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Brockport Foundation Annual Report 2011

Mission Statement of the Brockport Foundation

The mission of the Brockport Foundation is to seek, secure and steward philanthropic support to advance The College at Brockport in its commitment to student success. Since 1976, the Brockport Foundation has partnered with The College at Brockport to foster a culture of philanthropy that honors and supports our mission of student success. The Foundation, in collaboration with the Offices of Development and Alumni Relations, oversees the investment and financial management of all gifts to the College. This group of committed volunteers dedicates its time, talent, and treasure to help ensure that sustainable funding for scholarships, academic and facility enhancements, and special events is available so that we may continue to provide our students with a transformational educational experience.

Mission Statement of The College at Brockport State University of New York

The College at Brockport State University of New York is committed to providing a liberal arts and professional education—at both the undergraduate and graduate level—for those who have the necessary ability and motivation to benefit from high quality public higher education; Has the success of its students as its highest priority, emphasizing student learning, and encompassing admission to graduate and professional schools, employment, and civic engagement in a culturally diverse society and in globally interdependent communities; and Is committed to advancing teaching, scholarship, creative endeavors, and service to the College community and the greater society by supporting the activities of an outstanding faculty and staff.

The 2011 Annual Report reflects gifts made between July 1, 2010 – June 30, 2011.

Table of Contents Brockport Foundation Board.................................................................................... 3 A Message from the President of the Foundation.................................................. 4 A Message from the President of the College......................................................... 5 Giving Back: The McCue Scholarship..................................................................... 6 Year in Review............................................................................................................. 8 Planned Giving Society............................................................................................ 14 Lifetime Giving Societies......................................................................................... 15 Annual Giving Societies.......................................................................................... 16 Faculty, Staff and Emeriti ....................................................................................... 18 Student Families....................................................................................................... 21 Friends ...................................................................................................................... 24 Corporations, Foundations and Others................................................................ 25 Alumni Donors......................................................................................................... 26 Honors and Memorials............................................................................................ 33 Endowed and Annual Scholarships....................................................................... 36 Gift to the Sciences and Fall Classic....................................................................... 38 President’s Donor Recognition Dinner................................................................. 39 Brockport Foundation Financial Reports............................................................. 40 Gift Officers............................................................................................................... 43 Ways to Give.............................................................................................................. 44

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Brockport Foundation Board OFFICERS Diane McCue ’77 Chair General Manager, Printing Plate Business, Eastman Kodak Company, Retired Mary Worboys-Turner Immediate Past Chair Community Volunteer Joseph Doody ’74 Vice Chair President, North American Delivery, Staples R. Scott Flieger ’77 Treasurer Managing Director, Deutsch Bank Securities Inc. Maureen Casey ’83 Esq. Secretary Executive Director, Military & Veteran Affairs JP Morgan Chase & Co. Roxanne Johnston President, Ex Officio Vice President for Advancement The College at Brockport

DIRECTORS Mark Aesch ’88 Chief Executive Officer, Rochester Genesee Regional Transportation Authority Robert Baden ’79 President, Rochester Software Associates, Inc. Nicholas Billotti ’73 President and Chief Executive Officer, Turner International Flor Colon, Esq. Associate General Counsel, Xerox Corporation Michael Doyle ’80 Regional Vice President, Entercom Scott Farrell ’89 Owner, Farrell Files Radio Show on 10 Connects, Tampa, FL Glenn Goldberg ’80 President, Information and Media Services, McGraw-Hill Companies John R. Halstead, PhD President, The College at Brockport, Ex Officio Charlotte “Chuckie” Holstein ’46 Executive Director, F.O.C.U.S. Greater Syracuse Marc Iacona President, Simcona Electronics Corporation Lois Irwin Director, Provider Services, UltraMobile Imaging Warren Kozireski ’82/’95 President, Brockport Alumni Association Christopher Leichtweis ’83 President, Homeland Security Capital Corporation; CEO, SEC Holdings Corporation Jacques Lipson, MD Internal Medicine Practitioner Robert Marino ’69 Chairman, Board of Directors, Syniverse Holdings, Inc. Eric May ’11 President, Brockport Student Government, Ex Officio Charles Nesbitt President and Commissioner, New York State Division of Tax Appeals and Tax Appeals Tribunal Robert Pepe ’01 Chief Financial Officer, LaBella Associates, P.C. Margaret Preska ’57, PhD President Emerita, Minnesota State University Mankato William Rock, PhD Distinguished Service Professor Emeritus, The College at Brockport Louis Spiro ’82 Vice President, Administration and Finance, The College at Brockport, Ex Officio Jose Torre, PhD President, College Senate, The College at Brockport 3

A Message from the President of the Foundation

The past year has been one filled with blessings and growth, and I am humbled by your generosity. It is indeed an honor to lead the alumni and development operations for The College at Brockport, and this past year has truly been an amazing one as we continue to build a culture of philanthropy and alumni connectedness. We are working to promote student philanthropy, asking our current students to pay it forward before they even call Brockport their alma mater. And once they graduate, we are engaging our alumni in our new Young Alumni Program. We also are reaching out to alumni across the US and increasing our national presence on the Alumni Association Board and Brockport Foundation Board. Foundation Board Chair Diane McCue ’77 is helping to lead that effort. I hope you’ll enjoy reading our story in this year’s Annual Report on Diane and her husband, Jerry. The McCues are generous benefactors of the College and share our passion for student success. The Foundation also is supporting President John R. Halstead’s goal of increasing the College’s visibility on a national level. We seek to do this by engaging with our donors to create more scholarships and faculty excellence funds and to support programs that encourage student engagement, such as the Institute for Engaged Learning. We are truly grateful for all of your support, whether it’s for academics, athletics, the arts, scholarship or unrestricted. Thank you for all that you have done for the College in 2011. I look forward to collaborating with you in 2012! Warmest regards,

Roxanne Johnston Vice President of Advancement President, Brockport Foundation

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A Message from the President of The College at Brockport

The theme of my annual Faculty and Staff Convocation Address this past August was “Thinking and Acting Strategically.” This was an appropriate title in many ways, not the least of which was due to the July 1, 2011, launch of our new Strategic Plan: 2011-2016. This latest iteration of our dynamic strategic plan has as its core message a focus on the student experience with the expectation that important indicators of success – graduation rates, retention rates and student satisfaction – will rise. This is also in keeping with some of the benchmarks just recently promulgated by SUNY and our goals have some “crosswalks” with The Power of SUNY, but this is our plan driving our bright future. Thinking and acting strategically also correlates to the allocation of resources and the hiring of key positions. Examples from the latter half of 2011 include Dr. Dan Petree, founding dean for the School of Business Administration and Economics, and Dr. Jimmy Jung, assistant vice president for enrollment management. These are indeed two strategic hires that will advance our College during the coming years and pay benefit for our valued students. For those of you that haven’t visited our campus in recent years, you might want to plan a visit during next year’s Homecoming Weekend. In addition to the normal reunion festivities, the ribbon cutting and dedication for the Special Events Recreation Center is slated for September 14. This game-changing facility promises to provide world-class academic, recreational, and athletic facilities to students, faculty, staff, and the Greater Rochester community. It will also help to drive the economy of western New York and attract countless visitors and exciting venues to our campus. On the financial front, several years of continual and deep budget cuts were slightly off-set by the passing of NYSUNY2020 legislation, which provided a rational five-year tuition plan. We will continue to work with SUNY, Governor Cuomo and our elected officials to advocate for The College at Brockport and ensure public higher education remains a high priority in this state. Last year in this letter I wrote that I felt we were on the cusp of our College’s next phase. With Brockport continuing to rise in national rankings for quality and value and the launch of our latest strategic plan, we are indeed poised for even greater success. I can’t underestimate, however, the importance of private support to achieving the goals and plans we have set in motion. I want to offer my personal thanks for the leadership and hard work of our volunteer Brockport Foundation. Past, current, and future students of The College at Brockport have and will receive outstanding educational opportunities otherwise unattainable without the commitment of our dedicated Foundation, and to all of the many friends of Brockport who support our vision. With gratitude,

John R. Halstead, Ph.D. President

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Giving Back:

The McCue Scholarship qualified recipients for the scholarship, they opted to pay the full tuition for four years for both scholars. The influence the McCues had on Racheal led her to become a young philanthropist, annually awarding $1,000 a year to a nursing student. And this measure of generosity is all the McCues ever hoped for when they established their award. “The defining moment was when one of our students started her own scholarship,” said Jerry. “We knew that our scholarship was getting a real rate of return because now the College was getting a scholarship from the new generation.” Diane agrees.“I think that it’s really important that we build that culture of philanthropy,” said Diane. “You look at the example of Racheal. We did that for her and said, ‘We don’t want anything. We just want you to pay it forward.’ ” When Diane was an undergraduate at Brockport, the Brockport Foundation had not been formed. Scholarships were few, and philanthropy at the State University of New York schools was virtually non-

“I think that it’s really important that we build that culture of philanthropy.” — Diane

Jerry and Diane ’77 McCue By Mary E. McCrank ’06 Three years ago, a young Brockport alumnus working as a captain in the US Army Nurse Corps in Washington, DC, created a scholarship for nursing majors following in her footsteps. Racheal Mastin Wood ’05, who received her bachelor’s degree cum laude in nursing and biological sciences, knew what it was like to receive financial support while

studying in a program that is known as one of the most intensive and competitive at The College at Brockport. After all, she and her twin sister, Bethany Mastin ’04, who received her bachelor’s degree in criminal justice and psychology, were the first recipients of the McCue Scholarship, which was created in 2002 at Brockport by Diane ’77 and Jerry McCue. When the McCues discovered that the twins from Dansville, NY, were both 6

existent. Giving back to a school alma mater was unheard of. “I didn’t even know that it was possible,” said Diane, who now serves as chair of the Brockport Foundation Board of Directors and is playing a key position as the College undertakes the most ambitious comprehensive campaign in its history. Diane retired in March as one of the highest-ranking female executives at Eastman Kodak Co. As World Wide General Manager and Corporate Vice President (Global Printing Plates), she even enjoyed the corner office once occupied by George Eastman. Jerry serves as First Vice

“To be deemed the winner of the McCue Scholarship instills confidence and motivation for me to strive and make my dreams of becoming a nurse a reality in the near future,” said Seyboth. “I plan to make the most of this unique opportunity by aiming high and settling for nothing less than my very best.” President–Investments for Merrill Lynch Global Wealth Management in Pittsford. Now, the McCues have made it their mission to support the education of young scholars. Another recipient of their scholarship, Amanda L. Wood ’10/’11, opted to go on to graduate school at Brockport after receiving her bachelor’s degree in accounting magna cum laude in 2010. The McCues picked up the fifth year of tuition for Amanda, and in 2011 the Painted Post, NY, native received her master’s degree in accounting. Current recipient Stacy Seyboth is in her sophomore year at Brockport and intends to major in nursing. When the McCues were notified that a $300-per-year tuition increase had been approved for SUNY schools, they immediately agreed to pick up the extra cost, once again paying for the full tuition of their latest scholarship recipient. Diane said her Brockport education prepared her for the various positions she

held at Kodak, because she learned how to work in teams and with people she didn’t know. “To me, that was one of the best things I learned — how to work in a team, get a project done and learn other people’s best practices, she said. “It makes you open your mind to the ways other people think and approach a problem.” Jerry added, “The thing that is most important is making sure that the recipients become very productive members of society soon after they graduate.” The first in her family to attend college, with her older sister following suit, Diane grew up in the close-knit community of Gowanda, NY, outside of Buffalo. “I don’t think I ever remember there was ever a choice,” she said. “We were going to go to college.” Her mother worked in the business office at the local high school, and her father sold insurance and worked for the US Postal Service. Her paternal grandfather was a painter and paternal grandmother worked in the laundry business. Her maternal grandfather was a farmer and road construction worker and maternal grandmother was a tax collector. “I had enormous support from the women in my family to do this,” said Diane, adding that her grandmothers and parents helped pay part of her tuition. “They were always there with some dollars to help me get through school. Not that they could always help me academically,” she said. A native of South Glens Falls, NY, Jerry’s mother was a nurse and his father was an electrical engineer. Diane said her college experience was different than Jerry’s since she was a firstgeneration student. “I think I was a little bit lost. You’ve got to find your own way. I think by the time I was

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there in my second year, I knew I wanted to find a curriculum where I could find a job,” said Diane, who double majored in computer science and business. “I was good at it and liked it and knew from the older kids that they were getting jobs. I thought, ‘OK, I am going in this direction, and I can get a job.’ ” “Going to school at Brockport, Kodak

“You have a quality of life that you never expected, so there’s a social responsibility to share the knowledge, share the wealth and to give back.” — Jerry was the icon,” Diane said. Yet, the year she graduated, Kodak wasn’t recruiting, so she headed to Dayton, Ohio, to work for NCR. The next year, when Kodak resumed recruiting Brockport alumni, Diane would end up making a move back home to work for a company where she made her lifelong career and provided her with the opportunity to travel the globe. Jerry goes on to say, “You have a quality of life that you never expected, so there’s a social responsibility to share the knowledge, share the wealth and to give back.” Diane said one of the best experiences she has had as a Brockport donor is meeting the students, seeing them come in as freshmen and watching them mature into graduates. “It’s an honor to be on the Foundation Board and to find ways to support the College and the students,” she said. “We’re all desiring the same thing,” she said of the Foundation Board — student success and helping to build that success.

Year in Review Highlights

July 2010

August

• The Rochester Educational Opportunity Center held a groundbreaking ceremony for its new facility on Chestnut Street in downtown Rochester. REOC, sponsored, in part, by the College, is the only tuition-free adult training facility in the area. The new building was purchased in 2008 and renovations were completed in 2011. The five-story building will house the adult academic and career training programs. The facility includes state-of-the art classrooms, a 500-seat multipurpose area, a cosmetology salon and culinary bistro.

• The Princeton Review selected Brockport as one of 218 institutions receiving its “Best in the Northeast” designation. The College was profiled in The Best Northeastern Colleges: 2011 Edition. The education services company surveys students to rate their own schools on several issues and answer questions about themselves, their fellow students and campus life. • The College was ranked 67th among regional universities in the North region in the 2011 edition of U.S. News & World Report’s “America’s Best Colleges” guide, an exclusive ranking of more than 1,400 schools nationwide. The US News staff ranks colleges based on, among other categories, the academic profile of incoming students, graduation rates, percentage of alumni who donate to their alma maters and the school’s reputation among peers.

• More than 30 Rochester-area girls enrolled in middle school participated in the Leadership Academy for Girls, a residential camp focused on leadership development for success in high school, college, careers and life. The camp, which for many is their first exposure to higher education, sends the message that a college degree is accessible and achievable for those who desire it. The Rochester Women’s Giving Circle Fund at Rochester Area Community Foundation provided a grant to fund 10 of the participants.

• The College was named a “Military Friendly School” by GI Jobs magazine for the second year in a row. The list honors the top 15 percent of colleges, universities and trade schools which are doing the most to embrace America’s veterans as students.

• Iskra Alex Alexandrov, the College’s director of broadcast operations and prize-winning classical accordionist, was featured in an Eastman School of Music Summer Concert Series. Alexandrov served as concertmaster for the National Accordion Orchestra of Bulgaria, who traveled widely throughout Europe before escaping Communist Bulgaria in the 1980s.

• The College welcomed 1,065 first-year students for a total enrollment of 8,650. The freshmen participated in a Saturday of Service, rolling up their sleeves to perform community service. On Sunday, the College officially welcomed the freshmen, as well as 900 new transfer students during Convocation. 8

September

October

• Television, Broadway and film actress and activist, Phylicia Rashad delivered the keynote address at the College’s 10th Annual Diversity Conference. Rashad delivered a poetic 20-minute talk about the crucial role a semester in Mexico played in her understanding the meaning of diversity. SUNY Chancellor Nancy L. Zimpher, who attended the talk, stated the conference is a “marvelous hallmark of SUNY’s commitment to diversity.”

• The second annual Men of Color Summit brought more than 60 students from area colleges and the Rochester City School District to campus. Summit workshops, revolving around the theme “The Measure of a Man: Mind, Body and Spirit,” included sessions on mentoring, health, career and personal relationships. The Summit, is collaboration between the College’s Office of Community Development and The College Doctor, LLC, it is intended to give men of color the opportunity to connect, learn and find support from successful men of color who have successfully navigated the rigors of education and professional careers.

• Constitution Day 2010 at Brockport brought celebration for 66 new US citizens from 34 different countries who took the formal Oath of Allegiance during naturalization ceremonies on campus.

• The College received a $1.5 million grant to renovate a science building from the National Science Foundation. The grant will be used to renovate Smith Hall, a classroom and laboratory building housing the Departments of Chemistry, Physics and Computational Science, as well as an aquaculture laboratory used by faculty and students in the Department of Environmental Science and Biology.

• Eunice Kennedy Shriver Stadium was christened during a Homecoming football game to recognize the founder of the International Special Olympics who brought the Games to campus in 1979. Formerly known as Special Olympics Stadium, the 10,000-seat facility — the largest on-campus stadium of its kind for an NCAA Division III college — was re-dedicated in a half-time ceremony during the Brockport-College of New Jersey Homecoming football game on Sept. 25, which was the first annual international Eunice Kennedy Shriver Day.

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November

December

• Pulitzer Prize winning poet C.K. Williams delivered the College’s 7th annual Writer’s Voice lecture to a packed audience. Williams delivered a moving and at times humorous reading, providing context and background for many of his poems. He has published many books of poetry, including Repair, which was awarded the 2000 Pulitzer Prize; The Singing, which won the National Book Award for 2003; and Flesh and Blood, the winner of the National Book Critics Circle Prize in 1987. The Writer’s Voice lecture is sponsored by M&T Bank.

• Library, Information and Technology Services held its first Electronic Gadget Expo in Drake Memorial Library, drawing 120 faculty, staff and students ready to explore education applications and how technology can be used in and outside of the classroom. Exhibits featured Kindles, Nooks, iPads, SmartPens, Webcams, digital cameras, Skype and more. • For the 26th year, the College sponsored Holiday Helping Hands to provide goods to underprivileged families in the area. Faculty, staff and students “adopted” 13 families, offering them groceries, clothing, toys and household items.

• The College named its basketball facility within the Tuttle Athletics Complex in honor of former basketball All-Americans James “Jim” Vlogianitis ’94 and John Vlogianitis ’95. The twins, who led Brockport to the 1994 SUNYAC Basketball Championship — its first since the mid-1970s — and were instrumental in the program’s turnaround to a conference power over the last 15 years, made a significant gift to the Brockport Foundation that allowed the College to name the facility in their honor.

• The College received the largest ever gift in support of the sciences from Professor Emeritus J. Emory Morris. Dr. Morris made a gift commitment of $1.1 million to endow a scholarship in the sciences and to expand funding available to support opportunities for undergraduate students to pursue research in chemistry and biochemistry during the summer break. Dr. Morris has been a long-time advocate of student research, founding the Morris Fellowships for Summer Research in Chemistry in 1988.

• Members of the Student Social Work Organization and supporters camped out overnight on campus to raise funds for the House of Mercy, a local homeless shelter during Tent City Project. This national initiative is sponsored twice each year on the campus. Brockport students, employers and volunteers of Habitat for Humanity and others reside in cardboard boxes for the two-day event. The participants, who set up their boxes in the center of campus, aim to raise awareness for homelessness in Rochester and beyond.

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January 2011

February

• WinterSession ’11 offered the chance for students to partake in study abroad experiences designed as part of the curriculum. Six Brockport undergraduate and graduate students traveled to Antarctica, the southernmost continent on earth. History Professor James Spiller, PhD, led a two-week trip to this forbidding, icy continent. After completing a fall semester course about the history, politics and critical environmental research in Antarctica, students were well prepared to directly experience the glaciers and Antarctic wildlife that are environmental bellwethers of global climate change. And a Brockport communication class got hands-on experience in the history of civil rights and America while helping to restore a piece of history during a service learning trip to Memphis, Tennessee. Students performed service work at the Zion Cemetery Project, by helping to reclaim an abandoned 16-acre black cemetery that contains the graves of 23,000 people, some of whom were slaves. They also took field trips to civil rights sites in Memphis; Jackson, Mississippi; and in the Mississippi Delta region. The capstone experience was a visit to the site of Martin Luther King Jr.’s final speech, the National Civil Rights Museum at the Lorraine Motel, where Dr. King was assassinated, and observation of Martin Luther King Jr. Day in Memphis.

• Scholar Eddie Glaude, Jr., PhD, delivered a passionate talk for the College’s Martin Luther King, Jr., Memorial Lecture. Glaude, chair of the Center for African American Studies and the William S. Tod Professor of Religion and African American Studies at Princeton University, is widely regarded as one of the brightest young intellectuals in the US today. Glaude stated that obscured in the celebration of his life, King’s deradicalization makes us forget his fight for the dignity and standing of every human being. If King were alive today, Glaude told the audience, “He would come to unsettle us, challenge us.” • The Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs, a specialized accrediting body recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation, granted re-accreditation to the following programs in the College’s Department of Counselor Education: Mental Health Counseling, School Counseling and College Counseling. • Farida Jalalzai, PhD, ’96, visited Brockport to deliver a lecture, “Women, Presidents and Prime Ministers: A Global Perspective and Implications for Democracy.” The talk was sponsored by the American Democracy Project and the Department of Political Science and International Studies in honor of the College’s 175th Anniversary. Jalalzai’s research analyzes the representation and behavior of women and minorities in politics and the role of gender in the political arena. Her work focuses on female national leaders, gender and campaign coverage, and the behavior of political widows compared to the husbands they replaced in Congress.

• The College was ranked for the fourth consecutive year among Kiplinger’s “100 Best Values in Public Colleges,” a list that ranks schools based on a combination of top-flight academics and affordable costs. The College ranked 63rd. Kiplinger 100 were ranked according to academic quality, including admission and retention rates, student-faculty ratios and four- and six-year graduation rates, as well as on cost and financial aid.

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March

April

• The College held the exhibit “E.E. Cummings: Painter and Poet” in the Tower Fine Arts Center Gallery. Brockport’s repository is the largest single collection of artworks by noted poet Cummings. When the works were donated to the College in the late 1970s, the collection of oils, watercolors and sketches were in need of various degrees of restoration. To date, 51 of the 72 works in the collection have been restored.

• The College installed a time capsule to give future students a taste of what the Brockport experience was like in 2011. Part of the College’s yearlong celebration of its 175th anniversary, the entire process — from selecting items to be placed in the capsule to developing the program for installation — was organized by students in the Special Event Planning course, taught by Lynda Sperazza, PhD. The locked time capsule will remain on display in the Seymour Union Lounge until it is opened in celebration of the College’s 250th anniversary in 2086.

• The College held its third annual Jazz Day featuring The Roberto Occhipinti Quartet. The day long event also included a free master class. Jazz Day is supported, in part, by Foundation Board Member Marc Iacona, the executive director of the Xerox Rochester International Jazz Festival. Iacona, who is also CEO of Simcona Electronics Corporation, believes that “music education is critical to understanding the intricacies and nuances of jazz. Musicians and non-musicians alike can develop a passion and deeper appreciation for what they’re hearing through music education.”

• Four undergraduate students were honored by SUNY Chancellor Nancy L. Zimpher with the 2011 Chancellor’s Award for Student Excellence. The four students honored were: Stephanie Geer ’11, a Chemistry major from Binghamton, NY; Danielle Gentile ’11, a double major in Psychology and Health Science from Lakewood, NY; Paul Giglio ’11, an International Business and Economics major from Blasdell, NY; and Emily Salvas ’11, an Interdisciplinary Arts major in the Childhood Inclusive Education Certification Program from Rochester, NY.

• The College’s Department of Dance presented DANCE/ Strasser, featuring choreography by undergraduate and graduate students in its nationally renowned dance program. The concert featured newly created works by graduate and undergraduate choreographers and selected by an adjudication committee that included students and faculty artistic directors.

• For 28 years, Scholars Day has focused the spotlight on the academic and creative accomplishments of the College’s best and the brightest. Scholars Day ’11 featured a record number of presentations (323) of research and creative work by nearly 660 students, faculty and staff. • Four Brockport alumni who found success in Hollywood visited campus to share their experiences with the campus community. William Fichtner ’78, Jesse Goins ’74, Stu Krieger ’73 and Paul Pape ’74 all shared stories about their experiences as students at Brockport and as professionals in Hollywood. 12

May

June

• Ruth Reichl, author of four best-selling memoirs and former editor-in-chief of Gourmet magazine, received the Art of Fact Award from The Writers Forum. “Food reflects and is a reflection of our times,” said Reichl, one of the country’s finest food writers and memoirists. Reichl’s best-selling memoirs include For You Mom, Finally; Garlic and Sapphires: The Secret Life of a Critic in Disguise; Comfort Me with Apples and Tender at the Bone. She co-produced PBS’s Gourmet’s Diary of a Foodie and hosted Gourmet’s Adventures with Ruth. The Art of Fact Award event is sponsored in part by M&T Bank.

• SUNY Chancellor Nancy L. Zimpher recognized 296 faculty and staff members, including eight from Brockport, for outstanding professional achievement. Brockport’s honorees were: • Excellence in Teaching: Andrea Ciliotta-Rubery, associate professor, Political Science and International Studies; Alisa James, associate professor, Kinesiology, Sport Studies and Physical Education; Hasnat Baban, professor, Business Administration and Economics • Excellence in Librarianship: Debra Ames, librarian, Library, Information and Technology Services • Excellence in Faculty Service: Margie Lovett-Scott, associate professor, Nursing • Excellence in Classified Service: Marsha Moss, secretary, Kinesiology, Sport Studies and Physical Education • Excellence in Scholarship and Creative Activities: Markus Hoffmann, associate professor, Chemistry • Excellence in Professional Service: Thomas Dreyer, assistant vice president for facilities and planning, Facilities and Planning.

• The College appointed Daniel L. Petree, PhD, an experienced dean and program builder, to lead its new School of Business Administration and Economics. Petree, who previously served as the inaugural dean of the College of Business at EmbryRiddle Aeronautical University, is steering the transformation of Brockport’s Department of Business Administration and Economics into a robust school that accents the distinctiveness of its academic programs. • The College welcomed the Class of 2011 into the ranks of its alumni during a soggy but spirited ceremony in Eunice Kennedy Shriver Stadium. William Heyen, emeritus professor of English and an internationally known poet who has authored more than 30 books, was the honorary degree recipient and Commencement speaker. “Create, add to the world’s store of joy, don’t just sit back, make of daily life a responsibility, what poet Charles Olsen calls ‘a dignity and a sufficiency.’ We need your ideas and vitality and good works. Be proud of yourself, believe in yourself,” Heyen said.

• The nation’s top athletes with visual impairments gathered at Brockport to compete in the 2011 National Goalball Championship Tournament. A Paralympic sport played by athletes who are blind or visually impaired, it was developed after World War II as a way to keep blinded veterans physically active. • Brockport hosted its 16th year of Camp Abilities, a developmental sports camp for children who are visually impaired, blind or deaf blind. The camp provides children with the opportunity to experience and excel at sports activities. 13

Planned Giving Societies Gloria Mattera Heritage Society

The Gloria Mattera Heritage Society is so named to honor Dr. Gloria Mattera ’52/’55. A native of Rochester and a Brockport alumna, Dr. Mattera is responsible for groundbreaking initiatives in the education of the children of migrant farmworkers in our region. A loyal Brockport alum, Dr. Mattera served on several Alumni Association committees. In 1986, she received the Alumni Association’s highest honor and was inducted into the Brockport Alumni Association Hall of Heritage.

 

Her untimely death in 1988 left a void for everyone who was touched by her kindness and generosity. But her enduring commitment to students and her far-sighted planning created an endowment that will last forever. Her planned gift endowed a student scholarship fund that will provide the means to continue changing lives — one student at a time.

Members of the Gloria Mattera Heritage Society include: Mary Joan Allen * William and Monika* Andrews Anonymous Anonymous ’53 Anonymous ’55 Anonymous ’83 Ella Ashworth * Herbert S. Bailey * Jeanette D’Agostino Banker ’53 Nancy C. Barbour Carol J. Belden Walter Borowiec Henry L. and Marian M. * Bretton Marguerite (Peg) Hare Browne ’44 * David J. Carney * Eileen Corcoran * Frederick Dean ’60 * Colleen Donaldson ’77 Marvin Duryea ’60 Helmut ’63 and Sandra Forno ’64 Eichhorn Scott Farrell ’89

A. John Fiorino ’53 Archie ’52 and Joan Butmore ’51 Freitas Scott A. Frutchey ’89 Fletcher M. * and Alice W. Garlock Ralph and Elizabeth * Gennarino Turi T. Gibson ’75 Jean and Lawrence O. Gostin ’71 Lena Harris * James and Carol ’94 Haynes Thomas W. Heath ’35 * Janie M. Hill ’85 Lucinda Hazen Hill * Chrystal Kelley Hoffman ’39 * Kenneth Hovey ’38 * H. Larry and Dorothy Humm Willard W. and Judith Hunter Michael and Dawn Jones Howard E. * and Mildred C. Kiefer Rhett King ’78 Wayne King ’57 * John Kohena ’80

Doris L. Lee * Edward C. Lehman, Jr. Elaine Leshnower ’61 Caroline Littell 1909 * Jennifer M. Lloyd ’87 Carolus Mackey ’17 * Patrick S. Madama ’77 Alfred and Marilyn Ryder * Mahlmann ’47 Susan Kwas Maloney ’67 Gloria Mattera ’52 * Richard Maxwell ’60 * S. Jean Boyd McKay ’59 Richard and Sandra ’87 Meade James Meyer ’66 Grace Milton ’40 * Alice Molenkamo * J. Emory Morris Edwin Nihiser * Robert E. O’Brien * Amelia Potote * Thelma A. Quicke ’36

The Benefits of Planned Giving

Hazel Rench * George M. ’54 * and Rosa A. Rich Rose Rock * Paul Sarbou ’53 Evelyn Wright Schur ’29 Raymond Shaheen * Eric M. Steele * Rose L. Strasser * Marjorie Stewart * Ginny L. Studer Linda Panarites Sweeting ’92 Judith E. Szustakowski ’80 Marc Tarplee ’81 Stephen and Marcia Ullman David ’82 and Marianne ’86 Virgilio Florence Remsen Wage ’30 * Betty Watson ’46 * Elizabeth Welch ’77 * June E. and Robert S. ’47 * Zimmer * deceased

You have the power to make a lasting impact on Brockport students through a planned gift. A variety of planned charitable arrangements let you leave a lasting legacy of support and, at the same time, reduce the tax burden on your estate and maximize your estate’s value to your beneficiaries. You don’t have to be a certain age or very wealthy to plan a gift that changes students’ lives. To learn more about how you can make a lasting difference for Brockport and become a member of the Gloria Mattera Heritage Society, go to www.brockport.edu/giving/guide/mattera or call Brad Schreiber, executive director of development and alumni relations, at (585) 395-2451.

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Lifetime Giving Societies The Brockport Foundation is pleased to recognize its generous benefactors based on their lifetime giving. Each year at the President’s Donor Recognition Dinner, donors are publically welcomed into their appropriate giving society. The following reflects membership as of spring 2011.

Brockport Circle ($1,000,000 +) Anonymous J. Emory Morris

Heil Brockway Society

($500,000 - $999,999) Anonymous Vira Hladun-Goldmann ’58

Ernest C. Hartwell

($250,000 - $499,9999) Anonymous Ralph and Betty * Gennarino Intel Foundation Matching Gifts to Education Program The M&T Charitable Foundation George ’54 * and Rosie Rich Alvin F. and Ruth K. Thiem Foundation

Donald M. Tower Society

($100,000 - $249,999) Betsy Ann Balzano George ’63 and Mary Lamonica ’56 Bauer Brockport Auxiliary Service Corporation Brockport Student Government Marguerite Hare Browne ’44 * John Bentinck-Smith Charitable Lead Trust Harry Caulfield Eastman Kodak R. Scott ’77 and Mary Flieger Archie ’52 and Joan Butmore ’51 Freitas Glenn Goldberg ’80 and Kim Burke James and Carol Haynes Janie Hill ’85 Willard and Judith Hunter Robert ’69 and Nancy Beatty ’69 Marino Gerald and Diane Frost ’77 McCue

Kazumi Nakano Michael Panaggio ’75 Estate of Rose L. Strasser Sun Microsystems Incorporated WHEC TV-10, LLC Scott Turner and Mary Worboys- Turner James ’94 and Maria Vlogianitis John ’95 and Mary Vlogianitis

Robert E. O’Brien Society

($50,000 - $99,999) Anonymous (3) Bank of America Estate of Ella Ashworth Robert Baden ’79 Herbert Bailey * Nicholas ’73 and Beverly Billotti George and Carol ’61 Bott Walter Brautigan ’61 Henry and Marian * Bretton The Donald F. and Maxine B. Davison Foundation Dorothea Deitz Memorial Scholarship Fund Ann Donavin ’42 * Joseph ’74 and Peggy Doody Friars Foundation Golisano Foundation Lawrence ’71 and Jean Gostin John and Kathy Halstead H. Larry and Dorothy Humm IBM Corporation Earl and Mary Cosgrove ’61 Ingersoll Dawn and Michael Jones John and Kathleen Kutolowski Donald Leffler * Christopher ’83 and Myra Leichtweis Joseph and Susan Kwas ’67 Maloney Estate of Richard Maxwell Sabin Metal Corporation Estate of Grace Milton ’40 JPMorgan Chase William and Annette Rock Martin Rogers * SirsiDynix

Jack Spates Oklahoma Gold Wrestling Louis ’82 and Gene Spiro John Summers Stephen and Marcia Ullman Estate of Betty J. Watson ’46 Joan Kelly Young ’53 *

Marguerite Hare Browne Society

($20,000 - $49,999) Shirley Aichel ’87 Alliance with the Medical Society of the County of Monroe Alpha Alpha Chapter, Delta Kappa Gamma Society International William and Monika * Andrews Anonymous (2) Michael ’85 and Katie ’93 Andriatch Lawrence ’52 and Stasia Arcarese Edward and Jeanette D’Agostino ’53 Banker Nancy Barbour Daniel ’76 and Dale Taylor ’76 Bernstein Robert Boozer * Robert ’72 and Ruth Conrad Daisy Marquis Jones Foundation Davenport Hatch Foundation Charles Dean ’68 Orlo * and Verdell Derby Judith Desfosses Daniel ’79 and Denny Donovan EFP Rotenberg, LLP Helmut ’63 and Sandra Forno ’64 Eichhorn ExxonMobil Foundation Scott ’89 and SAM! Farrell Richard and Joan ’79 Fenton Thomas ’73 Gosdeck and Catherine Schuth-Gosdeck Linda Hazel James and Nancy Henion William ’61 and Hannelore ’62 Heyen Tommy Hilfiger Foundation Estate of Lucinda H. Hill David and Gwendolyn Hoffberg

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Hospital League/1199 SEIU Training and Upgrading Fund Anne Huot and Joanne Cepelak Marc and Ann Iacona Family Jasco Tools John and Roxanne Johnston Patricia Keeler Key Corp LaBella Associates LeChase Construction Elaine Leshnower ’61 Liberty Mutual John * ’57 and Shirley Lindberg Jacques and Dawn Lipson Jennifer Lloyd ’87 Patrick Madama ’77 Alfred and Marilyn Ryder * ’47 Mahlmann Estate of Gloria Mattera ’52 Tom and Mary Markusen Elaine Miller The Milne Family Foundation Harold ’54 and Lorraine Porter ’54 Nash Niagara National Nixon Peabody, LLP Eugene ’53 and Mary Orbaker Lynn and Anne ’82 Parsons Paychex Presbytery of Genesee Valley Rochester Area Community Foundation Alva Royston and Irene Rivera ’74 de Royston Paul ’53 and Noy Sarbou Kilian J. and Caroline F. Schmitt Foundation Theresa and Raymond * Shaheen Michael P. Sondow ’81 Edward * and Arline Stephany Thales Optem Theresa Foundation Time Warner Estate of Florence R. Wage ’30 Wegman Companies Xerox Foundation *deceased

Annual Giving Societies 2010-2011 Each year, members of the College community demonstrate their commitment to Brockport through an annual gift. This following list represents those donors included in the President’s Leadership Circle.

President’s Roundtable ($10,000 +) Nicholas E. Billotti ’73 Brockport Auxiliary Service Corporation Brockport Student Government Estate of Marguerite H. Browne The Donald F. and Maxine B. Davison Foundation Archie ’52 and Joan Butmore ’51 Freitas Glenn Goldberg ’80 and Kim Burke John and Kathy Halstead Bill ’61 and Hanny Greiner ’62 Heyen Vira Hladun-Goldmann ’58 Judith P. and Willard W. Hunter Charitable Fund Robert ’69 and Nancy Beatty ’69 Marino Gerald and Diane Frost ’77 McCue J. Emory Morris The M&T Charitable Foundation George ’54 * and Rosa Rich Bill and Ann Rock Rockne Educational Television, Inc. Michael P. Sondow ’81 Alvin F. and Ruth K. Thiem Foundation James ’94 and Maria Vlogianitis John ’95 and Mary Vlogianitis Frances Moroney Whited

1835 Society

($5,000 – $9,999) Anonymous (2) Robert D. Baden ’79 Betsy Ann Balzano Edward and Jeanette D’Agostino ’53 Banker Joseph S. Crociata ’79 Estate of Grace Milton ExxonMobil Foundation Scott ’89 and SAM! Farrell R. Scott ’77 and Mary Flieger Thomas J. Gosdeck ’73 Marc and Ann Iacona Family Frank and Jean Karley ’65 Iacovangelo Andrew and Sandra Kaldor LeChase Construction Susan Kwas Maloney ’67 Kazumi Nakano Louis ’82 and Gene Spiro Michael J. Wahl WHEC TV-10, LLC

Scholars Society ($2,500 - $4,999) Betty Marian Anderson ’79 Bonnie L. Bower, DDS, ’75 Walter F. Brautigan ’63 Maureen E. Casey ’83 Susan Collier Robert ’72 and Ruth Conrad Craig A. Conway ’76 Charlie Dean ’68 Dan ’79 and Denny Donovan EFP Rotenberg, LLP Moira A. Fallon Gerald and Jean Foster Gus E. Galliford ’61 Genworth Foundation Donald H. Greene ’63 Anne Huot and Joanne Cepelak John and Roxanne Johnston John W. Killigrew Elaine Leshnower ’61 Jacques and Dawn Lipson Brian S. Maieli ’01 Louis A. Mastellone Christos J. Moschovitis ’83 Lynn H. and Anne Hruska ’82 Parsons Daniel and Margaret Robinson ’57 Preska Josh Silber ’93 Bernice W. Skirboll ’72 Strategic Security Concepts, Inc. The Turner Corporation

Harrison N. Davis ’69 * Delta Sigma Fraternity Department of Business Administration and Economics Patricia A. Desmond ’66 Karen Diamond Thomas C. Diederich ’63 Diane Dimitroff and John Hackman Harvey A. Dorfman ’57 * Eastman Kodak Company Educational Testing Service Ike ’63 and Sandi Forno ’64 Eichhorn Frank ’96 and Peggy Fee Richard and Joan Sineti ’79 Fenton Larry Flood ’85 William C. Frank ’93 Friends of Charlie Nesbitt Mary Ann Giglio ’73 Robert W. Gill ’68 Hal and Tina Goldstein Daniel R. Gould ’73 Don ’80 and Diana Kleve ’81 Hallenbeck Sandra M. Hare Helen W. Hemmer Judy Heron ’61 Warren ’57 and Mary Ann Hewes Mike ’77 and Edie ’99 Hill Janet M. Hill ’85 David L. Hoffberg Alexander and Charlotte Garelick ’46 Holstein Terrence ’72 and Avis Wagner ’80 Hooper William ’80 and Lauren Hunter IBM Corporation Jean Engel Ingalls ’50 Steve and Susan Ireland Jack Spates Oklahoma Gold Wrestling Camp Marjorie Jones Mary Hechtel Khunger ’87 Kilian J. & Caroline F. Schmitt Foundation, Inc. King & King Architects, LLP John Kwiatkowski The Landing at Brockport Landsman Development Corporation Mary Ellen Cloutier Langlois ’81 Noah LeFevre Christopher ’83 and Myra Leichtweis Christopher Leone ’98 Liberty Mutual Patrick Madama ’77 Donna Mancuso

Founders Society

($1,000 - $2,499) 1199 SEIU United Healthcare Workers East J. Henry Ambrose ’70 Michael ’85 and Katie ’93 Andriatch Anonymous (2) Lawrence ’52 and Stasia Arcarese J. Scott Atkinson ’82 Bette P. Bailey ’67 Barnes & Noble College Booksellers, Inc. Gary L. Barney ’04 Robert W. Bermudes, Jr. Dale R. Blissett ’59 George and Carol Vancise ’61 Bott Henry L. Bretton Roy L. Bubb ’53 Gary and Elizabeth Caruso Christ Episcopal Church Ronald A. Clark ’54 Anne G. Cloutier Jeff ’74 and Sue Hurley ’74 Crane

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Joseph ’67 and Maryann Keating ’67 Maresco Julia Firks Markusen Ray ’63 and Sheri McGrath Bud and Sandy ’87 Meade Merck and Company, Inc. Harold W. ’54 and Lorraine Porter ’54 Nash Sara Eilola Niemeyer ’93 Kathleen Burns O’Connell ’67 Eugene ’53 and Mary Orbaker Robert Pepe ’01 Brian J. Petraitis ’73 Jeffrey ’75 and Maryellen Parnell ’81 Post Presbytery of Genesee Valley, Inc. Darwin Prioleau Kulathur S. Rajasethupathy Jill M. Rakov ’66 David Rakov Michael D. Rapalje ’63 Sanford and Jill Miller Charitable Gift Fund Douglas M. Scheidt Seneca Foods Foundation Francis and Kristine Short John and Angela Sinacore Howard Skogman Staples Arline Stephany Len Stirling ’50 Sheila M. Strong ’01 Ginny L. Studer Tompkins Charitable Gift Fund Scott Turner and Mary Worboys- Turner Tyco Electronics Matching Gift Program Unum John and Maxine Van de Wetering Jim Whittle ’86 Kathryn Wilson Ronald ’83 and Michelle Littlefield ’83 Winnie Racheal Mastin Wood ’05 Chris Ziegler

Deans Circle

($500 - $999) Abbott Laboratories Fund Gwen Adolph Agape Physical Therapy Services, PC AP Professionals of Rochester, LLC Apogee Telecom, Inc. Stuart Appelle * Lou ’49 and Virginia Albanese ’49 Avino

Welda Habersaat Bader ’70 David Bagley Patricia Ellis Baker ’61 Bank of America Matching Gift Program Leah and Douglas Barrett Nelson ’63 and Elaine Gray ’63 Beetow Bergmann Associates, Inc. Raymond Berruti ’44 Allan ’79 and Jean Raschiatore ’69 Berry Deborah Birkins ’81 Margaret B. Blackman The Bonadio Group The Byrne Foundation, Inc. Robert and Flor Colon Joseph ’79 and Nicolina Colosi ’80 Trilling Bob Confer ’96 Corning Incorporated Foundation Joyce Harper Dahrsnin ’53 Jacqueline Davis and Jack Glickman Scott A. DeCaro ’04 William ’83 and Karen DesJardin Colleen T. Donaldson ’79 Joseph G. Doser ’51 Michael C. Doyle ’80 Bob Driscoll ’58 John and Becky Edwards Eli Lilly and Company Foundation Entre Computer Serivces Mark and Lisa Fenton Robert J. French ’82 and Pamela Pletcher John T. Gardner David G. Hammond ’76 Mary S. Harris James and Carol ’94 Haynes Thomas A. Henderson ’81 David and Cheryl Ann Henderson Curtis J. Hill Daniel and Melanie Hulbert ’70 Hogan Will and Lois Niland Irwin Susan Huston Jones ’77 James R. Kanous John Keiser Kiwanis Club of Brockport KPMG, LLP Bill D. Kreger ’72 LaBella Associates, PC Mark A. Lacatena ’87 Kadathur B. Lakshmanan W. Bruce Leslie Craig and Tamsin ’90 MacDonald Peter ’55 and Marilyn Kingsley ’57 Madsen Glen “Muggsy” McGinnis ’57 David Mihalyov ’87 Gary Miller ’57 and Joan Sitterly ’74 Kent and Dorothy LaFave ’80 Miner Stephen ’69 and Kathy Gregory ’73 Nash Ken and Diane O’Brien Carl R. O’Connor ’07

Office of Recreational Services – The College at Brockport John and Martha Osowski Gregory J. Parizek ’09 Katharyn Lieben Peebles ’77 Frank and Mary Lou Peppers Erma Ornce Pettis ’53 Pi State-Delta Kappa Gamma Society Kenneth and Anastasia Pink Robert and Yvonne Pohlman Paul Purfield ’74 P. Gibson Ralph David Ramirez Margaret Callahan Rappleye ’73 Rochester Area Community Foundation Jane B. Romal Robert M. Roseman ’78 Bill Sachman ’07 Shannon Sauro ’95 Brad ’83 and Liz Schreiber Karen Schuhle-Williams, PhD, ’84 William ’62 and Adelaide Ratigan ’63 Setek Todd Sheridan ’11 Sherrill’s Promise, Inc. Carl and Barbara Sherwood Liz and Pearce Sloan Larry R. Solomon ’82 Eugene H. Spafford ’79 Donald F. Staffo ’68 Daniel Stinebiser ’76 Ira Sweet ’57 Sysco Food Services, Syracuse Mohammed Tahar Tipping Point Media, Inc. Theresa H. Tomczak ’61 Michael ’95 and Alethea Fitzgerald ’95 Trinkaus Frederick and Patricia ’79 Tuttle Andrea Vella Verizon Foundation Gary Westerfield ’67 Michael G. Whelan ’77 William E. Wilson ’85 and Roshelle Pavlin ’85 Joseph P. Winnick Frank Wojcik Douglass J. Wyckoff ’76 Zeller Corporation

Green and Gold Circle

($300 - $499) Rudy ’56 and Joan Clark ’54 Aceto Lew Adams Mark R. Aesch ’88 Rick ’78, Diane, Colleen and Rich Amundson Anonymous (2) Peter Arras ’63 Austin & Co., Inc. B. Giambrone & Co., Inc. Jeremy J. Babcock

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Virginia Bacheler Maureen Moore Ballard ’95 Richard ’61 and Rosemary Krist ’62 Barnhart Brenda Ulrich Beal ’60 Becker Professional Education Richard Boardman ’63 Bill Brand ’54 Billy ’98 and Cristin Brown Melissa M. Brown Bette Brunish ’62 Steven F. Buckley Jody L. Caldwell ’86 Greg ’67 and Jill Frost ’70 Campbell Fred ’70 and Terry Thompson ’69 Carbone Joan Taylor Carnie ’54 Jim and Sara Lemmler ’72 Cook Corn Hill Neighbors Association, Inc. Richard ’62 and Charlotte Nicosia ’63 Coronato Gary Crawford ’62 Elmer Cuthbertson ’62 Deborah Derby Czepiel Patrick Damore ’52 Adrienne C. Daniels ’62 DeJoy, Knauf & Blood, LLP Judith A. Desfosses John ’61 and Trudy Fedder ’61 Doser Peter ’81 and Linda Dowe Drumcliffe Parents Organization, Inc. Jerry ’53 and Nancy Dunn Entercom Rochester, LLC Robert P. Fischmann Emilio P. Genzano Amy Guptill Scott ’99 and Kim Haines Ian and Rita Henderson Susan Hoffman Donald Holmes ’74 James J. Horn Harold D. Houpt ’59 * Tom Howarth ’73 HR Works, Inc. E. Kenneth James ’50 Dennis Jarvis ’71 Johnston Paper Company Dawn and Michael Jones Daniel Karin ’75 Gerald Keating ’53 Darby Knox Russell Kohnken ’75 Fred ’67 and Cheryl March ’67 Kohut Irene Komor ’81 Warren ’82 and Heidi ’02 Kozireski Frank Kuhn Byron ’73 and Joan Lapham Jeffrey T. Lashbrook ’80 John Leone ’89 – Titan Wrestling Club Steven B. Lewis ’06 Jeffrey and Betsy Locke Maggie Logan

Margie Lovett-Scott ’04 Jose Maliekal John Martellucci ’75 Linda Wehle Martin ’75 Kirsten Martin ’03 Diane Maurer John and S. Jean Boyd ’59 McKay Earl ’69 and Sandra Frank ’68 Mehlenbacher Mengel, Metzger, Barr & Co., LLP Clyde W. Morgan Donald Murray ’69 Next Generation Vending and Food Services, Inc. Ella Jean Humphrey Nichols ’62 Thomas Nugent and Patricia Mahoney ’01 Office of International Education – The College at Brockport Office of the President – The College at Brockport Mary Jo Orzech Paris Kirwan Associates, Inc. Pepsi Beverages Company Joseph J. Praino ’93 Mark and Nancy Ragus Calvin and Margaret ’74 Rich Karen Riotto Robert J. Robine ’55 Tony ’66 and Val Sheldon ’66 Rossi Kevin and Gwynetta Rossi Gary P. Russell ’78 Donald J. Santini ’61 John Sapienza ’96 Ralph and Harriet ’85 Sisson Gary ’68 and Lori Skoog Melvin ’53 and Helen Fabi ’55 Smagorinsky Jack ’54 and Carol Smith Donald ’92 and Tomarra Johnson ’93 Smith Linda Snell Joan Z. Spade Darlene Runions Sprague ’75 Brandon ’03 and Jennifer ’05 St. John Chris Stevens ’93 Toshiba Business Solutions Usherwood Office Technology Eldwin Van Alstyne ’75 Jonathan M. Vanhuben ’98 Judy Stoneham Wadsworth ’59 Gerard J. Wenzke ’78 Mark Werner ’75 Ben Werzinger ’98 Jeffrey M. White ’96 Margaret Veith Wicks ’51 Paul ’81 and Marcia ’96 Wieczorek Jack and Gladys Wolsky Woods Oviatt Gilman, LLP Stephen Zogby ’84 and Noreen Sheridan ’84 * deceased

Faculty and Staff The faculty and staff of The College at Brockport are also among our most generous donors. Each and every year, faculty and staff a give to scholarships, programs and funds that have a direct and immediate impact on our students. David Abwender Christa M. Aldrich ’93 David Alkins ’91 Heather Allen ’00 Amanda Auriemma Debra A. Ames ’73 Vishal Anand Michael Andriatch ’85 Anonymous (6) S. Reddy Anugu Stuart Appelle * Gail B. Argetsinger Jennifer Ashbaugh ’01 Daniel B. Askey ’89 J. Scott Atkinson ’82 Jeremy Babcock Virginia Bacheler David Bagley Sister Beverly Baker ’86 Carolyn Baker ’08 Judy ’69 and David ’69 Ball Joseph and Linda Balog James E. Bareis ’85 Leah and Douglas Barrett Susan Bayer Justin Beach ’03 Jamie Beers-Wilson Nora Y. Bell ’96 Sharon Belle-Render ’79 Jacob Benninger Donald Bigelow ’08 Kimberly Bilinski Edwina Billings Stacy Birch Deborah Birkins ’81 Richard W. Black Rob Blanchet ’01 Davida Bloom Mark E. Bower ’80 Nicole Bower ’10 Monica K. Brasted ’90 Zara R. Brenner Nancy Brinkwart Gretchen Briscoe ’10 Melissa M. Brown Carol R. Brown Laura Buckner Lisa Burch Pamela L. Callan John Carlson Barbara Carpenter Christian Carson and Sara DiDonato Gary and Elizabeth Caruso Robin Catlin

Mark J. Chadsey Alisia and Duncan Chase Joseph L. Chesebro ’94 Ruth Childs Oh-Kon Cho Gregory Christo Dominique Christopher Andrea Ciliotta-Rubery Lee J. Cohen Susan Collier David and Dawn Comden Judy A. Conway Laurie B. Cook Mary E. Corey ’81 Salvador O. Cruz ’05 John P. Daly Tracy Davidson Jack Glickman and Jacqueline Davis Jacquelyn P. Deats Karen Diamond Rob DiCarlo ’90 Brian Dickinson John Hackman and Diane Dimitroff Nancy DiPasquale Robert Dobmeier Colleen T. Donaldson ’79 Susan Donk ’75 Joan Doran Peter ’81 and Linda Dowe Edward H. Downey Laurie Downey Diane Drake ’95 Marsha Ducey John and Lucinda Dumaw Kim Dunaway Diane Dwyer Kim Ehret ’05 Ralph Eisenmann Victoria Elsenheimer Bill Evans Moira A. Fallon John Feeney ’76 Joshua Fegley ’04 Douglas A. Feldman Damian J. Flint ’10 Julie Ford P. Michael Fox ’88 Joel Frater Laurie A. Freeman ’93 Johnna M. Frosini ’92 Melissa Furness Lynne Gardner John Gardner Robert Gemmett

James Georger Sarah L. Georger Lisa Gerst ’93 Mary Jo Gigliotti Alicia Y. Girvin ’05 Robin Glazier Stephen Godleski Thomas Golaszewski Connie Graves Kelly Greapentrog Phyllis E. Griswold ’73 Kathleen H. Groves ’70 Amy Guptill Scott Haines ’99 Kimberley Haines Donald Halquist John and Kathy Halstead Dale Hartnett James and Carol Haynes Jennifer Haytock Elizabeth Heavey Jennifer M. Hecker Susanna Heins ’97 Barbara Joyce Helf Timothy Henry Randy B. Hewitt Curtis J. Hill Huey K. Hing Susan Hoffman Markus Hoffmann Teresa Holupko Cathy E. Wilson ’88 Diane M. Hoy ’77

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Diann Hughes William Hullfish Anne Huot and Joanne Cepelak Nancy S. Iafrati ’77 Steve Ireland Seth M. Johnston ’08 John and Roxanne Johnston Dawn and Michael Jones James R. Kanous Daniel Karin ’75 Manmadharao Kasaraneni John Keiser Sara M. Kelly ’07 Donna L. Kennison ’91 Donald Kent Eun-joo Kim Richard B. Klancer ’01 Phyllis Kloda Susan Klueber Patty Knapp Darby Knox Adair Y. Korn Donna Kowal ’89 Warren Kozireski ’82 Cynthia Krautwurst Amy L. Kruppenbacher ’02 Frank Kuhn Kadathur B. Lakshmanan Jeffrey T. Lashbrook ’80 Dawn Lee ’93 Noah LeFevre W. Bruce Leslie Steven B. Lewis ’06

Lauren Lieberman Amanda Lipko Jennifer J. Little Maggie Logan Karen Logsdon ’81 Margie Lovett-Scott ’04 Alexander Lyon Joseph and Joyce Makarewicz Jose Maliekal Salahuddin and Sarwat Malik Jason R. Mangone ’00 Sara Margolin Susan Marschke Morag Martin Judy Massare Timothy A. Massey Diane Maurer Patricia Maxwell Catriona McCarroll Cathleen McCormick Mary McCrank ’06 and Laurie Haelen Thomas M. McDermott Mary A. McGonigal Johnny McMillion Laurel McNall Heidi M. Melens ’97 Sherri Micheli David Mihalyov ’87 Earnest Miller ’92 Lori Mills Sandeep Mitra Clyde Morgan Julie Morgan James Morris Jason R. Morris Lynne Moulton Sandra L. Mullin Matthew Mulvaney Donald Murray ’69 Christine Murray Sheila Myers Sam Nicolosi Tim * ’79 and Donna ’87 Noble Mark and Lisa Noll Chris and Melissa Norment Mark Norris David and Cherise Oakley Megan Obourn Ken O’Brien Carl R. O’Connor ’07 James and Pam O’Keefe Suzanne Oliver Kari A. Olson ’90 Joseph Ortiz Mary Jo Orzech John and Martha Osowski

Gary Owens ’72 Alison Parker Anthony Parrino Robert A. Pauly ’05 Carole Pelttari Janet Peluso-Militello Susan Petersen ’76 and Luz Cruz Kathleen J. Pezzimenti ’05 Maryellen Post ’81 Pamela Powell Christopher Price Darwin Prioleau Denise Putt ’00 Stanley F. Radford Kulathur S Rajasethupathy P. Gibson Ralph T. Mahadeva Rao Jennifer Ratcliff Logan Rath Summer Reiner Kim Remley ’10 Bonnie J. Reulbach Monique M. Rew ’09 Mark Ricci ’98 Marilyn Rich Adam and Mary Rich Jacques Rinchard Karen Riotto Scott Rochette Daniel Rogers ’91 Justin P. Rogers ’05 Phyllis Romano Eldred Frank D. Rossi ’85 Mark Rowland ’95 Pamela J. Rowles Janet Roy Anna Rupert Bill Sachman ’07 Khalid Saleem Rocco Salomone ’88 John Sapienza ’96 Natalie Sarrazin Shannon Sauro ’95 Patricia Sauro Michael Schaffer ’70 Linda J. Schaffer ’73 Douglas M. Scheidt Robin Schepler Mary Jo Schlecht Dawn Schmidt Darlene M. Schmitt ’96 Bradley C. Schreiber ’83 Karen Schuhle-Williams ’84 Anthony Scime Susan R. Seem Wensheng Shen Dong-shin Shin

Francis X. and Kristine E. Short Rey Antonio Sia Roberta Simmons Sandeep Singh Lara Sipols Howard Skogman Laurie Smith ’73 Shelly Stack-Smith ’91 Rebecca Smith Linda Snell Brad Snyder ’06 Yolanda Soto ’05 James Spiller Louis ’82 and Gene Spiro Brandon ’03 and Jennifer St John Mark W. Stacy ’95 Elizabeth Standish ’00 Lucinda Stanton Lindsay Stephany ’06 Gary and Carol Stevens Susan Stites-Doe Juanita Suarez Chris and Chaley ’99 Swift Janka Szilagyi Mohammed Tahar Barbara B. Thaine Gail Thiel Jacqueline P. Thomas Gail Tipton Jermaine R. Toppin ’10 Mary Ann Torres Ralph Trecartin David Turkow ’73 David Tyler Bernard Valento Yvonne Van Skiver

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Conrad Van Voorst Claire L. VanDenBerghe ’87 Matthew Vanderwerf ’02 Elaine VanDurme Jonathan M. Vanhuben ’98 Vernon A. VanSkiver ’91 Andrea Vella Wendy Vergamini ’07 David Vuletich Austin Warner Kevin Warner Celia A. Watt David Weaver ’05 Jerald Weaver Elliot Weininger James Whorton Marcia Wieczorek ’96 Douglas Wilcox Christian Wilkens Rosemary Wilson Noah P. Wilson ’09 Kathryn Wilson Benjamin Wineburg ’03 Joseph P. Winnick Robert Winter James Witnauer Frank Wojcik Sharon Woodley Richard Woodson and Elizabeth Teall Allison M. Wright ’02 Jie Zhang Michael Ziolkowski James and Carol Zollweg Alyshia M. Zurlick ’04

Emerti and Relatives Robert Adams Floyd D. Anderson Bill and Monika* Andrews Anonymous (2) Mariangela Ardino Patricia Baker ’61 Sriram V. Bakshi Betsy Ann Balzano Jeanette ’53 and Edward Banker Janet W. Beck ’70 Jonathan ’67 and Nancy ’67 Bell John and Susan Bixler Margaret B. Blackman Walter Brautigan ’63 Henry L. Bretton Roy Bubb ’53 Sandra Cain Jill Campbell ’70 Virginia Campbell ’89 John D. and Linda Chasse Mou Ta and Kathleen Chen Eunice Chesnut ’76 Marilyn Colby Sara and Jim Cook Marilyn Cornish Carol Cuddihee Deborah Derby Czepiel Irene R. D’Agostino ’50 Judith Desfosses Charles Edwards

Norma Emmerson ’52 Richard and Donna Ray Evans Richard and Joan ’79 Fenton Herbert Fink Richard and Ann Frey Jeanne Gerber ’81 Bob and Ann Getz Mary Ann Giglio ’73 Bob Gilliam Alice Goosley Jean Gravelle ’69 Frederick Gravetter Carolyn J. Greene ’70 David G. Hale H. David Hammond * Mary Harris Craig and Dona Hazen Helen Hemmer Ian and Rita Henderson Bill ’61 and Hanny ’62 Heyen Marion Hill Terrance ’72 * and Avis ’80 Hooper James Horn H. Larry Humm Ruth E. Hyde ’73 Earl and Mary Ingersoll Judith Jennejahn ’58 Donald Johnson Ralph and Zerith Jordan Benita M. Jorkasky

Joseph R. and Janice A. Kandor Sharon Kehoe ’78 Gregory Kenney ’66 Melinda Kewin John Killigrew Rick and Sharon Kincaid Joanna Kraus John and Kathleen Kutolowski Byron Lapham ’73 Edward Lehman, Jr. Richard and Janice Liebe Sarah Liebschutz Martin Lindauer Jennifer Lloyd ’87 Gerald Luzum Raj Madan Donna Mancuso Nick Mascari Mark and Lauren McMills Bud and Sandy ’87 Meade Merrill Melnick John G. Michaels Frances Moroney Whited J. Emory Morris Kazumi Nakano Thomas and Patricia Nugent Eugene ’53 and Mary Orbaker Mauro ’52 and Rita Panaggio Lynn and Anne ’82 Parsons Jeffrey D. Post ’75

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Jill Rakov ’66 Calvin and Margaret ’74 Rich Paul Robinson Bill and Ann Rock Victor J. Rojas and Linda A. Hall Eileen Rose Tonya Satryb Kenneth and Mary Jo Schlecht Ann Schnell Barbara Sherwood John and Angela Sinacore Dr. Ralph Sisson Melvin ’53 and Helen ’53 Smagorinsky Dr. and Mrs. Delmont C. Smith Armin Sommer Joan Z. Spade Susan B. Steinbrenner ’71 Arline Stephany Denise Stoll ’80 Ginny L. Studer Carol I. Timby Ralph Toscano, Jr. John and Maxine Van de Wetering Andrew Virgilio ’49 Josephine Wallin ’46 Ann R. Weitzel Jack and Gladys Wolsky John Zwierzynski ’85 *deceased

Student Families Christine Acker Bruce Adams Abisola Adeosun The Agins Family Joseph and Catherine Aiello Keith Aiello ’11 Ronald and Barbara Albrechtsen James Allen Kristen Allen Mark and Tamara Allen Marla Allentoff Jean K. Aman ’86 Sharon G. Ames Thomas and Susan Ames Francine Amodio David W. Anderson Matthew Andon-McLane Philip and Nina Andon- McLane Anonymous Brian and Suzanne Anten Denise Are Sharon Armbruster Jack and Virginia Arnold Shannon Arnold Marlene Artessa Ellen Asplund-Kohan Erin Asquith Matthew M. Astolfi ’11 Michael and Kristi Astolfi Chris Auth Stephanie Avery Daniel Azzarone Stephanie Bainziger Michael Baggerman Jay Bailer, Jr. Phillip and Carolyn Bailey Jack and Joan Baldwin Raymond Banach, Jr. Russell and Valerie Bandemer Dennis and Theresa Bardenett Tom and Helen Bardenett Carolyn Barilla Jennifer Barney Susan C. Barra ’75 Judi Barrett Donna Barrows Patrick and Lynne Barry Patricia Barry Steve and Ginny Barthel Ronald Bates Art and Lois Bauer Tomassina Beach Christopher and Debra Becker William and Mary Beckerich Josh Bellinger Bruce Bennett Maureen Bernat ’78

Josephine Bianchi Maryann Binkowski Kathy Binn James and Laura Bishop Marianne Bittner Richard Bleichfeld Heather Blencowe Michael Bloss Bryan M. Blumlein ’11 Murray and Beth Bocian John and Vickie Bonin Scott Borden Caroline E. Boron ’11 Eric and Beth Boron Anthony and Eleanor Boronczyk Joe and Debbie Boronczyk Cathy Boudreau Mark E. Bower ’80 Patricia Boyle Richard Bradley Mark Bradstreet Jack and Betty Brady Nancy L. Brand Jim Breese Mike Breman Valerie Brennan-Moore Afua Brobbey Patsy Brockett Aubrey Brown Derek Brown Sandra Brown Joseph and Luisa Bruzga Jeanie Bryant Christine Bryden Stephen Bub Diane Buchiero Jeff Buckley John and Joan Buckley Kevin Buckley Michael Budowski Douglas and Leslie ’83 Bull Dolores Bunce Lisa Burke Mary Burke Michael and Carol Burke Thomas Burke ’72 Fran Burnett Robert Burris Kyle J. Burton ’11 Jamie J. Butler ’11 Mark and Devin Butler Steven and Ileene Cahn Norman and Joann Carlson Joseph Carmello Sr Kenneth Case Emilie Cashdollar Amy Cave The Cella Family Michael Cerasaro Shelly Chaffee Nor Chahbazi Richard and Ellen Chancia

Brenda Chapman Mark ’86 and Vicki Charbonneau Angela Chatt Lisa Chevalier Michael and Linda Chiappone Daniel and Rosemary Childs Anne Chowske Peter Chudzinski Cory Ciambella Gabrielle Clark ’11 Jane Clark Patrick Clark ’77 Matthew Clements Christina Cocca ’11 Daniel Cocca William and Wendy Cocca Timothy and Carole Colebeck Frank and Angie Coleman Mary F. Coleman ’73 Richard and Barbara Coleman Stephen Coleman Linda Colkitt David and Dawn Comden Sherie Connors David Cook Scott Coots Danny Cordova Elsa Cordova Gregory and Amy Corman Judith Borowicz Cornish Carol Cottrill Patricia Covert James and Gail Craig Steven and Marta Crane Estelle Crawford Laurie A. Crawford Paul Russo and Sophie Crawford-Rosso Charles and Denise Croff Kyle F. Crosley ’11 Jamey Crumb Rosa Cruz-Cordero Dennis and Irene Culhane David C. Culver ’87 Penny Cummings Joyce Cunniff Samantha Curran Roxanne Curtis ’79 Kailene Dadey ’11 Patrick Dadey Ken Daley Marlon Dalton Eileen Daly George Daly Mary Ellen D’Amico Anne Danka Darryl Davis

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Barry and Catherine Debbins Robin Decker Arthur and Bernadette DeGregory John and Josie DeGregory Amanda Del Buono Frank D’Erasmo Virginia Desain Christine DeSimon Celeste DeVries Albert and Kathleen Dewey Guido Dibenedetto Alison M. Diehl Robert Dilaura Vincent and Kathleen Dini Doug DiSanti ’11 Bonita Doberstein Jeff and Sandy Dodd Paul and Geraldine Dolan Heather Dougherty Grayill and Angela Douglas Marlene Douglas Paulina Dreno Tim Dubois The Wingle Family Jeffrey and Mary Duerr Brian Duffy Eileen Dumas James Dumberg Bonnie Dvoroznak Judy Eadie David Ealy Stacey Edwards Daniel and Jo Eggleston John and Esther Eichas Janice Elliott David and Donna Ellis Debra Ellis Lisa Enderby Kelly J. English Paul and Laura Erano Adam Erickson James and Kathleen Evans Katherine Ewart Rebecca Fabbiano Karley Facciola Frank and Ann Falco William and Nancy Falcone Jean Farrell Amanda Faulkner Timothy Federation Debra Feger James and Barbara Feneli Colleeen Fennell-Gordon Tammy Fetto Janelle M Feuz Brian Filozof Jon Fiorillo * Jeffery and Barbara Fitchette Mairead Fitzgibbon Julie Flack

Mindy Fletcher Joel Frater Kalyn Fries Walter Fuller Rod and Lynn Fye Tiffany Fye Linda Gabbert ’11 Margaret Gabriele Laurie Gage Larry and Sandy Gagstetter Karen Galasso Edmund Galiani William and Diane Gamble Jeannine Gambrel Sarah Garnsey Debbie Gates Kevin and Dolores Gates William J Gates James and Margaret Gaudet Leslie and Suzanne Geer Stephanie Geer ’11 Thomas Gentile Marcy Gentle ’11 Emilio P Genzano Emilee George ’11 Mary George James Georger Gerald and Judith Geraci Carmelina Gervasio Peter and Nancy Ghigliotti James Gianforti, Sr. Deborah Giannone Gale Giardino Joy Giardino ’11 Brian and Gail Gifford James and Catherine Giglio Paul Giglio ’11 Brian Gildemeyer Virgil and Janice Gimino Barbara Giordano Jeffrey and Shari Girst Gary and Diane Glasso Ronald Glazier Teresa Godfrey ’86 Hal and Tina Goldstein Michael Goldstein ’11 Darlene Golson Daniel and Latty Goodwin Dr. Charles ’85 and Barbara ’85 Goshorn Kathleen Graham Chelcie Gramza Elizabeth Grashof Pamela Greco Gary and Donna Gressler Michael and Karen Griffith Julie Grimsley Cindy Grome Kevin and Josephine Gross Alexander Gruttadaro ’09 William and Elizabeth Guerrido

Gerald and Jeanne Gymburch Matthew Haintz ’11 Benjamin Hall Robert and Cynthia Hall Randy and Peggy Hamilton Charles and Deborah Hamman Mark Hanford Brendan Hanna Meghan Hanna ’11 Holly Hapeman Daniel and Sue Harbison Amanda Harding ’11 Elaine Harding Gerald and Deborah Harris Barbara J. Harround Laurie Harter Patricia Hartigan ’00 Mary Hartstein Donna Hasbrouck Elizabeth Head Kathleen Heater Gerry and Patti Hecht Theresa Hedding Michael and Tammy Heintzelman David and Janet Held Teresa Held Steven and Denise Helft John Hellaby David and Cheryl Ann Henderson John and Kelly Henry Kelly-Ann Henry Janet Hephner Margaret Herting Scott and Sarah Hess Michael Hicks Martha Hillman ’11 Theodore and Sandra Hillman Andy Hilton Lisa Hinca Larry and Marina Hitchcock Crystal Hoag ’11 Elizabeth Hochman Myrna Hochman Robert and Marci Hochman Jill Hoel Michael and Ileana ’76 Hoeschele Patricia Hofford Arthur C Holland Paul and Jodee Honsberger Ernest and Nancy Hoover Karen Hoover Jordan S. Horowitz ’76 Breanna Horton Daniel and Anne Marie Howard Diana Howell Tina and Charlie Howerter Gregory and Stephanie Hubbel Michael and Holly Hubert

Gary Hudson Brian Humphrey Kelly Hunt Joel and Rosemary Hurd Nell Hurley Anthony Ianni ’04 Taunja Isaac ’11 Kathryn Iuppa Sandra Iuppa Susanne Jackson David and Christine James Scott James ’11 Jeff and Shirley Jaskier Raquel Jean-Baptiste Marjorie Job Cassandra Johns ’11 Angela R. Johnson Candace Johnson Joey Johnson, Jr. ’11 Paul and Carolyn Johnson The Joey Johnson Family Timothy and Vicke Johnson Lorraine Johnson-Williams Marina Jones ’11 Robert Jones Eugene and Ann Jordan John and Cindy Jordan Kim Joslin Richard and Nancy Kalb Lynn Kaminski Allen and Michelle Kaminsky Kathleen Kane-Lusk ’95 John Kantrowski ’08 Christopher Keado Conrad and Patricia Keado Max Keado Pam and Jim Kedenberg Sarah Keenan Cassandra Kehoe ’11 Michael and Kathleen Kehoe Diane Kelleher George and Michelle Kelly Kathy Kelly Barbara Kennard Pamela Kennard ’11 Suzanne Kennedy Walter and Diane Kent Gene and Arlene Ketcham Michelle Kettle Joy Khoury Ian Kiburn Claire Kiley Michael and Donna King Claire and Curtis Kirchmaier John and Lori Kirkland Arthur Kirsch Lynn Knapp Virginia Knapp Viola Kochems George J. Koegel ’92 Irene Kolupski Peter and Cynthia Koscinski Richard Koteras Paul Kotwica

Bertha Kovarik Michael and Sally Ann Kovatch Andrew and Janice Kozakiewicz Stephen and Debra Kuitems Anthony and Julie Kunecki Margaret Kunzler Geri Kuretich Kenneth and Jeanine Kurs John Kwiatkowski Charlela Lacewell Rich LaFountain Robert Laing Kelly and Deborah Landers Krystal Lang Richard Lang Craig Lape Beth Lapenna Frank and Tracey Laplaca Vincent and Christine Larkin Jason LaShomb James and Theresa Lawson Mark and Susan Layman Michelle Lecceardone Byung and Eun Leem David Leferman Edward and Patricia Lenga Mary Leon Trudy Lesar Susan Lewis Andrew Liesenfeld Adrienne Lindine ’11 Lisa Lipani Timothy and Michele List Terri Littlefield Katherine Livecchi Jessica Lobue Jeffrey and Betsy Locke Steve Locke Jim and Donna Ladato Peggy Lonczak Scott and Chelsey Long Christina LoTempio ’11 Michael LoTempio Carol Lowden James and Laurie Lowe Marie Lowe Dion Luckman Hannah Luckman Rory W. Luckman ’80 Yulia Lukomsky Homer and Stella Lum Larry Lux Kent and Sandra Mace Kalyani Madhu ’05 Anthony Maglione Mick and Shelia Maguire Norma Mallette Maureen Malone Guillermo Mancillas Steven and Debbie Marcal John and Mary Marianetti Patrick Markey Michael and Kim Marris

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Steven and Pamela Marsocci Alice Martin Christine Martin Mark and Donna Martin Mary Martin Elizabeth Marzin Lois Marvin Rosemary Mason Roger and Marge Massmann Louis Mastellone Gregory and Theresa Matkosky Melissa Maxwell ’11 Eric May ’11 Joseph and Claire May Mary Jo McCarthy Donald and Mary McClellan Rosemary McCormick Thomas McCormick ’11 Paul and Lori Mccoy Joan McDowell Morgan McDowell ’11 Carol McElwain RoseAnn McGrath Gale McHale Lorraine McKenzie James McQuinn Michael McSweeney Susan Mead Mary Ann Meade Marycate Mehta Ron and Jill Meier Pamela Memos David and Lori Mensing Michael Meola – Go Brockport Baseball! Darcy Merriman Ted Meyers Brian and Jeanette Miller Joe and Pam Miller Joyce W. Miller Melissa Miller Peggy Miller Sharon Miller Lauren Miranda ’11 Bradley and Molly Mitchell Persephone Modeste ’11 David and Mary Ann Mohr Nancy Mollura Mark Molnar Louis Moneta Patty Monnat Emily Montaglione Gary Monteith Bryan Montgomery ’11 Paul Moore Vivian Morabito Moran Family Donald and Susan Moroni Alan and Libby Jayne Morrill Julie Morris Maggie Morrissey Christine Moses

Jeanne Mottis Dr. and Mrs. Salvatore Caravella Gregory and Jodie Stahl Joanna Mroz Joseph and Elaine Mroz Joseph and Linda Mrozek Robert and Alicia Mulvena Ernest Nadler Deborah Nageldinger Peter Nashburn Patricia Nasuti Frank Nestle Donna Neu Beth Nicholas Donald and Lisa Nicholson Kim Niehaus Barbara Niemira Eugenia Niemire Amy Nowak Angela Nowak Kelyy Nowak Tim O’Connell Timothy and Cindy O’Connell David and Lynda O’Connor Kerriann O’Gorman Brian O’Hagan Michael and Barbara Ordway Peter and Mary Orecki Jeffrey and Elin Orman Louise O’Sullivan Cassi O’Sullivan ’11 Dan and Patty Palmer Erica Palmer Jeffrey Palumbo Tony and Jan Palumbo Carmita Pamphile Richard and Kathy Paoletti Donald Parks Earl and Karen Parks Lori Parsell Carlton and Gloria Patterson Norma Patterson Beth E. Patton ’98 Tammy Pease Frank Pelczynski Paula Pendolino Kim Pensalfini Frank and Mary Lou Peppers Staci Perdicho Mr. and Mrs. Vittorio D. Perrotta Allen Perry Thomas H. Peruzzini Bert and Deborah Petrie Sarah Petrie Bruce and Susan Pfalzer Lynn A. Phillips Lynn Phillips Colleen Phinney Cindy Piazza Morgan Piedmonte ’11 Joseph and Nancy Piraino

Kathleen Pittman Jacobs Denise A. Pizzino Stephen and Michele Platner Steve Platner Deanna Plummer Caitlin Pollard ’11 Norm and Regina Pollard Kathleen Porcelli Michael Potenza David and Ulrike Potzler Meghan Power Tom and Diane Power Jennie Pratts Patricia Lupe Priest ’75 Jake Privitera Michael and Chris Pryor Robert and Dawn Purcio Lauren and Gregory Quinn Mark and Nancy Ragus Glenn Alan and Catherine Ashley Randall ’11 Russell and Peggy Randall Chuck Ranney Terese Rastellini Michael and Debbie Ray Robin Raynor Michelle Redino Glenn and Joanne Redman Holly Redman ’11 Dale Reed Traci Reed Joseph and Mary Reger Loretta Reifsteck William and Janet Remizowski Mark Reulbach Daniel Reuter Jessica Reynolds ’11 Joan Rice Carla Ann Richards ’11 Keith and Judy Richards Susan Rider Joanne Rinella Tom and Barb Robertson Eleanore Roe Michelle Rogachefsky Eileen Rose Cynthia Rosenberg John and Jody Rosenberger

John and Terri Rossi Sherri Rossi Robert ’72 and Nancy Roth Douglas P. Rowe ’80 Debbie and Bruce Jones Irene Ruddy Lacy Rugaber Stephen and Cynthia Russell Mirta Russo Robert and Marie Russo John Rutan ’76 Diane Ryan Vikki Rychcik Natalie Sachman Donald and Janet Sage Samir Salamah Martin and Kathleen Salvas Rob Sampson Timothy and Kristin Sampson Michael Sanderson Susan Santoro Tulio and Yojani Santos Nicole Sarratori Kyle Sauln Richard and Maria Savona Cheryl Scannell Bethany Lynne Schlegel Theresha Schmeer Constance Schmidle Terri Schmieg Frank and MaryLee Schoeneman Brian and Paula Schrader Thomas and Barbara Schrage Darlene Schrantz Kristi Schrantz ’11 Mark and Darlene Schrantz Rose Marie Schrantz Stephen and Judith Schwartz Michael and Katrina Sciaroffo Patrick and Wanda Scordo Anthony and Mary Scumaci Philioppos and Maria Seas Tracy Selbert Matthew Sendker

Patricia Sergott William Seyboth Jeffrey and Debra Shalke Amanda Shamp Todd Sheridan ’11 Thomas and Nancy Shine Eleanor Shultz Susan Shumaker Mike Silber John and Maria Siracusa Joseph and Carol Siracusa Phillip Siracusa Andra Sklar Scott Sklar Liz Slater Eleanor Slavik Michael Sleight April Smith Colleen Smith Elaine Smith Heidi A. Smith Jean Smith Kenneth and Patricia Smith Kyle Smith Megan Smith ’11 Randy and Betty Smith Shannon Smith Darren Sneed Debra Snyder Hanan Sokol Aileen Sousa Scott Spencer Darlene St. John Timothy and Kathleen Stachnick Daniel and Judy Stahl Jessica Stahl James and Janet Stanton Rebecca Staudt ’11 Walter Steele Thomas and Margaret Steffan David and Linda Stephan Mark and Kathleen Stevens Kelly Stiffen Sharon Stiller Sierra Stiller-Saiger Anita Stocking James and Irene Story Robin Streeter

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Stephen Stribing Mary and Bohdan Sulyma Melinda Sweazey Thomas and Judy Sweeney Ken and Debra Swoope Michael Tammaro Candace Taylor Catherine Taylor Karla Taylor Michael and Margaret Taylor Glen and Jean Teeple Jack Terrell Mary Thomas ’06 Robert and Betty Thomas Candy Thompson Nicole John-Thompson Justin Tierney David and Sara Tinkelman Gail Tipton Penny Tooley Christopher ’93 and Karen Towner Debra Tracy John Trait Danielle Tripi Donna Truman Valerie M. Turner Nicole Tuttobene ’11 Christian Tychostup ’11 Kevin Tylock ’11 Robert and Diane Yoder Nancy Van Bell Susan Vandervoort Kim Vangelder Debra VanHooft ’79 Yvette Veira Grant Vennel Vincent and Marilyn Ventimiglia Ann Vogan Richard and Barbara Voigt Kathy Voss Paul Wagner Steve and Deb Wagner Sarah Walburn ’11 Bryce and Julianne Walker Timothy Walker William Wallace Jeffrey Warda

Marlene Wauhkonen Irving Weakley Weaver Family Christine Webb Jean Weddle David and Sharon Weilert Brian and Linda Werder Mary West Michael West Ronnie and Jacqueline Westfall Michael and Karen Wetherbee Andrea Wheatley Edward and Karen White Shari White Timothy and Shelly Whitelaw Jill Wierzba Melody Wiggins Greg and Heather Wiktorski Marion Wilcox Laurie and Mike Wilkin Joseph and Peggy Willard Jamison Williams ’11 Jesse and Jeanne Williams Kenneth Williams Mary Kay Williams ’81 Keith and Kelley Williamson Ron and Barb Winter Celeste Wischerth John Wishart Daniel and Sue Witmer David Wohleben Amy Woicyk Stephanie Wojick Greg and Ellen Wolf Jeff Wolk Joseph C. Wolniewicz ’85 Daniel and Cheryl Worley Carrie Wright Amber Wurl Scott and K. Inez Young Tracy Youngman Patricia Zerah Max Zimmerman Nathan Zimmerman Anthony and Judith Zon Michelle Zuhlsdorf

Friends Lew Adams Gary Adams Gwen Adolph Vinay Aggarmal, MD Hannah Baba Ahmed Donald and Avis Ainsworth Curtis and Jocelyn Alter Laura Amick Anonymous (2) Gail Attaldo David Attaldo Joe Bader Stephanie Bainziger Priscilla Thomas Baglio Charles and Joanne Bailey Michael Ball and Janet Tuohy Chris and Sue Ellen Ball Sally J. Ball Cynthia Banach David and Mary Ellen Baxter Tomassina Beach Mary Ambrusko Bennett Robert Bermudes, Jr. Craig Billie Helga Bobb Kevin and Mary Bosner Troy Bridges Mary Ann Brodt Pauline E. Brown Mark Brumbaugh Gary and Lana Brumbaugh Stacy Bruno Steve and Ellie Bryant Kevin Buckley Thomas Burke Ann E. Butler Charles and Pamela Carey Bill and Cathy Casey Barbara Chandler Henry Charache Patrick and Mary Chella Lisa Chevalier Ann Chiodi Philip Chornow John and Rayna Cipollini Anne Clark Anne G. Cloutier Jennifer Colman The Condit Family Mike and Polly Conn Eileen Contestabile William and Lee Carol Cook Walter Cooper Dennis and Mary Ellen Coseo

R. Wayne Cotie, MD Andrea Cotter Estelle Crawford Timothy Cripe William and Judie Critchley Sandy Wilson Edward and Monica Dawson Joseph and Margaret DeLorenzo, Sr. Bob and Nance Dean Denise Delucas Bruce Didsbury Erika and Kay Dilday Robert D. Dix James and Rebecca Dix Norman and Lena Dix Dan and Denny Donovan George and Betty Dunn Franklin and Joan Eck John and Becky Edwards Brad Elliott, DC David and Cecelia Epperson Kathie Evans David and Kathryn Falcone John and Cara Fantauzzi and Family Mark and Lisa Fenton Robert Fischmann Gerald and Jean Foster Melissa Dorfman France John and Patricia Freiberg Charles Frey Richard and Ann Frey Jody Frisbee Timothy and Ellyn Gale Ann Gallagher Roberta, Marissa and Nathan Gancarz James Gandre and Boris Thomas Paul and Judith Gard Robert and Kendra Gemmett Laura George Dr. Hayley Gershengorn Marvin and Janet Gershengorn Bob and Ann Getz Joseph and Ellen Gilbert Wanda Gilbert Sally T. Ginther Burton and Sally Ginther Robert Glerum Darlene Golson Pamela Greco Cindy Grome Matthew Haag

Holly Hapeman Sandra Hare James and Frances Hartel Heather Hartmann Bob F. Hastings William B. Hauser Kathleen Heater Randall and Nancy Herko Margaret Herting James Hodge David and Gwendolyn Hoffberg Nancy Hood Edmund * and Tina Hundt Thomas Iacubucci Anne Ireland Jane Job Cameron Johnson Marjorie Jones Michael Joshua Andrew and Sandra Kaldor W. Hubert and Sally Keen Marlton Swim Team Karen C. Kenyon Jeffery W. Kiley Judith Kipler Harold and Shirley Knight Jeff Kochems Larry and Wendy Kramer Bob Kuret Deanna Langer Richard Lasky and Jane Wagner James Lee Johnnie Lehman Jan and Noreen Lisowski Terri Littlefield Bernard LoBracco, Jr. Shirley Locke Christine Lombardo Scott and Chelsey Long Marilyn Lowden Doris Magel Mim and Pip Maguire Mariah Maloney Donald Marcoullier Julia Firks Markusen Linda Martin and Valerie Benzing Myrtle Mathews Theresa Matthews Bill and Mitzi McCrady Pat and Kansas McDonald Mary McLaughlin Susan Mead Andrew Megdanis Neil and Kathy Milliken

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Kent Miner Sandro and Denise Mironti Bradley and Molly Mitchell Nancy Mollura Martha Monsees Helen K. Moore Dian Moran Thomas and Linda Moretuzzo Sarah Munson Nancy Murray Brion Nealon Mary Nealon Kevin and Margaret Nellis Frank Nestle Diane O’Brien Thomas Ophardt Pamela O’Rourke Mr. and Mrs. Jay O’Shea Anne O’Toole Virginia Palmer Donald Parks Steve Parsels Paula Pendolino Lynn A Phillips John Picuri Kenneth and Anastasia Pink Kathleen Pittman Jacobs Robert and Yvonne Pohlman Rita Power Gregory and Lauren Quinn David Rakov David Ramirez Caroline Ramirez David Ranney Dale Reed Bradley Reed Martin and Ivy Rennalls Bob and Mary Rice Cassandra Rich Teresa Richards Beth Robie Beverly Roche Stephen Rosini Kevin and Gwynetta Rossi Helen Rowland Hilda Roxborough Irene Ruddy Vikki Rychcik Natalie Sachman Martin and Kathleen Salvas Kyle and Nicole Sayers J. Noel and Grace Costich Schlageter Greg Schramm Adolf and Rose Schroeder

Michael and Christine Schultz Rosemary Serabian William Seyboth John Sheatsley Thomas and Elizabeth Simmons Helen Simpson Estelle Simpson John and Angela Sinacore Leonard Skowronski David and Jane Sloan Liz and Pearce Sloan Ruth R. Smith Kathy Smith David and Tracey Snow Michael and Suzanne Sodoma Philip and Mary Spooner Roger and Margaret Sprague Robert and Lynn Stockmaster Margaret Story Imre and Beatrice Szalai Bruce and Cheryl Taylor Robert and Mary Teske Judith A. Thomas Patrick Thomas Teresa Tocco Hilary Toland Sabrina Tompkins Debra Tracy John Trait Julie Trimble Doug Volan Michael Wahl Michael and Patricia Walker John and Gertrude Watters Marjorie and Brenda Weaver Roslyn Weinman Richard Weinzler William and Anita Wemple Megan Whitbeck Kathryn Wiegand Maureen Wilson Celeste Wischerth Donna Wisnieski Doug and Kitty Withers Peggy Woods Anne Woods Tracy Youngman Chris Ziegler Anthony and Judith Zon

*deceased

Corporations, Foundations and Other Organizations A Different Path Gallery Abbott Laboratories Fund AEGIS Foundation Agape Physical Therapy Services, PC Altria Group, Inc. Alvin F. and Ruth K. Thiem Foundation AP Professionals of Rochester, LLC Apogee Telecom, Inc. Arjuna Florist & Gifts Austin & Co. Inc. B. Giambrone & Company, Inc. Bank of America Matching Gift Program Barnes & Noble College Booksellers, Inc. Bergmann Associates, Inc. Bittersweet BJ’s Custom Creations Embroidery Service The Bonadio Group Bristol Myers Squibb Brock, Schechter & Polakoff, LLP Brockport Auxiliary Service Corporation Brockport Student Government The Byrne Foundation, Inc. Campus Life – The College at Brockport Christ Episcopal Church Confer Plastics Corn Hill Neighbors Association, Inc. Corning Incorporated Foundation Counseling Center Department Country Treasures The Donald F. and Maxine B. Davison Foundation DeJoy, Knauf & Blood, LLP Delta Kappa Gamma, Alpha Alpha Chapter Delta Sigma Department of Biology – The College at Brockport Department of Social Work– The College at Brockport Division of Advancement – The College at Brockport Dow Jones & Company Matching Gifts for Education Program Drake Memorial Library Drumcliffe Parents Organization, Inc.

Duke Energy Foundation Eastman Kodak Educational Testing Service EFP Rotenberg, LLP Eli Lilly and Company Foundation Entercom Rochester, LLC Entre Computer Serivces ExxonMobil Foundation Fast Buck Fanny’s Fidelity Investments Charitable Gift Fund Friends of Charlie Nesbitt Gannon University GE Foundation Genworth Foundation Giant Joe Enterprises, Inc. Grainger Matching Charitable Gifts Program The Harley School Hospital League/1199 SEIU Training and Upgrading Fund HR Works, Inc. HSBC Matching Gift Program Hungerford Vinton, LLC IBM Corporation Insero & Company CPAs Intel Foundation Matching Gifts to Education Program Jack Spates Oklahoma Gold Wrestling Camp J-B Sportswear of Caledonia Jimmy Z’s Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies Johnston Paper Judith P. and Willard W. Hunter Charitable Fund Kilian J. & Caroline F. Schmitt Foundation, Inc. King & King Architects, LLP Kista Tucker Dance Company KPMG, LLP LaBella Associates, PC The Landing at Brockport Landsman Development Corporation LeChase Construction Liberty Mutual Library, Information & Technology Services – The College at Brockport Lockheed Martin Corporation

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The M&T Charitable Foundation Mengel Metzger Barr & Company, LLP Merck and Company, Inc. Next Generation Vending and Food Services Northern High School NSJHS Sunshine Club Office for Students with Disabilities – The College at Brockport Office of Academic Advisement – The College at Brockport Office of International Education – The College at Brockport Office of Recreational Services – The College at Brockport Office of Student Retention – The College at Brockport Office of the President – The College at Brockport Paris Kirwan Associates People Dancing Pandora Projects Pepsi Beverages Company Pfizer Foundation Pi State-Delta Kappa Gamma Society Presbytery of Genesee Valley, Inc. Present Tense Dance The Red Bird Tea Shoppe Robinson & Gordon CPAs Rochester Area Community Foundation Rochester Ceramics Rockne Educational Television Sanford and Jill Miller Charitable Gift Fund

SC Johnson Fund, Inc. School of Business Administration and Economics – The College at Brockport School of Education and Human Development – The College at Brockport Seneca Foods Foundation Sherrill’s Promise, Inc. Staples Strategic Security Concepts, Inc. Sweden Senior Association, Inc. Sysco Food Services, Syracuse Tompkins Charitable Gift Fund Toshiba Business Solutions The Turner Corporation Tyco Electronics Matching Gift Program United Way of Greater Rochester Unum Usherwood Office Technology Verizon Foundation Victorian Bed and Breakfast W.E.B. Stull Lumber Co., Inc. Wells Fargo Foundation Educational Matching Gift Program WHEC TV-10, LLP Women and Gender Studies Woods Oviatt Gilman, LLP Xerox Foundation Zeller Corporation

Alumni Donors by Class Year The following reflect gifts made by alumni of $50 or greater. Please note that the dollars raised reflect all giving from the class highlighted. Participation includes all donors, not just those at $50 or more.

1936

$175 Raised 33% Participation Betty Delano Vary Bernadine Beyer Whalen

1942

$130 Raised 8% Participation Mary Elizabeth “Betty” Britton Guthrie

1943

$355 Raised 17% Participation Sylvia Shayler Lewis-Snow Barbara Newell Shamp

1944

$675 Raised 19% Participation Raymond Berruti Harriett Landy Nolan *

1945

$180 Raised 19% Participation Florence Pilato Burnett Dorothy Kuntor Trail

1946

$1,835 Raised 23% Participation Betty M. Chapman Alexander and Charlotte Garelick Holstein Ruth Schuchart Blanche C. Toole Sue Pugliese Virgilio Josephine Wallin

1947

$240 Raised 28% Participation Charlie Chase Elizabeth Jennejahn Fiegl Mildred Brewer Van Hoover

1948

$430 Raised 21% Participation Anthony Moshano Betty Michielsen Pensgen Ann Miller Rasbeck Eleanor Ide Rosborough

1949

$1,680 Raised 29% Participation Lou Avino Virginia Albanese Avino Frank S. Boffa Lawrence Cappiello Ann Sinclair Delaney Seymour ‘Zip’ Eggleston George M. Jurik Shirley Hinnau Jurik Richard A. Lanson June Leggett Moshano Wanda Romano Rapp Joanne Sculli-Grant Andrew Virgilio

1950

$5,467 Raised 27% Participation Anonymous Charles Blazey Vito A. Costanza Irene Grandits D’Agostino Thomas V. De Maio Ralph T. Dodge Elton H. Fairbank Charles R. Fiegl Victor Giardinelli John House George S. Hugel Jean Engel Ingalls Robert C. Jackson E. Kenneth James Walter Kennedy James Le Chander Joanna Naruszewicz Loughlin William Margolies Lois Gilt Saeger Len Stirling Donald F. Tubbs Diane Hopkins Van Deventer Ray Van Deventer Nicholas A. Verzella

1951

$14,255 Raised 23% Participation Siri Hammer Bergheim Bruce Bibby Anna Harvey Cassaday Joseph G. Doser Jean Scheuerle Eschner Faith Kornprobst Flick Joan Butmore Freitas Jean Grehlinger Howell

Florence Becker Kaplan Corinne Lynch-Smith Terry J. Ransbury Shirley Kreutter Stellhorn H. Keith Stott Dr. Lydia Thering Donald Thompson E. Gordon Van Buren Margaret Veith Wicks

1952

$3,610 Raised 24% Participation Lawrence C. Arcarese Ginny Connorton Brittain William Brittain * Cornelia Santomieri Cimbalo Patrick Damore David E. Day Evelyn D’Aurizio Del Rosso Dolores Ribas Douglass Norma Murray Emmerson Kenneth Fishell Mary Byrnes Foyle Archie Freitas Ruth Petersen Hilfiker Barbara Geise Holmes Nancy Griffing Jayne Raymond L. Jayne Eugene J. Kamrass Eugene C. Kolacki John I. Loughlin * Robert W. Lucia James A. MacTavish Inga-Britt Lindholm McCue Betty-Jane Tillotson Nasca Mauro and Rita Panaggio Herbert Pluschau Francis Scalise

1953

$10,285 Raised 25% Participation Julia Kamvissis Arvans Edward and Jeanette D’Agostino Banker Patricia Dolan Behn Roy Bubb Catherine Pillitteri Catalino Henry Cinti Lucille Faro Clark Joyce Harper Dahrsnin Jerry and Nancy Dunn Jacqueline Holt Egger A. John Fiorino Mary Vanni Goldfein Mary Peer Hastings

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Warren Heiligman * Arthur L. Hillis Barbara Stanton Hillis Gerald Keating Ace Ketcham Richard Loffredo John McCaffrey Jeannette Brenkus Mowers Russell Nicosia Eugene and Mary Orbaker Erma Ornce Pettis Paul W. Sarbou Melvin Smagorinsky Barbara J. Stevens Thomas R. Taber Joanne Metzger Van Riper Lawrence D. Wilson

1954

$33,252 Raised 23% Participation Joan Clark Aceto Estelle Y. Baker Lyman ‘Beans’ Bement Bill Brand Joan Taylor Carnie Ronald A. Clark Adele Sampler Fried Jack Gagen H. James Gauvreau Alexander Johnson Dolores ‘Donnie’ Woodward Kamrass Christine Gioseffi Mazzarella Jack Mazzarella Harold W. Nash, EdD Lorraine Porter Nash George * and Rosa Rich Donald C. Shannon Donovan A. Shilling

Yolanda Trovato Shilling Jack and Carol Smith James E. Vaccaro

1955

$2,035 Raised 23% Participation Richard F. Cavallaro Garnet Cox Lloyd V. Dashnaw Joseph J. Del Rosso Carol Curtis Hobbs Daniel P. Kolesar Phyllis DeGraff Kunimura Anthony Link Marilyn Gaylord Link Jane Franc Lory Peter Madsen Robert McAllister Roberta Yackel Miller John Nelson Hugh Nicol Mary Ann Abele O’Brien Barbara Staffen Owen Ronald L. Pavlak Robert J. Robine Helen Fabi Smagorinsky Susan Dewey Ville Chuck Williams

1956

$1,650 Raised 17% Participation Rudolph Aceto Ronald F. Broadbent Jean Hall Tuttle Coon Ronald B. Cuppernull Frank J. DiChristina Peter Hinchey Barbara Korneliusen Charles R. Kristich

Nancy L. Lehrer Dorothy Faas Rockwell James D. Sudore Ginger Waterman Van Der Meid Morton Wexler Arthur Winiecki

1957

$8,298 Raised 23% Participation Robert Arlington Betty A. Bartkowiak Donald A. Barton Walter E. Cain Beverly Camp Harvey A. Dorfman * Jacqueline Blake Harten John J. Harten Jean Monacelli Hefke Warren and Maryann Hewes Melvyn Maas Marilyn Kingsley Madsen Glen ‘Muggsy’ McGinnis Gary J. Miller Donald E. O’Brien James A. Palumbo Daniel and Margaret Robinson Preska Kilmer D. Rivera Arnold Spinner Ira Sweet Erna Icken Wedemeyer Diana Milano Wexler Paul H. Winiecki Rita Perrotta Winiecki Al Zivitz

1958

$57,758 Raised 17% Participation David H. Byron James B. Coe Harold Diamond Joan Skeet DiChristina Bob Driscoll Marshall Garypie

Donald F. Hachten Harold H. Hefke Ann Schuiten Hiemenz Vira Hladun-Goldmann Judith Berry Jennejahn Margaret Higgins Mercieca Joann MacBlane Middleton Christine Searles Milne Bill Nicholson BJ Palma Evelyn Malinoski Pavlak A. Calvin Peterson Gordon V. Pike Martha Jane Edwards Schick Jack Syage Nancy Vankouwenberg Syage Richard Tom Sheila Gold Weinberger

1959

$4,945 Raised 19% Participation Marcia Baker Demperio Joseph and Beth Bellanca Dale R. Blissett Donald A. Condello Alberta Smith Dick Linda Stanwix Fishell Sheila Gissin Weinbach Donna Ross Holzschuh Harold D. Houpt * Peter J. Luciano Kenneth Lunderman George E. Mancuso Norman F. Marten John and S.Jean Boyd McKay Judith Zilker Montanaro Samuel Montanaro Barbara Baker Quinn Frederick C. Rockow Barbara Holmes Schnitzer Matthew R. Schnur Elizabeth Crosby Stull Judith Stoneham Wadsworth

1960

$1,845 Raised 20% Participation Brenda Ulrich Beal Donald E. Bulmer Monna Madge Carter John Goetschius Bill and Doris Hunter John P. King Norman C. Law Dr. John Lemcke Beryl Hinds Schmid Robert Thomas Pinky Smith Tiebout Kathryn Crosby Waible Frank J. Wilhelm Britton D. Wood

1961

$33,392 Raised 24% Participation Patricia Ellis Baker Nance Bleekman Baranowski Richard B. Barnhart Jean Carney Bassage Lyle R. Bassage Joyce A. Betros George and Carol Vancise Bott Anne O’Shea Broadbent Sylvia Agnello Cappellino Andrew T. Caruso Judith Wade Denio Marcia ‘Bunny’ Howard Dodson John R. Doser Trudy Fedder Doser Richard B. Dykeman Marilyn Redinger Flemming Gus E. Galliford Thomas Ganley Judy Heron William Heyen Mary Cosgrove Ingersoll Carl A. Jennejahn Art Lemery Elaine Leshnower Anne Kolibersky Linkner Bill Linkner Roy J. Maratta Charlene Tabone Marten Diana Ehret McKenna Hugh McKenna Larry J. Moore Pat McCullough Moore Dale G. Pease Nancy Snelling Putnam Jim Reisinger Salvatore P. Salorenzo Donald J. Santini Ray and Guylene Scharf Kathryn Wethey Schnur Jane Winkley Schultz Lorraine DiTullio Sparks James R. Sutton

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Theresa H. Tomczak Gerald W. Turner Geraldine Musso Turner

1962

$4,930 Raised 17% Participation Rosemary Krist Barnhart Judith Welling Boily Roger W. Boily Bette J. Brunish Philip P. Carlivati Linda LeRoy Chin Richard F. Coronato Paul D. Craddock Gary L. Crawford Elmer J. Cuthbertson Adrienne C. Daniels James S. Denio Harry D. Doty Mary Alice Edson Sharon Hedrick-Ash Hannelore Greiner Heyen Martin J. Hoctor Richard W. Knab Glorianne Parnell Mather Ella Humphrey Nichols Ralph T. Orrico Bob Paliwodzinski Fran Paliwodzinski Margaret Hester Palombella Lou Pennella Patricia Muisiner Rose William and Sharon Sanford William M. Setek, Jr. Jack and Joyce Silvernail Judy Saunders Thomas Donald T. Vrooman Faith Holloway Weldon

1963

$12,831 Raised 14% Participation Peter L. Arras Elaine Gray Beetow Nelson H. Beetow Richard Boardman Idelle Fowler Bowles Walter F. Brautigan Carolyn McCale Buongiorne Charlotte Nicosia Coronato Thomas C. Diederich Carol Szuba Duffin Martha Wills Dunning Daniel J. Dunning Ike Eichhorn Catherine Torriere Gorman Donald H. Greene Duane E. Hutton Edward Kropp Donald E. Kwak Guy A. Lupisella Ray and Sheri McGrath Myrna McNaboe W. Jack Palombella DuWayne F. Paulick

Ellen Goggin Polimeni Carolyn Brigham Pyskaty Michael D. Rapalje Robert J. Rondina Diane Langworthy Santora William A. Schieffelin Adelaide Ratigan Setek

1964

$2,928 Raised 16% Participation Ralph P. Bell Joanne Ocello Cordaro Thomas L. Cowan James A. Cunningham Kathryn Covert Dey Bonnie Becker Dunham Sandi Forno Eichhorn Dennis A. Farace Margaret Whitcomb Goodhue Carol Lovenguth T.L. Mather James E. McNally Mary Brei Duryea-Merle Patricia Sincock Mesolella Bonnie Hotaling Mosier Brian P. O’Connell Don H. Osborn Michael S. Pavlovich Rorry Gurrieri Romeo Joyce Frederico Rothfuss William M. Santora Patricia Detar Scanlon Becky J. Smith Gary L. Stevens Patricia Tongue Thomas Kay Van Nostrand Marolyn Piersma Wilson Dennis A. Woodard

1965

$9,520 Raised 18% Participation Carol Patrick Anderson Stephen B. Beaulieu George I. Borsuk Carolyn Bliss Buntich Paul Buntich Gary D. Clements Dorothy Roll Criscuolo James A. Dugan Paul J. Faber Harlow and Judy Fisher Josephine F. Gangemi Carl E. Glenister Diana Rech Hertweck William G. Hertweck Ruth O’Brien Houserman Gae Phillips Hutton Frank and Jean Karley Iacovangelo Karen Morris Jones Susan Palovich Lawley Isabelle Collins Lupisella Bernice Mathis Mahar Daniel J. Mahoney

Ann Krogenas McCrossen Jean Salerno Meisenzahl James Quamo Pamela Mitchell Quamo William H. Nelson Barbara Koch Noble Clare A. O’Callaghan Maureen Bleshoy Onstott Madelyn Smith Perry Frank Posato James Quamo Pamela Mitchell Quamo Donna M. Quartaro Ruth Underhill Rigerman Ray Samson Patricia Kunkle Tosi David S. Tudman James E. Tuscher * John R. Updyke Robert D. Utter Donald A. Walzer Carl D. Wheat Marybeth Sheldon Wilson

1966

$6,388 Raised 15% Participation Mary Meyer Anderson R. Hokey Anderson Anonymous Stephen J. Bender Robert H. Berry Jeffrey H. Conklin Maureen Ward Cunningham Marcia Lawson de la Cerda Patricia A. Desmond Gary R. Dross Sally Pratt Farace Don Hagreen J. David Heintz, Jr. Claire Kniffen Hewitt Gregory Kenney Thomas L. La Duke Steve Linderman David J. Lipani Judy Buchholz Loughlin Teresa Munkert McGuire William R. McGuire William L. Mull Henry J. Peris Sharon Mooney Peris Molly Forrest Posato Jill Rakov Patrick Ross Susan Chasin Ross Tony Rossi Val Sheldon Rossi Ronald Rucker Maryann Sacher Carl Savalli Karen Goodwin Sodoma Herb Trimmer Joyce Carpenter Wahlig Richard S. Zusman

1967

$14,315 Raised 17% Participation John D. Alessi Katherine Davin Alessi Bette P. Bailey Jonathan and Nancy Bell Joseph F. Carothers Alfred G. Chandler Molly Barnum Cigal Barbara J. Cole Had Coughlin James A. Cox Sandy Cutter Gail Dibartolomeo Dasno Terry J. Dasno John H. Epke Charlene Dobbs Esslinger Susan Strack Farley Steven W. Fisher Linda Ross Hagreen Judith Fedder Heppner John and Donna Izzo Cheryl March Kohut Fred Kohut James P. Kraus Susan Kwas Maloney Joe Maresco Maryann Keating Maresco Howard A. Newman Kathleen Burns O’Connell Linda M. O’Leary Margaret Pringle Raley Anne M. Ray Mark Relyea Dominic V. Rossi James D. Sculley Martha Machuga Serio Paul A. Setter Charles E. Shephard, Jr. Ronald L. Sodoma Ann McCormick Sweeting Jacqueline Kahres Taft Gary Westerfield

1968

$8,822 Raised 12% Participation Lee Cainaru Anderson Rose Parisella Bennett Carol Bonsignore-Kitchen Linda Brinkworth-Mairs Ruth B. Chaffee Jane E. Clark David G. Daniels Charlie Dean Jack Dentinger Anthony DiCioccio Marjorie Ebersole Dorene Erb Alice Reiss Fisher Kathleen Eick Fox Barry P. Gelman Robert W. Gill Larry Janicki Thomas Jenison James ‘Chip’ Kinne

Linda Metherell Knab Joan Brogan Lindsey Larry Lutz Sandy Macomber Sandra Frank Mehlenbacher Larry Mosher James B. Neider Linda Knolle Patterson Donald Perry Kenneth Pettapiece Valerie Eberhardt Pettapiece Daniel J. Porter Kathe Kraushaar Porter Hugh L. Ratigan Norma Townsend Ratigan Christine V. Rider Jim Sauberan Gary Skoog James H. Smith John and Annette Smith Donald F. Staffo Lynn G. Steltmann Mary Lou Toglia David ‘Tresh’ Tresohlavy Bruce Turner Janet Vossler Vargo Aimee New Won A. Howard Young Ronni Zudiker Zusman

1969

$17,820 Raised 10% Participation Barbara Franco Adams Linda M. Allen Linda L. Arena Dave Ball Judy Haggmark Ball Marlaine Podosek Barnes PR Barres Jean M. Berry William J. Blackstock Willard H. Blaskopf Shirley Bowen Bill Brooks Marietta Vaccaro Brownlie Terry Thompson Carbone Valerie Miller Cloud Douglas and Marina Conoway Harrison N. Davis * James C. Fallon Beverly Casper Garlipp Richard J. Gaughan Craig J. Gilbert Irene Thomson Gilbert Susan Rauch Gilligan Lawrence Gilligan Robert J. Gleason Doreen Ritterbandt Goffe Jean F. Gravelle Johanna Messinger Greene Annie Shure Guenther Ronald D. Hubbard Carl J. Kuras Robert L. Loughridge Sharon A. Mac Crea

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Nancy Beatty Marino Robert J. Marino James D. McLean Earl Mehlenbacher Donald F. Murray Stephen E. Nash Ronald A. Parmele Rose Marie Paone Parmele Richard N. Piller Gary Quartararo Valerie Angevine Relyea Janet Ellis Richard Jim Scott Dan Senkowski Richard P. Sommer Judy Reig Taylor D. Gregory Van Dussen Jacqueline Hinds Van Dussen Jerry S. Welcher Nancy White Welcher

1970

$7,474 Raised 10% Participation Robert P. Alexander J. Henry Ambrose Anonymous (3) Welda Habersaat Bader Janet W. Beck Regan Beers Louis Betstadt Jill Frost Campbell Fred J. Carbone Linda D’Onofrio Carol McNeilly Donovan Sharon A. Gaiptman Carolyn Shuman Greene Kathleen Heuseveldt Groves Howard J. Haims Jon Harrington Barbara Castagna Hecker Melanie Hulbert Hogan Linda J. Holley John P. Januszkiewicz James R. Kelly Jessie Marvin Lazeroff Thomas J. Levanduski Christa Koschel Lutz

Jack Mahoney Karen Michelis Martin Marjorie Barlow Martin Daniel McGrath Frank J. Miale David L. Miller Jake Minger Yoano N. NiiLampti Robert D. Olczak Nancy Westcott Oshier Richard E. O’Toole Charles P. Parker Cynthia Schiminske Prentice Woody and JoAnn Ramsey Terry L. Rich Virginia E. Sackel Sidney A. Sall Michael Schaffer Emily Borck Schwab Allan Silverman Ellen M. Simkulet Michael J. Singleton Elaine C. Vella Bob Zichittella

1971

$4,225 Raised 8% Participation Anonymous (4) Michael Banker Carol Diffendale Beers Vincent T. Bonetti Patricia A. Brown Robert O. Bull Barbara B. Chandler Samuel I. Dance Francis A. Daniels James F. Delly Mendal W. Dick Lisa W. Fox Ralph A. Gestwicki Susan Kroll Gokey Lynne Long Hammel Paul E. Hawkins Frances Blu Huettinger Dennis J. Jarvis Leah Pantalone Johnson Howard P. Lafave Kermit R. Mercer

Frank Milano Peggy Kalke Milano Anne E. Miller Colet Ritter Mitchell Stephanie Olsen Michael J. Oshier Alan D. Posnick William Reeves, Jr. Thea Detschner Russell Ralph M. Shortell John W. Smeaton Patricia Spano Smeaton Kathleen Smith Abraham Z. Starkman Susan B. Steinbrenner Jim Sutton Cindy Young Tavera Constance Westlake Tresohlavy Barbara J. Vivier Norm Ward Allen R. Webster Sandra Bolton Willmott Maureen Faoro Wisniewski William E. Wormsley Nancy Yule Gail Eberhardt Zichittella

1972

$12,647 Raised 6% Participation Anonymous Cheryl Avenel-Navara John T. Bandy Jill M. Becker Nancy J. Beckwith John E. Benjamin Bob Bennett Charles Bergener Linda Mackwirth Betstadt Stuart Bowns Thomas J. Burke Paul R. Conklin Robert Conrad Sara Lemmler Cook Amy Dodd Crowe Leo J. Curro Anthony S. Felicia Jeffrey P. Gemmer William A. Gokey Jean Bloomquist Goulet Gail K. Hart Terrence M. Hooper

Thomas H. King James T. Korneliusen Bill Kreger Alain F. Maca Richard T. Matthews Robert E. Morgan Gary Owens Sue Ann Juda Raymond Diana Kitchen Reinhardt Mary Ellen Carter Rich Rocco Riti, Jr. Robert and Nancy Roth Peter H. Schmidt Linda Stephan Schoene Paul Schule Joseph H. Sears Bernice W. Skirboll Michael J. Smith Bill Steinhaus Susie Swartwout Steinhaus Beverly Gangloff Tylenda Roy M. Ventullo David Virgilio John C. Walton Susan Booth Ward Dana Schwartz Webster Judith Morse White Catherine Clarke Wronski Thomas Zubert

1973

$36,708 Raised 7% Participation Edwin A. Assenheimer Douglas Axman Patricia G. Baldwin Neal M. Belitsky Christine A. Bevilacqua Susan M. Bianchi Nicholas Billotti John R. Bocciolatt Paul J. Bodekor James M. Briggs Douglas J. Bull Robert D. Bunnell Bruce and Marilyn Hoover Burkey Jeremiah Casey Charles Clevenger Mary F. Coleman Janice Kaplan Daitz Janet M. Day Donald A. Diesel

Dennis and Ruth Doell Mark J. Evans Mary Kallen Fessenden Margaret M. Freeman Ellen M. Gauthier Mary Ann Fauls Giglio Thomas J. Gosdeck Daniel R. Gould Jim Graves Phyllis E. Griswold Andrew Gronski Gary R. Hartranft Gregory Hartranft Susan Hastings-Bishop Janice Vogler Hawkins Ann Lechner Henderson Tom Howarth Len Jankiewicz Stu Krieger David L. Kvam Diane Rowlands Kvam Byron Lapham Barbara Rozelle MacEachern Annette Svet Mackin Howard Maffucci Barbara L. Marsh Mark F. Matt Mary Held McKerlie William G. McLean Kathy Gregory Nash Peggy Brokenshire Nelson Susan Frank Nims Anthony B. Pariso Brian J. Petraitis Diane Conor Pignato Charles G. Prairie Margaret Callahan Rappleye Andrew A. SanFilippo Sandra S. SanFilippo Linda J. Schaffer Alan L. Shobert Linda Doell Siconolfi Valerie S. Slack Laurie Silverman Smith David L. Stoloff Linda A. Stone David J. Thornton David P. Turkow Peter and Kathleen Villa Janet Hiller Watson Jerry R. Winterton S. James Winterton

1974

$8,045 Raised 6% Participation Bruce G. Arnold Ellen M. Bazzoli Robert G. Bertram David N. Bradford Sylvia Bell Burke Elizabeth Herron Cahaney Roy W. Carr James H. Cauraugh Marilyn Sweeting Chastek Jeff Crane Sue Hurley Crane

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James A. Davidson Joan M. Di Risio June Dickerson Barrick Joseph G. Doody Philip A. Duffy James E. Duncan Ronald J. Edick Michael W. Fichtner David and Leslie Foxen Kathleen A. Frank Mary Keller Gaffey Patricia M. Hammarth Nancy A. Hewitt Marla Kefor Hill Donald Holmes Kim R. Houserman Maureen McCarthy Kaus Roberta L. Klein Kenneth W. Kuhn John J. Lawrence Bill Leavey Jean Palmer Levitt Barbara J. Lippa Paul E. Marcero Thomas J. Markle James P. McElheny Nancy Sturner Messina C. Michael Nuffer Daniel W. O’Donnell Mickey J. Orr John A. Pollock Dawn R. Post Paul Purfield Timothy J. Radigan Norma Nenni Reem Margaret Rich Ann Mulroy Riemer Lawrence and Pamela Rowles Bonnie Barthelman Sale Kenneth K. Senn Joan C. Sitterly Kevin J. Stark Jack Stewart Theodore E. Stovall Denise Le Fevre Sullivan Kurt E. Thalwitzer Alicia V. Velasco Charles E. Wallace John W. Willits

1975

$11,345 Raised 6% Participation Carol C. Achilles Cynthia Young Acklin Susan K. Allen Cathy Stempel Appleby Susan Gunwaldsen Barra Bonnie L Bower, DDS Gary R. Bradshaw Mary Feneran Brady Wendy Kessler Bryant Vivian Zakielarz Cantor Mavis Chaskin-Mott Angelina Fiorito Colavito Susan Manogue Donk

David J. Dowd Harry J. Gross Richard D. Hall Nancy A. Higgins Edward M. Jackson Daniel B. Karin Russell E. Kohnken Lorraine Leonardi Kolacki Regina Scarano Lagatta Janine Lysiak Lesser Glenn R. Levitt Margie Lovett-Scott Susan Huff Maas John Martellucci Linda Wehle Martin Cheryl Ripberger Matt Doreen Tomaszewski May Tracy J. Nieporent Scott R. Peal Jeffrey D. Post Karen Pickett Post Patricia Lupe Priest Douglas J. Reeves Linda LaCrosse Reeves Kathleen A. Reigelman Robert Robare Nancy Bunce Robinson Rosemarie Ren Ruck Leonard J. Savedoff Blaine S. Schwartz Darlene Runions Sprague Nancy Galloway Stewart Jonathan Dean and Denise Marie Tanguay, PhD William L. Tepas Thomas S. Tipple James Underwood, Jr. Eldwin Van Alstyne Mary Roche Ventullo Mark D. Werner Carol Eckers Wetmiller Eileen J. Wuethrich Mary Zimmer

1976

$7,625 Raised 4% Participation Lawrence C. Albanese Donald and Kathy Bowen Marian J. Cerio Charles A. Chisholm Craig A. Conway Mary E. Corey David T. Dalton Cindy Piester D’Errico Jim Donk Debra Gligora English John Feeney Wendy Pierce Feeney John E. Flanagan Harry and Patricia Franklin David G. Hammond Jordan S. Horowitz Bonnie Robertson Howlett Roger Howlett Paul Jannotte and Family Candace Dimmig Korman

Barry A. Koss Joann Parry May Roseanne Marmo McMorris William C. McClure Linda Polidori McElheny Richard McGarrigle Jan Riedinger McGowan Mary Bartholf Neider Amy Moshenberg Nieporent Mary L. Olney Mary E. O’Toole Steven J. Pechman Susan Petersen and Luz Cruz Susan Cameron Polesnak Michael J. Robinson Susan Rubel Savedoff Frederick Schamu David Seldner Eileen F. Shirey Donald F. Snyder Daniel Stinebiser Carol Jones Stolow William S. Stolow Deborah L. Titus Linda J. Valenti Jayne Dykes Villard Donna Ried Volpone Douglass J. Wyckoff

1977

$25,795 Raised 5% Participation Gabriella Safford Albanese Jennifer Albright Eugenie Mehserle Banker Blaine M. Barham Robert Bastian Stephen Cella and Family John S. Clarke Karen Benz Clarke Judy Vanderwedge Cowit Stephen J. Cowit E.T. Daniels, Jr. Thomas E. English R. Scott and Mary Flieger Mary Lou Whitney Galasso Mary Jane Streer Gangloff Nora Holland Garza Jeffrey S. Gifford Michael R. Goodwin Stephen J. Hardy Sharon M. Hartnett Michael H. Head Mike Hill Fred Jensen Pauline Tung Johnson Susan Huston Jones Penelope A. Ketchek Joan Lesnick-Adams Ann Kroeger Lesperance Linda Furnal Lytle Patrick Madama William McConnell Diane Frost McCue William F. McEnery

Michael McGowan Carole F. Miller David Pangrazio Katharyn Lieben Peebles Kathleen Fenton Radigan Patrick H. Ruocco Dennis M. Sherin Julia Hochstadt Sweet Dennis Thompson Michael Whelan

1978

$6,053 Raised 4% Participation Diane C. Abel Rick and Diane Amundson Anonymous Laura Reinhardt Berish Darlene Robusto Bianco Wade Bianco Steven H. Boettcher Lance M. Brown Marian Myers Brown Mitch J. Cohen Kim Britt Dewey Gail Zezze Donohue John E. Flanagan Cathy L. Flowers Mary Lee Geisel Susan B. Genthner Robert H. Gross Gail Harpel Gucker Wendy Sinacore Haidinyak John C. Harter, Jr. Martin R. Heavey Roxanne Andriello Hettler Joseph D. Kalen Donald H. Kalke Sharon Kehoe J. Robert Kimmerer Joyce A. Lauck Mark Levine Edward Malone David J. Mc Morris Janet Goodness McClure Thomas W. Muller Karen Reidy Newcomb Barbara A. Paulick Thomas D. Quinlan Jane Huntley Reagan Donna M. Reynolds Robert M. Roseman Joan Rollo Rurey Roger Rurey Gary P. Russell James Scardinale Charles Snyder Rafael Soto Douglas Trinder Richard Wahl Gerard J. Wenzke Steven A. Wolff

1979

$25,368 Raised 5% Participation Betty Marian Anderson Robert D. Baden Sharon Belle-Render Allan R. Berry John D. Bologna Mark W. Bradbard Jean M. Brereton Michael D. Broadhead Frances Canning Josephine Randazzo Carra Kenneth E. Clarke Joseph S. Crociata Roxanne Bennett Curtis William D’Anza Colleen T. Donaldson Dan and Denny Donovan Joan S. Fenton Gregg Frankel Jean Zuberer Frankel Richard B. Grady John L. Guty Cary W. Harkaway Harriet J. Heller Ruth E. Hennessey Angela T. Hoyt Mike Hyland Evelyn O’Connell Kappeler Jeffrey C. Lamison Aaron Lepold Nancy Havel Lyons Frank E. Maehr Sandra Martinez Katherine Marotta Marzec Beverly McInerny Vincent C. Miccoli Bruce Minkoff Wendy Soronson Minter Diane Nicholl Tim Noble * Kathleen Perry Oldehoff Bruce E. Painting James M. Pedro Lorene Calligaris Pedro Gary B. Quilliam Gerard Reidy William J. Ryan Michael and Suzanne Schnittman Laurie S. Schoch Seth H. Schwartz Connie Sommer Paul Sonnenberg Eugene H. Spafford Willard J. Sproule Patricia Gavigan Sullivan Joseph Trilling Frederick and Patricia Tuttle Roxanne Wallace Barbara Campbell Weber James M. Weber, Jr.

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1980

$34,111 Raised 6% Participation Richard Aldi Patrick J. Bannister Mark E. Bower Patrick Capuano Nicolina Colosi Trilling Jeffrey Cox Deborah A. Dibley Michael C. Doyle Amanda J. Eichenlaub Douglas Gaylor Glenn Goldberg and Kim Burke Susan Corvelle Gregg Don Hallenbeck Carey B. Hatch Avis Wagner Hooper Gretchen Gallagher Hughes William and Lauren Hunter Matthew J. Korten Jeffrey T. Lashbrook Gay Hotchkiss Lenhard Linda Scherr Maehr Richard M. Magere Anthony Mazzeo Dorothy LaFave Miner Dwight H. Overmoyer John F. Parisella Rhonda Farrell Parrish Daniel R. Patsos Sonya J. Pease Johannes Peeters Sharon Peterson Candace D. Raderman Richard J. Restina Timothy A. Rougeux Joseph D. Scanlan Scott E. Smalling Gary J. Sullivan Judith Szustakowski JoAnn F. Vierthaler

1981

$33,501 Raised 5% Participation Frederick T. Bence Deborah A. Birkins Timothy W. Carey Edward G. Casey James C. Casey Robert J. Cole Jay Conley Mary E. Corey Patrick M. Crowley Ed Doherty Peter and Linda Dowe John P. Ennis Kurt Ernst and Jeanne Navagh Jeanne Nelidov Gerber Joseph and Linda Giani Diana Kleve Hallenbeck Thomas A. Henderson Judith C. Joyce Kathleen Kane-Buckholtz

Irene J. Komor Christine E. Landry Mary Ellen Cloutier Langlois Kirk J. Leister Donna Reynolds Matthews John P. McEntee Keith and Kathleen McIntosh Richard C. McNulty David L. Menter Barbara J. Myers Jeanne Navagh Ernst Kurt Ernst Maryellen Parnell Post Jacqueline Jones Prince Vincent and Marti Renoud-DiPaola Christine McPadden Romot Michael P. Sondow Nancy Warren-Oliver Bruce Winston

1982

$12,469 Raised 5% Participation Anonymous J. Scott Atkinson David Birnbaum Kevin P. Bohne Nancy Donovan Burke John Dickson James Duffey Sandra Ehni Richard M. Frank Robert J. French and Pamela Pletcher Howard J. Friedman Laurie Garafola Alexander and Barbara Giovanniello Jim Goldthwait Corey A. Horowitz Susan Diane Jones Margaret Kelly Warren Kozireski Ed Lasky Suzanne Allis Miller Marjorie Perlman Eileen Newdale Pillmeier Margaret Colopietro Recca Steven Recca Dorothy Benjamin Reid John Reighn Cliff Scutella Larry R. Solomon Louis and Gene Spiro Woody and Nancy VanDenburg Derrick Vile

1983

$13,275 Raised 6% Participation Patrick M. Adams Thomas J. Anderson Anonymous Denise Armstrong-Rose Dereck Bigford

Ronald Bradt Leslie A. Bull Maureen E. Casey Monica Cosgrove James R. Davis William and Karen DesJardin Neil and Laurie Zettler Epstein Kenneth Fredrick Lynne Fullerton-Gleason Barbara Michels Giovanniello Gregory Goggins Tina Szmyr Haldeman David and Margaret Lenderking Hale Michael Hodom Susan Beebe Hodom Rebecca Goldstone Horowitz Linda Lasky Christopher and Myra Leichtweis Christine Rego Maier Kevin P. Malenga David Morenberg Christos Moschovitis Tracy Beckwith Perkins Richard and Sarah Simpson Powell Dan Raimondo Richard Reeves Kevin and Christine Richard Thomas Sanger Jean Hallen Sauberan Linda Bradley Scanlan Brad Schreiber Stephen M. Shifton Steven H. Slate Louis Taxin Kathleen Cleary Turco Michael West Michelle Littlefield Winnie Ronald Winnie John and Nina Wolf

Kyle Rapell Restina Diane Smith Scheible Karen Schuhle-Williams, PhD Noreen E. Sheridan John K. Steinbrenner Nina Tamrowski Ross E. Williams Stephen R. Zogby

1984

$3,815 Raised 4% Participation Beth Felo Adkins Jody L. Caldwell Debra McKeown Caputo Mark and Vicki Charbonneau Ron and Rita Mannoni Ellis Eileen Weintraub Fishman Norman R. Gayford David J. Geary Audrey Renneman Hallenbeck Allyn Hammel Jennifer Williams Klawonn Jeanine M. Lutz Melissa Gates Mack Lory Molino-Smith P. Murrary Henry Padron Jacquelyn Thomas Sinatra Angela D’Ambrosi Trzepkowski

$3,074 Raised 4% Participation Mary Donahue Brown Lorne Cohen Lisa Compton Allie Gurrant Donnan Nancy Hemry-Botts * Lori Taylor Hunt Eileen Sinnott Johnson Lisa Gray Knecht Helen J. Kostelas Ruth Lang Ronald Leonard William Lista Douglas Logory Timothy Mabb Patrice Wilson McMath Marie Russo Merenda Terry O’Toole Lois Bubb Petote

1985

$8,876 Raised 4% Participation Michael D. Andriatch Susan Lee Besimer Eric A. Brayer Suzanne Mekarski Carroll Joan L. Christ Jeffrey A. Dodd Michael Dreimiller Christine Fendley Larry Flood Charlotte Francis Celene Fryba-Uczen Charles H. Goshorn Barbara Gamble Goshorn Janet M. Hill Glenn Johnson Sandra L. Konfederath Michele Liguori-Alampi Shoshana Melnick Timothy J. Melvin Carolyn Miller Roshelle M. Pavlin Mark A. Pinchak Paul D. Rosati Sharon Wetmore Rosati Ronald Sanchez Andrea Shapiro Harriet Sally Sisson William E. Wilson Joseph C. Wolniewicz John W. Zwierzynski

1986

Marianne M. Virgilio Jim Whittle Ellen Wilber Anne M. Yawman

1987

$5,124 Raised 4% Participation Anonymous Eileen McEnerney Bannerman Mary Lou Blodgett David C. Culver William M. Emanuelli Christopher J. Gaherty Karen Hegeman Mary Hechtel Khunger Mark A. Lacatena Wendy Matthews Lista Jenny Lloyd Marsha Mancuso Sandra Meade Jeffrey D. Mehr David Mihalyov Dianne Schrier Miller Paul Montanaro Jose Munoz Donna Noble Kevin T. O’Brien Karen Owen James P. Pegoni Robert Persia Margo Shaw Sarkisian Louise Scudieri, CRNA, MS Arnie Serotsky Gary L. Shirley Kenneth Trzepkowski Claire L. VanDenBerghe Toby Walters

1988

$3,161 Raised 4% Participation Mark R. Aesch Mary Blanchard Bintz Michael Bintz Dan and Michelle Blondell Beverly Brownell Brust Kevin A. Conroy John Conway Stephen P. Cousins Andrew Ellowitz John Foschio P. Michael Fox Cathy Houston-Wilson Pamela W. Krahe Jim Maddock Michael P. Mahoney Todd M. Majewski Roger Misso Lisa Palmer Montanaro Julia Morrison-Morgan Timothy Rosado Timm Slade Kathleen Squires William W. Sybalsky Gayel VanFleet Todd

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Gregory Tortorello Susan Zauderer Kean A. Zeches

1989

$7,812 Raised 4% Participation Robb E. Adams Anonymous David J. Arlington Elizabeth C. Banner John Beck Virginia Campbell Kerrie Dawley Cooper Mary Nagel Cousins Larry DeWolf Scott and Sam Farrell Cheryl A. Fehnel Stephen Girolmo Anthony Harris Steven Jeffrey Stephen and Allison Kaiser Linda Krieger Judy Kwarta John A. Leone Daya N. Manatunga Maxine McDonald Karen M. Olson Grace H. Pritchett Alice T. Riggs Cassandra Wilson Rosado Blase P. Salomone

1990

$3,975 Raised 3% Participation Craig S. Abbott Patricia O’Connor Anderson Terrance Bellnier Curtis R. Birthwright Noel D. Blair Monica Carson Brasted Jeffrey A. Chester Jeff Davidson Sharon Reynolds Delly Rob DiCarlo Lynn E. Eick Laura Emerson Robert and Suzette Fenton James J. Fradenburg Linda Wilson Gigliello David Harris Gregg Loetzer Craig and Tamsin MacDonald Don M. McDonald Janet Kamp McLean Sandra Meleca Tim Nekritz Tara Cornwell Peacock Allen S. Plymale Kevin Rosko Jack W. Sager Andrew C. Sarat

1991

$2,854 Raised 3% Participation Holly J. Anderson Jason Benham Patricia Seubert Blair Judith A. Clark Kerry Collins-Gross Stephen Dear Tara Jankner Fishler Pamela J. Grosch Phillip K. Johnson Yardena Kalir Donna L. Kennison Karen M. Maras Robert Marchiony Lisa A. Meyer Janique M. Nine Jane A. Pascoe Jill Pearce Jamie L. Raiser Daniel F. Rogers William L. Rumbold Torrance L. Schmitz William and Lucinda Stanton Irene Stumberger Jamie Umberger Raiser Gladys Wolsky

1992

$2,883 Raised 3% Participation Dane S. Anderson Christine Giese Belongia Lisbeth Smith Birthwright Julie Bogdan Michelle Enriot Corbett Scott R. DiMarco Barbara Wetherbee Fernaays Johnna M. Frosini Willie Hacker Tammela Schepler Hamlin Virginia Hebda Major Dan Hershkowitz John W. Hoey, Jr. Michael E. Hoyt George J. Koegel Sandra Sleeper Lehr Jim and Brenda Lyness Karen Ogden Olmstead Chuck Privitera D. J. Smith Maryanne Talia April Nelson Ticknor

1993

$8,534 Raised 3% Participation Katie Andriatch David H. Baker Margaret Montaglione Clark Kerry Cleveland-Collard Joseph E. DeCaro Glenn Emerson

William C. Frank Christa Aldrich Geise Robert F. Green Susan Schopp Hannan Mary Heveron-Smith Marilyn Hill Isaacs Jennifer Piedmont John Kathleen Laforce-Hutteman Denise Lasek Lariviere Dawn M. Lee Stephen A. Milne Wendell L. Morgan Sara Niemeyer Paul J. Payne Joseph J. Praino Corey J. Robinson Gregory J. Russo Josh Silber Tammy Johnson Smith Chris Stevens Jeff Thomas Jennifer A. Tom Paul ‘PJ’ Wendel Michael G. Williams

1994

$15,435 Raised 3% Participation JoAnn Fininzio Acquarulo Susan Fogg Brightman Joseph L. Chesebro Ben C. Drake Patricia A. Harris Sue Holmes Anne Hughes Juanita C. Jolley Deanna Woodhams Krusenstjerna Sandra Farrington Montemaggi J. Michael Mott Wesley R. Pickreign Anne Podolak Katherine Grace Purcell Shantha M. Rao Howard Rosenblatt James Vlogianitis

1995

$18,138 Raised 2% Participation Maureen Moore Ballard Lawrence Bley Diane Drake Anthony M. Esposito Mary B. Ferrari Daniel J. Herrman Heather M. Jones Melissa R. Lawson Geraldine A. McCarty Craig Monroney Susan Pettitt Painting Dean Poodry

Erin Barfield Reece Mark Rowland Shannon Sauro Pamela J. Stiles Alethea Fitzgerald Trinkaus Michael A. Trinkaus John Vlogianitis

1996

$4,277 Raised 2% Participation Nora Y. Bell Bob Confer Florence E. Elliott Frank and Peggy Fee Shirley L. Hans Floyd Hopkins Shannon Jennison Kristine M. Littrell Donald and Eileen Magin Michael Mellace Nancy J. Panzer Susan Roos Pearson Gina Porter Frederick L. Prentice, Jr. Brian Reiss John Sapienza Darlene M. Schmitt Jeffrey S. Silvaggio Jason Slack Jeffrey M. White Marcia Wieczorek

1997

$803 Raised 1% Participation Alan Boekhout Bryan D. Courtright Karen Burge Drake Gwendolyn James Rosemary Luzum Rebecca Plant Mellace George Shapow

1998

$2,573 Raised 2% Participation Jennifer Jesionowski Arbore Billy and Cristin Brown James T. Carbone Donna Conway Jeffrey Delorme Maria Ehresman Michelle Bailey Fritzsching Jack Harbold, Jr. Shannon Donahue Kull Stephen Kull William Lang Christopher Leone Eric P. Norcross Beth E. Patton Jonathan M. Vanhuben Ben Werzinger

1999

$2,344 Raised 1% Participation Paul and Amber Blye Brescia Andrew M. Corbett Lisa Feinstein-Krotz Scott G. Haines Edie Hill Adam Keller Ryan C. Lanigan Peter A. Lawrence Thomas J. Massey Paul Palombo Joseph A. Pierce Chris and Chaley Swift

Justin Beach Judith A. Bertram Brian Blodgett Rebecca Gillette Allen S. Harvey David E. John Lauren Kelly Jeremy Macaluso and Kristen Long Kirsten Martin Mary Maslanka Thomas F. Niles Rachel Skelly O’Donnell Marjorie Oster Robinson Brandon St. John Benjamin Wineburg

2000

2004

$1,122 Raised 2% Participation Neil Chodorow David V. Evans Matthew R. Farren Christopher A. Greene Mark Impellizzeri Jason R. Mangone Chad J. Markel Diane Ranocchia Boni Michele Jacek Rase Elizabeth Standish

2001

$5,505 Raised 1% Participation Jennifer Ashbaugh Rob Blanchet Carlnita Peterson Greene Julia Kay Lareau Brian S. Maieli Robert B. Pepe Amy Saeva Sheila Strong Sharon Wallace-Frater William R. Wilkinson

2002

$1,099 Raised 2% Participation Heidi Kozireski Amy L. Kruppenbacher Roberta T. Majka Rebecca Markel Lindsey Rozzi Lauren R. Snyder Richard L. Taylor Allison M. Wright

2003

$2,332 Raised 2% Participation Amanda J. Avery Leonard J. Baker

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$2,474 Raised 1% Participation Gary L. Barney Charlie Croff Scott A. DeCaro Joshua Fegley Stephen N. Keblish Deborah Leary Robert F. X. O’Brien Michelle A. Sagona Nikki Sanchez Dawn Santiago-Marullo Kristen Schuth Jason Waite

2005

$2,598 Raised 1% Participation Lindsey Dickinson Bellor Michael Bellor Judith Burke Jared R. Burnett Timothy Burns Michael T. Davis Kim Ehret Alicia Y. Girvin Matthew T. Hanson Cheryl Hungerford Kalyani Madhu Jared McLaughlin Justin P. Rogers Haley S. Schedlin Kathryn Schwartz-Rosenau Jennifer Marshall St. John Racheal Mastin Wood

2006

$1,912 Raised 2% Participation Nicholas Catanzaro Jennifer L. Heim Henry M. Kuperus Steven B. Lewis Mary McCrank and Laurie Haelen

Jonathan Mitzel Ryan Mohr Steven Reynolds Michelle K. Sanchez Andrew P. Smith Lauren Stromer Tiffany N. Telarico

2007

$2,305 Raised 1% Participation Marisa Ballaro Talya Horowitz Mitchell Nock Carl R. O’Connor Stuart W. Ornduff Bill Sachman

2008

$681 Raised 1% Participation Alissa D. Chaney Caitlin Wall Irish Emily Lottes Jennifer Showalter Kirsten A. Whittaker Denise I. Wickham

2009

$875 Raised 1% Participation Briana Litolff Gregory J. Parizek Danielle R. Selby Jason T. Shannon Lyndsey Vader

2010

$837 Raised 1% Participation Nicole L. Bower Tina Carson Kathleen Diehl Damian J. Flint Lacey Grove Matthew J. Mangona Katie Mertz Kim Remley Jeffrey Smith Jessica Van Allen

2011

$1,325 Raised 5% Participation Todd Sheridan Jamison Williams

* deceased

Honors and Memorials The following donors showed how much they care by making a gifts to the Brockport Foundation in honor or memory of a family member, close friend or colleague.

In Honor of: Michael Andriatch’s 25 years of service to The College at Brockport Curtis J. Hill Melvin ’53 and Helen ’55 Smagorinsky Frances Moroney Whited Dr. Betsy Balzano extraordinary service and her retirement Jonathan ’67 and Nancy ’67 Bell Walter Brautigan ’63 Benita M. Jorkasky Frances Moroney Whited Ed and Jeanette Banker Frances Moroney Whited Jeanette D’Agostino Banker Roy Bubb ’53 Curtis J. Hill Pi State-Delta Kappa Gamma Society Sandra Cain’s Retirement David and Margaret ’83 Hale Shirley Carmichael Allan ’79 and Jean ’69 Berry Colleen Donaldson Lauren Lieberman James Dusen’s retirement Frances Moroney Whited

Bill Evans Jack Glickman and Jacqueline Davis Jeffrey D. Mehr ’87 Frances Moroney Whited

The marriage of Anne Huot and Joanne Cepelak Allan ’79 and Jean ’69 Berry Mary Lou Blodgett ’87 James Gandre and Boris Thomas Kathleen H. Groves ’70 W. Hubert and Sally Keen David Mihalyov ’87 Ellen Simkulet ’70 Sheila Strong ’01

The wedding anniversary of Dr. and Mrs. Richard Fenton Robert ’90 and Suzette Fenton Mark and Lisa Fenton Frances Moroney Whited

Donald and Gloria Huot Gary and Elizabeth Caruso Darwin Prioleau George ’54 * and Rosie Rich Susan R. Seem Louis ’82 and Gene Spiro Andrea Vella

Sue Genthner Frances Moroney Whited Mary Jo Gigliotti Frances Moroney Whited Mary “Chick” Vanni Goldfein Roy Bubb ’53

Dr. Earl Ingersoll Joseph Crociata ’79

Kelly Greapentrog Joe Bader

Judith Kitchen Joseph T. Carney ’00

Cassie Guthrie Frances Moroney Whited

Drs. John and Kathleen Kutolowski Alison Parker

Don Halquist Jacqueline Davis and Jack Glickman Jeffrey D. Mehr ’87

Noah LeFevre Curtis J. Hill

The marriage of Janie Hill and Aden Murcutt Mark and Nancy Ragus Hilda Roxborough

Bruce Leslie Frances Moroney Whited Dr. Merrill Melnick Frances Moroney Whited Betty Nasca’s 80th birthday Richard and Ann Frey Barbara S. Owen’s 55th Anniversary Karen Owen ’87 George M. Rich * Terry ’70 and Mary Ellen ’72 Rich Cassandra Rich Dr. William C. Rock Robert D. Baden ’79 Dr. Andrea Ciliotta Rubery Rochester Area Community Foundation Frank and Patricia Sacheli Gary and Elizabeth Caruso

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Mel Smagorinsky’s 80th birthday Roy Bubb ’53 Gladys Wolsky ’91 Louis M. Spiro for Father’s Day Haley Schedlin ’05 Dr. Susan Stites-Doe Educational Testing Service Thomas R. Taber Laura Amick Michael ’85 and Katie ’93 Andriatch Edward and Jeanette ’53 Banker David and Mary Ellen Baxter Kevin and Mary Bosner Roy Bubb ’53 Catherine Catalino ’53 Henry Cinti ’53 Jerry ’53 and Nancy Dunn Tom ’72 and Carol ’69 Gagen Ann Gallagher Paul and Judith Gard Ian and Rita Henderson Gerald Keating ’53 Erma Pettis ’53 Liz and Pearce Sloan Melvin ’53 and Helen ’55 Smagorinsky Ruth R. Smith David and Tracey Snow Barbara Stevens ’53 Judith A. Thomas Lawrence D. Wilson ’53 Gratitude for summer research professors, specifically Professor Torre Robert Bermudes, Jr. Deb Tranello Stephen ’89 and Allison Kaiser Betty Vary Frances Moroney Whited Andrew Virgilio’s birthday and Andrew and Sue Virgilio at Christmas time David ’72 and Marianne ’86 Virgilio Sue Virgilio’s 85th birthday David ’72 and Marianne ’86 Virgilio

The Wedding Anniversary of Dr. and Mrs. Andrew Virgilio Frances Moroney Whited Frances Moroney Whited Roy Bubb ’53 Ronald Wild ’55 Chuck Williams ’55 Jack Wolsky’s 80th birthday Gladys Wolsky ’91 Eileen Wuethrich Frances Moroney Whited Martie Zolleg James and Carol Zollweg

In Memory of: The Anselm Family Frances Moroney Whited Dr. Herbert S. Bailey Charles and Joanne Bailey Walter Brautigan ’63 Steve and Ellie Bryant Marilyn Cornish John and Cara Fantauzzi and Family James and Frances Hartel Myrtle Mathews NSJHS Sunshine Club Dr. Herbert S. and Inez W. Bailey Helen Rowland Frances Moroney Whited Dr. Betsy Balzano Frances Moroney Whited Dr. Richard Bonalewicz Charles and Pamela Carey John and Rayna Cipollini William and Judie Critchley Gannon University Jan and Noreen Lisowski Donald Marcoullier Marlton Swim Team Merrill and Shoshana ’85 Melnick Northern High School Theodore “Ted” Bondi Rudy ’56 and Joan ’54 Aceto Rick ’78, Diane, Colleen and Rich Amundson Anonymous Lou ’49 and Virginia ’49 Avino Edward and Jeanette ’53 Banker Donald Barton ’57 Lyman “Beans” Bement ’54 Ellen Blaker ’54 Charles Blazey ’50 Frank S. Boffa ’49 Bill Brand ’54

Richard ’62 and Jill Brauss Ronald ’56 and Anne ’61 Broadbent Anna Cassaday ’51 Ronald A. Clark ’54 Vito Costanza ’50 Patrick Damore ’52 Ann S. Delaney ’49 Jack Dentinger ’68 Ralph T. Dodge ’50 Jerry ’53 and Nancy Dunn Jean Scheuerle Eschner ’51 Kenneth ’52 and Linda ’59 Fishell Faith Kornprobst Flick ’51 Mary B. Foyle ’52 Kenneth G. ’63 and Judy ’63 Furness John Gagen ’54 H. James Gauvreau ’54 Victor Giardinelli ’50 Arthur ’53 and Barbara ’53 Hillis Peter F. Hinchey ’56 John L. House ’50 Jean G. Howell ’51 George S. Hugel ’50 Robert Jackson ’50 E. Kenneth James ’50 George ’49 and Shirley ’49 Jurik Florence Becker Kaplan ’51 Gerald Keating ’53 Ace Ketcham ’53 Richard ’62 and Linda ’68 Knab James Le Chander ’50 Alain F. Maca ’72 James A. MacTavish ’52 Robert McAllister ’55 Kenneth McCambridge ’50 Inga-Britt Lindholm McCue ’52 William McLean ’73 James D. McLean ’69 Marilyn R. Meyer ’54 Paul Montanaro ’87 Anthony ’48 and June ’49 Moshano Jeannette C. Mowers ’53 Thomas Murphy ’52 Harold W. Nash, EdD ’54 and Lorraine Nash ’54 Russell Nicosia ’53 Eugene ’53 and Mary Orbaker Phyllis Burgess Parcells ’50 John Pasquariello ’57 Ronald L. ’55 and Evelyn ’58 Pavlak Dale G. Pease ’61 Herbert Pluschau ’52 Terrance J. Ransbury ’51 George ’54 * and Rosa Rich Eleanor Rosborough ’48 Lois Saeger ’50 William A. Schefter ’54 Melvin ’53 and Helen ’55 Smagorinsky John ’68 and Annette Smith Jack ’54 and Carol Smith Shirley K. Stellhorn ’51

Len Stirling ’50 Dr. Lydia Thering ’51 Donald Thompson ’51 James E. Vaccaro ’54 Joanne Metzger Van Riper ’53 Susan D. Ville ’55 Lawrence D. Wilson ’53 Bob Boozer Bill ’61 and Anne ’61 Linkner Harry B. Boutet Michael D. ’85 and Katie ’93 Andriatch Robert and Yvonne Pohlman Lawrence Boyd Elaine Leshnower ’61 Frank O. Branstrom Jennifer Haytock Marguerite Hare Browne Edward and Jeanette ’53 Banker Carol ’61 and George W. Bott Sandra Hare Elaine Leshnower ’61 Craig and Tamsin ’90 MacDonald Reverend Cristina Condit The Condit Family Dr. Raye Conrad Carol ’61 and George W. Bott Gerry D’Agostino Thomas L. La Duke ’66 Dr. W. Wayne Dedman Patricia Baker ’61 Gus E. Galliford ’61 Joseph DeLorenzo, Jr. Joseph and Margaret De Lorenzo, Sr. Harvey Dorfman Melissa Dorfman France Frances Moroney Whited Dr. Rawle Farley Gwen Adolph Agape Physical Therapy Services, PC Donald and Avis Ainsworth Sriram V. Bakshi Betsy Ann Balzano Edward and Jeanette ’53 Banker Walter Brautigan ’63 John and Linda Chasse Sara ’72 and Jim Cook William and Lee Carol Cook Walter Cooper Marilyn Cornish Erika and Kay Dilday Janice Petso Dougherty ’68

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John and Becky Edwards David and Cecelia Epperson Joan Fenton ’79 Mary Lou Galasso ’77 Bob Gilliam Alice Goosley Margaret Herting Bill ’61 and Hanny ’62 Heyen Marion Hill Arthur C. Holland Benita Jorkasky Michael Joshua Larry and Wendy Kramer John and Kathleen Kutolowski Elaine Leshnower ’61 Margie Lovett-Scott ’04 Rosemary Luzum ’97 Helen R. Maier ’83 Mary Jo Orzech Anne O’Toole Anthony and MaryAnne ’81 Pietrzykowski Martin and Ivy Rennalls George ’54 * and Rosa Rich John Sheatsley Barbara Sherwood Helen Simpson Melvin ’53 and Helen ’55 Smagorinsky Arline Stephany Judy Wadsworth ’59 Ann R. Weitzel Ward ’74 and Ann Wolff Frances Moroney Whited Elizabeth (Betty) Jennejahn Fiegl Charles Fiegl ’50 Rosemary C. Fisher Jack Glickman and Jacqueline Davis Frances Moroney Whited Steve Foster Gerald Foster Steven Fugle John and Roxanne Johnston James Fulton

Allan ’79 and Jean ’69 Berry Mr. and Mrs. Ray ’61 Scharf Dr. William B. Hemmer Helen Hemmer Edmund Hundt Donald and Avis Ainsworth Helga Bobb Ann E. Butler Mary F. Fessenden ’73 Sandra Hare Tina Hundt John L. Jamele ’70 Martha Monsees Frances Moroney Whited Rita Power Adolf and Rose Schroeder John and Gertrude Watters Fred Ingalls Frances Moroney Whited Renee Potvin Lord ’46 Blanche C. Toole ’46 Mary I. Lusky Frances Moroney Whited Margaret “Cookie” Mamet ’61 Marcia “Bunny” Dodson ’61 Dr. Richard V. Mancuso Betsy Ann Balzano William ’83 and Karen DesJardin Curtis J. Hill Donald Holmes ’74 Joseph D. Kalen ’78 Susan Maas ’75 Donna Mancuso Frank and Peggy (Kalke) Milano ’71 Roger Misso ’88 Christos Moschovitis ’83 Thomas Nugent and Patricia Mahoney ’01 John ’83 and Nina Wolf

Frank (Pinkie) Marino Elaine Leshnower ’61 Frances Moroney Whited

Scott Turner and Mary Worboys- Turner Karla Olsen Ann R. Weitzel

Mildred McCormick Allan R. ’79 and Jean ’69 Berry Eunice Chesnut ’76 Barbara Staffen Owen ’55 Doris Sweeting Carl D. Wheat ’65 Frances Moroney Whited

Mrs. Jane M. Orlowski Mary J. Egan ’78

Buck and Millie McCormick Virginia Palmer Mrs. Elizabeth McCrory George ’54 * and Rosa Rich Frances Moroney Whited Julie McWherter Rudy ’56 and Joan ’54 Aceto Bill and Monika Andrews Edward and Jeanette ’53 Banker Pauline E. Brown Stacy Bruno Dr. Charles Clevenger ’73 Judith Desfosses Herbert and Alicia ’95 Fink Richard and Ann Frey Charles Frey Robert and Kendra Gemmett Bob and Ann Getz Johanna Greene ’69 James Horn Roger ’76 and Bonnie ’76 Howlett Joseph R. and Janice A. Kandor Rick and Sharon Kincaid Donna Mancuso Diane Maurer Frances Moroney Whited Thomas Nugent and Patricia Mahoney ’01 George ’54 * and Rosa Rich Barbara Sherwood Melvin ’53 and Helen ’55 Smagorinsky Bonita M. Stewart ’75 Imre and Beatrice Szalai James ’69 and Nancy M. ’70 Vanzetta

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Dr. Ingo “Pete” Petersen Priscilla (Thomas) Baglio John and Susan Bixler Walter Brautigan ’63 Jeanne Gerber ’81 Carolyn J. Greene ’70 Robert and Jean ’75 Hayes H. Larry Humm Joseph R. and Janice A. Kandor Richard and Janice Liebe Bill and Mitzi McCrady J. Emory Morris Mary Jo Orzech Victor J. Rojas and Linda A. Hall Kenneth and Mary Jo Schlecht Ann Schnell Melvin ’53 and Helen ’55 Smagorinsky Dr. and Mrs. Delmont C. Smith Doris Sweeting Anne M. Yawman ’86 Larry Pettis Erma Pettis ’53 Dr. Harold Rakov Mr. and Mrs. Ray ’61 Scharf Katharine M. Reichel Frances Moroney Whited Robert and Jean Pepper Reichel Frances Moroney Whited Dr. George J. Rentsch Frances Moroney Whited Gary Root John and Roxanne Johnston Margaret Bailey Schaulis-Zion Elaine Leshnower ’61

Victor Schmidt Andrew T. Caruso ’61 Helen Sweeting Frances Moroney Whited George ’54* and Rosa Rich Charles Thomas Priscilla (Thomas) Baglio Robert P. Thompson Edward and Jeanette ’53 Banker Bob Gilliam Frank and Clara Tomczak Theresa H. Tomczak ’61 Elaine Van Dorn Jeff J. Davidson ’90 John R. Waple Edward and Jeanette ’53 Banker Mary Lou Galasso ’77 Division of Advancement The College at Brockport Lisa Montanaro ’09 Frances Moroney Whited Harvey Werber Tina Szmyr Haldeman ’83 Robert I. Scalzo ’84 Linda Culver White Nance Baranowski ’61 Sylvia Cappellino ’61 Lorraine DiTullio Sparks ’61 Clark V. Whited Richard Dykeman ’61 Frances Moroney Whited Beverly J. Wilkin Frances Moroney Whited Joan Kelly Young Elaine Leshnower ’61

Endowed and Annual Scholarships One of the main tenets of Brockport’s mission is to offer a high quality education that is affordable for our students. Yet for many, cost is still a barrier. Private scholarships, both restricted and endowed, can make a critical difference. A scholarship may mean that students can forego part-time jobs and give their full attention to their studies; it may open the door to a study abroad experience; or for some, it may make a college education a reality — not just a dream. Through the Brockport Foundation, generous individuals, foundations and corporations bring education within reach for many of our students. In 2010-11, the Brockport Foundation awarded over scholarships totaling $414,332. The Foundation also provides the College with $275,000 annually to support the Extraordinary Academic Scholarship Program, which provides scholarships based on overall academic achievement. Listed below are the endowed and annual scholarships that make it possible for Brockport students to achieve their educational goals.

Endowed Scholarships Allen V. Upton Scholarship Alliance Nursing Fund Alpha Chi Honor Society Scholarship Ambrose L. Corcoran Art Award Anna A. McGinnis Award Anne and Lynn Parsons Graduate Scholarship Fund Anne M. Fallon Memorial Scholarship Annette Lamphier Rock Nursing Scholarship Arthur M. Lee History Award Beatrice and Donald E. Leffler Award Betty J. Watson Scholarship Blaine M. Delancey Memorial Award Brockport College Memorial Scholarship Brockport Student Government Scholarship Captain Robert A. Bager Memorial Fund Cassidy Ball Scholarship Fund Charles J Ashworth Award in Business and Economics Charles W. Baden Award Chase Manhattan Bank – Clark V. Whited Award Clark V. Whited Award Class of 1952 Scholarship Class of 1953 Scholarship Class of 1962 Scholarship Class of 1963 Scholarship Computer Science Departmental Award Conrad Family Endowment Fund Dolly Pike Nursing Scholarship Donald J. and Julie McWherter Scholarship Donald M. Tower Award

Dorothea Deitz Memorial Scholarship Dorothy E. Foster Award Dr. and Mrs. Herbert S. (Inez W.) Bailey Scholarship Dr. Betty Marian Anderson REOC Scholarship Dr. Harold W. Nash and Lorraine B. Porter Nash Scholarship Dr. Louis R. Desfosses, Sr. Scholarship Edmund and Tina Hundt Scholarship Edward J. Kumar Administrative Services Scholarship Edward Matejkovic Sport Management Scholarship Edward O. Stephany Award Edwin S. Hall, Jr. Anthropology Scholarship Elaine K. Miller Women and Gender Studies Scholarship Ella Potote Ashworth Departmental Scholar Award in Education and Human Development Elmer J. and Fay Gallup Cloutier Scholarship English Club Student Poetry Award Environmental Health Award Eric M. Steel Award Eric M. Steel French Prize Eric M. Steel International Education Award Ernest C. Hartwell Memorial Award Eugene C. Fish Scholarship Evelyn L. Schurr Scholarship Frances Moroney Whited Award Frances Moroney Whited Reading Award Francis Claffey Award George and Mary Bauer Award George S. Queen History Award George W. Cornell Library Science and Administration Award Gerald L. Browne Award

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Gladys W. Queen Future Teacher Award Gloria Mattera Scholarship Graduate History Award/Flieger Fellowship Harold Rakov Political Science Scholarship Home Bureaus Award – Irene Weirich Home Bureaus Award – Winifred Craddock Award Ingersoll Family Endowment Interdisciplinary Award in Mathematics Jack Wolsky Art Scholarship Jacques and Dawn Lipson Award in Performing Arts James A. Schiller Award Janie Hill International Scholarship Joan C. Young Scholarship Josephine Mannix Scholarship Katharine M. Reichel Award Fund Katherine Parker Memorial Award in Art History Kempes Schnell History Scholarship Kurt Williams Scholarship for Excellence in Reporting Lathan H. and Alyce M. Lampen Award Lea Cowles Masters Award Marguerite Hare Browne Professional Education Awards Marguerite Hare Browne Professional Education Awards – Fred Dean Marguerite Hare Browne Professional Education Awards for a High School Senior Marguerite Hare Browne Student Teacher Award Marguerite Hare Browne/Greece Scholar Award Marguerite Rock Ward Memorial Award

Marion J. Wells Library Service Award Marion Schrank Student Leadership Award Marquerite Hare Browne Professional Education Awards – Rose Rock Martin H. Rogers Award Mary I. Luskey Award Fund Mathematics Departmental Award Melinda Kleehamer Senior Seminar Prize Michael Weaver Washington Semester Award Milne Family Foundation Morris Fellowships Newman Scholarship Fund NYS Federation of Home Bureaus Award – Monroe County Ora Van Slyke Award O’Reilly Scholarship Orlo L. Derby Elementary Education Award Patricia A. Ryan Memorial Nursing Scholarship Fund Paul B. Hanks, Sr. and Paul B. Hanks, Jr. Award Paul J. Kronthaler Chemistry Award Pauline M. Haynes Music Award Perkins Award Peter and Marguerite Kane Graduate Communication Scholarship President Albert W. and Marjorie H. Brown Scholarship President’s Citation Pylyshenko Family Endowment Fund for International Study Pylyshenko-Strasser Graduate Dance Award Raymond C. Shaheen Business Award Raymond C. Shaheen Nursing Award

Reading Educator Emeriti Scholarship Richard and Joan Fenton Scholarship Richard L. Canuteson Award Robert E. Boozer Fund Robert E. Hall Math and Computer Science Scholarship Robert J. and Nancy B. Marino Business Leadership Scholarship Robert R. Griswold History Award Rochester West Central Kiwanis Club Award Rose L. Strasser Dance Award Roy Bubb Award Ruth A. Garis Scholarship Sabina Kutolowski Scholarship Samuel, Elizabeth and Dr. Francis J. Manno Award Sara T. Jackson Award Science Scholar Awards Sherwin G. Swartout Memorial Award W. Raymond Duncan Alumni Scholarship Fund W. Wayne Dedman Award Warren M. Morgan Memorial Award in English William P. Manitsas Memorial Art Award William R. Stewart Award in Visual Arts William Stebbins Award in Health Science

Annual Scholarships and Awards

Jennifer Lloyd Prize Jorge L. Marti Spanish Prize Lena Sunseri Piedmont ’34 Scholarship Maggie M. Fox Award for Creativity in Poetry Maureen Casey Scholarship Maurice J. Moss Fine Arts Award McCue Scholarship Nat Goodhartz Award Next Generation Vending /BASC Scholarships Norma and Herbert Spiro Memorial Scholarship Olga Bondar Unger Memorial Book Scholarship for Theatre Phyllisa McEwen ’06 Prize Physics Undergraduate Research Award Pre-Health Professions Fellowship Rachel Wood Scholarship for Nursing Resident Assistant Award Rev. Dr. Robert W. and Sally R.B. Bermudes Travel Fund Rocco Valvano Scholarship Rosemary and Francis Fugle Scholarship Roy and Helen Doody Scholarship in Business Santo J. Giglio Award in Choreography Schmitt Foundation Scholarship in Business

Advantage Professionals Scholarship Barbara E. Kowalczyk Memorial Award in Economics Bernice Skirboll ‘79 Scholarship in the Mental Health Field Bette Bailey Scholarship for Excellence in Dance Billy Reed Prize in Public Speaking Brockport Foundation Dance Scholarship Brockport Foundation Undergraduate Research Experience Carol A. Susswein Memorial Award Davison Scholarship Dr. Richard Mancuso Undergraduate Research Award in Physics EFP Rotenberg Scholarship EOC Maxine Gooden Scholarship Fund Four Sisters Scholarship Frank Beltran International Business Friends of Dance Fund Gary D. Root Memorial Scholarship Harriet Whitney Women’s Studies Award Helen Rice Blissett Nursing Scholarship International Education Award James C. Fallon Scholarship

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Shannon Adams Scholarship in Accounting Sherrill’s Promise Award Sociology Department Fund Steven C. Fugle Memorial Scholarship Terry Gore Prize for Military History Thiem Foundation Nursing Scholarship Vira Hladun-Goldmann Scholarship Warren and Mary Ann Hewes Scholarship WHEC Scholarship Fund William B. DeCarlo Award Xerox Scholarship

Brockport Alumni Association Scholarships Alumni 4-Year Scholarship Alumni Current I Scholarship Alumni Current II Scholarship Alumni Graduate I Scholarship Alumni Graduate II Scholarship Alumni Generation Scholarship Alumni Transfer Scholarship

Other Scholarships Empire State Minority Scholarship Urban League Scholarship

$1.1 Million Gift Takes Brockport Science Research to New Heights Long before he began his lifelong career teaching at The College at Brockport, J. Emory Morris, PhD, professor emeritus, was in love with the field of chemistry. Throughout his 42 years in the College’s Department of Chemistry, Dr. Morris was known for his commitment to sharing his knowledge and igniting the imaginations of his students as they studied and conducted research. Today, Dr. Morris is multiplying that commitment a million times over — make that $1.1 million times over. He is to endow the Morris Opportunity Scholarships for the Study of Science with a $1.1 million gift, which will expand funding to support undergraduate students as they pursue research in chemistry and biochemistry at the College, including full-time summer research. Dr. Morris believes the foundation for academic success is preparatory coursework before entering college. These scholarships are intended to encourage students to

pursue the sciences. In addition to the student scholarships, a portion of the gift will be used for annual awards to faculty research mentors. The gift is the latest in a long history of support by Dr. Morris, including the Morris Fellowships for Summer Research in Chemistry, founded in 1988, which allow students to spend summers collaborating

with professors on research projects. In 2008, Dr. Morris pledged $100,000 in the form of a three-year challenge to chemistry alumni and supporters of the sciences to bolster the fellowship fund. This spring, the College successfully matched Dr. Morris’ $100,000 for a total of $200,000 raised for undergraduate research in chemistry.

Fall Classic a Success Largest Field

This year’s Fall Classic golf tournament to support student success through the Extraordinary Academic Scholarship Program had a gross profit of more than $55,000. The tournament, hosted by the Brockport Foundation, drew a full field of 128 golfers to Irondequoit Country Club in Pittsford on Sept. 12. It was the largest field since the tournament began in 2005.

Mascot & Sunshine

After a gorgeous day on the course — during which the sun shined on golfers and temperatures hit 80 degrees — participants wrapped up the day at the clubhouse, buying raffle tickets and mingling with Ellsworth the Golden Eagle, who debuted his new look at the reception. Extraordinary Academic Scholarship recipient Amy Dorman ’12 addressed the audience at the dinner and awards ceremony. Kathy Halstead joined President John R. Halstead, who captained a foursome, for dinner again this year.

Foundation Board Support

Charlie Nesbitt, Rob Pepe and Michael Doyle steered this year’s event to success. They were joined as captains by Diane McCue and Marc Iacona. Staples sponsored a foursome and was a Cart Sponsor thanks to the generosity of Joe Doody. And Turner Construction donated tickets to a New York Yankees game thanks to Nick Billotti.

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Looking Back, Moving Forward

5th Annual %

President’s Donor Recognition Dinner, April 29, 2011

2011 President’s Donor Recognition Dinner The College at Brockport celebrated philanthropy with some of its most generous supporters during the fifth annual President’s Donor Recognition Dinner on April 29. The event’s theme, “Looking Back, Moving Forward,” was tied with the College’s 175th anniversary. More than 180 supporters of the College — including alumni, faculty and staff, community members and Brockport Foundation board members — attended the event, making it the largest celebration since the event began in 2007. The Seymour College Union Ballroom was transformed into old Hollywood, with 14-foot chandeliers lining the sides of the room and a massive 5-foot wide chandelier placed above the bar, where guests lined up for champagne. A large photo wall was displayed in the back of the ballroom, highlighting photos of the College throughout the decades. Guests took home a photo book that showed where the College has been and where it is going. The evening was a celebration of philanthropy for the College, which inducted 20 donors into five lifetime giving societies, including the Marguerite Hare Browne Society, Robert E. O’Brien Society, Donald M. Tower Society, Ernest C. Hartwell Circle, Hiel Brockway Society and the Brockport Circle. There were several highlights throughout the evening, including the induction of Chemistry Professor Emeritus J. Emory Morris into the Brockport Circle, which recognizes donors who have made or committed a gift of $1 million or more. President John R. Halstead led the guests in raising their champagne glasses to toast Dr. Morris, while Vice President for Advancement Roxanne Johnston and Brockportby Foundation Chair DianeFoundation McCue ’77 presented Morris with a Sponsored the Brockport commemorative metal bowl designed and crafted by Art Professor Emeritus Thomas Markusen. Other highlights of the evening were the announcement of the Volunteer Service Award. The recipient of this award is kept a secret until the dinner. The recipient has a $1,000 scholarship given in his or her name to a student who exemplifies that same volunteerism as he or she. This year’s Volunteer of the Year was William C. Rock, and the scholarship winner was Emily Marullo ’11. Rock is a distinguished service professor emeritus of the Department of Educational Administration and a Brockport Foundation board member. Kim Ehret, assistant director of donor relations and stewardship, oversaw all aspects of this event, making it one of the College’s most successful donor dinners to date. The College’s Brockport Auxiliary Service Corporation (BASC) catered the event. Special contributors included Cold Stone Creamery and Dr. Konstantin Frank.

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BROCKPORT FOUNDATION Statement of Financial Position

THE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE AT BROCKPORT FOUNDATION, INC. AND ALUMNI ASSOCIATION, June 30, 2011 FUND D/B/A BROCKPORT COLLEGE Combined Statement of Financial Position (With Comparative Totals for June 30, 2010) June 30, 2011 (With Comparative Totals for June 30, 2010) Unrestricted

Temporarily Restricted

Permanently Restricted

Total 2011

Total 2010

ASSETS Assets Cash and cash equivalents Funds held for deferred giving Student loans receivable Pledges receivable, net of allowance for uncollectible pledges of $15,093 and $27,153 in 2011 and 2010 Other receivables Marketable securities Custodial funds Property and equipment, net Total Assets

$

242,313 33,314 45,797

$

6,250 3,245 114,879

1,909,305 -

$

315,767 1,275,205 -

-

$

17,452 4,821,438 -

2,151,618 33,314 45,797

$

339,469 3,245 6,096,643 114,879

1,564,097 30,174 45,797 207,407 128,810 4,770,257 9,885 125,470

$

445,798

$

3,500,277

$

4,838,890

$

8,784,965

$

6,881,897

$

11,915 13,578 40,418 65,911

$

-

$

-

$

11,915 13,578 40,418 65,911

$

2,743 14,170 48,523 9,885 75,321

LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS Liabilities Accounts payable and accrued expenses Deferred giving obligations Deferred revenue Custodial funds payable Total liabilities Net Assets Unrestricted Temporarily restricted Permanently restricted Total net assets Total Liabilities and Net Assets

379,887 379,887 $

445,798

Source: Financial Statement, EFP Rotenberg, LLP, 11/1/11.

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3,500,277 3,500,277 $

3,500,277

4,838,890 4,838,890 $

4,838,890

379,887 3,500,277 4,838,890 8,719,054 $

8,784,965

507,307 1,689,766 4,609,503 6,806,576 $

6,881,897

BROCKPORT FOUNDATION Statement ofFOUNDATION, Activities THE STATE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE AT BROCKPORT INC. AND ALUMNI ASSOCIATION, FUND ForD/B/A theBROCKPORT Year EndedCOLLEGE June 30, 2011 Combined Statement of Activities (With Comparative Totals for30,June For the Year Ended June 2011 30, 2010) (With Comparative Totals for June 30, 2010)

Support and Revenue Support Gifts, donations and pledges Non-cash support from SUNY Brockport Gifts in kind Total support

Unrestricted

Temporarily Restricted

Permanently Restricted

$

$

$

424,548 1,488,100 1,912,648

Revenue Alumni programs Interest and dividends Realized gain (loss) on marketable securities Unrealized gain on marketable securities Other Total revenue Total support and revenue before released from restriction Net assets released from restrictions Total support and revenue

2,013,847 776,050 2,789,897

Expenses Program expenses Student financial assistance College enhancement College activities Campus restoration and beautification Recreation and athletics Arts and cultural Academic enrichment Contributions to SUNY Brockport Provision for uncollectible pledges Total program expenses Supporting services expense Total expenses

404,796 180,232 20,268 1,100 76,216 31,213 6,019 108,890 38,908 867,642 1,729,156 2,596,798

Change in Net Assets Net Assets - Beginning

66,388 9,359 5,407 20,045 101,199

Restriction Reclass Interfund Transfers Net Assets - Ending

153,216 1,815 928,865 86,357 1,170,253

214,736 214,736

$

Total 2010

1,640,834 1,488,100 108,890 3,237,824

$

1,345,496 1,394,208 11,184 2,750,888

-

66,388 162,575 1,815 934,272 106,402 1,271,452

214,736 214,736

4,509,276 4,509,276

3,593,976 3,593,976

-

-

404,796 180,232 20,268 1,100 76,216 31,213 6,019 108,890 38,908 867,642 1,729,156 2,596,798

417,103 275,674 35,087 12,000 63,108 25,909 9,077 11,184 25,029 874,171 1,705,488 2,579,659

193,099

1,504,643

214,736

1,912,478

1,014,317

507,307

1,689,766

4,609,503

6,806,576

5,792,259

9,391

-

(9,391)

-

-

24,042

-

-

2,280,693 (776,050) 1,504,643

(329,910) $

1,001,550 108,890 1,110,440

Total 2011

379,887

305,868 $

Source: CAEVSE Report, 2011.

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3,500,277

$

4,838,890

$

8,719,054

90,698 128,986 (91,645) 627,753 87,296 843,088

$

6,806,576

BROCKPORT FOUNDATION Giving by Constituency Other $120,103

Students $105,122

Student Families $37,067

Foundations $253,360

Alumni $650,897

Friends $125,455  Faculty/Staff $57,303

Corporations

Emeriti & Relatives $164,112

$401,151

Total Support $1,914,570

BROCKPORT FOUNDATION Program Support 

Arts and Cultural Programs $58,149 Academic Enrichment $80,742

 Unrestricted $361,735 

 College Enhancement

$425,980

Recreation and Athletics $153,383 

 Gifts-In-Kind

$108,890

 Campus Restoration

$15,171

 Student Financial Assistance $710,520

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Gift Officers To make a gift, please contact a member of our development staff. Roxanne Johnston Vice President for Advancement President, Brockport Foundation rjohnsto@brockport.edu (585) 395-2390 Mike Andriatch ’85 Executive Director of Advancement mandriat@brockport.edu (595) 395-5809 Brad Schreiber ’83/’85 Executive Director of Development and Alumni Relations bschreib@brockport.edu (585) 395-5161 Darby Knox Director of Campaign and Leadership Giving dknox@brockport.edu (585) 395-5160 Curtis Hill Leadership Giving Officer chill@brockport.edu (595) 395-5581 Mary McCrank ’06 Leadership Giving Officer mmccrank@brockport.edu (585) 395-2354

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Every Gift Makes a Difference Thank you for the generous support you’ve already given to the College! We hope we can continue to count on you. Choose the method of giving that suits your needs, and you’ll help us ensure that we continue to offer an extraordinary educational experience for our students.

A Charitable Gift Annuity (CGA) is another planned giving option. A CGA is an agreement between you and the Brockport Foundation in which you transfer an asset to the Foundation and, in return, the Foundation makes lifetime payments to you. Benefits of a charitable gift annuity can be impressive. You’ll receive an immediate income tax deduction and avoid upfront capital gains tax upon transfer. Visit www.brockport.edu/plannedgiving to learn more.

Make an Annual Gift

An unrestricted gift to the Fund for Brockport gives the College the flexibility to use that money where it’s needed most — most often for scholarships, but also for new programs and initiatives, research, faculty excellence, campus beautification, athletics, and more.

Honor or Memorialize a Loved One

Any gift may be made in honor of or to memorialize a family member, friend, colleague or favorite faculty member. When you make your gift, just indicate the name of the person you wish to honor on your pledge form, on the online form, www.brockport.edu/giving or call us at (585) 395-2451 to make your gift.

You’re also welcome to designate your gift to a scholarship, an academic department, athletics, dance or any other program you wish to support. Just let us know, and we’ll make sure that your dollars go to work for your favorite programs. To make your gift online, please go to www.brockport.edu/giving/online/gift.

Create an Endowment

An endowment is an excellent way to leave a lasting legacy. With a minimum gift of $25,000, the Foundation will manage your investment in the College in perpetuity. The earnings on your endowment will fund a scholarship or they can be designated to another area of the College in accordance with your wishes.

Establish a Planned Gift

Consider including Brockport in your estate planning by naming the College as beneficiary in your will. This will provide tax advantages for your estate and allow you to show your loyalty to Brockport, without impacting your current finances.

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Questions? Contact the Office of Alumni Relations and Development at (585) 395-2451

Give by mail: I want to support students with a tax-deductible gift in the amount of: q $50 q $100 q $250 q $500 q $1,000 q Other $_____________

Please return this completed form and mail to:

To be used as follows:

Brockport Foundation The College at Brockport 350 New Campus Drive Brockport, NY 14420

$________ Area of Greatest Need $________ Other_________________________________________________________ (Please designate department, program or fund)

q Visa

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Brockport Foundation 2011 Annual Report