This spring, alumni can vote for a new group of Harvard Overseers and elected directors for the Harvard Alumni Association (HAA) board.Ballots will be mailed no later than April 1 and must be received back in Cambridge by noon on May 18 to be counted. Results of the election will be announced at the HAA’s annual meeting on May 24, on the afternoon of Commencement day. All holders of Harvard degrees, except Corporation members and officers of instruction and government, are entitled to vote for Overseer candidates. The election for HAA directors is open to all Harvard degree holders.Candidates for Overseer may also be nominated by petition, that is, by obtaining a prescribed number of signatures from eligible degree holders. The deadline for all petitions is Feb. 1.The HAA’s nominating committee has proposed the following candidates in 2012:For OverseerScott A. Abell ’72 Retired Chair & CEO, Abell & Associates Inc.BostonJames E. Johnson ’83, J.D. ’86 Partner, Debevoise & Plimpton LLPMontclair, N.J.Michael M. Lynton ’82, M.B.A. ’87 Chairman & CEO, Sony Pictures EntertainmentLos AngelesTracy P. Palandjian ’93, M.B.A. ’97 CEO & Co-Founder, Social Finance Inc.Belmont, Mass.Swati A. Piramal, M.P.H. ’92 Director, Piramal Healthcare Ltd.Mumbai, IndiaStephen R. Quazzo ’82, M.B.A. ’86 CEO & Co-Founder, Pearlmark Real Estate PartnersChicagoWilliam H. Rastetter, A.M. ’72, Ph.D. ’75 Partner, VenrockRancho Santa Fe, Calif.Kathryn A. Taylor ’80 Co-Chair, One PacificCoast Bank, Co-Chair, Board of DirectorsSan FranciscoFor Elected DirectorJohn F. Bowman ’80, M.B.A. ’85 Executive Producer, Disney CompanySanta Monica, Calif.Yvonne E. Campos, J.D. ’88 Superior Court Judge, State of CaliforniaSan Diego, Calif.John H. Jackson, Ed.M. ’98, Ed.D. ’01 President & CEO, Schott Foundation for Public EducationCambridge, Mass.Michael T. Kerr ’81, M.B.A. ’85 Portfolio Counselor & Senior Vice President, Capital Research CompanyCanyon Country, Calif.Sabrina Lam ’93Executive Director, TrinityHong KongSusanna Shore Le Boutillier ’86 Director, Corporate Communications, Colgate-Palmolive Co.Larchmont, N.Y.E. Scott Mead ’77 Fine Art Photographer and Financial AdviserLondonBrian Melendez ’86, J.D. ’90, M.T.S. ’91 Partner, Faegre Baker Daniels LLPMinneapolis, Minn.Loulan J. Pitre Jr. ’83, J.D. ’86 Attorney, Gordon, Arata, McCollam, Duplantis & Eagan LLCNew Orleans
Do you remember Dave Miley who was the Cincinnati Reds manager from 2003-2005 where he compiled a 125 win and 164 loss record? The Tampa native was a catcher by profession. As a player he was a member of the Cincinnati Reds organization. After retirement from active playing, he became a coach and manager in the Reds minor league system before moving into the major league managers roll. He was only in his 40’s when he managed the Cincinnati Reds.Dave Miley’s wife is from the St. Peters area of Franklin County. He met and married her while a member of the Reds organization.Albert Schneider of Morris was recently in a local nursing home recuperating from knee surgery. His roommate was Dave Miley’s father-in-law, and Dave and his wife came to visit while both men were in the nursing home. Albert stated that Dave was very friendly to him during the visit. I am not sure what Dave Miley is doing at this time. He is only 52 years old, so I am sure he is still involved somewhere in baseball. However, I was not able to find out where when I did research for this article.
April 20, 2020 Among the organizations receiving help are United Way Worldwide, the New Jersey Pandemic Relief Fund, RWJBarnabas Health, Jewish Federations of North America, New York-Presbyterian Hospital, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, University of Minnesota Masonic Children’s Hospital, Second Harvest Heartland, Minnesota Disaster Recovery Fund for Coronavirus and Vikings.1rmg.com.“We are focused on trying to provide as many resources as possible to meet their needs and assist some of the most vulnerable populations during this unprecedented time,” Vikings owner/chairman Zygi Wilf said.The family made an initial donation of $500,000 last month.United Way Worldwide is one of six national charitable organizations recommended by the NFL as part of its Draft-A-Thon fundraising campaign tied to this week’s NFL draft.___ ___More AP sports: https://apnews.com/apf-sports and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports,Tampa Bay Lightning advance to face Dallas Stars in Stanley Cup finals, beating New York Islanders 2-1 in OT in Game 6 De Blasio announced Monday that parades and city-permitted events had been canceled through June because of the novel coronavirus but said progress in fighting the pandemic will determine what is allowed after that.“For all of us sports fans, we’re asking this question, can our leagues come back in 2020, at all? I think this is an area where we don’t know yet,” he said during a news conference. “I’m taking what I think is a cautious, steady approach to how we reopen New York City. And we have to always plan on the worst-case scenarios. We have to protect ourselves. But there’s also better-case scenarios that could come along and could get proven that might open up possibilities for later on, late in the summer, going into the fall. There may be opportunities.”___The family that owns the Minnesota Vikings has increased its donations to COVID-19-related causes to more than $5 million.New York and New Jersey residents Zygi, Mark and Lenny Wilf announced Monday that the bulk of the money has been earmarked to support health care workers, the elderly, food banks, social service organizations and Jewish philanthropic causes in New York, New Jersey, Minnesota and Israel. Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditThe Latest on the effects of the coronavirus outbreak on sports around the world:___New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio says there is a chance for large public gatherings later in the summer, which could lead to games at Yankee Stadium and the Mets’ Citi Field. The Latest: NYC mayor De Blasio gives dash of hope for sport The Spanish government says it has reached a deal with the country’s soccer league and federation for teams to return to practice.The government has not provided a timetable or given any other detail about when practice would resume. It says it will depend on the evolution of the coronavirus pandemic and on decisions by health authorities.The government says strict protocols will have to be followed when teams begin training again. The Spanish league and the federation have created health protocols for the return to training.The league says the competition is not expected to resume until the end of May at the earliest and games will be in empty stadiums at first.Government officials and the presidents of the league and the federation met for nearly eight hours this weekend. ICC chief executive Manu Sawhney says the organization is continuing to “take advice from experts and authorities” about the T20 tournament.Sawhney says there is a need to “share knowledge and … build a deep understanding of what it will take to resume international cricket.”___The president of the German soccer federation says resuming league play will not mean taking resources away from healthcare workers amid the coronavirus pandemic.Fritz Keller writes in Kicker magazine “we guarantee that resuming play … will not cause a burden for the healthcare system.” The government says the league and the federation have agreed to use part of the money from soccer television rights to help other sports in Spain. It says they will also create a contingency fund of 10 million euros ($10.8 million) to aid more vulnerable athletes.___Contingency planning for the men’s Twenty20 World Cup will be among the topics for discussion when the heads of the top cricketing nations hold a specially convened meeting this week about the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on the sport.The chief executives of the International Cricket Council’s 12 full members and three associate representatives also will discuss the rescheduling of series, the program of future tours and the key factors behind the resumption of international cricket on Thursday’s conference call.The T20 World Cup is scheduled for Oct. 18-Nov. 15 in Australia. It is cricket’s biggest global tournament this year and hasn’t yet been called off. Associated Press He adds that “there will be no use by sportspeople of testing capacity which would be missed elsewhere.”No top league games have been played since March 11.The German league has been more bullish than other major European competitions about the chances of resuming in May or June with widespread coronavirus tests for players. That push is partly driven by fears that several clubs face financial collapse without TV and sponsorship money.German state and local officials could potentially veto games in their areas. Keller says unified rules for soccer around the country would help clubs “quickly and without bureaucracy.”___ The Professional Fighters League has canceled its upcoming season because of the coronavirus pandemic and plans to resume in spring 2021.The mixed martial arts promotion was expected to begin competition in May. The competition format includes a regular season, a postseason and a championship event, making it unique in MMA. Last year, the promotion staged six regular-season events, three playoff events and a championship event on New Year’s Eve.CEO Peter Murray says the PFL will pay its fighters a monthly cash stipend to help support them and their families throughout 2020.The 2021 season will be distributed on ESPN platforms in the U.S. and to 160 countries by the league’s international media partners. The PFL said it will produce new programming across ESPN and PFL platforms for the rest of this year.___ Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero has been using some of his spare time in lockdown to teach British kids how to speak Spanish.The Argentina international has been signed up by the BBC as part of its home-schooling initiative while educational establishments are closed during the coronavirus pandemic.Aguero is teaching kids how to count in Spanish. His lessons became available on a day kids in Britain would have usually returned to school after the Easter holidays.Aguero says “it’s a tough time for children at the moment, and also for parents trying to keep them focused on their education from home.”Aguero hasn’t played a competitive match since March 8 because soccer is shut down in England and across most of the world during the outbreak.