This year’s Reception on May 19 brought nearly 300 guests to campus. Attendees gathered in College and Alumni Halls, as well as the J. Linford Snyder ’33 Courtyard, to get reacquainted with old friends as well as make new connections among members of the alumni community.
|President Jim Mergiotti poses with |
Clem Piscitelli, Distinguished Service Award winner
At age 92, the recipient of the Distinguished Service Award, Clem Piscitelli, still has an active practice as a Public Accountant and tax preparer with his own firm, Piscitelli Associates. He and his wife Liz – a fellow member of the Class of 1948 - raised their five children in Langhorne, Pa., where he was an active volunteer with the Boy Scouts, Lions and Rotary, and served as an elected member of the Neshaminy School Board for over a decade. As a dynamic Peirce alumnus, Clem has chaired reunion committees, visited high school college fairs, and offered counsel to six decades of Peirce presidents and administrators. He has been a generous donor to the school and helped spearhead the creation of the Angelo E. DiAntonio Accounting Award.
|Frank Brodsky accepts his Distinguished Alumni Award|
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