Anthony Sinagoga ’16
Bachelor of Arts, Criminal Justice
Fort Riley, Kansas is home to Gannon alumnus Anthony Sinagoga ’16, along with his wife and three dogs. Anthony attended Gannon via a ROTC scholarship and is now serving our country in the United States Army by ensuring mission readiness of his soldiers both at home and abroad. He also acts as a senior law enforcement official at Fort Riley Army Base.
Fittingly, Anthony studied Criminal Justice at Gannon. He recently shared with us that, “the education I received at Gannon prepared me to deal with complex problems, as well as helping individuals overcome challenges in life.” While a student, Anthony was involved in ROTC, Delta Sigma Phi, and Alpha Phi Sigma. His favorite memory from his years at Gannon is representing Gannon and the ROTC program by presenting the colors at a Pittsburgh Penguins hockey game. Anthony’s honors include Gannon’s Founders Day ROTC Award, Basic Officer Leader Course Commandant’s List, and being a Distinguished Military Graduate.
During his free time, Anthony enjoys hunting, fishing, target shooting and swimming. His advice to our current students and recent graduates is “Work hard. Love what you do. Take care of those who work with and for you. The rest will take care of itself.”
Anthony’s involvement with ROTC, coupled with a degree in criminal justice, serves as just one example of the numerous possibilities available to Gannon graduates. Gannon University thanks Anthony for his service to our country.
(published October 2017)