DiGamma Inducts 10 into Honor Society

July 10, 2017


Buffalo, NY - The DiGamma Honor Society welcomed 10 new members into its prestigious association this spring.  DiGamma, which originated as the Coffin Club in 1925, recognizes alumni, students, faculty and administrators who have rendered outstanding service to the college. 

The 2017 DiGamma Honor Society inductees are (row 1, l-r): Erin H. Hartnett MS ’11 , director of the Canisius Fund; AnneMarie W. Block ’75, director of the Clinical Cytogenetics Laboratory at Roswell Park Cancer Institute; Henry J. Kaye ’60, past president of Professional Insurance Agents of New York State Inc.; Mary J. Bartels ’80, MBA ’85, controller for Greater Niagara Frontier Council Inc. – Boy Scouts of America Inc; (row 2, l-r): Brian M. Murphy ’95, partner at Lawley Benefits Group LLC; Carrie S. Aiello ’01, MBA ’03 (accepting for her father, Larry Aiello Jr. ’71) (stairs, bottom – top): Joseph B. O’Donnell, PhD, professor of accounting at Canisius College; Gary A. Kielich ’80, MBA ’85, president and co-founder of Systems Technology Group; Andrew D.W. Hill ’86, president and co-founder of Andrew Hill Investment Advisors Inc.; William C. Thuman ’73, senior vice president of the Thuman Group, RBC Wealth Management.