Natalie Assee'90 was tragically killed by a hit-and-run driver in Dyker Heights, Brooklyn on March 7th. Ms. Assee, a Wellesley College graduate who worked as a marketing administrative assistant at Saudi Petroleum College, was 37 years old.

The Pennsylvania Environmental Council’s Board of Directors has elected Anthony S. Bartolomeo ’70 as its Chairman. Mr. Bartolomeo is President and CEO of Pennoni Associates, an 800-person multi-disciplinary consulting engineering and design firm.

William E. Engeler '46, a GE physicist whose inventions and patents helped enable the development of such devices as fax machines, medical imaging equipment and digital cameras, died on May 13th in Albany, NY at the age of 81.

Ben Feller ’64, Brooklyn Tech Alumni Foundation Board Member and strong supporter of Brooklyn Tech passed away on May 20, 2010.

Herbert R. Hugo '40, died on April 12th. He was a graduate of Cooper Union and served as Vice President for the Matthews Battery Company.

Ed Moderacki ’39 will receive a 2010 Civic Award from the Bay Ridge Community Council at their annual dinner on June 3rd at the El Caribe Country Club.

Richard LaMotta '60, inventor, entrepreneur and creator of the Chipwich cookie and ice cream sandwich, died at his home in Chappaqua, NY on May 11th . He was 67.

John “Jack” J. Mooney Jr.'54 died on April 14th. He graduated from Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn with a degree in chemical engineering, served two years in the U.S. Army Corp of Engineers, and spent 34 years with the DuPont Company.

Philip Taylor ’56 is now semi-retired and living in Park Slope. A star halfback on the BTHS football team, Dr. Taylor continued playing football at Cornell, completed medical school and specialized in orthopedics.

Robert J. Uhl '45, died on May 12th. He received his BS in Mechanical Engineering and MS in Electrical Engineering from MIT, was Captain in the Air Force Reserve, and holder of multiple patents.

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