Diman Alumni from 1983

  • Joseph Banville (email)

    After Graduation, I served in The US Navy until 1993 (6 years in submarine duty, 4 years on shore duty in Hawaii as a dog handler). I live in Grantham New Hampshire, with my wife, Nancy. I currently am working as a police officer for The US Dept of Veteran's Affairs and am assigned at the VA Hospital in White River Junction, VT.


    James Cordeiro, Jr.
    (email)

    Have been married since 1991 have two children, a girl 6 yrs. Old, and a boy 2 yrs. Old. I worked in the field of graphic arts for approx. 4 yrs. Presently working at Buckworth Enterprises, Inc. as a salesman in a lumber yard for the past twelve years. I am living in Westport, MA. Am looking for other grads of 1983 to touch base after all these years.


    Dwayne Dion
    (email)

    I have been employed by Lightolier MFG here in Fall River since 1987. Currently Advance Planning System Administrator in the Production and Inventory Control department. Along the way I have found time to get married and raise two beautiful daughters. Lisabeth my wife since 1989 gave birth to Loryn Jane in 1990 who is Bristol Aggie grad and Lindsay Marie in 1993 who is now at Diman, class of 2010 in HVAC program.


    Timothy (Timmy) FitzGibbons
    (email)

    Working for Fall River Housing Authority since graduation, living in Fall River (Highlands Area), Engaged.


    Kevin Pellegrino
    (email)

    My name is Kevin Pellegrino. I graduated in 1983, from the Metal Fabrication and Welding class. I received the "Outstanding Welder Award" for my class.

    I have been employed in my trade since graduation, and am currently employed by Saint Gobain PPL, in Bristol, RI, where I have worked since 1996, as a welder/fabricator/machinist.

    I am married to my wife Bonnie since 1995, and still live in Swansea in our log home which we built in 1995 with our 4 dogs and 2 cats.

    I also build custom motorcycles as a hobby, and had my first ground up custom featured and on the cover of the December 2007 issue of American Iron Magazine. As another hobby, I completely restored a 1969 MACH 1 Mustang, which has won awards.

    In March of 2010, I will take the MTEL test for Vocational teaching with hopes of teaching metal fabrication and welding in the near future.


    Antone Santos
    (email)

    I married in 1992 and have two boys. I just retired from the US Navy after 20 years of service, all of it on Submarines. I've started my second career as a Senior Field Engineer at Raytheon.