Success Stories

Traditional Values Have Always Guided Jeffry Wengroff Along the Road of Life
The St. John’s Family Lasts A Lifetime For Valerie Sodano ’49CBA
The St. John’s Family Lasts A Lifetime For Valerie Sodano ’49CBA
Dominick Servedio ’73MBA Enjoys Making a Difference for Others
After James J. Schiro ’67CBA, ’95HON took the helm as Chief Executive Officer at Zurich Financial Services, Barron’s Magazine dubbed him the “Transformer” for leading the company from what had been an annual loss of $3.4 billion to what is today a profit of $6.6 billion.
After James J. Schiro ’67CBA, ’95HON took the helm as Chief Executive Officer at Zurich Financial Services, Barron’s Magazine dubbed him the “Transformer” for leading the company from what had been an annual loss of $3.4 billion to what is today a profit of $6.6 billion.
When Edward A. Romano ’63CBA, ’08HON decided to major in Accounting at St. John’s University, he knew that he wanted a career in business after graduation, and felt that a degree in Accounting would offer the most opportunities to establish his niche in the corporate world.
When Edward A. Romano ’63CBA, ’08HON decided to major in Accounting at St. John’s University, he knew that he wanted a career in business after graduation, and felt that a degree in Accounting would offer the most opportunities to establish his niche in the corporate world.
Repole ’91SVC doesn’t like titles or organization charts.
Repole ’91SVC doesn’t like titles or organization charts.
When it comes to nearly every aspect of college athletics, Joseph Lang ’63C, ’71G has pretty much done it all. And he’s been doing it for more than half a century.
When it comes to nearly every aspect of college athletics, Joseph Lang ’63C, ’71G has pretty much done it all. And he’s been doing it for more than half a century.

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