Tom Hannon '76 | Theology, 34 years
“Mr. Hannon '76, at once gentle and commanding, created a wonderful environment in which to work, and I carry lessons and techniques from his classes with me to this day. Our biblical exegeses provided me with the ability and strength to question, question, and question again, and the breath work we did together over twenty years ago provided a solid foundation for my acting training over the next decade. I often revisit the protracted inhalations and exhalations from our floorwork when I've found my breath holding, in rehearsal/performance, and also in my daily life. Regis was made better because of his presence.”
—Justin Yorio '94
Anthony Conti | Theology, 31 years
“I always enjoyed Mr. Conti’s urbane approach to religion, open discussions, undogmatic approach to Catholicism and Christianity in general, which I found only drew and draws me to Catholicism all the more. His classes were very important parts of my Regis education. I always looked forward to them. I have of late returned to yoga a bit too, bringing up fond memories of his 8:00 a.m. yoga classes on the 2nd floor. Mostly, I enjoyed his understated humor, even keeled approach to teaching, and a calmness that did nothing to mask how seriously he took teaching.” —Giles Kavanagh '89
Jim Buggy | Vice President for Development, 13 years
For thirteen years—and including two successful capital campaigns—Jim Buggy led the The Office of Development and its fundraising efforts. His work helped elevate the profile of Regis and prepare the school for new generations. Well over $100 million was raised in annual, capital, and planned giving during his tenure. He leaves Regis having overseen the most successful Annual Fund Campaign on record.
From left to right: Donna Davis, Mathematics (8 years); Fernando Gomez-Herrero, Language (3 years); Joshua Travatello, Information Technology (3 years); David Cieremans '11, Alumnus Mentor (1 year); Giancarlo Milea '11, Alumnus Mentor (1 year)