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FALL 2011

Saint Peter’s College

THE MAGAZINE OF THE JESUIT COLLEGE OF NEW JERSEY

THE GIFT OF THE SAINT JOHN’S BIBLE

GOODBYE CUSHING, HELLO STUDENT CENTER

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FROM THE PRESIDENT AND CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD Saint Peter’s College THE GIFT OF BELIEVING When Saint Ignatius Loyola was asked to open a school for young men in 1547, no one could have imagined that this small band of traveling Jesuits would become the greatest teaching organization the world has ever known. They succeeded because they believed in the power of education to transform minds and souls. More than 400 years later, we are privileged to be the stewards of an institution that has benefited from the many gifts Saint Ignatius and his followers inspired. We believe, because we have witnessed so many wonderful transformations at Saint Peter’s College. We believe in the enduring strength of our Jesuit mission and identity. Our College community is rejoicing over our new partnership with St. Aedan’s: The Saint Peter’s College Church and the generous donation that will bring a Heritage Edition of The Saint John’s Bible to campus. This magnificent gift will be utilized in so many ways, from academics to liturgy, and provides the extraordinary opportunity for members of our College community to touch and experience the Word of God. We believe in our dedicated faculty, administrators and staff who work tirelessly on behalf of students so they may realize their full potential. Most of all, we believe in our students. Like the generations of outstanding Saint Peter’s graduates that came before them, many are still the first in their families to attend college. They are bright, intellectually curious and hungry for opportunities to prove their worth in the workplace and the world. Saint Peter’s students are compassionate, as evidenced by the 16,000 hours of community service donated last year and they are tough competitors. The 2010-2011 year will go down in the history books for the four Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC) Championships, as well as team and individual appearances in NCAA Division I Tournaments and Championships. It is evident that you believe, too. This fiscal year saw a significant increase in gifts to Students

ADMINISTRATION Eugene J. Cornacchia, Ph.D. President Marylou Yam, Ph.D. Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs Virginia Bender, Ph.D. ’78 Special Assistant to the President for Institutional Planning Rev. Michael L. Braden, S.J. Vice President for Mission and Ministry Michael A. Fazio, M.B.A. Vice President for Advancement and External Affairs Denton Stargel Vice President for Finance and Business Terence Peavy, M.S. Vice President for Enrollment Management and Marketing Eileen Poiani, Ph.D. Special Assistant to the President FALL 2011 SAINT PETER’S COLLEGE MAGAZINE Volume 31, Number 1 Editor Sarah Malinowski Director of College Communications Editorial & Design Services Erbach Communications Group Contributors & Editorial Assistance Jamie Bredehoft Shepley Bulfinch Ana M. Cravo Leah Leto ’05 Meredith MacDonald Gloria Mercurio Photography Catherine Mernar Saint Peter’s College Archives SR Smith Sports Photography Jeffrey Vock

at the Center: The Campaign for Saint Peter’s College. Thank you for believing in our students, our mission and our vision to be a leading Jesuit institution, known for its innovation in urban education and for sending forth principled, successful graduates who make a real difference in their professions and communities.

Eugene J. Cornacchia, Ph.D. President

Saint Peter’s College magazine is printed on recycled, elemental chlorine-free paper that is Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) certified and contains post-consumer waste.

Kathleen M. McKenna, Esq. ’75 Chairman of the Board

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On the Boulevard We Rejoice! Campaign Update Annual Report and Year in Review Honor Roll of Donors Peacock Blue Veterans Series Remembering 9/11

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HOW TO REACH US Alumni News and Notes Submit a note online at alumni.spc.edu or send it to: Office of Alumni Relations 2641 Kennedy Boulevard Jersey City, NJ 07306 Letter to the Editor E-mail: smalinowski@spc.edu Editor, Saint Peter’s College magazine 2641 Kennedy Boulevard Jersey City, NJ 07306 Telephone: (201) 761-6239 Fax: (201) 761-6241 On the cover: Peter’s Confession, Donald Jackson, Copyright 2002, The Saint John’s Bible, order of St. Benedict, Collegeville, Minnesota, USA

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ON THE BOULEVARD GUARINI LECTURE SERIES KICKS OFF

Sen. Robert Menendez ’76

The journey from Roy Irving Theatre to the Senate Chamber floor has been nothing short of amazing for Sen. Robert Menendez ’76. The alumnus returned to Saint Peter’s to speak about his quintessentially American story and the future of the country as part of the Guarini Lecture Series held on September 29. The lecture and question and answer session was the second in a yearlong series presented by the Guarini Institute for Government and Leadership.

“As someone who grew up poor, the only way I came to Saint Peter’s College was through Pell and Perkins loans,” said Sen. Menendez. “I understand the power of that educational opportunity, and I am not about to allow America to move backwards in creating the opportunity for future generations of students.” The son of Cuban immigrants, Menendez entered public service as a 19-year-old Saint Peter’s undergraduate

and was elected to the Union City Board of Education in 1974. As a mayor, New Jersey State legislator, congressman and now U.S. Senator, he has been a tireless advocate for health care, homeland security, banking reform and issues that affect the safety, health and well-being of Americans. Attendees at the lecture questioned Sen. Menendez about the current status of the DREAM Act, also known as Development, Relief and Education for Alien Minors, as well as the current state of the Democratic Party. “Having that dialogue and asking the hard questions is one of the things that is most rewarding for students,” said Nicholas A. Chiaravalloti, Esq., executive director of the Guarini Institute for Government and Leadership. “That is our core mission—to give students the opportunity to get in front of influential leaders and ask those questions themselves.” The Guarini Institute provides a non-partisan forum for the discussion of key public policy issues. It was established in 1994 with generous support from New Jersey Congressman Frank J. Guarini H ’94.

INSIDE RARE BOOKS AND SPECIAL COLLECTIONS NS The new Guarini Center for Community Memory in the O’Toole Library houses well-known items such as the congressional papers of retired New Jersey Congressman Frank J. Guarini H ’94. Less known are the 3,000 volumes contained in Rare Books and Special Collections. Among the many treasures: the Dictionary of the English Language, the first known English dictionary authored by Samuel Johnson and published in 1755, and a more than 500-year-old Bible printed 30 years after the first Gutenberg Bible. How the Bible came to Saint Peter’s is still something of a mystery. David Hardgrove, M.L.S., associate librarian who oversees Rare Books and Special Collections, believes the Jesuits brought some of the items when they were exiled from Europe in the 18th century. The Bible and other rare items were discovered when the library began digitizing its records. The new Center also provides dedicated space for special collections that include the personal collected works of famed editor and publisher Robert Giroux, an extensive set of theater 2

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arts titles donated nated by Roy Barnitt, tt, Jr. ’54 and an author’s section featuring works by faculty and alumni. umni. The College’s literary eraryy treasures, says Hardgrove, can finally be displayed and discovered. “I’m really thrilled,” he said. “Having this space available, le, we’re able to show what we have.” ”

Dictionary of the English Language, a rare volume in the O’Toole Library.

Want to know more about Rare Books and Special Collections? Read an extended version of this article at www.spc.edu/news.

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CLASS OF 2015

REACHING ADULT LEARNERS TWO ONLINE DEGREES INTRODUCED

Say hello to the Class of 2015! Freshmen began their first day of classes on August 31. Prior to the start of the 2011-2012 academic year, incoming freshmen became better acquainted with The Jesuit College of New Jersey during First-Year Orientation, held in several sessions throughout the summer. The newest class at Saint Peter’s joins a student body that represents 70 nationalities and speaks nearly 40 different languages.

FOUR FACULTY MEMBERS AWARDED BENE MERENTI

Busy professionals now have the opportunity to complete two academic programs at Saint Peter’s College online. The College is offering its Master of Arts in Criminal Justice Administration and the popular R.N. to B.S.N. (Bachelor of Science in Nursing) to online learners. In recent years, faculty members have conducted classes or portions of classes online, but this marks the first time that Saint Peter’s students will be able to complete an entire degree program online. The College will continue to offer both programs on campus as well. “Saint Peter’s online programs are ideal for career-focused students,” said Marylou Yam, Ph.D., provost and vice president for academic affairs. “They allow motivated individuals who either want to further their current careers or change fields to experience a Jesuit education while still working full time.” The online criminal justice master’s degree program gives students a choice of concentrations in either Police Administration or Federal Law Enforcement Agency Administration. Like the on-campus program, it is based on core principles of ethical leadership, responsible management and constitutional justice. A business component enables students to learn how to be organizational leaders in the criminal justice field. The R.N. to B.S.N. is geared toward nurses who have already attained their R.N. license. With a B.S.N., nursing professionals have a wider choice of health care settings to practice in and are attractive candidates for positions because patient outcomes are improved when nurses have baccalaureate degrees. The program also prepares nursing students for graduate study. Courses for online degree programs are scheduled to be launched this academic year. For more information, visit www.saintpetersonline.com.

Saint Peter’s College honored four faculty members with Bene Merenti awards at the Faculty Convocation held on September 6. The Bene Merenti is conferred each fall on faculty members, administrators and staff who have given 20 years of faithful and loyal service to the College. Recipients included: Michael Doody, M.B.A. ’90, associate director for the Center for Advancement in Language and Learning (CALL); Barbara Melchione, M.A., director of CALL; Lisa O’Neill, Ph.D., professor of philosophy, and Fatima Shaik, M.A., lecturer in the communication department. The ceremony also recognized Robert Koch, M.B.A., associate professor of accounting; John Munro, M.A., adjunct lecturer of history; and Anne Rosario, B.A., director of EOF (Equal Opportunity Fund), for 40 years of dedicated service to Saint Peter’s. Saint Peter’s College s Fall 2011 3

WE REJOICE! It is a time of great joy for the Saint Peter’s College community. Support of Students at the Center: The Campaign for Saint Peter’s College is enriching our Jesuit Mission and Identity in profound ways. The generosity of a single benefactor will bring a Heritage Edition of The Saint John’s Bible to campus, a celebrated work that will deepen our connections with each other and God. Campus ministry programs are thriving. And St. Aedan’s: The Saint Peter’s College Church is alive with spiritual and faith-filled activity led by the Jesuits of Saint Peter’s.

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This illumination from The Saint John’s Bible has special significance for the Saint Peter’s College community. The scene is the Confession of Peter and the image is Jesus’ acceptance of God’s revelation to Peter that he is both Christ and the Son of God. Jesus selects Peter to be the leader of the Apostles, stating, “And on this rock I will build my church.” Saint Peter’s College s Fall 2011 5

THE GIFT OF THE SAINT JOHN’S BIBLE A timeless work of sacred art, created to bring alive the Word of God, is coming to Saint Peter’s.

Images of The Saint John’s Bible. Above (left): An opening spread from Wisdom Books shows the Garden of Desire illumination from Sirach 24 by Suzanne Moore, © Terry Anderson Photography. Right (top to bottom): An artist works on the gilding of the Heritage Edition of The Saint John’s Bible, © Derek Evan, HUW Evans Agency, Cardiff, Wales; His Holiness Pope Benedict XVI pages through the Wisdom volume of The Saint Peter Apostles Edition of The Saint John’s Bible at a meeting of the Papal Foundation, © photographic Service L’Osservatore Romano; Master Calligrapher Donald Jackson, © Michael Freeman, Michael Freeman Photography, London, England.

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t is a gift like no other. As part of a gift to Students at the Center, a single benefactor is bringing a Heritage Edition of The Saint John’s Bible to The Jesuit College of New Jersey this year. The fine art reproduction of the first known handwritten and illuminated Bible in more than 500 years will strengthen the College’s Catholic and Jesuit identity. “The whole idea of the Bible is that this was to be the living Word of God that is out and available to the public,” said the College’s Vice President for Mission and Ministry Rev. Michael L. Braden, S.J. “The assumption is that this is a Bible that is going to be used.” The original Saint John’s Bible was commissioned by Saint John’s Abbey in Wales and Saint John’s University in Collegeville, Minn. Spearheaded by renowned calligrapher Donald Jackson, teams of artists in Wales and scholars in Minnesota worked together to create a multivolume Bible that is, in the words of His Holiness Pope Benedict XVI, “a work for eternity.” The Heritage Edition, which is limited to 299 editions, is an extraordinary combination of calligraphy and illumination that will serve as a learning and spiritual tool for the entire campus community. Fr. Braden noted that the Bible could enrich liturgy through a scriptures course or prayer services centered on the illuminations, and could also be taken “on the road” to share with other parishes. “It becomes prayerful as people look at the illuminations,” he said. “To read it forces you to slow down and become contemplative. It becomes a meditation of God’s word if you give it time.” The Bible will also be a valuable resource for the study of history, theology, art history, fine arts and other academic disciplines. Best of all, said Associate Professor of Fine Arts Beatrice Mady, “Our students can touch and actually feel the pages. It’s a spectacular thing for us to have.” In many faith-based College communities, The Saint John’s Bible has sparked deeper connections with Catholic social teaching. “The offices of Campus Ministry and Community Service are doing an outstanding job of engaging students and building on the Jesuit ideal of developing ‘Men and Women for Others,’” said Michael A. Fazio, vice president of advancement and external affairs. “We hope The Saint John’s Bible provides the opportunity for more alumni and friends to learn about the vibrant spiritual life on campus and the initiatives that will take it to the next level.” To support the College’s Jesuit Mission and Identity priority, or to learn more about The Saint John’s Bible, please contact Jamie Bredehoft at (201) 761-6114, or jbredehoft@spc.edu.

A nationwide movement of interfaith cooperation iis underway and Saint Peter’s College students are a part of it. Titled “Betterr Together,” Together ” the initiative is designed to mobilize students on campuses throughout the country to be a force for inclusion. Last summer three Saint Peter’s students, who also serve on the College’s Interfaith Council, attended a leadership training program at Georgetown University that was conducted by the Interfaith Youth Core (IFYC), the sponsor of “Better Together.” “The idea is that when people share faith and tradition together, when they act and serve together, when they work for a common cause… we are all better together,” explained Mary Sue Callan-Farley, director of campus ministry. Luis Cruz ’13 described the leadership training as energizing and inspiring. “It showed us that people from different backgrounds can come together and talk about their identities and similarities instead of their differences,” he said. “‘Better Together’ will be a great thing for Saint Peter’s.” In addition to integrating the campaign into robust service and spiritual programs, the Office of Campus Ministry also responded to the President’s Interfaith and Community Service Campus Challenge. President Barack Obama has called on the nation’s colleges to submit plans that model how to build bridges along lines of difference. Saint Peter’s submitted a plan that drew on its legacy of serving immigrant populations in an inclusive community where cura personalis, care for the whole person, rules. In all, 225 colleges participated in the challenge and the White House will recognize the best examples at a future date. Callan-Farley described these interfaith initiatives as positive efforts that are very much in keeping with Saint Peter’s core mission. “Part of the reason we do this is because we are a Jesuit, Catholic school,” she said. “It’s part of our values and it’s a way for us to speak very clearly about what the Catholic Church teaches.” Saint Peter’s College s Fall 2011 7

CELEBRATING A NEW CHAPTER A special Mass held on August 21 to mark the official beginning of St. Aedan’s: The Saint Peter’s College Church was the first step in bringing two faith-filled communities together. The main celebrant, the Most Rev. Thomas A. Donato, D.D., led more than 600 attendees in prayer. Bishop Donato welcomed the inclusion of Saint Peter’s into the historic Jersey City church as a means to sustain and enrich the spiritual life of the St. Aedan’s and College communities.

The Most Rev. Thomas Donato, D.D., led a special Mass on August 21, a celebration that marked the official joining of the Saint Peter’s College and St. Aedan’s communities. 3AINT0ETERS#OLLEGEs&ALL

BRIDGING TWO COMMUNITIES Rev. Vincent Sullivan, S.J., says it’s good to be back in the pastoral world again. The rector of the Saint Peter’s College Jesuit community, Fr. Sullivan has deep experience ministering to Catholic parishes and assumed the role of administrator of St. Aedan’s: The Saint Peter’s College Church in July. “People have been, by and large, welcoming and friendly,” Fr. Sullivan said, noting that the special Mass and communal barbeque held on August 21 “made for a very nice spirit. People expressed gratitude.” The Jesuit is keeping an open mind on the future at St. Aedan’s: The Saint Peter’s College Church. The church continues to serve the community; the calendar is filled with parish rituals such as baptisms and weddings, while cherished parish events like the annual carnival endure. Rev. Peter Gyves, S.J., who joined the Saint Peter’s Jesuit community in July, presides over the Spanish Mass on Sunday. “At our last Mass we had about 150 people from all over Latin America,” said Fr. Gyves, a practicing pediatrician who served as director for the Institute of Investigations in Health Sciences in Guatemala prior to being appointed pastoral associate at St. Aedan’s: The Saint Peter’s College Church. “When I came back home to be involved with this parish, one of my hopes was to minister to a growing Latino community.” The Saint Peter’s Jesuits are also exploring ways to integrate the College into the life of the parish. Events such as the Mass of the Holy Spirit, which marks the start of the academic year, was held at St. Aedan’s: The Saint Peter’s College Church on September 14 and the Baccalaureate Mass will be held at the church in May. The Jesuits hope that the Saint Peter’s community will have more opportunities to learn from the deep traditions of St. Aedan’s and that the faith experience of all will be enriched through Ignatian spirituality. “Right now we’re settling in and getting to know the people and their needs,” Fr. Sullivan noted. “We think there might be a hunger for that type of thing and that a number of people would be primed for Ignatian spirituality programs.”

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Goodbye Cushing,

The demolition phase for a new student center. College President Eugene Cornacchia, manned the excavator.

Cushing Alumni House opened at Saint Peter’s College in 1964. It was named for His Eminence Richard Cardinal Cushing, Archbishop of Boston who visited the College earlier that year. Then College President Rev. Edward Clark, S.J., awarded the Petrean Medal to the Archbishop during his visit. For nearly 50 years, the building at 45 Glenwood Avenue served as the official headquarters for the College’s Alumni Association. 10 Saint Peter’s CollegesFall 2011 3AINT0ETERS#OLLEGEs&ALL

CAMPAIGN UPDATE

Hello Student Center It’s full speed ahead for the student center at Saint Peter’s College. On July 20, the College began demolition on four Glenwood Avenue buildings, including Cushing Alumni House. A few days before the demolition began, alumni and employees paid a formal farewell to Cushing and left personal messages and drawings on the interior walls. Eugene J. Cornacchia, Ph.D., president of Saint Peter’s College, kicked off the event and briefly manned the large excavator for this phase of the project. All four structures have been razed and the site is being readied for the foundation. The official groundbreaking for the student center, a six-story, nearly 90,000-square-foot structure that will be the hub of campus life, was held on October 26. Students, faculty, administrators, city officials, members of the Board of Trustees and other guests attended the groundbreaking ceremony. Students at the Center: The Campaign for Saint Peter’s College, the largest capital campaign in the history of the College, will fund the signature facility.

Alumni and employees left messages and hand drawn images on the walls of Cushing Alumni House prior to the demolition. Following the official groundbreaking for the new student center on October 26, work is proceeding on the six-story facility. The anticipated opening for the student center is 2013. 3AINT0ETERS#OLLEGEs&ALL

A Tribute to ‘Dziadzi’

Alumnus’ grandchildren make $100,000 gift to the student center In 1962, Walter Potyrala did something extraordinary for the time: he completed his bachelor’s degree at age 50. A university student in Poland, Potyrala fled to America in the early 1930s to avoid conscription by the German army. Married and with a family to support, Potyrala worked as a stationary engineer and began a business, but refused to give up his dream of earning a college diploma. His dream finally came true when Walter Potyrala ’62 Saint Peter’s College accepted the majority of the academic credits he earned from three years of study at Jagiellonian University. Potyrala returned to the classroom as a full-time student in 1961, finished his bachelor’s degree and went on to teach foreign languages at Bayonne High School until he retired. The alumnus never forgot the opportunities that Saint Peter’s and the Jesuits afforded him, and neither has his family. Potyrala’s grandchildren, Jamie and Scott Bastek, have made a generous $100,000 gift to Students at the Center: The Campaign for Saint Peter’s College to honor the memory of their grandfather, whom they affectionately called “Dziadzi.” “Our grandfather was the progenitor of our intellectual and academic pursuits,” said Jamie and Scott, whose parents are Carol Potyrala Bastek, Ed.D., ’70 and the late James V. Bastek, M.D., ’67. “Dziadzi was a softspoken influence in our lives who loved his experiences with the Jesuits in Poland. We are also grateful for what Saint Peter’s did for our Dziadzi, as it also helped shape the life of our [family] and our lives as well.” The Bastek family has a deep appreciation for Jesuit education and values. Following in the family tradition of attending Jesuit schools (Carol was in the first class of women to matriculate to the Saint Peter’s day session in 1966), Jamie and Scott are both graduates of Georgetown University.

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Jamie is a physician currently finishing a fellowship in Maternal-Fetal Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania. She earned her medical degree from the Georgetown University School of Medicine and also holds a Master of Science in Clinical Epidemiology from the University of Pennsylvania. Scott earned a Master of Science in Economics from the London School of Economics and works for the San Francisco branch of NERA Economic Consulting, an international economic consulting firm. The Bastek gift will be used for the construction of the new student center and a plaque outside a Student Life conference room will be placed in Potyrala’s honor. The munificent gesture is also in keeping with the family’s tradition of giving to Saint Peter’s. Potyrala made annual gifts to the College and Carol endowed the Dr. James V. Bastek Honors Program in 2004. “We are both privileged to be able to honor our grandfather, who had a vision and a dream, made possible by Saint Peter’s almost five decades ago, because the College took a chance and offered a 50-year-old man an opportunity to be a student again,” Jamie and Scott said. “Dziadzi believed in education and the key it holds to the future. His legacy lives on in us.”

Jamie and Scott Bastek

CAMPAIGN UPDATE

Be a Part of Our Future Students at the Center: The Campaign for Saint Peter’s College is officially underway. Since the Campaign’s gala celebration last May, donors have responded with nearly $2 million in additional gifts, bringing the total raised to date to $46.5 million, which is 75 percent of goal. Donors believe in the priorities established for the largest capital campaign in the history of Saint Peter’s. From the new student center to academics and Peacock Nation, alumni and friends are demonstrating their conviction in the ability of a Jesuit education to empower students and change lives. Be a part of this historic effort and support the Campaign at www.spc.edu/campaign.

To make a gift offline or for further information, contact Jamie Bredehoft, manager of donor relations, at (201) 761-6114 or jbredehoft@spc.edu. For up to the minute updates, visit:

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Great Figures The 139th year of Saint Peter’s College was defined by accomplishments that instilled pride in every member of our community. A few highlights from 2010–2011:

ADVANCEMENT 3,321 donors, including alumni, friends, employees, students and parents made gifts to Saint Peter’s College. 342 new donors signified their belief in Jesuit education with a firsttime gift. Giving to the College increased by 18 percent over Fiscal Year 2010. Students at the Center: The Campaign for Saint Peter’s College officially launched and giving increased more than 54 percent over the previous year. The year closed in excess of $46,000,000 to reach 74 percent of the $62 million goal. More than $24 million was secured for the student center. A record-setting $112,000WASRAISEDDURINGTHETH Annual Regents Business Symposium. The College’s endowment and other investments experienced an 8 percent return.

Students at the Center — Cash and Pledges (as of 6/30/11)

Total Giving: Cash $2,680,260

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Saint Peter Fund – Unrestricted

$1,231,213

$30,000,000

Saint Peter Fund – Annual Scholarships

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YEAR IN REVIEW

ACADEMICS 799 graduates went forth, in the words of Saint Ignatius Loyola, to “set the world afire.” This included 239 graduate degrees and 560 undergraduate degrees. Saint Peter’s enrollment for the year reached 2,382 undergraduates and 628 graduate students. Launched new undergraduate majors in Health and Physical Education and Environmental Studies. Launched a master’s in Criminal Justice.

2010–2011 Enrollment 2,382 Undergraduate Students

628 Graduate Students

Consistent with plans to achieve university designation, the College introduced its 1st doctoral programs. Post master’s students can now pursue a Doctor in Education (Ed.D.) in educational leadership and a Doctor of Nursing Practice (D.N.P.).

MISSION AND MINISTRY Collectively, more than 800 Saint Peter’s students completed nearly 16,000 community service hours at more than 50 organizations. Members of Alpha Sigma Nu, the Jesuit Honor Society, organized the second Ignatian Heritage Week, March 21–31. The 10-day event featured speakers, lectures and cultural programming to raise the awareness of the Ignatian identity of the College. Saint Peter’s welcomed 5 new Jesuits who are enriching nearly every aspect of the College community: academics, campus ministry, student life and pastoral ministry.

ATHLETICS 71 Peacocks and Peahens were named to the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC) Honor Roll in 2010–2011. Qualified candidates have achieved a GPA of 3.2 or higher and are in their 2nd year of academic eligibility. Saint Peter’s clinched 4 MAAC Championships for men’s soccer, men’s basketball, indoor women’s track and field and outdoor women’s track and field. Men’s soccer advanced to the NCAA Tournament for the 3rd time in program history. Lovro Bilonic ’12 became the 1st male swimmer (at Saint Peter’s and in the MAAC) to be invited to compete in the NCAA Division I Swimming and Diving Championships. Men’s basketball made its 1st NCAA Tournament appearance in 16 years, igniting a flood of Peacock fever. Saint Peter’s College s Fall 2011 15

HONOR ROLL OF DONORS Mission & Purpose The President’s Council is a core group of Saint Peter’s alumni and friends who have demonstrated an admirable dedication to the College’s mission and students by generously making an investment of $1,000 or more annually. Johnson & Johnson Kathleen Polychronis KPMG Foundation Margaret Powell David G. McIntee, CPA, CVA ’77 Garry A. Prime ’65 Anthony V. Bastardi & Estate of Louis Mihalovic Richard A. Rendich Educational Fund Marilyn P. Bastardi The Morrison Family Foundation James G. Rizzo ’81 Carol B. Bastek, Ed.D. ’70 Mary Morrison Susan M. & Ralph R. Russo ’70 *AMES*$ALY %SQ Patton Boggs LLP %LIZABETH6IRAY3ANTOS Thomas W. Duncan ’65 Proskauer Rose LLP 2OBB3ANTOS (ON&RANK*'UARINI( Mary C. Reiser Joan K. Schultz, CPA ’71 Independent College Fund of Joseph P. Riccardo ’67 Walter & Louise New Jersey Norman and Bettina Roberts Sutcliffe Foundation Loyola Foundation Foundation, Inc. John M. Tassillo, CPA ’60 The Thomas & Sarah Mac Mahon Family Patricia Q. Sheehan H ’77 Robert L. Tortoriello, Esq. ’71 Charitable Foundation William E. Simon Foundation United Way of Hudson County Thomas P. Mac Mahon ’68 Russell N. Stern ’70 The Edward W. & Stella C. Van Houten M. Brian Maher HA ’07 Memorial Fund William J. Marino ’66 Charles J. Vickers ’47 & Anne B. Vickers Martinson Family Foundation The Whelan Foundation, Inc. McKeen Fund Thomas V. Whelan ’68 Academy Services, Inc. Kathleen M. McKenna, Esq. ’75 & Catherine Amoroso Wickiewicz ’75 & American Chemical Society Joseph A. Vallerini ’75 Thomas L. Wickiewicz, M.D. ’72 Anonymous John P. Murray ’57, H ’02 Francis G. Ziegler ’63 & William R. Armbruster ’71 Joseph A. Panepinto, Esq. ’66 Andrea M. Ziegler Bell Family Foundation PSEG Foundation Public Service Electric and Gas Company William J. Bell ’61 & Ellen J. Bell The Board of Regents of Schumann Hanlon, LLC Saint Peter’s College Estate of Ellen J. Smith ’73 +ENNETH&8!LBERS ( Joseph J. Brogan ’60 Sodexo Campus Services Anonymous Capital One Bank Strategic Development Group William J. Barry, Jr. ’68 The Thomas and Agnes Incorporated !LICE3%DWARD-"OLGER 0H$ Carvel Foundation Kathleen Gilvey Tyrrell, Esq. ’73 & Mary Ellen Bonner Donald R. Conway, Esq. ’55 James E. Tyrrell, Jr., Esq. Thomas W. Burke ’60 Eugene & AnnMarie Cornacchia Mrs. James A. Cardiello Dyan C. & Robert A. Cutro ’75 Robert M. Cashill ’64 Kevin J. Downes ’73 Patrick J. Cassidy, Ph.D. ’61 Bartholomew Erbach ’82 & AT&T Foundation -ARGARET#ONWAY%RBACH Raymond J. Chiu ’86 Donna Falconcino Blauvelt ’81 & Chubb & Son Inc. Erbach Communications Group Joseph P. Blauvelt ’80 Kathleen Fitzgerald Cocca ’71 & Ernst & Young Foundation Joseph F. Coleman ’73 Michael F. Cocca ’60 Fidelity Investments William J. Cozine ’60 Columbia Bank Julie Delaney Fristensky ’73 & ExxonMobil Foundation Connell Foley LLP Warren C. Fristensky ’74 JDJ Falconcino-Blauvelt Andrew Conrad, Ph.D. Goldstein Family Foundation Charitable Foundation Kevin A. Cummings & Robert J. Goldstein ’60, ’06 & Charles A. Fiumefreddo ’55 & Patricia McQuillan Cummings ’77 Marion I. Goldstein Joan Fiumefreddo Kevin F. Cunniff ’61 Eleni Pashalidis Gomez ’86 & Alice M. & Francis X. Hagan ’51 &RANK!$!MELIO Jorge B. Gomez ’85 Bernard M. Hartnett, Jr., Esq. ’51 #ARMEL:AMPAGLIONE$!MELIO Joseph R. Gromek ’68 Barbara E. Henderson-Toivonen George M. De Luca ’74 Laura & James Hirschmann George K. Degnon ’63 The Horizon Foundation for $ENNIS!$RAKE)) New Jersey *OSEPH-$UNN 3R Walter J. Hyjek ’61 James J. Everett ’61 The Jesuits of Saint Michael F. Filosa, Ph.D. ’53 Peter’s College William H. Hannon Foundation Peter S. Johnson ’64 Mr. & Mrs. David A. Herbst Richard P. Libretti ’65 Gary S. Horan, FACHE ’70 Charles M. Lizza, Esq. ’77 & -ICHAEL4+AHRER Sandra R. Lizza James J. Loughlin ’64 Raymond C. Maguire, M.D. ’58 Founder $50,000+ 2OBERT,-ARCALUS( (! #HARLES0-AYER Benefactor $25,000+ James P. McAndrew ’70 The Michael F. and Noreen P. &RANCIS!-C'RAIL McManus Foundation Ambassador $10,000+ Hernan L. Medina ’85 Michael F. McManus ’72 Patron $5,000+ Merck & Company Inc. Estate of Martin J. McNamara ’51 -ICHAEL2-ILANO  Merck Partnership for Giving Fellow $2,500+ Susan P. Mitchell-Abbate ’72 Maureen F. Murray Member $1,000+ The Edmond and Virginia Moriarty Fund The Robert Sydney Virginia H. Moriarty Needham Foundation Carolyn Murray James J. O’Brien ’64 H Denotes honorary degree recipient Fred Nitting, Jr., CPA ’83 & Sharon A. Pastore ’73 Michelle Incognito Nitting ’84 Barbara Buchala Pieroni ’70 & HA Denotes Honorary Pepsi Bottling Group Joseph P. Pieroni ’68 Alumnus/a Award recipient Eileen L. Poiani, Ph.D. C.C. Polychronis Foundation † Denotes deceased Estate of Alfred A. Poletti ’51

Founders

Ambassadors

Patrons

Benefactors

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Peter C. Hearne ’57 Robert C. Hopko ’87 John C. Hughes ’72 William R. Jacobi ’74 Fred J. Jacques, Jr. ’70 Thomas J. Jordan ’63 Mark G. Kahrer ’83 Robert L. Kaiser ’64 James R. Kelly, Ph.D. ’60 Ron Kelly ’60 B. Melvin Kiernan, Ph.D. ’57 Francis J. Kilkenny ’60 Stephen M. Kozuch, Esq. ’84 Theodore E. Kwiatkowski, D.M.D. ’70 & Theresa Gutch Kwiatkowski ’72 James F. Leen ’81 Antonio S. Limbardo ’63 Robert M. Luchetti ’55 Thomas M. Luddy ’74 Peter P. Malecki ’70 Dennis R. McCarthy ’64 Thomas J. McDonnell ’61 -ICHAEL0-C'RATH Thomas F. McVeigh ’60 C. Thomas Meisse ’66 +ENNETH-OORE 4HOMAS*-OOREHEAD 0H$ Hubert J. Moran ’67 Ronald J. Morrissey, Ph.D. ’56 Joseph M. Napp, Jr. ’65 &RANK0.EGLIA Kristen O’Grady Kenneth Payne !NTHONY/0ERGOLA %SQ -AUREEN,EMKE0ERGOLA Pfizer Foundation Charles E. Potter ’66 Bank of America Foundation 7ILLIAM*0OWERS Richard P. Barnitt, Sr. ’60 7ILLIAM40RICE))) Robert J. Barry ’61 Procter & Gamble Fund BASF Corp. *OHN&80ROUT Noreen D. Heath Beaman, CPA ’86 -ARK!"OCCHIERI Frank B. Reilly, Jr., Esq. ’67 Colin Rigby, Family & Friends Joseph M. Bredehoft, Esq. ’74 & Mary Alice Costello Rippe ’77 Susan U. Natelli Bredehoft ’74 Roof Deck, Inc. 2AY"ROWN %SQ &AUSTO2OTUNDO #0! William T. Byrne ’63 Sandler O’Neill & Partners, LP 6INCENT0"UTLER *R -$ John E. Schlitt ’67 (ELEN%#ARROLL Leonard J. Sciorra, Ph.D. FACMG Thomas D. Carver, Esq. ’58, H ’08 Mrs. Joseph F. Spaltro William J. Caufield ’60 State Farm Companies Foundation *OHN'#OLLINS ( Karen Fristensky Stroever ’71 Robert C. Conlon, Esq. ’61 Thomas J. Sullivan, Esq. ’57 Thomas F. Conway, Jr. ’66 Mary E. Tierney ’67 Deloitte Services LP Charles J. Trainor ’61 "RIAN$EMPSEY TwoFour Consulting Robert J. Donato ’65 UPS Foundation for Independent Hon. Joseph V. Doria, Jr. ’68 Higher Education Joseph V. Doria Scholarship Fund Inc. Angelo A. Vigna ’63 Walter Dukiet Matthew C. Vinci ’53 George A. Dunn, Jr. W. B. Mason Co., Inc. George J. Duva ’68 Theresa A. Walls, D.O. ’71 3TEPHEN6&ALANGA %SQ Martin T. Walsh ’60 & Peggy Falanga John Wiley & Sons, Inc. Maj. Gen. George R. Fay, USAR ’70 Patrick J. Finnegan ’70 Marilda L. Gandara, Esq. ’72 Gibbons P.C. Paul G. Gillease ’57 Goldman, Sachs & Co. Kevin P. Guckian ’83 George P. Gurdak ’74 & Madeline L. Romeu, O.D., F.A.A.O. ’74 Marilyn Haggerty The Prudential Foundation William T. Quinn R 3 Energy Management Audit & Review Estate of Charles F. Reilly ’34 Roosevelt & Cross Inc. Caroline H. & Marshall V. Rozzi ’67 Lucy M. Sardella-Lawrence ’82 J. Paul Schaetzle ’75 (ERBERT*3CHNEIDER %SQ Patrick E. Scura ’66 Alfred & Roslynn Silverman Sodality of the Children of Mary of St. Teresa Peter G. Stewart, Esq. ’63 James R. Sullivan, D.D.S. ’55 Summit Security Services, Inc. TD Bank, N.A. Daniel E. Toomey, Esq. ’64 The Benedict & Elvira Torcivia Foundation Frank J. Tricarico ’58 † Frank Tricarico Scholarship Fund William Turchyn, Jr. ’68 & Ellen Turchyn Toni Ann Turco ’86 UBS Foundation USA Verisk Analytics Verizon Verizon Foundation Bettina Weary Ph.D. Charitable Trust John B. Wilson, Esq. ’70 & Joyce Bergamini Wilson ’71 Marylou Yam, Ph.D.

Fellows

The Key to Commitment The Keys to the Kingdom of Heaven were given to Saint Peter for exercising leadership and responsibility within the Christian community. When donors join the President’s Council, they embrace the crossed keys as a symbol of their leadership giving and support of the College. Hon. Marilyn C. Clark ’72 Bernard W. Colaianni ’48 Research Foundation of Anthony J. Alberino ’62 Columbia Hospital William J. Allingham, Esq. ’54 Rev. Thomas P. Conheeney ’48 Alpha Sigma Nu Michael J. Connors, ’08, ’10 *OHN!!NDERSON  Mrs. Richard F. Connors Michael M. Andrulis ’02 Peter W. Conrad, M.D. ’50 Anonymous Daniel P. Conroy, M.D. ’71 Adan D. Araujo, Esq. ’88 James P. Conway ’00 Harry J. Arnold, Jr., Esq. ’62 John E. Corrigan ’55 Robert Auletta Joseph Costello ’68 0ETER3"ABITS Michael E. Cozine, Esq. ’56 Theodore Bajo, Esq. ’66 Suzanne Cozine, CPA ’84 The Bank of New York Mellon Ana M. Cravo Joseph B. Baratta, M.D., FACS ’77 John J. Criso ’63 Barclays Capital George T. Croonquist ’54 John Barile William J. Dahms ’64 Barnes and Noble College Noreen Hanbury DeBlasio ’72 Booksellers, Inc. Deloitte Foundation Thomas J. Basile ’64 Richard A. Derrig, Ph.D. ’62 Clara E. Bate Frank X. Derwin, Esq. ’65 Hon. William J. Bate ’55 † David C. Descalzi ’76 Drew J. Bauman, Esq. Patrick A. Diassi, Ph.D. ’46 BD -ARY$I.ARDO Charles P. Becker, Jr. ’60 Thomas M. Dinneen ’64 Richard J. Bender ’78 & -ARIA$-ARTINO -"! Virginia Forrester Bender, Ph.D. ’78 -!%D John J. Bergin ’54 Shawn M. Doherty ’85 Bernard J. Berry, Jr., Esq. ’67 & -ARTIN*$OLAN))) -ARION7ILLIAMS"ERRY Richard K. Donnelly ’67 Beta Beta Beta Biological Honor Society Robert Donnelly ’75 Maurice J. Betts ’01, ’03 Victor A. Donofrio ’57 Birdsall Services Group, Inc. James F. Donohue, M.D. ’65 Ann M. Bleach ’81 William W. Dornburgh ’54 Eugene R. Boffa, Jr. ’66 John N. Doyle ’68 Lawrence P.J. Bonaguidi Foundation !LBERT7$REISBACH))) -$ Edward J. Borrone, Esq. ’61 Joseph A. Driscoll ’61 Eugene C. Boyle ’60 Michele F. Dullea ’71 Martin J. Boyle ’82 Thomas E. Dyer, M.D. ’53 Edward A. Boyno, Ph.D. ’66 #HRIS!%CONOMIDES Donald E. Bradley ’56 !SHLING,YONS%HRHARDT Lawrence P. Brady, Jr., Esq. ’61 Eisner LLP Vincent F. Brennan ’61 Stephen P. Ellerman ’74 Paul J. Brignola, Sr. ’68 Arthur W. Ellermann ’58 Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation John D. Emerick ’54 Thomas L. Brundage ’71 Engineered Devices Corporation Joseph I. Budnick, Ph.D. ’51 Richard J. Ensor, Esq. ’75 Robert W. Buesser ’55 Joseph D. Evangelista ’72 John D. Buffington, Ph.D. ’63 Susan V. Everett ’70 Joseph V. Burakevich, Ph.D. ’60 Robert J. Fabiny, Ph.D., M.D. ’53 !NNE%"UTLER Thomas M. Farley ’55 Thomas E. Butler ’68 Michael A. Fazio Thomas E. Byrne, Jr. ’51 %DWARD#&EDAK %SQ Jenny E. Campbell ’10 & Elaine Fedak ’78 Joseph C. Campbell Kenneth S. Fekete, Sr. ’66 $IANE2#APIZZI Ferry Carpet, Inc. Frank F. Cappelli, M.D. ’61 James J. Finnerty, Jr., Esq. ’57 Angelo A. Caprio, M.D. ’74 Michael J. Fitzpatrick Thomas J. Carey ’58 Patrick J. Foley, Jr., Ph.D. ’63 Catherine M. Carnevale ’83 Ann Marie Conheeney Forrest ’85 & Charles T. Carney ’56 John M. Forrest ’77 Thomas J. Casaburo ’61 Fredco Landscaping, LLC Thomas G. Casper ’70 Frances Fudali ’77 Michael J. Castaldi ’77 Maiya Furgason Doreen Catanio, CPA ’85 George T. Furst, Ph.D. ’68 Michael Caulfield ’75 FYI Business Solutions Joanne Konicki Ceimo ’71 Peter J. Gallagher ’50 Louis E. Cella ’54 Thomas J. Gallagher ’47 The J.P. Morgan Chase Foundation Frank Garcia ’81 ChevronTexaco Corp. James G. Gardner, Esq. ’62 "ARBARA!#HRYST(! Mrs. T. Edward Gavin Bernard W. Cicirelli, Jr. ’80 & Frank V. Geremia ’62 !NNA/RIGLIERI#ICIRELLI %D$ Rev. John J. Gildea ’61 Frank A. Ciesla, Esq. ’63 Joseph and Licia Gimma Foundation

Members

Joseph A. Gimma ’74 Glenwood Office Furniture *OHN7'OGARTY Robert J. Greces ’70 Walter J. Greenhalgh, Esq. ’71 Patrick J. Griffin, Ph.D. ’71 Niekel Griffith ’07 Robert P. Groesbeck ’61 John J. Gualtieri, Ph.D. ’70 Joseph J. Guerra ’57 Anton W. Guitano ’71 Raymond G. Hallock ’65 -ARIANNE(ANS Martin J. Hart ’51 Henry F. Harty, Jr., Ed.D. ’61 Paul F. Healey ’74 James B. Heaney ’62 Etoile R. Heavey Stephen A. Hennesey ’58 Joyce M. Henson, Ph.D. John T. Herrmann ’66 Thomas D. Hoffman, Esq., Ph.D. ’62 Hoffmann-La Roche Inc. Frank W. Hogan, Jr. ’71 Douglas J. Hollywood ’61 Hooker and Holcombe, Inc. Horizon Blue Cross/Blue Shield of New Jersey Michele M. Howe-O’Malley, D.O. ’77 Eileen Whalen Huelbig ’81 & Roy E. Huelbig ’81 Humana Foundation Inkwell Communications Investors Savings Bank Charitable Foundation Harry N. Jacobs, Esq. ’70 Kenneth E. Jasinkiewicz ’66 † Patricia T. Jasinkiewicz Kenneth W. Johnson ’61 Jordan & Jordan Joseph A. Patrick Foundation, Inc. *OSE!*URI Mary E. Kane ’76 James P. Keeney ’60 Thomas F. Kelaher, Esq. ’54 Frederick C. Kentz III Loren E. King ’66 Robert J. Kinsey ’56 William J. Kowalczyk, CPA ’56 Tom Kramer ’52 Eleanor Kreta ’64 John P. Krotulis, CPA ’83 & Kathleen Gillespie Krotulis ’84 Ernest N. Landy, M.D. ’51 ,OUIS*,ARCA -$ Marianne Zozom Larca ’71 Carl C. Larsen ’60 *OSEPH0,A3ALA %SQ Robert T. Lee, CFP ’66 James T. Leman ’68 Ronald J. Lenahan ’57 Liberty National Golf Club Liberty Savings Federal Credit Union *OHN*,ICATA Glenn Lockwood ’83 Elizabeth A. Long ’10 Martin P. Lydon ’63 Donald P. MacDonald ’58 Joseph J. MacDougall ’51 .ADIA%-AKAR Rocco J. Marano, Esq. Thomas L. March, M.D. ’53 Mrs. William P. Maresca !DA--ARIN -$ Mr. & Mrs. Robert J. Martalus

Robert T. Martin ’72 Aldo J. Martinez, Esq. ’77 & Susan Sochinski Martinez ’80 Dennis J. McAuliffe, Ph.D. ’64 Joseph F. X. McCarthy, Ph.D. ’42 Teresa A. McCarthy John J. McDermott ’61 William G. McDevitt, Jr. ’80 James F. McGlinchy ’73 & Joanne Burke McGlinchy ’73 Patricia McGeough McGovern ’71 & Paul J. McGovern ’68 !RTHUR(-C'UIRE John J. McKeon, M.D. ’68 Bernard F. McNeilly ’60 Donald J. McSparran ’60 William J. Mealia ’60 Walter Meany Landscaping LLC Niurka E. Mederos ’07, ’10 Michael A. Meese, M.D. ’80 James W. Meister ’63 Maryanne Armelino Menendez ’88 & Ray Menendez, CPA ’80 Daniel Menniti Billy Joe L. Mercado ’07 Catherine Weiss Merker ’70 Catherine M. Mernar Cecilia Ann Michalik ’73 Joseph A. Michalik ’83 Roger E. Miller ’56 Michael Molino ’61 Thomas M. Molino ’68 Lois M. Molitoris ’07 James M. Monastero Monumental Baptist Church Joseph V. Mulvanerton ’07 Joan & William Murray Fred W. Musch ’70 Anthony M. Natelli Mrs. Guy Natelli John P. Nickerson ’55 North American Wholesale Lumber Association Northwestern Mutual Foundation Joseph F. Nostrame ’74 Robert C. Novy, Esq. ’73 Richard J. O’Brien ’60 Eugene P. O’Connell, Esq. ’70 J. Kenneth O’Connor, Esq. ’50 Jeremy O’Connor ’61 *ONATHAN#/$ONNELL Kathleen O’Donnell Sara Oswald ’71 Hubert J. O’Toole ’55 Walter J. Palasits ’53 %UGENE40AOLINO %SQ Partners in Prevention ,UCIA-0ASSANTE 2ICHARD40EDERSON -$ James S. Perry ’70 & 2OSE20ERRY Catherine Volkmar Phalen ’73 Frank J. Phillips ’61 Stanley R. Plust ’73 Edmund M. Polonitza ’64 Claudia Pope-Bayne Marcus P. Porcelli, M.D. ’75 Provident Bank Wealth Management Group 0ROSPER&0RYBOR Philip J. Pulcini ’72 Bernard F. Puy ’60 Thomas Quinn ’61 James Rafferty ’57 Raymond R. Rainville

%ILEEN#AMPBELL2ATH John J. Reck ’62 !LBERT*2EGEN 3ANDRA,ONGO2EILLY  -SGR7ILLIAM*2EILLY Thomas A. Reitemeyer, CPA ’61 Edward W. Reuter ’64 Anne M. Ronan, Esq. ’83 Michael L. Rose ’60 D. Rosenthal & Assoc. Rum Runners Jazz Trio Louis R. Ruvolo ’80, ’08 Patrick J. Ryan ’72 -ARY-,OWENBURG2YBA Mr. & Mrs. Robert M. Sakata Brian & Jessica Sammut Therese M. Saulnier ’71 Marta Sawczuk Frank A. Scerbo, Esq. ’71 & Susan M. Scerbo 4HOMAS!3CHEMBER Jean E. Schmidt Joshua A. Schrier, Ph.D. ’00 Science Applications International Corp. Paul S. Sefjack ’76 John A. Sena ’62 Martin E. Sexton ’58 Ann Marie Shea Christina M. Shea ’00 James W. Shea, Esq. ’57 † Shell Oil Co. Foundation Shepley Bulfinch Richardson & Abbott *OEL%3HERLOCK -$ The Sherwin-Williams Company Single Step Foundation Inc. Thomas F. Slattery ’56 William J. Spataro ’61 Rev. Eugene P. Squeo ’65 Hon. Reginald Stanton ’56, H ’03 William F. Sues, Jr. ’77 *OHN43ULLIVAN %SQ ,AUREN0OLICASTRO3ULLIVAN The Wine Library Larry E. Thomas, Ph.D. Ronald W. Tobin, Ph.D. ’57 Transition Optical, Inc. Marilyn Trapani ’82 Mary Ann Bakarich Travis ’71 Henry A. Tully ’70 & Joan Balmer Tully ’72 Andrew T. Turrisi III, M.D. ’70 Cosmo Vacca ’87, ’04 James D. Van Blarcom ’65 Francisco J. Varela ’81 Lt. Col. Frank L. Varsolona, USA (Ret.) ’70 Gary F. Vitale ’74 Dennis R. Walsh ’66 Weathertop Foundation Robert B. Webster, CPA ’71 John B. Wefing, Esq. ’64 Joseph H. Weitze ’50 Wells Fargo Frederick J. Wethly ’54 Thomas J. Whalen, Esq. ’60 & Anne D. Whalen Joseph A. Wisneski ’67 Eileen Gallagher Witkowski ’73 !UGUST!:ENZIUS))) Robert J. Zoccoli ’74 Alfred H. Zywicki ’62

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Associate President’s Council

The Associate President’s Council was established in the 1996–1997 Fiscal Year (originally as the Young Alumni President’s Council) to encourage leadership support from Saint Peter’s College alumni who graduated within the last 10 years. The College would like to thank the members of the Associate President’s Council for their outstanding commitment to Saint Peter’s future: 2001-2004: $500 or more; 2005 & 2006: $250 or more; 2007 & 2008: $125 or more; 2009 & 2010: $50 or more.

Anonymous Maurice J. Betts ’01, ’03 Arlene Alegre Chin ’01 Francis M. Drummond ’01, ’03 John P. Nelson, Jr. ’01 Michael M. Andrulis ’02 Timothy Brennan ’04 Andres Cifuentes ’04

Christen M. Furka ’05 Leah M. Leto ’05 Rabia Sattaur ’06 Niekel Griffith ’07 Niurka E. Mederos ’07, ’10 Billy Joe L. Mercado ’07 Lois M. Molitoris ’07 Joseph V. Mulvanerton ’07

Joseph J. Potenzone ’07 Miguel A. Saez ’07 Michael J. Connors ’08, ’10 Geoffrey Daly ’08 Alissa R. Giordano Di Scala ’08 Mesfin Fekadu ’08 Kamen Z. Stoykov ’08 *OSEPH#ARNEY

,ISA-&LICK #HELSEA,+ILWAY &RANCES2,EMBO +ATRINA3,UCKENBACH "RIAN$-C#ULLOUGH #HERYLANN-UNOZ 2ACHEL!3LAIMAN +ATHERINE!3WIERAD

!NNE-ARIE6ARRICHIO Jenny E. Campbell ’10 Elizabeth A. Long ’10 Michael C. Massey ’10 Michael P. Valenti ’10 Matthew A. Wisneski ’10

THE INDEPENDENT COLLEGE FUND OF NEW JERSEY Saint Peter’s College continues to benefit from generous corporate and foundation support given through the Independent College Fund of New Jersey. Begun in 1953, the Fund makes a single, united annual request to corporations and foundations on behalf of the 14 member colleges. For 58 years, the Fund has continued to secure corporate financial support for the State’s independent colleges and to promote a greater understanding of the importance of maintaining the opportunity for choice between public and private education. The Independent College Fund of New Jersey represents all of the State’s fully accredited, privately controlled colleges and universities, except those that are engaged primarily in religious studies. The following donors contributed to the Fund in calendar year 2010. Most gifts are allocated by formula although a number are designated to specific institutions. Support in 2010 for independent higher education in New Jersey through the Fund totaled $1,250,024.93. Arnold D. Alston Amboy Bank Anonymous ASCO Kevin M. Ashton AT&T Bank of America C. R. Bard Foundation, Inc. John F. Barile John J. Barry Baumeister & Samuels, P.C. BD Karen and Wayne Beeder Birdsall Services Group Mr. and Mrs. H. Mercer Blanchard, Jr. Bloomfield College Blue Sky Power LLC The Boston Consulting Group, Inc. Bristol-Myers Squibb Company Brother International Corporation Carolyn M. Buck-Luce Caldwell College Capital One Bank Thomas D. Carver Cedar Hill Golf & Country Club Celgene Corporation Centenary College Coca-Cola Refreshments USA, Inc. Michael Cohen J.H. Cohn LLP Colgate-Palmolive Company College of Saint Elizabeth John G. and Patricia A. Collins Columbia Bank Conner Strong Construction Technology Corporation Charitable Gifts Fund: Air Con Inc., Birdsall Services Group, Conserv Construction Corp.,

Door and Hardware Supply Inc., Flooring Concepts Design, Hutton Construction LLC, Lippolis Electric, Inc., Mar-Bridge Enterprises, Inc., Pat Sementa Plumbing Heating Cooling, Pella Windows & Doors, Strategic Development Group Incorporated, William Rauh & Son CorVel Corporation Cozen O’Connor William J. Cozine John G. Cross Culinary Ventures Vending Carolyn J. D’Anna Dassault Falcon Jet Corp. Day Pitney LLP Charles R. Dees, Jr. Deloitte Services LP Robert Derector Associates Lisa Donoghue Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP Ken Dubbs East Coast Toyota Scion Edone & Co., P.A. EMC Corporation Enterprise National Bank of New Jersey Erbach Communications Group Ernst & Young LLP FIHE Partnership for Private Colleges William S. Ford, Jr. John W. Galiardo Gensler Georgian Court University Gibbons P.C. Sally L. Glick Gordinier Resource Management, LLC Martha Clark Goss Gourmet Dining LLC Maureen Grant Greenberg Traurig, LLP

Jeffrey R. Greene Haven Savings Bank Michael J. Healy Hollister Construction Services, LLC Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey HOTGraphics Plus Hunter Roberts Construction Group Hurley Associates Safety Training LLC Investors Savings Bank Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Iversen The Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies Jones Lang LaSalle JRS Architect, P.C. Philip D. Kaltenbacher James G. Kennedy & Co., Inc. Kings Super Markets, Inc. F. M. Kirby Foundation, Inc. KPMG LLP Langan Engineering & Environmental Services Wendy Johnson Lario LaTorre Family Fund George H. Laufenberg Scholarship Fund Liberty Transportation & Storage Co., Inc. The George Link Jr. Charitable Trust Eric Lombardo James J. Loughlin Bill and Arlene Lowe Martin McKerrow James M. McNamee Merck Dr. and Mrs. Francis J. Mertz Lynn M. Mertz Millington Savings Bank Milrose Consultants, Inc. MODPAK, Inc. James M. Monastero Monmouth University

Ted Moudis Associates MTM Resources Masako N. Murphy Stephen J. Muscarella Hal and Babette G. Negbaur New Jersey Alliance for Action New Jersey Carpenters Funds NJM Insurance Group New Jersey Natural Gas Company Charity, Inc. NK Architects Normandy Real Estate Management Novartis Pharmaceuticals Corporation Novo Nordisk Inc. Omland Engineering Associates Inc. Joan A. Panacek Daniel Panella Nicholas J. Panella Barbara P. Peda Pennoni Associates, Inc. Pfizer Inc. PGA TOUR, INC. The PICK Foundation, Inc. PNC Bancorp Robert J. Polakowski Mr. and Mrs. George Polazzi David G. Powell PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP The Provident Bank Foundation Prudential Public Service Electric and Gas Company The Charles L. Read Foundation Mr. and Mrs. James Redington Katherine Regan The Roche Foundation The Roche Players RoNetco Supermarkets Inc. Roosevelt & Cross Incorporated

E. Burke Ross, Jr. Charitable Family Foundation Darren K. Rydberg Saint Peter’s College Brian Sammut Maria Scarpellini Seton Hall University Linda W. Seyffarth Thomas and Ruth Sharkey Family Foundation Sharp Electronics Corporation Sills Cummis Epstein & Gross P.C. Skanska USA Building Inc. Sobel & Co., LLC Sodexo Campus Services Somerset Hills Bank Sordoni Construction Co. Sportcraft, Ltd. Beth R. Steinberg William A. Stiller Structure Tone, Inc. Studio 5 Partnership Architects/Planners, LLC TD Bank TIAA-CREF The Torcivia Family Foundation Trustees and Staff of the Independent College Fund of New Jersey Turner Construction Company United Water New Jersey Unity Construction Services, Inc. The UPS Foundation Verizon Wank Adams Slavin Associates LLP Joseph Weber Wells Fargo Bank N.A. Richard E. Whittaker Zaentz Hardware Wholesalers, Inc. A. Zerega’s Sons, Inc.

Dean’s Society Robert J. Armbruster ’63 Thomas Flahive &ADIA*OSEPH James M. Kiernan ’60 Melvin Klein *EROME'+OTCH Jose L. Lopez, Ph.D. ’00 Ann Tritak, Ed.D., R.N. John M. Walsh, Ph.D. ’68 Pavo Society Paul W. Almonte Karl C. Alorbi Edward J. Baggs ’76 Ronald Becker ’73 Patricia A. Blanco

Frederick P. Bonato, Ph.D. Joseph W. Brauner, Ph.D. Jamie Bredehoft Junita E. Brodie ’88 Kathleen Brough, CPA Anna J. Brown, Ph.D. $AVID!"RYNGIL Sondra Buesing-Riley Lori A. Buza Robert M. Carney, Sr. ’03, ’08 Mary E. Carroll James J. Clayton, Sr., Ed.D. ’71 Catherine DeLuca Crocamo ’70 Kevin M. Cummines Peter P. Cvek, Ph.D. John E. Dabney II ’72 Kevin W. Dahill ’88

Elaine Esposito Michael Finetti, Ed.D. Wilton Fontenette Crescenzo G. Fonzo Patrick R. Forte ’64 David Freeman Matthew V. Fung, Ph.D. Thomas R. Gentile ’75 Jerome J. Gillen, Ph.D. ’66 Susan L. Graham, Ph.D. Maria L. Graziano Jane E. Halma John J. Hampton, Ph.D. Edward Hanley Mark Hayes Monica A. Ivankovic ’03 James P. Jacobson

COLLEGE COMMUNITY & FRIENDS COMMUNITY Ambassadors Anonymous Eugene & AnnMarie Cornacchia The Jesuits of Saint Peter’s College Patrons Anonymous Eileen L. Poiani, Ph.D. Marylou Yam, Ph.D. Fellow Leonard J. Sciorra, Ph.D. FACMG Members Virginia Forrester Bender, Ph.D. ’78 Jenny E. Campbell ’10

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Angelo A. Caprio, M.D. ’74 !NNA/RIGLIERI#ICIRELLI %D$ Ana M. Cravo -ARY$I.ARDO Michael A. Fazio -ARIANNE(ANS Henry F. Harty, Jr., Ed.D. ’61 Joyce M. Henson, Ph.D. Elizabeth A. Long ’10 Aldo J. Martinez, Esq. ’77 Bernard F. McNeilly ’60 Catherine M. Mernar Claudia Pope-Bayne Raymond R. Rainville Louis R. Ruvolo ’80, ’08 Larry E. Thomas, Ph.D. Joan Balmer Tully ’72

COLLEGE COMMUNITY & FRIENDS Rebecca D. Kalejaye Elizabeth A. Kane Mary Kinahan-Ockay Sarah Lacz Weilang Lai Leah M. Leto ’05 Herman Lieberman Consuelo A. Lorenzo Meredith MacDonald Sarah Malinowski Frank McCue Irene C. McEachen, Ed.D. William A. McKenna, S.J. Joseph A. McLaughlin, Ed.D. ’77 Mark Medina Gloria Mercurio Peter J. Midgley David Orenstein Terence Peavy Geraldine H. Price 3HANNON3ULLIVAN0ULLARO Sheila J. Rabin, Ph.D. Jennifer J. Ragsdale ’02, ’07 Frances R. Raleigh, Ph.D. Patricia A. Redden, Ph.D. Gina M. Reo ’84 Albert W. Romano ’71 Anthony L. Romano, Jr. ’77 Wilfred S. Royer, Ph.D. ’85 Miguel A. Saez ’07 Sally V. Sancho Anthony P. Sciarrillo, Ed.D. Joan Zadrozny Shields ’75, MA Ed ’83 David X. Stump, S.J. Colleen Rush Szefinski ’87 Anthony Tortorella ’77 Katherine Trovato -UKTA06ARSANI  Valery Vyatkin Ronald D. Waack ’65 Lois A. Williams WeiDong Zhu, Ph.D.

FRIENDS Founders Anthony V. Bastardi & Marilyn P. Bastardi (ON&RANK*'UARINI( M. Brian Maher HA ’07 James E. Tyrrell, Jr., Esq. Benefactors Joan Fiumefreddo Alice M. Hagan Barbara E. Henderson-Toivonen Mary Morrison Mary C. Reiser Ambassadors Ellen J. Bell Dyan C. Cutro Marion I. Goldstein Laura & James Hirschmann Sandra R. Lizza Maureen F. Murray Kathleen Polychronis Margaret Powell Susan M. Russo Anne B. Vickers Andrea M. Ziegler Patrons Alice S. Bolger Mary Ellen Bonner Mrs. James A. Cardiello Andrew Conrad, Ph.D. Kevin A. Cummings Mr. & Mrs. David A. Herbst 2OBERT,-ARCALUS( (! Virginia H. Moriarty Carolyn Murray William T. Quinn Caroline H. Rozzi Alfred & Roslynn Silverman Ellen Turchyn Fellows Walter Dukiet George A. Dunn, Jr.

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Peggy Falanga Marilyn Haggerty Kristen O’Grady Kenneth Payne Colin Rigby, Family & Friends Mrs. Joseph F. Spaltro Members Robert Auletta John Barile Clara E. Bate Drew J. Bauman, Esq. Joseph C. Campbell "ARBARA!#HRYST(! Mrs. Richard F. Connors Michael J. Fitzpatrick Maiya Furgason Mrs. T. Edward Gavin Etoile R. Heavey Patricia T. Jasinkiewicz Frederick C. Kentz III Rocco J. Marano, Esq. Mrs. William P. Maresca Mr. & Mrs. Robert J. Martalus Teresa A. McCarthy Daniel Menniti James M. Monastero Joan & William Murray Anthony M. Natelli Mrs. Guy Natelli Kathleen O’Donnell Mr. & Mrs. Robert M. Sakata Brian & Jessica Sammut Marta Sawczuk Susan M. Scerbo Jean E. Schmidt Ann Marie Shea Anne D. Whalen Dean’s Society Richard & Marybeth Baccarella Robert L. Boyle Anne E. Byrne Mr. & Mrs. Douglas C. DeWolfe Gail A. DiNapoli Joseph H. Feinberg, M.D. !DRIAN-&OLEY *R %SQ ( James B. & Liz Frakes Stephen Fry Lowell Harwood Matthew Hinzpoteh Michael & Mary Lavin Mr. & Mrs. Oswald Llanes Mrs. Thomas P. Mahon Keith S. Massey, Sr. Leslie Olson & Mark Olson Mr. & Mrs. Scott W. Reynolds Mary Ruth Ring John Shea Gwen Shook Michael J. Sniffen Mark A. Tomasik Brendan & Miriam Ward Pavo Society William Q. Ahearn Mario Alcid Arturo & Glenda Amador Christopher Amato Patrick W. Ambrosia Vital & Rosemarie Anilus Mr. & Mrs. John J. Archer, Jr. Norma Arenas Fernando & Anecita Arnesto David & Wendy Ashmen Denise Attarian Sandra Ayala Claire M. Baker † Robert Baker Norma Balducci Mark Baratta Carmen & Frances Barbarise Presiyana Barbazouh Mr. & Mrs. Joseph R. Barcadepone Richard Barrett Lileth A. Basteani Margaret Beale Patricia Beatty Robert & Jennifer Beidler

Jeron Belin Gerry Bellotti David Bertone Edward & Claire Beslow Robert & Pamela Bianco Melanie Bishop Thomas D. Black Mr. & Mrs. John P. Blessington Thomas R. Block Steven M. Bockneck Josephine Bonomo Laurent Bourbeau Hon. & Mrs. William L. Boyan Mr. & Mrs. Terence F. Brady Ana E. Brandt Caryl & Howard Bremer Jennifer & Michael Brower Ashley E. Brown Jason Bube Mrs. Edward L. Burke Williams P. Burns Richard & Joan Burt Lisa S. Cahill, Ph.D. & Lawrence R. Cahill, Esq. James & Deborah Caine Mrs. Gerald F. Callahan, Jr. Anthony C. Cangiano Virginia Caparro-Handley Mr. & Mrs. Frank Carnevale Robert Carnevale Janet Carney Vincent J. Caruso Jose & Grisel Castanon Mrs. Gilbert T. Cawley Doris W. Cerruti William Chevalier Angela Chua Elisha Cicirelli Mrs. Gregory P. Cinnella Mr. & Mrs. William D. Clarhaut Michael Cleary Byron Collier Leo Collins Paul Collins Marian Conover Kevin Conti Mr. & Mrs. Joseph W. Conway Luis Corchado Bertoldo & Elena Cortez Richard J. Cosgrove Jason Cox Liz-Ann Cox Mrs. James J. Craffey, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Thomas M. Craven Mark Culkin Desmond K. Dahill Robert Daly Elizabeth Danese Scott De Recat Mrs. Chris Degheri Maryann Deleo Dr. & Mrs. William J. DeLiberis Mr. & Mrs. Liberator DeMarco Philip & Mary Ellen DePaul Neil A. DeSena Ariane Deutsch Roger & Irene DeVos Juan Diaz Pasquale G. D’Martino Jim Donnelly John Donnelly Thomas H. Donnelly, Ph.D. Lisa A. Donoghue Susan Donohoe Gerard & Carol Donovan Amorelle Doyle Josefina Doyle Emily Driscoll James Driscoll Robert Driscoll Mrs. Robert W. Duffy, Sr. George J. Duke Samuel C. Enad, Jr. Muriel B. English Mary Ensor Stephen & Linda Ensor

Jane F. Fair Virgilio Fajardo Eileen Falanga-Corcoran Barbara A. Fay Elizabeth J. Feehan Mr. & Mrs. Jorge Fernandez Mr. & Mrs. John Ferroni Kimberly M. Field Ralph & Matilda Fields Fiolek Family James Flanagan Paul & Patricia Flanagan James H. Fogel & Beth Jacob Alberta Foy George E. Frakes Irma Gahan Frank & Mari Garcia (ON-ARIE,'ARIBALDI( Mr. & Mrs. Joseph J. Garvey William Gell Joe Giglio Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth G. Gill Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence A. Gonnello Luis & Lidice Gonzalez Nancy Gonzalez Mr. & Mrs. Peter A. Gonzalez Reinaldo & Liduvina Gonzalez Vanessa Gonzalez Jorge Gonzalez-Cruz Robert & Joanne Graham Mr. & Mrs. Thomas P. Grant Guy J. Graziano, Sr. Robert Greco Dianne M. Green Grace Greyson Michael Gualtier Mr. & Mrs. John J. Gutch Christopher G. Halma Mr. & Mrs. Joseph T. Hankins Gregory & Kathi Hansen Martin W. Hargrave Thomas Hayden Frances Head Hon. & Mrs. Jerramiah T. Healy Kourtney C. Heavey Mr. & Mrs. Edward Hennessy Keith & Karen Hoffer Marian Hoffman Clark Holle George F. Holmes Riley Horton Calvin Huen Mr. & Mrs. George F. Hughes Robert & Julie Hulmacher Thomas F. Igoe Gerard Iovino Barry & Elizabeth Ives Patricia E. Jago Margaret L. James Jeffrey Jennings Jose Jimeneze Mr. & Mrs. Richard E. Jones Mrs. Patrick E. Kane William Kante Saugat Karki Mark H. Katkov James F. Keenan, S.J., H ’06 John P. Keilp Dorothea Z. Kelchner Louise Kelleher Felicia Kennedy Charlene Kenny Edward & Rosemarie Kickey Maria Kiehling Mr. & Mrs. Stephen Kilway Delano Kimbrough Donald W. Kimmick, Ph.D. Donald & Ellen Klein John Kochupurackal Mary Ann Sullivan Kofoed Amelia J. Koster Barbarann & Dennis Kwasnik Frank & Mary Lacava Lance R. Lacey Michael Laflamme Carolyn Taby Larkins

Hector & Lillian Laureano Kim Laurora Wayne Leahy Walter Lehbrink Mrs. Joseph R. Letcher Pod Alex & Jesa Llanera Katrina Llanes Paul & Patricia Lockhart Robert Lohf Steven E. Lommatzsch Mr. & Mrs. Salvatore A. Longo Ronald & Patricia Mack Neal Manchester Gary & Joan Marchese Steven Maricic Evelyn Marron Lois Marrone Christine Martin John R. Mas & Sylvia Contreras Paul A. Mazzuchelli Patricia McBride Edward & Margaret McDermott Charlotte A. McGlinchy Marilyn McKnight Andrew & Laura McLaughlin Hon. James A. McLaughlin, Jr. HA ’03 Mrs. Joseph E. McMahon Mr. & Mrs. Leo McTaggart Jennifer Mehr Ashok Mehra Eileen & William Merkent Peter Meyer Mr. & Mrs. Conrad R. Mitchell Matthew Moran Nick Moria Anthony & Maureen Morisano Antoinette Morre Claire P. Muldoon Joan Mulholland G. T. Murphy Mrs. Anthony E. Musella Mrs. George E. Myer John Najarian Vincent Nardiello Charles & Carol Neidlinger Mrs. Charles O. Nelson Mrs. Joseph M. Nestor Mrs. Donald F. Neville Suy V. Nguyen James & Maria Nolan Alpheus Norman Thomas & Sally O’Brien Raymond V. O’Connor Mr. & Mrs. Bernard R. O’Kane Heather O’Kieffe Mr. & Mrs. Derick E. Okvist Edward & Donna Oleksy Mrs. Thomas M. O’Mara Nicole Onello Jose Ortiz Charles & Eugenia O’Shea Felix & Lydia Osuji Kevin & Susan Ottino Marilyn A. Outwater Mr. & Mrs. Thomas P. Owings Anne Palmadesso Joseph & Christine Palumbo Peter Panas Lauren Pantano Anthony Paolini Sharon Paolo Mr. & Mrs. Joseph J. Pavlica Jeffrey & Rose Pearson Charles & Carol Perret Candy Petzold James F. Phair Craig & Cheryl Phillips Patricia A. Pileggi Jerry & Johanna Piscitelli Hermann K. Platt, Ph.D. Gregory T. Policano Joelleh Polite Shirlee L. Porro Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Power Mr. & Mrs. William T. Price, Jr. Alicia Principe

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COLLEGE COMMUNITY & FRIENDS Joseph & Noreen Quinlan Renato & Agnes Quito Marina Rabinvich Daniel P. Rackow John R. Raslowsky II Mary Readdy Mr. & Mrs. John Reeves Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Regan John J. Reilly, Jr. Mary E. Reilly Robert E. Reiser, S.J. Carol Remsen Katherine M. Restaino, Ph.D. David & Joann Reynolds Mary Rice John Rickard J. P. Robinson John M. Robinson III Mr. & Mrs. Humberto Rodriguez

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Gloria M. Rorro Judith S. Roth Louis A. Ruberton, Jr. Richard & Debra Ruggirello Mr. & Mrs. James F. Ryan, Jr. Yewande Salako Giusto & Matilde Saliceti Gabriel & Nancy Santanna Gabriel & Roseanne Santanna Gail E. Santanna Maxine Sassano Stephanie Scally Mr. & Mrs. Joseph B. Scanzille Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Scelfo Cheryl Schenk Dorothy R. Schlosser Paul Scrudato Siobhan Scullin Edison Segovia

Robert & Barbara Semple Mr. & Mrs. Pasquale Settembrino Linda Sigona Ted & Marie Sikorskyj Lorraine Sliwicki Mr. & Mrs. Daniel R. Smith Mr. & Mrs. Gerard Ronald Smith Paul Smith Steven E. Smith Marianne Sokolnicki-Mackey Carol & Joseph Solanto Mary Solomon Charles P. Sparacino Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Spratt Walter Stacey, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. William A. Stein Robert Stern Mr. & Mrs. Frederick W. Stevens Kathleen K. Steward

Bradley J. Stockwell Garrick & Deborah Stoldt Mrs. Stephen L. Strong Floy M. Sumigray Georgina P. Tamburro Mr. & Mrs. Carmine A. Tango Cynthia Tavlin Michael & Marian Teehan Ann L. Terantino Vita M. Terry Edward & Gloria Teshkoyan Charles Tivenan Mr. & Mrs. Stephen Tobon Mr. & Mrs. Stephen K. Trynosky Fred & Gloria Turner Joseph & Paula Uhland James & Patricia Upton Marie Varley Johanna Vazquez

Lucy Vazquez Rosario Velasco Mr. & Mrs. Alfonso Veltri Michael J. Vipiani & Prudence K. Vipiani Mary Vito Elsie Wasielewski Edward J. Waterfield John Way Leo Weisheit Diane Wellington Mr. & Mrs. Robert J. Wengerter Barbara M. Wiercinski R. David & Susan Wirth Chaire E. Black Wisniewski Vincent & Agnes Zingara

GIFTS BY CLASS 1934 Patron Estate of Charles F. Reilly

1936 Dean’s Society Joseph R. Connelly, M.D.

1937 Dean’s Society Vincent G. Daniel

1938 Dean’s Society Cmdr. Thomas P. Connell, USN (Ret.) Pavo Society Edmond J. McDonnell, M.D. Carmine Q. Tarantino John M. Wozniak

1939 Dean’s Society Dominic J. Barilla Pavo Society Joseph F. Artusio, M.D.

1940 Pavo Society Eugene J. Eichenberg, Esq.

1941 Dean’s Society Thomas A. Flaherty Sidney Schultz, M.D. Pavo Society Chester R. Rydwin, M.D. Herbert G. Sauer

1942 Member Joseph F. X. McCarthy, Ph.D. Pavo Society James T. Buckley, Jr., Esq. Thomas J. Muldoon † Joseph A. Puglisi

1943 Dean’s Society Fred A. Stickel

KEY Dean’s Society $500 – $999 Pavo Society $1 – $499 H Denotes honorary degree recipient HA Denotes Honorary Alumnus/a Award recipient President’s Council $1,000 + † Denotes deceased

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Pavo Society Peter B. Beronio, D.P.M. Walter E. Corrigan, M.D. Anthony R. Cosgrove Francis H. Darragh, M.D. John T. Markey, Jr. John F. Miller Michael V. Morelli, D.D.S.

1944 Pavo Society Irwin M. Schultz, M.D.

1945 Pavo Society James F. Fischer, S.J. Harvey C. Zymet, D.D.S.

1946 Member Patrick A. Diassi, Ph.D. Pavo Society Joseph C. Tucci

1947 Ambassador Charles J. Vickers Member Thomas J. Gallagher Dean’s Society James S. Nolan, Ph.D. Pavo Society Gabriel A. Amatucci John J. Daub, Jr., D.D.S. Michael Fushille, M.D. Campbell J. McCarthy Francis J. McGuire Raymond J. Murphy James J. O’Connor William T. O’Connor, M.D. Arthur D. Robiolio

1948 Members Bernard W. Colaianni Rev. Thomas P. Conheeney Dean’s Society David Schneider, M.D. Pavo Society F. William Bailey Patrick C. Duffy Robert P. Fajardo H. Robert Westerman, Ph.D. Rev. Joseph F. Wiseman

1949 Patron +ENNETH&8!LBERS( Fellow Vincent P. Butler, Jr., M.D. Dean’s Society George Caldes Frank A. Lorenzo Joseph F. Scott

Pavo Society Frank P. Addas, Esq. John J. Alber, Jr. John G. Aslanian Edward R. Brinski Walter R. Burns, D.D.S. David I. Canavan, M.D. Francis X. Mara William P. Mastrolia Louis J. Parisi Joseph A. Pope † George F. Smith, M.D. Henry V. Topoleski

1950 Members Peter W. Conrad, M.D. Peter J. Gallagher J. Kenneth O’Connor, Esq. Joseph H. Weitze Dean’s Society James M. Stine John C. Wiegartner Pavo Society Thomas J. Ames Richard M. Bagley Salvatore A. Barone James V. Brophy James M. Caulfield, Ed.D. George J. Couchman Charles J. Cusick, Ph.D. John L. Farrell, Jr. Michael F. Feeney William M. Frank Fred P. Galea J. Richard Greene Thomas J. Kelly George I. McCusker William P. McDermott James F. McGrath John E. Mintz Gabriel M. Mulcahy, M.D. James F. Mullaney, Esq. William P. O’Donnell, Sr. John M. O’Dowd Daniel P. O’Neill Col. Vincent J. Pross, Jr., USMC (Ret.) Joseph F. Purcell Arthur A. Ross Paul A. Samperi Joseph E. Scuro Gilbert B. Sorg David M. Spillane Daniel F. Sullivan Walter J. Sullivan James J. Tunny John H. Turner William T. Valente James A. Ward Harold Weinstein Richard H. Yanni

1951 Benefactors Francis X. Hagan Bernard M. Hartnett, Jr., Esq. Ambassador Estate of Martin J. McNamara Patron Estate of Alfred A. Poletti Members Joseph I. Budnick, Ph.D. Thomas E. Byrne, Jr. Martin J. Hart Ernest N. Landy, M.D. Joseph J. MacDougall Pavo Society Robert A. Baerenbach Bertrand F. Barry, Sr. Edouard P. Beaugard, M.D. Martin J. Borelli Stephen F. Braun George R. Bremer Charles W. Carhart, Jr. Joseph E. Debold James W. Downes Charles T. Dunn James D. English † William H. Fechtmann James C. Gannon Edward V. Grady, Sr. Alfred J. Jago Albert W. Kramer Michael A. Lopiano, M.D. Joseph B. Murphy Albert H. Noll Estate of Alfred A. Poletti Max F. Rast, M.D. Charles E. Rauh Louis Richter Edward Rooney Hon. Joseph T. Ryan Anthony J. Scelsa William C. Schreck Robert J. Smith Thomas Sofianides, M.D. Hon. Robert J. Stolarik Richard T. Sullivan Russell J. Tagliareni Joseph R. Vivo John R. Williams James J. Woods

1952 Member Tom Kramer Dean’s Society Michael R. Balsamo, M.D. John J. Ryan Pavo Society Robert J. Brady, Esq. Carmine A. Cappuccio Joseph A. Corbo, D.D.S. Franklyn L. Cutrone Herbert B. Danielsen

Gerald J. Degnan Michael T. Dwyer, Jr. Austin F. Fitzgerald John J. Galvin Kenneth R. Gardner Albert D. Green James J. Hasson, Esq. Erling Ketsaa, Jr. John P. Lesica Col. James G. McCormick, USMC (Ret.) D. Andrew Monticelli, D.D.S. Donald A. Nolan James F. O’Hare George Pollack James D. Quinn John G. Rooney Vincent F. Rush Terrence P. Sawey Gerald A. Siesfeld Ernest E. Wagner G. Allan Wellbrock Howard J. Wilson

1953 Patron Michael F. Filosa, Ph.D. Fellow Matthew C. Vinci Members Thomas E. Dyer, M.D. Robert J. Fabiny, Ph.D., M.D. Thomas L. March, M.D. Walter J. Palasits Dean’s Society Robert E. Brandell James M. Flood Charles F. X. Poggi Dennis J. Sullivan, Jr. Pavo Society James Anderson August W. Barberi, CPA Anthony J. Bibbo Thomas J. Brady, Esq. Edward A. Dunleavy Albert A. Garofalo Kenneth W. Hancock C. Richard Hollenbach Bill Kehoe Francis X. Kelly Edward A. Loniewski, D.O. Frank P. Milone, M.D. Robert G. O’Brien, Esq. Simon E. O’Donahue David J. O’Keeffe, Ph.D. Ernest X. Scerbo Alexander Schlosser † Harold N. Smith Myron S. Soled, M.D. Joseph L. Tramutola, Esq. Peter E. Warshaw Gerard P. Watson, Esq. Philip J. Weiler, Jr.

GIFTS BY CLASS 1954 Members William J. Allingham, Esq. John J. Bergin Louis E. Cella George T. Croonquist William W. Dornburgh John D. Emerick Thomas F. Kelaher, Esq. Frederick J. Wethly Dean’s Society William T. Ard Victor A. Bergwall Costantino T. Donato Louis N. Scotti, M.D. Pavo Society Harold W. Anton, Jr. Bill Carducci, Jr. John J. Cina Michael J. D’Amato Henry J. Dotson, Jr. Joseph P. Dowd Henry T. Fitzgerald John J. Fitzgerald William F. Fitzgerald Donald B. Fraser, Ph.D. James R. Heaney, Esq. Edward F. Kenny, Ph.D. Rev. John J. Lester Eugene F. Lippi James H. Lyons James J. Marquardt Edwin L. McGovern Thomas P. McGuinness J. Thomas McKnight, M.D. † Bernard A. McLaughlin John F. McNeil Donald J. Michels, Ph.D. Joseph E. Niedermeyer Warren C. Nolan James J. Norton Louis F. Parker John H. Pearson James A. Pfund Charles P. Pratofiorito, Ed.D. Frank R. Sanok Vincent J. Saunders Marvin H. Schultz Frank J. Supple Edward J. Taylor Vincent G. Tolisano Michael R. Torre, D.D.S. Charles E. Waldron Alphonse I. Warczakowski

1955 Benefactor Charles A. Fiumefreddo Ambassador Donald R. Conway, Esq. Patron James R. Sullivan, D.D.S. Fellow Robert M. Luchetti Members Hon. William J. Bate † Robert W. Buesser John E. Corrigan Thomas M. Farley John P. Nickerson Hubert J. O’Toole Dean’s Society Sherman J. Bligh Robert K. Kramer David T. McDonald Pavo Society Walter E. Andrews, Jr. Michael F. Ball, M.D. Donald A. Bulwicz John Cap, Jr. Thomas G. Cestone John E. Ciano, Jr. Lee L. Clark Paul R. Colletti

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Barry J. Collins John H. Connolly William L. Coyle Robert E. Crowley Frank DeRosa Joseph C. Glavin, Esq. John J. Glynn, CPA Charles F. Godino, Ph.D. Salvatore T. Guidone Charles E. Haight, Jr. Rev. Msgr. Robert M. Harris, ACSW Albert Haussener Edward F. Heuston, Ph.D. Joseph C. Kashickey Patrick J. Keenan Joseph A. Kelly, M.D. Lawrence C. Kohler James F. Lacey, Ph.D. Edward E. Lojewski Thomas R. Lyons Joseph D. McGovern Vincent K. McGrath Jeremiah B. McKenna, Esq. Richard T. McKenna Kevin D. Mehling, Ph.D. Francis J. Morris James J. Mulholland † John F. O’Hare Charles L. Prothero Joseph S. Rorro Woolsey E. Serven William G. Shanahan Paul V. Short Daniel A. Spina Donald E. Sullivan James D. Sullivan Edmond J. Thompson Benjamin A. Winters, Ph.D.

1956 Fellow Ronald J. Morrissey, Ph.D. Members Donald E. Bradley Charles T. Carney Michael E. Cozine, Esq. Robert J. Kinsey William J. Kowalczyk, CPA Roger E. Miller Thomas F. Slattery Hon. Reginald Stanton H ’03 Dean’s Society John A. Marino Pavo Society Mark A. Aragona Rudolph F. Beisser Robert C. Brandt Michael M. Brown Dominic R. Caliendo Albert Calvo John F. Cancalosi, CPA Joseph A. Casiano Joseph P. Cohen † Walter B. Connolly Angelo J. Cozzarelli John Danielson Edward J. Donovan George J. Donovan John F. Erath, Ph.D. John J. Falco James G. V. Fitzgerald Joseph A. Foran Joseph C. Frisina Vincent M. Gallagher Robert P. Gough Philip P. Graye, Jr., D.D.S. John M. Hanusek Martin C. Harmon, Jr. Dennis J. Hayes Bernard J. Jennings Michael J. Kane John M. Kashickey, Jr. William J. Keyes Edward W. Landgren Frank Lorello

Joseph R. Macon Paul J. Magala, Jr. John P. Maher, M.D. James V. Mahoney, Jr., Ph.D. John F. Meade Vincent E. Morrone Hugh J. Mullin John J. Mylott Tomas A. O’Boyle, M.D. Robert E. O’Fee Michael P. Onorato, Ph.D. George R. Pabst Lester T. Pacca Roy Penchansky Gerald L. Rogut Peter M. Salandra James J. Scazzaro Ernest J. Scheidemann Wendel J. Schmitt Walter F. Skerrett, Jr. Thomas F. Tansey, Esq. Joseph Terzini Michael R. Usarzewicz Joseph G. Vrindten Francis X. Walsh

1957 Founder John P. Murray H ’02 Fellows Paul G. Gillease Peter C. Hearne B. Melvin Kiernan, Ph.D. Thomas J. Sullivan, Esq. Members Victor A. Donofrio James J. Finnerty, Jr., Esq. Joseph J. Guerra Ronald J. Lenahan James Rafferty James W. Shea, Esq. † Ronald W. Tobin, Ph.D. Dean’s Society Mario J. DiNapoli Pavo Society John J. Backus Michael K. Ball Leo P. Bergin Adolph N. Berman John W. Burke George I. Collins Kirby P. Conlon John M. Corcoran, CPA Thomas E. Cross III John E. Culla Patrick F. Fitzmaurice William J. Goss Richard B. Grace Timothy F. Harvey Paul J. Josenhans, Esq. Harold C. Lang Donald C. March Robert M. Mathews Edward J. McCormick James J. McDonough Peter K. Mills, Ed.D. William Moser Ramon M. Natale Alice M. Egan O’Shea Robert E. Parella, Esq. Thomas A. Parkes Gregory F. Pearson Joe Percevault Hon. James J. Petrella Joseph F. Piserchia Thomas M. Powanda Norman E. Rudolph, M.D. William L. Sexton John J. Slavin, Esq. Vincent T. Sutera John F. Sweeney, M.D. Nicholas Tauro, Sr. Robert T. Tolle A. Robert Tominovich Raymond G. Weeks

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1958 Ambassador Raymond C. Maguire, M.D. Patron Frank J. Tricarico † Fellows Thomas D. Carver, Esq. H ’08 *OHN'#OLLINS( Members Thomas J. Carey Arthur W. Ellermann Stephen A. Hennesey Donald P. MacDonald Martin E. Sexton Dean’s Society Dominick A. Prezzano Carmen L. Ross Harold J. Vitting Pavo Society Anonymous Charles J. Anton, Jr. Ralph J. Astarita Lorraine Babian Backus William E. Bielenda Michael Buono James P. Byrne George J. Caranasos, M.D. Raymond A. Carbone, M.D. Robert M. Carducci, M.D. John L. Donnelly William C. Donohue Frank G. Duffy John P. Fanning, Esq. Denis P. Farley Laurence T. Fell Gerald J. Fitzgerald Thomas J. Flood Peter Gallagher William F. Goodman Robert J. Hahn, Sr. Richard H. Healy Francis P. Hunt LTC George P. Hutnan, USA (Ret.) Benjamin A. Jagodzinski, M.D. Edwin C. Kaiser William J. Kellett Thomas P. Kennedy John J. Kotowski Robert D. Lynch Anthony R. Maio Roger M. Maloney Edward J. McFadden James E. McKearney, Jr. Thomas J. Meloro Richard E. Merkovsky David C. Molta Leonard A. Mudry Dennis F. Murphy William H. Myers Michael F. O’Mahony Jose Luis Rementeria, M.D. Robert J. Robertory William E. Schirger, Esq. David L. Schreck Arthur M. Smith John A. Soboleski Robert A. Stefan John P. Szlasa

1959 Founder James J. Daly, Esq. Patrons Edward M. Bolger, Ph.D. Herbert J. Schneider, Esq. Fellows Ray Brown, Esq. Frank P. Neglia William J. Powers Members Prosper F. Prybor Albert J. Regen

Msgr. William J. Reilly Thomas A. Schember Joel E. Sherlock, M.D. Dean’s Society Joseph Ellis, Ed.D. Joseph P. Fitzgerald, USA (Ret.) Thomas J. Kilcoyne, Esq. Charles F. Lein, Jr. Andrew J. Matthews Vincent J. Quagliana Msgr. John A. Radano Joseph Rafferty Richard B. Talty Pavo Society Rene J. Ackerman Cyrus J. Amato, D.D.S. Thomas F. Bejgrowicz, M.D. Edward P. Blicharz † Rudolph R. Boesch Charles W. Boyle James W. Brown Damiano A. Buffa, M.D. Michael J. Burke Ralph A. Carpentiere Frank A. Cerelli Kenneth J. Coen Charles A. Colombo Thomas J. Cusker Gerard B. Davis Rudolph A. Demant Mauro A. DeRosa Arthur J. Dickman John P. Doran, Esq. Anthony F. Dorrzapf, Jr. George A. Dougherty Rev. Msgr. Vincent J. Doyle Alan G. Fitzpatrick Bertrand M. Flynn Martin D. Gallagher James R. Gillespie John M. Golaszewski Robert Goode, M.D. Robert B. Haggerty, Esq. James W. Harris Stanley A. Herb, Jr. Bob Hirchak John A. Keelen James P. Kilcullen Leonard J. Lapadula Vincent C. Manganiello, M.D. James M. Matthews Bernard J. McGovern William J. McKeever Charles K. McMahon Louis R. Molinelli Leopold A. Monaco William J. Monahan, Jr. Charles T. Moore William J. Muldoon Salvatore R. Nigro Edward G. Orzepowski William J. O’Shea Ronald J. Pozzi Edward J. Quirk Richard E. Readdy Bernard J. Rogers Frank C. Rubino Francis D. Ryan Vincent N. Scuro Robert J. Stanley, M.D. Walter J. Sutkowski Bill Tighe Leonard J. Tomasik E. Norman Wilson, Jr., Esq. Thomas R. Zarzecki, Sr. Herbert Zweig

1960 Benefactor William J. Cozine Ambassadors Joseph J. Brogan Robert J. Goldstein, MBA ’06 John M. Tassillo, CPA

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Patrons Thomas W. Burke Michael F. Cocca Fellows Richard P. Barnitt, Sr. William J. Caufield James R. Kelly, Ph.D. Ron Kelly Francis J. Kilkenny Thomas F. McVeigh Martin T. Walsh Members Charles P. Becker, Jr. Eugene C. Boyle Joseph V. Burakevich, Ph.D. James P. Keeney Carl C. Larsen Bernard F. McNeilly Donald J. McSparran William J. Mealia Richard J. O’Brien Bernard F. Puy Michael L. Rose Thomas J. Whalen, Esq. Dean’s Society Robert H. Burke James M. Kiernan Matthew T. McClane Conrad L. Romanick Richard C. Theuer Pavo Society Edward J. Acciardi Richard A. Biribin Edward W. Bogart Joseph A. Bonanno Alexander J. Bott John N. Castellucci, M.D. Rosario G. Cavari George Cronin Thomas J. Curtin Anthony R. Cusumano Arthur J. Delaney, Jr. John F. Donahue Robert R. Esti Charles J. Ferrara Peter E. Finlay Gerard J. Foye Donald G. Gerlich Edward T. Gramling Franklin D. Gregory Michael J. Guerra Lawrence Hauerstein Thomas E. Healey Paul J. Heaney John F. Jeszensky Gustav S. Kane Michael J. Kennedy, Jr. John P. Kip Louis J. Klein John H. Kouvel Francis S. Kowalczyk Edward R. Krasiewski Anthony F. La Femina James J. Magee Robert J. Materna Kenneth J. Mathews John E. McCarthy Neil McNulty Hon. William C. Meehan Harold T. Moscatiello James P. O’Brien Charles P. O’Farrell III, Ph.D. Thomas F. O’Hare, Jr. William J. Plastine William F. Richardson Francis C. Scala Paul C. Schroeder, Ph.D. Thomas W. Sharlow, Sr., Esq. James C. Shy, Esq. Joseph M. Silvestri, Esq. Peter M. Sullivan, Ph.D.

1961 Ambassadors William J. Bell

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Walter J. Hyjek Patrons Patrick J. Cassidy, Ph.D. Kevin F. Cunniff James J. Everett Fellows Robert J. Barry Robert C. Conlon, Esq. Thomas J. McDonnell Charles J. Trainor Members Edward J. Borrone, Esq. Lawrence P. Brady, Jr., Esq. Vincent F. Brennan Frank F. Cappelli, M.D. Thomas J. Casaburo Joseph A. Driscoll Rev. John J. Gildea Robert P. Groesbeck Henry F. Harty, Jr., Ed.D. Douglas J. Hollywood Kenneth W. Johnson John J. McDermott Michael Molino Jeremy O’Connor Frank J. Phillips Thomas Quinn Thomas A. Reitemeyer, CPA William J. Spataro Dean’s Society Phillip J. Catanzaro, M.D. John L. Hogan Robert L. Minogue Pavo Society Patrick F. Aluotto Robert E. Atzingen Charles T. Barthel, Jr. Richard A. Bianchi George A. Brincka Edwin R. Buchanan George W. Canellis, Esq. Louis A. Cappadona, Esq. James J. Chamberlain Michael C. Clements Garrett J. Crespy Vincent J. Curtis Hon. Michael J. Degnan Richard E. Del Boccio John Eugene, Esq. Ray Ganim William J. Garry Robert L. Grady, Sr. Joseph R. Guarino William H. Haemmerle Theodore J. Heiart William J. Henderson Anthony J. Jaswinski Peter J. Kalinowski Russell J. Kennedy Charles L. Kohler Henry S. Kolokowsky Walter R. Kopec John A. Lenox John E. Madden, Esq. John J. Maier Edward J. Malone John A. Mangravite, Ph.D. Daniel A. McGonigle Edward L. Merrell, Jr. Joseph A. Messina, M.D. Joe Millichap Albert E. Mullin, Jr. Hubert A. Murray Raymond Nissen Louis M. Ocone Peter J. Palmadesso, Ph.D. † Louis T. Pastore, M.D. Clement J. Reck Charles A. Ribaudo Peter R. Rogina Robert M. Rokose Louis J. Sauchelli John R. Sliwicki, Jr., CPA † Arthur W. Smith Michael F. Smith

Anthony J. Sogluizzo David M. Stevens Joseph E. Stevens Paul F. Vinger, M.D. Marcel E. Wagner, Jr. Michael G. Yetman Edward W. Zielinski

1962 Members Anthony J. Alberino Harry J. Arnold, Jr., Esq. Richard A. Derrig, Ph.D. James G. Gardner, Esq. Frank V. Geremia James B. Heaney Thomas D. Hoffman, Esq., Ph.D. John J. Reck John A. Sena Alfred H. Zywicki Pavo Society George W. Armbruster Frank V. Barrella Thomas P. Bausch Richard F. Berk Cornelius Boylan Ronald L. Brady Frank A. Brescia Eugene C. Buckley, Ph.D. Phillip J. Campana, Ph.D. Daniel J. Carluccio, Esq. Edward M. Casey, Jr. Paul T. Conway Thomas J. Davine Mauro De Bari, CPA Ed Delaney John J. DePierro, Jr. Michael A. DiGravina James C. Dooley John D. Dwyer Edward G. Dzienis, Jr. Robert J. Eccleston Cosmo F. Ferrara, Ed.D. D. Michael Flynn, S.J. George F. Goertz Michael L. Grabler, Esq. John F. Grisoni Frederick Guttroff Edward L. Hannon Richard W. Hooker James L. Januzzi, M.D. John M. Katko, D.D.S. William Kistulinec John A Konczal, Sr. James J. Lambert David C. Luongo Joseph P. Machewirth Frank R. Machuga Joseph J. Mangelli Louis J. Marsico Brian McCarthy Richard P. McConville John P. McHale James T. Messano John P. Murray Peter J. Norton, Esq. David J. O’Connell, Ph.D. Alfred F. Peruzzi John W. Petrozzi, M.D. Robert P. Pladdys Edward J. Plaza, Esq. John J. Pra Raymond M. Ralph, Ph.D. John G. Rentko Joseph C. Rosinski Edward P. Rumain William J. Rustia George L. Schneider, Esq. Frederick M. Schweizer Edward G. Sheridan Henry D. Teuwen William M. Tilt James N. Tracy, Jr. Joseph J. Vervier James T. Whalen James J. Williams, Jr.

William P. Wittman Warren H. Woods Thomas J. Zidiak

1963 Ambassador Francis G. Ziegler Patrons George K. Degnon Peter G. Stewart, Esq. Fellows William T. Byrne Thomas J. Jordan Antonio S. Limbardo Angelo A. Vigna Members John D. Buffington, Ph.D. Frank A. Ciesla, Esq. John J. Criso Patrick J. Foley, Jr., Ph.D. Martin P. Lydon James W. Meister Dean’s Society Robert J. Armbruster Edward H. Cichurski, CPA Robert J. Duda John D. Koblan Thomas W. McKinley, CPA Anita Boylan Spellman William R. Thomas Pavo Society Robert V. Bellacosa Peter J. Bernich, CPA Robert C. Bongiovanni Daniel A. Bozza Donald T. Burns Gary M. Cademartori James P. Cassidy Edward T. Ciliberti Ronald G. Collins, Esq. John P. Connolly William J. Cornetta III, M.D. Vincent A. Corsaro William P. Crutchlow, M.D. James P. Degnan William J. Dennehy Raymond J. Doles Robert J. Dougherty Gerry Duffy William J. Duffy Edward B. English Gregory T. Farmer, Esq. John F. Feind Peter J. Finnerty Arthur Fishelman Thomas W. Floyd David J. Gallagher Dominick J. Hart, Ph.D. Richard P. Imbruce, Ph.D. Richard J. Jursca George F. Just Francis X. Ketterer John C. Kilcullen Charles A. Kouvel Donald Kraft James J. Lane Robert P. Lavach Theodore J. Leitereg, Ph.D. Richard W. Loeffler Generoso R. Mancini Gerald F. Manna Edward A. Maurer, Jr. William E. McAlvanah, Esq. Robert E. McCabe John F. McGlynn, Esq. Bernice Dippel McGonigle Mark E. McGovern, M.D. Patrick J. Monahan, Jr. Saverio V. Palmieri John S. Petronick Paul J. Petruska, M.D. Timothy Latham Pione Allan J. Press, M.D. John M. Quevedo, Jr. Joseph M. Rabbia

Jesse J. Radvansky Joseph J. Rajewski Daniel R. Rossi Agostino V. Rottino Robert E. Scully Frank Seger Andrew M. Smakula Charles P. Talley, Ph.D. Leo F. Tymon, Jr. Corrado Visaggio Robert J. Walsh John P. Welter Bernard A. Whalen Edward T. Wojslawowicz

1964 Ambassadors Peter S. Johnson James J. O’Brien Patrons Robert M. Cashill James J. Loughlin Daniel E. Toomey, Esq. Fellows Robert L. Kaiser Dennis R. McCarthy Members Anonymous (2) Thomas J. Basile William J. Dahms Thomas M. Dinneen Eleanor Kreta Dennis J. McAuliffe, Ph.D. Edmund M. Polonitza Edward W. Reuter John B. Wefing, Esq. Dean’s Society Robert W. Brodbeck James V. Galiano, Jr. William E. O’Dowd Pavo Society Col. James F. Bald, Jr., USA (Ret.) James P. Barry Sigmund J. Bienkowski Hon. Peter F. Boggia Walter E. Bonowicz Donald J. Brennan Martin J. Burns John J. Calamari Richard J. Carew Robert L. Cerciello, M.D. David F. Coleman William W. Corson Charles P. Dolan Barry J. Dugan Richard W. Eastman, Jr. Raymond P. Farley Robert D. Finnegan Most Rev. John W. Flesey, STD, DD Patrick R. Forte Carmen J. Giglio Charles J. Heitzmann George E. Hunter, Ph.D. Thomas J. Jennings James P. Kelly, Jr. Lawrence F.X. Kelly, M.D. Robert J. Kelly Thomas J. Kennedy Richard A. Leister, Ph.D. William A. Lindsay Rowland V. Lucid, Jr., Esq. Edward R. Maguire George A. Meluso C. J. Moore, D.D.S. Thomas H. Mullin John A. Munley John B. Opitz Anthony J. Orrick James F. Parry Edward J. Petrella, M.D. Charles Pietrangelo Christopher W. Preuster Salvatore Prisco, Ph.D. James N. Richardson

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John A. Rochacewicz John L. Rosta John J. Santapietro, Ph.D. Gerald G. Vernice Manlio M. Yozzo Fernando E. Zegri, Jr.

1965 Founder Thomas W. Duncan Ambassadors Richard P. Libretti Garry A. Prime Fellows Robert J. Donato Joseph M. Napp, Jr. Members Frank X. Derwin, Esq. James F. Donohue, M.D. Raymond G. Hallock Rev. Eugene P. Squeo James D. Van Blarcom Dean’s Society Robert T. Cabezas James P. Crane, Ph.D. John P. Lau, Sr. Thomas P. Mahon John A. Ridley, Esq. Pavo Society Paul G. Bach John F. Belby, Jr. John F. Britanak Robert A. Bronovicki George P. Bull James A. Burger Peter J. Coughlin Frederick S. Crisafulli, M.D. Thomas V. Curtin, CPA Robert C. Doherty, Esq. Richard H. Escobales, Jr. Donald J. Gallo, Esq. Peter J. Griffin Bob Hugelmeyer Joseph C. Imhof J. Brian Kuebler Gregory E. Lake William J. Lau Jack McCaskie Richard L. McCloud John E. McEnery, Esq. Patrick A. McGuire Thomas J. McLaughlin, M.D., Ph.D. Robert E. Meehan, Jr. Thomas F. O’Grady Ronald J. Olasin Robert F. Orsetti Louis J. Panepinto Dennis J. Piatkowski Robert A. Pisani Gerard J. Roerty Edward D. Ruch, Jr., Ph.D. Robert M. Russo Ronald J. Sabatini Charles G. Sanders, Esq. John P. Scanlon Eugene G. Shields Kevin M. Tansey Salvatore J. Vasto Ronald D. Waack John M. West Richard T. Williams Frank S. Woodruff Gerard E. Zimmer

1966 Founders William J. Marino Joseph A. Panepinto, Esq. Patron Patrick E. Scura Fellows Thomas F. Conway, Jr. C. Thomas Meisse Charles E. Potter

Members Theodore Bajo, Esq. Eugene R. Boffa, Jr. Edward A. Boyno, Ph.D. Kenneth S. Fekete, Sr. John T. Herrmann Kenneth E. Jasinkiewicz † Loren E. King Robert T. Lee, CFP Dennis R. Walsh Dean’s Society Joseph N. Barbera Martin P. Feeney Joseph J. McAlvanah John F. Meehan Hon. John F. O’Halloran Stanley M. Zaborowski, M.D. Pavo Society Daniel F. Aherne Alexander W. Booth, Esq. Anonymous Bernard L. Bouillette, Ph.D. William G Byrne, Jr. Frank M. Cappadona Vincent J. Caramico Matthew Carcich Carl P. Conway Vincent J. Core Edward T. Corrigan, Esq. Thomas J. Coyle Hans W. Dellith Joseph J. DeLuca Edward T. Devlin Joseph J. Dioguardi George M. Dooris, Ph.D. Thomas J. Drew Raymond J. Eichler Alan Farber, D.P.M. Jerome J. Gillen, Ph.D. Michael J. Hasuly Florence E. Hayes Robert L. Jarecki, Sr. Robert J. Kempton, Ph.D. Terence J. Kennedy John M. Kopcak Anthony Joseph Longano, Sr. Robert W. Luttman John Marmora Richard Maschal George R. Matash, CPA Walter P. Matkowski John E. McGill, Jr. Raymond P. McKernan Charles R. Meehan, Jr. Robert J. Monaghan Rev. Ward P. Moore Anthony M. Morro William J. Mueller Richard W. Mulvaney Robert J. Myers Charles J. Nietsche Anthony J. Orrico, D.M.D. Raymond J. Plodkowski Thomas J. Polk Gabriel J. Pompeo Thomas F. Powell Charles S. Shiverick Maj. Richard J. Singler, Jr., USA (Ret.) Joseph J. Switzer, Esq. Hon. Fred J. Theemling, Jr. Larry M. Tronco Attilio J. Zazzali

1967 Benefactor Joseph P. Riccardo Patron Marshall V. Rozzi Fellows Hubert J. Moran Frank B. Reilly, Jr., Esq. John E. Schlitt Mary E. Tierney

Members Bernard J. Berry, Jr., Esq. Richard K. Donnelly Joseph A. Wisneski Dean’s Society Michael J. Calderaro Paul V. D’Ascensio William J. Dowling, M.D. Frederick W. Ducca, Ph.D. Hon. John A. O’Shaughnessy Kenneth J. Sheedy William J. Ward, Esq. Pavo Society John J. Abbattista Joseph C. Armbruster Louis F. Barbaro, Esq. John F. Bassi Michael J. Bent William J. Bielen, Jr. Walter C. Bissett Paul J. Bohan Joseph J. Bulman John F. Byrnes, Ph.D. Richard M. Cardillo Robert J. Cavanagh Fred J. Ciociola Gerardo L. Crocamo Richard W. D’Andrea James R. Davidson Thomas A. Desmond Mario C. Di Iorio Robert J. Dobis Martin F. Dunne, Esq. Stephen C. Emmerth Frank H. Felice Dennis D. Ferguson, M.D. Charles M. Ferrara, D.D.S. Richard E. Finch Robert C. Greis Martin G. Heagen William H. Hill Michael Hopkins Robert J. Hopkins Gregory S. Hrebiniak, Esq. Richard W. Jacobs John P. Keller William J. Keller John F. Knutowicz John H. Lindstrom *OSEPH6-C#ARTHY -!%D Vincent J. McFadden John K. McNally, D.D.S. Marco I. Minervini, CPA Kevin P. Moriarty John J. Murphy, M.D. Alfred J. Nadler John J. Nolan Timothy B. O’Connor Thomas J. O’Shaughnessy † Thomas D. Quinn John A. Quirin Jane E. Reddy John E. Reilly, Jr. Dennis J. Santomauro Harold J. Schlesiona J. Brian Sokolik, Esq. Gerald J. Stanig Walter L. Topolewski John A. Wagner Kenneth W. Wind

1968 Founder Thomas P. Mac Mahon Ambassadors Joseph R. Gromek Joseph P. Pieroni Thomas V. Whelan Patrons William J. Barry, Jr. William Turchyn, Jr. Fellows Hon. Joseph V. Doria, Jr. George J. Duva

Members Paul J. Brignola, Sr. Thomas E. Butler Joseph Costello John N. Doyle George T. Furst, Ph.D. James T. Leman Paul J. McGovern John J. McKeon, M.D. Thomas M. Molino Dean’s Society Kevin F. Cuddihy Martin J. Hart Richard C. Hellwig, M.D. Robert D. McKay, M.D. Dennis M. Moulton Raymond C. Steele Donald Tashner John M. Walsh, Ph.D. Pavo Society Peter J. Arney Eugene J. Barrett, M.D., Ph.D. James P. Belz, CPA Geoffrey Blake Christopher A. Bogart, Jr. Robert A. Bonardi Robert M. Bordone David L. Bourgoin, Esq. Ronald H. Buryk John E. Butler, M.D. Paul V. Cahn Anthony J. Calabrese, M.D. Don D. Carlucci, Esq. Thomas J. Carroll Ronald R. Castaldo James V. Cerullo Michael D. Cole James E. Colligan III Catherine G. Condon Robert F. Corso Constance Flesey Coyle Paul P. Cusano, M.D. John F. Daly Joseph A. De Angelo Richard L. Desalvo James J. Dowd, Ph.D. Catherine Duncan Dziuba, Ed.D. Robert P. Eagan James J. Egan Hon. Joseph A. Egan, Jr. Thomas F. Fiore David M. Flynn Stephen A. Gallo, Esq. Anthony J. Giordano Michael J. Graboski Kenneth Grant Victor Gromosaik Donald W. Harold William M. Hayevy Joseph R. Horling, Jr. Stephen C. Jacobsen Thomas W. Keating James P. Kelly, Jr. Karen A. Kopcak Walter L. Kudlacik John A. LaRocca Fred Lau William T. Lissenden Martin J. Maguire Frank D. Mason James D. Matthews Lillian M. McGee Gerald P. McKeon, Jr. John M. Meekins, Esq. Thomas J. Melville, Jr. Kevin E. Mooney John B. Nolan Rene J. Perdreaux Edwin C. Peterson, Jr. Ronald C. Petrics, CPA Daniel A. Polifroni Rev. Brendan H. Quinn Jeffrey P. Quirk John D. Rafferty Robert W. Richards

Thomas F. Rochford Louis J. Rossettini Michael J. Shannon Thomas M. Shea William R. Sheridan Barbara Moraghan Tansey Lawrence Henry Tornow Michael J. Vastola David R. Wall, Esq. William Walliser

1969 Ambassador Charles P. Mayer Patron Joseph M. Dunn, Sr. Fellows Brian Dempsey Thomas J. Moorehead, Ph.D. John F. X. Prout Members Peter S. Babits Marion Williams Berry Anne E. Butler Martin J. Dolan III Edward C. Fedak, Esq. Louis J. Larca, M.D. Joseph P. LaSala, Esq. Nadia E. Makar Arthur H. McGuire Eugene T. Paolino, Esq. Richard T. Pederson, M.D. Dean’s Society Joseph A. Beggans John T. Faillace, D.M.D. Jerome G. Kotch Frank J. Murphy, Jr., Esq. William J. Nagel, M.D. Peter V. O’Brien Pavo Society Milan S. Andrus, M.D. Joseph A. Apicella, Esq. Joseph O. Arata Harold J. Augliera Joseph A. Barresi, M.D. Joan Marie Black Bellotti John J. Bolan, Esq. Ronald M. Brzenk, Ph.D. Patrick A. Cacacie, LCSW Hon. Kevin G. Callahan Lorenzo A. Canizares Robert M. Caputo John J. Celardo Raoul C. Cordeaux Daniel A. Crifo Brian J. Cunningham Grady Dale, Jr., Ed.D. Emilio F. De Lia, Jr. James P. De Noble Robert A. De Noble Joseph Degnan Robert J. Desmond, Esq. Arthur H. Dorland John F. Doyle Kenneth J. Dzikowicz Lawrence Finnell Raymond J. Frech, Jr. John R. Gancar Charles J. Gaukel Joseph A. Gervasi, Esq. Thomas J. Gibbons, Jr. Jeffrey J. Gimpel Robert C. Hinkle Kenneth P. Hyle Richard J. Jackson, M.D., MPH Theodore Jakubowski, Ed.D. Robert V. Johnston Marina Mirabito Kerber Michael J. Malecki Joseph V. Malinowski Robert J. Manning Michael J. Marose Robert A. Meisch James F. Muller Lawrence J. Musella

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Raymond P. Nastawa Jan M. Niemiec, Ph.D. Steve Pandolfo Joseph S. Pawelczyk Jerome R. Peters Robert A. Portadin, M.D. Peter P. Price, M.D. Joseph L. Raffetto, M.D. Joseph R. Rosa, Jr. John M. Rusnak Richard Secare William F. Sette Catherine Surdovel, Ed.D. Patrick J. Tiedemann William A. Tracy, Sr. Dennis E. Weisbrod Frank J. Wertalik Susan Caverly Whitcraft Walter F. Wilk Anthony W. Zarejko

1970 Founder Carol B. Bastek, Ed.D. Benefactor Russell N. Stern Ambassadors Barbara Buchala Pieroni Ralph R. Russo Patrons Gary S. Horan, FACHE James P. McAndrew John B. Wilson, Esq. Fellows Maj. Gen. George R. Fay, USAR Patrick J. Finnegan Fred J. Jacques, Jr. Theodore E. Kwiatkowski, D.M.D. Peter P. Malecki Members Thomas G. Casper Susan V. Everett Robert J. Greces John J. Gualtieri, Ph.D. Harry N. Jacobs, Esq. Catherine Weiss Merker Fred W. Musch Eugene P. O’Connell, Esq. James S. Perry Henry A. Tully Andrew T. Turrisi III, M.D. Lt. Col. Frank L. Varsolona, USA (Ret.) Dean’s Society Mary Bhagavatula Hon. Patricia Del Bueno Cleary, JSC Edward J. DePascale, Esq. Carol Cardiello Faillace Edward H. McKenna John A. O’Neill Michael I. Scott Matthew J. Swajkowski Robert V. Yanashusky Pavo Society Janet Olen Abbattista Aldo P. Antola Arthur E. Balsamo, Esq. Edward T. Bartley, Jr. Raymond W. Berberich Gregory Bialy Daniel J. Buongiorno Alan N. Buonpastore, Esq. Walter D. Carroll Gail Gilroy Castaldo Michael J. Condosta, CPA Robert J. Crerand Patricia Bald Crifo Catherine DeLuca Crocamo Paul B. Crowley, D.M.D. Demetria Kaliades De Lia Nancy Seyfried Devaney Kathleen McGuirk Diffley Maureen F. Donelan William M. Doyle Patricia Gallo Emanuele

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James J. Feehan, Sr. Louis A. Fucito John L. Giraud Eugene T. Gough Robert W. Grize Dennis L. Guyre Susan A. Hayes James F. Hollywood Theresa Pedulla Hollywood John J. Janasie, Esq. Margaret Farley Kilkenny Raymond V. Kilkenny Peter A. Klein John R. Kutney Arlene M. Labudzki Catherine Chiola Lissenden Miriam T. Lyons James T. Mai Joseph A. Maresca Anthony J. Marinello, Esq. Jerome P. Menkhaus, S.J. Robert H. Molloy Jeanne Basile Nelson Darleen Kwiatkowski Pawelczyk John G. Pawlyk Michael J. Piorkowski Eileen Walsh Polazzi Arlene Vogler Price Kathy Bald Raschke Stephen Rettino Al Scerbo Catherine Glennon Smith James M. Smith, D.M.D. Joseph J. Spano Albert T. Spiegel Francis Spillane Maria Vlahos Stamas Carl J. Steidel John Sterni Roman M. Stienss George M. Telepun Robert J. Terranova Joseph G. Traynor Joanne C. Van Dorn-Prestia Sergio J. Villegas, Sr. Thomas S. Waclawik Robert J. Wells .ORMAN7INSTON Amelia M. Yazbek Phillip J. Yutko Robert E. Zeman

1971 Ambassadors William R. Armbruster Joan K. Schultz, CPA Robert L. Tortoriello, Esq. Patrons Kathleen Fitzgerald Cocca Joyce Bergamini Wilson Fellows Karen Fristensky Stroever Theresa A. Walls, D.O. Members Thomas L. Brundage Joanne Konicki Ceimo Daniel P. Conroy, M.D. Michele F. Dullea Walter J. Greenhalgh, Esq. Patrick J. Griffin, Ph.D. Anton W. Guitano Frank W. Hogan, Jr. Marianne Zozom Larca Patricia McGeough McGovern Sara Oswald Therese M. Saulnier Frank A. Scerbo, Esq. Mary Ann Bakarich Travis Robert B. Webster, CPA Dean’s Society Kathleen O’Brien Beggans James P. Cunningham, Ph.D. James F. Dronzek, Esq. Melville P. Fickas Mary Ann Molinari Richard T. Morrissey, Esq.

Pavo Society Virginia Casey Ackerman John J. Adams, Jr. Robert J. Albrecht, Ph.D. Lois Heeney Bajor Michael V. Barbetta William C. Bastan, Ph.D. Thomas J. Belton Sandra Bissmeyer Patricia Diehl Boland George J. Borjas Janet W. Brewer James Brophy Joseph A. Cantelmo Richard J. Caporusso Frank X. Cardiello, Esq. William F. Carroll George P. Castellitto, Ph.D. E. F. Caulfield Charles W. Chapter John P. Chipko John V. Cinciarelli James J. Clayton, Sr., Ed.D. Maryrose Carew Coiner, Ph.D. Theresa Ann Costello Thomas L. Costello Jesus N. Cruz James H. Degnan Louis C. Dodge Barbara E. Dougherty David M. Dundorf John Egan Gail Slattery Feely Alfredo F. Fernandez, M.D. Darlene Amico Fisher James M. Flynn Christine Caplick Fogler Neil J. Gargiulo Irene Psak Giameo Joseph A. Giammarella Ronald Goppold, M.D. John A. Grierden, D.M.D. Judith Allegro Grierden, D.M.D. Nicole J. Groux Neal J. Hancock James F. Hanley Donna Hauptvogel Wayne C. Hoffman Mark J. Iannini Zlata Janegova Diane Dabrowski Korey J. Mark Korey Bernard J. Krauss Christine Perkowski Kruk Gregory T. Loftus Martin J. Mackin Robert A. Maggio, Esq. Mary Ann Lauria Marinello Jerry Marinzulich Kevin T. McGorry John J. McRae, Jr. Geraldine Adele Michalik, Ph.D. Cosmo A. Mongiello George V. Moskal Margaret A. Murphy Joseph P. Nalducci, Sr. Mary Ann Polkowski Nastawa Mary Colford Palecek Stephen P. Palecek Elaine Ciarkowski Petsu Fernando Prado, Jr. Fred Reinl Ronald S. Rock Albert W. Romano Lawrence J. Rooney Thomas C. Rotunno George G. Russo Carl J. Salerno Barbara A. Schiels Michael Serpico Alvin Shiggs Joseph P. Sirangelo George Michael Smith, Esq. Edmund J. Stankiewicz Dale S. Stroever Victor B. Studna, Jr. Kathleen A. Sullivan

Kathleen H. Sullivan, Ph.D. K. Joseph Vyzas, Esq. Anthony P. Yudd, M.D. Jacalyn Bopf Yudd

1972 Ambassadors Michael F. McManus Thomas L. Wickiewicz, M.D. Patron Susan P. Mitchell-Abbate Fellows Marilda L. Gandara, Esq. John C. Hughes Theresa Gutch Kwiatkowski Members Hon. Marilyn C. Clark Noreen Hanbury DeBlasio Joseph D. Evangelista Robert T. Martin Philip J. Pulcini Patrick J. Ryan Joan Balmer Tully Dean’s Society Diane M. Acosta Vincent P. De Gennaro, M.D. Paul A. Foddai, M.D. Thomas M. Hamilton Richard G. Muzikar Ronald P. Prezioso James Puglisi, CPA Hon. Peter G. Sheridan, U.S.D.J. Pavo Society Stephen Allen Susan Anderson Jean Grupp Baggs Michael J. Balduino George F. Barnes, Jr. Emmett F. Barrett Gerald Bielen Brian Bovasso Joseph P. Brannigan, Esq. William F. Byrne Bettyann Cervenak, M.D. Brian T. Codd Joseph E. Colford III, Ph.D. Thomas J. Conway, Jr. Rosemarie Petrocci Cordeaux William D. Cummings John E. Dabney II Thomas G. DeLuca, Esq. Stanislaus Dmytrach Kevin J. Duncan Catherine L. Dunn, M.D. Walter Figiel Roseline Sellari Flynn Carole Ludwig Forenza Jose M. Gallo Mike Garner Thomas J. Giblin, Esq. Eileen Guiltinan, CPA Gerard W. Hughes Patrick E. Kaminski Patti Keating Carol Wago Kelly Barbara A. Keshishian Teresa De Bartolo Kramer Joseph Kulik Michael G. Lacinak Michael Mastropasqua Florence F. McAlvanah Richard Michalowski, Jr. Linda Jannuzzi Mitchell Dennis J. Murphy Thomas A. Newton Charlotte Politowski North Robert P. O’Connor John D. Oddo, Ph.D. Anthony L. Panariello, M.D. Thaddeus R. Paprocki, M.D. Anthony C. Pasquale Col. Peter J. Podbielski, USA Julian Podesta Col. Albert J. Porto, USA Michael Prendergast Sonia Echavarria Prendergast

Mary C. Quinn Kathy Reed Janice Canary Rettino Robert L. Ricciardi R. Bruce Ryan Bernie Schumacher Walter A. Sinopoli, M.D. Karen E. Somers Geraldine Stangl Mark C. Sutich Rosemary Fox Thurston, Ph.D. Quinton C. Van Wynen, Jr. Dennis Warnke Margaret J. Whinn

1973 Founders Estate of Ellen J. Smith Kathleen Gilvey Tyrrell, Esq. Benefactor Joseph F. Coleman Ambassadors Kevin J. Downes Julie Delaney Fristensky Sharon A. Pastore Members James F. McGlinchy Joanne Burke McGlinchy Cecilia Ann Michalik Robert C. Novy, Esq. Catherine Volkmar Phalen Stanley R. Plust Eileen Gallagher Witkowski Dean’s Society Ellen A. Albert Thomas J. Connolly, D.D.S. Peter Nalbach Robert E. Nolan Gerald A. Tobin, Esq. William F. Wisneski Pavo Society Maryellen Dolan Adams Robert W. Barkovitz Ronald Becker Lorraine K Benton Denise Carbone Braak Robert J. Calaway Maureen E. Caprio Michael J. Celentano Lawrence J. Chakey Francis X. Colford, CPA Jeanne Christie Colford Kevin J. Conochan Douglas C. Coppola Joseph C. DeFazio, Esq. Michael J. Derelanko, Ph.D. Benito H. Diaz, Esq. William J. DiCorcia Robert J. Diesner Helen Rogers Donovan Ronald Du Bois Bernadette A. Duncan, Esq. Gladys Chu Eng Gloria L. Pardo Fastrup Patrice E. Fearon William J. Fechtmann, CPA Nancy Cosentino Finelli Len Fogge Ronald E. Ford Anthony Forte, Jr. Jeanne Neary Freitag Jose Gener Valerie Gray, Esq. Joseph T. Grossi, Jr. John Francis Hamill, Jr. Linda Germano Hamill Mary Seitz Jantas Noreen C. Johnson, Esq. Frank D. Karkut Elizabeth Barrett Kline Mary Kritsas Robert Larkins John L. Lenahan, D.M.D. David J. Lewandoski, CPA Peggy O’Kane Long Kenneth J. Mahon

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Chet J. Marchwinski Mary C. Massa, M.D. Joseph A. Mateo Peter Mattiace Chris McAlinden Paul A. McAndrew Kate McCann McDonald, M.D. Nicholas J. Mellie Kathleen Moran Elizabeth Rooney Murphy Frank V. O’Connell Beth Stevens O’Connor Peter M. Pizza John J. Pron Sharon A. Quinn, Esq. Deborah Waldy Ricciardi Reinerio V. Rodriguez Rosemary G. Scott Michael A. Scura, Ph.D. Michael Siderias James F. Skiba, Sr. Ethel Koutzoulis Soterakis David C. Starr Jerrold G. Starr Janet Seaman Sullivan Robert M. Thompson, M.D. Gerard A. Varley, CPA John F. Weiss Suzanne Finn Weiss Thomas M. Wisniewski Monte M. Zucker Henry A. Zulauf, Jr.

1974 Ambassador Warren C. Fristensky Patrons George M. De Luca -ICHAEL2-ILANO Fellows Joseph M. Bredehoft, Esq. Susan U. Bredehoft George P. Gurdak William R. Jacobi Thomas M. Luddy Madeline L. Romeu, O.D., F.A.A.O. Members *OHN!!NDERSON Angelo A. Caprio, M.D. Stephen P. Ellerman Joseph A. Gimma Paul F. Healey Joseph F. Nostrame Gary F. Vitale Robert J. Zoccoli Dean’s Society George E. Flimlin, Jr. Theresa Girardi Hamilton Rita Larkey Prezioso Catherine C. Randazzo Daniel J. Sullivan Pavo Society Leonard P. Alfano Antonio Alosco, D.P.M. George J. Anderson, Jr. Sheila O’Connell Antczak William Balduino Frank A. Biancola, Esq. Brian Bilinski Mary Reddington Blaney Joyce Calefati Booth, Esq. Michael D. Boylan Gerard Bruno Thomas G. Chiccone, M.D. Barbara Bennett Chipko Michael A. Colicchio Christopher M. Comer, Ph.D. Thomas J. Conti Thomas S. Cosma, Esq. Joanne Lillis Curran Raymond E. Curran Marta S. De Armas Marie DeMartino DeLorenzi Fruita L. Diaz Michael DiFiore, CPA Robert J. DiVincenzo

Arlene Roberts Dodge Joseph A. Fazio Gloria G. Felder Andrew T. Filak, Jr. Margaret Heavey FitzGerald Catherine A. Foddai, Esq. Maria Amato Fricke Michael W. Galasso Ledis Franciskovic Gazic Clare Corbett Goscienski MA Ed ’06 Joseph T. Goscienski Stephen J. Holinka Patricia Presa Horan Jack Hyland Arline P. Innis Philip A. Julewicz John Kirby Joseph J. Kollar, Jr. Albert A. Kowalski, M.D. Henrietta Fuardo Mahon Ernest P. Malik Barbara Horn Manger George J. Marshall Raymond J. Marszalowicz Marjorie G. McCormack Eileen Lillis Molino John M. Molino James E. Murphy Stephen J. Napolitano Charles H. Negraval Richard M. Newton George T. O’Dowd Anthony Origlieri, M.D. Michael A. Raimonde Aldo Rubano John J. Schaefer, Jr. Richard G. Simmons Robert Stutz Anthony J. Taylor Karen Gorman Thompson Alejandrina Torrens Henry Varacchi Hon. Thomas R. Vena Maryann Costello Visocchi Magdalena Wiltz, M.D.

1975 Founders Kathleen M. McKenna, Esq. Joseph A. Vallerini Ambassadors Robert A. Cutro Catherine Amoroso Wickiewicz Patron J. Paul Schaetzle Members Michael Caulfield Robert Donnelly Richard J. Ensor, Esq. Marcus P. Porcelli, M.D. Dean’s Society John I. Ciuppa Matthew M. Schrier, D.C. Pavo Society Peter T. Albietz Peter L. Aragona, Esq. Peter F. Bitwinski Thomas G. Bogart Michael P. Boyle, Ph.D. Adelina Calabro Brennan Anthony M. Bruno Thomas J. Butler Kathleen Reilly Cabana Jacqueline A. Cicchetti Michael R. Condon, Ph.D. Irene M. Crum Gregory Cucco Arlene F. Cunningham Robert Dachille Gerald C. DeTata, M.D. Ernesto Garcia Thomas R. Gentile Paul A. Gerber Theresa Lehto Gerber Michele Barrington Hopkins Robert J. Johnston

William H. Johnston Suzanne Karkut Gregory P. Konzelman Thomas F. Laveglio Margaret Schak Lemaire Joe Lombardo Michael L. Lucarelli Jane Cornax Malik David J. McCarthy Brian P. McDonald Mary Ann Jackson Morrone Mary Ann Murphy, Esq. Hon. Richard T. Nieto Donna T. O’Driscoll Thomas C. Palumbo Denise F. Quinn-Hesse Donald L. Ridley John A. Ripoli Elizabeth A. Roedell Michael Sancilio Joan Zadrozny Shields MA Ed ’83 Louis Stancampiano John Yashulewicz

1976 Members David C. Descalzi Mary E. Kane Paul S. Sefjack Dean’s Society Anthony Luzzi Margarita Sori, Ph.D. Pavo Society John M. Avagliano Edward J. Baggs Peter P. Bihuniak Rudolph Bruno, CPA Loretta Cerullo Anthony Cofone Robert C. Cole Henry J. Dabrowski, Jr., CPA Mark E. Dawson Donna R. DiNardo Robert W. Duffy, Jr. Joseph M. Frodella John M. Furka John P. Gallagher, M.D. Joe Gibson Edward J. Grace Robert W. Harley Patricia Flock Hilliard William T. Hilliard, Esq. Christopher M. Howard, Esq. Deborah J. Jindela Pathanee Jirayupat Jeffrey Lahm John P. Lewis ’84 Michael P. Londrigan Henry K. Matak Patrick W. McGovern, Esq. Carolyn Merkovsky Gale A. Miller Mark E. Morchel, Esq. Anthony P. Nardini Andrew D. Onacilla Kathryn Lynch Peiser Jean Marie Pelkowski Louis P. Picardo Allen V. Pisani Dennis E. Rhodes Mark A. Rizzo Donald Rodgers Maria T. Sgambellone Enrico D. Siano Deborah K. Smarth Michael D. Sullivan, CPA Lawrence C. Switaj Joan A. Yasnikowski

1977 Benefactor David G. McIntee, CPA, CVA Ambassador Charles M. Lizza, Esq. Patron Patricia McQuillan Cummings

Fellow Mary Alice Costello Rippe Members Joseph B. Baratta, M.D., FACS Michael J. Castaldi John M. Forrest Frances Fudali Michele M. Howe-O’Malley, D.O. Aldo J. Martinez, Esq. William F. Sues, Jr. Dean’s Society Jude Anne Carluccio, Esq. Janette Rizk Caulfield Toni-Dara Infante Randolph M. Riotto Pavo Society Deborah Accetta Kenneth F.X. Albers, Jr. Stephen J. Andrews Richard Antczak Mary Beth Baker Boyle Robert M. Cabana Charles F. Carpenter Elizabeth McGovern Cronen Janice Iuliano Cucco Charlene De Martino Paul F. Diverio Thomas R. Emerson James A. Failace Francis J. Figur Manfred Foge Michael A. Fondacaro William R. Glendenning Rosemary Sweeney Gousman, Esq. Eileen P. Heagen Margaret T. Horan Lizabeth S. Konopka Richard B. Koski James A. Laria, CPA Jean Lee Joseph A. McLaughlin, Ed.D. Andrew J. Meyer John H. Murphy Dennis J. O’Brien Donna M. Paccione William Przygocki Anthony L. Romano, Jr. Alana Meadus Ryan Patrick F. Saulino, M.D. Joseph J. Silva Roger Sokoloski Bruce H. Stanwood Kathleen Linden Stanwood Mark E. Szycher Lynne Cicirelli Thomasey Anthony Tortorella Lorraine D. Walsh Carolyn Weisbrod Raymond Whit

1978 Members Richard J. Bender Virginia Forrester Bender, Ph.D. Elaine Fedak Dean’s Society Patrick F. Callahan III Dominick S. Cinelli Jose A. Perez Paul L. Shahbazian Pavo Society Andrea Kelly Albers Michael L. Ammerman Anne Prime Andrews Lu Ann Constantino Aversa Michael A. Aversa, CPA Raymond R. Berger Ernest Bernarducci, Ph.D. Susan Waller Bernarducci Robert P. Cerutti Susan Chakey George J. Christopher Antoinette G. Costa-Zaeh, M.D. Vincent M. Cronen Annette Pandolfo DeLuca

Jose I. Fernandez Mary T. Flimlin, M.D. Cathy D’Alessandro Giancaspro Kevin Giordano, Esq. Emmanuel Hriso, M.D. Carl E. Jablonski Maureen Keenan Cynthia Kenny Ann Woch Kerda Antoinette Mezzina Koski John J. Longa Sophia G. Lynch John Joseph Miele Samuel Miller Charles L. Miracola Eileen O’Connor Videtti Ellen J. Palumbo Michael Pidich James A. Porcelli Joseph P. Reo William L. Roberts Edward J. Rohloff, Jr. Frank M. Rosner Margaret M. Seiz Thomas A. Simpatico, M.D. Henry A. Smith Mary A. Tierney John A. Tyrrell, D.O. Gregory Weidner Rosemary Wieczorek, M.D

1979 Patrons Carmel Zampaglione D’Amelio Frank A. D’Amelio Michael T. Kahrer Francis A. McGrail Members Diane R. Capizzi Anna Origlieri Cicirelli, Ed.D. Albert W. Dreisbach III, M.D. Jose A. Juri Ada M. Marin, M.D. Eileen Campbell Rath Dean’s Society Terri J. Driscoll Carmel Galasso John C. Holoduek, Sr. Mary Cristantiello Jain Theresa Sneyers Shahbazian Pavo Society Maurizio M. Agresta, Esq. James F. Begans Leonard Den Bleyker, D.P.M. Donna Urban Donaleski Eileen M. Finnegan Carrie Toscano Gennuso Deborah Sheehy Glendenning Eunice Nerbak Hudzik Ruth Krebs Jablonski Richard Jankoski Rosemary Michalowski Joannidis Robert W. Kelly Michael R. Krolik Rosemarie Mannine Antoinette Apolito Marmora, CPA Randal McKay John A. Meyer Denise Donovan Mulkern Anita D. Novitt, Esq. Gerald Spatola O’Connor Thomas M. Olson, Esq. Karen L. Omilian, D.O. Robert K. Reddington Joann Riccio Ann Rogalski Kathleen S. Shaver Regina Francione Terriogo Sharon Reilly Tobin Brenda R. Wenning Gilda M. Whipp

1980 Benefactor Joseph P. Blauvelt

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Members Bernard W. Cicirelli, Jr. Susan Sochinski Martinez William G. McDevitt, Jr. Michael A. Meese, M.D. Ray Menendez, CPA Louis R. Ruvolo ’08 Pavo Society Roy Aksdal Lawrence Ambrose, M.D. Clarissa Austero Michael J. Blasiak Michael F. Calandrillo John Campanioni John P. Carroll Martha Civiletti Carol A. Czajkowski Lisa Descalzi Lynne Anne Foxen Rosemary M. Frank Paul J. Gallagher Joseph Glembocki Bob Guthrie Franklyn D. Hemmings Michael Iannacone Frank Infante John Jarema Diane Shoup Julius John J. Julius Joanne Kaiser-Smith, D.O. Marilyn Sluka Kelly John Lello Peter Lensky Julia F. Lomba James C. Maliff Thomas Markowski Adele Polli Mase Dorothy A. Paolucci Julia M. Pate John F. Pietruszka, Jr. John J. Plesniarski, CPA Michael F. Polise, M.D. Giancarlo Prezioso Esperanza Rodriguez-S. Janet Bodnar Saltarelli Robert T. Saltarelli Rita A. Serock William S. Vasvary Janet L. Walczyk William W. Waldy, Jr. Linda Sosulski Zindle

1981 Benbefactor Donna Falconcino Blauvelt Ambassador James G. Rizzo Fellow James F. Leen Members Ann M. Bleach Frank Garcia Eileen Whalen Huelbig Roy E. Huelbig Francisco J. Varela Dean’s Society Jay P. Baratta David P. Caulfield Maryellen Lavin, Ph.D. Pavo Society Robert C. Bender Edward T. Blicharz Bruno Brancatella Mary J. Carille Frank Colucci Michele Coniglio Patrick DeCotiis Anthony DiPerna Patrick J. DiSanto Elizabeth Magee Doren Brian E. Early Eileen Egan Valerie Koerber Egan Regine Familet Maureen F. Finnegan

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Pantaleo W. Gadaleta Gregg Gierek Donald Gurry Zenobia S. Harris Virginia R. Higley Theresa M. Jaeger, Ph.D. Laura J. Johnson Judith C. Keilp, Esq. John M. Lillis Robert C. Lucid William Mateo Greg Melofchik Marisa Migliozzi Evelyn Montalvo-Stanton, M.D. Michael J. Muller, Esq. John A. Mustillo Mary Ann Nusslein Donald F. O’Brien Bernadette Haggerty Olson Katarina Sag Prais Janice Prontnicki, M.D. Jerrilyn Oliva Raczynski Joseph Ross Omayra Sanabria Nina Seelbinder Hon. Vincent A. Signorile Susan M. Suros Beth Tormey William Weber Doris Wojciechowski

1982 Ambassador Bartholomew Erbach Patron Lucy M. Sardella-Lawrence Members Martin J. Boyle Marilyn Trapani Dean’s Society Dore Ann Celentano Baratta Pavo Society Ellen Gerweck Amon Odalys Arencibia Elia Biancardi Elizabeth James Blumetti Patricia Ann Burke Kevin P. Burkly Denise Carbone Caulfield Robert Coghlan Mary Ellen Frank DeCotiis James Degnan Alfredo Delcastillo Helen Shirley Fein Lt. Col. Thomas I. Fitzpatrick, USA (Ret.) Milagros R. Garcia-Sobryan Mark Granata, D.P.M. MaryJo Nitting Griese Katherine Dziewic Hixson John J. Jankoski Janice P. Kidney Anita Shields Kinsella Richard L. Kuklinski Frances C. Labiak Brian McCarthy, Ph.D. Victor Paparazzo Toni A. Petrozelli-Demaria Suzanne Mabille Prezioso Jeffrey Procanik Debra Marra Rucki Emily T. Ruffing Joseph Sandford Kevin M. Schaffert Mark E. Severino Joyce Southwick Dominick Joseph Truglio, Jr. Saul R. Umanzor Robert G. Weinel Thomas Wurst Mary Zerbo Dr. Theresa Zesiewicz-Staffetti, M.D.

1983 Patron Fred Nitting, Jr., CPA

Fellows Kevin P. Guckian Mark G. Kahrer Members Catherine M. Carnevale John P. Krotulis, CPA Glenn Lockwood Joseph A. Michalik Anne M. Ronan, Esq. Pavo Society Elizabeth A. Altamura MaryAnne T. Brauner William A. Catuzzi Donna Schmitt Chambers Elaine Mauro Cigolini Diana M. Corcoran Madeleine L. Coyra Joanna Lewandoski Crosby Debra Dimoplon Janet M. Fechtmann Joseph R Frank Gerard T. Glynn Carl R. Gonzalez Rachel Gutierrez John F. Kennedy, Esq. Thomas E. Kilkenny, M.D. Daryl Delgaizo Levy Walter G. Lezynski Richard J. Macon Patrick J. McNamara, Jr. Gines Milara Karen Murphy Kathleen Peist Barbara Grabowski Perz Regina Plesniarski Lawrence A. Quarino, Ph.D. Thomas D. Roth, Jr. Alan V. Russotto Helen Leahy Russotto Keith Scala Vincent Sciancalepore Michael S. Shuhala, Esq. Kathleen T. Smith Hugo M. Vargas, Ph.D. Ted A. Vittas Maria Waszczynsky Mark D. Wintjen

1984 Patron Michelle Incognito Nitting Fellow Stephen M. Kozuch, Esq. Members Suzanne Cozine, CPA -ARIA$-ARTINO-"! -!%D Kathleen Gillespie Krotulis Dean’s Society Elizabeth Varrichio Bender -ICHAEL"LANCATO Rosemary Lombardo Chiricolo Judith Garcia Cohen Kathleen M. Craffey John J. Eglentowicz Tinamarie M. Ferrara Michael Granelli Edward J. Halter Marilyn D. Hart Raymond Holowienka George J. Horan JoAnne Luccarelli Maureen M. Lyons-Brennan Annamarie Malachi Louis Marchese Eileen Markenstein Frank Martineau John P. Mayer, CPA Mary E. McCarthy Marie S. Melli Irene Tsamutalis Moreira Robert A. Oberkehr Maureen E. O’Brien Colleen T. O’Dea Barbara A. Przekop Denise Tonzola Quarino Gina M. Reo

Peter Zanone

1985 Ambassador Jorge B. Gomez Patron Hernan L. Medina Members Doreen Catanio, CPA Shawn M. Doherty Ann Marie Conheeney Forrest Dean’s Society Randi Larsen Casey Pavo Society Jorge Bello Anne Cerchio Joseph F. Gerdes Maria Hernandez-Monnerat Charlotte Hunecke Holowienka Eric J. Hulsen Geraldine S. Kern George G. Kowalczuk Morris L. Kyrollos Barbara Matuszek Marchitto Patricia A. Norton Catherine Pugliese-Sivo Wayne R. Ricigliano Michael P. Rossano Wilfred S. Royer, Ph.D. Thomas J. Sivo William Towns Jude G. Tummillo

1986 Ambassador Eleni Pashalidis Gomez Patrons Raymond J. Chiu Toni Ann Turco Fellow Noreen D. Beaman, CPA Member 3ANDRA,ONGO2EILLY Dean’s Society Orlando M. Esposito Patricia Deley Kilkenny Patricia H. Kontje Pavo Society Grace Perri Amoretti Carol L. Berthold Karen Bizzaro, R.N. Stephen T. Cappitelli Kathleen M. Cehelsky, Esq. Michael J. Corsi, CPA Christopher J. Gill Ann M. Gurney Margaret E. Hart Michael T. Kozar Elizabeth Lang James E. Malone Anthony J. Marchitto Robin A. Newman, Esq. Mary Lou Obermayer Curt J. Philipczak, CPA John A. Sweeney Debra A. Tyler

1987 Fellow Robert C. Hopko Member Cosmo Vacca ’04 Dean’s Society Patricia A. Berry Pavo Society Carolyn Penaskovic Bauer Peter J. Bennett Kenneth Bigliani Sarah Higgins Colgan Lisa M. Gizzi Garza Elizabeth M. Henry Cynthia Milane Huhn Patricia Mezzina Hulsen 'ERARDETTE!)OVINO John T. Irvine

Gerard P. Jablonski Aline A. Lauzon Marianna McCarthy Colleen A. McCrea Joan M. McDonough Joseph J. Mernar Gisela Mockler Anthony Robiolio Roman A. Sukiennik Colleen Rush Szefinski Lupo A. Vaccarella Chris E. Vericker Marta Costanzo Youth

1988 Members Adan D. Araujo, Esq. Maryanne Armelino Menendez Dean’s Society Maryellen Scott Moran Alphonse M. Pecoraro, Jr., M.D. Anthony R. Romano Pavo Society Judith T. Bozza G. Jean Braden Junita E. Brodie Elizabeth D’Elia Bruno John C. Caulfield, Esq. Kevin W. Dahill Barbara Lillis DeMarco Brian A. Fitzhenry Gina Fortunato-Gehan Frank Fusco, Esq. Gail P. Godesky Michelle Gallagher Harrigan Timothy P. Harrigan Marlene Lara Hendrian Suzanne Dewhurst Honan Larry Jones Maureen P. Lyons Christopher Pelletier Marisa Tartaglia Watrall Thomas Valente Dauphine A. Williams

1989 Fellow Stephen V. Falanga, Esq. Dean’s Society David J. Chesney Pavo Society Kevin N. Buterbaugh, Ph.D. Diane De Geoso Cantwell Eileen McGarvey Gill Robert D. Hofmann Barbara Ann Jordan-Smith Nancy Lanfrank Jan J. Marose-Swiszcz Maryann E. Mattessich Gail E. Neilan Kirk C. Nelson Lionel Q. Suarez Ramon O. Veloz

1990 Ambassador Margaret Conway Erbach Fellow Michael P. McGrath Member Lucia M. Passante Pavo Society Robert M. Argen Corlelda Burrell Marc J. Crawford Ralph H. De la Cruz Michael A. Iannaccone Cheryl Barrett Jablonski Linda A. Jurusz John S. Kinsella Michael F. Lattmann Kathleen Lillis Magnus Matthew McKenna David Morano Jacqueline Jankowski O’Shaughnessy, Ph.D.

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James A. Peko Michael J. Samra, Sr. Arthur J. Scrivani, Jr. Scott E. Tuzzo

1991 Ambassadors Elizabeth Viray Santos Robb Santos Fellows Kenneth Moore William T. Price III Fausto Rotundo, CPA Members Chris A. Economides Rose R. Perry Dean’s Society Dora Lourenco McNeilly Matthew J. McNeilly Pavo Society Patricia Berinato Thomas F. Blunda David A. Bryngil Audrey M. Calligy Milton A. Fuentes, Psy.D. Daniel S. Konieczko Edward A. Lally Roslyn Lieberman Kenneth J. Mack Michael E. O’Shaughnessy, Jr. Tony Pradhan Dorothy H. Stahl Anthony L. Walker Tom J. Zimmermann

1992 Patron Dennis A. Drake II Fellows Mark A. Bocchieri Anthony O. Pergola, Esq. Member John W. Gogarty Dean’s Society David F. Mertz Pavo Society Patricia A. Antonellis, R.N. Mary Mahon Carfagno Peter G. Carfagno Kathryn A. DiGiovanni Kathleen Owings Kaderabek Sean M. Kane, Esq. Karen Campbell Mahoney, Esq. Thomas F. Monnerat Urmil S. Shah Jean M. Vitti

1993 Fellow Helen E. Carroll Member Mary DiNardo Pavo Society Margaret McGarvey Czarkowski Susan Schlatmann Harris Michael J. Lillis Karina I. Maleski Jerry Milsap Jill Serafin Pineiro

1994 Fellow Maureen Lemke Pergola Member Jonathan C. O’Donnell Dean’s Society Philip A. Mongelluzzo, Jr. Pavo Society Antoine M. Allen Patricia A. Byrnes-Seneca Jennifer Petriello Eng David R. Golebieski ’04 Anna J. Lang ’07 Kevin T. O’Rourke

Deana Guden Pagnozzi

Michele Zuber

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Members John J. Licata Mary M. Lowenburg Ryba Pavo Society Jennifer R. Aitken Rose Costello Timothy N. Dillard Charles Hood Michael D. Horrigan Laura Ingrassia Leslie A. McHale Anthony M. Noone Jean Gardner O’Rourke Richard T. Ranft Debra T. Sopelsa Maria D. Tamburro Thomas N. Tamburro Kamal Tamna Josephine Tighe David R. Tomkins Natalane Williams

Dean’s Society Loraine Kolibas Buitrago Mark A. Buitrago, CPA Amira A. Roess Pavo Society Patrick F. Annello, M.D. Willola M. Ashley Richard A. Bielen Catherine Cassidy Martin J. Cormier Jorge R. De Armas James C. DeAngelo Edward J. Pierce Shannon Sullivan Pullaro Casey Strange Kimberly Strcich Sean Torpey

Pavo Society Patricia Ahearn ’07 Robert M. Carney, Sr. ’08 Joan M. Carpenter Nancy E. Espinal John J. Hallanan III Monica A. Ivankovic Caroline Kornutik Charles S. Lassiter Merlita C. Manzano James E. Meehan Stephen J. Michlik James F. Milon Stacey T. Nguyen Kathleen M. O’Dougherty David J. Polito Joseph P. Shea Alice M. Terrell Frederick P. Veltri Alexander P. Wender

1996 Member Marianne Hans Dean’s Society Joseph E. Holleran Regina Boyan Melnyk Jack A. Palazzo Pavo Society Rosemary E. Ampuero Irene Cannizzaro Godfrey Conway Martin J. Egan Patricia C. Fromholtz Monica Ceklosky Gildea Barbara W. Isenberg Sookhee Kim -ARY,ARACY-C#ABE Anthony J. Morcilio, USA Patrice D. Murtha Karmen A. Spadavecchia Elaine L. Van Buren-Rizzo ’06

1997 Member John T. Sullivan, Esq. Dean’s Society Crystal L. Howard Fadia Joseph Justin D. McKeon Don Melnyk Pavo Society Michael M. Abatemarco, Esq. Jennifer K. Crowley Antonio De Bellonia Brian McCabe ’04 Julie Schaffert Mule Tyronnet Nimmons Daksha Patel Jaime A. Reyes Jayne T. Rizzo Trinidad C. Villaruel

1998 Members Ashling Lyons Ehrhardt Lauren Policastro Sullivan August A. Zenzius III Dean’s Society Christopher P. Harrison Pavo Society Donald H. Brennan Estelle Bryk John Budnik Dennis C. Degnan, Ed.D. Alex Drummond Eileen A. Hannaford Bernice Rivera John Sica Capt. Stephen K. Trynosky, Jr., USA Michael J. Wirth, CPA Louis Zampella

2000 Members James P. Conway Joshua A. Schrier, Ph.D. Christina M. Shea Dean’s Society Jose L. Lopez, Ph.D. Pavo Society Janner A. Caicedo William A. Calise Segundo Chang Jr. Mario C. Civico Carol L. Dundon Stephen J. Ferroni Christina Fullam Sandra A. Harte #HRISTOPHER--ARTALUS Tom Muir Susan Johnson Patikowski Katrina T. Sabater, M.D. Judith Story

2001 Associate Members Maurice J. Betts ’03 Arlene Alegre Chin Francis M. Drummond John P. Nelson, Jr. Pavo Society Andrew Bugliaro Stephanie T. Collins Jose C. Felix Capt. Christian M. Fierabend, USA Mary McDermott Fierabend Mariam I. Garuba Keshia Green Michelle M. Juarbe Diana P. Sardella Budd J. Scheffler Robert Schumeyer Malikita Wright Jason D. Wurst

2002 Associate Member Michael M. Andrulis Pavo Society Anna M. Buontempo, Esq. Josephine L. Cipriano ’06 Nicholas A. D’Amore Richard P. Diaz David R. Donovan Ian T. Gallagher Robert J. Graham Ryan M. Livingston Steven Llanes Eduardo Lunar Mark C. Navarro Alberto C. Nunes Daniel P. O’Donnell Christopher J. Price Jennifer J. Ragsdale ’07 Renata Reis Frank P. Rezzonico David A. Tango, Esq.

2004 Associate Members Timothy Brennan Andres Cifuentes Pavo Society Alex W. Bogaenko Christopher L. Cassaro Edward T. Gale John R. Hack Christopher Henry David A. Leon Kristen Lore Katherine McCormack Thomas R. Papaleo Serina M. Alfano Signorello Colleen D. Smith

2005 Associate Members Anonymous Christen M. Furka Leah M. Leto Pavo Society Mark G. Arnowitz Patricia J. August Donna S. Beck Leah E. Capece, Esq. Andrea Freeman Chipana Richard R. Corbett Marissa O. Dowery Natalie C. Furka Joseph P. Masterson Nelida N. Santiago

Akira T. McMillon Joseph K. Szaro

2008 Associate Members Michael J. Connors ’10 Geoffrey Daly Alissa R. Giordano Di Scala Mesfin Fekadu Kamen Z. Stoykov Pavo Society Francesca M. DeLiberis Boryana Dimitrova Michael T. Garvey Daniel L. Gubelli Sandra D. Horvat Jeffrey W. Kane Jenny M. Lorenzo Matthew J. Lubin Madeline Madden Dianne Militano Terence E. Quinn Robert A. Raffaele Jaclyn P. Russell Julie Anne M. Saporito Karen J. Taglieri Michael J. Vallejo

2009 Associate Members Joseph Carney Lisa M. Flick Chelsea L. Kilway Frances R. Lembo Katrina S. Luckenbach Brian D. McCullough Cherylann Munoz Rachel A. Slaiman Katherine A. Swierad AnneMarie Varrichio Pavo Society Robert K. Breithaupt Raphael Mangual Goritsa N. Marova Deirdre T. Power Lisa M. Romano Jennifer S. Savoca Matthew C. Van Deursen

2010 Associate Members Jenny E. Campbell Elizabeth A. Long Michael C. Massey Michael P. Valenti Matthew A. Wisneski

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Associate Member Rabia Sattaur Pavo Society Michael J. Bruno Jennee L. Darragh Eileen A. Foley Faitoute Guerly Jean Baptiste Christopher J. Kresge Susan J. McGlynn Stephanie A. Panzariello Joseph J. Pavlica, Jr. Mukta P. Varsani

Senior Class Gift Class of 2011 Luiz Galvao Serra Arenas John Arnesto Leigha Ashmen Presiyana Barbazouh Ashley E. Brown Sean Carney Thomas Cleary Liz-Ann Cox Jason Cox Samuel C. Enad, Jr. Leo Fajardo Calvin Huen Craig Hughes Jeremy Ives Saugat Karki Nicole Onello Jose Ortiz Matthew Petzold Yewande Salako Walter Stacey, Jr.

2007 Associate Members Niekel Griffith Niurka E. Mederos ’10 Billy Joe L. Mercado Lois M. Molitoris Joseph V. Mulvanerton Joseph J. Potenzone Miguel A. Saez Pavo Society IIoana A. Alisie Nora J. Connolly Leo J. Dandes John W. Durando Jose A. Gallego Daniel A. Greco

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MAAC CHAMPS x 2 The Saint Peter’s women’s track and field team emerged as the hands-down team to beat last year, capturing both the indoor and outdoor Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC) championships. The season ahead looks just as promising.

Exciting moments from the MAAC Championship and NCAA Tournament.

The women’s track and field team clinched two MAAC Championships last year.

few years ago, standout hurdler Ronnah Parham ’12 took a chance in choosing to attend Saint Peter’s College. She knew the College would deliver on academics. But the women’s track and field team was a fledgling program. Still, she listened when Head Coach

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Michael Massone told her the team was on a mission to build a quality program. “I just knew this is where I was meant to be,” recalled Parham, an education and psychology major from Piscataway, N.J. “I wanted to be a part of building the program.” Her hunch has paid off big time. Last

year, the Peahens captured both the indoor and outdoor MAAC championships. The indoor and outdoor titles were the first in the program’s history. Parham set a meet record in the indoor 55-meter hurdles and was named the outdoor meet’s most outstanding performer with a new MAAC record in the 100-meter hurdles and

another win in the 400-meter hurdles. Meanwhile, Massone was named MAAC coach of the year for both the indoor and outdoor seasons. The key to the team’s success, according to the veteran coach, was teamwork. “We are bringing in student-athletes who are very unselfish and willing to sacrifice for the good of the team,” said Massone, who also coaches the men’s team. “They only worry about the championship. They know exactly what their goals are and will methodically train for that goal. The members of this team are not impatient. They understand it takes time.” Parham agreed. “Our team was very dedicated. We were prepared mentally and physically. We knew we could get the job done.”

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Almost immediately following the indoor championship, Massone’s phone started ringing, with parents and prospective student-athletes all wanting more information about the Peahen program. Massone said high school coaches have been especially supportive and helped spur the program’s rise from a roster of eight to a team of 40. To make the grade on Massone’s team, student-athletes have to score in the classroom, as well. In fact, 18 of the 71 student-athletes named to the MAAC Academic Honor Roll in 2011 were from the men’s and women’s track and field teams. To be eligible for the honor, studentathletes must earn a minimum 3.2 GPA and be in their second year of athletic eligibility. “From day one when students come in,

“WE ARE BRINGING IN STUDENT-ATHLETES WHO ARE VERY

UNSELFISH AND WILLING TO SACRIFICE FOR THE GOOD OF THE TEAM.”

The team has outstanding depth in the sprints, jumps and throws. In fact, the outdoor meet saw the Peahens score in all but five events. The 4x100 relay team of Asha Daley ’12, Aigner Holmes ’12, Latasha Green ’14 and Stefanny Laureano ’14, grabbed gold, with throwers Khadeen Issacs ’12 in the discus, Cristina Vilsant ’13 in the hammer, and Sunita Kumar ’14 in the javelin, all winning their events, and Regina Raglan ’14 taking second in the hammer. Sprinters who took home silver included Daley in the 100-meter dash and 100 hurdles, Shona Potrzuski ’14 in the 400 hurdles, and the 4x400 relay team of Gina Nocerino ’14, Melody Lopez-Bernstein ’12, Laureano and Potrzuski. Not to be outdone, Renee Brzyski ’13 took second in the pole vault, with other second-place finishes scored by Issacs in the high jump and Cherrice Brown ’13 in the discus.

the priority is academics first,” Massone said. “They are students first, athletes second.” Massone is looking to the upcoming indoor season with confidence. “I’m very confident that we have a much stronger team than last year, and we’re very deep,” he said of the women’s team, adding that the Peacocks, too, will be outstanding. “I feel like we’re good enough to win again.” Greater participation by alumni and friends in Peacock Nation, a booster club and giving society, will only help to strengthen the program and support outstanding student-athletes in their strive for excellence. “We’re in a better place,” Parham noted. “We’re all pulling together to make the program better.” To make a gift today to Peacock Nation, visit www.spc.edu/peacocknation.

IT’S A DUNNE DEAL! It was an exciting ride for the men’s basketball team last year with the Peacocks notching their first 20-win season in 11 years, along with their first Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC) Championship and first NCAA Tournament nod in 16 years. At the center of it all was veteran Head Coach John Dunne, who recently earned an extension of his Saint Peter’s contract through the 2015–2016 season. The 14th head coach in the history of men’s basketball at the College, Dunne came to Saint Peter’s six years ago determined to rebuild a program that had been struggling. In his first two seasons at the helm, the Peacocks won a combined 11 games. But then the team took off on a winning trajectory, with 11 wins in 2009 and 16 a year later. Over the past three seasons, the Peacocks have won 47 games, 30 of those in MAAC competition. Dunne has built the Peacocks’ success on defense. Over the past two years, Saint Peter’s has emerged as one of the top defensive teams in the country, limiting opponents to 37.6 percent shooting last season. “John has done an excellent job rebuilding the men’s basketball program over the past five years,” said Director of Athletics Patrick Elliott. “Throughout his tenure he has guided our student-athletes to success both on the court and in the classroom. We are excited about the future of Saint Peter’s basketball with Coach Dunne leading the way.”

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a three-part series

A Tribute to Heroes A multi-year project to honor members of the Saint Peter’s College community for their wartime sacrifices will culminate in a new veterans memorial and website honoring their heroic deeds.

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ollowing the Saint Peter’s College graduation in 1899, two members of the class prepared to embark on careers that would distinguish them as leaders during one of the darkest times in our nation’s history. The first, Robert Rush Rankin, would later join the Society of Jesus and serve as a chaplain to the U.S. Army during World War I. The second, Joseph Tumulty, went into politics and emerged as a political advisor and secretary to President Woodrow Wilson, accompanying the president to Capitol Hill on the day Wilson delivered his declaration of war. They were two of many Saint Peter’s graduates who would go on to serve their country during wartime, most as soldiers on the front lines. Now, Saint Peter’s College is poised to honor veterans who lost their lives in battle with a memorial planned for a courtyard near the new student center. Called A Tribute to Sacrifice, the memorial will feature a stone wall honoring Saint Peter’s fallen heroes. Another initiative, A Tribute to Service, will recognize members of the Saint Peter’s community by publishing the stories of those who have served in the United States military on a new website. 30

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Thomas Donnelly, Ph.D., a professor emeritus at the College, has culled information on Saint Peter’s veterans from archives, the web and conversations with alumni and others. Professional genealogy researcher Suzanne Rose has also joined the research project. Together, the pair has unearthed the stories of more than 1,200 members of the College community who served in wars ranging from World War I through the current conflicts in Afghanistan and Iraq. Plans call for Rose to start researching another 1,200 names this fall. Dr. Donnelly says the desire to serve comes naturally to graduates of Saint Peter’s and other Jesuit institutions who walk in the footsteps of Saint Ignatius Loyola, a soldier who experienced a conversion before founding the Society of Jesus. “This is not a glorification of war, but rather a reverence for life,” Dr. Donnelly says of the Tribute to Service. “(This) will honor all Saint Peter’s College students who served in the military. They followed the path of Saint Ignatius by their willingness to put their lives on the line in service to others. There is selflessness in Ignatian spirituality, which tends to inspire those who encounter it to service. Ignatius

imitated Christ by giving his life every day for others. His students for generations after are often no less motivated.” The information Dr. Donnelly and Rose have uncovered is, at times, both inspiring and heart-wrenching. As World War I raged in Europe, Fr. Rankin, on leave from his Army camp in January 1918, returned to Saint Peter’s to deliver a rousing address to students. His message: “No true American can be a good Catholic without being at the same time a loyal citizen of our country.” Fr. Rankin’s speech so inspired the students that many followed him up Hudson Boulevard to Journal Square to enlist. Some never returned home from the war. So far, the research has identified two, James P. McGovern and Alfred Joseph Shine, who lost their lives. Dr. Donnelly expects the continuing research to reveal more. With most of its students off to war, the College closed in fall 1918 and didn’t re-open until 1930. But seven years later, World War II broke out, and the Saint Peter’s College community again responded with great patriotism. The College initiated an accelerated war schedule to graduate students faster

VETERANS SERIES

An image of Saint Peter’s Army Reservists shortly before they shipped out for Camp Upton and Fort Dix in 1943.

so they could join the war effort. Records indicate that more than 1,600 alumni and 1,000 students enlisted, with 300 women enrolled in the College’s nursing program signing on with the United States Nurses’ Cadet Corp. Individual stories filtered back to campus. The school newspaper, The Pauw Wow, reported in 1942 that Lt. John J. Mullen ’40 was injured in a naval engagement between Allied and Japanese cruisers in the Solomon Islands. Lt. Mullen served as the communication officer on the U.S.S. Astoria, which sank in the battle. Other students rushed to enlist, with 56 joining up during an East Coast recruiting tour held on campus at Collins Gymnasium. Another 29 reported for duty at Fort Dix and Camp Upton seven months later. Tales of bravery abounded. Rev. John Ruane, S.J., now professor emeritus of philosophy, endured imprisonment by the Japanese in the Philippines, where he and the other prisoners faced limited rations and abuse at the hands of sadistic guards.

Fr. Ruane and Rev. Wallace Pangborn, who later served as a Saint Peter’s theology professor, were among the 2,146 prisoners freed from the concentration camp during a 1945 raid. Lt. Martin J. Higgins ’39 received the Silver Star and other decorations for commanding the Lost Battalion in 1944. Cut off behind German lines, Lt. Higgins staved off enemy attack for five days. Interred in a POW camp in a later campaign, the alumnus proved to be an exemplary soldier and consummate leader. The late Patrick J. Caulfield, Ph.D. ’47, who later went on to found the Department of Education at Saint Peter’s College, served in France and Belgium. In his book, A Bedtime Story for my Children and Grandchildren, published posthumously following his death in 2002, he described many battles in which he witnessed friends killed or severely wounded. “It is impossible to describe the feeling one gets going into battle a second or third time,” Caulfield wrote. “The first time, you

don’t know how bad it will be. The next time and every time thereafter you know, and it is worse than the first time.” Dr. Donnelly hopes the memorial, which will include an image of Saint Ignatius, will provide an opportunity for students and visitors to take time from their busy schedules to remember the sacrifices others in the College community have made in the name of freedom. “The inclusion of Saint Ignatius makes this something more than a typical memorial in any county or state,” he said. “It gives you pause to think, ‘What would Ignatius say? What kind of man was he and what kind of person were they?’” To contribute information to the research effort, contact Jenny Campbell in the Office of Alumni Relations at (201) 761-6112 or visit alumni.spc.edu and click on the Veterans tab. In the next issue of Saint Peter’s College magazine, Part 2 of 3: the Korean Conflict and Vietnam. Saint Peter’s College s Fall 2011 31

REMEMBERING 9/11

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e remember our alumni who were lost on September 11, 2001. Christopher Allingham ’87 Maurice V. Barry ’81 Sherry Bordeaux ’85 Martin M. Boryczewski ’02 (posthumously) Mark Carney ’82 John Casazza (a graduate student) John R. Crowe ’66 Michael D. Diehl ’79 Kenneth Grouzalis ’73 Anthony P. Infante, Jr. ’85 Andrew La Corte ’76 Steven Morello ’74 Robert E. Parks ’76 Aida Rosario ’82 Edward T. Strauss ’91 Thomas F. Swift ’01

We also remember the many family members and loved ones of the Saint Peter’s College community who were lost that day. Saint Peter’s College has made every effort to ensure the accuracy of this list. If you detect any errors or omissions, please contact Sarah Malinowski at smalinowski@spc.edu.

A few miles from Ground Zero and the 9/11 Memorial in New York, the College community gathered on September 12 for an interfaith prayer service to remember and reflect on the events of September 11, 2001. The 10-year anniversary was marked by a series of events from September 10–20 that included a memorial Mass, Freshman Day of Service, opportunities for conversation and reflections and a 9/11 Remembrance Film Series. 32

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TRUSTEES 2011–2012 Kathleen M. McKenna, Esq. ’75, Chairman Francis A. McGrail ’79, Vice Chairman Thomas D. Carver, Esq. ’58, H ’08 Bernard W. Cicirelli, Jr. ’80 Annette D. Corbin ’84 Eugene J. Cornacchia, Ph.D., ex officio William J. Cozine ’60 Robert A. Cutro ’75 James J. Daly, Esq. ’59 Alfa Melesse Demmallesh H ’10 Robert J. Goldstein ’60 Gary Michael Gurtler, S.J. Robert G. Lahita, M.D., Ph.D. ’67 Richard P. Libretti ’65 Thomas P. Mac Mahon ’68 Raymond C. Maguire, M.D. ’58 Pamela T. Miller, Esq. ’77 Susan P. Mitchell-Abbate ’72 J. Donald Monan, S.J. Fred W. Nitting, Jr., CPA ’83 Joseph P. Parkes, S.J. Sharon A. Pastore ’73 Anthony O. Pergola, Esq. ’92 Robert E. Reiser, S.J. Madeline L. Romeu, O.D., F.A.A.O. ’74 Ralph R. Russo ’70 Peter G. Stewart, Esq. ’63 Robb Santos ’91

Last year more than 3,300 believers made a gift to Saint Peter’s College.

Vincent B. Sullivan, S.J. Toni Ann Turco ’86 Kathleen A. Tyrrell, Esq. ’73 Elnardo J. Webster, Ed.D. ’69

Trustee Emeriti John P. Murray ’57, H ’02 Patricia Q. Sheehan H ’77 Francis G. Ziegler ’63

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Jesuit Mission & Identity Promoting our Jesuit Mission & Identity is one of six critical priorities within Students at the Center. Investments in this priority will allow the College to strengthen programming provided by the Offices of Campus Ministry and Community Service. Funds are also sought to preserve the College’s two places of worship: Saint Peter Chapel and St. Aedan’s: The Saint Peter’s College Church. To learn more, see page 4 or visit www.spc.edu/campaign.

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