List of Canisius College people


List of Canisius College people

Canisius Golden Griffins are persons affiliated with Canisius College, including alumni, as well as current and former faculty members, students, and others. Here follows a list of notable Canisius Golden Griffins.

Business

* Michael P. Healy, ’70 – Vice President of Original Movies, Disney Channel
* Gene F. Jankowski ’55 – Former Chairman, CBS Broadcast Group: Chairman and CEO, Jankowski Communications
* Gregory R. Maday ’70 – Senior Vice President, Warner Bros.
* Mary E. Belle ’73 – President of Licensing, Jones Apparel Group
* Calvin Darden ’72 – Senior Vice President, United Parcel Service; named 8th most powerful Black Executive in the U.S. by Fortune Magazine
* Rocco J. Maggiotto ’72, MBA ’76 – Senior Executive Advisor, Booz Allen Hamilton
* Sir George Mathewson ’72 – Chairman of the Board, Royal Bank of Scotland
* John W. Rowe, M.D. ’66 – Chief Executive Officer and Chairman, Aetna, Inc.; member of the Academy of Science
* Daniel W. Stanton ’79 – Advisory Director, Goldman Sachs
* Dennis F. Strigl ’74 – President and Chief Executive Officer, Verizon Wireless
* Lt. General Peter M. Cuviello ’69 – Vice President and Managing Director, Lockheed Martin
* David J. Nasca '79 - President and Chief Executive Officer, Evans National Bank

Education

* Paul G. Bulger - President Buffalo State College

Journalism

* Marylynn Ryan ’84 – Regional Bureau Chief/Southeast
* Elaine Sciolino ’70 – Author: Bureau Chief, Paris, The New York Times
* Cynthia L. Skrzycki ’76 – Financial Columnist, The Washington Post
* Adam Zyglis, ’04 - editorial cartoonist for the "Buffalo News"

Medicine

* Thomas J. Lawley, M.D. ’68 – Dean, School of Medicine, Emory University
* Mark J. Lema, M.D., Ph.D. ’71 – Chairman, Critical Care Medicine & Pain Medicine, Roswell Park Cancer Institute
* Robert J. Lull, M.D. (deceased) ’62 – Chief of Nuclear Medicine, San Francisco General Hospital
* George E. Schreiner ’43 – Distinguished Professor of Medicine, Georgetown University School of Medicine
* Thomas J. Dougherty, Ph.D. ’55 – Chief of Radiation/Biology Dept., Roswell Park Cancer Institute

Politics, Government, and Law

* Hon. Charles S. Desmond (deceased) ’17 – Retired Chief Judge, New York Court of Appeals
* Hon. Dennis Thomas Flynn, Delegate to Congress from the Oklahoma territory
* Hon. Matthew J. Jasen ’37 – Retired Judge, NYS Court of Appeals; Jasen and Jasen, PC
* Hon. Salvatore R. Martoche, JSC ’62 – New York State Supreme Court Justice: Former Assistant Secretary of the Treasury
* Hon. John J. LaFalce' ’61 – Former Congressman (NY); Peter Canisius Distinguished University Professor, Canisius College
* Hon. Anthony M. Masiello ’69 – Former Mayor of Buffalo, New York
* James T. Molloy ’58 – Former Doorkeeper, U.S. House of Representatives
* Hon. Henry J. Nowak ’57 – Former Congressman (NY), U.S. House of Representatives
* Hon. L. William Paxon ’77 – Former Congressman (NY); Senior Advisor, Akin, Gump, Hauer, Strauss & Feld
* Robert A. Klump '79 - Pro Se Attorney, US District Court for the Western District of New York; Associate Director, Frank G. Raichle Pre-Law Center, Canisius College; Adjunct Professor of Political Science, Canisius College
* Denise O'Donnell, former United States Attorney, candidate for New York State Attorney General and New York State Director of Criminal Justice Services
* Michael Scheuer '74, Ph.D. - Previous Chief of the Bin Laden Issue Station (aka "Alec Station"), Special Advisor to the Chief of the bin Laden unit from September 2001 to November 2004, and author of .
* Robin Schimminger '69 - State Assemblyman
* Dale Volker '63 - State Senator

Religion and Theology

* Rev. Leonard G. Hacker, S.J. ’35 – Jesuit Missionary, Marshall Islands

ports

* Michael Buczkowski, Current General Manager / Vice President of the Buffalo Bisons
* Tommy Colella, Football player
* Leroy Chollet, Basketball player
* Corey Herring '08 - Basketball player
* Robert A. MacKinnon ’50 – Former General Manager, Assistant Coach, New Jersey Nets
* Johnny McCarthy, NBA player and coach, also coached Golden Griffins Men's Basketball.
* Michael Meeks, Basketball player
* Beth Phoenix -WWE Professional Wrestler
* Dick Poillon - Early National Football League player
* Michael F. Smrek ’85 – Former Professional basketball player, NBA Los Angeles Lakers


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