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Good Wine and Good Friends – Notes from the 2013 RMU Alumni Wine Tasting

Dave Toole ’08 with wife Kate (Queen) Toole ’08

In case you missed it, we held our second annual wine tasting event a week ago, Nov. 7, at the Allegheny Harvard-Yale-Princeton Club in downtown Pittsburgh. It was a spectacular evening featuring four different wine tastings accompanied by fine cuisine.

More than 70 Robert Morris alumni and guests joined us for the event, covering a class range of six decades. Some of the guests included a grandmother (Thelma Spells ’85) and her granddaughter (Amber Spells ’06); Ann (Cibulas) Puskaric M’81, daughter, and Marianne Cibulas ’75, daughter-in-law, of former RMU professor Dorothy Cibulus; two roommates who hadn’t seen each other in over 30 years; a recent alumna graduate who drove in from Cleveland; and a group of sorority sisters, too.

These types of connections are why we hold such a variety of events in locations in and around Pittsburgh. We believe strongly in keeping our alumni engaged, because you never know when you’ll reconnect with an old friend, meet a new one, or network your way into a new job. Those are the kinds of things that happen at our alumni events.

The wine tasting was yet another wonderful RMU alumni event. Please check the alumni webpage and the alumni Facebook page for pictures and comments from the event.

And we hope to see YOU soon at an RMU alumni event!

WarnerWarner Johnson
Director of Alumni Relations

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