2019 Ivy Football Association Dinner and Reception

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Single Seat | $500.00
Table (10 seats) | $5,000.00

Class of 2015-2018 $125.00
Class of 2012-2014 $250.00

Help the CFA provide more seating for young alumni with a donation toward the IFA Dinner.

On the evening of January 24, 2019 the Ivy Football Association will be holding its 10th biennial dinner at the Sheraton New York Times Square Hotel. As with past dinners each school will honor one of its finest graduates and football players. Cornell‘s honoree for the dinner will be Dr. George A. Arangio '65.

I hope you will make every effort to attend the dinner to honor George and visit with old friends. Above are links to register for the dinner. If you have any questions you can contact Cornell Table Captain, John Morehouse at 212-408-9581. We look forward to seeing you at the dinner.

EVENT DETAILS:

The Sheraton New York Times Square Hotel
Metropolitan Ballroom
2nd Floor
811 7th Avenue at 53rd Street
New York, NY 10019

Cocktails: 4:45pm
Dinner: 6:45pm | Black Tie

Tickets:
$500 per seat or
$5,000 per table (10 seats)
Dinner proceeds will be used to support our mission – to promote and celebrate Ivy League Football

Accommodations:
The Sheraton New York Times Square Hotel
Call 1-888-627-7067 and reference "Ivy Football Association Dinner"

$199.00++ single/double occupancy
or visit the Accommodations page of the IFA website for more rates and details.

Please secure your reservation on or before
January 3, 2019 5:00pm EST.

HONORING:

WILLIAM J. O’BRIEN
BROWN '92

PAUL C. McCORMICK, M.D.
COLUMBIA '78

GEORGE A. ARANGIO, M.D.cornell-pennant
CORNELL '65

George is a 1965 graduate of Cornell where he earned his B.A. degree, followed by a M.D. in 1969 from the Cornell Medical College University. Most recently, George was the recipient of the CFA's 2017 Lou Conti Life Time Achievement Award. He also serves on the Board of Directors of the Cornell Football Association, is a Cornell Alumni Ambassador CAAN and the founder of the Arangio Family Cornell Arts & Sciences Scholarship Fund.

George is member of the College Football Hall of Fame, Pennsylvania Chapter, as well as, the Lehigh Valley Football Hall of Fame.

Upon graduation from Cornell Medical School, George began a distinguished professional career as an Orthopedic Surgeon with an emphasis initially on the knee joint and later with a foot and ankle practice. After Cornell, George studied at Temple and the University of Pennsylvania, and served as a Lieutenant Commander in the U. S. Navy Medical Corps in Orlando, FL... READ MORE

2017 Honoree 2007 Honoree
Joseph Holland, 1978 Louis J. Conti, 1941
2015 Honoree 2005 Honoree
Gen. John M. Paxton, Jr., 1973 Thomas D. MacLeod, 1970
2013 Honoree 2003 Honoree
Tim Ring, 1979 Charles F. Knight, 1957
2011 Honoree 2001 Honoree
Peter Kornel Gogolak, 1964 Richard B. Loynd, 1950
2009 Honoree
Ed Marinaro, 1972

HON. JOHN CARNEY, JR.
DARTMOUTH '78

JOE AZELBY
HARVARD '84

GAVIN O'CONNOR
PENNSYLVANIA '85

JASON C. GARRETT
PRINCETON '89

KEVIN CZINGER
YALE '81