A longtime professor of mechanical engineering, Walker passed away on January 17.
Sister Patricia McGowan, S.C., was a key member of the faculty to many communication students at Manhattan during the cooperative program with CMSV.
LaBlanc was a member of the board of trustees from 1982 to 1994 and from 1995 to 2010.
Brother Malcolm served the College for 21 years in the advancement office and on the faculty.
The former chairman of Mutual of America, Moran was a giant in business, philanthropy and Irish-American relations.
A member of the class of 1953, Remigino died at the age of 87.
The longtime president of Manhattan College passed away at age 72.
Knapp was a trustee for 15 years and received an honorary degree in 2004.
Longtime professor in School of Education and Health passed away at age 74.
Brown was a longtime physics professor and former dean of the School of Science.
English was actively involved in the College’s alumni community.
Cashman served at Manhattan College until 1995.
Br. James Leahy, FSC, and Br. John Loehr, FSC, were cherished members of the community.
Father Hill served the College community with joy for nine years.
A beloved figure on campus, Johnson served as a Manhattan College athletic trainer for 56 years.
The former director of Manhattan Prep and former dean of the School of Education passed away on January 26.
Longtime mathematics professor and co-founder of the College’s bagpipe band passes away at age 85.
College mourns the death of Brother William Batt, FSC, Ph.D.
Brother Francis Bowers, FSC, Ph.D., passed away on Dec. 6.