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vol. 3 no. 1 2010

ALUMNI MAGAZINE

Releasing that still small voice Cafeteria gets a facelift Making your light shine a little brighter

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EDITOR Patricia Garrity ALUMNI RELATIONS DIRECTOR Shirley English-Whitman G’07 CONTRIBUTING WRITERS Doug DeBiase, Shirley English-Whitman G’07, Patricia Garrity, Alison Harper ’11, Matthew Janik, Michelle Marrone, Nancy McComish

DESIGN Ryan E. Hulse ‘09 CHANGE OF ADDRESS Contact Alumni Relations Phone: 877.372.2586 e-mail: alumni@franklinpierce.edu

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COMMENTS Address all comments to: Pierce Radius Editor Marketing and Communications Franklin Pierce University 40 University Drive Rindge, NH 03461 or e-mail PierceRadiusEditor@franklinpierce.edu

PHOTOGRAPHY, Carole Brasili, Ryan E. Hulse ’09, Ann Lafond, Susan Silverman

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From the President

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Releasing that still small voice

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Alumni Profile

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Faculty Profile

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Student Profile

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Cafeteria gets a facelift

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Making your light shine a little brighter

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In the News

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Athletics

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Class Notes

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In Memoriam

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Alumni Events

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Honor Roll of Giving

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Donor Profile

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Refer a Student

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Front Cover: Franklin Pierce students proudly display the pottery they have created for the Empty Bowls event. Photo by Assistant Professor Susan Silverman

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Dr. Birge presents a target deer to members of the Atlatl Team. (L to R: Dr. Robert Goodby, Professor of Anthropology; Dr. Birge, Devin Batchelder ‘11 and Corey Atkinson ‘11)

Message from James F. Birge, President

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ne of the joys I have as President of Franklin Pierce University is hearing the many wonderful stories about our University, our students and our Alumni. There is such an abundance of these stories that we can not address all of them in one issue of the Radius. Suffice it to say, however, that the people and events you will read about in this issue are representative of the lives of Pierce students and alumni around New Hampshire, the nation and the world. Devin Batchelder, for example, is a current senior at the Rindge campus who was featured in a Boston Globe story this summer on her efforts to educate young children about anthropology in a rather unique fashion. The article on alumnus Paul Goyette (’94, CGPS) highlights one of the ways our alumni demonstrate their commitment to being leaders of conscience with his focus on assisting families to plan for the financial security of their children with special needs. It is a beautiful story and one I think you will remember for a long time. Finally, included in this issue is the “Honor Roll of Giving.” This is our chance to acknowledge those of

you who have made a financial commitment to Franklin Pierce over the last year through giving to the Annual Fund, Capital Campaign or planned gift programs. These funds support the operation of the University as well as scholarships for our current students. As I learn more about the history of Franklin Pierce, it is evident that most of our students attended Pierce with the assistance of someone else who contributed to their scholarship funds. Just as you may have been supported during your time at Pierce, our current students appreciate your support today. You can read some of the scholarship recipients’ thank you letters in this section. I hope you will enjoy this copy of the Radius. It is, after all, one of the ways you can stay connected with life on campus. Another excellent way to stay connected is to visit campus for any of our events—lectures, performing arts, athletics—and to participate in the many alumni chapter gatherings hosted by the Office of Alumni Relations. I look forward to seeing you in the near future. Ex Umbris ad Lucem,

James F. Birge President

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Alternative Spring

Releasing that still small voice By Patricia Garrity

Break team working in Pascagoula, Miss. after Hurricane Katrina.

At Franklin Pierce, service is a family affair.

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n early 1992, James Birge left his work in higher education administration to become a volunteer in a homeless shelter in downtown Denver. “There were some visceral experiences for me during that time—checking pulses of men in alley doorways to see if they were sleeping, or worse; helping a resident apply medicine to a stab wound that ran from sternum to navel; and riding my bike ahead of the trash trucks pounding on alley dumpsters to warn people sleeping in them that the truck was coming.” These experiences revealed to Birge an opportunity to connect learning about academic disciplines with the experiences of the poor. “This realization of connecting academic courses with community-based learning seemed to me to be a potentially powerful teaching method because it held the real possibility that students would ask themselves hard questions about the meaning of course content, the application of knowledge to improve their own lives and the lives of others, and what it takes for an individual to contribute to a civil society.” So it is no coincidence that James F. Birge was drawn to Franklin Pierce University with its mission of preparing students to become active, engaged citizens and leaders of conscience. In his inauguration speech, he quoted Robert Bellah, ‘How ought we to live?’ from his book, “Habits of the Heart.” “That question, fundamental and penetrating, offers a start to one’s journey toward a deeper understanding of his or her role in community,” said Birge. “And the question offers academic institutions the chance to discover and re-discover how they, we, can help students glean the greatest benefits of a meaningful education.” From their first day of classes, Franklin Pierce students are introduced to the community service element in their Individual and Community IC101 class. Students are required to complete at least 10 hours of civic and community engagement activities in order to begin to understand the nature of the individual’s responsibility and contribution

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community service,” says Sean Woodring ‘11. “I know my freshman year I had to get a certain number of hours, but after I met those criteria, I continued.” Woodring learned the rewards of giving back to the community by participating in the Boynton Buddy program - a mentoring program for middle school children - with the same buddy, since freshman year. Chad Foley ‘11 feels like he also gets a lot in return when helping others. “You see each and every time how you have affected an animal's life or another human's life and it makes you feel good, while doing something that is a lot of fun,” says Foley.

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to a larger community. Some classes work as a group on projects such as building a home with Habitat for Humanity or distributing food baskets the week before Thanksgiving at the Keene Community Kitchen. Many students work in areas of their academic interests while contributing to the community such as designing and distributing posters as part of an awareness campaign for local charities; creating an educational trail with the natural and cultural history of the area for Converse Meadow, a wildland area in Rindge; or working with people from a different generation – adults or children – to enrich their sense of the ways in which people are shaped by the times in which we live. Still others choose their own service to the community and present the results of what they have done and learned to the community.

Student’s inner voice continues to reign What may begin as a 10-hour course requirement often turns into a rewarding habit. “To be perfectly honest, I don't completely know why I started to participate in

Even though Paula Slowe ’12 had always participated in community service projects during high school, she did not expect to continue these efforts at college because she thought she would be too busy. But she continues to be involved at Franklin Pierce. She is a peer leader, president of the Criminal Justice Club, Student Government treasurer for the class of 2012, vice president of the Mock Trial Club and a student coordinator in the Community Service office where she participates in Boynton Buddies, Challenge for Change, Shriner’s Hospital Can Tab Collection, Hunger Banquet and the NH Campus Compact Leadership program. So, why does she do it? “I love giving back and doing all I can to help others in need,” says Slowe. “Knowing that I can brighten someone’s days by volunteering my time truly amazes me.” She credits Marabeth Farmer, Assistant Director for Community Service at Franklin Pierce, as her mentor and motivator. “When I first began working with Marabeth, I was assigned the Boynton Buddy program to coordinate,” says Slowe. “Without realizing it, I had become a mentor myself, helping middle school children connect with their Franklin Pierce buddies. What Marabeth has helped me do has changed who I am as a person today.” Jared Lowell ‘11 participates in community service because he enjoys the time he spends with his buddy and with the kittens at Kitty Rescue & Adoption. “I gain happiness in helping middle school kids be more social and in socializing cats to help them become more comfortable with humans and get adopted,” says Lowell.

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If you have much, give of your wealth; if you have little, give of your heart. Stephanie Manning ’11 was also involved in community service during high school where she started a group to spread awareness about animal welfare called Paws and Claws. While searching for colleges, she came across Franklin Pierce and was attracted by the beautiful campus so she scheduled a tour. “During the tour, we went to the Community Service Office where we learned there were two animal programs where I could volunteer,” says Manning. “I was also informed that we could start our own project if there was something else we were interested in. These opportunities made me feel right at home at Franklin Pierce.” She got involved with community service during her first semester on campus. “My IC101 class helped me get into the programs I wanted and pushed me to do so because of the 10-hour community service requirement,” said Manning. “Once I

- Arabian Proverb got started I kept joining other programs because I had so much fun doing it and made so many new friends!” Now, as a senior, she has begun the application process for veterinary school. Even though there are tough admission requirements she feels well prepared thanks to her community service experience. Her inspiration all these years has been her beloved dog and best friend, Nala. “My family and I adopted her from an animal shelter when I was five years old,” says Manning. “By adopting her, my family saved her from certain death. A year and a half ago, Nala passed away at age 15, but her inspiration still goes on in my dream of becoming a veterinarian. I see a little bit of Nala in every dog that I help when volunteering at the animal shelter. They all give you the loyalty, the dedication and the unconditional love that I had learned about when I rescued my first puppy as a

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Mountains of Tennessee; and to assist in relief efforts in Hurricane Katrina-ravaged Pascagoula, Miss.; among many others. “The experience of helping the people of Pascagoula has opened my eyes to the pain and suffering of those affected,” says Bill Sweet, Director of Judicial Affairs, who often accompanied the alternative spring break trips. “There are no words to describe the feeling you have when you help them rebuild their homes.” In addition, the AGAPE Christian Club has undertaken three service trips with six to 14 members of the club participating. In 2008, AGAPE traveled to Louisiana to repair and rebuild homes destroyed by Katrina and they have returned in each succeeding year to participate in some type of rebuilding or community-based service project.

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five year old girl.” Her passion to help homeless animals drives her towards her goal of becoming a veterinarian. According to results from the 2010 NSSE (National Survey of Student Engagement) survey, by the time they are seniors 86% of Franklin Pierce students have participated in community service or volunteer work in comparison to the national average of 60%.

This isn’t your parent’s spring break! Every year, for the past 12 years, the Department of Student Involvement has led groups of between four and 18 students who want to help make a difference in the lives of others on an alternative spring break. The experience consists of interactive education and discussion, team building, project preparation, followed by an extended service trip to places like Hobe Sound, Fla. to restore habitat; to build trails in the Appalachian

Bill Beardslee, Associate Director of Student Involvement and Interfaith Campus Ministries remarked, “There is nothing like traveling and working together in some form of a service project. There is tremendous bonding among participants and staff as well as with those whom we serve. Often we learn as much about ourselves as we do about others.” The University intends to offer a May 2011 Alternative Break to Pine Ridge Lakota Reservation in South Dakota.

From volunteering to vocation Sometimes helping others provides the benefit of revealing a vocation. Erin Sebastianelli ‘04 worked in the community service office at Franklin Pierce as a coordinator for Pierce Pals. She is currently teaching at a middle school in Connecticut and having a blast! “I’ve taken over the school’s mentoring program and am the new coordinator,” says Sebastianelli. “She was Coordinator for Pierce Pals and had a Pal herself for four years,” said Farmer. “Now she has taken over the mentoring program at her school and modeled it after Pierce Pals. She also recently became the school’s volunteer coordinator. Did her community service experience support her career? Absolutely!” Another alum whose service experience influenced her career choice is Peggy Atherlay ’89, currently Communications Director for AmeriCares, a global

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health and disaster relief organization which delivers medicine, medical supplies and humanitarian aid to people in need and in crisis around the world and across the United States. She says, “I loved my time at Franklin Pierce. I think it prepared me to join the working world and provided me with the right balance of academics and ‘giving back’ that was instilled in me in Rindge and which I carry with me to this day.” Derek Scalia ‘05 began to understand the power and influence of mentoring as a volunteer with Pierce Pals. He also started a similar program, Special Pals, at Conant High School. “Through Special Pals I worked beside the special needs students as they gained life skills,” said Scalia. “Each week I would visit the students and see the talents that these students offered. There were many highlights from that program that transformed my life. Although I majored in Political Science and minored in Philosophy, I was feeling that my commitment to service was the line of work that would truly fulfill my needs.” After graduating, Scalia worked for an international nonprofit, Best Buddies, working to end social isolation for people with intellectual disabilities by providing oneto-one friendships and quality employment. “Working in this program directly with adults with intellectual disabilities (ID), I became aware of the injustice that people with ID face in our neighborhoods, communities and world,” says Scalia. He soon became the program leader and helped organize and promote programs all over the nation. Although he left Best Buddies to pursue graduate work, he still stays in touch and fundraises for them. “Through community activism we are beginning to end the isolation that people with disabilities have had to endure over the years,” says Scalia. Luckily for Franklin Pierce, Scalia accepted the position of Assistant Director of Student Activities here and continues to share his passion for service with the Franklin Pierce community. “All of this started because of my service opportunities at Pierce and the Special Pals program,” he adds.

It’s a family affair Service is a family affair for members of the Franklin Pierce community. Faculty and staff volunteer in schools,

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churches, food banks, hospitals, fire departments, scouts, shelters and nursing homes. They transport patients to medical appointments, volunteer with alternative spring breaks, sing happy birthday to nursing home residents, advise clubs and organizations, work on 24-hour hotlines for crisis centers, volunteer on the Franklin Pierce EMT squad, serve on boards of non-profits, assemble care packages for soldiers, make pillowcases for pediatric cancer patients, donate clothing, food, toys and time to a variety of organizations. Some faculty, staff and students even make bowls and cook soup for a fundraiser for the hungry called Empty Bowls (www.emptybowls.net). Started by a friend of Fine Arts Professor Susan Silverman over 18 years ago, Empty Bowls is an international project to fight hunger on a community level. In 2006, Silverman received an overwhelmingly enthusiastic response of support to holding this event on the Rindge campus. Guests choose a bowl, fill it with soup and keep it as a reminder of all the empty bowls in the world. In exchange for the meal,

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and the bowl, guests contribute a suggested minimum donation. One hundred percent of each meal's proceeds are donated to local hungerfighting organizations. Franklin Pierce splits the money raised equally between the Keene Community Kitchen and the Rindge Food Pantry. The University will hold its fifth annual Empty Bowls lunch on Dec. 6, 2010 in Pierce Hall on the Rindge campus. Reality Check usually performs during the lunch to highlight the purpose of the event and graphic design students assist with designing cards and posters. “The positive response and involvement of the Franklin Pierce community has been one of the reasons we continue to hold the Empty Bowls event,” says Silverman. Ceramics faculty, advanced students and volunteers begin making bowls in September, hold a decoration session in November and glaze fire the bowls over the Thanksgiving break. Student volunteers, some from IC101 classes, come the day of the event to help out. “As I work with my students and student workers to finish the bowls, we discuss the importance of service and the relationship and responsibility artists have to find a way to make a difference,” says Silverman. The meal part of the equation is contributed by Sodexo and Manager Kim Knox oversees the organization. “It has been a pleasure for me personally to work with Susan for the last five years on the Empty Bowls project and it has been great to see participation increase each year,” says Knox. “As North America's leading provider of Quality of Daily Life Solutions, Sodexo has made fighting hunger the central focus of our community service efforts.”

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“I believe strongly in making a difference in the community I live in,” asserts Silverman. “Our time and ability to make bowls is something we can donate and use to generate support for those struggling to feed themselves and their families. It is the interaction and sense of connection that is important.”

Releasing that still small voice Franklin Martino ‘12 sees endless possibilities for the scores of students involved in community service at Franklin Pierce to make a lasting and impressive impact on area communities. “Our small university is a community to itself, but we often forget that we play a key role in the local economy and lifestyle of Rindge and surrounding towns,” says Martino. “Whatever your interests, there is a community service opportunity available. Not only does community service help me stay busy and add to my co-curricular transcript, it allows me to get a feel for life outside of University Drive.”

National Alumni Day of Service

New Jersey alumni and friends working with Habitat for Humanity

During the weekend of April 9 to 11, 2010, Franklin Pierce University alumni across the country participated in the first National Alumni Day of Service. Alumni from New Hampshire to Arizona participated in a variety of service activities including planting dune grass, working with Habitat for Humanity, stocking food banks, cleaning up rivers, cooking at a veteran’s resource center and collecting over 2,700 books for elementary school children. This very successful endeavor was the first of an annual initiative.

As we release that still small voice of our students, we can rest assured that Franklin Pierce University is cultivating a generation of leaders of conscience who will make us proud. “Franklin Pierce students, faculty and staff can make a difference in the lives of children, adults or animals,” says Martino. “We have the power to express our inner good while shining bright light on the University that we know and love.”

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Alumni Profile: Paul Goyette ’94 By Shirley English-Whitman G’07

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financial planner by trade, a volunteer by choice and a family man first and foremost, Paul Goyette ’94, CFP®, CEP®, CFS®, is a warm and caring man with a huge heart and great faith, trust and belief in God. Goyette’s journey to Franklin Pierce began as so many others like him do. Working in the banking industry, he began to assess the career landscape and realized that there would be more opportunities for advancement if he had a degree. He says, “After looking at various programs, Franklin Pierce offered the flexibility, evening classes and the fouryear degree in financial management that I was looking for. The entire environment was very supportive. We were older students taking courses and sharing our life experiences. The instructors were working professionals and because they worked in real-world jobs, we could relate to them. They were well-prepared and on point and willing to allow students to share their experiences and views which brought more to the classroom experience.” Goyette earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Financial Management graduating in 1994, ”with mom and dad in tow.” He fondly remembers, “Being able to share that special moment with family and friends was emotional and bittersweet.” After graduation, Goyette began working at Northeast Planning Associates, Inc. It was there that he discovered his passion for working with children with special needs. As a financial planner, he specializes in helping families with special needs children develop and implement strategies that will help them to reach their financial objectives for retirement and beyond. Through working with these families he became involved with Special Olympics New Hampshire (SONH). An avid skier, he put his skills to work as a volunteer downhill skiing coach and now serves on SONH’s Board of Directors Finance and Executive committees. A veteran participant in the annual “Penguin Plunge” fundraiser and volunteer at the summer games, Goyette’s commitment to Special Olympics is one that he embraces with all his heart. His volunteer efforts do not stop with SONH. Goyette also serves as secretary on the board of the PLUS (People Learning Useful Skills) Company. Goyette’s mainstays in life are his belief in God foremost, his wife of 25 years, Suzanne, and his 11-year-old daughter. “The ladies in my life are the most caring, loving, honest people I know,” he says. His thoughts about Franklin Pierce are equally heartfelt. He states, “It is nice to be connected to the community, and watching the University grow into itself has been exciting.” And as to why he gives back, “If we look at our lives, we would be hard-pressed not to be able to identify people who have supported us and taken a chance on us. By supporting students at Franklin Pierce, I feel that I can give back in a small way. We have to look at this next generation and realize that they are what it is all about and we have to help them to realize their dreams. I appreciated the help and want to give back.”

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Faculty Profile: Jason Little Associate Professor of Marketing By Patricia Garrity

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rofessor Jason Little followed an unusual career path – from musician to marketing professor – but it’s not as much of a stretch as you might think. As a young professional musician, he was actively involved in the music business, including promoting his music, publishing, contract negotiations and lots of public relations.

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So, what brought Little to Franklin Pierce? “In 1986, I was performing with a partner at The Folkway in Peterborough, N.H.,” says Little. “David Brandes, Professor of Music at Franklin Pierce, heard me perform and invited me to teach in the music program.” Throughout his experience as a musician, he really enjoyed the business aspect of music, and decided to pursue his M.B.A. and form a visual artist agency where he represented several award-winning commercial photographers and illustrators catering to Fortune 500 companies. He also became involved in corporate Web site development for a regional advertising firm. This all eventually led to his next ‘gig’ in 1998 as full-time marketing professor at Franklin Pierce. You can probably imagine the lively engaging experiences this professor brings into the classroom. “I enjoy empowering students with tools that help open up their minds to the world around them,” says Little. Students reap the benefits of this highly motivated professor. “As a professor and an advisor he prepares everyone for the challenges that they will face later on in life and relates personally with each of his students," says Kimberly Faiella ’11. Little wants his students to reach beyond their comfort levels. “Helping students achieve their potential as a learner, as a serious candidate for an employment setting, and their overall well-being, I find most gratifying,” says Little. His former students are able to apply what they learned in the classroom in the real world. “When standing in front of audiences full of experienced agency professionals, I always remember to speak with confidence and a humorous attitude just like Professor

Little taught in class,” said Michael Marione ’07. Another passion of Little’s is green marketing. “Perhaps my most valuable contribution to teaching and learning relates to green marketing and sustainable business practices,” says Little. He encourages students to think about how organizations can reduce waste, energy consumption, and develop and market quality products that endure, instead of ending up in a land-fill. “By challenging students to think outside of the traditional marketing box, students discover that businesses can be profitable, while at same time act responsibly. I am proud that green marketing has (for the last decade) been part of the Franklin Pierce marketing curriculum.” Professor Little is also the faculty advisor for the Small Business Advisory Group (SBA), a group of Franklin Pierce students who help develop business and marketing plans, market research and market communication initiatives for small businesses and organizations. This year, the team has taken on SpiralAirfoil, a start-up company that has developed a home windmill. “I think there is a lot of opportunity to further develop outside student experiences that revolve around student consulting projects and draw upon the skills students have developed in their course work.” What Little values most about Franklin Pierce is the family atmosphere. “Small classes and one-to-one student interaction allow for a personalized touch that leads to genuine trust,” says Little. “I think larger institutions miss the boat on that one.” That value is evident to students and alumni. “I wanted to thank you for all the useful things you taught me in college, and let you know what a great mentor you had been to me,” says Jeni Mistretta ‘07 MTV, New York. This is typical of the faculty and staff you find at Franklin Pierce. “My colleagues are a close-knit, diversified bunch who are supportive, sharing, communicative, professional and profoundly care for each other and every student who walks through the door,” asserts Little.

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Student Profile: Devin Batchelder ‘11 Inspiring leader takes aim. Don’t stand in her way! By Patricia Garrity

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evin Batchelder takes aim and often hits her target as the inspiring leader of the Atlatl team and President of the Anthropology Club. “Under her leadership, the Anthropology Club has traveled to major cities across the country to demonstrate stone-age hunting techniques at archaeological conferences and was named ‘Club of the Year’ by the Student Government Association,” says Robert Goodby, Associate Professor of Anthropology. This inspiring, athletic, enthusiastic, accomplished and fearless young woman is not afraid of a challenge – in fact, she thrives on challenges. What else would you expect from someone who carries two majors and a minor, tutors chemistry and is a member of the honors program? “School has always been one of my favorite places because I think that learning something new is a rush,” says Batchelder. “I am also a firm believer that what you get out of your education is only equal to what you put in to it. That is why I like to work hard in my classes; if I am constantly challenging myself, I will learn even more.” What does she value most about her experience at Franklin Pierce? “Franklin Pierce has given me the knowledge and tools to succeed in my future career,” says Batchelder. During the summer of 2009, she traveled alone to Costa Rica to volunteer at a biological station working to protect sea turtles. “I spent eight weeks in the most beautiful remote place you can imagine on the Caribbean coast of Costa Rica,” says Batchelder. “This was one of the most rewarding and challenging experiences I have ever had and I would do it again in a heartbeat!” In fact, she will be returning this winter to Costa Rica with the Tropical Forest Ecology class offered at Franklin Pierce. “I took my first steps into the ‘real world’ but I did not feel nervous about the work at all because I had already learned everything I needed to know to do my job.” Batchelder completed two internships over the

past summer; half of her week was spent at the Parker River National Wildlife Refuge as an invasive species/ biological intern and the other half was spent with Rimmer Environmental Consulting working on wetland delineation and restoration. “Both of these experiences were beyond words,” says Batchelder. “I learned so much and I am so grateful that they let me come in and be a part of their amazing teams.” Her mentors are her advisors, Professors Robert Goodby and Catherine Koning. “When I came to school I had two completely different ideas of what I wanted to do in life, as a result, I choose two majors,” states Batchelder. “Never once did I feel like I was in some sort of rush to choose my future career. Instead both advisors encouraged me to explore all aspects of both fields. They sat back and watched as I tried different things, slowly figuring out what I wanted to do, offering advice and opinions when I asked. I am pretty sure there have been times they thought I was completely insane but they never judged me or my choices. They just offered support. It is thanks to them that I have found what I want to do.” Batchelder’s mentors think very highly of her. “In her time at Franklin Pierce, Devin has gone from a freshman in introductory archaeology classes to a professional archaeologist paid to excavate some of the oldest Native American sites in New England,” says Goodby. “She is a perfect example of the transformation students can experience at Franklin Pierce through working closely with faculty to discover their own academic passions.” After graduation from Franklin Pierce, she plans to attend graduate school and continue to pursue a career in the field of environmental science with a focus on wetland conservation and invasive species management. “In ten years I hope to find myself working on a wildlife refuge for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service,” says Batchelder. No doubt this driven woman will hit her target and reach all of her goals in the near future.

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f you haven’t been to the Franklin Pierce cafeteria lately, you may not recognize it. The whole area is in the process of a total renovation. This will happen in phases over three consecutive summers. The first phase was completed this summer and included some much needed upgrades to the kitchen but the most visible changes for students happened in the center room of the cafeteria, Lakeview Room. The new, lively colors add a modern touch to the room. The centerpiece of the room is an Expo Station where a chef makes fresh dishes for students while they wait. This new station is a hit with students. “That guy is a really good chef. I haven’t complained once,” says student Lindsey Leach ‘12. Popular items have been added to the menu such as international, pasta and stir fry dishes. “The most popular is the omelet bar on the weekends,” says Kim Knox, Manager, Sodexo Food Services.

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In addition to the Expo Station, there is a new seating arrangement which makes the room more open and appealing without losing seating. “There’s the same amount of seating here as there was in the past,” says Knox. “The booths are an addition to what we had last year so we did not lose one chair, we’ve actually gained seating.” The Lakeview Room booths, located in the back along the windows, are accented with the University’s iconic ravens. The next phase will be the main serving areas and is still in the planning stages. There is a renovations committee made up of Sodexo, University administrators and students. The dining staff is optimistic that students will now start believing in the changes and possibly want to be a part of it. Says Knox, “Hopefully now that they’ve seen that the first part has definitely happened, they’ll understand and want to get involved in what’s going to happen in the next few years.”

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Making your light shine a little brighter By Michelle Marrone

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Photos from the private baseball collection of Robert Hannings.

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ach of us has a starting point… a point of origin where we begin to chart our future. Some of us are lucky enough to know early on what we are meant to do with our lives and walk a straight path to our calling. Others of us are explorers; our indirect routes are less well-marked, requiring occasional recalculation and in some instances, a giant leap of faith. “If you’d have told me five years ago that I was headed back to school and my next job title would include the word ‘Professor,’ I would have laughed,” says John Dristilaris, a candidate in Franklin Pierce University’s Doctor of Arts in Leadership program. “I built my career in law enforcement and public safety. I didn’t expect to detour.” Dristilaris’ law enforcement career began in 1985 as a police officer for the Town of Maynard, Mass. He has held several positions of increasing responsibility over the past 25 years in town police departments, public and private institutions. Most recently, Dristilaris held the post of Police Lieutenant/Operations Commander at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Needham, Mass.

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“I enjoyed my work, but felt I was missing something professionally although I couldn’t pinpoint what that ‘something’ was” Dristilaris says. “I knew I needed to prepare for what might come next in my career, but struggled with how to prepare for an unknown.” Dristilaris received his master’s degree in Criminal Justice from Anna Maria College in 1988. A friend encouraged him to investigate the Doctor of Arts in Leadership program at Franklin Pierce. “The program surprised me,” says Dristilaris. “There is tremendous flexibility, which combined with supportive faculty, allows each student to personalize the program to accommodate his or her individual goals. As a result, students come from all walks of life to share and expand their experiences – teachers, CEOs, police chiefs, poets and people from many other professions.” Dristilaris began the program intending to complete his dissertation on the evaluation of law enforcement training. Coursework requires doctoral students to complete two internships. At the point in his studies where he needed to begin an internship, Dr. Jane Walter Venzke, then Dean of the College of Graduate & Professional Studies and a doctoral instructor, suggested he consider an internship outside the scope of his professional career: working with the Penacook Historical Society to research the history and contributions of a famous Penacook resident and former Yankee’s player, Robert A. “Red” Rolfe.

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MLB debut June 29, 1931 for the New York Yankees Last MLB appearance September 27, 1942 for the New York Yankees

“I’ve been an avid baseball fan, baseball card and memorabilia collector my entire life. I’ve coached at all levels of school and community baseball and I had never heard of Red Rolfe, so I was interested. Once I started delving into Red’s life, I was hooked.” One internship turned into two internships and quickly researching Rolfe’s life became Dristilaris’ passion.

Career statistics Batting average: .289 Hits: 1,394 Runs batted in: 497 Teams New York Yankees (1931, 1934–1942)

“I was at a crossroads and didn’t even know it,” says Dristilaris. “I remember Maggie Moore-West, one of my doctoral instructors and mentors, said to me one day, ‘John, how many doctorates are you going to get in your life?’ ‘One, if I’m lucky,’ I replied. ‘Then do it on something you love,’ she said.” Faculty encouraged Dristilaris to pursue a historical study on the leadership aspects of Rolfe’s life as his dissertation topic and consider pursuing a career as a full-time college professor. “Maggie saw something in me that I didn’t see in myself. She saw my love of history, research, making connections with people, the past and present, and my dedication to service. My experiences in the program and faculty mentors helped me realize what that next ‘something’ I am meant to do is and that I am absolutely capable of making it happen.”

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Career highlights and awards 4× All-Star selection (1937, 1938, 1939, 1940) 5× World Series champion (1936, 1937, 1938, 1939, 1941) Red Rolfe Chronology 1908 Born Oct. 17 in Penacook, N.H.

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In talking about his research, Dristilaris’ enthusiasm is clearly apparent. “Red Rolfe attended Dartmouth College and was scouted by the New York Yankees. In those days, Ivy League schools were the only places that scouts went to draft players for the major leagues. When the scouts approached Rolfe and offered him a spot on the Yankee’s team, he turned them down! He told them he planned to return to Penacook after graduation to be a local teacher and coach.” The Yankee scouts told Rolfe to contact them if he ever changed his mind.

So how did Rolfe end up in the major leagues? “I believe two of his coaches, Jeff Tessoro at Dartmouth College and Patsy Donovan, the manager of the Cape Cod Orleans team, encouraged him to reconsider the offer,” says Dristilaris. “I think they made him see that not everyone gets to play in the major leagues and for the Yankees, no less.”

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From humble beginnings in Penacook, N.H., Rolfe rose to become a starting third baseman, manager and front office executive for several major league baseball teams. He played for the Yankees for nine years alongside Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig, Joe DiMaggio, Bill Dickey, Lefty Gomez and Red Ruffing. He was voted to four All-Star teams and played in five World Series championships, taking four pennants. After his playing career ended, Rolfe went on to coach the Toronto Huskies, Yankees and Detroit Tigers. He also coached at Yale and his alma mater, Dartmouth, ending his career as Dartmouth’s Athletic Director. When asked how Rolfe could have had such a distinguished career and gone unnoticed for so long, Dristilaris says, “Rolfe wasn’t a lights and glimmer guy; he wasn’t flamboyant. He was a conservative, New England Yankee; a small town boy who enjoyed hunting and fishing. He was a writer, life-long learner, teacher and coach. He kept detailed track of baseball player statistics and game events in a time when no one ever thought to do that and used them to help the teams he coached prepare for future games.” “As a player, Rolfe was good, but he wasn’t great and he played alongside guys that were bigger than life. If he would have played with one less star, his light might have shone a little brighter.”

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“When John called me asking for advice on his dissertation topic, I suggested he choose what he wanted to do, not what he thought he should do. He seemed to think that a dissertation had to be ‘scholarly and scientific’ in the traditional context that it required objective work and really could not be fun. I suggested he spend time on something that he loved and assured him that we, as faculty would be there to serve him as he moved through this experience.”

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Considering Rolfe’s original career plans – to teach and coach in his home town of Penacook, N.H. – one could argue that ultimately his light shone much more brightly than he had ever anticipated. Dristilaris’ and Rolfe’s lives share a fortuitous parallel: just as Rolfe’s coaches, Tessero and Donovan, encouraged him to consider his innate talents and passion as he charted his life’s path, Dristilaris’ doctoral instructors encouraged him to do the same. Often the people who surround us see our gifts more clearly than we do ourselves and help us find our way to greater heights. Both men’s leaps of faith culminate in leadership roles and a life of service to others. It is a joyful reminder that in pursuing and sharing the talents and opportunities given to us, we offer others the opportunity to realize their true potential and shine a little brighter. Gaining Momentum: Dristilaris has taken the leap and recently resigned his position at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center to work full-time on the completion of his dissertation and doctoral degree. He is currently working part-time as an adjunct professor at a local New Hampshire college. We wish him every success as he moves forward on his path.

“John Dristilaris’ dissertation 17 exemplifies the promise of the D.A. Program. John began his studies grounded in his leadership experience in public safety at a major hospital. Energetic and broadly inquisitive, John discovered a new interest in cultural history and archival research that has culminated in his dissertation. It’s taken courage for this ardent Red Sox fan to write the biography of a Yankee’s star, and a wide range of readers--from generalists to scholars--will benefit from his insights into Red Rolfe as an American icon.”

Richard M. Abel, Ph.D. Associate Professor Doctor of Arts in Leadership

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development, and off-site programs. Prior to joining WCU, she served as Director for Distance Learning and Continuing Education at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) Institute of Health Professions in Boston, Mass. She engaged in the design and development of post-baccalaureate certificate programs integrating distance learning with on-site clinical experience essential to career changers preparation for licensure in selected health professions. In addition to her extensive experience in the administration of distance education programs at Thomas Edison State College, St. Joseph’s College in Maine, MGH Institute of Health Professions and Boston University, she has held faculty positions in biology, nursing and health care administration.

Dr. Brown has been an active participant in military education development for over thirty years. She has served as a member of the Military Installation Voluntary Review team, developed the military career degree program prototype and participated as a member of the Service Members Opportunity Colleges Advisory Committee on Best Practices. In recognition of her contributions to higher education, Dr. Brown was featured in “Remembering Those Who Have Made a Difference in the United States Military Voluntary Education” published by American Association of State Colleges and Universities in 2006 and received the 2009 Leadership Award from the Association for Continuing Higher Education. Dr. Brown holds an Ed.D., a M.Ed. and a B.S. from Temple University, and a M.P.H. from Boston University School of Medicine. Dr. Brown began her career as a licensed R.N. at Massachusetts General Hospital. Presently, she serves as President of Alpha Sigma Lambda, the national honor society for adult learners.

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Marlin Fitzwater photo exhibit on the Rindge Campus documents the work of Mikhail Gorbachev and President George H.W. Bush

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of Mikhail Gorbachev, General Secretary of the Soviet Union, and George H.W. Bush, President of the United States, in the two years between the fall of the Berlin wall on Nov. 9. 1989 and the dissolution of the Soviet Empire on Dec. 24, 1991. Marlin Fitzwater was Press Secretary to President Bush during this period and attended all of the meetings depicted in the exhibit, which is open to the public in the Marlin Fitzwater Center for Communication on the Franklin Pierce University Rindge campus. Mr. Fitzwater attended the opening event and reception. Marlin Fitzwater was White House Press Secretary for six years under Presidents Ronald Reagan and George H. W. Bush, making him one of the longest-serving press secretaries in history. He was born on a farm in Salina, Kan., graduated from Kansas State University in 1965 with a degree in journalism, and served in the United

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two presidents. Fitzwater also serves on the University’s Board of Trustees. Since its founding, the Fitzwater Center has gained a national reputation for the caliber of student journalists who hone their skills through its

The Marlin Fitzwater Center for Communication at

hands-on learning and mentoring programs. The Center

Franklin Pierce University was established in 2002 as

has been recognized by the New England Board of

an academic institute dedicated to preparing young

Higher Education for successfully preparing students to

men and women to be politically-engaged leaders of

succeed as journalists, critical thinkers and contributors

conscience in their studies and professions.

to a healthy democracy. The Center received the 2009

The Fitzwater Center was named for its primary benefactor, Marlin Fitzwater, who stands alone as the only

New Hampshire State Merit Award in the New England Board of Higher Education’s annual Excellence Awards.

White House press secretary to have been appointed by

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teven Dodrill ’09 of Hanson, Mass. is on the WATD-FM (Marshfield, Mass.) national broadcasting

award-winning team. The station was awarded two 2010 National Edward R. Murrow Awards and Dodrill’s work is included in the award entry. The Radio Television Digital News Association (RTDNA) awarded WATD the national award for Overall Excellence in the small market radio division and a national award for Best Audio Newscast, “The MidDay Report with Christine James.” “I am extremely grateful for the opportunity to be a part of this top-notch news department,” said Dodrill. “The passion I have for my career is what fuels me day in

Steve Dodrill (Right) interviews Associate Professor of Theatre Arts, Robert Lawson.

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Dodrill began working at WATD as a high school intern

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This year’s winning Overall Excellence entry included Dodrill’s live in-depth coverage of the funeral of Senator Edward Kennedy, live coverage of a home invasionturned-pot bust, the coverage of a double-murder in Brockton, Mass. followed by the dramatic arrest of

University. He works as a full-time news reporter and weekend anchor while assuming the duties of Manager of Web and News Services where he adds a blend of new media to the traditional news for WATD listeners over the airwaves and for the readers on the Web.

self-proclaimed white supremacist, Keith Luke, the

Steven is no stranger to recognition for his work in

Marshfield Rams’ return from their Massachusetts High

the communications field. He has won numerous

School Super Bowl victory, the arraignment of accused

broadcasting awards for breaking news, two from the

Craigslist killer Phillip Markoff, President Barack Obama’s

Associated Press and two from the RTDNA. He earned

vacation to Martha’s Vineyard and the mysterious case of

two personal awards as an intern for WATD back in 2004

Clark Rockefeller.

for coverage of “A Hole in the Ice” and most recently

“Getting an award is wonderful, but the real test is whether or not you are serving your community, and I believe our news department does that in a magnificent way,” said Edward F. Perry Jr., owner and general manager of WATD.

in 2008 for coverage of a story entitled “Scituate Home Explosion.” In his senior year at Franklin Pierce University, Dodrill was awarded the Fitzwater Medallion for Contributions to the Public Discourse. He graduated cum laude in Mass Communication from Franklin Pierce University in May 2009.

This year’s national recognition of Best Audio Newscast for “The MidDay Report with Christine James” marks the first time that WATD has won that award.

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Transcript co-sponsored The Monadnock Debates, a citizen-driven forum with candidates from both political parties addressing critical issues. These key congressional and senate debates helped shape the race for New Hampshire’s 2nd Congressional District and United States Senate. The Fitzwater Center for Communication at Franklin Pierce University hosted The Monadnock Debates in Pierce Hall on the Rindge campus. The first debate was held on Tuesday, Aug. 17 between Republican candidates for the Congressional District

Judd Gregg. The candidates participating were Kelly

II, Charles Bass of Peterborough, Robert J. Giuda of

Ayotte, former Attorney General of the State of New

Warren, Jennifer Horn of Nashua and Wesley M. Sonner

Hampshire, of Nashua, Jim Bender of Hollis, Bill Binnie

Jr. of Mont Vernon.

of Rye, Dennis Lamare of Lee and Ovide LaMontagne of

Democratic candidates for the Congressional District

Manchester.

II seat, Katrina Swett of Bow and Ann McLane Kuster

Franklin Pierce webcast the event live from Pierce Hall.

of Hopkinton, squared off in the second debate on

David Tower, attorney and moderator for the Town of

Tuesday, Aug. 24. The incumbent, Democrat Paul

Rindge, served as moderator for the debates.

Hodes, ran unopposed for the Democratic nomination for the United States Senate seat. This race was recently

The Monadnock Ledger-Transcript, an award-winning,

identified by CNN as one of the hottest in the country.

twice-weekly newspaper based in Peterborough, N.H. covers 16 towns in the Monadnock region.

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ATHLETICS From the greens of The Shattuck to the green of the New York Jets, former Ravens golfer now working in front office as a ticket rep for the NFL’s Jets By Doug DeBiase

full-time job as a ticket sales representative with the National Football League’s New York Jets. “It’s been unreal, words can’t begin to describe it,” said Weiner, who captained a Ravens golf squad during the 2010 spring season, which produced several high finishes in tournament action. “Most of my friends had the opportunity to travel over the summer after graduating, but not me. I’m not complaining. It’s an honor to work in the NFL and it’s something that my family and I take great pride in.” The process all began with a hectic week in late April. During a five-day span, Weiner went from competing in a golf tournament to doing public address announcing at a men’s lacrosse game the following day, and then leaving for New Jersey to interview for the Jets job two days later. All this while preparing for a round of final exams the following week.

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Weiner had a busy 2009-10 academic year at Franklin Pierce University completing his coursework for graduation, serving as a senior captain on the Ravens golf team, devoting numerous hours as a student assistant in the school’s athletic communications office and finally graduating in May with a degree in Sports and Recreation Management. If that wasn’t exciting enough, Weiner immediately left Rindge following graduation to move back home to New Jersey to start a new chapter in his life. That chapter, which is currently being written, involves Weiner’s first

“I don’t know how, but I got through it all,” Weiner said laughing. “Actually, everything that I did that week was important and were things that I enjoyed doing. I was motivated to do my best and that motivation drove me to handle everything in a prompt manner. It all worked out, because I got the job.” Following graduation, Weiner returned home to take part in a five-day trial period to prove he could handle ticket sales. He made the final cut of candidates and has been off and running since. “It’s a fast-paced environment, but one that is very rewarding,” he added. “The Jets’ organization has a lot to offer in the way of a new stadium, a Super Bowl contender and

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hosting the Super Bowl in 2014. Our department is working to capitalize on all the recent success and make sure our fans have tickets to all the games.” Weiner and the entire ticket sales staff spent the summer scouring the greater New York City area through phone calls talking about all of the Jets’ ticket plans, including personal seat licenses (PSL’s) and season ticket packages. The organization is expected to reach its goal of a complete sellout for the 2010 season.

Weiner’s job doesn’t just entail working at a desk making phone calls all day. Other duties include working at all home games at the New Meadowlands Stadium, which cost a little more than $1 billion in construction costs. Weiner’s first taste of game-day life came in early August when the Jets hosted the Giants at the new stadium. “The stadium is amazing,” he said. “Words can’t begin to describe it. I had to pinch myself at one point to make sure this was all real. I kept saying to myself ‘I work at a professional football stadium.’ We handle a lot of different duties on game day. Some of the staff help out at the will call booth, others visit with ticket holders in their luxury suites or lounge areas and make sure they have everything they need. We get the opportunity in the second half to watch most of the game, so it’s a lot of fun.”

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“Everyone has been working really hard at reaching the goal of a sellout,” Weiner said. “We’ve received great leadership and instruction from the head of several departments within the organization. The ticket sales staff takes part in a competition to see who can sell the most tickets. When we reach certain goals, we receive tickets to different events such as concerts and Yankee games.”

In addition to selling tickets, Weiner has had the opportunity to sit in on important marketing meetings with the higher-ups in the organization, including team owner Woody Johnson. Those meetings have afforded Weiner the opportunity to pick up valuable insight into the marketing of a professional sports team, which he would like to continue to do in the future. “Working in the Athletic Communications office at Franklin Pierce and now working with the Jets has reinforced the fact that I want to have a career in sports,” Weiner said. “The experiences I’ve had at both places have allowed me to see the behind-the-scenes action in the world of sports and I thoroughly enjoy it. I want to continue working in the field, whether professional or college. I’ve had a blast so far.”

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With that success at the collegiate level, the program has begun to see success at the next level, as well. Franklin Pierce has had at least one player selected in the Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft every year since 2001. Over that time period, the Ravens have seen 17 players selected by big league franchises. The only schools in New England producing more draft picks over the last nine years are Boston College (34) and the University of Connecticut (24). Kevin Rivers played three seasons in Rindge (200709) before signing a minor league deal in the Seattle Mariners organization. He left Franklin Pierce among the top 10 players in program history in hits, doubles, triples, home runs and runs batted in. Currently in his first full professional season, Rivers is hitting .316 (through Aug. 17) with nine doubles, three triples and nine home runs while driving in 35 runs for the Everett AquaSox, the Mariners’ Class-A, short-season, Northwest League affiliate. The opportunity to move on to professional baseball was an important part of his decision to play for the Ravens. “It was a huge factor,” said Rivers of Franklin Pierce’s recent track record of placing players in professional baseball. “[Head Coach] Jayson King has done a great job with the program, taking it from nothing to nationally recognized. Now he gets guys drafted every year.” Rivers is not the only former Raven currently playing for the Seattle organization. Scott Savastano, who holds the second-highest career batting average in Franklin Pierce history, is currently playing in the Double-A Southern League with the West Tenn Diamond Jaxx. The only Raven to reach the Double-A level so far, Savastano

is currently in his second full professional season and hitting .282 for the Diamond Jaxx. He earned his first allstar selection last season at the Class-A level. The Mariners also selected the first Raven ever chosen in the draft, Justin Blood back in 2001. The organization seems to have noticed that Franklin Pierce is on par with much bigger programs in terms of preparing players for the next level. Savastano, a 28th round selection in 2008, is trying to open everybody else’s eyes on that front. “I’m trying to open the door, trying to show guys that it doesn’t matter where you’re drafted and that guys from the northeast can play,” said Savastano. “We don’t always get looked at as highly, because of where we play, but I think the Northeast-10 is a strong conference; I know it helped me have my success. Every day we were facing somebody’s ace, and it really helped me prepare for Double-A, where we’re facing somebody of that caliber all the time, even out of the bullpen.” Savastano is originally from Plymouth, Mass., which is also the hometown of current Franklin Pierce right-hander Joe Flynn. Before committing to Franklin Pierce, Flynn was unsure whether he wanted to try to go to a low- or midlevel Division I program instead. Savastano let him know there were advantages to coming to Franklin Pierce. “I told him that you’re going to get looked at just as much, if not more, at the top of Division II, plus you’re going to get the success of winning and just learn how to win at Franklin Pierce,” said Savastano. “You’ll get a top-notch coach in Jayson King and he’ll do everything he can for you. He’ll get you playing in premier summer leagues and everyone respects him: scouts, other college coaches, coaches in summer leagues. He’ll have your back 100%.” The most recent draftee out of Rindge was Jose Macias, who was selected in the 18th round this summer by the Oakland Athletics after putting together one of the greatest pitching seasons in Franklin Pierce history. Oakland assigned him to the Rookie-level Arizona

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League, where he has begun his professional career with a 3-0 record and a 1.29 earned-run average over his first 14 innings. He has noticed a couple of big differences between the college game and the pro game. “The biggest difference is the talent,” said Macias. “There are guys here that have been playing for so long. They know what they’re doing when they get in the batter’s box and how to face a pitcher, so I just have to be even better to get them out.” The other difference playing baseball in Arizona? The weather. “It’s hot out here, it gets up to 115º or 120º sometimes,” said Macias. “It’s a big change coming from Franklin Pierce, going from a winter city to a hot city. The environment here and the players, they’re all good people and I get treated really well here, but the weather’s hotter than anything I’ve ever played in before.” The fourth Raven currently in the minors is Kyle Vazquez, with the Class-A, South Atlantic League Augusta GreenJackets, which is an affiliate of the San Francisco Giants. Vazquez was recently shut down for the season due to injury after posting a 4-3 record with a 4.84 earned-run average over 74.1 innings. He finds himself in the pros now, even though he wasn’t really thinking about it when he first came to Franklin Pierce. “Obviously, the success of the program was a big factor in my coming to Franklin Pierce, but to be honest, I didn’t know much when I first got here about the draft history,” said Vazquez. “I didn’t really know what to expect in terms of getting drafted and it wasn’t really on my mind

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at first. I just knew it was a really good program.” In all, Franklin Pierce has had at least three players in affiliated minor leagues every season since 2005 and has had at least one player active dating back to Blood in 2001. What does it all mean for the program? “It helps the program because we get other guys who see what we’re doing,” said King, with regards to how the professional successes impact the recruiting process. “They see how routinely we’re moving guys to the next level and they want to come be a part of that.” Someday, King hopes to see one of his former players break through and get an opportunity at the Major League level. “It is a long road through the minors to get there, which will make it that much more special when it happens,” said King. “When that day comes, I will be in the stands for sure.” While King may be watching to see one of his players break into the big leagues, his former players keep one eye on Rindge and the Ravens’ continued success. “You’re always rooting for them to win a national championship, because not only would they be winning it for themselves, but they’re trying to win it for all the previous players,” said Savastano. “One day it’s going to happen, and when it does, it’s going to be a national title for all of us.” When either day comes, there will be yet more historic chapters for a program which is now adding to its history books on an annual basis.

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William Bailey has three daughters, a new grandson and a new granddaughter.

Bob Cohn is currently Chief of Staff at The North Laurel Animal Hospital, AAHA Accredited Hospital where he has worked for 28 years.

1971 John W. Boyle is currently working part-time for U.S. Airways Express in Philadelphia, Pa. In his spare time, John volunteers for “Puppies in Flight”, one of the airlines’ community service programs. This involves the transport of service dogs to various cities around the world. During the flights the dogs/puppies travel with him in the passenger cabin and he says, “It can be rather challenging to entertain the dogs especially on extended flights.” John and his wife of six years, Theresa, have been making extensive use of his travel benefits with trips to Italy, Morrocco, Israel, Norway, Turkey and Russia.

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Alan Schneider and Ann (Spiegel) Schneider met and married the end of their junior year, 1972, at FPC. They have been married for 38 years, and they have two wonderful kids. Alan has worked in the field of psychotherapy and counseling for the past 35 years. Alan believes that his undergraduate education in psychology gave him a strong base to build on and has served him well all of these years.

1974 Barbara (Hatch) Hebert - skiing, swimming, kayaking, camping, gardening, volunteering, retired = priceless.

1975 Stephen Blair and his wife Paula are presently living in Miami, Fla.. Their four children are grown and have blessed them with three grandchildren (so far!). After nine years of research at an oceanographic institution in eastern central Florida, Stephen spent the next 22 years conducting and overseeing assessment, evaluation and restoration of coastal natural resources in southeast Florida. It’s been a heck of a ride since ‘75!

1977 Alan Friedman reports that his daughter will be attending SUNY Maritime in September.

1978 Gregory De Yoe has three wonderful and beautiful daughters, Kristen 22, Kaitlin 21 and Kieryn 17. Kristen currently resides in Austin, Texas after graduating from the UCONN Business School. Kaitlin is currently attending UCONN and will be a senior next year. She is also in their Scholars Program. Kieryn is entering her senior year at Foran HS in Milford, Conn. She is one of the co-captains of her varsity soccer team. Gregory -- well what is there to say? Working and paying off college loans, then the wedding loans (down the road). Retirement is not in my vocabulary. LOL. Hope to see some people over this year’s Alumni Weekend.

1979 Deborah Moore is enjoying her new job as the Habitat for Humanity ReStore Manager in Worcester, Mass. She invites her Franklin Pierce friends in Worcester to stop in, say hi and check it out. Last fall Debbi was certified by NABCEP in Entry Level Solar and recently obtained her BPI Energy Auditor certification. She is looking forward to using these new skills to help people live in a way that has less impact on the earth and our environment.

1980 Steven Dickson is married with three children. Steven is President/CEO of a regional appraisal firm. What happened to Nancy Meek, Jeff Crico and Hal Pyke?!? Mary (Cochrane) Dumont graduated from Westfield State College with a Masters of Education in History on May 20, 2010.

Julia (Inglis) Guazzo got married in 2007 to husband Bill. She is still taking ballet and performing once a year. Julia and Bill love to travel. Her children are all grown up, have graduated from college and are off working and living on their own. Julia would love to hear from other alumni.

1986 Carol Nepton Mottor joined the faculty of Franklin Pierce Unviersity as Associate Professor in the Doctor of Arts in Leadership Program. Carol is thrilled to be a part of this program that has so much to offer mid-career professionals looking to achieve a doctoral degree.

1987 Shari (Needle) Matarazzo has been married for 15 years to her wonderful husband, Rick. They have two amazing boys, Jesse (12) and Derek (6).

1988 Bruce Harrington received his National Board Certification in English Language Arts/Early Adolescence (NBCT) in November 2009.

1991 Frank Roth has recently been appointed as the Director of Eligibility Certification for Metro, in Washington, DC. His office assesses and certifies customers eligibility for MetroAccess paratransit services for the DC metropolitan area.

1992 Michael Trudeau is entering his 3rd season as the Head Men’s Soccer Coach at Johnson & Wales University in Providence, R.I.

1995 Rebecca (Bumps) Bailey is currently a busy stay-at-home parent of George and Meghan. Rebecca is now entering her second year as a certified coach for Vermont Special Olympics.

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1999 Rebecca Ahlfors earned her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology in June 2010. She completed her dissertation on Cyberbullying and is working on her post-doctoral hours at a community mental health center. Rachel (Freibaum) Karfeld was married to Harlan in November 2009 and received her M.B.A. from the University of Phoenix in March of this year. For the last three and a half years she has been working as a dental consultant for the Levin Group who specialize in practice management and marketing consulting for dental practices.

2000 Kevin Green was married on Sept. 20, 2008 to his wife Heather. Franklin Pierce alumni in attendance were Greg Austin ‘99 (best man), Colleen McKinnon ‘99, Ryan Haskell (Groomsman) ‘01, Justin Lacroix ‘02, and Rob Bligh ‘02. Kevin and his wife live in Framingham with their two basset hounds, Clyde and Daphne. Kevin was promoted to Vice President, Marketing and Social Media at Digital Influence Group in Waltham, Mass. in June 2010. Chrissy Hogue recently divorced and reassumed her maiden name. She has also become part owner in a successful online company called Brassologie. com which sells brass jewelry findings, is a creative consultant/producer for Happee Smith Productions, co-founder of HogueMade Productions, a Theatre for Charity, is a partner in Get Reel, the student film festival in the tri-states of Iowa, Illinois, Wisconsin and continues to act on stage as well as in film and commercials. All this she does as a single mother of the two most amazing children she’s ever witnessed.

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James Dunphy became President and CEO of Hampshire First Bank, a state chartered commercial community bank, back in February of 2002. Since 2002 Hampshire First has grown to five banking centers throughout southern New Hampshire. James has served on several boards in the Greater Manchester area including the Special Olympics, Trustee of Trust Funds, the Police Athletic League, Daniel Webster Boy Scouts of America, UNH Manchester Business School Advisory Board, New Hampshire Businesses of Transportation and Infrastructure and presently is an active member of the Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce. James currently resides in Manchester, N.H. with his wife Robyn and their two sons, Shawn and Patrick.

Jackline Gaudet has been promoted to Assistant Marketing Manager for a marketing communications and fulfillment company in Rhode Island.

Kathryn (Shifflett) Girard finished her master’s degree at the University of New Haven, Conn. in Clinical Psychology. Kathryn gave birth to her son Alexander in June of 2009. She got married in 2009 in Milford, Conn. to a wonderful man, Philip Girard, with whom she went to high school in Naugatuck, Conn. In 2010, Kathryn was transferred to a new job in McKinney, Texas as a Senior Earned Value Professional doing integrated master scheduling for Raytheon within the Advanced Targeting Forward-Looking Infrared (ATFLIR) organization.

2004 Jennifer (Scott) Forry and her husband Ryan are excited to announce the birth of their second son, Aiden Ryan Forry on Oct. 1, 2009. Aiden weighed 10 lbs, 11 oz and was 21.5 inches long. Aiden was welcomed home by his big brother Liam. Jenn is the Director of Residence Life at Newbury College in Brookline, Mass. and is the incoming President of the Boston Area College Housing Association. Remi Francoeur and Kristen Costa were married on May 1, 2010 in Fall River, MA. Many Franklin Pierce alums were in attendance including from: Class of 2004: Matt Cormier, Tony Chavira; Class of 2005: Herve Fumberi, Terrell Boston Smith, James Lunan, Deanna Jones, Dan Gouthro, Mike Bagtaz, Rebecca (Robitaille) Bagtaz, Nicole Catalano, Frank Blais; Class of 2006: Stacey Inza. Kristen and Remi reside in Somerset, Mass.

Sarah Kucsma purchased a new home and moved to Las Vegas in 2010. Sarah started a new job with BB King’s Restaurants and Blues Club in May of 2010. Heather O’Dell continues to work as a supervisor in the judicial court system and recently became the head pre-trial services trainer at the division’s Training Academy. She finished her nine-year cheerleading coaching career to pursue cheerleading judging opportunities with her national certification. Heather also became engaged in February of 2010 and plans to wed in a September 2012 ceremony.

Megan Hutchinson has been working in the IT field for the past four years. She has worked as an IT coordinator and became a certified computer teacher for New Hampshire. Megan is currently the database administrator for a Massachusetts school district. Kari Nestor is currently the Director of Business Services at American Media, a magazine publishing company in New York City.

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in.memoriam Derek Rodgerson was married in September 2008 to the former Brianna Blanchard. They welcomed their first child, Beau, in November. They currently reside in Del Rio, Texas at Laughlin Air Force Base where he is a 2nd Lt. and pilot in the U.S. Air Force.

2005 Ryan Brackett moved to Tennessee in 2006. He began working with the Elizabethton Police Department in 2007 and currently works in the Traffic/Motorcycle Division. He is also a member of S.W.A.T. and Specialized Traffic Accident Reconstruction Teams, a police instructor in Taser, Emergency Vehicle Driving and Motor Vehicle STOPS. He married on March 17, 2009 to Erin M. Folton of Bethlehem, Pa. Colleen Burke is currently working on getting her M.Ed. at Endicott College. Her expected graduation date is May 2011.

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Matthew and Kristen (Bartini) Naffah are proud to announce the birth of their first child, Olivia Pierce Naffah. Olivia was born on May 21, 2010 in Chicago, where the couple now resides.

2007 Daniel Bedford and Jessica Tofani were married on Feb. 21, 2009 in Pierce Hall at Franklin Pierce University. James Decrisantis ‘06, Weston Vollheim ‘06, Jason Bethelette ‘06, Kyle Donahue ‘08, Richard Holmes ‘07, Kerrilyn Matarese ‘07, Haley Wile ‘07 and Janet Smith ‘08 were all members of the wedding party. Jess is a fourth grade teacher and Dan is a police officer living in West Hartford, Conn. Dan May and Abigail (Nichols) May bought their first home in Bennington, Vt. and just celebrated their two-year wedding anniversary at Walt Disney World.

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Candice (McDaniel) Arcidiacono recently became a POS Analyst at Franchise World Headquarters LLC on May 2010. She was married on July 9, 2010 to Kaloni Arcidiacono in Fairfield, Conn. at Black Rock Congregational Church. Jessica Gale-Tanner and husband Ben Tanner welcomed son, Cory Matthew Tanner, on Jan. 10, 2010 at Cheshire Medical Center in Keene. In June, Ben was promoted to assistant store manager at the Hannaford store in Keene. Jessica is busy raising Cory and working from home as a Stampin’ Up! independent demonstrator. She also does freelance graphic design and photography.

Dr. John P. Fanara Rindge Alumni ‘80 Aug. 26, 2010 Francis H. “Frank” Donovan CGPS Alumni ‘01 Sept. 10, 2010

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Allison Smith finished two years of service with AmeriCorps in Boston. She was accepted into Wheelock College’s graduate program for her Master’s in Organizational Leadership. Allison now works as a mentor/ coach and program coordinator at FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology).

Let us know about your achievements, life’s adventures and what you’ve been doing since graduation.

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Howard Enders beloved father of Eric Enders ‘83 June 18, 2010

Please keep the following guidelines in mind when submitting news:

Dan Desrochers is currently working in advertising at Foxwoods Resort Casino. Dan is engaged to Kate Chambers. They are planning a May 2011 wedding.

• News should be of reasonable length and not more than 50 words. Please do not send entire letters, articles or press releases as they will not be reprinted.

Jessie (Gagnon) Hlister is currently earning a M.S. Ed. at Temple University Japan in Education and TESOL (teaching English as a second language). Expected graduation date is January 2012. Co-teaching international kindergarten (with a special focus in English curriculum) full-time at Belgrave English School in Tokyo, Japan. Jessie married Brian Hlister of Monmouth, Maine (now also teaches English in Tokyo, Japan) on Oct. 17, 2009.

• A class note must be submitted by the alum who is the subject of the note. If a class note is submitted by someone other than the subject of the note, the subject of the note will be contacted for his/her permission before the information is printed.

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• Engagement news, birth announcements and photos will be printed. News of impending weddings and/or births are not published.

Adam Kierstead is currently working at the UNH School of Law (formerly Franklin Pierce Law Center) as Multimedia Coordinator and recently married Amanda St. Peters.

• When submitting wedding photos, please identify people’s first and last names and class year. We check their class year but do not ask for permission to publish from each alum.

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Upcoming Alumni Events Nov. 9, 2010

March 27, 2011

New Hampshire Networking Event

Alumni Association Board of Directors Meeting

Lui Lui, 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., Lebanon, N.H.

and Election, Rindge Campus

Jan. 29, 2011

March 31, 2011

Men’s Ice Hockey Alumni Game

New Hampshire Networking Event

Winchendon Ice Arena

Location and time TBD, Portsmouth, N.H.

Time TBD

April 2, 2011 Feb. 17, 2011

North Carolina Region Community Service Event

New Hampshire Networking Event

Location and time TBD

Location and time TBD, Concord, N.H.

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Alumni Community Service Events

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March 26 and 27, 2011

May 15, 2011

Alumni Association Board of Directors Committee Meeting

Massachusetts Chapter Community Service Event

Rindge Campus

Location and time TBD

Don’t see an event in your area or want to help plan events for your chapter? Contact alumni relations at 877.372.2586 or alumni@franklinpierce.edu.

Your Alumni Association Board of Directors call for nominations. Self nominations for elections to your Alumni Association Board of Directors are now open. Nominees should submit the nomination form along with a resume to Alumni Relations no later than 5 p.m. (EST) on Jan. 31, 2011. The nomination form is available on the Web at www.franklinpierce.edu/ alumni_association.edu. If you would prefer you may request a form via e-mail alumni@franklinpierce.edu or call 1.877.372.2586. For details regarding the election, nomination process or the responsibilities of the Alumni Association Board of Directors, call or e-mail alumni relations at 877.372.2586 or alumni@franklinpierce.edu.

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all it kismet, destiny, or fate, but any way you look at it, John Burke says it was the best decision he ever made. The year was 1963 and after some time with the Reserves and a few other jobs after high school, John was working at a pharmacy in central Massachusetts not sure what direction to take next. The pharmacist was musing one afternoon and told John if he were to do it over again, he’d become an FBI agent. John decided to check it out. What he learned about the job intrigued him and he found he possessed many of the attributes of successful agents but what he lacked was the required college degree. At about this exact same time he read a story in the Worcester Telegram about a new college opening in the fall in rural New Hampshire.

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John has truly been invested in the success of Franklin Pierce since the school began. As part of the inaugural class, he and his 98 classmates had to establish and build everything from scratch. From sports teams, to clubs, to committees and social activities, students spearheaded them all. “Maybe we weren’t the most traditional students, but we were very entrepreneurial and when we got an idea we ran with it and took it as far is we could.” This is the sort of spirit that resulted in a Janis Joplin concert on campus – and the spirit that has kept the school evolving and growing. Anxious to get started on his career, John graduated with honors in three years with a degree in history and applied to the FBI during his senior year. Burke spent 32 years with the FBI doing work that was, in his words, “not always dangerous but always interesting.” He found the work fascinating and his colleagues incredible people. “Team work—you don’t do it all by yourself, it’s a total team effort,” a skill John says he honed at Franklin Pierce that served him well in his chosen career. Today, he is the president and owner of American Legal Investigative Services in Boston where his firm provides private investigations and comprehensive litigation support for the legal community. Being in Boston, Burke is able to come to campus for career days and to mentor students interested in law enforcement or careers with the federal government.

He sees it as another way to give back and show his appreciation for the experience he had. Over the years, John has kept his connection and service to Pierce. Together with Lloyd Astmann and others, he was the driving force behind the establishment of the Alumni Association. He served three terms since the 1970s, one as president. John was also the Class Agent for the first graduating class. From 1996 to 2000, he served on the Franklin Pierce Board of Trustees and served on numerous committees including the Development Committee; the Enrollment Committee, as Vice Chair; the Executive Committee; the Admissions & Student Aid Committee; and the Audit & Development Committee. In 1987 he received the Alumni Participation Award. John’s commitment to Franklin Pierce is inspiring but his motivation is simple. “Franklin Pierce is where I grew up—where I found myself. Having the opportunity to be so involved, to work with faculty, administration, trustees and town residents gave me great skills and experiences that were so valuable in life after college. We were the leaders of the school and we learned so much more than what we got from traditional classroom instruction. We had the opportunity to create something new, to use our imagination and experiment with our ideas to use what talents we had.” He’s as dedicated today to the University’s long-term progress as he was in the early days. He’s a President’s Council member and supports the Annual Fund, capital campaigns and other University initiatives. “There’s a lot of competition in higher education these days and giving back helps strengthen the institution and ensures its future success.” Advice for today’s student? “Get involved—take a chance and give it a try. At Pierce you can follow your interests and see what you can do. That’s what life is all about.”

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Capital Campaign Sources of Income Dear Friends, Please accept our sincere gratitude for helping Franklin Pierce University successfully complete our capital campaign, Realizing True Potential. Now. The $12 million campaign closed on June 30, 2010 surpassing the goal with $12,388,526 raised. The campaign began in 2005 and despite the prolonged and severe economic downturn, supporters from all walks of life gave generously, many making stretch gifts to support this institution. This generosity has translated into increased scholarship support for our students, new facilities that enhance our ability to offer our students a quality educational experience, support for our dedicated faculty and a more secure foundation on which we will continue to grow and thrive in the years ahead. The fiscal benefits of this campaign are obvious but I’ve also seen other benefits as well. For me, it’s been an opportunity to meet with so many individuals who care about Franklin Pierce and hear their stories. This has given me a deeper understanding of this institution and its tremendous impact—and potential. For others, the campaign was a platform from which to get more involved in the life of the school and this has brought numerous benefits to Franklin Pierce. Every gift has a lasting impact on a student’s life and future. On behalf of all of us at Franklin Pierce, thank you for your support during the Realizing True Potential. Now. campaign.

With gratitude and best regards,

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In honor of Ms. Rebecca M. Aalto ‘08 Mr. and Mrs. Peter Aalto In memory of Senda Anderson Ms. Leslie R. Anderson In honor of Ms. Leslye A. Arsht Mrs. Martha Bardwell Dr. and Mrs. Eliot Berson Mrs. Beverly Chadd Ms. Mary Jane DiBona Mr. and Mrs. Michael Fleming Mr. Christopher Gergen RIFF Mr. Andrew Rotherham Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Scheer Ms. Amy White In memory of Ms. Lisa (Weidner) Alyward ‘82 Mr. Clinton W. Pierce ‘81 Mr. Jeffrey K. Smith ‘81 In memory of Carolyn P. Bartosz Mr. and Mrs. Peter Jefferson

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In honor of Rev. Bill Beardslee Mr. Joseph M. Tyman ‘08

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In honor of George H. Beaulieu, Jr. Mr. Daniel G. Beaulieu ‘89 In memory of Kaitlin Berlin Mr. and Mrs. Peter Jefferson In honor of Dr. James F. Birge Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Weeks In honor of Ms. Cara M. Blaney ‘09

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Mr. John C. Blaney and Mrs. Kathleen Lynch In honor of Ms. Sally Bomer Ms. Elizabeth W. Battey ‘07 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Battey Ms. Nicole A. Kedaroe ‘08 In memory of John Bonk Mr. and Mrs. Peter Jefferson In memory of Corrado Bordonaro Mr. and Mrs. Peter Jefferson In memory of Irene Bosk Mr. and Mrs. Peter Jefferson In honor of Mr. Ahmad Boura Mr. Terrell L. Boston Smith ‘05

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In memory of Dr. James C. Brewer, Jr. Ms. Dorothy M. Smith In memory of Tracey Brown Mr. and Mrs. Peter Jefferson In memory of Clara Bruen Mr. and Mrs. Peter Jefferson In memory of Robert A. Burnham Mr. and Mrs. Peter Jefferson In memory of Mr. Jeffrey T. Burstein ‘98 Mrs. Kerri A. (Jendras-Burstein) Pritchet ‘95 In memory of John A. Butner Mr. J. David Butner ‘70 In memory of Rita Caoutte Mrs. Tina Hansen In memory of Robert L. Carver Mr. and Mrs. Peter Jefferson In memory of Mr. Glenn C. Catania, Jr. ‘91 Ms. Kathy Broggini Mr. Glenn C. Catania, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dammers In honor of Dr. Frank S. Cohen Mr. and Mrs. William Fischer Mr. and Mrs. Michael O’Shea In honor of Mr. Robert J. Condon, Jr. Mrs. Helen M. (Ament) Astmann ‘69 Mr. Lloyd Astmann ‘69 In memory of Mr. Adam F. Correnti ‘09 Mr. and Mrs. Aaron M. Walisever In memory of Howard Dadarian Mr. Steven R. Just ‘75 Mrs. Helene (Greenewald) Just ‘76 In memory of Jennifer Danna Mr. and Mrs. Peter Jefferson In memory of Fred Digirolamo Mr. and Mrs. Peter Jefferson In honor of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Donahue Mr. and Mrs. Peter Jefferson In honor of Mr. Tristan K. Downing ‘07 Ms. Renee Taveniere In honor of Ms. Christine K. Doyle ‘08 Mrs. Beth A. Clark

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In honor of Jade & Iain Drawec

Mrs. Andrea M. Brode ‘95, ‘99#

Ms. Sarah (Rice) Drawec ‘96

Mr. Edward F. French

Mr. Shawn M. Drawec ‘96

Ms. Christian C. Haines

In honor of Mr. Christian G. Dusaitis ‘07 Mr. and Mrs. George Dusaitis In honor of Mr. James W. “Spider” Egan ‘72 Mr. Joshua B. Egan In honor of Mrs. Mildred (Kafka) Egan ‘72 Mr. Joshua B. Egan In honor of Ms. Shirley A. English-Whitman ‘01, ‘04, ‘07# Ms. Katherine M. O’Reilly ‘08 In honor of Mr. Brendan S. Enos ‘08 Mr. and Mrs. Scott Enos In honor of Matthijs Eppinga ‘10 Marten Eppinga In honor of Ms. Sara R. Estis ‘07 Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Estis In honor of Mrs. Marabeth Farmer Mr. Richard G. Miles ‘08 In memory of Maxwell Feiner Mr. and Mrs. Peter Jefferson In memory of Seth D. Felson Mr. and Mrs. Peter Jefferson In honor of Ms. Rebecca Fischer ‘00 Mr. and Mrs. William Fischer In honor of Mr. Timothy G. Fischer ‘06 Mr. and Mrs. William Fischer In honor of Dr. Marlin Fitzwater

Ms. Victoria Rank ‘02, ‘05, ‘10 Ms. Judith Tomlinson In memory of Ms. Theresa K. Girard Dr. Frank S. DiPietro, Trustee Emeritus El Vida, LLC In memory of Robert Goldman Mr. and Mrs. Peter Jefferson In memory of Michael J. Gramegna Mr. and Mrs. Peter Jefferson

Mr. Michael J. Buckley In honor of President Emeritus,

George J. Hagerty

Ms. Leslye A. Arsht Mr. Richard E. Ashooh Mrs. Helen M. (Ament) Astmann ‘69 Mr. Lloyd Astmann ‘69 Bank of America Dr. James F. Birge Dr. Zeddie Bowen Mr. John J. Cronin, III, Esq. ‘73 Mr. James P. Fallon Mr. Thomas V. Farrell ‘83 Dr. Marlin Fitzwater Mr. and Mrs. Stephen A. Greyser Dr. Paul M. Kotila Ms. Carole D. Monroe Mr. Robert M. Patterson ‘69 Mr. Fred C. Petti

Mr. Frank Blais ‘05

Ms. Sandra Quaye

Mr. Andrew H. Card, Jr.

Mr. John D. Rauh

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In honor of Ms. Angela B. Graney

Ms. Robin Y. Takeno Mrs. Candace Wiest

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In honor of Dr. Mary C. Kelly Mr. Patrick J. Bauch ‘07 Mr. and Mrs. Steven A. Bauch In honor of Dr. Kelly M. Kilcrease Mr. Bryan G. Baynes ‘08 In honor of Dan Kilty Anonymous In honor of Ms. Audrey E. Kimball ‘09 Mr. Robert Kimball In honor of Mr. Arnold A. Knights, Jr. Ms. Arikka D. Knights ‘08 In honor of Ms. Kristen R. Lake ‘07 Mr. and Mrs. Trevor Lake In memory of John J. Laraia Mr. and Mrs. Peter Jefferson In honor of Professor Robert Lawson Ms. Elizabeth W. Battey ‘07 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Battey In memory of June Lechleiter Mr. and Mrs. Peter Jefferson In honor of Ms. Johannah Leedham ‘10

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American Honda Motors Co., Inc.

Mr. and Mrs. Scott H. Winchester

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In honor of Ms. Ashley L. Helie ‘08, ‘10 Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred A. Helie In memory of Robert Hilliard Mr. and Mrs. Peter Jefferson In memory of Marion Hooper Mr. and Mrs. Eric Hill In memory of Peter J. Hopkins

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Mr. Anthony J. Jardim ‘97 In memory of Donald Jones Mr. and Mrs. Peter Jefferson In honor of Ms. Susanne P. Jones Mr. Jeremy Jones and Ms. Tracy Savage In honor of Ms. Melissa A. Kapela ‘09 Mrs. Denise Caiafa Mrs. Eileen Giordano Mr. and Mrs. James R. Giordano

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Mr. Bruce M. Kirsh ‘71 Mrs. Patricia (Brown) Kirsh ‘70 In memory of Catherine Mercer Lincoln Mrs. Tina Hansen Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Jenkins In memory of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Liss Mrs. Lori H. (Liss) Sackett ‘99 In honor of Dr. Linda A. Malmgren Ms. Amanda S. Leblanc ‘08 In memory of Thomas Mancini Mr. and Mrs. Peter Jefferson In honor of Dr. Robin F. Marra Mr. and Mrs. William Fischer Mr. and Mrs. Micheal E. O’Shea In memory of Dr. Kenneth Marrer Mr. Gregg L. Marrer ‘08 # Mrs. Mary Jane Marrer Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Pula In memory of Rick Mauldin Mr. and Mrs. Peter Jefferson In memory of Mr. and Mrs. James H. McVey Mr. and Mrs. Peter Jefferson

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In memory of Wyborn Mercer Mrs. Tina Hansen In memory of Ms. Dennise J. Messier ‘97 Ms. Kristen R. Jaccodine ‘97 In honor of Ms. Carole D. Monroe The Jenzabar Foundation In memory of Mr. Kreighten K. Moore ‘99 Mr. Benjamin F. Moore Mr. Keith O’Brien ‘99 In memory of Dr. John Morressy Mr. Harold M. Stein ‘92 In honor of Ms. Lizette M. Morris ‘07 Mrs. Stella van Renesse-Walling In memory of Albert Mosley Dr. Jean F. Blacketor In memory of John C. Murphy Mr. and Mrs. Peter Jefferson In memory of Jane O’Brien Mr. and Mrs. Peter Jefferson In memory of Brian O’Connell Mr. and Mrs. Peter Jefferson In honor of Mr. Jacob W. Oftedahl ‘08 Mr. and Mrs. Randall V. Oftedahl In honor of Ms. Katherine M. O’Reilly ‘08 Ms. Shirley A. English-Whitman ‘01, ‘04, ‘07# Mr. R. Kent Whitman In honor of Ms. Kathleen A. O’Shea ‘07 Mr. and Mrs. Michael E. O’Shea In honor of Dr. Catherine R. Owen Koning Ms. Emily B. Andersen ‘08 In honor of Geraldine Palmer Mrs. Joy K. Whitaker ‘95 In honor of Mr. Michael Patinsky Marketing Edge Consulting

In honor of Ms. Aletha “Lee” Potter Mr. Nicholas A. Barbu ‘08 In memory of Mr. Robert W. Potter, Jr. Mrs. Tina Hansen In memory of Rita Raiczyk Mr. and Mrs. Peter Jefferson In memory of Mr. John C. Reitwiesner ‘69 Mr. Ronald M. Savarese ‘66 In honor of Mr. Ahmad Rivazfar Ms. Alexandria S. Rivazfar ‘08 In memory of Sam Mrs. Tina Hansen In memory of Arnoldo Sierra Mr. and Mrs. Peter Jefferson In memory of Claire Sklar Mr. and Mrs. Peter Jefferson In memory of Elizabeth L. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Peter Jefferson In memory of Mr. Stephen M. “Hurricane” Smith Anonymous (2) Mr. Michael J. Abruzzese Ms. Elaine B. Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Joel Anderson Mr. David R. Bennett ‘02 #

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Ms. Kathleen A. Bizarro ‘08 # Dr. Jean F. Blacketor Ms. Cheryl A. Blackwood ‘94, ‘02 # Dr. and Mrs. James C. Brewer, Jr. Mrs. Andrea M. Brode ‘95, ‘99# Ms. Judith E. Cobb Mr. Jeffrey Cohen and Ms. Renee Vebell Ms. Norma S. Corey Mr. and Mrs. Roger R. Cranshawn Ms. Shirley H. Crowley Ms. Eleanor S. Dallas Ms. Mary M. Farrell

In honor of Mr. Robert M. Patterson ‘69 Mrs. Helen M. (Ament) Astmann ‘69 Mr. Lloyd Astmann ‘69 In memory of Joseph Petronella Mr. and Mrs. Peter Jefferson In honor of Mr. Derick P. Pignone ‘07 Ms. Donnamarie Kelly Pignone In memory of George Plikaitis Mr. and Mrs. Peter Jefferson

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Dr. Maria R. Garcia

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Vazquez

Ms. Marilyn B. Gemmell ‘86 # Dr. and Mrs. Richard A. Gustafson Rev. and Mrs. Robert C. Hamm Mr. Arthur A. Hembrough ‘05 # Mr. and Mrs. Christopher E. Hilstro Ms. Elisabeth B. Hirschfeld ‘08 # The Horwitz Family Memorial Foundation Ms. Lori B. Key ‘03 # Ms. Margaret S. Langford Ms. Elizabeth Lyons ‘03 # Mr. Gregg L. Marrer ‘08 # Ms. Dorothy R. McDonald

Mr. Christopher M. Ciota ‘08 In memory of Dorothy Wells Mr. and Mrs. Peter Jefferson In memory of Nancy Wencke Crouch Mrs. Beverly Chadd RIFF In memory of Mr. Peter C. Wensberg Mr. Lloyd Astmann ‘69

Raytheon Company Mr. and Mrs. Tom R. Saler Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Shapiro Ms. Dorothy M. Smith Mr. Stephen J. Stepenuck Ms. Rebecca A. Stowe ‘05 Mr. H. Wheaton Thomas Ms. Jeanne L. Williams Mr. Robert P. Worden ‘00 Ms. Jean Yeo u n i v e r s i t y

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Mr. Michael Dermot O’Brien

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Mrs. Helen M. (Ament) Astmann ‘69

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Mrs. Linnea M. Fraser ‘03 #

In memory of Susan K. Spector Mr. and Mrs. Peter Jefferson

In honor of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wheatley Mr. Jameson W. Wheatley ‘08 In honor of Ann Ewing & Scott Winchester Wedding Mr. and Mrs. John E. Dabuliewicz Ms. Mary B. Gilbreath Ms. Christian C. Haines Mr. Edwin Holt Mr. and Mrs. Jason S. Mangrum In honor of Ms. Sandra L. Winchester Mr. Scott and Mrs. Ann M. (Ewing) Winchester In honor of Mr. Scott H. Winchester Mrs. Ann M. (Ewing) Winchester In memory of Dave Zadek Mr. and Mrs. Peter Jefferson

In memory of Tim St. Cyr Mr. and Mrs. Philip E. St. Cyr In memory of Olive Sullivan Mr. and Mrs. Peter Jefferson In honor of Dr. Trevor Tebbs Ms. Mallory M. Shocik ‘08 In memory of Richard J. Templeton Mr. and Mrs. Peter Jefferson In memory of Ms. Betty J. Thornton Mr. Huwerl Thornton, Jr. ‘89 In memory of Mrs. Judith Tieger Mr. Marc P. Tieger ‘69 In memory of Jane Tule Mr. and Mrs. Peter Jefferson In honor of Ms. Kristen A. Turbide ‘09 Mr. and Mrs. Scott E. Enos

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Trustees Current and Former President’s Council Benefactor Ms. Leslye A. Arsht Mr. Richard E. Ashooh Mr. Lloyd Astmann ‘69 Honorable Charles F. Bass Mr. Robert P. Brown Mr. John T. Burke, Jr. ‘66 Mr. Donald W. Comstock, Sr. Mr. Gregory M. Doody ‘92 Mr. James P. Fallon Mr. Thomas V. Farrell ‘83 Dr. Marlin Fitzwater Dr. George J. Hagerty, President Emeritus Dr. Kim M. Mooney ‘83 Dr. Arthur M. Pappas Mr. Robert M. Patterson ‘69 Mr. Stephen T. Pelkey Mr. Stephen J. Robbins ‘80 Mr. Jack D. Rose Mr. L. James Santerre ‘66 Mr. Gene R. Schiavone ‘69 Mr. Gregory Tritt ‘84* President’s Council Founder Dr. James F. Birge Dr. Zeddie Bowen Mr. John J. Cronin, III, Esq. ‘73 Mrs. Carleen (Albonizio) Farrell ‘71 Mr. Eric S. Marcus ‘80 Mr. Kerry D. Stein ‘80 President’s Council Patron Mr. Delcie D. Bean Mr. Michael C.J. Fallon Mr. Stanley B. Fry Mr. Paul B. Kopperl The Honorable Terrence M. O’Connell Mr. Charles B. Paquette ‘87 Mr. Richard L. Rettig ‘71 Ms. Laurie A. Tomlinson ‘82 Mrs. Candace Wiest President’s Council Fellow Mr. James T. Brett Ms. Melissa A. Conway ‘98 Dr. Frank S. DiPietro, Trustee Emeritus Mr. John H. Eason ‘67 Mr. Christopher J. Flynn Mr. Cyrus W. Gregg Mr. Milton Kahn Mr. Alfred N. Marulli, Jr. ‘69 President Walter Peterson Mr. Fred C. Petti Mr. James A. Putnam Dr. Helen J. Streubert, Ed.D. Mr. Peter C. Wensberg * Mr. David T. Wilson ‘77 Hampshire Society Mr. Robert P. Bass, Jr. Mr. Andrew H. Card, Jr. Mr. Carmine C. Giangreco ‘66 Mr. Lawrence Leach ‘82 Mr. Jack Wozmak Esq., NHA

Monadnock Society Mr. Robert M. Clark, Jr.* Granite Society Ms. Paula A. Cheatwood ‘80 Mr. Charlton MacVeagh, Jr. Mr. John D. Rauh

Parents President’s Council Benefactor Mr. Lloyd ‘69 and Mrs. Helen (Ament) ‘69 Astmann Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Bisaccia Mr. John T. Burke, Jr. ‘66 Mr. and Mrs. Donald W. Comstock, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Cooper Mr. and Mrs. Stephen A. Davis Honorable Thomas Farber and Mrs. Dana Buchman Mr. and Mrs. David Panopoulos Mr. and Mrs. Attilio Petrocelli Mr. and Mrs. Michael Rivers Mr. and Mrs. Warren H. Shadek Mr. and Mrs. Tom Skeffington Mr. and Mrs. Michael Wellman President’s Council Founder Mr. and Mrs. Mark P. Andreotta Mr. and Mrs. Peter H. Fuchs Mr. and Mrs. Carl Vazquez President’s Council Patron Dr. and Mrs. James P. Earle Mr. and Mrs. Ted Bishop Mr. and Mrs. Ronald J. Cote Mr. and Mrs. Steve DelSavio Mr. Arnold T. Galkin Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Gibbs Mr. and Mrs. Kim Leedham Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Peterson Mr. Daniel “Dan” ‘67 and Mrs. Alexis Snell Mr. and Mrs. Aaron M. Walisever President’s Council Fellow Mr. and Mrs. Peter O. Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Thierry Auffray Mr. and Mrs. James M. Aufiero Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth R. Begin Mr. Christopher Dadian and Mrs. Nina Davis Mr. and Mrs. Stephen G. DiCicco Mr. and Mrs. G. Frederick Dunn Mr. and Mrs. John Fields Ms. Christian C. Haines Drs. James and Nancy Haley Mr. and Mrs. Glen Hannington Ms. Helen T. Hodgman Dr. and Mrs. Owen R. Houghton Ms. Denine James-Nio Mr. Reid C. Jeffery, Sr. ‘71 and Mrs. Christine Jeffery Mr. and Mrs. Paul Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Alex Kalivas Mr. and Mrs. Mark Kellett Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Kemp Mrs. Beth Lawton and Mr. Ben Heyman Mr. and Mrs. Steven L. Lidke Clare McCully

Mr. and Mrs. Alexander R. Nestor Mr. Leo T. ‘83 and Mrs. Gail Purcell Mr. and Mrs. Michael Sauter William & Nancy Schneider Mr. Ulysses E. ‘02 # and Mrs. Margaret Shields Mr. and Mrs. William F. Sullivan Mr. and Mrs. Dale Travis Mr. David T. ‘77 and Mrs. Janice (Paranto) ‘84 Wilson Hampshire Society Mr. and Mrs. Fred M. Adams Mr. Scott ‘73 and Mrs. Katie Babitts Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bachrach Ms. Patricia Badalamenti Mrs. Rosalie Barrett Mr. and Mrs. Leonard G. Benigno Mr. and Mrs. John P. Billingsley Mr. John C. Blaney and Mrs. Kathleen Lynch Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bluttal Mrs. Ellen Burstein Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence J. Busto Mr. Dennis and Mrs. Susan ‘05, ‘08 Casey Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Chavira Ms. Valerie Clifton Kevin and Leslie Cole Mr. Peter W. Cowden Mr. and Mrs. Robert Croce Mrs. Ruth B. Crockett Dr. and Mrs. Francis D’Ambrosio, Jr. Peter and Deborah DellaBernarda Mr. and Mrs. John L. Dembishack, III Mr. and Mrs. Steven Dowd Mr. and Mrs. William Duffey Mr. and Mrs. John O. Duplissie Ms. Jeanne C. Durand Mr. and Mrs. Roger D. Ervin Mr. and Mrs. Dennis A. Estis Mr. and Mrs. Ted Ferguson Robin and Elwood Fisher Mr. and Mrs. Fred Frazao Mr. and Mrs. John K. Gantz, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Gemma Josephine and Anthony Giordano Mr. Ralph E. ‘82 and Mrs. Margaret Heald Richard and Elaine Holmes Mr. Ian M. ‘77 and Mrs. Frances Horowitz Ms. Sue Ingram Mr. and Mrs. Mindaugas Jatulis Mr. and Mrs. Peter Jefferson Drs. Martin and Jean Joyce-Brady Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Kapela Dr. and Mrs. Roy Khalid Khan Mr. William Larned Mr. Harold B. ‘80 and Mrs. Kathleen Larson, Jr. Mr. Lawrence “Larry” ‘82 and Mrs. Judith (Raposa) ‘82 Leach Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Levi Mr. and Mrs. David Lima Mr. and Mrs. Walter S. Lynch Mr. Barry and Mrs. Marilyn Lyons Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Lyons Mr. and Mrs. Gilles Martin Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Masterson

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Mr. and Mrs. Daniel McAuliffe William J. Munch & Margaret Munch Mr. and Mrs. George O’Brien Ms. Gail L. Pennell Mr. and Mrs. David C. Peterson Stanley E. Piecuch, D.M.D. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Power Mr. and Mrs. John Purney, III Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ramage Dr. and Mrs. Mark L. Randall Dr. and Mrs. William Redding Mr. and Mrs. Winthrop Redmond Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Sepe Mr. Thomas Sermini Mr. Michael Solimando Joseph and Catheryn Spreeman Bob and Jill St. Jean Mr. and Mrs. Oliver St. Lawrence Ms. Joanne M. Trim Mr. and Mrs. Vincent M. Walsh Ms. Kim Watkins Mr. and Mrs. Richard Werner Mr. R. Kent Whitman and Mrs. Shirley ‘01, ‘04, ‘07 # English-Whitman Mrs. Mary Karen V. Wirein ‘96, ‘08 # Monadnock Society Mr. and Mrs. C. Martin Abbott Mr. and Mrs. Scott Adams Mr. and Mrs. John H. Angley, II Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Baldino Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Barker, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Steven J. Barrasso Mr. and Ms. William D. Bates Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Battey Mr. and Mrs. Henry Becker Mr. Roger Behrens and Ms. Barbara A. McQueen Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Belford Mr. and Mrs. Walter F. Bentson Mr. and Mrs. James Bergeron Mr. Keith R. Bishop Mr. Raymond G. Boller Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Bologna Mr. and Mrs. Luca Bonetti Mr. and Mrs. Milton J. Bordin Mr. and Mrs. George Bragan Mr. and Mrs. Leo Brodala Mr. and Mrs. Paul Burke Mr. and Mrs. John W. Butler Mr. and Mrs. Paul M. Cahill, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Calder

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Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Campbell Dr. and Mrs. Gary P. Cardiello Mr. and Mrs. Alan Carpenter Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Casaletto Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cellini Mr. and Mrs. Alexander E. Chapro Ms. Nancy Chaput Mr. and Mrs. Richard F. Chaves Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Christman Paul and Liz Cilley Mr. and Mrs. Albert Cipollina Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Clemente Mr. and Mrs. William Close Mr. and Mrs. George W. Coleman Mr. and Mrs. Robert Collins Mr. and Mrs. Greg Condon Mr. and Mrs. Robert Coutinho Mrs. Eileen Cummings Ms. Marsha Cyr Mr. Gethin Dalton Mr. and Mrs. John Davies Mr. and Mrs. Angelo A. Decrisantis Mr. and Mrs. Francis DelaVergne Mr. and Mrs. David J. Desilets Ms. Jane Dingle Mr. and Mrs. Robert Doldoorian Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Douglas Tim and Vicki Doyle Mr. and Mrs. Scott E. Enos Mr. and Mrs. Sabino Epiceno Mr. and Mrs. John Erickson Mr. and Mrs. Ronald J. Falite Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Farrell Mr. John L. Fede Mr. and Mrs. William Fischer Mr. and Mrs. Marc S. Fournier Mr. and Mrs. David P. Fournier Mr. Michael Franklin Mr. and Mrs. Edmond Gagne Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Gamer, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Garcia Ms. Lynn Gelinas Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Gibbons Drs. Jonathan and Lisa Gill Ms. Eileen Goldblatt Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Goodman Ms. Sharon Y. Goodwin Mr. and Mrs. David D. Graf Mrs. Ann Grenier Mr. Timothy Grover Mr. and Mrs. Michael E. Grywalski Gullage Family

Mr. and Mrs. John Haffty John and Sandra Haines Mr. and Mrs. Richard F. Haskell Mr. and Mrs. John Heenan Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred A. Helie Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Hicks Bushie, Judy and Denise Hill Mr. and Mrs. Eric Hill Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hofsaes Mr. and Mrs. David Ivie Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Jacobs Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jaksina Mrs. Deborah Jameson Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert E. Jameson, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. John Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Jim Joseph Mr. and Mrs. Ronald B. Kleinman Mr. and Mrs. Andrew F. Krall Mr. and Mrs. Emile J. LaFleur Mr. and Mrs. Stewart A. Lander Dr. Richard J. LaRue Mr. John W. Bonell and Mrs. Nancy LaRue Bonell Ms. Therese M. Lilly Mr. and Mrs. William Long Mr. and Mrs. Michael Lordan Mr. and Mrs. Martin J. Loughlin Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Luginsland Mr. and Mrs. David Lussier Mr. and Mrs. Salvatore Luzzi Ms. Camille Macomber Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mancuso Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Martin Mr. and Mrs. John Martin Mr. and Mrs. Darin Mather Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Matthews Rosie and Leo McGowan Mr. and Mrs. Roderic McLaren Mr. Paul L. Melancon Mr. and Mrs. Stephen C. Merrifield Mr. and Mrs. William R. Miller Ms. Yvette R. Minnifield Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence P. Moirano, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Molinari Mr. and Mrs. Michael Moloney Ms. Karolee H. Moore Mr. and Mrs. Daniel J. Newman Ms. Judith M. Nichols Mr. and Mrs. Keith B. Olsen Mr. and Mrs. David Othot Mr. and Mrs. John Palmer Mr. and Mrs. Steven Palmer

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Mr. and Mrs. Reynold Paradis Mr. and Mrs. H. William Parthum Mr. and Mrs. Mukesh Patel Ms. Rebecca D. Perkins Mr. Richard Pierce Mr. and Mrs. Daniel G. Reiss Mr. and Mrs. Don Riggin Mr. Marc A. Ristow Mr. Arthur* and Mrs. Felicia Robinson Mr. and Mrs. David J. Robitaille Reggie & Chris Rodgerson Ms. Valery Rogers-White Dr. and Mrs. Ronald N. Rosen Mr. and Mrs. John T. Rossello Mr. and Mrs. Jeffery Rowe Daniel & Deborah Roy Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Russell Joseph and Laurine Ruth Mr. and Mrs. Peter Saloom Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Sasso Mrs. Debra J. Savastano John and Rose Schmidt Mr. and Mrs. Howard R. Schwartz Mr. and Mrs. Edward M. Seelig Ms. Janice M. Segall Mr. and Mrs. Ron Shepherd Mr. and Mrs. James E. Sheridan Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Slocum and family Mrs. Diana Smith Dr. and Mrs. Brian D. Smullen Mr. and Mrs. Karl R. Sommers Mr. and Mrs. Philip E. St. Cyr Mr. and Mrs. Charles N. Stamets Ms. Renée Taveniere Mr. Mark Tigan Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Tivnan Mr. and Mrs. James S. Tomaszewski Mr. and Mrs. Gary Tormollan Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Vanasse Mr. and Mrs. James W. Waldeck Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Walsh Prof. Frederick Walsh* and Mrs. Browyn Asplund Mr. Keith Ward Mr. and Mrs. David Weaver Mr. and Mrs. Bruce M. Weiner Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey White Mr. Richard Wiemer Mr. and Mrs. Mark Wilchinsky Dr. Bogusia Wojciechowska Mr. and Mrs. Peter Wunsch Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wyche Mr. Frank Yuen and Ms. Cindy Cunningham Granite Society Ms. Gay Alexander Mr. and Mrs. Bradford Alheim Ms. Carol Allard Mr. and Mrs. Stephen M. Altieri, Jr. Mr. Percival F. Ames Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Arell Mr. Robert Aro Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Ashley Mr. and Mrs. Neil Atkinson Mr. and Mrs. George Aubin Ms. Carol Axtell Mr. and Mrs. David R. Bailey Mr. and Mrs. James A. Bailey, Sr.

Mr. and Mrs. Douglas H. Baker Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Barbuzzi Ms. Barbara G. Barrett and Dr. Ellen E. Thrower Mr. David Barrett Ms. Priscilla Barrett Mr. and Mrs. John F. Bartek Mr. and Mrs. Edward Basile Mr. and Mrs. Steven A. Bauch Mr. Daniel Beaudoin Mr. and Mrs. Garry Beaver Mr. and Mrs. George Beckford Mr. and Mrs. Robert Benn Mr. and Mrs. Bruce E. Berger Mr. Roger P. Bergeron Mr. and Mrs. Craig S. Bernosky Mr. and Mrs. Randall Berry Mr. and Mrs. Mark J. Berube Mr. and Ms. Gregory N. Bidwell Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Bills Mr. and Mrs. Frank H. Bishop, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Bobola Mr. and Mrs. Daniel R. Bolduc Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Botelho Mr. Donald Bradley Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Bradley Rich and Joyce Bradley Mr. and Mrs. Mark Brandon Mr. and Mrs. Richard Breese, Jr. Dr. and Mrs. Carl T. Brezovec Karen and Michael Brigante Mr. Bruce Bronner and Mrs. Patricia Sorento Mr. and Mrs. Patrick W. Brosnan Ms. Karen Brown ‘05 # Mr. and Mrs. James Brown Mr. and Mrs. Robert Browne Mr. Charles Bucklin Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Bulcao Mr. and Esq. Daniel F. Burns Richard and Helen Burns Mr. and Mrs. David Burrill Ms. Diane Bushwick Mr. and Mrs. Harlan W. Butt Mr. Timothy and Mrs. Eleanor “Ellie” (Raposa) ‘79 Byrne Mr. and Mrs. Callahan Mr. and Mrs. Christopher M. Callahan Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Callery Mr. and Mrs. Sean Campbell Mr. and Mrs. Peter Caputo Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Carbone Rev. and Mrs. Walter D. Carlson Mr. and Mrs. Robert Carreau Mr. and Mrs. William X. Carroll Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Casavant Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Cataldo Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Catan Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cehowski Ms. Sharon Cerny Mr. and Mrs. John Cetera Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Charest Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Charland Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Chighisola Mr. Ronald C. Cibotti Mr. and Ms. John J. Clark Mr. Michael Clark and Mrs. Venera Emmi Mr. Donn Clifford Mr. and Mrs. John Coffey

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Collins Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Connell Mr. and Mrs. Michael Connelly Mr. and Mrs. William R. Connors Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Considine Mr. and Mrs. Michael Cornele Mr. and Mrs. David Correia Mr. and Mrs. Michael Costin Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cotnoir Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Cotton Mr. and Mrs. Dana Covey Ms. Yerlie Cowan Mr. and Mrs. John Cremens John and Marilyn Cromwell Mr. and Mrs. Gwynn Crowther Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cruickshank Mr. and Mrs. James Cuddy Mr. and Mrs. Craig Cunningham Mr. John Curtin and Ms. Jory Lockwood Mr. and Mrs. Richard I. Curtis Mr. and Mrs. Allan W. Davidson Mr. and Mrs. Keith Dawson Mr. and Mrs. Richard Deabay Mr. and Mrs. Brian Decker Mr. and Mrs. William Decker Mr. and Mrs. Michael DeFelice Mr. and Mrs. Richard DeFronzo Mr. and Mrs. Lucien Deschenes Mr. and Mrs. Frank Devine Robert and Lynne Dinon Mr. and Mrs. Timothy D’Olympio Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Donahue Doyle Family Mr. and Mrs. Peter A. Dreyfuss Mr. and Mrs. Lee Dunham Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dunn Mr. and Mrs. Howard E. Dunsing, III Mr. and Mrs. Denis Dupuis Mr. and Mrs. Don Edson David and Lisa Ellis Mr. and Mrs. Jean-Baptiste G. Errie Mr. and Mrs. Alberto Escobar Mr. and Mrs. John Esposito, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Rick Evans Mr. and Mrs. James Farquhar Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Farrell Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Faucher Mr. and Mrs. Michael S. Fawcett Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas H. Felix Mr. and Mrs. John Fenstermaker Mr. and Mrs. Gary Ferland Mr. and Mrs. Carl D. Ferris Mr. and Mrs. Geoffrey Filker Ms. Ilona Fino Mr. and Mrs. Michael Flanders Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Flanigan Mr. and Mrs. Brian J. Foley Ms. Susan Fontana Mr. and Mrs. James H. Forrest Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Fortin Mr. and Mrs. Philip Forzaglia Bob & Trudy Fraser Mr. and Mrs. Peter Friedman Mr. Robert G. Furlong* Mrs. Jean Furlong Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Gaddy, Jr. Mr. Patrick Galligan Ms. Noemi Garcia Ms. Theresa A. Garcia

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Mr. and Mrs. Lee Gardella Mr. and Mrs. Timothy A. Gardiner Mr. and Mrs. John Gasparrini Mr. Scott M. Gelinas Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Gerety, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. James Germain Mr. and Mrs. Bradford W. Gilbreth Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Gillen Mr. and Mrs. Jay Gledhill Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Glowacky Mr. and Mrs. Steven B. Goodell Randi and Andy Gordon Mr. and Mrs. Paul R. Gorman Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Gorman Mr. and Mrs. John R. Gosselin Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Goudreau Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Goulet Mr. and Mrs. Timothy J. Goulet Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Graham Mr. and Mrs. Brad Graham Mr. and Mrs. Dale T. Grant Bill and Cathy Grant Ms. Gail L. Granum Mr. and Mrs. Dwayne R. Gray Mr. and Mrs. Robert Greggerson Mr. and Mrs. Michael Griffin Mr. and Mrs. Robert Groundwater Mr. and Mrs. Felix J. Guiffra, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hagan Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Hagerty Chris X. Haines, D.D.S. Ms. Karen S. Haines Mr. and Mrs. Abdol H. Hajjar Mrs. and Mrs. John J. Halloran, III Mr. and Mrs. Stephen P. Hanchuruck Mr. Gary Harper Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Harpin Mr. and Mrs. Geoff Hart Mr. and Mrs. James Henry Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Henry Mr. and Mrs. Charles Herrick Mr. and Mrs. George Higgins Ms. Leslie M. Hill Mr. and Mrs. Scott Hoffman Mr. Fred Homer and Mrs. Deborah Feiner Mrs. Joyce C. Horan Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Horan Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Horwitz Houseal Family Mr. and Mrs. John L. Howard Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Hudson Mr. William Irish Mr. and Mrs. David F. Irving Mr. and Mrs. Roy Isaacson Mr. and Mrs. Stephen M. Jacobs Mr. and Mrs. Lee C. Jacobson Mr. and Mrs. John W. Janicki Mr. and Mrs. Michael Jasinski Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Johnson Mr. and Mrs. David G. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Johnson Mr. Glenn Johnson John and Elissa Jones Mr. and Mrs. Alan A. Jones Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Jurkowski Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Juszczyk Mr. and Mrs. Timothy A. Kaiser Dr. Marcy M. Kawasaki, D.D.S.

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Mr. Jeremy D. Kellett ‘00, ‘02 # Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kelly Ms. Donnamarie Kelly Pignone Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Kierstead Judy & Pat Stahl Mr. Robert Kimball Mr. and Mrs. Larry Kimball Mr. and Mrs. John Kingsbury Mr. and Mrs. Ian Kislingbury Don and Deb Knaus Mr. and Mrs. Rick Kohlmorgen Dr. and Mrs. Walter A. Kostich Ms. Antonia Krell Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Krolikowski Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kurkoski Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Kus, Jr. Mr. Andre Lacombe Mr. and Mrs. Louis LaCroix Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lagace Mr. and Mrs. Trevor Lake Stuart & Rosemary Lanz Mr. and Mrs. Leslie A. Lapointe Mr. and Mrs. Guy LaPointe Mr. and Mrs. Stuart P. Lasalle Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Lawrence Mr. and Mrs. Michael H. LeBlanc Mr. and Mrs. Kevin J. Lecy Ms. Melissa A. Leffler Ms. Linda Lehmann Glenn and Linda Levante Ms. Judi Levesque Mr. and Mrs. Daniel P. Lewis Mr. and Mrs. Brad Lodge Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lodge Mr. and Mrs. Steven Logan Mr. and Mrs. John Lopes Ms. Winifred Lothian Mr. and Mrs. Kevin B. Loveland Ms. Diane Ludvigsen Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. MacDougall Mr. and Mrs. John Mace Mr. and Mrs. Donald MacGee Mr. and Mrs. David Mack Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Mainville Mr. and Mrs. Edward P. Malley Ms. Lisa Mansfield-Singelais Mr. and Mrs. John R. Marchese Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Marini, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. David W. Marker Ms. Susan (Holden) ‘00, ‘08 # and Mr. James Martin Mr. and Mrs. Frank Martino Ms. Donna Mason Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Matarese Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mattavi Mr. and Mrs. Michael Matthews Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth A. Mawhinney Mrs. Christine Mayo Mr. Thomas G. Mayo and Dr. Sally L. Mayo Mr. and Mrs. Gerald P. McAleavey Mr. and Mrs. Barry W. McAndrew Mr. Timothy McCarron and Mrs. Kathleen Finn Ms. Denise McCarthy Kevin and Audry McCormack Ms. Vina McDermott Mr. Peter McDonough Mr. and Mrs. Gerard McDonough

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph McDonough Mr. and Mrs. Kevin P. McGowan Mr. Louis ‘75 and Mrs. Donna (Forman) ‘76 McKinley Mr. and Mrs. Hugh McNeil Mr. and Mrs. Steven Merhib Mr. and Mrs. Albert Merkt Mr. Michael Michaud Keith and Debra Miller Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Miller Mr. and Mrs. William D. Millett Mr. William H. Schilling and Mrs. Donnalee Minott Schilling Mr. Benjamin Moore Mr. and Mrs. John T. Morgan Mr. and Mrs. Michael E. Morris Ms. Paula J. Morris Mr. Timothy Morrissey Mr. and Mrs. Stephens M. Mundy Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Mura Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Murray John & Rita Navilliat Mr. Ronald G. Nawrocki Mr. and Mrs. Lars J. Nilsson Mr. and Mrs. Joseph D. Noblit Mrs. Nancy (Coles) ‘82 and Mr. Raymond Nye Ms. Ellen O’Brien Mr. and Mrs. James O’Donnell Mr. and Mrs. Randall V. Oftedahl Mr. and Mrs. Thomas O’Leary Ms. Mary Oliverson Mr. and Mrs. James T. Olson Ms. Barbara Olson Deschenes The Omasta Family Mr. and Mrs. Michael E. O’Shea Mr. and Mrs. Patrick O’Toole Mr. and Mrs. James Otteman Mr. Timothy Pacheco, III Mr. and Mrs. Michael E. Panella Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Panza Mr. Michael Papageorgiou Mr. and Mrs. David Paquin Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Paris Mr. and Mrs. Eliott Peck Mr. and Mrs. Todd Peden Ms. Joanne Peluso Mr. and Mrs. Gary Penebre Ms. Vanessa Perry Mr. and Mrs. Wayne A. Pettibone Ms. Lisa Pierce Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Pietraszuk Ms. Mary E. Pimental Mr. and Mrs. Joseph B. Pisarra Joyce & Gary Plaskiewicz Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Platania Ms. Lucinda Pond Mr. and Mrs. William Henry Pool Mr. and Mrs. Kevin W. Porter Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Pothier Ms. Judith Powell Mr. and Mrs. Gerald J. Power Mr. and Mrs. James A. Purcell John and Cora Pustaver Mr. and Mrs. Carl B. Quance Mr. and Mrs. David M. Raczka Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Raftery Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Rainville Mr. and Mrs. John T. Rankin

Mr. and Mrs. Franklin D. Raposa Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Rathier Ms. Darlene Ray Ms. Kathleen A. Rea Mr. and Mrs. Stuart H. Reese Mr. and Mrs. Michael S. Relyea Mr. and Mrs. Gerald D. Renczkowski Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Rhodus Mr. and Mrs. Brian Richards Mr. and Mrs. Steven D. Richtel Mr. and Mrs. Gordon N. Ricketts Mr. and Mrs. John O. Robinson, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent J. Romano Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rooney Joseph and Valerie Rosa Holly Rose’s Family Mr. and Mrs. Jack F. Rose Mr. and Mrs. David Roth Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Roux Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ruth Mr. and Mrs. J. Michael Ruttle Mrs. Patricia Ryan Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Saari Mr. and Mrs. Michael R. Sackett Claudia J. Nicholson and Michael Salzberg Mr. Kirt D. ‘84 and Mrs. Nancy Sampson Mr. and Mrs. Leon P. Samuelian Ms. Donna Sankey Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Santoro Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. Sartorelli Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Seckler Ms. Margaret E. Shannon Ms. Sheila Shapiro Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Shea Ms. Sarah Shea-Smith Ms. Dana Shelley Mr. and Mrs. Donald Sherman Mr. and Mrs. Timothy F. Shortt Mr. and Mrs. Timothy C. Silva Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Simone Mr. Eliakim Simpson Mr. and Mrs. Tim Sinnhuber Mr. and Mrs. Flavio Smilovich Mrs. Carol Smith Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Sobel Ms. Anitra Sorensen Mr. and Mrs. Robert Squire Mr. and Mrs. Eugene St. Pierre Mr. and Mrs. David A. Stafford Dwight and Cynthia Stilphen Mr. and Mrs. Peter H. Stolzar Mr. Thomas and Mrs. Marion (Pilling) Stone ‘05 # Ms. Karen Stribula Dr. and Mrs. Richard A. Stuckey Mr. J. Gregory and Mrs. Carmen (Torrente) ‘84 Sullivan Mr. Paul Sullivan Mr. and Mrs. Brian C. Sultzbach Mr. and Mrs. John R. Surgen Mr. John B. Swanton Ms. Kim Sweeney Mr. and Mrs. Walter Szulga Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Tambeau Mr. and Mrs. Edward Taylor Mr. and Mrs. Robert Therrien, Jr. Ms. Donna M. Thistle Patricia and Charles G.M. Thomas III

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Ms. Sherry Thompson Mr. Stephen Thompson Mr. and Mrs. James Thorpe Mr. and Mrs. William P. Tirpaeck Linda and Don Tishler Dr. and Mrs. David Toll, M.D. Ms. Jodi Tracy Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Treat Mrs. Emily Tumbleson Mr. Robert L. Tumbleson* Ms. Cathy Underwood ‘01, ‘10 # Mr. Thomas ‘80 and Mrs. Jayne (Zatz) ‘81 Vanderbilt Mr. and Mrs. David D. VanNess Mr. and Mrs. George Varoudakis Mr. and Mrs. Mark Vaughan Mr. and Mrs. Klaus J. Wagner Mr. and Mrs. Mike Walker Mr. and Mrs. Mark D. Walsh Mr. and Mr. Herbert R. Walters Ms. Eloise O. Ward Mr. and Mrs. David Waxman Mr. and Mrs. William E. Weber Mr. Stephen ‘67 and Mrs. Patricia Weiner Mr. and Mrs. Dusko Weljkovic Ms. Jennie B. West Richard and Delia Wheatley Mr. and Mrs. Donald Whelley Mr. Russell and Mrs. Deloris (Short) ‘90 White Mr. David White Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Wiedl, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Howard M. Wiener Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Willis Mr. and Mrs. Gary D. Wilson Richard and Debra Wood

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Mr. Wayne Woodard, Sr. Ms. Lindsey A. Wright Mrs. Caroline W. Wyss-Edlund Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Xenakis Ms. Ara L. Yardum Richard Yoshikawa, D.D.S. Ms. Patricia Young Contributor Mr. and Mrs. Peter Aalto Mr. and Mrs. Brian Abernethy Mr. Charles Acebo Mr. and Mrs. Brian Adams Mr. and Mrs. Dave Affonso Mr. and Mrs. Leon Ahronian Mr. and Mrs. Carroll C. Allen Ms. Dianne A. Amme Mr. and Mrs. Karl Anderson Ms. Leslie R. Anderson Mr. and Mrs. Robert V. Andreoli Ms. MarySue Andreozzi Ms. Lynda M. Andres Mr. and Mrs. Brian Arnold Ms. Kimberly Aro Mr. and Mrs. Warren Ashkin Ms. Joanne Augustine Ms. Heather A. Ault ‘90 and Mr. Gregory Durant Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Austin Mr. and Mrs. Aldo Bagiotti Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Bagley Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Baillargeon Mr. and Mrs. Kris Bainton Mr. and Mrs. Donald D. Ball Mr. and Mrs. Christian W. Ballantyne Ms. Helaine Balsam

Mr. and Mrs. Antonio Barbato Mr. and Mrs. Brent Barker Ms. Margaret Barnhard Ms. Marion Barry Mr. Kevin Bartini Mr. Abraham Bastiaanse Mr. and Mrs. James R. Beach Mr. and Mrs. James Beagan Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bell Ms. Charlene Bellott Mr. and Mrs. John Bencivengo, Jr. Dr. and Dr. Bruce Bender, Ph.D. Mr. and Mrs. Darren Berrouard Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bettano Mr. and Mrs. Richard P. Bevilacqua Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Bibby Mr. and Mrs. James Bilancieri Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Bilodeau Mr. and Ms. Zahid Bjelic Mr. and Mrs. Dana F. Blais Mr. and Mrs. Scott Blanchard Mr. Thomas Blanchard Ms. Mary Blinkhorn Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Bogen Mr. and Mrs. John R. Boland Mr. J. Boyd* and Mrs. Kathryn Bollinger Mr. Thomas H. Bomberg, Jr. ‘88 and Mrs. Lyn Bomberg Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Bonesteel Mr. and Mrs. David A. Boudreau Mr. and Mrs. Henry Boulanger Mrs. Gina Boulay Mr. and Mrs. Michael Boutiette Mr. and Mrs. William Bradder Mr. and Mrs. Allan R. Bradley Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Bradley Mr. and Mrs. Kirk Bransfield Mr. and Mrs. Curt Braverman Ms. Carlene Breen Mr. and Mrs. Victor J. Brewer Mr. and Mrs. Timothy J. Budd Mr. Gene Burbee Ms. Linda Burke Ms. Janet Burnet Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Butler Ms. Hannah Butler Mrs. Gloria C. Caballer-Arce Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cahoone Mrs. AnneMarie Caissie Ms. Patricia A. Campo-Leblanc Mr. Raymond J. Cannon and Dr. Joan Cannon Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Carelli Mr. and Mrs. David L. Carlson Mr. and Mrs. Victor Carmen Mr. and Mrs. Charles Carmichael Mr. and Mrs. John Carney Mr. and Mrs. Keith Caron Mr. and Mrs. David W. Carter Mr. Patrick Carter Nelson and Sylvia Caruso Mr. Glenn C. Catania, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Mark G. Catinella Cavanaugh Family Mr. and Mrs. Donald C. Chambers, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John W. Champagne Mr. and Mrs. Paul Champigny Ms. Carol Chancey Mr. and Mrs. Peter Charron, Sr.

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Mr. and Mrs. James Chartrand Mr. and Mrs. Yong Y. Choi Mr. and Mrs. Mark Christian Ms. Sheilah Cibotti Ms. Patricia Cipollini Mr. and Mrs. Dane Clark Mr. Jeffery Clark Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Clark Mr. Kevin L. Clay Ms. Karen Clemens Mr. H. Joseph Cloherty and Ms. Anita L. Jones Mr. and Mrs. James Colburn Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Cole Ms. Sheila Connolly Mr. and Mrs. Eric Contrascier Ms. Annette Cooper Mr. Jerald E. Copp, Jr. Tim and Linda Corkery Mr. Gordon Cornell and Mrs. Crystal Soule-Cornell Mr. Robert A. Costa Ms. Rosemarie Cota Mr. and Mrs. Roger A. Coulombe Ms. Mary Lou Countryman Mr. and Mrs. Dean Coutsouridis Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Covel, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Covell Ms. Janice Covelli Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Cowhig Ms. Suthilak Coyle Stephen and Lori Cummings Mrs. Ellen Cunningham Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Cura Otto and Deborah Curran Mr. and Mrs. Paul D. Curtis Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Curtis Mr. and Mrs. James Cutter Mr. and Ms. Russell Daday Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Dagley Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dahlman Dominic and Jean D’Alessio Mr. and Mrs. Jason Dana Mr. and Mrs. Mark Davies Mr. and Mrs. Doncarlos Davis Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Davis Richard and Margaret Davis Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Davydov Mr. Walter E. Deane Mr. and Mrs. Richard DeLauri Mr. and Mrs. Philip R. Dell Mr. and Mrs. Alfonse DeMarino Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. DeOlympio Ms. Laura DePaoli Mr. and Mrs. Francisco DePina Mr. and Mrs. George DeQuattro Mr. and Mrs. Ronald DeSilva Ms. Viviana DeSimone Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Dilendick Mr. and Mrs. John Dinuovo Mr. and Mrs. Keith Dionne Mr. and Mrs. Edward DiTommaso Mr. and Mrs. Steven Dodrill Mr. Joseph R. Doktor Mr. and Mrs. John Dolan Mr. and Mrs. William T. Dolan Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Dolan Mr. and Mrs. Howie Doliber Mr. Terry ‘06 and Mrs. Prachaub Donald

Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Drake Mr. and Mrs. Paul M. Drennan Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Driggs Mr. and Mrs. John R. Duby Mr. and Mrs. George Dusaitis Mr. and Mrs. Mietek Duszny Mr. David P. Dwelly Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Dzengelewski Ms. Monica Edmunds Ms. Paula Edwards Ms. Lynn Ellis Ms. Floria Epifano Mr. Joseph Epifano Mr. and Mrs. William Eroh, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. John F. Farina Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas E. Farone Cynthia and John Farr Mr. and Mrs. Donald W. Faulkner Ms. Judith Fazio Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Fedorka Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Feeney Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Ferguson Mr. and Mrs. Jorge E. Figueroa Mr. and Mrs. Mark Fitchik Mr. Robert P. Fleckles and Mrs. Andrea Whitelaw Mr. George Flodin* Mr. and Mrs. William Flood Ms. Cheryl Flood Mr. and Ms. Christopher Flood Mr. and Mrs. Everett Flores Mr. and Mrs. Todd Follert Ms. Anita Forcier Mr. Ron Ford Mr. and Mrs. Robert Forest Mr. and Mrs. Maurice L. Fortier, Jr. Cynthia and Walter Foster Mr. and Mrs. James J. Frank Mr. James Furbush and Mrs. Lynn Kermode Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Gabriel Mr. and Mrs. Peter F. Gaj Mr. and Mrs. Joseph S. Gause Mr. and Mrs. James A. Gauvain, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Gehlmeyer Mr. and Mrs. Max Gerber The Giardina Family Mr. and Mrs. John Giarolo Mr. and Mrs. Brian Gibbons Ms. Miriam Giera Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Gilbert Mr. and Mrs. Scot Gilcris Mr. and Mrs. Gary Gillingham Ms. Jan Gingrich Mr. Fernando Giraldo and Mrs. Dora Pelaez Mr. and Mrs. Richard Girard Ms. Mary Gladstone Mr. Richard T. Glaude and Mrs. Marcy Corwin Mr. and Mrs. James J. Gloshinski Mr. and Mrs. Michael Gnieski Mr. and Mrs. Craig S. Goldsmith Mr. and Mrs. John R. Gombel Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Goncalves Ms. Deborah Gonzalez Ms. Jean M. Gorrie Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Gosselin Mrs. Maria Gott

Mr. and Mrs. Victor Goyer Mr. and Mrs. Paul Goyette Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Graf Mr. and Mrs. Albert E. Gray Ms. Laura Gray Pina Mr. and Mrs. Rich Green Ms. Donna Green Ms. Sally B. Green Mr. and Mrs. David Griffin Ms. Donna Griffith Mr. and Mrs. Stephen D. Grust Laurence and Sandra Guay Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey A. Guerin Mr. and Mrs. Michael F. Guica Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gynan Ms. Lisa G. Hadley Mr. and Mrs. William Haggerty Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hallisey Mr. Edward Hallisey Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Ham Mr. and Mrs. Leo Hamann Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hamel Mr. and Mrs. Bruce A. Hamilton Mr. and Mrs. Charles Handy Mr. and Mrs. Robert Haught Mr. and Mrs. James Hayden Mrs. Mary A. Hayes Mr. and Mrs. Merritt B. Heady Mr. and Mrs. Michael Hebert Ms. Marlene P. Henkel Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Hinman, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Hogan Mr. and Mrs. K. Dean Hook, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Shane Hopkins Mr. and Mrs. Michael L. Hosler Mr. and Mrs. William B. Howard Ms. Cathy Howland Mr. and Mrs. James L. Hughes Ms. Marjorie W. Huston Ms. Linda Huszar Mr. and Mrs. Mark Iannuccillo Mr. and Mrs. Rodrigo Ibarra Mr. and Mrs. Gary C. Jablonski Ms. Dale Jackson Mr. and Ms. Michael G. Jacobs Mr. and Mrs. Steven Jansen Ms. Carolyn Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Mike Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. David Johnstone Mr. and Mrs. Clark Josselyn Mr. and Mrs. John E. Kane Mr. and Mrs. Dana Karas Mr. and Mrs. William J. Kasper Ms. Jo Hannah Katz Mrs. Gwen Kealy Mr. and Mrs. Glenford Kedaroe Mr. and Ms. Don Keiser Mr. and Mrs. Skip Kelley Mr. and Mrs. William T. Kelly Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Kelmelis Mr. and Mrs. Howard Kendrick Ms. Susan J. Kenney Mr. David Kerns Ms. Carol A. Kerrigan Mr. Nicholas Kildahl Mr. and Mrs. Alan F. King Mr. Arnold A. Knights, Jr.

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Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Knudsen Mr. and Mrs. David Kolodziejczak Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Krausz Mr. and Mrs. H. Kurt Krull Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Kruse Mr. Richard Carnese and Mrs. Nancy Kurfurst-Bradt Annette and Rick Kurman Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kusz Mr. and Mrs. Larry LaBarge Mr. and Mrs. John Labate Mr. and Mrs. Andrew LaBelle Mr. and Mrs. Michael Lafleur Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Lamarche Mr. and Mrs. Peter W. Landerholm Steven and Dianna Lang Mr. and Mrs. Michael Langione Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Lanni Mr. and Mrs. John Lansdale Mr. Stephen Lapinsky Mr. and Mrs. Dale Larose Mr. and Mrs. Robin Lavertu Mr. and Mrs. Steven Lavigne Mr. and Mrs. Edward Leaman Michael and Susan Leblanc Ms. Andrea LeClair Mr. Richard Lefkowitz Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Lehman Mr. and Mrs. Gregory M. Leighton Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lennon, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Leopardi Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Lerud Mr. Stephen J. Levins Mr. and Mrs. Wolfgang Liskow Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Litt Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Loomis Mr. and Mrs. Gregory F. Loustaunau Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Love Mr. and Mrs. Mark Zahansky Mr. and Mrs. Steven J. Lundgren Mr. and Mrs. Dennis MacCormick Mr. John T. Macdonald Mrs. Anita L. MacNeil Mr. James H. ‘83 and Mrs. Kate Mahoney Mrs. Kathy Mahoney Ms. Sandra Malkin Mr. James Maloney and Mrs. Vanessa Irving Mr. and Mrs. James T. Maloughney Ms. Robyn L. Manchester Mr. and Mrs. Gerald T. Mancill, Jr. Mr. Joe Mancini and Mrs. Maria Rodriguez Mr. and Mrs. W. Thomas Manders Mr. Rymas Manomaitis and Mrs. Ruta Augius Mr. and Mrs. Dwight D. Marsh Mr. and Mrs. Leo Martel Mr. Stephen Masi Mrs. Sarah Mastromarino Mr. and Mrs. George Matula, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald M. May Ms. M.J. McCarthy Mr. and Mrs. Gary E. McCarthy Ms. Charlotte McCarthy Mr. Stephen McCoubry Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey W. McDunnah Mr. and Mrs. Christopher McEleney

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Ms. and Mrs. Timothy McGarry Ms. Lori W. McGinnes Mr. and Mrs. Terence McGlone Mr. and Mrs. Billy J. McKay Mr. and Mrs. Michael McKay Mr. and Mrs. Edward Medeiros Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Medeiros Mr. and Mrs. Victor Melanson Mr. and Mrs. Greg B. Melville Mr. and Mrs. Don Menswar Mr. and Mrs. Dave Mercier Mr. and Mrs. William Michaud Mr. and Mrs. Hans Michielen Mr. and Mrs. William Milan Mr. and Mrs. Clifford A. Miles Ms. Chonita Milla Ms. Tammy A. Moeller Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Monaghan Mr. and Mrs. Victor M. Moniz Mr. and Mrs. Mark Montagno Rick and Fran Moore Mrs. Laurie A. Moore Mr. and Mrs. Brian Moore Mrs. Carol A. Morgan Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Morgan Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Morrissey Ms. Robin A. Morton-Callahan Mr. and Mrs. Leroy A. Muise Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mullis Ms. Patty Munger Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Murdick, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Murphy Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Murray Mr. and Mrs. Edward T. Muscara Mr. and Mrs. Russell Myers Mr. Jay Nadeau Mr. and Mrs. Harry Nathan Mr. and Mrs. David Nathanson Ms. Judith A. Nicholas Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nicholson Mr. Alexander Nizhnikov and Mrs. Marianna Vinograda Mr. and Mrs. Michael Nobrega Ms. Debra Noel Ms. Jeanne Noonan Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Novak Mr. and Mrs. Steven Nowicki Mr. and Mrs. Conrad R. Nurge, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Karpis Oganyan Ms. Lorraine O’Hara Mr. and Mrs. John E. O’Keefe Ms. June O’Keefe Mr. and Mrs. Randy Olson Ms. Janice Olson Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Orr Mr. and Mrs. Almond A. Osgood The O’Shaughnessy Family Mr. and Mrs. Kim J. Ostreicher Mr. and Mrs. George Ouellette Mr. and Mrs. Ronald E. Painchaud Mr. Raymond Palmer Gary and Peg Pantzer Ms. Barbara Papageorgiou Ms. Sheila Parham Mr. Tim Parsons and Mrs. Anne P. Judson Mr. Ronald Patrick Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Patty Mr. and Mrs. John Payne

Mr. Neil P. Payson Deborah and Warren Pearson Mr. Paul Pearson Mr. and Mrs. Joe Peluso Mr. and Mrs. Victor H. Perez Mr. and Mrs. Robert Perretta Rosa and Giovanni Petriello John and Barbara Philbrook Wayne and Donna Philbrook Ms. Annette Picchione Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pierce Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey M. Pike Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Poissant Carlo and Marianna Porazzi Ms. Tammy Porter Mrs. Betsy C. Potter Mr. and Mrs. Mark A. Potter Mr. and Mrs. David Potter Robert* and Betsy Potter Mr. and Mrs. John R. Pouliot Mr. and Mrs. George W. Powers Mr. and Mrs. John Presutti Mr. and Mrs. John R. Prybella Mr. and Mrs. Alan A. Przybylski Ms. Mary M. Quaranta Ms. Dianne G. Quimby Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Quinn Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Quinn Mr. and Mrs. Ken Quinn Mr. Geoffrey Rantilla Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Delano Raposa, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Eric B. Remsen Mr. and Mrs. Guy Renaud Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Renda, Jr. Ms. Pamela A. Richardson Mr. and Mrs. Andres Rios Mr. Jose Rivas and Ms. Juliana Field Ms. Kellie Roberts Mr. and Mrs. William Roberts Mr. and Mrs. James D. Robinson Ms. Kathy Rodgers Ms. MaryAnn Rodman Mr. and Mrs. Cristobal Rodriguez Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Roman Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rooney Mr. and Mrs. Jose L. Rosa Mr. and Mrs. James Rotondo Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Rouleau Mr. and Mrs. Timothy J. Rowe Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Rowse Ms. Jeanne Rudzinski Ms. Judy Ruschioni Mr. Charles G. Russomanno Mr. and Mrs. John E. Ryan Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ryan Mr. Edward E. Ryan, III Ms. Penny Rydzynski Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Sabo Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Sabourin Mr. and Mrs. John D. Salb Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Sanchez Mr. and Mrs. Tony Santiago Mr. and Mrs. Orlando Santos Mr. and Mrs. Robert Scagliarini Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Schultz Mrs. Lynne A. Schultz-Aboulaoude Mr. Jefferson M. Scott Mr. and Mrs. John Scoville Ms. Laurie Seamans

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Mr. Leo Seletsky and Mrs. Jennifer Taylor Mr. and Mrs. John V. Shanley Mr. and Mrs. Robert Shannon Ms. Elisabeth Sharpe Ms. Catherine A. Shea Mr. and Mrs. Gary Shepard Mrs. Nancy Sherlock Mr. and Mrs. Howard H. Shin Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shiner Mr. Donald Shultis Mr. and Mrs. James Shultz Mr. and Mrs. Raymond G. Sideleau Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Simeone Mr. and Mrs. Robert K. Simon, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Simone Mr. and Mrs. Bret Simpson Ms. Leigh L. Simpson Miss Kimb Skinner Ms. Marina Smith Ms. Michele A. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Owen Smith Mrs. Chalam Smith Mr. and Mrs. David Smith Mr. and Mrs. James Smith John and Paula Smith Mr. and Mrs. George E. Sousa Mr. and Mrs. Brian Souza Ms. Lisa A. Souza Mr. and Mrs. Paul Spatola Jonathan and Silvia Spence Mr. and Mrs. Russell Spinney Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. St. Lawrence Mrs. Dawn Stahl Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Stearns Mr. Jeff Steinberger Mrs. Patricia Stewart Mr. and Mrs. Scott Stipetic Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stone, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew P. Strayer Ms. Lynda Stubbolo Mr. and Mrs. Douglas P. Suess Ms. Maureen Sullivan Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Sullivan Mr. and Mrs. Michael L. Sutyla Mr. and Mrs. William P. Sweeney Ms. Deborah Sweeny Mr. and Mrs. John Sweet Mr. and Mrs. John Sykes Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Szabo Mr. and Mrs. Paul Szymanski Mr. and Mrs. Michael Talman Ms. Diane Tanel Mr. and Mrs. Brad Tatreau Mr. and Mrs. Richard Tavares Mr. and Mrs. Peter W. Taylor Mr. Michael Tersoff and Mrs. Mary Finch Mr. and Mrs. David Therrien Mrs. Fran Thibault Mr. and Mrs. William Todd Mr. and Mrs. Edward Toelken Mr. and Mrs. David Tomasetti Mr. and Mrs. Scott Towne Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Trant Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Troccoli Mr. Frederick Trusten and Ms. Joanne Fisher Mr. and Mrs. David Tryon Ms. Martha Tuttle Mr. Harold D. Tuttle

Mr. and Mrs. Brian Vachon Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. Valente Ms. Marcy Van Laan Mr. and Mrs. Craig VanDussen Mr. and Mrs. Robert Varanka Mr. and Mrs. George Vassill Mr. and Mrs. Noel P. Veilleux Mr. and Mrs. Olf Veldhuis Mr. Marty Veroneau and Mrs. Deborah Bonnette Mr. and Mrs. Kevin W. Wade Mr. and Mrs. Scott Wakeham Mr. and Mrs. Leonard R. Walker, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. John J. Walsh Mr. and Mrs. John Walsh Mr. and Mrs. Karl Walter Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Wardwell Dr. and Mrs. Donald E. Watenpaugh Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Watts Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Weaver Mr. and Mrs. Michael Weeden Mr. and Mrs. Frank Weeks Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Weir Mr. Bruce A. Welch Mr. and Mrs. Earl R. Weldon Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Westdal III Mr. and Mrs. Richard Weygand

Ms. Barbara Wheaton Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Whitcomb Mr. and Mrs. Bruce A. Whitcomb Mr. and Mrs. Christopher White Mr. and Mrs. Kevin White Ms. Karen Whitney Mr. and Mrs. Andrew J. Wigginton Ms. Susan Wilbur Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Wile Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Williams Mr. and Mrs. David C. Williams Mr. and Mrs. Brian J. Williams Ms. Nancy E. Williams Toni and Dick Wilson Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Wolcott Mr. Anthony “Tony” ‘84 and Mrs. Nancy Wolski Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Woodring Ms. Charmaine Wright Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wyman Ms. Laureen A. Zajaczkowski Mr. and Mrs. Richard Zampa Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Ziegler, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Zimmerman Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Zizza Mr. and Mrs. Valentine Zlydak Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Zoglio

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President’s Council Benefactors State of New Hampshire Unique Endowment State of New Hampshire Postsecondary Education Commission New Hampshire College and University Council Rindge Faculty Federation President’s Council Founder Anonymous Hampshire Society Class of 1999 Monadnock Society RIFF Contributor Anonymous

Chubb Life I nsurance Company James Fitzsimmons ‘87 Citizens Charitable Foundation Elizabeth Cannon ‘00 Connecticare, Inc. Lynn Gelinas Cooper Surgical Paul Johnson Deluxe Corporation Foundation John and Linda Mims Dun & Bradstreet Philip Curry ‘71 Eaton Vance Corporation John Casamassima ‘02 ExxonMobil Foundation Mark P. Andreotta Fidelity Foundation James Morin ‘91 Amy (Fales) Walsh ‘90 Fluent, Inc. Susan Skewes ‘05 FPL Group Foundation, Inc. Thomas Glowacky

Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies, Inc. Oliver St. Lawrence Kanebridge Corporation Marlene Jaffie ‘72 Lincoln Financial Foundation Helaine (Rosenberg) Kanegsberg ‘87 Lincoln Financial Group Foundation Ginger Fraser ‘92 Liz Claiborne Foundation Thomas Farber and Dana Buchman Lockheed Martin Jonathan Burke ‘73 Mascoma Savings Bank Kenneth Wells ‘08 Mass Mutual Financial Group Stephen C. Merrifield McCormick & Company, Inc. Dennis Cooper McKesson Foundation, Inc. Gene Davidson ‘86 Merck Partnership for Giving James Loderstedt ‘77

GE Foundation Joseph Dill ‘92 Fritz Szabo General Dynamics Information Technology Tracy (Langlois) Rader ‘97 General Mills Foundation Ami (Miesner) Anderson ‘89 The Hartford CarolAnn (Pietrocola) Copeland ‘83 IBM International Foundation Gary Baker ‘69 Judd Riedinger ‘71 J.P. Morgan Chase Foundation Mandi (Kmiec) Cerrone ‘98 John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Gregory Doody ‘92 Henry McDermott ‘99

Meredith Corporation Foundation James Farquhar MetLife Foundation Catherine (Wendel) Bixler ‘74 Microsoft Corporation Douglas D’Angelo ‘85 Motorola Foundation James M. Aufiero National Grange Mutual Charitable Foundation Claudette (Mecure) Tellier ‘86 Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company Harry Meyer ‘68 New York Life Timothy “TG” Nawn ‘86 NSTAR Foundation Robert Coutinho One Beacon Insurance Roger D. Ervin

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Abbott Laboratories Employee Giving Sarah (Rice) Drawec ‘96 ABN-AMRO John DePledge ‘82 Accenture Foundation, Inc. Peter H. Fuchs Allegro Microsystems, Inc. Kathleen Preve ‘82 American International Group, Inc. Kathy Ouellette ‘97 Ameriprise Financial Matching Gift Program Eric M. Ellis ‘06 Daniel C. Jenkins ‘07 AON Michael Bushman ‘88 AT & T Henry Ellis ‘69 Babson Capital Management, LLC Mark J. Berube Bank of America James P. Fallon Judith Haines-Carter ‘88 Bellsouth Corporation Henry Ellis ‘69 Benjamin Moore & Co. James Megin ‘82 Boeing Gift Matching Program Marlin and Melinda Fitzwater Bridgestone/Firestone Trust Fund Kurt Puckhaber ‘79* Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation Therese Ledwith Fay ‘82 Gail Noble ‘97

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Osram Sylvania, Inc. Cheryl (Hilchey) Blackwood ‘94, ‘02 # Pequot Capital Management, Inc. Cynthia (Young) Stango ‘98 Pfizer Foundation Matching Gifts Program Monroe Brand ‘87 Paul Read ‘94 Philip Morris USA Matching Gifts Program Leanne Jacques ‘86 Polaroid Fund John K. Gantz Raytheon Company Denise Barilone ‘05 Arthur Hembrough ‘05 Benjamin Spencer ‘89 Jean Zaremba ‘86 Red River Computer Company Susan Edwards ‘04 # Stanadyne Corporation Stuart Lanz State Farm Companies Gregory Lyons State Street Corporation William Carpenter ‘90 State Street Matching Gift Program William Carpenter ‘90 Sun Microsystems, Inc. Joseph Henry Textron Matching Gift Program William Machemer ‘92 Travelers Foundation Community Action Awards Carl and Lisa Vazquez Tyco Matching Gifts Program Ulysses Shields ‘02 # United Technologies Robert R. Charland Christopher DeGeorge ‘04 Gary Plaskiewicz William F. Schneider David Waxman The UPS Foundation Lawrence Leach ‘82 Joseph Wzorek ‘70 UST, Inc. David Schutzman ‘83 V3 Technology Group, Inc. Salvatore SanFilippo ‘84 Verizon Foundation John P. Deignan Robert P. Gerety John Greeley ‘93 Louis Maselli ‘82 Wachovia Foundation Gregory Doody ‘92 Waters Corporation Sandra Merrill ‘92

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Ann Alexander Applebee’s Neighborhood Bar & Grille Atlas Advanced Pyrotechnics Ava Marie Handmade Chocolates Aylmer’s Grille Bagel Works Baudelaire Bay State Envelope Kelly Bellimer ‘06 # Michael J. Bell Best Western Sovereign Hotel Black Brimmer Bar and Grill Robin Blair Sharon Bonaventure Luca Bonetti Boston Bruins Boston Celtics Ahmad Boura ‘02 # The Brandon Inn Joan J. Brewster Davina Brown Suzanne Buckley Ryan R. Caouette ‘10 Capitol Center For The Arts Nathan Cervo Chili’s Clear Channel James Clouse ‘81 Robert Coburn ‘84 The Colonial Theater Comfort Inn Conway Office Products, Inc. Kelli Ann Costa William Costa ‘05# Creative Marketing Concepts Crotched Mountain Ski and Ride Currier’s House The Depot Theatre Dick’s Sporting Goods Robert E. Diercks William E. Donahue Doubletree Guest Suites Boston Dragon Palace Restaurant Dublin General Store Bryan A. Duplissie ‘06 Eastern Mountain Sports Elm City Brewing Company, LTD Enterprise Fleet Services Enterprise Rent A Car Enterprise Rent-A-Car Company of Boston, Inc. Joan Epro William E. Eroh Efiong Etuk Carleen (Albonizio) Farrell ‘71 Fenton Family Dealerships Fishtales William B. Flynn Laurance J. Foley Follett Book Store James J.F. Forest Dana Forsman

Four Points By Sheraton FPU Agape Christian Club FPU Anime Club Franklin Pierce Anthropology Club Franklin Pierce Fiction & Fantasy Club Franklin Pierce Students for Sensible Drug Policy Club The Gamer’s Club Robert G. Goodby James L. Gorman Gotshalk’s, Inc. The Grandview Inn & Resort Graphic Ice Gunstock Area Libby S. Hamilton Hannaford Food and Drug Harvard Pilgrim Health Care of New England Hickory Ridge Country Club Hilton Garden Inn Holiday Inn Express Owen R. Houghton Hunyadi Books IKON Office Solutions The Inn at East Hill Farm

Mizuno Monadnock Inn Mount Sunapee New England Employee Benefits Co., Inc. New England Revolution New Hampshire Fisher Cats Normandie Beach Club O’Connor’s Restaurant and Bar Olive Garden Ellen Ostreicher Papagallos Restaurant Pats Peak Chris Peahl Stephen T. Pelkey Pepsi Bottling Group Peterborough Camera Shop, Inc. The Peterborough Players Leandre Poisson The Political Library Donald Pyke ‘81 The Queensbury Hotel Ragged Mountain Resort Celine Rainville ‘09 Razz M Tazz

Townsend Ridge Country Club Heather (Weibel) Tullio Tom Tullio VALIC Wachusett Mountain Mark Walter Waterville Valley Resort Robert L. Welsch Edwin D. Westdal, Jr. ‘06 Westport Country Club Leighton A. White, Inc. Bruce Whittier ‘88 Whittier Plumbing & Heating Don B. Wilmeth David Wilson ‘77 Janice (Paranto) Wilson ‘84 Winchendon School Golf Club Mark A. Wirant, DDS Mary Karen V. Wirein ‘96, ‘08# WNNE-TV Woodbound Inn

Friends

President’s Council Benefactor The Estate of Lony Lobner Mr. Bernard A. Taradash President’s Council Founder Mr. and Mrs. J. Leo Barry The Estate of Dr. Stella S. Fogelman Mr. and Mrs. William Harper Mr. David Hendry Ambassador and Mrs. Joseph C. Petrone Mr. Benjamin J. Wheeler

The Inn on Newfound Lake Iskandar K. Iskandar James Jenkins Melinda M. Jette Keene Country Club, Inc. Keith’s II Sporting Goods Peter-Michael Kinney E. F. Lane Hotel Lee Wayne Corporation Douglas A. Ley Nancy J. Lloyd LongHorn Steakhouse Restaurant Nickolas Lupinin Manchester Monarchs Margarita’s Market Basket Paul Marzell ‘69 W. B. Mason Company, Inc. James F. Maybury McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center Jason McCormack ‘95 Charles Merrill

President’s Council Patron Dr. and Mrs. James L. Gorman Honorable Samuel K. Lessey, Jr. Mr. John V. Nanof Mr. and Mrs. Sean O’Kane

Richard Rettig ‘71 SallieMae, Inc. Charles S. Sampson Anthony Savageau ‘86 Karen Savageau ‘85 Savron Graphics, Inc. Paul Scharfenberger Scott’s of Keene, Inc. Laurie Seamans The Shattuck Golf Course Six Flags New England Sodexo-Marriott Management Services Spectrum Marketing Companies Stearns & Wheler, LLC Sterling Golf Management, Inc. Ward R. Stoops, D.M.D. SymQuest TD Garden Mark Thamm TJ Maxx

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Hampshire Society Mrs. Bruce Bardwell Mr. Chris Barry Mr. and Mrs. Jim Benton Mr. Jeff D. Bernarducci Mr. Robert J. Booth, Jr. Mr. Bryan K. Bradley Dr. Ken Burns Mr. Shaun Carroll Mr. Christopher David Mr. and Mrs. John Duval Ms. Roberta Duval Mr. and Mrs. Paul H. Flint, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Forbes Mrs. Tina Hansen Mr. Joseph Hoppock, Esq. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Jurkoic Mr. and Mrs. Michael R. Keating Mr. Larry King Ms. Anne King Mr. Stephen H. Krause* and Mrs. Colleen Krause Mr. Dan A. Landers Mr. and Mrs. David B. Liddell Mr. Douglas J. Lyons Mr. and Mrs. William A. Melville Mr. and Mrs. Jay Paris Mr. Ralph Simeone Mr. H. Wheaton Thomas Ms. Amy White Louis Wiederhold, M.D. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wright Monadnock Society Ms. Susan W. Almy Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Antrim, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. David Babino Reverend David K. Cain Mrs. Beverly Chadd Mr. Matthew Deignan Ms. Mary Jane DiBona Mr. Joshua B. Egan Mr. Mike Elia Mr. and Mrs. Daniel M. Farrell Mr. Robert Feeney Mr. and Mrs. Kurt N. Forshager Mr. J. Parker Huber Representative and Mrs. John B. Hunt Mr. and Mrs. Richard Isakson Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. Jaksina Mr. James W. Lacey and Mrs. Beverly Heinze-Lacey Mr. Bryan Marshall Ms. Carmel D. Martin

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Ms. Lynne McPherson Ms. Sy Montgomery Mr. Carl Mullers Dr. and Mrs. Seth Narins Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Nichols Mr. and Mrs. Allen E. Ristow Mr. Bruce Roberts Mr. Jeremy Jones and Ms. Tracy Savage Ms. Esther Shapiro The Edward J. Shea Revocable Trust of 1993 Mr. James M. Sheehan Mr. Jon Streeter Ms. Robin Y. Takeno Ms. Elizabeth G. Whaley Mr. and Mrs. Richard M. Wholey Ms. Sandra L. Winchester Granite Society Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Barate Ms. Diane Barbuzzi Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Barone Mr. Kevin Barrett Ms. Roberta Barry Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Barton Mr. and Mrs. Albert H. Beaudoin Ms. Florence Bergeron Dr. and Mrs. Eliot Berson Ms. Valerie Brand Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Brousseau Ms. Jeannette C. Buchholz Mr. and Mrs. John Burroughs Ms. Grace Cacciola Mr. Joseph M. Cacciola Mr. Philip P. Cacciola Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Callanan Mr. and Mrs. Ernest A. Caruso Mr. and Mrs. Rob Cary Ms. Ellen M. Cavicchi Mr. Charles Chadbourne Ms. Elizabeth Cipolla Mr. and Mrs. Allen N. Clapp Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Coats Ms. Wendy Cohen Mr. Stanley M. Cole Mr. and Mrs. William Coleman Ms. Blythe M. Coleman Ms. Karen Constantino Ms. Mary V. Conway Ms. Joanne Correia Mr. and Mrs. Randyl P. Cournoyer, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. James G. Couture Ms. Christine Cowden Mr. and Mrs. Roger R. Cranshawn Mr. and Mrs. John F. Cremens Ms. Cecil F. Croteau

Ms. Shirley H. Crowley Mr. David Damroth Mr. Dalkeith Dawkins Ms. Ruth E. DeAmicis Mr. and Mrs. John P. Deignan Mr. Paul Deprisco Mr. Jeffrey M. Devilbiss Mr. and Mrs. Frederick J. Dimartino Mr. Robert G. Disch Mrs. Marie C. Doldoorian Mr. John Doldoorian, Sr. Ms. Debbie P. Donovan Dr. James Freiburger and Dr. Eleanor Dunfey-Freiburger Mr. and Mrs. James F. Durning Mr. John Durning Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Edgeworth, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas A. Edo Mr. Bruce Edwards Ms. Carolyn Edwards Ms. Paula Erickson Ms. Beverly Fanning Mr. Stephen G. Farley Mr. Mark Finklestein Mr. and Mrs. Michael Fleming Mr. and Mrs. Roger J. Fortin Mr. George M. Foskett Ms. Patricia A. Frommer Mr. John L. Gaudet and Mrs. Sandra L. Burke-Gaudet Mr. Christopher Gergen Ms. Kathleen M. Gilmartin Mr. and Mrs. James R. Giordano Mrs. Eileen Giordano Mr. Evan L. Goldman Michael B. Gordon, O.D. Mr. Herbert F. Gramm Mr. Hal E. Grant Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Graziano Mr. and Mrs. Stephen A. Greyser Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Guilbeault Dr. and Mrs. Richard A. Gustafson Mrs. June G. Hammond Mr. John Hanna Ms. Janet D. Hicks Mr. and Mrs. Christopher E. Hilstro James M. Holland, D.M.D. Mr. and Mrs. Carl B. Jacobs Mr. and Mrs. David A. Jenkins Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Jianos Ms. Martha Johnston Ms. Margaret H. Kadima-Mazela Mrs. Armiranda E. Kemp Mr. Frank Kocak Mr. and Mrs. Adam Kores Mr. Sean Lamontagne Mr. Donald R. Langhill Mrs. Linda Lapham

Ms. Christine M. LeBlanc Ms. Marilyn A. Leclaire Mr. Brian Lecroy Ms. Karen Lenthall Mr. and Mrs. Alan D. Leveillee Mr. and Mrs. Donald G. L’Heureux Dr. and Mrs. Alan D. Lichstrahl Mr. and Mrs. Christopher V. Long Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth B. Macleod Mr. Leo Martineau Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Mascelli Ms. Dorothy R. McDonald Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. McKay, Jr. Ms. Catherine M. McKay Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McNeil Mr. Mark R. Metraw Mr. Edward J. Montemagni Mr. Michael Morneault Mr. Steven W. Myers Mr. and Mrs. Edward Nash Ms. Janet Newton Ms. Joan C. Nicholas-Smith Mr. Kevin L. Nichols Mr. Lawrence E. Nichols Mr. Donald L. Noblit Ms. E. Maureen O’Brien Ms. Jeane Oldham Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey B. O’Neil Mr. and Mrs. Edmund A. Ordzie Mr. Charles Palmer Mr. and Mrs. Anthony J. Paolino Ponidi Partodjojo Mr. Anthony J. Passavia Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Peckett Mr. Michael J. Petroska Ms. Karen Petrucci Mr. and Mrs. Sal Petruso Ms. Cecilia Portera Mr. and Mrs. Matthew J. Quirk Mr. Brian E. Renaud Ms. Barbara J. Ridge Mr. and Mrs. Anthony T. Romano Mr. Stephen R. Runcy Mr. Corey Salvecci Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Scheer Mr. and Mrs. Paul Shiebler Mr. Eugene M. Speeney Ms. Anita St. Louis Dr. and Mrs. David Stahl Ms. Deborah A. Stolecki Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Swenor Mr. and Mrs. John Tarleton Mr. James F. Taylor Mr. Robert J. Thibodeau Mr. Edwin Thompson

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Mr. and Mrs. Frederick F. Anderson Mr. Mel Andrews Mr. and Mrs. Donald P. Annen Ms. Mary Armstrong Mr. Donald J. Baillargeon Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Baillargeon Mr. Jon O. Baldvins Ms. Michelle N. Banks Ms. Jayne M. Barber Ms. Aimee A. Barbuzzi Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Barton Mr. Harold Bauman Mr. William F. Baxter Ms. Susan E. Beauregard Ms. Roberta Beeson Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Belanger, Jr. Ms. Devona E. Bell Ms. Eileen F. Bell Mr. and Mrs. John L. Benigno Mr. and Mrs. Donald A. Bennett Mr. and Mrs. George Benoit, Jr. Ms. Stephanie Bergeron Mr. and Mrs. Roger L. Bergeron Mr. and Mrs. Neal Berkowitz Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Bielecki Ms. Louise H. Bill

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Bloch Mr. and Mrs. Matthew C. Booth Mr. Edward E. Boshears Kelly Bosworth, D.D.S. Mr. and Mrs. Francis H. Botaish Mr. and Mrs. Ralph F. Boyd Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Bozzo Mr. and Mrs. Larry Bramblett Ms. Herta Brandt Mr. and Mrs. James A. Brett Dr. James C. Brewer, Jr.* and Mrs. Martha Brewer Ms. Dorothy M. Brody Ms. Kathy Broggini Ms. Kathleen Brooks Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Brown Ms. Jessie M. Budkus Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Buie Joanne E. Bulley, MD Ms. Frederica M. Bunge Mr. Allen L. Burbank Mr. and Mrs. James M. Burns Mr. and Mrs. R.W. Burton Ms. Bernadine Butler Mr. and Mrs. Byrnes Robert P. Cabana Ms. Michele A. Cadoret Mr. David F. Cafeteiro Mrs. Denise Caiafa Ms. Laura Campbell

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Ms. Elizabeth Colburn Mr. and Mrs. Henry R. Colliss Mr. and Mrs. John Colony, III Mr. and Mrs. John Comeaux Mr. and Mr. James C. Condap Mr. Carroll L. Conley, Jr. Ms. Karen Conway Mr. and Mrs. Gregg S. Cooper Mr. and Mrs. Francis Corrao Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Cortland Ms. Amy L. Costedio Ms. Joan A. Costin Mr. and Mrs. William Cowden Mr. and Mrs. James P. Crane Mr. and Mrs. Noah S. Crane Ms. Martha Crane Mr. Larry Cricelli Ms. Theresa Cromack Mr. and Mrs. William J. Cronin Mr. Michael H. Cunningham Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey P. Cushman Mr. and Mrs. John E. Dabuliewicz Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence W. Dachowski Mr. and Mrs. Jeffery Daday Mr. and Mrs. John F. Daley Ms. Eleanor S. Dallas

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Mr. and Mrs. Anthony A. D’Ambrosio Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dammers Mr. James Daugherty Ms. Kristin David Ms. Jacqueline Dayton Ms. Karen F. Deady Ms. Deborah H. Decicco Mr. Joseph A. Defelice, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John P. Deignan Dr. and Mrs. Peter Delfausse Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Denice Mr. and Mrs. Frank V. Derose Mr. and Mr. Robert A. Desimone Ms. Phyllis M. Devillez Mr. Robert P. Dichard Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. DiMisa Mr. John L. Disabato Mr. and Mrs. Michael Diterlizzi Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Docekal Ms. Elizabeth L. Dodge Mr. and Mrs. William R. Dolan Ms. Debra A. Domack Mr. and Mrs. William E. Donahue Ms. Melinda Donahue

Mr. and Mrs. Darren J. Donovan Ms. Genevieve J. Drevet Mr. Charles F. Duffy Mr. James G. Duplisea Mr. and Mrs. Robert N. Eason Mr. and Mrs. Richard S. Eaton Ms. Jane M. Eaton Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Elliott Mr. and Mrs. Kurt E. Ellis Ms. Dawn M. Ellis Mr. and Mrs. Raymond W. Ennis Mr. Marten Eppinga Mr. Richard K. Estes Mr. Glenn A. Fagerquist Ms. Lynn A. Fallavollita Ms. Helen E. Feleciano Mr. and Mrs. William J. Ferreira Ms. Candia Fisher Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Flanigan Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Flanigan Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Flanigan Mr. Thomas F. Flanigan, Jr. Mr. John W. Fleming Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Fletcher Ms. Elizabeth Flick Ms. Mary D. Fog Mr. and Mrs. Warren F. Follett Mr. Martin T. Fowler Mr. and Mrs. Leonard W. Frank Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey S. Franko Ms. Lois A. Frederickson Ms. Kerri L. French Mr. and Mrs. Alan S. Friedman Ms. Susan Frugoli Mr. Glen Fukuda Ms. Alice K. Fuld Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Fumicello Mr. and Mrs. Roger N. Gagne Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel A. Gallagher Mr. and Mrs. David Garey Ms. Sheila L. Garrett Mr. Richard E. Gaudet Ms. Kim Gawrych Mr. and Mrs. Rob H. Geyer Ms. Mary B. Gilbreath Mr. John Gilmour Ms. Debra Gilmour Mr. and Mrs. Geoffrey W. Gilson Mr. Joseph Giordano Ms. Bernadette Goen Ms. Joan C. Goodwin Ms. Kristen A. Goodwin Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Goulet Mr. Norman P. Goulet Mr. and Mrs. Robert Goulet

Mr. and Mrs. Roger A. Gouslin Ms. Donna Graham Mr. and Mrs. Lee Gray Mr. Maurice C. Greene Ms. Elise A. Grunder Ms. Donna Guenter Mr. and Mrs. Kevin T. Guiney Ms. Kathleen M. Guiney Ms. Patricia A. Guiney-Clark Ms. Dixie Gurian Mr. and Mrs. Richard P. Haggerty, III Ms. Barbara Halatek Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Haley 1st LT and Mrs. Chad A. Hamlin Rev. and Mrs. Robert C. Hamm Mr. Shane Hanchett Mr. Robert Hanks Mr. and Mrs. Larry M. Hann Mr. A. Scott Harden Ms. Barbara L. Harlow Mr. Thomas M. Harrigan Mr. John E. Harris Mr. Dennis Hattie Mr. and Mrs. Donald S. Hawkins Mr. and Mrs. Stephen J. Hawko Mr. and Mrs. Ralph E. Heald, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen R. Heard Dr. and Mrs. David Hershkowitz Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Higgins Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Hilliard Mr. Stanley B. Hilliker Mr. Kurt Hilse Mr. and Mrs. Kurt Hirtzer Ms. Anita C. Hjort Mr. Nathaniel Hoag Ms. Laura A. Hoffman Ms. Nancy A. Hoffman Ms. Mary T. Hogarty Ms. Jennifer L. Hogue Mr. Erik Holmberg Mr. Edwin Holt Ms. Janet Hopkins Ms. Winifred L. Huberdault Mr. Newton Hunt Ms. Antoinette Hunt Ms. Linda Hunt Ms. Stephanie Hurley Mr. Ryan P. Ingui Mr. Robert James, Jr. Ms. Karen Jeannetti Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Jenkins Mr. Brian Jerome Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Johnson Ms. Barbara M. Jones Mr. Michael G. Joyce Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Joyce Ms. Eleanor Kaiser

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Mr. and Ms. Anthony Masucci Mr. and Mrs. Francis X. McCrossan Ms. Valerie B. McDanel Ms. Heidi L. McElroy Ms. JoAnn Meehan Mr. and Mrs. Anthony A. Miano Dr. and Mrs. Donald P. Miller Mr. and Mrs. David I. Minickiello Ms. Carol Minton Mr. Kenneth Mitchell Mr. and Mrs. Bruce F. Molino Mr. and Mrs. John P. Mollo Mr. William J. Monafo Ms. Debra Moon Mr. and Mrs. Barry J. Moran Mr. and Mrs. James A. Morgan Ms. Joyce M. Morin Mr. Thomas P. Mudrick Ms. Margitta L. Muhlenberg Ms. Judith Munoz Mr. James B. Murphy Ms. Patricia Murray Mr. Ralph E. Murray, Jr. Mr. James D. Nallo and Mrs. Margaret M. Brady-Nallo Mr. and Mrs. David Narevsky Mr. and Mrs. Robert Narvaez Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Nash Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Nelson Mr. and Mrs. John J. Neskey Ms. Roseanne Neville Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Newman, Jr. Ms. Joyce M. Niemi Ms. Gina L. Noblit Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Nobrega Mr. Frank J. Nolan Ms. Patricia North Stamets Ms. Agnes O’Brien Mr. and Mrs. Robert O’Brien Hesun Ostreicher Mr. and Mrs. Steven H. Owens Ms. Julie F. Page Ms. Susan A. Pannell Mr. Peter J. Parise and Mrs. Sandra E. Schofield-Parise Mr. and Mrs. S tephen M. Parks Ms. Deborah Pastare Ms. Barbara Patnode Ms. Rita A. Paton Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Pearson Mr. Arthur B. Penny Mr. David Penny Mr. and Mrs. Bradford Perry Mr. Louis O. Peters, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. John Petrosino Mr. David Petrucci Ms. Joann Philbrook Mr. Lewis Piccioli Mr. William Pietraszuk

Mr. and Mrs. David Plaisted Mr. and Mrs. Wendell L. Pollock Mr. Howard I. Pratt Ms. Jillian M. Provencher Mr. Edmund E. Pudlewski Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Pula Mr. and Mrs. John J. Quinlivan Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Quinn, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. William Quinn Mr. James F. Quinn Ms. Rita Raab Mr. and Mrs. Peter C. Ramponi Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ramsay Ms. Jenna M. Ramsay Ms. Lois G. Ray Ms. Andrea J. Redfern Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. Redmond Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Reis Ms. Susan Renard Ms. Irene Renaud Ms. Mary L. Rentschler Ms. Kathy Rettig Mrs. Kathleen Revane Mr. and Mrs. John D. Revane Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Richardson Ms. Charlene Robbins Mr. Patrick Rocheleau Mrs. Ann Rogers Ms. Mildred Rogers Mr. Louis J. Romano Mr. and Mrs. Marc G. Rosenberg Mr. and Mrs. Michael Ross Mr. Andrew Rotherham Mr. and Mrs. Walter R. Rotti Mr. and Mrs. Steven J. Russo Mr. James T. Ryser Mr. and Mrs. Tom R. Saler Ms. Jeanne M. Sampson Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. Sampson Mr. and Mrs. Dean Sanderson Mr. and Mrs. Wilfrido A. Santana Mr. and Mrs. Stephen R. Sargent Ms. Jo-Anna Sauriol Dr. and Mrs. Robert Scheibel Mr. and Mrs. Gary F. Schettino Mr. and Mrs. Laurence H. Schongar Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence E. Schuyler Ms. Laura C. Schwartz Mr. Thomas Sedgwick* Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. Seeton Ms. Irene Selver Mr. and Mrs. Matthew R. Sermini Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Shapiro

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Mr. Daniel L. Viens Mr. Raymond Viti Mr. and Mrs. Michel L. Vray Terry L. Ward Mr. Robert W. Ward Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Weeks Mr. Gordon N. Weeks Ms. Carol E. Weierich Ms. Lillian T. Wesa Mr. and Mrs. Roy R. Whiddon Mr. and Mrs. Richard Whippie Ms. Barbara D. Whittaker Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. Wilcox Ms. Jeanne L. Williams Mr. and Mrs. Dean Wolfe Mr. Davis S. Woolpert Mr. and Mrs. James S. Wormell Ms. Margaret A. Worthington Mr. and Mrs. Emerson N. Wright Ms. Julie Wright Ms. Nancy Yeaton Ms. Marion Yeaton Mr. and Mrs. David Yeiter Ms. Jean Yeo Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H. Young, III Christopher M. Young, M.D. Ms. Victoria Zachos

Foundations

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American Physical Therapy Association AT&T, Inc. Baltimore Community Foundation The Boston Athenaeum The Community Foundation of Dutchess County Community Foundation of Western Massachusetts Davis Educational Foundation The Irene E. and George A. Davis Foundation Lane and Elizabeth C. Dwinell Charitable Trust Martin and Rebecca Eisenberg Foundation The Eurasia Foundation Foundation for Physical Therapy Charles A. Frueauff Foundation, Inc. Galkin Charitable Trust Grimshaw-Gudewicz Charitable Foundation The Grimshaw Gudewicz Memorial Charitable Trust The Henderson Foundation The Horwitz Family Memorial Foundation Jane’s Trust The Jenzabar Foundation The Charles and Mabel P. Jost Foundation, Inc. Marian Craig Leers Charitable Trust

* Deceased, # Graduate Degree

New Hampshire Charitable Foundation New Hampshire Humanities Council Arthur M. Pappas and Martha R. Pappas Donor Advised Fund The Penates Foundation The Attilio & Beverly Petrocelli Foundation The Putnam Foundation Tofias PC Charitable Foundation Vanguard Charitable Endowment Program The Gilbert Verney Foundation The Whiting Foundation Thomas P. Wright Revocable Trust

Faculty and Staff

Current and Former

President’s Council Benefactor Dr. and Mrs. James Birge Dr. George J. Hagerty, President Emeritus Patricia (Brown) Kirsh ‘70 Bruce M. Kirsh ‘71 Dr. Paul M. Kotila President’s Council Founder Evelyn Buchanan Robert E. Diercks John J. Mims Carole D. Monroe

President’s Council Patron James P. Earle Ahmad ‘02 # and Jennifer Boura Peter L. Brodie Richard A. Hurley Dr. James F. Maybury Sandra Quaye Nancy R. Stone Mark E. Swasey President’s Council Fellow Donald Anderson Jeffrey R. Bailey ‘93 Dr. Michael Bell Dr. Jean F. Blacketor Andrea M. Brode ‘95, ‘99 # Susan A. Casey ‘05, ‘08 Dr. Harry G. Davis Thomas Desrosiers Joan Epro Kenneth & Jennifer Ferreira Dr. Maria R. Garcia Carol Gravel Christian C. Haines Sandra Harding Dr. Owen R. Houghton Rick Johnstone Susanne P. Jones

Missy & Jay King Pres. Emeritus, Walter Peterson Dr. Debra Picchi Victoria Rank ‘05, ‘10 # Sunil G. Samanta Lucy Shonk Patricia R. Shuster ‘91 William & Denise Sweet Stella van Renesse-Walling Dr. Jane Walter Venzke Ethel M. Vollertson Hampshire Society Michael Abruzzese Laurie & Richard Alden Daniel Blair Dr. Gerald T. Burns Beth A. Clark William G. Costa ‘05 # Kelli Ann Costa Shirley A. English-Whitman ‘01, ‘04, ‘07 # Mary M. Farrell Dr. John Harris Dr. Frank Hubacz, Jr. Melissa M. (Stearns) Hyde Dr. Mary C. Kelly Corinne D. Lord ‘84 Marilyn J. Lyons Meredith Martin Nancy McComish Joanne Normandin Michael Dermot O’Brien Dr. Catherine Owen Koning Dr. Craig W. Platt Bob St. Jean Brian D. Stuart Heather (Weibel) Tullio Tom Tullio Dr. Raymond and Mrs. Patricia Van der Riet Matthew M. Weagle ‘04 R. Kent Whitman Mary Karen V. Wirein ‘96, ‘08 # Monadnock Society Bronwyn Asplund Richard W. Ayers Sarah Behn McGahan David Brandes Dr. Davina Brown David M. Chadbourne Margaret Collum Joanne Cote Dr. Jed Donelan Vicki Doyle Mr. Ken Ervin ‘96,’03 # and Elizabeth (Nelson) Ervin ‘98 Patricia E. Garrity Dr. Martin S. Green Ann Grenier Dr. Molly & Mr. Michael Haas Dr. Ronald B. Hammond Dr. Deborah Jameson Peggy Johnson Gerard M. Lettre Donald A. O’Neil

Patricia Parent Sandra A. Perry Dr. Frederick Rogers Shirley Stockmeyer ‘06 # Steven A. Thurber Judith Tomlinson John A. Valente Frederick J. Walsh* Granite Society Marianne (Poisson) Anderson Scott Ansevin-Allen Cynthia A. Arman Gary H. Baker Donald L. Blaszka, Jr. Dr. Carl T. Brezovec Karen Brown ‘05 # Ryan Burns ‘00, ‘01, ‘08 # Richard Burns Norma Saba Corey Adolfo Jose Cuadra Dr. Sarah Dangelantonio Anthony Dangelantonio Dr. Sudarshan & Mrs. Lakshmi Erramilli Terry Ann Gorzelany ‘09 Peter D. Hipson Mary (Ledoux) Jenkins Cherryl Jensen Jerry Joaquim Anthony W. Jones Gloria G. Konefal Dr. Jerry D. Levine Elizabeth Martini Shubh Mathur Annamarie McGowan ‘93, ‘03 # Dr. Kristen D. Nevious Rosemary Nichols Paul R. Niemi Scott T. Niemi Nancy (Coles) Nye ‘82 Michael Patinsky Laurie E. Ray Ruth J. Ring Louis N. Roten Marion (Pilling) Stone ‘05 # Thomas H. Stone Lynne (Brookshire) Stone Cathy Underwood ‘01, ‘10 # Contributor Rev. Bill Beardslee James E. Bingham Dr. Bonnie C. Black Gina Boulay Michael J. Buckley Jeremiah B. Burrow Dr. Paul D. Bush AnneMarie Caissie Helen Carr Nathan Cervo Dr. Douglas F. Challenger Dr. Susan R. Chamberlin Douglas S. Connelly James Russell Couch Keith J. Detjen Thomas K. Disch Wendy Dwyer

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Katrina A. Farmer William G. Fletcher Cheryl Flood John M. Forbes Edward F. French Janet E. Gongaju Suleman M. Hamid Tina L. Hamolsky Judith Heddy Patrick Heneghan Dr. Anne K. Huebel Christopher D. Ialuna William P. Jenisch Dr. Melinda M. Jette Brendan Kelley David J. Kenney ‘98 # Robert Koch Marco Koolman Margot C. Kopp Ann Lafond Douglas Lear Dr. Minghua Li Dr. Jason C. Little Joleen I. Little ‘09 Nancy J. Lloyd Margaret Madden Joy E. McCahon Marilyn McDonald Mr. Matthew and Dr. Olga McSorley David Moon Kathleen M. Morley Dr. Bryan O’Neil Floyd D. Oster Darlene Palmer Harry Panopoulos Stanley Polan Marsha Poor ‘04 Aletha “Lee” Potter James C. Randall Laurie Seamans Debra Shampine Bruce D. Shinn Helen I. Sibley MaryRose T. Sideleau Charles H. Sides Katherine Stoner Paul Tedder Brett Thelen George W. Thompson Anthony M. Tremblay Elsa Voelcker Richard G. Weeks Nancy E. Williams

Corporations and Businesses

President’s Council Benefactor Atlas Advanced Pyrotechnics Belletetes Incorporated The Community Foundation of Dutchess County Follett Higher Education Group The National Education Project, Inc.

“I will never forget what Franklin Pierce has done for me, nor the people who made my accomplishments possible. I am unsure of what the future holds, but I am secure with the thought that I will continue to make those who care about me and my Alma Mater proud.”

Joshua Lupinek Class of 2009 Summa Cum Laude Management major

55 New Hampshire Humanities Council Pepsi Bottling Group Pinnacle Rehabilitation Network, LLC Rindge Pizza Haven, Inc. Sodexo-Marriott Management Services Utility Service & Assistance, Inc. President’s Council Founder Eckman Construction Co., Inc. Paul M. Goyette, CFP Lemae Realty Corporation Radwell Communication by Design Trinity Fund Raising Consultants, Inc. W. Rindge Builders President’s Council Patron The Bank of New York Mellon Bay State Envelope Berry, Dunn, McNeil & Parker, Inc. BTEA of Atlantic City Century Investment Company Davis Oil Company, Inc.

Grandin Livestock Handling Systems, Inc. Harvard Pilgrim Health Care of New England IKON Office Solutions Kingsbury Corporation Liberty Mutual Insurance Group Mac-Gray Co., Inc. Mac-Gray Services, Inc. McLaughlin Transportation Systems, Inc. Monadnock Community Hospital Monadnock Disposal Service New England Employee Benefits Co., Inc. Seppala Real Estate Development, LLC Simpson Scarborough, LLC Superior Steel Fabricators, Inc. SymQuest W. B. Mason Company, Inc. W. R. Painting, Inc. Leighton A. White, Inc. President’s Council Fellow Academy Communications Amco Property Management

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Gallagher, Callahan and Gartrell P.A. Hannaford Brothers Company Hannaford Food and Drug High Point Communications Group, Inc. Images Interbuild, Inc. International WoodFuels, LLC The Islander Package Store John Savoy & Son, Inc. Jostens Friends of the Keene Public Library Keith’s II Sporting Goods Life Safety Fire Protection, Inc. Middlesex Rage AAU Basketball Club Monterey Fund, Inc. T. F. Moran, Inc. NAHGA, Inc. Newport Sand & Gravel Co., Inc. NHA Realty, LLC PaeTec Communications Paul Baggott Revocable Trust #2 Peconic Gate Systems, Inc. Pine Springs Robert Half Technologies Schuster Driscoll, LLC Simplex Grinnell-Tyco Stearns & Wheler, LLC Tieger Realty Company VALIC Hampshire Society The 5 Hole Hockey Corporation Ad Specs of Florida, LLC Alliance Paving Alpine Motor Company, LLC Apex Physical Therapy

* Deceased, # Graduate Degree

Borges, LLC Central Maine Fire Pros, LLC Commonwealth Advertising Conveyor Maintenance Copeland Toyota, Inc. Eisenberg & Kirsch Attorneys at Law Fletcher & Wilder Communications, Inc. GFA Federal Credit Union Granite State Management and Resources GRZ Consulting, Inc. Harsip and Williams Company, Inc. Holiday Inn Express Honeywell, Inc. Hoppock & Lachman, P.L.L.C. J.S. Services, Inc. Kimball Farm Kings Beauty Salon, Inc. Lamont Digital Systems, Inc. M C S Industries, Inc. Mac-Gray Mark L. Randall, D.M.D. Millbrook Farm Woodworks Natural Roots Landscape & Design, Inc. New Hampshire Ball Bearings New Hampshire Mailing, Inc. NMB/NHBB Ocean National Bank Premium Vending, Inc. Protector Group Insurance, Inc. Pryor Cashman, LLP Royal Steam Heater Company Len Rubenstein Photography SallieMae, Inc. Salon Elite Rollin G. Schuster, Jr. ‘82 SCM Associates, Inc.

Service First, Inc. Shaheen & Gordon, P.A. South End Media TeamOps, LLC The New England Council Titan Propane, LLC Traffic Logistics Group Corporation Triumvirate Environmental Tyco-Simplex Grinnell Wachovia Bank, N.A. Water System Operators, Inc. Wilson Bus Lines, Inc. Monadnock Society Law Office of Lawrence M. Abramson Aircraft Services of New England, LLC Alaska Premier Sport Fishing, LLC All American Sports Group, LLC August Research, LLC Bullard Associates, Inc. Campbell’s Painting Casa Fina Realty Catania Hospitality Group, Inc. Com-Tom Contracting, Inc. Ed Csenge & Son Exacavating/Septic Manager Cumberland Salvage, Inc. Eagle Crest Golf Club Educational Directions, Inc. Environmental Enterprises & Associates, Inc. Fahrenheit Mechanical Services, Inc. Findlay Moving and Storage N. R. Fogg & Son, Inc. Frommer’s Christmas Trees, Inc.

Peter A. Garofoli, D.D.S and Myles Heffernan, Jr., D.D.S. Garrison’s Union Street Tavern & Wine Cellar, LLC Geary’s Home Enhancement, LLC Granite State Marketing Research, Inc. J and G Painting JBM Services, Inc. JM North of the Border Keene Gas Corporation Levy Diamond Bello & Associates, LLC Lewis Engineering, PLLC Lift All, Inc. Lightning Express LMS Designs and CADD Services Marzell Company McKelligott Insurance Agency Meyer and Associates Monadnock Community Bank Monadnock Inn New England Catching Camp, LLC NHHEAF North Coast Seafoods Northern Tropics Ocean Bank Pearls, LLC Peterborough Marble and Granite Works Peterborough Oil Co. Praia, LLC Profile Office Furniture Public Service of New Hampshire RIFF Rindge Original Group RSB Security Samia Companies LLC Sands Resort Management Co., Inc. ServPro RJ Shepherd Construction SKB Enterprises, Inc. Spectrum Marketing Companies Star-Lo Electric, Inc. Tigan Consulting & Development, Inc. Time To Ride, LLC Tru Services, LLC United Sales Distributors, Inc. Video Journal of Orthopaedics Granite Society A & G Glass Company, Inc. Ace Auto & Plate Glass Company, Inc. All Stars Pizzeria & Cafe, Inc. Antioch University New England Auburn Pitts, Inc. B & S Paving and Construction, Inc.

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Hancock Real Estate Harvard Pilgrim Health Care of New England Haverty and Feeney Hi-Tech Pool Service, LLC Homestead Bookshop Homeward Designs Hudson Valley Dental Arts, P.C. Huhtamaki Foodservice, Inc. Ingersol Rand Schlage Lock Company 270 Marcy M. Kawasaki, D.D.S., Inc. Kelley Greens at Nahant, Inc. Landsdowne Liberty Glass Lickity Splitz M&E Manufacturing Co., Inc. Maine Building Specialties Company Marty’s Auto Service Masterman’s William J. Mateik, OD Maxim Health Services Maynard Auto Supply, Inc Media Vision Al Melanson Co., Inc. Members Plus Credit Union Merrimack Valley Players Inc. Middle Branch, LLC Milford Professional Firefighters Local 944 Millis Glass, Inc. The Monadnock Ledger-Transcript Mullaney and Associates Physical Therapy New England Hockey Institute New England Mobile Auto Glass New England Motel & Antiques Market, Inc. New Hampshire Triple Play LLC New Worcester Insurance Agency NPI of Fairfield County, LLC Olympic Swim and Health Club, Inc. One Stop Plaza Convenience, Inc. T. Pacheco Landscaping Steven Palmer Construction Panda Air, LTD R. J. Paquette Peterborough Retirement Community at Upland Farm, Inc. The Petersons, Inc. Phetchabun, Inc. Stanley E. Piecuch, D.M.D. Pinney Plumbing Priority Title Services, Inc. Professional Tax Consultants Public Service of NH

D. Raczka Insurance and Investments Renovations by Lee Gardella Rollstone Bank and Trust Darvi J. Rosenberg, CPA Sanborn Glass Company, Inc. Savron Graphics, Inc. Scott’s of Keene, Inc. Sequoya Technologies Group, LLC Shawmut Metal Products C.G. Shepherd and Associate Realty Sim’s Press Joseph S. Smith Roofing, Inc. Square Spot Publishing, LLC Squeaky Clean Windows State Farm Insurance Steigers Cone Zone, LLC Stevenson Oil Sunflowers Swanzey Donuts, Inc. Tae Kwon Do Educational Center, Inc. Technology Solutions Telephone Workers Credit Union Tides at Nahant, Inc. TNT Enterprises Total Temp, Inc Toy Town Pit Stop, Inc. Toyota-Volvo of Keene UBS Financial Services, Inc. Vermont Lions Charities, Inc. Veterans of Foreign Wars Volta Fuels The Winchendon School Yankee Mattress Factory Yiasou Cafe Corporation Richard T. Yoshikawa, D.D.S. P.C. Contributor 128 Imports, Inc. A & T Trucking Adirondack Lacrosse Promotions, Inc. Advantage Physical Therapy and Sports Rehabilitation, Inc. Advisor Home Inspection AJPS, Inc. Aldo Roof Cleaning & Painting, Inc. Always on Call Health Services Approved Color, LLC Battista’s Insurance Bellingham Auto Brokers, LLC Dana Blais The Builder Bonesteel Home Inspections, Inc. Lawrence S. Brick Attorney At Law Briggs and Associates, Inc. R. G. Brown Builders, LLC Builder’s Partnership

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Burlington Foreign Car Parts, Inc. Camarillo Children’s Dental Group Cheshire Bookkeeping & Income Tax Service Collymore & Associates Currier’s House D & G Sealcoating & Striping, Inc. Daffodil’s Flowers and Gifts Deerfield Property Management, Inc. Despres & Associates, Inc. Doliber Landscaping Donovan’s Truck & Auto Double Play DRC Asset Management, LLC Embroidme EMC Research European Esthetics Flores Interiors William J. Fouhy Landscapes Gentle Giant Forestry Services of New England, Inc. Goldberg-Weiner Realty, LLC Mark D. Goodman, Ph.D., FPPR Gorham House of Pizza Head Start Training Camps, Inc. Insight Mortgage International Medical Association J. Diversified Contracting, Inc. Jason Associates Keating Plumbing & Heating Kelly Property Management Corporation Kids’ Quarters L&S Graphics Robert T. Lake, Inc. Lazy K Bar T Quarter Horses Marketing Edge Consulting Craig F. McBeth, D.M.D. Medeiros Plumbing and Heating Medical Center West The Mex Mitchell Outdoor Maintenance Monadnock Vending Moors & Cabot Inc. Timothy J. Morgan, Attorney at Law Mortell Motor Express, Inc. Nielson Water Systems, Inc. Northwest Lab PC Connection, Inc. Phenix Investigations Inc. Susan Phillips-Hungerford Architect George Ponzini Art Glass Pro Soccer Motion Reading Precast, Inc. Dr. Todd Rowe, Orthodontist, P.C.

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S.U.R. Construction West, Inc. Saunders Drilling & Blasting Co., Inc. J. R. Smith Bulk Transportation Smoke Shack Southern BBQ Todros and Yehudit Chava Solomont Foundation, Inc. Star Lumber Company, Inc. State Farm Insurance Companies Sumner Station Holding Company, LLC Townsend Ridge Country Club Twin Eagle Unger’s Floor Covering Co., Inc. United Way of Rhode Island Uno Restaurants, LLC Valhalla Construction & Remodeling Vitalogy Consultants Waterworks Industries

Alumni

Class of 1966

President’s Council Benefactor John T. Burke, Jr. L. James “Jim” Santerre

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Hampshire Society Carmine C. Giangreco Genevieve H. “Gini” Desmond John A. Desmond Muriel F. O’Neil Monadnock Society Diane (Copeland) Albonizio J. Kevin Boylan David B. “Dave” Groder Granite Society Elliot H. Wallin Contributor Ronald M. Savarese

Class of 1967

President’s Council Patron Daniel T. “Dan” Snell President’s Council Fellow John H. Eason Harry F. McMahon Hampshire Society Eric A. Larson Dennis Lennon Monadnock Society Nicholas “Nick” Albonizio

* Deceased, # Graduate Degree

Granite Society Sheila (Speeney) Bergeron Richard A. “Dick” Brezinski Vincent “Vin” Donnelly Mary (Cunningham) Sullivan John Sullivan* Stephen M. Weiner Contributor Robert J. Winner

Class of 1968

President’s Council Benefactor Harry D. Meyer President’s Council Fellow William C. “Bill” Bailey Hampshire Society Susan H. (Staples) Calvet James P. “Jim” Calvet Granite Society Robert J. Ackerman Joseph E. “Joe” Burno Frederick A. “Fred” Dietrich John S. Flood Keith Glaccum Barry A. Johnson Ronald F. Piche Laura (Falzone) Sherry Allan L. Stern Lonnie Zimmerman Contributor Stuart F. Chait Roslyn “Ros” (Adler) Fader David J. Irwin Valerie (Petrucelli) Isola Albert A. Isola Ingrid Klein DiFazio John Popp Barbara (Mierke) Widera

Class of 1969

President’s Council Benefactor Helen M. (Ament) Astmann Lloyd H. Astmann Paul J. Baggott Alfred N. “Al” Marulli, Jr. Robert M. “Bob” Patterson Eugene R. “Gene” Schiavone David H. “Dave” Shooster President’s Council Founder Richard E. “Rick” Falconi Blaine E. Thompson President’s Council Patron Henry G. Ellis President’s Council Fellow Gary L. Baker David M. Fernandez Marc P. Tieger Leslie B. “Les” Weitzman

Hampshire Society Anthony “Tony” Abatino Joseph C. “Joe” Alessi Gary R. Appleton Frank J. “Jay” Batchelor Peter M. Gottesman Charlene (Linzer) Hulten Clifford “Cliff” Lattin G. William “Bill” Pattison John Plonski Lynn (Schwenk) Russell Raymond G. “Ray” Schank Michael Stein Howard M. Wolhandler Monadnock Society Kenneth S. Abramczyk Philip S. “Phil” Beckerman Aileen (Pastorek) Bullard Richard “Rich” Green Paul M. Marzell Robert J. “Bob” Petrosini Richard R. Quinn Steven J. “Steve” Sabatino Daniel F. “Dan” Sansevieri Mary Jane Sheldon-McKenzie Granite Society Salvatore J. “Sal” Baglieri Stephan “Steve” Faccidomo Stuart Fried Earle L. Heckeroth Lynne (Fritz) Lattin* David A. “Dave” Osgood William B. “Bill” Raymond Noreen (Smith) Rice Timothy A. “Tim” Sherry Ronald A. Synmoie Marsha D. (Samitt) Wilchfort Contributor Anne V. (Miller) Ames Thomas “Tom” Bowman Thomas J. “Tom” Cafone Bruce A. Friedenberg Michael A. Goldman John J. “Dutch” Henry Edward L. “Ed” Monroe Paul F. Negrini Ellen (Ahern) Popp Gabrielle E. (Osmun) Salter Marilyn (Carr) Schubach Jeffrey J. Skwiot Robert C. Thieme Roger E. Vasas Marlene A. Winograd Ira E. Wruble

Class of 1970

President’s Council Benefactor Patricia “Pat” (Brown) Kirsh President’s Council Founder Harold M. Levy President’s Council Patron Temple Grandin

President’s Council Fellow J. David Butner Joseph J. Wzorek Hampshire Society Danny L. Becker Nathaniel “Nat” Clapp Peter B. Josef Dennis J. Maliangos J. Brian Russell Robert S. “Bobby” Szklarz Monadnock Society Lenore Eileen Lam Granite Society Joseph John “Joe” Cafaro Suzanne “Sue” (Compagni) Fitzpatrick Scott T. Forbes James M. “Jim” Hendsey Contributor James E. Bonnette Richard L. Connell Ronald A. “Ron” Dietter Robert “Bob” Gladding Edward P. “Ed” Halton

Class of 1971

President’s Council Benefactor Carleen (Albonizio) Farrell Bruce M. Kirsh President’s Council Founder Philip J. “Phil” Curry President’s Council Patron Bruce S. Crockett Richard L. “Rich” Rettig President’s Council Fellow Herbert F. Harsip Reid C. Jeffery, Sr. Stephen H. Segal John C. Weber, Jr. Hampshire Society Alan Friedfel Judd M. Riedinger Paul E. Ruina John A. Yeamen Monadnock Society Robert W. Bernstein Deborah A. “Debbie” Carney George A. Collins Efsavia “Effie” (Kremidas) Huber Allan M. Stegeman Granite Society Annette (Hurwitz) Blumenthal Daniel “Dan” Kaplowitz Joann (Maresca) Martino William “Bill” Martino Gregory “Greg” Spitzfaden Joseph A. Zampino Jr.

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Contributor Bruce E. Barrett William A. “Bill” Beckerman Martin Brynildsen Stephen D. “Steve” Coe Mark D. Goodman Peter C. “Pete” Hubbard Vincent R. Lucrezi Maurice A. Mekler Charles I. “Charlie” Nielson James “Jim” Provensal Sheldon I. Rothenberg Mark Schulman Richard E. Schwartz Sharon Lyn (Bornstein) Stein Christina (Argeris) Thomas

Granite Society John J. “J.J.” Cashman Teri (Shindelman) Delofsky Thomas H. “Tom” Dixon Cathleen (Loconti) Duerig Mary C. Forrest Robert C. Greene, Jr. Liana (Tentindo) Hoffman Jennifer (Merkouris) Horechny Martin Horechny Kenneth H. Itzkowitz William R. Kappus George Marvin-Smith James M. “Jim” Riley, Jr. Robert “Bob” Van Dyke

Class of 1972

Contributor Joseph Paul Cavazzoni Michele (Elichman) Cherney Evan M. Cohen Daniel Doll Joseph P. “Joe” Driscoll, Jr. Charles M. McCormack

President’s Council Benefactor James W. “Spider” Egan Mildred “Millie” (Kafka) Egan President’s Council Fellow Sharyn (Tanzer) Dasaro Steven “Steve” Dasaro Arthur W. Fink Hampshire Society Charles A. “Chip” Gildea Marlene A. Jaffie Russell K. Kramp Dale (Fazio) Marcovitz Monadnock Society Patricia (Frank) Berwanger Nancy D. (Gottlieb) Depoy John M. Dodge Arthur E. Edell Frank H. Lewis

Class of 1973

President’s Council Benefactor Jonathan R. “Jon” Burke Andrew M. “Andy” Cohen President’s Council Founder John J. Cronin, III, ESQ President’s Council Fellow Marcy (Pollock) Fink Arlene (Moskowitz) Wzorek

Hampshire Society Scott Babitts Robert R. “Bob” Henssler Paul J. Maggiore Leonard B. “Lenny” Rubenstein

Jay I. Lakritz Mark Reeves Thomas K. “Tom” Stadniuk

Class of 1974

President’s Council Fellow Christopher Alan “Chris” Morin

Monadnock Society Robert L. “Lee” Frost Louis A. Harris James B. “Jim” Hayden Paul A. Leprohon James A. McGee Edgar A. Meyer Richard I. Sirota Marc S. Stretch Robin Waldron

Hampshire Society Timothy F. Burns Edward A. “Andy” Coleman, II Judith “Judy” Danish Frederic J. Levy Wayne H. Livermore Peter C. Loden Jeffrey “Jeff” Trenk

Granite Society Peter M. Brooks Arthur J. Burke Richard W. Collins Douglas S. “Doug” DiRossi William H. “Bill” Duerig Wayne N. Finkelstein Sharon (Jackson) Huber Stephen Iglehart Walter J. Snitko Mark L. Sollenberger John P. Varkala

Monadnock Society Anthony R. “Tony” Albanese Catherine (Wendel) Bixler Elizabeth C. “Betsy” Hardy Edith (Crocker) McKown Richard J. Robinson Thomas P. “Tom” Stewart Granite Society David W. Carter Richard T. Deeds Rona Beth (Sincoff) Dudas Hiroaki Endo Marty Gold Henry A. “Hank” Greenberg Stewart F. “Steve” Minskoff Brian E. Moore William T. Pate* Jeffrey Boyd Salgo Stephen A. Stratico Harte J. Whittle

Contributor Richard “Rich” Anderson Bromley “Brom” (Johnson) Baril Jill (Drinkwine) Bouck Laura (Henry) Cavallo Richard G. “Rick” De Heer Robert B. Gilden William D. “Bill” Golden Alan J. Grimaldi

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Class of 1975

President’s Council Benefactor Philip G. “Phil” Crystal President’s Council Fellow Hulbert L. “Mike” Scott, III Hampshire Society Lawrence M. “Larry” Abramson Henry W. Cox, II William G. “Bill” Finley Harry S. Mann James F. “Jimmy” McDonald, III Steven K. “Steve” Muller Douglas C. “Doug” Steimle

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Monadnock Society Charles T. Bartholomae Nanci D. Bell Neal Clay Charles M. “Chuck” Coran Frances (Denney) Richardson David R. “Dave” Silverstein Matthew P. “Matt” Stepanski Marietta (Albonizio) Stone Anastas Granite Society Melinda Ann (Fields) Blum Cathy Burnham “Cathy” (Terry) Burtt David “Dave” Cunningham, Jr. Peter R. “Pete” Cunningham Bruce Hoffman Timothy K. “Tim” Johnson Steven R. “Steve” Just J. Blake Lochrie Louis G. McKinley Richard L. “Rich” Webster Deborah “Debi” (Phillips) Whittle Contributor Kimberley “Kim” (Smith) Brady Olive Carbonaro Elizabeth A. Evans William C. “Bill” Holroyd Robert C. “Bob” Hunter Sherry (Wheaton) Lonergan David P. “Dave” Sherman Sharon G. Tyler

* Deceased, # Graduate Degree

Scott R. Weiler David R. “Dave” Zeidman

Class of 1976

President’s Council Patron Frederick C. “Fred” Berger Martin H. “Marty” Eisenberg President’s Council Fellow Kenneth A. Lubin Hampshire Society Neil S. Edelman Kevin M. Kane Monadnock Society Richard P. “Dick” Betzendahl Robert N. Breslau* Robert F. Cassube

William N. “Bill” Chappell Terry L. A. Chouinard Richard “Rick” Genovese Edward B. “Ed” Hopkins Patricia (Halsey) Wellen Granite Society Helene (Greenewald) Just Donna (Forman) McKinley Ronald R. “Ron” Orsini George W. Peddle William L. “Bill” Russell Contributor David E. “Dave” Clark Eileen (Kowalski) Cochran Lynda M. Dembek Jennifer Fox LuAnn E. Mizzoni

Kathleen “Kathy” (Voorhees) O’Neil Stephen E. “Steve” O’Neil Beth L. (Ruby) Riehl Philip G. “Phil” Sarkin Ann (Boucher) Schissler David B. “Dave” Schissler Elias C. Schwartz Scott P. Siegrist*

Class of 1977

President’s Council Benefactor Michael Friedenberg President’s Council Patron Karen (Fletcher) Galletly President’s Council Fellow

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James H. “Jim” Loderstedt David T. “Dave” Wilson

James E. “Jim” Fitz-Simon, Sr.

Hampshire Society Susan (Coffin) Babb Michael L. Barr William T. “Bill” Heffernan Ian M. Horowitz Richard J. Husband Glenn J. Kaufman Mary E. (Stoops-Buch) Ober Reginald “Tripp” Page Roni (Lowenthal) Stein Jeffrey “Jeff” Weinberger

President’s Council Patron James F. “Jim” Hourihan

Monadnock Society Matthew Brennan Caryn (Margulis) Coran Barbara (Bell) Hopkins Stephen Moczarski Granite Society Frances “Frannie” (Mosher) Babb Aram R. Donabed, Jr. William J. Emott William S. “Bill” Kiser Robert M. “Butch” Lehman Julie (Staples) Orsini* Jill (Quigley) Roberge James Sargent Jana L. Stein Joseph S. Szost Robert C. “Potsy” Tobin Garry M. Tobin Peter W. “Pete” Weber Contributor Kenneth B. Allen Ellen Bresky-Prulletti Marie F. (Fenton) Day Stacey Lee Evans Kurt H. Fiegel Stig B. Fromm David N. Kean Peter M. Klamkin Stephen H. “Steve” Merrill Scott Meyer Jennifer (Travis) Moyer Meg J. (Peterson) Petersen Ross Kenyon (Dethlefsen) Ross Pearl Behrends Seery Jon C. Shattuck Bradley R. “Brad” Shepard Jordan Star Gordon A. Stone Michael Sullivan Barbara L. West Richard P. “Rich” West, Jr. Mary Ann N. “Maggie” Zadorozny

Class of 1978

President’s Council Benefactor Donald W. “Bud” Comstock, Jr.

President’s Council Fellow Janet (Hong) Brown Jeffrey R. “Jeff” Brown Paula E. Driscoll Hal M. Epstein Jess William Gluckler Hampshire Society Anna (Lysecka) Apkin Quang Duc Bui* Brian R. Collins Philip J. Condon Karen E. Mortensen Russell L. “Russ” Needell Karen (Bailey) Rowland Stephen J. “Steve” Sugar, Jr. Seth Toll Royce L. “Roy” Vehslage Monadnock Society David W. Dingman Susan “Sue” (Sterner) Howe John R. Timmerman Gregg Woolston Granite Society Sheri (Walker) Blanchette Margaret A. “Peg” Carson Janet (Berg) Dauray Albert J. “Skip” Dauray Gregory F. “Greg” DeYoe Donald D. Drescher William G. Faller Chantal M. (Oliel) Ferland John Franke George Hansen Sheila S. (Scanlon) Hayward Herbert J. Howard Marlee (Transue) Lacoste Kenneth C. Lacoste Anthony J. “Tony” Lockwood Thuy Thu (Bui) Nguyen Phuong Van Nguyen Harding Polk, II Allen Hatfield Smith Eleanor (Verner) Sparling Glenn C. Vitale Contributor James G. “Jim” Dresser Elizabeth (Diblasi) Littles Christina “Cristy” Meinke Stephen C. Moore Richard K. “Dick” Perkins* George S. Ponzini Paul J. White

Class of 1979

President’s Council Benefactor Glenorchy P. “Glen” Campbell

President’s Council Founder Melissa (Graff) Paddock Richard Paddock Hampshire Society Brian Richard Hovendon

Hampshire Society Joseph A. “Joe” Coderre Brenton E. “Brent” Creelman Allen M. “AJ” Johnson Harold B. “Harry” Larson Caryn Ann (Robotti) Marshall John L. Moody

Monadnock Society Cynthia (Smith) Eckert Stephen “Steve” Howe J. Daryl Laforge Joseph A. “Joe” Piccardi Kurt D. Puckhaber* Dennis Solomon

Monadnock Society Andrew J. “Andy” Coe Elizabeth (Piper) Conrad Richard J. Conrad Nancy L. (Meek) Puckhaber Frank T. Sansom Stephanie M. (Kane) Smith

Granite Society Richard F. Askins Eleanor “Ellie” (Raposa) Byrne Arthur J. Casey Julie (Jorgensen) Dreebin Cynthia “Frenchie” (Danboise) Franke Mary Jane (Nyren) Gutkowski Henriette I. “Yetta” Jager Robert H. “Bobby” Kuhsel Judson S. “Jud” Lee Stephen F. “Steve” Marshall David W. “Dave” McGraw Ian W. McKenzie Amanda “Mandy” (Rosenberg) Monaco Philip R. Roy Lisa (Boden) Sly Margaret (Gow) Trautmann Lisa (Shea) Zint

Granite Society Forrest L. Andrews Paul T. Brady Paula Ann Cheatwood Mary Ellen (Cochrane) Dumont Mary Eileen Essig-Morrow Alexander P. “Alex” Felson Peter C. Hecker Linda M. Hecker Janice Ruth “Jani” Judd Randolph D. Morrison, II Paul D. Sankey Anthony T. “Tony” Turco Thomas D. “Tom” Vanderbilt Marcia Y. Walker Susan Wright

Contributor Fitz G. Collymore Paul L. Despins Janet L. “Jan” Fiderio David B. Rapalyea Penelope J. “Penny” (Joyner) Shimchick Robert Carl Strandfeldt Richard Sydoriak Willard H. Whitcomb Emme E. (Bill) Woodward

Contributor Lisa Blanchette-Poh Russell C. “Russ” Carlson, Jr. Deborah (Hopkins) Clouse Bruce Cunningham Lynda Dyar Gregory C. “Greg” Franks Michael A. “Mike” Gladle Michelle G. Jones Linda “Binky” (Carter) Knotek Peer Kraft-Lund Diana (Stagg) Maver Lorraine E. Olsen-Viola Paul E. Tinger

Class of 1981

Class of 1980

President’s Council Benefactor Joan I. Bray* Stephen J. “Steve” Robbins President’s Council Founder Charles M. “Mike” Callahan, III Eric S. Marcus Kerry D. Stein

President’s Council Patron David “Dave” Pitruzzello Jeffrey K. “Jeff” Smith President’s Council Fellow Gary J. Kroeber Stephen B. “Steve” MacCrea

President’s Council Patron Arthur J. Mulligan, III President’s Council Fellow Dennis J. Callahan Stephen A. Rodio

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Monadnock Society Cynthia (MacEwen) Brown Bruce W. Clay Dawn M. (Lagarto) Immohr Bruce C. Laine Donald J. Meltz, Jr. Donald “Don” Pyke Michele (Whitehorne) Rawson Deborah A. Scappettuolo Granite Society Troy Allen Randolph F. “Randy” Blakeman Michael T. “Mike” Braman John S. Coughlin Carlo E. Fasciani Leon G. Filip Steven A. Fisher Matthew “Matt” Lemieux Anne (Bergeron) Masse Charles D. “Chuck” McStay Robert J. “Bob” Nosenchuk Nannette (Gentile) Oberhelman Edmund L. Pereira Roberta (Coolidge) Platz Kim (LeBel) Ries Hal Rose Andrew G. “Andy” Schwartz Jayne “Jay” (Zatz) Vanderbilt Andre Webber Alan D. Williams

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Contributor Linda R. (Robertson) Bliss David G. Bliss Robert G. “Chip” Brown Glade E. Cook, Jr. Rebecca L. “Becky” (Jorn) Decker Dorian “Dody” (Stigers) Froelich Karl F. Geisinger Kimberly B. (Scott) Goyette Nancy J. Kaplan Robert E. “Bob” Lafond John F. Lagattuta Robert F. Miller Catherine E. Perry Hattie L. Small Daniel Terrell Claudia L. (Cole) Tufo

Class of 1982

President’s Council Patron Kurt J. Muhlfelder Rollin G. Schuster, Jr. Laurie A. Tomlinson President’s Council Fellow Bruce D. Campbell Therese Ledwith Fay James L. “Jim” Megin, Jr. Robert F. “Bob” Riley Hampshire Society Patricia A. Beyland John M. DePledge

* Deceased, # Graduate Degree

Ralph E. Heald Lawrence “Larry” Leach Judith “Judy” (Raposa) Leach Keil White Monadnock Society Michael “Mike” Kicinski Louis “Lou” Maselli Debora J. (Carbone) McLaughlin Mary P. Parker Jayne M. Vogler Granite Society Ali Reza Bagheri Richard F. Bean Joseph Callahan, Jr. Laura J. (Taylor) Mentzer Susan (Craig) Duckworth Stephen E. Frank Angelo M. “Mike” Grotticelli Victoria (Stearns) Lessa David B. “Dave” Millard Nancy (Coles) Nye Kathleen Amanda Preve Harold F. “Hal” Pyke, III Matthew S. “Matt” Reiss Rachel (Rauch) Schwartz Tracy Youngs Contributor Jessica “Penny” (Andrew) Burlew Thomas Burlew Addis W. “Skip” Dempsey, Jr. Holly S. (Sanborn Ward) Dion Constance S. “Connie” (Drake) Drakeobrien Mary Ellen (Fitzgerald) Hetrick Carl M. Jevne Ronald C. “Ron” Jobel Timothy M. “Tim” Keating Amy D. Little Gerard F. “Rod” McKenna Michael “Mike” Monroney John F. Vance Kay (Taylor) Warren

Class of 1983

President’s Council Benefactor Thomas V. “Tom” Farrell Kim M. Mooney John F. Washington, Jr. President’s Council Patron Amy Sullivan Schuster President’s Council Fellow Cartherine R. “Cathy” Baratta R. Drew Ogden Eugene H. “Gene” Owens Leo T. Purcell Kimberley “Kim” (Lewis) Riley Hampshire Society Mary Jane Callaghan

Regina Marie “Gina” (Matos) Katz David J. Kronoff David “Dave” Schutzman Randall F. Shaw Jeffrey W. Titus Karen Whelan-Berry Monadnock Society Kelly Angley-Dolloff David G. Caron CarolAnn “Carol” (Pietrocola) Copeland Elizabeth L. (Warner) Desmarais Kimberly A. “Kim” (Muller) Farrington Louis J. “Lou” LaBreck Jane E. LaVallee David J. “Dave” Matthews Granite Society Virginia (Hardy) Blakeman Christine (Langelier) Don David W. “Dave” Hayward Sean Higgins David Kenefick Susan LaFrance David P. Masse Tarquin Prapopulos Alexander M. Price Sandra J. Roberge Philip D. “Phil” Stokes A’Lisa “Alisa” (Underwood) Tello Elizabeth D. Zinn Contributor Beth (Edgerly) Allard John M. Bee, III David A. Cline Eric A. Enders Linda K. Fealey Karen (Albert) Gagliardi Bruce E. Gagliardi Arthur R. Hetrick, Jr. Douglas R. “Doug” Jaureguy Joseph M. “Joe” Koletar E. Foster Krupa James H. Mahoney Robin (Lampe) O’Brien Nestor F. Soto Donna (Clark) Stadelmann David G. “Dave” Voss Lisa A. (Whipple) Wright

Class of 1984

President’s Council Benefactor Gregory “Greg” Tritt* Kathleen A. “Kathy” (Brown) Washington President’s Council Fellow Kenneth J. “Ken” Kwiatkowski Janice F. (Paranto) Wilson

Hampshire Society Corinne D. Lord Ralph A. Tripp, III Monadnock Society Lory Attalla Laurie A. Bienefeld Karen (Gregory) Coyle Phillip A. Croteau Vincent A “Vince” D’Antonio, Sr. Adrienne Eich-Mylott Laurie (Smith) Matthews Debra (Ormezzano) Paskowski William S. “Bill” Paskowski Salvatore “Sal” SanFilippo Judy Ann Sharkey Granite Society Jay Christopher Abair Jessie (Ballard) Albee Ross Albee Lawrence S. “Larry” Cooper Carolee (Randall) Dalton Anthony E. “Tony” Degonge James T. “Jim” Dyer Eric Halbach Paul K. Jeka Jennifer (Butt) Johnson Raymond C. Lawrence Peter F. Lendall Diane M. Masters Sally A. (Edwards) Moyer Stephen S. “Steve” Parker Kirt D. Sampson Sharon (Martin) SanFilippo Carmen M. (Torrente) Sullivan Anna R. Wheeler Contributor John S. Aimes Cathleen (Campbell) Beach Avril Beveridge Lucien W. Brasley Bonnie S. Carter Norma Elliott Laurie Rose George Ann M. Harrington Stephen M. Jakubowski Gayle (Glenn) Koffi Janet D. (Didio) Licciardi Pamela “Pam” Murphy Cheryl Ivy (Baker) Muszynski Rebecca A. “Becky” Pelkey Gregory H. “Greg” Riley Barbara C. (Cole) Rury Heidi (Traudt) Serra Richard J. Simons Richard “Rick” Stadelmann Rebecca Werner Anthony E. “Tony” Wolski

Class of 1985

President’s Council Patron Randell J. “Randy” Kennedy President’s Council Fellow Frederick C. “Fred” Forsgard Laura J. (Mortensen) Sullivan

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Class of 1986 President’s Council Founder Timothy G. “T.G.” Nawn President’s Council Patron Gwenn (Jerome) Claytor Michael F. “Mike” Smith President’s Council Fellow Gene R. Davidson Jean M. Zaremba

Hampshire Society Melissa (Szeliga) Campbell William J. “Bill” Jabjiniak Carlton P. Miner Dolores R. Moran Monadnock Society Richard “Rick” Beczynski Chris Bonanno William E. “Bill” Booth Kristin (Lapane) Hayes-Leite Jennifer Jacobus Lynde Margelot Kathleen “Kathy” Morahan Joseph T. “Joe” Spendley Granite Society Gail (Maturo) Arcamone James T. “Jim” Breen Joanne Dustin Tammi (Gillen) Mancuso Karen E. Parker Donna G. (Grella) Smith Claudette M. (Mecure) Tellier Stephen M. “Steve” Woods Kristine C. Zavorotny Contributor Andrew A. Allen* Jeffrey W. “Jeff” Armington Mary E. Barsamian Lawrence S. “Larry” Bisio Timothy D. “Tim” Blodgett Pamela L. (Slingerland) Bradstreet Charles W.F. “Charlie” Church, Jr. Tracy Dahlstrom Rosalind A. “Ros” (Ebelt) Dichey Suzanne (Herwig) DiPietrantonio Walter A. Forrest Marilyn B. Gemmell Alyce L. Harper Diana Holmgren “Dee Dee” Horsman Katherine Inman Leanne M. Jacques Nancy M. Kasper Dawn (Phinney) Kipperman Daniel S. Marx Joan (Rinker) McDonald Deirdre M. (Malley) Milewski Steven J. Rajotte Robert R. Taylor

Class of 1987

President’s Council Patron Charles B. “Charlie” Paquette President’s Council Fellow William R. “Bill” Baumer Jon Merrill Keen Hampshire Society Daniel T. “Dan” Campbell James C. “Jim” Fitzsimmons Michelle Marie (St.Jean) Lawson

Hampshire Society Labon T. Bumphus Robert P. “Bob” Hamel Michael J. “Mike” Keating Thomas J. “Tom” Kymalainen Sandra D.W. “Sandy” (Wohr) Messina

Monadnock Society Monroe A. “Art” Brand, Jr. Charles Hand Mary A. (Bell) Hunter Scott Terry Deborah L. (Ummel) Zak Granite Society Nancy (Riley) Bieder Stephen E. “Steve” Brewster Virginia M. Buckley Barbara (MacMillan) Campbell William C. Davis Deborah J. “Debbie” Godeski Helaine (Rosenberg) Kanegsberg Susan E. (Dussol) Luhrs Wanda Lukehart Donna S. Mailhot Dennis J. Ordway Catherine Wilhelmina (Doeller) Sage Sven E. Selander, Jr. Robyn R. Thibodeau Philip C. “Phil” Unger Donald H. “Don” Warren Sheree L. (Bailey) Ziemba Contributor Leo Belodeau Rosemary (Aubry) Blodgett Jolayne M. Boynton John J. Cunningham, Jr. Richard J. Dastous Patricia J. “Patty” (Donoghue) Durkin Gina B. (Birrittieri) Enock Jeffrey K. “Jeff” Hoyt Jack Hull Cindy (Hay) Macomber Putnam K. Macomber Max R. Mayo Richard L. Mercier David Nickolas Kate (Gillan) Nugent Edward J. “Ed” Nugent Bradford L. “Brad” Osgood Paul Pearson Kerrie A. (McMillen) Saeger Richard L. Schloss Joseph T. “Joe” Scungio, Jr. Michael W. Stahl Cynthia M. “Cindy” (Kissell) Tucker Jeffrey C. Wentworth Robert D. “Bob” Whynott Jeffrey “Jeff” Woodburn

Class of 1988

President’s Council Fellow Raymond A. “Ray” Desautels, III Alphonso “Al” Promutico Bruce W. Whittier

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Monadnock Society Dean G. Bakes Aaron C. Hickox Philip Krajewski Sandra McIntire Granite Society Scott A. Addison Shelia J. (Lindsey) Bennette Lawrence “Larry” Corbo Elise Hampton Desautels Susan M. (Gagnon) Dodge Christine J. Doherty Malcolm Forsman Eric A. Gibbs Ronald C. Grondin Judith E. Haines-Carter Susan (Anctil) Levenson Amy (Brigham) Melvin Robert D. “Bob” Murphy Darvi J. Rosenberg Contributor Susan G. (Gopoian) Anthony Thomas H. Bomberg, Jr. Timothy M. Bowen Kevin W. Bronson Michael P. “Mike” Bushman Nancy (Sheppard) Cail Maureen Carew Christopher J. Casey James A. “Jim” Cleveland Arthur L. Despins John A. Downing Michael W. Downing Kurt W. Freitag Geoffrey M. “Geoff” Garfinkle Nancy H. (Hurst) Goss John Guregian Ruby A. (Phelps) Hill Deborah A. (Soucy-D’Ancy) Leugers Holly J. (Mazza) Martin Nan McCarthy Gary Merrifield Susan (Cunningham) Perusse James Potry Valerie Walsh Reifke Matthew J. “Jim” Rollberg, Jr. Carolyn A. Root Sheila F. Ross Karen M. (LaChance) Salamon Pamela A. (Naseman) Sanborn Joann M. (Minichiello) Watson Jennifer W. (Werking) Webb Robert J. Wholley George A. Wright Steven D. Young

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Class of 1989

President’s Council Benefactor Melissa (Petrocelli) Weinbaum Michael J. “Mike” Weinbaum President’s Council Patron Joseph M. Davis President’s Council Fellow Leo Coppeta Hampshire Society Ami S. (Miesner) Anderson Michelle M. Bode Paul A. Ciras Adam N. Grill Cindy Marcin Jeffrey T. Poarch Monadnock Society Vincent J. Flynn, Jr. Zachary J. “Zack” Gianaris Eric N. Hackett Tara M. (Hurley) Hallenbeck Scott J. Hallenbeck Timothy J. “Tim” Morgan Kimberly “Kim” (Cook) Neher David G. Salvas

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Granite Society Debra A. (Hamlin) Aberizk Denise A. Arthur-Bynum Salvatore J. Baratta Tracey Bergstrand Thomas “Tom” Betsy Stephanie Burns Stephen F. Clough Stacie E. Eaton John F. Gordon Kevin M. Houghton-Smith Patricia (O’Sullivan) Jacobson Judy L. (Lepine) Keyes Melissa (Cormier) Lacroix Gary J. Lochhead Lynda E. Lowney Benjamin Z. “Ben” Lutman Kimberly J. “Kim” (Houghton) Memmesheimer Kim C. (Weber) Murphy William G. “Will” Naser Gail (Lamper) Shaw Benjamin D. “Ben” Spencer Janet P. Waugaman Michelle L. (Jeanson) Willett Theresa H. (Hamann) Yates Contributor Robert L. “Bob” Baker, Jr. Sandra J. Barry Daniel G. Beaulieu Keith R. Beauregard Jennifer A. (Abel) Birenbach Stephanie (Frank) Blank Brian W. Campion Sheri L. (Young) Cleveland Beverly (Chase) Connary Sheila S. (Hopewell) Corneau

* Deceased, # Graduate Degree

Suzzette (Bessette) Costanzo Shawn R. Evans Deanna A. (DiJohn) Francis Jonathan I. Hirsch Mary J. Hof James J. Kelley Roger E. Lamoureux David D. Leonard Maria E. Manus Painchaud Tracy B. Martino Christopher D. “Chris” Nyland Judith “Judie” (Newsome) O’Donnell Dominic J. Ortolano Michael S. Piotrowski Anne M. Halstead (Powers) Roth* Huwerl Thornton, Jr. Susan L. (Brinckerhoff) Towle Susan R. (Brodeur) Vogt William J. “Jack” Warren Scott M. Wasserman

Class of 1990

President’s Council Benefactor Michael T. “Mike” Lamoretti President’s Council Patron Richard E. Care President’s Council Fellow Beth (Bannister) Bailey Kenneth D. Jenkins Alex G. Randow Hampshire Society Jackie Everidge, Jr. Amy E. (Fales) Walsh Monadnock Society William G. “Will” Carpenter, III Dennis J. Deer Kimberly A. “Kim” (Morris) Derby Libby A. (Depopolo) Hayes Christopher M. “Chris” Kenney Granite Society Nancy L. Ainsworth Scott W. Beausoleil Robert A. Bennett Shelley (Robertson) Betsy Dean A. Blake Rudolph H. Bruer Danielle M. Caputo Cheryl A. Crump Nancy J. Gilbert Roger C. Jans, Jr. David M. Jodoin Ronald F. “Ron” Legare Pamela M. “Pam” Lincoln William H. Lumsden Nancy S. (Freedman) Manning Stephen F. “Steve” Mardell

Frederick B. “Fred” Parsells Susan A. Peterson Amanda Philip Paul C. Pullar Paul E. Rupp, Jr. Mary E. Tirpok Deloris A. (Short) White Contributor Pauline R. (Raymond) Amsden Heather A. Ault Stephen C. Blakney Abigail N. Blanchard Patricia A. (Wyatt) Bonaventura Donna E. (Enos) Burke Scott D. Burton Lisa (Plante) Bushman Noreen M. (Oakes) Canney Donald R. “Don” Canney Susan L. Colby John Connary Dennis J. Doucet Colleen M. (Dunn) Dowd Timothy J. “Tim” Doyle Mary E. (Holmes) Dumas Jean A. Fater Deborah L. (Arrigo) Fleming James R. Hall, Jr. Thomas E. “Tom” Hand Stephanie L. (Duers) Harrington Stacy L. Harvey David K. Headley Suzanne M. (LeBlanc) Hersey Claudia Jacobs Mark R. Krider Andrew “Andy” Lopez Keith D. Meola Deborah C. (Clemens) Punte’ Heidi (Grayson) Rochow Steven A. “Steve” Rockwell Stuart L. Scheuerman Janine E. (Brooks) Schilders Judith E. (Luchans) Solomont Thomas B. “Tom” Wintermeyer Michael F. “Mike” Zurcher

Class of 1991

President’s Council Benefactor Jill (Petrocelli) Lamoretti President’s Council Fellow Patricia R. “Pat” Shuster Hampshire Society Marc W. Bragin David A. “Dave” Fine Thomas M. Jatulis James J. Morin Monadnock Society Joyce Marie (Loughlin) Bastille Ford Beattie Michael C. Sirosky

Granite Society Todd David Bernstein Rachel Diane (Tucker) Boudrow Christine M. (Thorpe) Cook Brian P. Cullen Debra L. (Bergeron) Dill George A. “Ted” Dooling Kathleen (Dashnaw) Dugan Joanne R. Ernenwein Charles J. “Chuck” Fertitta Phyllis A. (Kurtenbach) Florian Franklin O. “Frank” Goforth Denise A. (Proctor) Greene Douglas W. Harlow Daniel T. Harris Keith A. Leach Bethany L. (Webber) Lyons Dominick T. Miciotta, Jr. Deirdre “Dee Dee” (Catalano) Olsen Pamela M. (Mapes) Pellegrino Steven D. Pike Tammy A. Piper Patricia “Pat” Riley Stephen J. “Steve” Schwartz Nicole J. (Bilyak) Seguljic Frances L. Stacy Laura (Doherty) Taberner Cherly M. (Lapham) Tapply Christopher Teelin Tara A. Veprovsky-Kipp Janis “Jan” (Hagan) Wolff Shawn H. Wolff Contributor Linda (Scollin) Bassett Brian K. Bauer Kathy A. Belanger Susan E. Belanger Thomas P. Belzek Michael J. Burke Patricia E. Cassidy Matthew J. “Matt” Charles Michael K. Clark Theresa A. (Jordan) Cole Wendy A. Davis Laureen M. (Serino) Dorschel Melissa B. Duarte Stephen A. Dube David H. “Dave” Eaton Victoria M. (Grundahl) Eby Lawrence A. “Larry” Fein Mary K. Forese Steven J. Glidden Corrie Beth Haines Harreys Elaine C. Hall Susan J. Johnson Ann C. Johnston Valerie L. Kennedy Wendy (Witherspoon) Kenny Patrick J. Kenny Rochelle (Glatt) Leon Marc Liphardt Sandra (Ouellette) MacMillan John F. MacMillan Philip R. Manro James A. Mazzarelli

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Rachel (Freeland) McDonald Matthew E. “Matt” McDonald Carol M. Monas John D. Queen Pearl Record Andrea M. (Freeman) Smith Daniel P. Smith Michelle M. Smyth Lisa (Pinelli) Stryker David A. Taylor Gerard S. “Gerry” Therrien Christopher D. Whittum Barbara E. Wolfe Karen (Kreusch) Zurcher

Class of 1992

President’s Council Benefactor Gregory M. “Gregg” Doody Henry O. Simmons President’s Council Founder Jonathan L. “Jon” Slavin President’s Council Patron John H. Perry President’s Council Fellow Christopher N. “Chris” Schmidt Hampshire Society Lorrie A. Berger Kimberly L. “Kim” (Saucier) Everidge Ronald A. Ferris, Sr. Kathleen L. “Kate” Howell Kim Marie (Brouillette) Kendle Jordana D. Korsen Sheila D. Pierson-Roy David N. “Dave” Schmidt John F. Scott, IV Monadnock Society Jennifer S. Carp Abby S. Gordon-Tolan Benjamin A. “Ben” Isaacson William D. Kovacs Michelle D. (Lackey) Maselli Robert Hunter “Rob” (Lewis) McAusland Sandra L. Merrill Andrew C. “Drew” Nawn Thaddeus G. “Ted” Nicholas Granite Society Gabrielle S. (Freddie) Berger Richard J. “R.J.” Bibby David G. “Dave” Carr Jeffrey W. “Jeff” Corriveau Wayne R. Demmons David J. “Dave” DeVeau Martin L. “Marty” Dickerson Joseph W. Dill Kimberly “Kim” (Ziter) Ezzo

M. Trevor Ezzo Ginger Fraser Robert L. Gay, III Fraser G. Geiwitz Kathryn A. “Kate” (Herman) Kennedy Robert G. Kirton Jay R. Laclair William R. “Bill” Machember Robert L. “Rob” Manson Amy L. Paradee-Jewell Michael J. “Mike” Prince Russell A. St. Pierre Edith A. Stearns Harold M. Stein Nancy I. Tyning June E. Wallace Hope J. (Gaumond) Welch Contributor Judy A. Bailey Claire M. Beliveau Susan Carty Linda J. (Kleinberg) Connell Carol A. (Cagney) Conz Ann M. (Piazza) David James M. “Jim” Dews Frank G. Finch, Jr. Bradford C. “Fitzy” Fitzgerald Gweneth H. Frost Michael J. Gregorich Ralph J. Huber Keith C. James Kimberly A. “Kim” (Nesvet) Katz James F. Kulacz Bruce A. Lyons William L. “Bill” Mattavi Kenneth C. O’Brien Erika L. (Steckler) O’Leary Adrian F. O’Leary Laurie S. (Bergoffen) O’Shea James F. Quinn, Jr.

Tracy A.D. (Desmarais) Rutherford-Smith Kathleen J. Vorse Vicki L. Weston Patricia J. Woodcome

John S. Pavao Katrina L. (Meyers) Posner Shannen L. Sharkey Contributor Carla De Melogue (Hall) Benoit Holly A. Beretto Douglas J. Craw Richard L. Eaton, II Jason M. Forbes Nelson C. Goes John P. Gouveia John T. Greeley Marie R. Greeley Thomas J. Hannon J. Douglas “Doug” Harreys Lisa M. (Altham) Hickey Ernest R. Hudziec Songim Imm Jennifer L. Lotane Irene G. Machemer Raymond C. McArdle Annamarie McGowan Lynda H. Paradis Ely Prussin James A. Ramsdell James P. Reilly Debra L. “Debi” Rix Cheryl A. Rogers Joseph S. Siegel Sarah K. Theriault Michael H. Vorse

Class of 1993

President’s Council Fellow Jeffrey R. “Jeff” Bailey Colleen M. (Dunleavy) Rawlings Hampshire Society Suzanne “Anne” (Chapro) Daniel Gregory K. “Greg” Fuchs Monadnock Society Kathleen “Kathy” (Gearhart) Aluia Thomas J. Black, Jr. Julie Cris Cohen-Selman Christopher Cordeiro Kristin J. (Hartness) Law Charles F. “Chuck” Phair Brian F. Ward Granite Society Lauren B. (Schneider) Aimi Anne M. Cerami Linnea G. Danna Richard A. “Rich” Davidson Lisa A. DeRusha David R. Duffy David J. Girouard Sherry L. Harding John R. Harper David J. Naff Patricia A. Nichelson Nina M. Nilsson Deborah L. “Debbie” (Jacob) O’Keeffe Nancy K. Parsons

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Class of 1994

President’s Council Founder Paul M. Goyette President’s Council Fellow Mehdi Belhassan Cheryl A. (Hilchey)Blackwood Paul M. Read

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Monadnock Society Gregory J. “Greg” Allsop Thomas E. “Tom” Burke Louis F. “Lou” Cardaropoli Christopher M. “Chris” Chase Roberta N. DeGrandis Joseph P. “Joe” Gonzalez Joanne G. (Guilliford) Hoban Genevieve M. McGillicuddy Andrew K. “Andy” Morse Granite Society Coronna A. “Cori” (Lavoie) Antinelle Gidget Greco Kenneth W. “Ken” Harding, Jr. Charles E. Lane Philip C. MacMillan Robert A. Nurse Maurice A. Richard, Jr. Cheryl A. Savard Brian J. Schulz Richard G. Venglass Dina S. (Sawicki) Vernon Jennifer B. (Marx) Ward Geneva S. West

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Contributor Carol Ann Balboni Stacy E. (Torgerson) Blanco Nicole Chouinard Raymond J. Coon Lynda J. Cutts Danielle L. Decker Cassandra L. Dionne Robert C. Douglas Karen D. Erickson Racheal E. “Merry” Goddard Jacki B. Hanchett Timothy A. House Daniel R. “Dan” Kane David R. Kinsman Debra R. McLaughlin Catherine M. (Cullagh) Meyer James E. Partridge Claytawn L. “Clay” Richmond Christa Diane (Chabot Foran) Roth Amanda M. (Benson) Smith Linda A. Snow Jeffrey M. Spoor Charles R. Sullivan Lorna A. Thomas Robert D. Tocher Kathleen E. Weber

Class of 1995

President’s Council Patron Jill A. Astmann President’s Council Fellow Andrea M. Brode Hampshire Society Michael R. Blanchette Leigh-Anne Sherman

* Deceased, # Graduate Degree

Monadnock Society Kimberly “Kim” (Brissette) Guberman Jill R. Meister Chester F. “Chet” Porowski, Jr. Walter E. Proctor Patrick T. Renna Joy K. (Palmer) Whitaker Granite Society Derek R. Allard Sandra H. “Sandy” (Hansen) Bigham Matthew B. Burke Martha L. Chase John M. Daly Mark E. Doyle Michelle K. Girard Draeger David C. Hamel Janet L. Hamel Rebecca J. (Hannula) Howard Louise F. Lafreniere John Michael Lawrence Michele R. Penna Brian J. Perreault Lisa C. Quintal Terry J. Rudziensky Melissa M. (Zangari) Sampson Jeffrey E. Smith Richard M. Vermeiren Rebecca V. “Becky” (Ogonoski) Yacovino Contributor Donna M. Berube Michael P. Borek David W. “Dave” Bradbury Kathleen J. (Cusson) Cail Mary E. Carrington Douglas E. Clark Natalie J. Davis Patricia “Patty” Dean Martin B. Decatur Brian T. Delaney Kristina J. “Tina” Derby Michael B. Dougherty Jennifer L. Driskill Sharon J. (Marti) English Karen D. Erickson Robert J. Faas, Jr. Nicholas E. Farone Janet L. (Daley) Foote Christina M. Galeone Margaret A. Hanson Jennifer L. (Connary) Harper Steve N. Jackson Donald G. Jelley Jr. Patricia A. (Jutras) Kenney Jeanne M. LaBelle Jason E. “Jay” McCormack Marian A. Mucci Jeanne L. (Frost) Myers Jon Scott Nichols Cheryl A. Paakkonen Kerri A. (Jendras-Burstein) Pritchet Thomas W. Proctor Linda Sheridan

Wendy K. Slate Berman Yvonne J. Smulders Patrick A. Taylor Jennifer G. (Cialfi) Vamvakas Maureen J. White Kathleen A. Donegan-Willette Sandra L. “Sandy” Williams

Class of 1996

President’s Council Fellow Andre T. Aho Sarah R. (Rice) Drawec Shawn M. Drawec Hampshire Society William R. Currier Mary Karen V. “Karen” Wirein Monadnock Society Gerald F. Boyle Colleen L. (Evans) Chase Kenneth M. “Ken” Ervin David D. Tauscher Michelle R. (Detlor) Tuttle Granite Society Richard A. Alexander Cassandra J. “Cassie” Beckwith Jennifer E. (Brown) Brannon Carolyn A. (Cole) Candelora Maurice K. Gallimore Vicky J. Gauthier Lisa M. (Mikkalsen) Jaskolka David H. Knowles Michael R. LaVallee Eva B. (Bergsten) Meredith Contributor Patricia A. (Morrison) Batten Martin J. Caproni Nancy A. (Araskiewicz) Dorman Francis S. “Frank” Dornik* George E. Dorsett Diane M. (Ouellette) Dussault Jean W. Dziedzinski Edward L. Evans Geraldine J. Faucher Brice W. Friedman* Diane P. Fukuda Sabrina F. (Barnes) Harlan Chad M. Henderson Brian S. Hess Lawrence S. “Larry” Holman Neal C. Jennison Jonathan “Ki” Jung Lisa A. Keith Alyson D. Knox Christina L. Lawrence Christopher E. “Chris” Munson Joan M. Pelkey Jessica E. Schneider Peter J. Scuderi Jason R. Serra Cecily A. Stover-Lee Jessica E. Tanner

Gregory O. Trefsger Louis D. Vamvakas Beverly J. Vasquez Anthony B. Waters Lynne A. Westaway

Class of 1997

President’s Council Fellow Kathy M. Ouellette Hampshire Society William R. Currier Michael J. “Mike” Hanley Kristen R. Jaccodine Anthony J. Jardim Sheila D. Pierson-Roy # Monadnock Society David J. “Dave” Collum # Michael K. Norris Tracy L. (Langlois) Rader Mark E. Saltsman Tara M. Wilkinson Granite Society Brian S. Bodnar Sarah E. Carpenter Margaret L. (Gagner) Clayton Dalia Diaz Mark E. Doyle # Maryellen C. Dufresne Edward A. Ellis Richard J. Formalarie Heather J. (March) Hurley William E. Hurley Gladys Kurpiel William R. “Bill” Machemer # Deborah L. Manning Gail R. Noble Eliezer Rivera Jonathan J. Rose Anita A. Watson-Hoodiman Contributor Catherine E. (Dallon) Archambault Susan E. Bentley Carol J. Boisvert Albert C. “Chuck” Cefalo Sally A. Crosby Donna M. (Lewis) Curtis Amy A. (Atherton) Farone Marie R. Greeley Margaret A. Hanson # Patricia A. (Jutras) Kenney Todd A. Lane Charlotte E. (Brown) Lebzelter Irene G. Machemer Elizabeth Marks Max R. Mayo Jennifer L.M. (Moore) McCullough Kimberly A. “Kim” (Krisch) Muniz Janice Olsen James F. Quinn, Jr. Mary Renn Jennie R. (Meister) Rogers

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Class of 1998

President’s Council Fellow Melissa A. Conway Cynthia Y. (Young) Stango Hampshire Society Jonathan A. “Jon” Cipollina Ronald A. Ferris, Sr. # Monadnock Society Brian M. Archibald Michael G. Blood # Mandi L. (Kmiec) Cerrone Dorothy J. Duclos Elizabeth A. “Liz” (Nelson) Ervin Michael P. Lee Melissa D. Soule Cheryl L. Suliveras Granite Society Scott W. Beausoleil # Danielle M. Caputo # Mark Q. Centola Bernard L. Dudley Y. Frank Gruber Kristine K. “Kris” Henley Joella M. Hutchinson Keith E. Manheck Charles P. McAllister Sherry L. Mobley Justina M. Patrick Michele R. Penna # Jonathan M. Pessant Sarah E. Probst Jamie J. Rankin Libby M. Richardson Debbie L. Robinson Pamela A. Sanderson Cheryl A. Savard Contributor Jennifer A. Bashaw Elizabeth L. Biron Michael G. Brown Dennis R. Bumford Jeanna M. (Andreoli) Caproni Steven P. Catania Richard E. Cecchetti Dianne (Tucker) Coventry Sibylle Hall Jessica (Thompson) Hebert Patricia A. (Jutras) Kenney # David J. Kenney # Roland Lamy Diana E. Levesque Christopher R. Lucas Paula M. McCallion Angela D. (Beaudoin) Mergel William E. Mongeon James K. Mulrennan

David M. Patterson Wayne S. Philpott-Jones Frances M. Potvin Jared E. Rehberg Leah M. Stevens Susan B. Stevens Nicole A. “Nikki” Torday Renee M. Wight Nikki (Winston) Witham

Class of 1999

President’s Council Fellow Andrea M. Brode # Hampshire Society Lynne E. Currier Henry J. McDermott Christian W. Rakshys Monadnock Society Shari A. LaPierre W.L. Bradford “Brad” Laslett Paul F. O’Connell Granite Society Michael J. Agri Gregory P. Austin Christina L. “Christy” (Santiago) Bodnar Derica L. Carty Pierre B. Collins Charles E. Lane # Judith A. McCashland Michael J. “Mike” Morgan Gail R. Noble Mark E. O’Donnell Erika L. (Goguen) Paradis Daniel G. Robitaille Mark A. Stokvis James J. Yannizze # David C. Zononi Contributor Toni E. (Jerome) Belair Marilyn A. Bell # Jason Butterworth Richard A. Dickson # Erica J. Foisy Jaime N. (Ouellette) Girouard Rachel P. (Freibaum) Karfeld Assunta M. (Moberg) Kerr Brian M. Kleinman Dawn B. Macellaro Amanda B. MacKinnon Alicia J. McConaha Jennifer C. Nadeau Pamela E. (Todd) Newcombe Amy J. (Mannion) Nichols Keith O’Brien Claudia E. Pazmino William R. Roberts Michael E. Ronayne Lori H. (Liss) Sackett Angela M. (Bilodeau) Smith Amy K. Spencer Kathleen K. Whitcomb

Class of 2000

Hampshire Society Cory S. Dinon Michael D. Park Pamela S. Urban-Morin # Monadnock Society Erin A. Bronson Robert R. Hobbs Catherine S. (Melisi) Schirmer# Granite Society Judith H. Barbera Andrea F. Beaudette Pamela L. Brenner # Ryan J. Burns Elizabeth M. Cannon # Terry X. Cutter Jennifer K. DeFronzo Derek C. Eastman # Timothy M. Furlong Nancy A. Granada Kristin L. Guiffra Christina M. Hogue Jeremy D. Kellett Joseph J. Maccarone # Sheila M. Marquette Susan J. (Holden) Martin Barbara L. (Melchin) Martin Kathryn D. (Newton) Miller Ray E. Nault, Jr. James M. Nicholson # Gail M. Reed Sean P. Sanderson Stephanie K. (Peck) Sutterlin# Christopher J. Trolla William F. “Bill” Werner # Meghann K. (Long) Zononi Contributor Rachael (Sangster) Alexander Evelyn A. Benson Christopher C. Blanchard Kathleen J. (Cusson) Cail # Robert B. Camp # Michelle S. (Hill) Catania

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President’s Council Fellow Michael R. Gasper Hampshire Society Francis H. Donovan # James M. Dunphy # Shirley A. English-Whitman Monadnock Society Linda A. (Horan) Librizzi

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Contributor Elizabeth L. Biron Carla N. Christman Jean M. (Olstad) Cliché Richard J. Defeo Eileen A. Delahanty Huw I. Evans Jaclyn S. (Smith) Frenette Georgette R. Goodman* Kelly J. Gross Alison C. (Smith) Kearney Colin F. Kearney Diane E. LaPointe Amanda L. Lodge Christopher R. Lucas # Kathy L. McLaughlin Heather L. O’Dell Cheryl A. Paakkonen Nicole M. “Nikki” (Apressos) Schlenner Kevin J. Shirvell Faith B. Smulian Winifred R. Telles Joshua D. Veilleux Lindsay M. Webb

Class of 2002

President’s Council Patron Ahmad Boura # President’s Council Fellow Cherly A. (Hilchey) Blackwood # Ulysses E. Shields # Hampshire Society Eric J. Burney John A. Casamassima Scott R. Loiseau Jennifer L. (Sackett) Park David S. Thayer Monadnock Society Kenneth E. Beaudette Justin E. Blood Garrett A. Capone Jennifer L. Facey Malachy B. Higgins Jason M. Longley Madonna J. McKenzie # Granite Society David R. Bennett # Fred H. “Fred” Bills Barbara Hansen # Ronald J. Harbour # Danielle M. (Rivard) Hilstro # Jeremy D. Kellett # John R. Learson Craig M. Marcantonio Kristina M. (Taranto) Mentzer Jack Mobley Michael J. “Mike” Morgan # Ryan R. Morrissey Daniel W. Stearns James J. Yannizze # Contributor Erica-Beth Antonucci JR P. Belanger

Sara A. Bergeron Christopher J. Blunt # Sally A. Crosby # Lisa M. (Tibbetts) Dacko Andrew E. Dexter Timothy J. “Tim” Esposito Gregory L. “Greg” Goncalves Tara A. Guay Wylie S. Haggerty Jessica (Cilley) Ialuna Mark R. Krider # Emily J. Liskow Melissa M. McConnell Tanya M. (Bennett) Navarra Crystal R. Noonan Wendy S. (Roth) O’Donohue Kristen M. Paino Denise K. Pantzer Jenny M. Petronis Michael W. Porcaro Steven A. Santiago Thomas J. Silva Christopher D. Staake Patrick A. Taylor # Irene E. (Smith) Terranova

Class of 2003

Hampshire Society Michael P. Callahan James C. “Tiny” McAuliffe Jonathan G. White Monadnock Society Kenneth M. “Ken” Ervin # Linnea M. Fraser # John F. Howe # Elizabeth Lyons # Paul H. McAuliffe Evan P. McGee Stephanie A. Thompson Granite Society Michael J. Bartkus

James T. Connell Jennifer L. (Koachman) DeGeorge Tara S. Demeyer Tori A. (Campbell) Gelinas Rachel L. House Jonathan T. Kabak Lori B. Key # Nichole L. King Anthony L. Krall George Christopher “Chris” McGarry Inna G. Milovzorova Elena Y. Perez Karrie A. (Stone) Steinberg Adam P. Steinberg Linda L. Young Contributor Scott H. Baker Angela Estes Barry Matthew F. Bary Jeremy J. Beach Julianne Behnke Claire M. Beliveau # Clermont Joseph Boutin Stephanie A. (Bradley) Caragher Sara E. Cheeseman Cynthia L. Edgecomb Jared Espino Erin M. Gordon # Elaine M. Graham Hilary S. Greenleaf Carolyn H. Hall Kelley A. Hartmann Carol A. Hatem Kelly M. Henry Chalam M. (Smith) Hosig Kathleen T. Kotakis # Lori J. Lafayette Melissa M. Laplume Sarah E. Ledoux Amanda L. MacGee Robert Martel Jacqueline M. McDunnah Annemarie McGowan # Suzanne H. McKee John S. Meddaugh Jon Scott Nichols # Glenn W. Oja Elizabeth A. O’Toole Chrystean F. Page Troy Palmer # William J. “Bill” Parkinson Bonnie J. Patten-Mitchell Wendy M. Prescott JoAnne M. Sevigny Judy B. Simpson Jaclynn (Wright) Stromgren Lindsey D. Tishler Sheryl Anne Trombly Heidi W. Wheeler George A. Yameen

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President’s Council Fellow Susan A. Edwards # Hampshire Society G. Andrew Bucci John T. Dembishack Shirley A. English-Whitman Matthew M. Weagle Monadnock Society Dante E. Blancarte Bruce B. Hart # Lynda M. Hunt Shari A. LaPierre Michelle R. (Detlor) Tuttle Granite Society Jason T. Bourque Veron P. Browne Jonathan W. Butler Christine A. (Sala) Clemmer Benjamin M. Clemons Matthew G. Cormier Thomas Crawford # Clinton N. Daggan Kristin E. (Stoll) Daggan Christopher J. DeGeorge Joshua P. Jacobs George Christopher “Chris” McGarry Subramanian Muniasamy # John F. Neary Derek R. Rodgerson Domenico Roma Rachael L. Ryan Tara K. (Pietraszuk) Shollenberger Contributor Christopher F. Anderson Kathy A. Belanger Tara C. (Durgin) Bemis # Geoffrey A. Caldwell Kimberly J. Charland Dean M. Collins Ann M. Dewey Debra M. Dockum Dianne M. (LeBlanc) Ehrlich Tyler R. English Jennifer M. (Scott) Forry Remi M. Francoeur Trevor Z. Frenette Heather M. Gaj Tammy J. Gero Georgette R. Goodman # * Kevin M. Gorham # Marybeth Anne Houseman Colleen P. Houseman J. Dean Jarvis # Joseph P. Jones # Deborah M. Jones Jeffrey M. “Jeff” Joslyn Rebecca J. (Hamlet) Kapple Jessica R. Kearney Alexis M. Kirk Raymond R. Lafortune # Jo Ann L. Langelier # Amy D. Lewis

Timothy C. Long Noah W. Manders Patricia Martino Diana F. Millett Diane Elaine Morris David R. Mura Jill E. Nathanson Amanda L. (Sharkey) Piper Marsha Poor Michael G. Quinlan # Amy L. Renczkowski Nancy R. Searles Michel E. Stilphen Karen M. Streeter # Jillian A. Tente Meghan L. Welcome Jon P. Wicks Peter D. Williams Zachary J. “Zach” Wood Yunfa Yu Patrick V. Zlydak

Class of 2005

President’s Council Fellow Susan A. Casey Victoria “Vicky” Rank Hampshire Society William G. Costa # Kathleen L. “Kate” Howell Devin M. Sheehan Terrell L. Boston Smith Monadnock Society Katherine M. Draus Arthur A. Hembrough # Kyle R. Provost Derek M. Scalia Granite Society Denise Barilone Patricia E. Boutin-Skene Karen Brown # Tanesha M. Cason Meghan E. Cotter Kristen M. (Costa) Francoeur Kimberly Ann Habich Sarah E. (Stevens) Leonard Mark Richard Lyons # Amanda Matarese John P. “JP” Morgan Susan M. Skewes Samuel Gordon Stolzar Marion D. (Pilling) Stone # Rebecca Ann Stowe # Contributor Rebecca L. (Robitaille) Bagtaz Michael D. Bagtaz John C. Batten Annie E. Behrens Frank Blais Colleen M. Burke Heidi A. (Cozzens) Cerullo Kyle G. Covino Linda M. Daniel Matthew T. DePuydt Toni-Lynn Flewelling # Hilary S. Greenleaf #

Jessica L. Holbrook Michael J. Hughes Jane Kaelin Laura J. King Theresa A. Leppard # Craige L. Leppard # Kevin S. Liu Adam D. Marsh Lela T. (Mills) Mazzo Justin L. McCoubry Karen Jane Moran # Jonathan H. “Jon” Muller Matthew J. “Matt” Naffah Kristen A. (Bartini) Naffah Rohan C. Providence Keith D. Richmond Bridget M. Riley Thomas Lee Rittenhouse Katrina M. Rotondi Zulma Saavedra-Franco Caitlin Silva Kelley A. Smith Ryan Kathleen Smyth Briana L. (Bates) Stroud Witold Joachim Tatkowski Bradford Paige Todd # Luz M. Torres Krassimira K. Tzekova # Sarah E. Walsh E. Berch Willard # Matthew B. Wright

Randall J. Fenton Dana N. Frazao Ashlee R. Gallagher Kelly K. Graham Brandi L. Guertin Nathaniel B. Horowitz Kaylin R. Kurkoski Kara LaSalle Steven L. Libby # Meghan E. Malloy Candice L. McDaniel Amy L. Mitson # Nichole M. Monaghan Christopher J. Moran Nathanial J. Moran Christine F. (Fricano) Mullaney Michael John Mullaney # Karen Power Alison Robin Power Melissa L. Richards Brian Paul Roy # Kirt D. Sampson Christopher D. Shank Elliot M. Shea Samantha L. St. John Steven M. Stanley George M. Varoudakis Tara J. Vece Rebecka L. Wallace

Class of 2006

President’s Council Fellow Eric M. Ellis Monadnock Society Kelcey Fanara Matthew F. “Matt” Fisher Stephen C. “Steve” Lacey Paul A. Lambert Caitlin M. Nurge Bambang Nursuwito David Reid Matthew G. Soule Shirley Stockmeyer # Andrew D. VanNess Craig S. Weeks Granite Society Elizabeth M. Allen Robert J. Arduini Caitlin D. Barker Melonie A. Bickford Laura B. Blanchard Stephen V. Brown Edward J. Christiansen # Maria N. Clifton Aaron W. (Whaland) Darland Jennifer L. (Koachman) DeGeorge # Jennifer DeSantis Bryan A. Duplissie Derek C. Eastman # Gerene L. (Selmer) Ellis Daniel James Evans # Mallory M. (Letendre) Farinato Amanda M. Feather

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Katelyn M. Husereau Heather A. Jacobs Jude M. Jennings Sarah E. Jez Eric T. Johnstone Jaclyn M. Jussif Janice K. Kelly Valerie L. Kennedy # Alena Nickolayevna Krutikova-Bell Arun D. Lazarus Kirby E. Lecy Joseph W. Lehman Michael Liik Andrew Scott Litz # Kaitlyn T. Llewellyn Tamika T. Lucas Paul Evan Luster Lauren Ann MacMillan Abigail A. (Nichols) May Jacob C. McFarlane Amy K. McMullin Sean N. Meehan Lauren M. Mikesell Sarah M. Moniz Robert S. Morris Michael C. Nadeau Sean J. O’Brien Ann Michelle O’Keefe # Craig P. O’Keefe Alexis Ozimek Christopher J. Parsons # Joyce Susan Parsons Bonnie J. Patten-Mitchell Brian A. Perkins Ashley M. Peterson Alexander J. Picinich Daniel Patrick Pickens Carlotta Lilback Pini # Michael Roger Plante Brendan W. Potter Donna Lee Raymond Leah I. Reese Thomas Lee Rittenhouse Sharon Marie Ryan Coretta M. Ryan Peter J. Scagliarini Lisa M. Shea Colin Lloyd Skinner David J. St. Lawrence Benjamin J. Tanner Melissa J. Teer Lisa M. Trombley Donna Mae Weldon Virgil S. Wetmore Soren M. Wills Angie M. Wirtanen

Class of 2007

President’s Council Founder Francis J. “Joe” Buchanan President’s Council Fellow Daniel Clay Jenkins Stephanie Dee Kalivas Hampshire Society Brian J. DelSavio Shirley A. English-Whitman #

Monadnock Society Sara R. Estis Amanda M. Lundy Robert Michael “Bob” Mancini Kristofor A. Mills Gregory B. Redding Erin K. Rodman Trent E. Spiner Granite Society Denise Barilone Elizabeth W. Battey Patrick J. Bauch Kenneth Botelho Justin J. Brown Paul H. Butler Neil J. Cacciola Elizabeth M. Coelho Nicholas W. Cowden Melissa R. Dunsing Michael W. Farrell Michael J. Feetham Megan E. Forte Sara E. (Purcell) Giovanangelo Kyle Graham LeRoy P. Graham # Maegan J. Gross William Knaus David J. Mattern Sean R. Mayo Tracey E. McDermott David Christopher Myers Vincent C. Pennell Michael J. Rosa Cheryl A. Savard # Joshua C. Sigsworth Kamla Noelle Taylor Craig Venzke # Contributor Jessica J. Allsop Linnea C. Authier Angela C. Barone Meaghan E. Bellegarde Krystal E. Berrouard Lauren J. Bibby Marigan F. Bishop Sarah E. Blake Lindsay E. Bovenizer Courtney A. Breese Dana M. Brewer Christina L. “Nina” Brigante Brett Burnham Whitney L. Carlson Jacob S. Christman Bryan A. Coady Kevin J. Dailey Talita M. DaSilva Siobhain M. Dooley Linda D. Economu Amanda M. Ege Alison Elliott # Joseph A. Fagella Scott E. Farr Evan J. Fata Christopher J. Foster Daniel E. Fox Michelle F. Frazer

Sean M. Gelinas Robert P. Gerety, Jr. Jason Donald Gilbert Anthony L. Giovanangelo Kristen Robyn Goodenough Erin M. Gordon # Corinne A. Goulet Xiaolan Guan Tammi M. Guertin Ashley Lynn Hayes Robin N. Hicks Melissa E. Holland Erin M. Hopkins Philip Robert Houle # Kristen S. Houseal Andrew W. Jacobs Jeung H. Kang Jordan P. Kelley Bory Kem Peter D. Kirchmann Kristen R. Lake Jeffrey E. LaPointe Kristina M. Lehmann Matthew Leite Stacey (Holmes) Little Joseph P. Luginsland Jonathan P. Maher Steven M. Marinelli Michael R. Marione Ethan R. Marsh Kerrilyn Matarese Timothy M. McCarthyBercury Steven A. McCormack Brian W. McCoy Nicole M. McKinnon Steven M. Menard Keith E. Minsinger Collette Marie Nadeau Erin M. Nichol Eric S. Niedomys Matthew Lee Norcross Michael O’Leary # Joshua A. Olsen Stephanie E. Orlando Kathleen A. O’Shea Bethany Nichole Pelletier Lillian Elizabeth Pittman Stephen J. Pleva Joshua William Poisson Anne E. Power Lisa Roy Allison E. Saja Nancy R. Searles Amanda M. Sheehan Brandon M. Shorey Jordan S. Silverman Kathleen L. Silvia Colin Lloyd Skinner Allison E. Smith Juliana R. Spence Ryan T. St. Cyr Ashley E. Steele Jacquelyn Janese SteidelSantiago Juliann C. Stokes Matthew S. Sullivan Rebecca J. Theoret # Thuwaiba Jamila Thezine Marian C. “Cate” Thurston

Derek Matthew Tishler Claire Anne Tratnyek Kathleen King Tryon Christopher Michael Tufano Brandon David Viner Ryan Thomas Voelkl Kristyne Nicole Walker Michael C. Walsh Sarah B. Weeks Haley S. Wile Michael Kevin Willis Lisa Maria Zizza

Class of 2008

President’s Council Fellow Susan A. Casey Jennifer L. Ferreira Hampshire Society Scott R. Loiseau # Mary Karen V. “Karen” Wirein# Monadnock Society Rebecca M. Aalto Nicholas A. Barbu Jessica A. Bishop Christopher Michael Ciota Christina M. D’Amore Brian M. DellaBernarda Patricia S. Donahue Karli Mae Ferris Karen M. Grywalski Ashley L. Helie Anna R. Ingraham Arikka D. Knights Hannah R. Kurman Emily J. McAndrew Kerry F. Murphy Kelly M. Nolen Katherine M. “Katie” O’Reilly Katie C. Ritter Diana Rose Rodriguez-Ingram Timothy J. Rowe Kaitlin A. Sharpe Mallory M. Shocik Ian D. Stuart Racheal M. VanNostrand Nathan P. Vassill Zachery D. Weight Jameson W. Wheatley Derek R. Wilkins Alicia L. Wunsch Granite Society Emily B. Andersen James R. Averyt Bryan G. Baynes Jeffrey R. Beattie Lauren L. Bentson Ryan J. Burns # Edward J. Christiansen # Paolo G. Corso Krystin M. Dragonetti Elizabeth M. Ellis Justin J. Guerin Joshua A. Jacques Susan J. (Holden) Martin # Richard G. Miles

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Class of 2009

Hampshire Society Christopher John Giordano Melissa Ann Kapela Toby Lea Martin Coursen W. Schneider Monadnock Society Jaclyn Elizabeth Alessio Jake Adam Bluttal James H. Devine Cassandra M. Ela Jessica L. Summer Katie L. Weeden Granite Society Stephen Mark Altieri Jeffrey M. Babitts Robert W. Decker Kathryn L. Duffey Bryan A. Duplissie # Elizabeth A. Dyer Crista Marie Fontana Amanda Katherine Girard Mary Elizabeth Jelonek Kathleen Elizabeth Judge Leona Mae Leighton Erika Marie McGowan Richard David Myette Robert A. Perretta Francesca Marie Santoro Trisha A. Slowinski Contributor Matthew Ole Anderson Kristen Elizabeth Bean Victor J. Becker Ryan Alexander Boller Patricia A. (Wyatt) Bonaventura # Matthew M. Boudreau Meredith Y. Butler Anthony D. Catinella Kahlie Sue Collier Michelle K. Cota Shannon L. Force Kimberly R. Fuller Derek Michael Gorman Colleen M. Goss Amber Lynn Harmon Jeffrey Henry Jonathan Taylor Holmes Courtney Lee Jacobs Andrew Lehman Michael D. Lima Heather Litt Kimberly Theresa Mainville Brandon Arthur Mancuso Elaine Christine Matthews Sara Elizabeth McGinnes Betty-Ann Rosina McKoy Shane E. Murphy Corey Jon Muscara Brian P. Nichols David Michael O’Brien James John Palmer James Warren Pearson Ashley Elana Pike Jaclyn Theresa Prybella Celine Rainville Christopher Jon Rodriguez

Kimberly C. “Kim” Ruth Jennifer Nicole Ryan Amanda M. Schuchman Emily A. Schultz Patrick Littlewood Shea Daniel E. Shelley Colin Lloyd Skinner # Kimberly Marie Sweet Jared Christopher Wirein

Class of 2010

President’s Council Fellow Victoria “Vicky” Rank # Hampshire Society Kirsten Doldoorian Rachel A. Kimball Monadnock Society William Thomas Clark Kelsie Anna Cooper Nicole Marie Croteau William P. Dugan Rose A. Finlay Jonathan Edward Gordon Benjamin James Goudreau Katie R. Irish Johannah S. Irving Aaron Michael Jacobs Christopher D. Lawton Marie Elizabeth Minardi Taber Wright Morrell Jennifer Rosa Pandolfelli Logan S. Peterson Elizabeth Ann Petrides Ashley Nichole Simone Stephen William Thomas Natalya A. Waye Katie Louise Wilcock Granite Society Jared Z. Barnhard Michael Jerel Barrow Colleen S. Beaver Melonie A. Bickford # Matthew John Dee Brett Nathaniel DiCrescenzo Bailey Christine Gaffney Sara M. Germain Amanda Nicole Gullage Bryce Mainville Denise Nicole Martin Heather F. Modjesky Kiley E. Molinari Alysia Marie Monaghan Jacqueline M. O’Brien Katherine Anne Ristow Kyle S. Roy Stephen J. Schoff, Jr. James R. Sennott Shane Douglas Sevier Joshua C. Sigsworth # Jeffrey S. Silva Stephanie Lynn Simon Justin B. Sultzbach Jon Richard Tuttle Samuel G. Wilson

Caitlin Elizabeth Allard Brigit A. Arell David Michael Bailey Hope Chalice Ball Alexander B. Bronner Rebecca L. Brown Tyler Aaron Brown Mackenzie Rhae Bulych Thomas W. Cote Brandon Richard Cote Annala Marie Derosia Ryan Joseph Deschenes Brigit A. Feeney Meghan E. Flynn Harmony M. Gensch Felicia May Gilcris Brittany C. Gilman Lindsay Anne Goulet Evan Emery Goyette Daniel Chace Groundwater Alexander H. Hajjar Catherine E. Johnson Michael Allen Kusz Daniel Gregory Lang Elizabeth E. Larose Nicholas A. Lenzo Craig Alan Lewis Lisa Jean Lombardo Jeffrey Thomas Lowe Catherine A. Lukianov Walter Kyle Lynch Jillian L. McElroy Carolyn Elizabeth McNeil Corie Ann Merhib Ashley Bartlett Owen Alessia Pagnotta Caitlynn M. Parnell Ashley N. Roberts Holly Crystal Rose Amanda Leigh Samuelian Michele Lynn Sellers Joseph Ralph Sergio Vaughan William Smith Brent M. Steinberg Nozomu Takahashi Bradford C. Thomas Virginia Brook Tirpaeck Kristen A. Tracy Nathaniel David White Adam J. White Maryanne Elizabeth Whitford Cathleen Wilson Jeffrey R. Woods James Richard Yoshikawa

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here are over 18,000 Franklin Pierce University alumni living in all 50 states, the District of Columbia and in over 50 countries throughout the world. Think of it, almost anywhere you go you have a chance of meeting someone with whom you share a most unique story. It is a story worth sharing, and we'd like to ask you to tell it to any high school student thinking about college. Tell it to those whom you feel may be a good match for Franklin Pierce University. These prospective students may be your own or those of a friend, neighbor, co-worker or relative. All you need to do is fill out the coupon in this magazine and give it to that prospective student to send in with their application for admission. Franklin Pierce will waive the $40 application fee as a courtesy to both you and the student. Who knows the value of a Franklin Pierce education better than you? You have enjoyed the personal attention of professors and the extraordinary opportunities that Franklin Pierce provides to its students. Your referral will allow us to introduce a new generation of students to the academic leadership, stimulating and rewarding coursework, interesting faculty, meaningful relationships with other students and a world of new opportunities. Thank you for helping to tell the story of Franklin Pierce University.

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Geographic Distribution of Alumni As of February 2010

USA Aruba Australia Austria Bahamas Belgium Belize Bermuda Canada China Dominican Rep. Egypt England Finland France

17,775 1 3 2 11 1 1 9 25 1 4 2 20 12 1

Germany Ghana Gibraltar Greece Haiti Hong Kong Indonesia Ireland Israel Jamaica Japan Korea Luxembourg Malaysia Netherlands

11 1 2 1 1 1 1 6 1 1 37 2 1 1 4

Northern Ireland Norway Panama Peru Philippines Poland Rwanda Saudi Arabia Scotland Serbia Singapore South Korea Spain Sweden Switzerland

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Thailand Turkey Ukraine United Kingdom West Indies 1 Total 217

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