1990s


Rodney A. Butler ’99

Rodney A. Butler ’99 is currently the Chairman of the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Council and interim CEO of Foxwoods Resort Casino. Mr. Butler has been named a Citizen of the Year by The Chamber of Commerce of Eastern Connecticut. The award is presented annually to someone “who has made outstanding strides on behalf of the civic and business community.”


Michael Trinks ’98

Michael Trinks ’98 has been promoted to Partner at Fiondella, Milone & LaSaracina, Glastonbury-based accounting and advisory firm.  Mr. Trinks has been with the firm since 2003 and was most recently Director, Assurance & Advisory Services, specializing in audit and consulting for clients in the manufacturing, technology, bio-tech, construction, and service sectors.



Michael Trinks ’98

Michael Trinks ’98 has been promoted to Partner at Fiondella, Milone & LaSaracina, Glastonbury-based accounting and advisory firm.  Mr. Trinks has been with the firm since 2003 and was most recently Director, Assurance & Advisory Services, specializing in audit and consulting for clients in the manufacturing, technology, bio-tech, construction, and service sectors.



Stephen J. O’Loughlin ’94

Stephen J. O’Loughlin ’94 Regional Vice President of LoCorr Funds, will lead LoCorr’s distribution efforts in the Northern California region. He joins LoCorr with extensive sales and management experience, including position swith Eaton Vance, Russell Investments, Cohen & Steers Capital Management, and Pioneer Investments.


Michael C. Pelletier ’98

Michael PelletierMichael C. Pelletier ’98 was named Chief Innovation Officer at BlumShapiro and is helping to move the largest New England-based accounting shop into the future. Mr. Pelletier leverages fast-advancing technology that can help deliver core services more quickly and efficiently, and process client data in search of new insights that can help decision-making. Under Mr. Pelletier’s management, the firm developed a program that uses machine learning to analyze historical data and other variables to help manufacturing clients more accurately forecast their parts-inventory needs in real time, so that they don’t leave excess capital sitting on a storeroom shelf, but also don’t run out.


Gregory P. Lewis ’91

Gregory P. Lewis ’91 has been named Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer at Honeywell.  He will oversee Treasury, Tax, Audit, Business Analysis and Planning, Investor Relations, M&A, Real Estate, Pension, Finance Operations, and Enterprise Information Management (EIM).  Honeywell is a Fortune 100 software-industrial company that delivers industry specific solutions that include aerospace and automotive products and services; control technologies for buildings, homes, and industry; and performance materials globally.


Rodney A. Butler ’99

Rodney A. Butler ’99 has been named interim CEO of Foxwoods Resorts Casino.  Mr. Butler will be overseeing the casino, operated by the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation.  He will also continue serving as council chairman before the casino announces a permanent CEO and president.


Ace Watanasuparp ’98

Ace Watanasuparp ’98 is “breaking the mold” to become New York mortgage maestro.  A vice president at Citizens Bank, he has been vocal about educating the younger generation on programs for first-time home buyers and plans to educatate them on pursuing the “American Dream”.  In addition to Citizens Bank, he is also a co-owner of 39 restaurants in New York City, became president of Douglas Elliman’s DE Capital Mortgage when he was 31, and was the first Asian-American walk-on basketball player at UConn in 2000!