To all concerned:
I am a 1997 alumni and former student athlete of Cabrini College.
I was shocked and disappointed with the way you handled the
situation concerning John Dzik. John has dedicated 25 years of
service to your institution, and you are tossing him out like
yesterday's garbage. John has been one of the biggest influences to
Cabrini's success over the years, and has put your school on the
map. He has had a major impact on making Cabrini what it is today.
I hope you realize that your decision will adversely affect the
future of your institution. Word of mouth and support from alumni is
one of the best recruiting tools a college can take advantage of
especially in a competitive market. Since this decision was
announced, I have not heard one positive thing about Cabrini, only
I am a second generation Cabrini alumni (my mother is a 1964
alumni) and I can GUARANTEE you that there will be no third
generation alumni. Until this point I have been proud to say that I
was a Cabrini graduate, I no longer feel this way. I was a major
influence in my brother's decision to attend Cabrini College. I will
no longer support or recommend Cabrini College.
Please remove my name from all mailing lists effective
Class of 1997