Keith J. Kelly | Feb. 10, 2013 | New York Post
Jimmy Dunne, the principal and senior managing principal of Wall Street firm Sandler O’Neill, is credited with being a driving force in saving the firm in the dark days after 9/11. “Not a day goes by that I don’t think about 9/11,” he told the crowd at a Notre Dame Club of New York dinner at the Union League Club on Thursday night.
Dunne, Notre Dame class of ’78, admitted that he has had a lifelong passion for his school, but never in all his years had he managed to contribute 1 cent to the local branch of Notre Dame boosters.
But this year, he offered to make amends on the home front.