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St. Paul's School of Nursing graduates 159 on Staten Island
Photo by Jan Somma-HammelSTATEN ISLAND, N.Y. -- City Councilman James Oddo addressed the 159 students who graduated from St. Paul's School of Nursing during a noontime ceremony on Friday in the Hilton Garden Inn, Bloomfield. "It's a wonderful thing when your career and your passion come together," Oddo (R-Mid-Island/Brooklyn) told the graduates as they accepted their diplomas.
Also speaking during the ceremony were Oleg Rabinovich, the school's president; Dr. Ann Lubrano, director of education, and Elizabeth Braun, dean of nursing.
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St. Paul's School of Nursing graduates 64, including a brave widow
A 52-year-old widow who triumphed over adversity was among 64 graduates pinned yesterday by St. Paul's School of Nursing at the Hilton Garden Inn in Bloomfield.
"It is bittersweet that we finally graduate," said Linda Howard of West Brighton. "Everyone in the program has been nothing but supportive to my family and me; I thank them for such a great experience."
Mrs. Howard's husband, Kenny, died in September 2010, when his parked SUV rolled out of control and wedged him against a nearby vehicle.
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