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Notable graduates[edit]

Needs cleanup before being returned to article. Also needs to be trimmed to notable alumni. RJFJR (talk) 21:41, 3 January 2013 (UTC) {{alumni|date=October 2011}} A non-exhaustive list of notable Gaels:

  • Orlando Perez '09 - Restaurateur, CEO and Co-Founder of Cafe Olin Fine Dining Branch
  • Alfredo Alonso '78 - Senior Vice President Clear Channel Radio [Clearchannel.com]
  • Ralph J. Acampora ‘59 – Author, The Fourth Mega-Market, Now Through 2011[1]; Former President, Market Technicians Association; Technical Analyst, Knight Equity Markets [2], Teaches at New York Institute of Finance [3]
  • Olden Polynice: ’83 – Retired professional basketball player
  • Edward F. Arrigoni ’52 – Former President and Owner, New York Bus Service
  • John E. Benevento ‘63 – 1st Senior Vice President, Washington Mutual
  • Patrick A. Burns, Esq. '64 - Executive Vice President & General Counsel for Mutual of America [4]
  • William A. Courson ’68 – Human rights activist and community organizer
  • Robert J. Cremins '65 - Head men's basketball coach, College of Charleston; Former head men's basketball coach, Georgia Tech
  • John J. Curran ’48 – Head basketball coach, Archbishop Molloy
  • John P. Curran, Ph.D. ’61 – President, Curran Capital Management
  • Martin B. Daley '70 - Vice President, CBS News
  • Frank G. DiGioia ’74 – President, Fort Productions [5]
  • Kevin P. Duignan '69 - Vice President for Institutional Advancement, St. Thomas Aquinas College [6]
  • Philip J. Eagan ’66 – Chief Operating Officer, Viking Global Investors [7]
  • Edward J. Grenier, Esq. '50 - Partner, Sutherland Asbill & Brennan [8]; lead counsel for the winning applicant in the Alaska Natural Gas Pipeline proceedings before FERC
  • William E. Flaherty '51 - Former Chairman & Chief Executive Officer, Horsehead Industries [9], a descendant of New Jersey Zinc Company
  • Major General Larry Flynn '48
  • David A. Haid '53 - Retired Director of Research and Development, Praxair
  • Michael J. Indiveri '70 - Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, City & Suburban Federal Savings Bank [10]
  • Eamon M. Kelly '54 - Former President, Tulane University; Former Chairman, National Science Foundation
  • John F.X. Mannion ’50 – Chairman of the Board, Unity Mutual Life Insurance
  • Stephen M. McGrath '53 - Retired Managing, Openheimer & Company [11]
  • John J. McNally, Esq. ’45 - Retired Partner, White & Case
  • Walter T. O’Hara ’52 – Managing Director, Allen & Company
  • Thomas Reed, Ph.D. '75 - Former professor, former NYC HRA Deputy Commissioner, founder Morningside Stud [12]
  • William D. Rockford ‘63 – President, Chief Financial Officer and Chief Operating Officer, Primary Energy Ventures; formerly Managing Director, Chase Securities [13]
  • Ronald L. Schutte ’74 – President, Brooklyn Cheesecake Company [14]
  • Daniel C. Shedrick ‘60 – Sports Marketing and Real Estate Mogul [15]
  • Lawrence A. Sullivan '41 - Earl Warren Professor of Public Law, Emeritus, University of California, Berkeley; Professor of Law, Southwestern University School of Law; Antitrust Lawyer of the Year, 1992, State of California; author, The Law of Antitrust [16]
  • Jackson P. Tai ’68 – Chief Executive Officer and Vice Chairman, DBS Bank and DBS Group Holdings [17]
  • William O. Wheatley, Jr. ‘62 – Retired Vice President, NBC News
  • Brian P. Wade ’70 – Global head of private placements, Lehman Brothers [18]

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