When Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, observed its 250th anniversary, we also celebrated the 90th anniversary of the founding of Rutgers University–Camden and the 65th year of Rutgers–Camden being an integral part of the state university.
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Honoring Our Exceptional Alumni
In commemoration of these landmark occasions, Rutgers University–Camden inducted a select number of exceptional alumni in the Rutgers–Camden Finest, an assembly of graduates whose lives and careers have made an indelible mark upon society and the advancement of knowledge. In 2001, 50 alumni were inducted as the inaugural cohort. In 2006, 17 more top graduates were honored.
On Nov. 10, 2016, the following alumni were inducted into the Rutgers–Camden Finest.
Terry S. Bienstock RLAW’78
Rebecca A. Borden RLAW’86
Senior Vice President and Associate General Counsel, CBS
Rebecca M. Bresnik RLAW’99
Assistant Chief Counsel for International Matters, NASA/Johnson Space Center
Donald C. Clark, Jr. RLAW’79
General Counsel (retired), United Church of Christ
Flora D. Darpino RLAW’86
Judge Advocate General, U.S. Army
Joseph Dominguez RLAW’90
Executive Vice President, Exelon Corporation
Faustino J. Fernandez-Vina RLAW’81
Associate Justice, New Jersey Supreme Court
Frank J. Giordano SBC’72
President and CEO, The Philly POPS
Herbert D. Hinkle RLAW’74
Partner, Hinkle, Fingles, Prior & Fischer
Edward P. Kiessling CCAS’77
Executive Vice President (retired), Crystal & Company
Joseph S. Lopez CCAS’64
President (retired), ILEX Systems, L-3 Communications ILEX Systems Inc.
Walter B. MacDonald CCAS’74
President and CEO, Educational Testing Service
Joshua W. Martin RLAW’74
Counsel, Potter Anderson & Corroon
Eugene Muller CCAS’77
President and CEO, Flying Fish Brewing Company
Dominic J. Pileggi CCAS’73
CEO and Chair (retired), Thomas & Betts Corporation
Dana L. Redd SBC’96
Mayor, City of Camden
Laurie S. Stelmaski SNC’05
Staff Nurse, Thomas Jefferson University Hospital
Sandy J. Stewart CCAS’81, GSC’87
Co-Founder and CEO (retired), Paradigm Genetics (now Cogenics Icoria, Inc.)
J. Scott Thomson CCAS’94
Chief, Camden County Police Department
Stephen A. Tullman SBC’89
Managing Partner, NeXeption
Gregory L. Wade CCAS’70
Global Chief Supply Chain Officer (retired), Molson Coors Brewing Company
Rutgers–Camden Finest Honorees
See a list of all Rutgers–Camden Finest honorees from 2001 and 2006.
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