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AVP for Planning & Construction Fred Pennino to retire July 15

(6-21-2000) Alfred G. Pennino, associate vice president for Planning and Construction at Boston College since 1994, has announced his retirement from the University, effective July 15.

Penino, who had served as director of Buildings and Grounds for 20 years before being named associate vice president, was responsible for University construction, planning and development. Working in conjunction with the executive vice president and the Buildings and Grounds division, he helped oversee Boston College's extensive growth to a university which now encmpasses101 buildings spread over two campuses.

In accepting his retirement, Executive Vice President Frank B. Campanella praised Pennino for his diligence and commitment to the betterment of Boston College. "Fred Pennino has played a central role in the planning of all of our capital construction over the past 26 years," said Campanella. "He has contributed greatly to the architectural beauty of the University and to its overall physical development. I wish him the very best in his retirement."

Said Pennino, "BC has always been good to me and I have always done my best for BC. I am proud of the 20 buildings that we built and the 10 that we remodeled during my tenure. I will stay involved on a limited basis until the completion of the Flynn Recreation Complex renovation project, and then I look forward to having the time to fulfill some of my own lifelong plans."

 


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