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Distinguished Alumni, Hall of Fame Inductees Honored at Homecoming


DISTINGUISHED ALUMNI


Jaime Domaingue '02, G'06, Young Alumna/us Award Jamie Domaingue currently is the associate director of capital giving in the Boston College athletics department, a position she rose to after serving that department as an administration intern. Former Boston College Director of Athletics Gene DeFilippo ’73 extended that opportunity to Domaingue when she graduated with her master’s, and she ran with it. Now she’s paying it forward. She has been a guest lecturer at Springfield College twice, as well


as hosted networking opportunities for Springfield College athletic administration students to visit Boston College to learn more about the field. She also has raised money and awareness for the American Liver


Foundation since running her first Boston Marathon in 2010, raising more than $14,000 for the organization, and serving as the team fundraising captain on the American Liver Foundation’s Run for Research Runner’s Council. She has completed the Boston Marathon three times. She lives in Milton, Mass.


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Theodore Patlovich '50, Distinguished Alumna/us Award Theodore Patlovich has used his success to teach and benefit others. Taking a risk when he joined the Loctite Corporation in 1956 as the company’s first salesman, Patlovich was the company’s longest tenured employee. His 34 years included the presidency of the Pacific Group and International groups, corporate senior vice president and vice chairman. Patlovich traveled internationally and lived abroad during his career, and he served on the board of directors for the Loctite Company in 14 countries. Patlovich played a big role in the establishment of the Ted


Patlovich Medical Clinic in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia; has mentored young Chinese adults in startup businesses; and taught at Columbia University, Boston College, and the universities of Massachusetts and Hartford, as well as at universities in Poland, Slovakia, and Russia. He also served as a cub master, assistant scout leader, little league coach, volunteer at the Philmont Scout Ranch, fundraiser for Westminster School in Simsbury, Conn., and volunteer at two cancer support groups in New Mexico. Patlovich lives in Gainseville, Fla., with his wife Joan.


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