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March 8, 2023
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Class of February 1953

Donald (Steinberg) Sargent

January 25, 2023

I earned a Bachelor of Chemical Engineering degree from Cornell University in 1958, then worked for Union Carbide Chemicals in Charleston, WV. In 1964, joined Grumman’s Apollo Lunar Module propulsion design team, followed by the on-site propulsion test program at NASA’s White Sands Test Facility in New Mexico. Post-Apollo, I worked for Versar, a contractor to the Environmental Protection Agency, for more than 15 years, for EPA’s effluent guidelines and priority pollutants programs. Along the way, became a Registered Professional Engineer and a Certified Industrial Hygienist.
Afterwards, returned to aerospace and rejoined Grumman for NASA’s International Space Station project, in the development of the Space Station’s propulsion and environmental control and life support. Completed 18 years at Johnson Space Center in Houston in 200. After a 3-week retirement, joined the Commercial Space Transportation office of the Federal Aviation Administration in Washington, DC, evaluating rocket operators’ (SpaceX, Blue Origin, Virgin Galactic, and others) launch licenses to ensure safety for the uninvolved public, specializing in propulsion and life support. Still working full-time (at age 87) for FAA.

Class of 1952

John Huson

December 19, 2022

I followed my recently deceased brother, George R. Huson ’47, who became a rocket scientist, to Tech where I swam on Coach Connell’s team. Still swimming. Swam at the U.S. Masters Short Course National Swimming Championships in 2021. After Tech, won an NROTC scholarship to University of Louisville, Kentucky, where I swam on the team and met my wife of 65 years. After graduation and commissioning spent six years in the Caribbean before returning to the U.S.
Bumped around until 1972, when I had the opportunity to move to Charlotte, N.C., where I founded Carocon, a general contractor company.  We have built over 30,000 housing units and last year had a volume of over $14,000,000. Have five children, 14 grandchildren, and seven grandchildren. Friends and classmates can reach me here.

Class of 1958

Malcolm Davidson, M.D. FAAP

December 16, 2022

I have very vivid memories of my four years at BTHS and still have my Major T. Like so many of my classmates, I too feel a tremendous sense of gratitude to Tech for my four years of excellent education.
I went on to get my BA at Uptown Hunter College (now Lehman College) in the Bronx and clocked four more years commuting via the NYC transit system. I then went to Upstate Medical School in Syracuse. My internship and residency in Pediatrics were completed at Children’s Hospital and Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas, Texas and Baylor Hospital Program in Houston. After two years in the USAF Medical Corp, I returned to Dallas, spent 45 years in General Pediatric practice and have been retired for the past seven years.
Amongst my best and most memorable teachers were Mr. Lincoln (Industrial Processes) and Mr. Tron (French). Amongst my most terrifying teachers were Mr. Nepo (Woodshop) and Mr. Riker (Mechanical Drawing).

If possible, I would like to know if two of my classmates, Charles Courdy and Ronald Cardos are still out there.

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Aleksandra Pawlowska ’22

Oct 17, 2022 Updated: Oct 17, 2022 Technite Profiles, TechTimes, TechTimes Fall 2022 Stephanie Bakirtzis Mar 20, 2023 3:09 pm

Aleksandra Pawlowska ’22 is a Centennial Class graduate.


Sky’s (not) the Limit

Oct 17, 2022 Updated: Oct 17, 2022 Technite Profiles, TechTimes, TechTimes Fall 2022, Uncategorized Stephanie Bakirtzis Mar 20, 2023 3:09 pm

Enrico Lentini ’16 is scheduled to be a full pilot – a winged aviator – this fall.


Eric Edwards ’65 Opens New African Art Museum in NYC

Jan 18, 2023 Updated: Jan 18, 2023 News, Technite Profiles Stephanie Bakirtzis Mar 20, 2023 3:09 pm

Technite Eric Edwards ’65 opens a new African Art Museum in New York City.


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World’s Largest Advanced Placement Program

Dec 9, 2021 Updated: Dec 9, 2021 News aharris Mar 20, 2023 3:09 pm

The world’s largest Advanced Placement program; a nine-story building with aerospace lab, a unique college-like system of majors; 187 clubs and activities; and 37 PSAL sports teams differentiate Brooklyn Tech from other specialized high schools in NYC’s ‘Elite 8’


Wilton Cedeño ’82: Economic Development Power 75

Dec 6, 2021 Updated: Dec 6, 2021 Technites in the News aharris Mar 20, 2023 3:09 pm

Wilton Cedeno, former director of regulatory affairs for Con Edison, monitors and seeks to shape state energy policy for Con Edison, a massive utility company that provides electric and gas service to residents – and businesses – in New York City and Westchester County.


Where Are They Now: Mike D’Amato ’59, New York Jets

Dec 23, 2021 Updated: Dec 23, 2021 Technites in the News aharris Mar 20, 2023 3:09 pm

From when Mike D’Amato was a high school senior at Brooklyn Tech to when he was a two-time Middle Conference All-Star safety and kick- and punt-returner, as well as a second-team All-American lacrosse attackman at Hofstra in 1968, life happened.


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