the terrace of Norton Union (now Squire Hall). Kennedy was campaigning for the U.S. Senate against incumbent Kenneth Keating, who also visited campus that fall. Kennedy went on to win the election and was New York’s junior senator at the time of his death in 1968. (Photo Courtesy of University Archives)

*Roy Ward, AAS 1960, was named a member of the American College of Forensic Examiners Institute, an organization that brings together profes-sionals from a variety of disciplines to provide a credible forum for ethical and professional standards in forensics. Ward resides in Buffalo, NY.

John Oehler, MA 1966, received the Gustav Stickley Award from the Stickley Museum at Craftsman Farms in Parsippany, NJ. He received this award for his many hours of service in the areas of membership and grant writing. Oehler is retired from Lucent Technologies as division manager of services and lives in Randolph, NJ.

John Hunter, EdD 1968, MA 1964 & BA 1959, former president of Alfred State College and West Virginia Northern College, has had a courtyard commemorated in his honor in downtown Wheeling, WV. He resides in Hornell, NY.

*Stephen B. Paige, BA 1969, is senior vice president and general counsel at Gentiva Health Services Inc. He is responsible for Gentiva’s legal affairs, providing advice to the company’s senior management team, business associates and board of directors. Paige lives in Lloyd Harbor, NY.

John A. Sezna, MS 1969 & BS 1966, received a distinguished service award from ASTM International Committee D11 for his years of dedicated and distinguished service. Sezna is president of Rubber Testing Consultants in Akron, OH, where he resides.

* An asterisk denotes a member of the UB Alumni Association.

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