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SUNY Poly Love Stories

This Valentine's Day, read some of your fellow alumni stories where they found their loved ones!

Couple Jim Rogler ’20: We met when we were paired up together in our open house group. After parting ways Carissa went to Mohawk for her first FYS class and was locked out since she was a commuter. I just so happened to be doing laundry that morning and let her in. Later that day we met AGAIN in the bookstore. She was late for a class so we didn’t get to talk much. Later we got around to our first date and the rest is history. We had engagement pictures done on the infamous bridge and we got married 10.08.22 alongside our entire SUNY Poly family that we met along the way. We owe our lives and every one of our close friends to SUNY Poly.


Denise Edwards ’11: My husband Jeremiah Edwards and I met during freshman orientation in the summer of 2007. He was an upper classman working the orientation and I was an incoming student. My orientation roommates mother said at the end she knew we would be married. We didn't spend much time together so it's funny that she could see that. When classes started, I learned that I not only lived in the same building but my bedroom was right above his. What a coincidence! Jeremiah went on to work for the school after his graduation and returned to live on campus once again. We welcomed our first child while living on campus in 2012 and got married shortly after in 2013. We've had some major milestones on campus and it will forever be a huge part of our lives.


Jessica Jessica Basi ’05: We didn't meet during out time at SUNY Poly but we both graduated the same year. Joe, my husband graduated with his Bachelor's Degree and I with my Master's Degree. We also walked the beautiful campus weekly when we were expecting our son and when it got too cold outside, we would use the inside track above the basketball court. SUNY Poly has a very special place in our hearts and we are so proud of our SUNY Poly roots.
Koren Callinan-Creamer ’92: Will and I met in 1990 at SUNY Tech at a Business Club meeting event. We married in 1995. We live in Westchester County with our two boys (26 & 22).

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