Robert V. Cancro, RC'73, GSE'78
Bob has been his Class Agent since his graduation. He has also served as Class Correspondent for the past six years. A key member of his class reunion planning committee, Bob also served for five years as a co-chair of the Scarlet R Phonathon. He is a member of the Executive Board of the Graduate School of Education Alumni Association. A career educator, Bob supervises student teachers for Rutgers, and for a number of years has presented University Career Services seminars for GSE students concentrating on resume writing and mock interviews.
Carlton F. Cassaday, RC'66
Fred has been a tireless organizer and fund raiser for the 40th, 45th, and the upcoming 50th Reunion of the Class of '66. Fred has helped to exceed the goals set for the Class gift dedicated to its scholarship endowment, as well as the overall fundraising goals of the Class. He accomplished this by convincing a record number of his classmates to return to "The Banks" for Reunion. Fred continues to represent his Class on the Alumni Council, at bi-monthly planning meetings for the 2016 Reunion and as part of planning for the Rutgers 250th Anniversary Celebration.
Susan Darien, DC'64, SSW'66
Susan has been a dedicated volunteer for Douglass College for over fifty years. She served six years as the Rutgers Alumni Federation representative to the University Senate and was a member of its Executive Committee for two years. In addition, Susan is a past president of the School of Social Work Alumni Association. She is currently president of her class and served as co-chair of her 50th Vanguard Reunion Planning Committee. Susan has served on several Associate Alumnae of Douglass College committees and has chaired two of them. In 2014, she was the recipient of the AADC Alumnae Recognition Award. Together with her husband Steve, Susan has also been a generous supporter of the Douglas Annual Fund and the Campaign for Douglass. Ms. Darien and her husband Steven founded and funded the Darien Learning Community for Citizenship and Civic Engagement at the Eagleton Institute of Politics.
Kendall Hall, RC'88
Kendall is a founding member of the Rutgers African-American Alumni Alliance (RAAA) who has served that organization as its President, Vice President and Treasurer. The RAAA was founded in 1989 and re-launched in 2001. She has led its efforts to support Rutgers fundraising for charities and social causes; among them, Rutgers Against Hunger, the Susan B. Komen Cancer Walk, and the Eric LeGrand Walk to Believe. Kendall personally traveled to South Africa and Haiti as part of the Global Literacy Project. As the chair of the RAAA Inc. Hall of Fame Induction Program and Dinner, she has managed every aspect of the event, causing it to instill a profound appreciation of the role Rutgers University has played in the success of the inductees and inspiring them toward greater involvement with the University.
Stanley Liptzin, RC'59, GSE'63 &'75
Stan has been the Reunion Chair of the Class of '59 for thirty-one years. Class President since 2013, he has significantly enhanced the fund raising success of the Class and has represented it at the dedication services for Alexander Library, the Zimmerli Museum, Writers' House, Mortensen Hall, and the Jacques Cousteau Labs. As class Vice-President for fourteen years, he helped establish an endowed scholarship in time for the 2009 induction of the class into the Old Guard. Stan has been a member of the Graduate School of Education Alumni Association since 1963 and the Varsity Football Letter Winners Association since 1959.
Matthew M. Lunemann, ENG'06, GSNB'09
Matt is a life member of the RAA, is the immediate Past President of the Rutgers Engineering Society (RES) and its representative to the RAA. He has been an enthusiastic member of the RAA since graduation, and has provided an important link between the two constituencies. His numerous and sustained efforts to revitalize, modernize, and market the RES have produced significant results and collateral benefits to the RAA by enhancing the alumni experience for older alumni and engaging recent graduates. Matt is a special advisor to the NJ Future City Program, having coordinated its procurement of judges and established the competition as an annual event. He is also the founder of the Rutgers Chapter of Scientists & Engineers for America.
Debra A. Holston O'Neal, LC'87
Debra is the Livingston Alumni Association Vice-President for Outreach. Debra currently lives in Delaware and serves on the Rutgers University Alumni Association (RUAA) Board, where she chairs the RUAA Regional Clubs Committee. She is a past president of the National Association of Social Workers, Delaware Chapter. Debra was actively involved with reunion and campaign planning for her 25th reunion in 2012, where she serves as her class vice president and has been a hands-on volunteer leader for the Livingston Alumni Association (LAA), the RAA and the RUAA despite the distance she must travel to return to campus. She is currently working with other LAA volunteers to capture the history of Livingston College.
Mark Gregory Robson, CC '77, GSNB'79 & '88, SPH'95
Mark is a current Rutgers Dean and Professor who is "homegrown," holding four Rutgers degrees. He is a member of the Cook Community Alumni Association and chairs the Dennis Fenton Award selection committee. Mark is an active member of the Helyar House Alumni Association and is a member of the Helyar House Advisory Board, where he oversees the internship program. He has won the G H Cook Distinguished Alumni Award, the Graduate School of New Brunswick Distinguished Alumni Award, the School of Public Health Distinguished Alumni Award, the Teaching Excellence Award from the School of Environmental and Biological Sciences, and was awarded the Pfizer Teaching Excellence Award. A tremendous advocate for his students, Mark utilizes his talents to extend RU's reach throughout the country and the world.