SEXUAL ABUSERS IN OUR MIDST
New York Update
BREAKING NEWS UPDATE: On Thursday, February 14, 2019, the New York Child Victims Act or CVA was signed into law by Governor Cuomo.
Anyone who was sexually abused as a child and is currently over 21 years old must take action now. Time is very limited.
Call us now at 888-811-8689
The men on this page may have committed sex crimes against children in New York. There are so many sexual predators in Pennsylvania that we had to create a separate page for them.
How a Future Sex Offender Found a Home in Two New York Boy Scout Troops
Now that the CVA has been signed into law, some New York dioceses and child-serving institutions may file for bankruptcy or may create some sort of “claims process” for people with claims against them. If that happens, particularly a bankruptcy filing, you may have a very limited amount of time to file a claim. For example, after a bankruptcy is filed, the bankruptcy judge will usually issue a “bar date,” which is a deadline for people to file claims. The deadline can be as short as 4-6 months. If you fail to file a claim within that deadline, your claim will likely be forever “barred.” It is important you understand this may occur because the bankruptcy deadline may be shorter than the “window” passed by the New York legislature, which could be one or two years.
If you were victimized by one of these individuals or others still unnamed, you will have a limited amount of time to seek justice. Contact us immediately at 888-811-8689 for help and advice. Time is running out.
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Phoenix Central School District
In the 1970s, a child sex abuse ring was operating at the Phoenix Central School district outside of Syracuse, New York. During that time, three teachers – James Middaugh, Ronald Smith, and Jerard “Jerry” Frare – actively and openly preyed upon seventh and eighth grade girls at Emerson J. Dillon Middle School, and ninth grade girls at John C. Birdlebough High School.
Dr. Stuart Copperman (pediatrician)
For 35 years, Dr. Stuart Copperman was one of the most prominent and trusted physicians in this tightknit community on Long Island’s South Shore. The onetime president of the Nassau Pediatric Society, he was a familiar figure at his temple, a man who saved the lives of neighborhood children, a doctor whom former patients took their children and grandchildren to. In 2000, the New York State Board of Professional Medical Ethics unanimously decided to revoke the medical license of Dr. Stuart Copperman, a Merrick, New York pediatrician after determining that he was a danger to the public. Dr. Cooperman was repeatedly accused of sexually abusing countless minor patients, some of whom were 10 years old at the time of the abuse. When his case became public, dozens of women called the New York medical board and media reporting similar stories of abuse. When Dr. Cooperman appealed to get his license restored, he was denied.
Dr. Gary Cohen (pediatrician)
A pediatrician who once served on the Suffolk County committee on child abuse was arraigned in 1990 on 75 counts relating to the sexual abuse of boys. Dr. Gary Cohen of Coram, New York pleaded guilty to numerous criminal charges involving the sexual abuse of boys including sodomy, sexual abuse, and endangering the welfare of a child.
Stanley Rosenfeld & Rabbi Sheldon Schwartz (Salanter Akiba Riverdale Academy)
Investigators received firsthand reports from twelve former SAR students, eleven boys and one girl, as well as one non-SAR student that support a finding that between 1974 and 1987, Rosenfeld engaged in acts of sexual abuse or other sexually inappropriate behavior. This finding was based in part on Rosenfeld’s admissions to the Ramaz School (“Ramaz”) that he inappropriately touched boys. The evidence demonstrated that Rosenfeld’s sexual misconduct became known to Rabbi Sheldon Schwartz (“Rabbi Schwartz”), then an SAR faculty member, when two former students separately disclosed to him that Rosenfeld had inappropriately touched them. The evidence further demonstrates that Rosenfeld’s sexual misconduct also became known to former SAR Principal Rabbi Sheldon Chwat (“Rabbi Chwat”) when a former faculty member reported to him that she observed Rosenfeld touch a boy’s groin area in an office within the School. In addition to learning that Rabbi Schwartz was present at Rosenfeld’s home when the sexual abuse of students occurred, investigators received four reports that Rabbi Schwartz engaged in inappropriate behavior with students at SAR in the 1970s.
Stanley Rosenfeld, Richard Andron, and Albert Goetz (Ramaz)
Investigators found that Stanley Rosenfeld committed sexual abuse while employed at Ramaz. Investigators also discovered that at different times throughout Ramaz’s history, other adults affiliated with Ramaz also committed sexual misconduct of varying types and degrees or engaged in inappropriate relationships with students.
Brian McKeon (Diocese of Rockville Center)
Twenty years before he was drummed out of the priesthood for molesting boys, the Rev. Brian McKeon told the pastor of his first church that he had acted “inappropriately” with a teenager. Nothing, however, was done. McKeon was not removed as a pastor until after a parent from The Church of the Good Shepherd in Holbrook complained to the diocese in June 1998, long after McKeon had left Holbrook. When the priest returned from a treatment center in Canada, he was reassigned to Nassau University Medical Center and allowed to continue performing occasional Masses at St. Anne’s in Garden City, which was his last parish, and as a fill-in priest at Mission Church of Our Lady of Good Counsel in Mattituck. In 25 years as a priest, McKeon served in parishes in Holbrook, East Northport, Garden City and Mattituck. Diocesan spokesman Sean Dolan said Bishop William Murphy removed McKeon from active ministry in fall 2001 following accusations he had sexually molested boys. The pope laicized, or permanently removed, McKeon from the priesthood two years later. McKeon died in 2009.
Romano J. Ferraro (Diocese of Brooklyn)
Romano Ferraro was arraigned in 2002 on charges of child rape and abuse. He was formally removed from ministry in 1988 and was convicted in 2004 of child sexual assault for raping a young boy in the 1970s, according to the New York Times. As the New York Times reported, Ferraro is “believed to have been one of the most prolific priest pedophiles on the Eastern Seaboard.” Ferraro is said to have been transferred within and between Diocese, including the Diocese of Brooklyn and the Diocese of Rockville Centre. He has also served as a priest in New Jersey and Missouri, as well as in Florida and the Philippines. Ferraro has been laicized.
James T. Smith (Diocese of Brooklyn)
Father Smith was placed on administrative leave in 2002 after allegations that he had sexually abused minors. Prior to his leave, Smith reportedly held a part-time job in the domestic violence unit of the Queen’s District Attorney’s Office. A 2003 lawsuit accused Smith of molesting multiple minors, including a girl at Our Lady of Grace Church in Howard Beach during the late 1950s and early 1960s, as well as a boy at Holy Trinity Parish Church in Whitestone during the late 1960s and early 1970s. It has been reported that more than two dozen people have made similar complaints against Smith.
James Cotter (Diocese of Buffalo)
In 2007, the Buffalo News reported that the Diocese of Buffalo transferred Cotter to San Diego, where he then allegedly molested a young boy. A lawsuit was filed in California and accused the Diocese of Buffalo of knowing that Cotter was a pedophile but choosing to transfer him to San Diego in 1978 as part of an arranged “early retirement.” The Diocese of Buffalo has denied knowing of prior accusations against Cotter and stated that they first learned of an accusation against the priest in the mid-1990s.
George Puello, a high-profile figure in Westchester theater, was a brother with the Society of Don Bosco, Order of Salesians, between 1969 and 1971, when the abuse was alleged to have occurred.
Thomas Kreiser was serving at St. Joseph’s parish when he allegedly improperly touched a young girl. He previously worked at St. Patrick’s Church in Yorktown and St. Gregory Barbarigo Church in Garnerville.
James Liguori, executive director of Fordham’s Westchester campus, who previously was president of Iona College, stepped down one day after a lawsuit alleged that he sexually abused a boy who claimed Liguori molested him in 1969 at the Cardinal Farley Military Academy in Dutchess County, which was run by the Christian Brothers.
The Rev. William Burke, who worked at the Marian Shrine in Stony Point, was accused in a lawsuit of molesting a 14-year-old boy in 1987 at a boarding school in Tampa, Florida.
The Rev. Patrick Quigley was convicted of sexual misconduct. He pleaded guilty in December 1994 to a misdemeanor charge after admitting he had offered several young boys money for sex in Haverstraw village. He was sentenced to probation and the archdiocese sent him to a rehabilitation center for alcoholism in Maryland.
Rev. Gary Mead, a Catholic priest from Millwood assigned to St. Gregory Barbarigo parish in Garnerville fondled an undercover police officer and was charged with forcible touching. He was previously assigned to St. Mary’s Church in Wappingers Falls and, in the late 1990s, was parochial vicar at Holy Family parish in New Rochelle.
Rev. Leo Pelkington, who spent 3 1/2 years at Holy Name of Jesus Church before leaving in August 1998, was arrested by police in Connecticut on charges that he fondled two boys in their home.
Dominic Bokulich (DOB 05/07/73) of 81 Hilltop Road, Monticello, New York, formerly resident at St. Felix Friary, 15 Trinity Place, Yonkers, New York, was sentenced to seven years in state prison on his guilty plea to one count of Sexual Abuse in the First Degree, one count of Course of Sexual Conduct Against a Child in the Second Degree, both class “D” Felonies and two counts of Endangering the Welfare of a Child, class “A” Misdemeanors. Between November 2005 and June 2007 Bokulich, also known as Brother Leopold, sexually abused four boys between the ages of four and 14. Some of the incidents took place in Yonkers. Bokulich assaulted the boys both at their home, where he did handiwork for the family, and at a retreat location operated by the Franciscan Friars of the Renewal.
Patrick Sexton, a former priest accused of sexually assaulting students while teaching in Brooklyn in the 1980s, was already teaching at Sacred Heart School in Mount Vernon in 1990 when Education Through Music Inc. of Manhattan began its collaboration with the school’s music program. He was under investigation after allegations surfaced that he fondled choirboys at a Brooklyn parochial school has been teaching at two Catholic elementary schools in Westchester for up to 10 years. He also taught at Corpus Christi School in Port Chester and underwent psychological counseling as early as 1983 after a molestation complaint, church officials said. He also worked at St. Cecilia’s School in Brooklyn in the 1980s.
Four plaintiffs, according to court papers, were recruited to the Salesian Junior Seminary in Goshen, Orange County by the Rev. Frank Nugent, who is also listed as a defendant. The Salesians reached a settlement in 1998 with a Massachusetts woman who charged that she and her two brothers were sexually abused by Nugent. The plaintiffs also charge that they were sexually abused by a former Salesian brother, George Puello, often in their beds at the seminary.
A former Westchester priest was arrested for having sexual relations with a young child, according to police. Joseph Faraone assaulted a child who may have had a mental disability. Faraone spent time at the Church of St. Patrick in Yorktown and St. Francis of Assisi in Mount Kisco.
The Rev. Dozia Wilson was defrocked in 1993. He worked as the spiritual adviser at a home for troubled youths at St. Christopher’s Residential Treatment Center in Dobbs Ferry. He was reassigned from St. Ann’s Church in Albany after parents at Sacred Heart parish complained that the priest had sex with two boys at a motel. Wilson was later reassigned to St. Mary’s in Hudson. Wilson was also a chaplain at the Columbia County jail. He was finally removed him from ministry in 1990 because of more complaints about his alleged behavior with young boys.
A former Pearl River priest and Westchester Catholic school leader accused of sexual abuse was permanently removed from his ministry by the Archdiocese of New York. Monsignor John O’Keefe, who served for more than a decade as president at Archbishop Stepinac High School in White Plains, was suspended from St. Margaret of Antioch Parish in Pearl River after he was accused of sexually abusing a minor on two occasions — in New York and Virginia.
Rabbi Lyle Kamlet was arrested by federal authorities on charges he allegedly possessed and received child pornography. Kamlet formerly worked at the Westchester Day School in Mamaroneck.
Diocese of New York – Laicized Priests
Gennaro “Father Jerry” Gentile, a former pastor of Holy Name of Mary Church in Croton-on-Hudson. He was accused of abuse or improper sexual behavior by at least five families or individuals. Among the accusers, two adult men said they fought off sexual attacks by Gentile during the 1970s in Wappingers Falls and Poughkeepsie. Deacon Albert Mazza was also removed from ministry in 2013.
Lawrence Inzeo, a former pastor of St. Anthony of Padua Church in West Harrison. Arthur Manzione, a former deacon and associate secretary for education for the archdiocese. He was also on staff at St. Anthony of Padua Church when he was removed from ministry in August 2003. Inzeo and Manzione both were accused of abusing a minor two decades ago, when both were assigned to Sacred Heart Church in Newburgh. The archdiocese has said the allegations against them were not related.
- Daniel Calabrese, a former priest at St. Mary’s Church in Poughkeepsie. He was convicted in 1992 of sodomizing a teenage boy in Dutchess County and was removed from ministry. In recent years, he has been living in New Mexico.
- David Carson, a former priest on Staten Island and at St. Paul’s Church in Congers. He has been out of ministry for several years. No accusations against him have been made public.
- Kenneth Jesselli, a former pastor of Holy Name of Mary Church in Croton-on-Hudson. He was removed from ministry in April 2002, but any allegations against him have not been made public. Jesselli’s predecessor at Holy Name of Mary, the Rev. Gennaro Gentile, has also been removed from ministry because of allegations of abuse, but his case has not yet been decided by the Vatican.
- Ralph LaBelle, a former pastor of Sacred Heart Church in Putnam Lake. He was removed in April 2002 after allegations surfaced of a nonsexual but inappropriate relationship with a teenage boy.
- Patrick Quigley, a former associate pastor of Immaculate Conception Church in Stony Point. He pleaded guilty in December 1994 to a misdemeanor charge after admitting he had offered to pay several boys for sex in Haverstraw village. He was removed from ministry and sent for psychiatric treatment.
- Francis Stinner, a former pastor of St. Joseph’s Church in Bronxville. Despite insisting on his innocence, he left the parish in 1997 after several men accused him of abusing them decades before in Orange County. At the time, the archdiocese acknowledged paying for therapy, college and a new car for Stinner’s main accuser. Stinner continued to celebrate Mass at several local parishes until the archdiocese told him to stop in 2002.
Monsignor Charles Kavanagh, former vicar of development for the archdiocese.
John Lennon, the former pastor at St. John the Baptist in Yonkers
John Gallant was removed from ministry in 2002. He was pastor of St. Joan of Arc Church in Sloatsburg and acknowledged having a past affair with a young woman. The woman said she was a 16-year-old student of his when the priest initiated a relationship in 1978.
Richard Gorman was ordained for the Archdiocese of New York in 1982. His first assignment was as an assistant at St. Barnabas in the Bronx. From there he spent three years at Stepinac High School in White Plains before joining the faculty of Spellman High in the Bronx where, from 1997 on, he was in residence. From 1997 to 2004 Gorman was Associate Director of the Department of Social Research for Catholic Charities, after which he is noted in the Official Catholic Directory to have been retired for several years. In the early 2000s he earned a law degree. Gorman served as a judge for the archdiocese’s Metropolitan Tribunal and, from 2010 to 2016, he was the Prison Apostolate director. Gorman was known for his community activism; for over twenty years he was chairman of Community Board 12 in the Bronx.
In mid-2015 a man reported to law enforcement and to the archdiocese that Gorman had sexually abused him when he was a 13-year-old St. Barnabas parishioner. The man said Gorman took him to a church facility in Westchester County, where the abuse took place. The investigations reportedly yielded several additional alleged victims and witnesses. Gorman denied the accusations, which the archdiocese deemed “credible but not yet substantiated.” He was placed on leave in January 2016.
Priests Laicized in the Diocese of Brooklyn for the Sexual Abuse of Minors
- Joseph P. Byrns (ordained in 1969 and was in active ministry until his removal in 2002)
- William E. Finger (ordained in 1962 and was in active ministry until his departure in 1980)
- Stephen Placa (ordained in 1995 and was in active ministry until his departure in 2002)
- Thomas O. Morrow (ordained in 1971 and was in active ministry until his departure in 1987)
- Romano J. Ferraro (ordained in 1960 and was removed from active ministry in 1988)
- Charles M. Mangini (ordained in 1968 and was in active ministry until his removal in 1993)
- Christopher Lee Coleman (ordained in 1994 and was in active ministry until his removal in 2011)
- Robert McConnin (ordained in 1973 and was in active ministry until his removal in 2007)
- Thomas Nohilly (ordained in 1981 and was in active ministry until his removal in 2002)
- Barry E. Ryan (ordained in 1976 and was in active ministry until his removal in 1994)
- Patrick Sexton (ordained in 1977 and was in active ministry until his removal in 1990)
- Daniel J. Sheehan (ordained in 1979 and was in active ministry until his departure in 1998)
Priests Laicized in the Diocese of Buffalo for the Sexual Abuse of Minors
- Douglas F. Faraci
- Fred G. Fingerle (2002)
- Michael R. Freeman (2010)
- Joseph P. Friel (1995)
- Mark M. Friel
- Thomas G. Gresock
- John P. Hajduk
- Michael J. Harrington (1989)
- Brian M. Hatrick
- James F. Hayes (1988)
- Louis J. Hendricks (1990)
- J. Grant Higgins (2016)
- Francis T. Hogan (2010)
- Fred D. Ingalls
- Florian A. Jasinski (1983)
- Gerald C. Jasinski
- Richard P. Judd (1988)
- Timothy J. Kelley
- Thomas L. Kemp
- Richard J. Keppeler (2011)
- John D. Lewandowski (1982)
- Bernard M. Mach (2004)
- Loville N. Martlock (2014)
- Thomas J. McCarthy
- Basil A. Ormsby (1997)
- Norbert F. Orsolits
- Martin L. Pavlock
- Roy K. Ronald (2013)
- Joseph E. Schieder (1996)
- Gerard A. Smyczynski (1999)
- James A. Spielman
- Chester S. Stachewicz
- Edward J. Walker (2002)
- William G. Ward (2008)
- William F. J. White (2016)
- Robert W. Wood
David G. BentleyOrdained in 1975
|1975||Vincentian Institute High School||Albany|
|1976||Cardinal Mcloskey High School||Albany|
|1977||Vincentian Institute High School||Albany|
|1977||Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception||Albany|
|1977–1986||Albany Medical Center Hospital||Albany|
|1984||Albany County Jail||Albany|
|1986||Removed from priestly duties|
|1986–2002||Africa and Ohio|
|2000–2002||Holy Family Catholic Church||Deming, NM|
|2002||Removed from ministry|
Ordained in 1972Although Dozia Wilson was ordained in the Diocese of Albany, he served in the Boston area in the 1970s after he was caught sexually abusing two boys in a motel. Wilson was moved to Boston where he was soon discovered sexually abusing two teenage boys who lived with him in the rectory. He was sent to the House of Affirmation treatment center in 1978. Wilson returned to the Diocese of Albany in 1980. It wasn’t until 1993 that Wilson was laisized. He then went to work for St. Christopher's Inc. residential treatment facility for children in Dobbs Ferry, New York.
|1972–1976||Sacred Heart Parish||Albany|
|1975||La Salle School for Boys||Albany|
|1976–1979||St. Joseph Parish||Boston, MA|
|1980–1981||St. Anne's Catholic Church||Fort Ann|
|1981–1990||St. Mary's Catholic Church||Hudson|
|1981–1990||Columbia County Jail||Hudson|
|1981–1990||Columbia–Greene Community College||Hudson|
|1993–2002||St. Christopher's Residential Treatment Center||Dobbs Ferry|
Ordained in 1963Franciscan Priest / Franciscan Friars of Holy Name
|1969–1986||Bishop Timon - St. Jude High School||South Buffalo|
|1986–2003||St. Joseph's Catholic Church||West Milford, NJ|
|2003||Franciscan friary||location unknown|
William WhiteOrdained in 1958
|1958–1965||Holy Cross Parish School||New York City|
|1965–1975||Archbishop Stepanic High School||White Plains|
|1975–1976||New York Department of Education||New York City|
|1976–1982||Cardinal Spellman High School||New York City|
|1982–1994||Holy Family Parish||New Rochelle|
|1995–2002||St. Vincent De Paul Regional Seminary||Boynton Beach, FL|
|2002||removed from ministry|
Romano J. FerraroOrdained in 1960
|1960–1962||St. Joseph Patron of the Universal Church||Brooklyn|
|1962–1963||St. Rosalia's Catholic Church||Brooklyn|
|1962–1963||Regina Pacis Votive Shrine||Brooklyn|
|1963–1964||St. Lucy's Catholic Church||Brooklyn|
|1964–1968||Holy Family Catholic Church||Brooklyn|
|1968–1969||U.S. Naval Station||Key West, Florida|
|1969–1970||Military Mobile Support Unit||Philippines|
|1975–1977||St. Joseph's Parish||Kings Park|
|1977–1978||St. Francis Xavier||Brooklyn|
|1977–1978||Madonna Residence for the Elderly||Brooklyn|
|1978–1979||Wyckoff Heights Hospital||Queens|
|1980–1981||House of Affirmation||Webster Grove, MO|
|1981–1983||St. Joan of Arc||St. Louis, MO|
|1981–1983||Jewish Hospital||St. Louis, MO|
|1981–1983||Barnes Hospital||St. Louis, MO|
|1983||St. Francis Xavier||Bronx|
|1984||St. James Parish||Woodbridge, NJ|
|1984–1985||Our Lady of Mount Virgin Parish||Middlesex, NJ|
|1985–1986||St. John Vianney Parish||Colonia, NJ|
|1986–1987||Christ the King||Commack|
|1987–1988||St. Rita's Parish||Staten Island|
James T. SmithOrdained in 1956
|1956–1965||Our Lady of Grace Parish||Howard Beach|
|1965–1976||Holy Trinity Parish||Whitestone|
|1976–1980||Our Lady of Hope||Middle Village|
|1980–1989||Our Lady of Mount Carmel||Long Island City|
|1989–2002||St. Kevin Parish||Queens|
|1992–2002||N.Y. District Attorney's Office||Queens|
James H. CotterOrdained in 1950
|1951||St. Mary's Parish||Little Valley|
|1952–1955||St. Aloysius Gonzaga||Cheektowaga|
|1956–1958||Most Precious Blood||Angola|
|1959–1965||St. Cecelia Parish||Oakfield|
|1965–1978||Our Lady of Lourdes Parish||Bemus Point|
|unknown||Notre Dame High School||Batavia|
|1978||retired||San Diego, CA|
|1980s||Boy Scouts of America||San Diego, CA|
|1980s||Nazareth Catholic Elementary School||San Diego, CA|
James / Jamie LaraOrdained in 1973
|1974–1976||St. Barbara's Parish||Brooklyn|
|1977–1985||St. Francis Xavier Parish||Brooklyn|
|1986–1989||St. Patrick's Parish||Long Island City|
|unknown||P.S. 321 Summer PRogram||Brooklyn|
|unknown||Columbia University||New York|
|1995–2009||Yale University||New Haven, CT|
|2011||Notre Dame University||South Bend, IN|
|2013–2017||Arizona State University||Tempe, AZ|
Adam ProchaskiOrdained in 1968
|1969–1994||Holy Cross Parish||Queens|
|2005–2007||Creedmoor Addiction Treatment Counselor||Queens|
Patrick SextonOrdained in 1977
|1979–1986||St. Cecelia's Parish||Greenpoint Brooklyn|
|1987–1989||St. Patrick's Parish||Long Island City|
|1990||St. Mark's Parish||Brooklyn|
|2000||Sacred Heart School||Brooklyn|
|unknown||Corpus Cristi School||Port Chester|
|2005–2006||Our Lady of Victory||Brooklyn|
Liam O'DohertyOrdained in 1965
|1968||St. Joseph's Parish||Malone|
|1969–1971||St. Patrick's Parish||Port Henry|
|1972–1973||St. Mary's Parish||Clayton|
|1974–1979||St. Ann's Church||St. Regis Falls|
|1979–1993||St. Andrew's Parish||Sackets Harbor|
|1993–1998||St. Michael's Parish||Antwerp|
|2002||removed from ministry|
|2003||Vianney Renewal Center||Ditmer, MO|
Charles H. EckermannDiocese of Syracuse
|1967–1984||Bishop Ludden High School||Syracuse|
|1977–1984||St. John the Baptist Parish||Syracuse|
|1985||St. Mary of the Assumption Parish||Binghamton|
|1988–2001||St. Ann's Parish||Manlius|
|2014||removed from ministry|
John GormleyRochester Diocese
|1957||St. Bernard's Seminary||Rochester|
|1960||St. Mary's of the Lake||Watkins Glen|
|1966||St. John the Evangelist Church||Clyde|
|1971||removed from ministry||Rochester|
William AuthenriethBrooklyn Diocese
|1962–1973||St. Vincent Ferrer||Brooklyn|
|1973–1974||Holy Spirit||Mims, FL|
|1974–1976||St. John Vianney||Orlando, FL|
|1976–1978||All Souls Parish||Sanford, FL|
|1978–1983||St. Mary's Parish||Rockledge, FL|
|1983||All Souls||Sanford, FL|
|1984–1985||Our Lady of Lourdes Parish||Melbourne, FL|
|1985||St. Patrick Parish||Mount Dora, FL|
Enrique Diaz JimenezBrooklyn Diocese
Ordained 1977 (Venezuela)
|1983||Arrives in the United States||Brooklyn|
|1983–1986||St. Leo Parish||Corona|
|Our Lady or Sorrows||Corona|
Anthony J. FaillaBrooklyn Diocese
|1962–1970||St. Mary Star of the Sea||Brooklyn|
|1971–1975||St. Michael - St. Edwards||Brooklyn|
|1978–1997||St. Finbar's Parish||Brooklyn|
|1997||moved to Florida|
|2000||St. Joan's Parish||Boca Raton, FL|
Michael SalernoBrooklyn Diocese
|1968||Became a Pallotine Order of Brothers|
|1968–1969||Queen of Apostles||Sag Harbor|
|1969–1971||Our Lady of the Rosary of Pompeii||Brooklyn|
|1971–1978||All Saints (Pallotine Order)||Brooklyn|
|1978–1984||Queen of Apostles||Sag Harbor|
|1984–1987||Bishop of Eustace High School||Pennsauken, NJ|
|1987–1990||My Brother's Place||Brooklyn|
|1990–1997||Our Lady of the Rosary of Pompeii||Brooklyn|
|1990–1997||Our Lady of the Rosary of Pompeii||Brooklyn|
|1997–2007||St. Leo's Parish||Baltimore, MD|
|2012||removed from ministry|
Donald J. CrosbySyracuse Diocese
|1963||St. Mary Church||Cleveland|
|1963–1969||St. Matthew Church||Syracuse|
|1969–1975||Utica Catholic Academy (became Notre Dame High School)||Utica|
|1975||resigns from priesthood|
|1975–2003||Soule Road Middle School||Utica|
John ZederSyracuse Diocese
|1954||St. Ambrose Parish||Endicott|
|1956–1967||Seton High School||Endicott|
|1969||St. Anthony's Paris||Endicott|
|1969–1970||St. Patrick's Parish||Chittenango|
|1970–1978||St. James Mission Society||Ecuador|
|1979–1982||St. Mary's Parish||Cortland|
|1985–1986||sabbatical||University of California|
|1988–1991||Mater Die Institute||Spokane, WA|
|1989||St. Anthony's Parish||Endicott|
|1992–1998||St. Ann Parish||Parish|
|2003||St. Pius X retirement home||Syracuse|
|2003–2016||Tommy Coyne residence for priests||Syracuse|
Bernard CasperRochester Diocese
|1963||Servants of Paraclete||Albuquerque, NM|
|1970||Unity Home for Veterans||Auburn|
|1970–2002||St. Mary's Parish||Auburn|
|1970s||St. Patrick's Parish||Albany|
Albert Kenneth Jungers
Boy Scouts of Canada
Boy Scout IV File dated August 13, 1983
Cooperstown, New York
Fly Creek, New York
In 1983, Jungers was actively involved in Boy Scouts of Canada, and was placed in the BSA’s Ineligible Volunteer File after he allegedly pled guilty to molesting two young boys during a campout at his home. He was an Anglican priest at the time and was serving as the Boy Scouts’ District Chaplain. In 1987, Junger registered for Scouting in Cooperstown, New York, and in 1989 he registered for Scouting in Fly Creek, New York where he served as Unit Commissioner. Years later, in 1991, Jungers was again removed from Scouting based on the 1983 molestation incidents and again placed in the BSA’s Ineligible Volunteer File.
Alan Miles Dean
Finger Lakes Council
Added to IV Files on June 20, 1985
Rochester, New York
Geneva, New York
In 1985, Dean was placed in BSA’s Ineligible Volunteer File after it was allegedly reported that he was convicted of second degree sodomy involving a twelve-year-old boy from Troop 130 in Marian, New York. The sexual abuse occurred in 1982. Prior to this time, it was alleged concerns of sexual abuse were raised about Dean but he was able to continue volunteering with Scouts.
Kenneth Allan Dingman
Lewiston Trail Council, Inc.
Added to IV File on February 24, 1971
Lockport, New York
Albion, New York
In 1971, Dingman was placed in BSA’s Ineligible Volunteer File after it was reported that he had “psychological problems.” He was later reported to have sexually abused a 12-year-old boy in 1974. Yet, in 1975, BSA allowed Dingman to continue in Scouting on “probationary” basis despite having pleaded guilty to sexually abusing a minor.
Michael Mooney Sr.
Suffolk County Council
Added to IV File on March 9, 1989
East Patchogue, New York
Blue Point, New York
In 1984, the Narragansett Council reported that Maloney showed “poor judgment” and allegedly gave alcohol to Scouts and suggested some sexual activity while at Yawgoog Scout Reservation, however it does not appear he was placed in the BSA’s Ineligible Volunteer File until 1989. Later, in 1991, it was discovered that Mooney was registered as a Merit Badge Counselor with the Suffolk County Council.
Rip Van Winkle Council
Greater New York Councils
Added to IV File on October 24, 1966
New York, New York
New Paltz, New York
In 1966, Santorelli was placed in BSA’s Ineligible Volunteer File after it was reported that he was alleged convicted of “impairing the morals of a minor.” In 1980, it was found that Santorelli was involved with Scouting in the Rip Van Winkle, Council near Kingston, New York. At that time, Santorelli was again removed from his position in Scouting.
Diocese of Ogdensburg
On Tuesday, November 13, 2018, the Roman Catholic Diocese of Ogdensburg posted this “list of offenders,” priests who it says have been credibly accused of sexual misconduct since 1950:
- Fay Ager
- Joseph Conti (deceased)
- Joseph Degen (deceased)
- Robert Duford (deceased)
- John Fallon (deceased)
- Ronald Farchette
- Bruce Favreau
- Edward Franklin (deceased)
- Theodore Gillette (deceased)
- John Hunt (deceased)
- Edwin Kennedy (deceased)
- John Kennedy (deceased)
- Emile Lalonde (deceased)
- James Larche
- Roger Martin (deceased)
- Gerald McGrath (deceased)
- Roland Menard
- Liam O’Doherty
- Albert Plante (deceased)
- Gerald Sharland (deceased)
- Robert Shurtleff
- Thomas Squires
- George Tobin (deceased)
- Michael Toth
- Clark White
- John Wiley (deceased)
- David Wisniewski
- Paul Worczak
Diocese of Rochester
Cases concluded canonically by dismissal or prayer and penance
- Thomas Burr Prayer and Penance
- Thomas Corbett Prayer and Penance
- Robert Hammond Prayer and Penance
- William Lum Prayer and Penance
- Vincent Panepinto Prayer and Penance
- David Simon Prayer and Penance
- Francis Vogt Prayer and Penance (deceased)
- Robert Winterkorn Prayer and Penance (deceased)
- Paul Schnacky Prayer and Penance
- Eugene Emo Dismissed from the clerical state
- Dennis Sewar Dismissed from the clerical state
- Dennis Shaw Dismissed from the clerical state
Cases concluded canonically by voluntary laicization
- Albert Cason (deceased)
- Paul Cloonan (deceased)
- Gerard Guli
- Joseph Larrabee
- Foster Rogers
- Michael Volino
Complaints unresolved due to death of accused cleric
- David Gramkee
- Robert O’Neill
- John Steger
- Conrad Sundholm
Complaints received after the death of a cleric and publicized
- David Bonin