Outgoing Board Members

August 19th, 2013 Posted in Alumni News & Events

Two members of the Board of Directors of the ACC/CCC Alumni Association have completed their terms. Lloyd Hoskins ’74 and Angelo Marinelli ’62 have given a combined 18 years of volunteer service to the Alumni Board and to the college community.

Angelo-MarinelliAngelo joined the Alumni Board in 2004 with the goal of becoming active in his alma mater. During his nine-year tenure on the board, Angelo served on the Scholarship and Alumni Awards Committees, as well as working with the planning committees. He is a retired guidance counselor at the former Mount Carmel High School and at West Middle School in Auburn. He was also an adjunct psychology instructor at CCC. He continues to stay active by officiating at high school basketball, football and softball games for both the Auburn, New York, and Venice, Florida, areas. Angelo and his wife Marlene reside in Auburn, but enjoy spending winters in the Florida sunshine. They especially enjoy spending time with their family, which includes two children and three grandchildren.

Lloyd_HoskinsLloyd was honored in 2003 with an ACC/CCC Alumni Association Award for his tireless community efforts, dedication to youth and Cayuga County, and his unfailing support of education and of CCC. Joining the board in 2004, Hoskins shares that the most rewarding part of serving for the past nine years has been the opportunity to be a part of the significant contributions that the College makes to its alumni and the community. In addition to being the Executive Director of the Cayuga County Youth Bureau, Administrator for the Cayuga County Assigned Counsel Program, and Coordinator of the Cayuga County STOP-DWI Program, Lloyd is a member of the criminal justice adjunct faculty at CCC. He is also the president of the college’s Foundation Board of Directors.  He and his wife Georgette own a home on Auburn’s historic district. In his spare time, Lloyd enjoys seeking out treasures among antiques for the house and working in the yard.

The Board extends its gratitude for their time, leadership and assistance which contributed greatly to the Association’s successful events and activities these past years.

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