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Monday, Dec. 31, 2012, 12:01 a.m.

Noteworthy: Carlow University hired Cunningham as vice president for finance and administrative services

Age: 51

Residence: Bethel Park

Family: Wife Lori; children Brent, Tyler and Kara

Background: Cunningham plans to start at Carlow on Wednesday. Previously, he worked for two years for the Jewish Healthcare Foundation of Pittsburgh, Downtown, where he was chief financial and operating officer. He also worked at the Pittsburgh Theological Seminary in East Liberty as vice president of finance and administration and at the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh, where he was chief financial officer and director of administration.

Education: Bachelor's degree in economics from the University of Pittsburgh and an accounting certificate from Robert Morris University. He graduated from Central Catholic High School and attended Saint Paul's Cathedral Grade School, operated by the Sisters of Mercy.

Quote: “I am glad to be a part of the Carlow community, where I'll have the opportunity to once again connect with the values of the Sisters of Mercy.”

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