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Today is Peace Officers Memorial Day, a day to pay tribute to the local, state and federal peace officers who have died, or who have been disabled, in the line of duty.
Gary Jaffe, ’06, is the new president and Mike Teeple, ’01, is the new vice president of the Charleston Defense Contractors Association.

https://crbjbizwire.com/cdca-announces-new-president-key-leadership-changes-following-annual-election/
On May 12, 2001, Pat Conroy, '67, gave the Commencement address to the Class of 2001.

Watch it here: c-span.org/video/?164224-1/citadel-commencement
Read it here: patconroy.com/the-citadel-commencement-speech-i-wear-the-ring/
The first African-American females to graduate from The Citadel did that 20 years ago today on May 11, 2002.

From the Class of 2002, they are Adrienne “AJ” (Watson) Crosby; Toshika “Peaches” Hudson-Cannon; Dr. Renee E. Hypolite; Natosha Mitchell Johnson; Jamey McCloud; Geneive (Hardney) Marshall; and Lesjanusar “Sha” Peterson.

https://today.citadel.edu/citadel-honors-first-african-american-female-graduates/
An article on his experience at The Citadel by MG Skip Garrett, USA, Ret., '69, was included in the American Battlefield Trust's Hallowed Ground magazine.

https://www.battlefields.org/learn/articles/citadel-charleston-sc?ms=liorg
Joseph Pye, CGC ’76, Dorchester District 2 superintendent, was featured in a Post and Courier article on his plans to retire at the end of this school year.

https://www.postandcourier.com/news/dorchester-district-2s-longtime-superintendent-reflects-on-50-years-in-education/article_09344c0e-c57d-11ec-820b-1306d62d44c6.html
Congratulations to all of today's graduates and especially to our more than 320 New Student Life Members!

Be sure to keep us updated in the CAA phone app or at citadelalumni.org.

Thank you for joining The Citadel Alumni Association!
Kevin McNally, the father of the late Brian McNally, '10, begins his bike ride across America in memory of his son on Sunday in Manhattan Beach, Calif.
This is last call for the Class of 2022 current student CAA Life Membership rate of $400.00. After tomorrow the cost will increase so please purchase today! Membership must be paid in full to receive this reduced rate. Visit citadelalumni.org/join and choose the Student Life Membership option. Thank you to everyone who has already signed up!
Silas Session, '97, was featured in an Elizabethtown, Ky., News-Enterprise article on his service in the military and his church.

https://www.thenewsenterprise.com/features/mondays_man/faith-military-education-form-silas-sessions-life/article_1445c283-cf2b-54ca-9111-047cfb86d27e.html
On May 4, 2019, the first class of nursing students graduated from The Citadel.

https://today.citadel.edu/first-nurses-graduating-from-the-citadel/

The Association is organized and shall operate a supporting organization exclusively for the benefit of, to perform the functions of, and to carry out the purposes of The Citadel, the Military College of South Carolina ("The Citadel").

Operating as usual

05/26/2022

JP Sears, '18, Earns Win in First MLB Start with the NY Yankees!

https://www.si.com/mlb/yankees/news/new-york-yankees-prospect-jp-sears-earns-win-first-mlb-start-baltimore-orioles

JP Sears Likely to Start for Yankees Wednesday 05/25/2022

JP Sears Likely to Start for Yankees Wednesday

JP Sears, '18, likely to start for Yankees today.

JP Sears Likely to Start for Yankees Wednesday Sears, New York's No. 23 prospect, would be making his first MLB start

05/24/2022

Robert Brown, '92, named executive assistant director of the science and technology branch of the FBI.

https://www.fbi.gov/news/press-releases/press-releases/robert-brown-named-executive-assistant-director--of-the-science-and-technology-branch

05/23/2022

John Sterling, '83, was featured in an Upstate Business Journal article on being a better business person through world travel.

https://upstatebusinessjournal.com/business-news/noob-school-with-john-sterling-want-to-be-a-better-sales-person-take-a-trip-around-the-world/

05/20/2022

Tony Berenyi, ’82, was featured in a Charleston Regional Business Journal article, New Generation of Leadership Brings Fresh Ideas and Innovative Solutions to Design-Build Industry.

https://crbjbizwire.com/new-generation-of-leadership-brings-fresh-ideas-and-innovative-solutions-to-design-build-industry/

05/20/2022

Tony Berenyi, ’82, was featured in a Charleston Regional Business Journal article, New Generation of Leadership Brings Fresh Ideas and Innovative Solutions to Design-Build Industry.

https://crbjbizwire.com/new-generation-of-leadership-brings-fresh-ideas-and-innovative-solutions-to-design-build-industry/

05/19/2022

LCDR Michael R. Pampalone, USN, Ret., ’88, joined Alpha Corporation as its senior vice president for federal growth and strategy.

https://www.alphacorporation.com/news/alpha-corporation-recently-appointed-industry-veteran-mike-pampalone-pe-pmp-as-its-new-senior-vice-president-leading-federal-growth-and-strategy/

05/18/2022

Craig May III, ’79, joined ServisFirst Bank Piedmont as a regional president.

https://www.bizjournals.com/charlotte/news/2022/05/13/servisfirst-bank-new-hires-local-team-growth.html

05/15/2022

Today is Peace Officers Memorial Day, a day to pay tribute to the local, state and federal peace officers who have died, or who have been disabled, in the line of duty.

05/13/2022

Gary Jaffe, ’06, is the new president and Mike Teeple, ’01, is the new vice president of the Charleston Defense Contractors Association.

https://crbjbizwire.com/cdca-announces-new-president-key-leadership-changes-following-annual-election/

05/12/2022

On May 12, 2001, Pat Conroy, '67, gave the Commencement address to the Class of 2001.

Watch it here: c-span.org/video/?164224-1/citadel-commencement
Read it here: patconroy.com/the-citadel-commencement-speech-i-wear-the-ring/

05/11/2022

The first African-American females to graduate from The Citadel did that 20 years ago today on May 11, 2002.

From the Class of 2002, they are Adrienne “AJ” (Watson) Crosby; Toshika “Peaches” Hudson-Cannon; Dr. Renee E. Hypolite; Natosha Mitchell Johnson; Jamey McCloud; Geneive (Hardney) Marshall; and Lesjanusar “Sha” Peterson.

https://today.citadel.edu/citadel-honors-first-african-american-female-graduates/

05/10/2022

An article on his experience at The Citadel by MG Skip Garrett, USA, Ret., '69, was included in the American Battlefield Trust's Hallowed Ground magazine.

https://www.battlefields.org/learn/articles/citadel-charleston-sc?ms=liorg

05/09/2022

The Citadel Graduate College Commencement ceremony May 7, 2022

05/09/2022

Joseph Pye, CGC ’76, Dorchester District 2 superintendent, was featured in a Post and Courier article on his plans to retire at the end of this school year.

https://www.postandcourier.com/news/dorchester-district-2s-longtime-superintendent-reflects-on-50-years-in-education/article_09344c0e-c57d-11ec-820b-1306d62d44c6.html

05/07/2022

Congratulations to all of today's graduates and especially to our more than 320 New Student Life Members!

Be sure to keep us updated in the CAA phone app or at citadelalumni.org.

Thank you for joining The Citadel Alumni Association!

N.J. man, 65, biking across America to honor late son’s legacy 05/06/2022

N.J. man, 65, biking across America to honor late son’s legacy

Kevin McNally, the father of the late Brian McNally, '10, begins his bike ride across America in memory of his son on Sunday in Manhattan Beach, Calif.

N.J. man, 65, biking across America to honor late son’s legacy Kevin McNally will be cycling 3,400 miles from Pacific to the Atlantic.

05/06/2022

This is last call for the Class of 2022 current student CAA Life Membership rate of $400.00. After tomorrow the cost will increase so please purchase today! Membership must be paid in full to receive this reduced rate. Visit citadelalumni.org/join and choose the Student Life Membership option. Thank you to everyone who has already signed up!

05/05/2022

Silas Session, '97, was featured in an Elizabethtown, Ky., News-Enterprise article on his service in the military and his church.

https://www.thenewsenterprise.com/features/mondays_man/faith-military-education-form-silas-sessions-life/article_1445c283-cf2b-54ca-9111-047cfb86d27e.html

05/04/2022

On May 4, 2019, the first class of nursing students graduated from The Citadel.

https://today.citadel.edu/first-nurses-graduating-from-the-citadel/

05/03/2022

The Citadel Foundation Giving Day | May 3, 2022

05/03/2022

The Fayetteville-Sandhills Citadel Club held its Muster on March 22.

05/02/2022

Class of 2022 family, friends and students, these are your last few days to purchase a current student CAA Life Membership at the $400.00 rate. After Commencement the cost will increase so please purchase today! Membership must be paid in full to receive this reduced rate.

Visit citadelalumni.org/join and choose the Student Life Membership option.

Thank you to everyone who has already signed up!

05/01/2022

May 1: Today is the 126th anniversary of the birth of General Mark W. Clark, USA, Ret., the 11th President of The Citadel.

Learn more: https://www.citadel.edu/root/me-eugs/107-info/administration/office-of-the-president/20863-general-mark-w-clark,-usa,-ret-1954-1965

(Photo via The Citadel Archives)

04/29/2022

You have one week remaining on the Class of 2022 current student CAA Life Membership rate of $400.00. After Commencement on May 7, the cost will increase so please purchase today!

Visit citadelalumni.org/join and choose the Student Life Membership option.

Membership must be paid in full to receive this reduced rate.

04/29/2022

Jason Hamilton, ’97, was promoted to chief information security officer at Mutual of Omaha.

https://www.mutualofomaha.com/about/newsroom/article/hamilton-promoted-at-mutual-of-omaha

Photos from The Citadel Alumni Association's post 04/28/2022

The Northeast Florida Citadel Club event with Citadel President, General Walters, USMC (Ret.) '79 on Monday, April 25, at Palms Fish Camp Restaurant, owned by Mark Devereaux, '80, was a success. A great time was had by all!

04/27/2022

Arrangements have been announced for 2022 commencement activities.

https://go.citadel.edu/annual-events/commencement/corps/

Preparing for The Citadel Class of 2022 commencement celebrations - The Citadel Today 04/27/2022

Preparing for The Citadel Class of 2022 commencement celebrations - The Citadel Today

Preparing for The Citadel Class of 2022 commencement celebrations - The Citadel Today The Citadel will celebrate nearly 1,000 cadets and Citadel Graduate College students from the Class of 2022 during commencement on May 7.

04/27/2022

Ned Sanders, '53, was unhurt when a tornado hit his house in Warner Robins, GA in Apr 2022. Through the rubble, he was able to find his Citadel Ring and Sword.

04/26/2022

John Cannaday, '84, was named director of the Office of Procurement at NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center.

https://www.nasa.gov/centers/marshall/about/star/star220420.html

04/25/2022

Kevin McNally plans to bike cross-country in 2022 to honor his late son, Capt Brian McNally USMC, '10.

https://morristowngreen.com/2022/04/18/morristown-dad-of-fallen-state-trooper-to-bike-america-to-raise-funds-for-the-capt-brian-j-mcnally-usmc-scholarship/

04/22/2022

Our Alumni Travel partner, GoNext, is offering trips to Ireland and the Mediterranean, among other destinations, in 2023. For more information or to book your journey, visit https://www.gonext.com/groups/the-citadel-alumni-association/

Photos from The Citadel Alumni Association's post 04/21/2022

It's a busy day in the Holliday Alumni Center! Class of 2022 new Life Members are picking up their plaques and membership packets today and tomorrow. The Association is happy to welcome more than 250 new Life Members from the class.

04/21/2022

Richard H. Kellahan, Sr., The Citadel Class of 1944, of Kingstree, was freed from a German prisoner-of-war camp when Russians liberated Kellahan’s camp on April 21, 1945,. He rode in a truck convoy to the Elbe River before ending at a hospital near Nancy, France. There he was put on a train to the French coast and later shipped from Le Havre to New York.

Listen to Mr. Kellahan interviewed as a part of The Citadel World War II Alumni History Project here: https://lcdl.library.cofc.edu/lcdl/catalog/lcdl:23436

The Citadel Alumni Association

Purposes. The Association is organized and shall operate a supporting

organization exclusively for the benefit of, to perform the functions of, and to carry out the

purposes ofThe Citadel, the Military College of South Carolina ("The Citadel"). To this end,

the objectives of the Association shall include the following:

Videos (show all)

Memorial Day 2021
International Bagpipe Day, March 10
The CAA: 2020 Year in Review
Mike Troxel, '86, owner of The Tricksy Pig
General Walters Address to All Alumni
Arch Watking, '99, Old Line Spirits
Alumni-owned Civvie Supply
Chip Nimmich, '76, your new CAA President

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