reaction too slow
As an alumnus of King’s College, I read with great interest the report of Travelers Casualty & Surety Co. filing suit against Erin Savitski trying to recoup the $57,399 she allegedly took from the college while employed as director of human resources.
It was not that long ago the newspaper reported Father John Ryan’s efforts at cost-cutting measures taken to get the college back on a solid financial footing and the successful completion of that task.
Savitski’s alleged actions would contradict the mission of the entire college community.
I’m glad King’s apparently had the proper insurance protection and suffered no monetary loss.
I am, however, embarrassed the college seemingly lacked the fortitude to pursue the legal system for more than a year.
Perhaps a fervent act of contrition and 10 Hail Mary’s is all the college requires.
Such a deal!
Joseph C. Giunta
Class of 1970