In this delightful interview, Marty Valerio talks about his experience getting initiated into the Delta Tau Delta fraternity, some favorite memories of Stevens, and brief reminiscences about local spots in Hoboken that are no longer there (The Chatterbox and The Clam Broth House). In addition, Marty describes his senior trip out to the Midwest with his classmates and explains how the assassination of Robert F. Kennedy in June of 1968 postponed their commencement ceremony that year.
Marty’s four years at Stevens left an impact on him, and since graduating from Stevens he has been an active member of the Stevens Alumni Association (SAA). Marty has served as vice president, president, and later as a trustee of the SAA. While he was president of the SAA, he was also a member of the Stevens Board of Trustees. In 2018, he received a much-deserved Lifetime Service Award at the Stevens Awards Gala.
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