July 2016

thomas dellane

Thomas Dellane ’92 is the new police chief in Stafford Township. After 29 years of law enforcement service with the Stafford Township Police Department Dellane follows recently retired Chief Joseph Giberson. Dellane was promoted to captain in July 2013, and has served as the department’s spokesman for many years. Dellane graduated from Stockton in 1992 with a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice and also received a law degree from Rutgers University School of Law in Camden.

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william bradshaw

William Bradshaw ’04 was sworn in as a detective sergeant with the Sea Isle City Police Department (SICPD) during a ceremony at City Hall on Thursday, May 5. After graduating from Stockton in 2004 with a degree in Criminal Justice, he became a full-time member of the SICPD.  Bradshaw will be honored by Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) for making the most DWI stops in Sea Isle City in 2015.

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Nat Geo at Stockton Field Station

Stephen Nagiewicz ’74 of Brick Township, an author, two-time Stockton graduate and adjunct instructor, conducted scientific demonstrations to explain how sonar and methane gas seeps could affect sharks for a team of filmmakers who visited the field station. These demonstrations appeared on the third episode of Nat Geo WILD’s “When Sharks Attack” on Friday, June 24, 2016 at 10 p.m. ET. Stockton’s Marine Field Station is located on an eight-acre waterfront site in the Jacques Cousteau National Estuarine Research Reserve and provides the facilities, research vessels, sampling equipment and staff to provide Stockton students with hands-on learning experiences in a marine environment.

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david nadas
David Nadas ’80
is the author of two novellas; November Seed & From Europa With Love. He was initially a marine biologist, following his marine sciences degree from Stockton. Nadas received postgraduate training for cumputer sciences where he had a successful career in Information Technologies in NYC. Currently, Nadas is writing a sci-fi novel to add to his growing list of published work.

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Donald Campbell ’13
received a degree in political science from Stockton University which is where he discovered his future in studying law. Following his dream, Campbell enrolled in Delaware Law School where he is on his way to becoming a lawyer. Campbell was born prematurely with mild cerebral palsy. Everyday activities such as walking and fine motor skills are difficult for Campbell, but that does hinder his passion. Campbell overcame these challenges with “Dragon” a computer system used for dictation and Amy Loeffler, an administrative assistant in the Office of Student Affairs, who dictated Campbell’s thoughts when “Dragon” fell short. Once he passes the New Jersey bar exam, Campbell will follow his dream of a career in special education and disability law.

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sarah krom

Sarah Krom ’04 was recognized as one of the NJCPA 2016 Women of Note. She received a bachelor’s of science in Accounting from Stockton University.

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jean abbott

Jean Abbott ’78 was recognized as one of the NJCPA 2016 Women of Note. Abbott received a bachelor’s degree in Business Studies with an Accounting Concentration. She went on to get her MBA from Monmouth University and Doctorate of Education from Wilmington University. Currently, Abbott is the Assistant Professor of Accounting at Stockton as well as a certified public accountant.

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diane gitto

Diane Gitto ’90 was recognized as one of the NJCPA 2016 Women of Note. She received a bachelor’s degree from Stockton University in Business with a concentration in Accounting.

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diane fox

Diane Fox ’86 Middle Township Public Schools business administrator Diane Fox will serve as the Second Vice President for the New Jersey Association of School Business Officials for the 2016-2017 school year.

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sarah albertson baby

Sarah Albertson ’13 and her husband William welcomed the newest addition to the Alberston family and the Stockton community. Lorelai Mary Albertson was born on June 7, 2016 at 8:58am at 8 lbs 3 oz and 20 inches long! Congratulations!

Liliya Sakhan

Finishing the King Arthur unit with the 3rd graders

Liliya Sakhan ’12 graduated from Stockton with a B.A. in literature and continued on to finished a master’s in religion at Fuller Seminary Los Angeles. She is now in her third quarter of the master’s in clinical psychology program at Antioch University Los Angeles. Initially desiring to be a licensed therapist and teach literature or history during any interim,her adoration for literature directed her to a teaching position at a reading clinic in Los Angeles that caters to the local Korean-American population, where she works while she finishes her second master’s. There, she teaches advanced literary courses to small groups of students, grades 2-9, in order to improve their reading comprehension, vocabulary, writing and interpretive skills. In her academic pursuits, she hasn’t forgotten where she first fell in love with literature, history and the human psyche. Liliya is often crediting the Stockton literary faculty for inspiring some of her ideas for her teaching content. She has conveyed my love for holocaust literature, slave narratives, Mark Twain, and Shakespeare in the advanced junior high curriculum, for which Stockton literary faculty is very much responsible.