W&J Magazine Winter 2012
W&J Magazine, published twice a year by the Office of Communications, highlights alumni and campus news about and of interest to more than 20,000 alumni and friends of the College
WINTER 2012 2012 2 Washington C O L L E G E Jefferson M A G A Z I N E The meaningful way alumni are shaping the future, one President at a time METZLI RIVERA '14, WALTER FLAMENBAUM '62 AND JI PARK '12 Flying high Field hockey defender Meaghan Thornlow '13 high-fives her teammates and coaches during introductions. Thornlow was named MVP of the Empire 8 Tournament, where the Presidents upset Utica and Nazareth to advance to the NCAA Tournament for the first time in College history. For more fall sports coverage, turn to page 20. On the cover Metzli Rivera '14 and Ji Park '12 are recipients of W&J's Give It Forward Together (GIFT) Fund. Supported by Walter Flamenbaum '62, M.D., the scholarship helps cover tuition, room and board costs for students in need of financial assistance. To learn how Flamenbaum and other alumni are making a difference in the lives of W&J students, turn to page 10. PHOTO BY JIM JUDKIS II WINTER 2012 MAGAZINE WJ Washington C O L L E G E Jefferson M A G A Z I N E contents 4 10 18 23 29 WINTER 2012 news feature sports alumni class notes honor roll of donors 41 Turning heads Introduced to W&J this fall, George eorge Washington and Thomas Jefferson are s making quite an impression on campus. ression Learn more about the College's new mascots on page 4. WASHINGTON & JEFFERSON COLLEGE 1 W&J president's message The value of mentoring The adage, "It takes a village to raise a child," could easily be applied to education. Throughout our youth, we learn from our teachers, our coaches, our peers and our mentors. This issue of the alumni magazine looks at how the Washington & Jefferson College community comes together to make a difference in the lives of W&J students. Some alumni, faculty and friends provide scholarships, making it possible for W&J students to afford a first-class liberal arts education. Others provide students with advice on maximizing opportunities during their college careers. Still others offer career guidance and help position graduates for employment. W&J mentors take these relationships seriously, and they give without expecting anything in return. One alumnus recently told me, "I was a junior when my father said he President Tori Haring-Smith could no longer pay for my tuition. I went to Dean Frank and Haley Roberts '14 and said I would have to withdraw. The Dean told me not to worry, that the bills would be paid. To this day, I don't know who paid the bills, but I was able to finish my degree." The scholarship not only afforded this student the opportunity to finish his degree, but it allowed him to remain in the midst of a supportive community while his family worked through a tough time. A version of this story is repeated every day at W&J. Not every example is quite so dramatic and not every student has this level of need, but every student relies on a good mentor to get the most out of the college experience. Mentoring is more than simply writing a check. When students want to know how to choose a major, whether to join a fraternity or sorority, or how to balance athletics and academics, mentors offer them valuable guidance. Some mentors offer career advice as well, helping students prepare for job interviews or think about creative ways to put their skills to work. These individuals pass on the wisdom they gained at W&J from the professors, coaches and staff members they knew so well--people who taught them how to think, to handle failure, and to cultivate perseverance and confidence. When I was a freshman in college, I benefited greatly from the guidance of my mentor. I had been raised on a college campus, and so I thought I understood college expectations. But I was not prepared for writing college papers or taking essay exams. I knew how to read, memorize and repeat, but I didn't know how to ask meaningful questions. The first essay I wrote in college received a C-. I had always received A's, so I felt I was failing. I was doing my best, but I was lost. I don't know what I would have done if my English professor had not taken the time to mentor me. He patiently taught me how to write papers that were more than simple plot summaries. From him, I learned how to be a student. I learned intellectual curiosity. I learned how to learn. As the years went by, this professor became a part of my family, and I continue to be in touch with him today. The idea of family is more than a metaphor at W&J--it is a reality--and each member plays a vital role in ensuring its continued success. Every time you recommend W&J to a prospective student, every time you recount the story of your education to a friend or co-worker, you help spread the story of this amazing College that truly changes lives. When you give your time or support W&J financially, you help the College to thrive. Education at W&J does not end when students receive their diplomas--it continues from generation to generation as the community finds important ways to give back to the College and our alumni remain vital members of their alma mater. Washington & Jefferson College Magazine WINTER 2012 Executive Editor MEGAN MONAGHAN Associate Editor ROBERT REID Contributors KERRI DIGIOVANNI '09 ALLYSON GILMORE '12 MICHELE KRASNESKY '12 SCOTT MCGUINNESS ALYSSA VUKSON '12 Designer JEFF VANIK, VANIK DESIGN LLC Photography HARRY GIGLIO JIM JUDKIS MICHAEL MURPHY KAREN MEYERS MARTHA RIAL MARTIN SANTEK TIFFANY WOLFE Printing KNEPPER PRESS W&J Magazine, published twice a year by the Office of Communications, highlights alumni and campus news about and of interest to more than 20,000 alumni and friends of the College. To receive additional copies or back issues, please call 724-223-6531 or e-mail email@example.com. Letters to the Editor W&J welcomes feedback from readers regarding the magazine or topics related to the College. Submissions may be edited for style, length and clarity. E-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org or mail a letter to: Editor, W&J Magazine Office of Communications Washington & Jefferson College 60 S. Lincoln Street Washington, PA 15301 TORI HARING-SMITH, PH.D. PRESIDENT Want to hear more from the President? Follow Tori Haring-Smith on Twitter @wjpresident. 2 WINTER 2012 MAGAZINE Letters We're honored! W&J Magazine took home its second consecutive platinum MarCom Award from the Association of Marketing & Communication Professionals in the magazine/educational institution category. Additional honors were given in the categories of design, writing and feature article. The magazine also received a Renaissance Award from the Public Relations Society of America's Pittsburgh chapter. W&J was recognized in the external publication category. The perks of being a librarian Dear Editor: I never thought to mention the following until I read the letter from Russell "Tuck" MacCachran '45 in your summer 2011 issue. Most people in my field, librarianship, are assumed to have a placid life. I, on the other hand, have had a full and reasonably exciting one. Among other publications, I reviewed books for The New York Times for much of my career. Because of it, I dined with authors Michael Crichton and James Michener, breakfasted with sportscaster Red Barber, and bowed to Pearl Buck. Traveling throughout the world, while in Turkey, I had two one-on-one chats with the granddaughter--a princess--of the last sultan of Turkey. I met the chair of the drama department at the National Arts Council of Great Britain while in Greece, and later, in London, he introduced me to J.B. Priestley. During one of my trips to Spain, I had breakfast and lunch with John Scott Trotter of musical fame. I know this seems like name-dropping, but for a "nobody," I can't complain. Learned "Dag" Bulman '48 Hackettstown, N.J. A red and black love letter Dear Editor: I am writing a love letter to Washington & Jefferson. You have turned my nearest and dearest into the world, including my husband, the late Norman Allison '39, brother-in-law Donald Allison '41, father-in-law Rev. John S. Allison (1908), and father George C. Donson (1911). My lawyers, physicians, dentists and ministers have made my life easier because of your training. Dozens of others you taught were my allies in difficult times. Since we lived for 45 years on a hill within the sound of the College chimes, in a few minutes we could be in the midst of a whirling crowd of youth rushing to class. The NFL commissioner could have dashed by our car on the way down Lincoln Street! I have been your guest at Old Guard dinners, plays, concerts, serious lectures and certification classes. All the while, your culture permeated the area and we were better for it. With sadness, I have left you for another. Instead of book bags and jeans, I see sleek horses and hear the "clop clop" of Amish buggies. Although I miss your academic cloak, my current environment is more appropriate. A lifetime of happy, happy memories will linger of your many years of inspiration. Mary D. Allison Walnut Creek, Ohio President swap Dear Editor: As much as I enjoyed seeing my picture again in the last issue of W&J Magazine with returning football team members of 1970, there is an error in the names. The "handsome not-so-young" team member on the far left is not Vince Graziano '72, but Duncan Forsyth '74. Vince was on campus to meet everyone that morning, but left before the game. His daughter was married that afternoon, which was a command performance for Vince. Otherwise, he would have been at the game and in the picture. Pete Ross '74 Lancaster, Pa. VISIT W&J MAGAZINE ONLINE Watch what Dr. Logan's students are brewing in "Chemistry of Perfume" Check out extra Homecoming photos and videos Learn about the ROTC program's return to campus this fall www.washjeff.edu/magazine WASHINGTON & JEFFERSON COLLEGE 3 W&J news Cross-country runner crusades to raise awareness of ovarian cancer A Washington & Jefferson College honors student, Magellan scholar, athlete--and cancer survivor--Haley Roberts '14 is on a mission to raise awareness of ovarian cancers and help others fight the disease she overcame. At 16 years old, Roberts was diagnosed with granulosa cell tumor (GCT), a rare form of ovarian cancer primarily found in post-menopausal women. Two years later, with the support of the Magellan Project, the biology major was afforded the opportunity to travel to New Zealand, where she studied with the world's leading researchers of the disease at the Granulosa Cell Tumour Research Foundation and University of Auckland. MEET THE MASCOTS: Bringing George and Tom back to life George Washington and Thomas Jefferson are turning heads at games, tailgates and special events across campus. Keep reading to learn more about W&J's newest arrivals. "There is a reason this happened to me. I am young and enthusiastic to find out more." � HALEY ROBERTS '14 Inspired by the popular "For Dummies" reference books, Roberts turned her research into a paper titled, "The Genetics of GCT: An Unofficial Guide for the Scientifically Illiterate." Since being posted to the foundation's website, the paper has been downloaded thousands of times by individuals in dozens of countries. "This information may help others make decisions on treatments and better conceptualize how and why their cancer is different from other ovarian cancers," said Roberts, who also has met with survivors to talk with them about their experiences. "I was able to learn more about ovarian cancer from two different vantage points--the science side and the treatment and quality of life side, which are both important in developing a more complete understanding of the disease." When Roberts returned to campus in the fall, the cross-country runner was determined to continue spreading awareness on her home turf. She approached Joyce Brobeck, head cross-country coach at the University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg, with the idea of building an awareness event around the 9th Annual Bobcat Invitational in October. Brobeck, who lost her mother to ovarian cancer, took to the idea immediately, saying that it "elevated the meaning of the entire race." Through their combined efforts, 400 runners from the region's college and university cross-country teams sported teal ribbons to draw attention to the importance of awareness and early detection. "It was a great opportunity to get this message in front of hundreds of people who will then carry it back to their campuses so we can reach even more people," Roberts said. "We were able to reach thousands with just one event." Roberts, who also is a crusader for the "Turn the NFL Teal in September" campaign, will reach thousands more when she speaks at the GCT Survivors' Conference this April. "There is a reason this happened to me," she said. "I am young and enthusiastic to find out more." Haley Roberts, a survivor of ovarian cancer, helped turn a regional cross-country invitational into an awareness event for the disease. Extreme Makeover: Inspired by the Washington Nationals' "Racing Presidents," George and Tom first drew students' attention during a surprise visit to campus last year. To become official W&J mascots, the presidents were required to undergo a major makeover, sporting more menacing expressions and fancier threads than the original models. Head First: Standing 4 feet tall and weighing in at 30 pounds each, George and Tom's heads are composed of layers of foam and fabric. Their facial features come to life with airbrushing, markers and paint, and their eyes are plastic domes that are painted to look wet. Under Construction: The mascots' creator, Randy Carfagno, asks for six to eight weeks to make a character. "Every aspect must be thought out, sculpted, molded, drawn, draped, mocked up, refined, then built from real materials and finished to perfection," he said. "Not a small task." Secret Service: The Presidents are played by a rotating group of 12 anonymous student volunteers. "Their identities need to remain confidential, as it is a matter of utmost national security," said Steve Anderson, associate dean of student life at W&J. 4 WINTER 2012 MAGAZINE Noted & Quoted WE'RE A PRETTY MEDIA-LITERATE GENERATION because that's how we grew up. There's a lot of crazy stuff on the air, too, so you just have to pay attention and figure out whose biases are showing. JOSHUA HABURSKY '141 1 "Too young to understand, `generation 9-11' embraces media for meaning," Gloria Goodale, Christian Science Monitor, Sept. 7, 2011 2 "Freshman seminars evoke thought at W&J," Emily Petsko, Washington (Pa.) Observer-Reporter, Jan. 18, 2012 3 "From Classroom to White House," KDKA-TV, Pittsburgh Today Live, Jan. 6, 2012. 4 "Washington & Jefferson College community comes together to help those in need in Japan," Liberal Arts College News, Nov. 9, 2011 5 "Parties for the homeless make her a prize winner," Margaret Smykla, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Nov. 3, 2011 6 "Debt soaring with tuition," Jeff Gammage, The Philadelphia Inquirer, Sept. 18, 2011 7 "1941: Pearl Harbor," Merrill Perlman and Veronica Majerol, New York Times Upfront, Oct. 24, 2011 8 "W&J sophomore Roberts running for a cause," Jason Mackey, Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, Oct. 17, 2011 THE BIG QUESTION OF THE COURSE IS, "What does MICHAEL MCCRACKEN, PH.D., ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF PHYSICS2 HALF THE PRESIDENTS AND FIRST LADIES HAVE TAUGHT. A really effective teacher has to communicate, has to know people, and has to be well-organized. I don't think it's an accident that they ended up in the White House. I think it fits. JAMES LONGO, ED.D., CHAIR AND PROFESSOR OF EDUCATION3 it mean to be a human?" W&J not only has stepped up to address an important immediate need, but has created a lifeline for the future. EDWARD GREB, PH.D., PROFESSOR OF SOCIOLOGY4 Regardless of personal circumstance, BIRTHDAYS ARE MEANT TO BE CELEBRATED, and all children should have the opportunity to feel special and recognized. MEG YUNN, DIRECTOR OF VOLUNTEER SERVICES5 The same people who readily invest $30,000 in a car that depreciates the minute it is driven off the lot will complain about investing $30,000 in a college education that does not depreciate, As we run up to the 2012 elections, there's going to again be a debate about the United States' role in the world: Who should we help, who should we protect, BUT RATHER APPRECIATES IN VALUE OVER TIME. TORI HARING-SMITH, PH.D., PRESIDENT6 SHOULD WE PROTECT PEOPLE AT ALL? JAMES GORMLY, PH.D., PROFESSOR OF HISTORY7 IT'S A CAUSE THAT'S REALLY CLOSE TO MY HEART. THERE ARE A LOT OF WOMEN OUT THERE WHO HAVE HAD THIS DISEASE AND, UNFORTUNATELY, HAVEN'T SURVIVED, SO FOR THOSE OF US WHO HAVE, IT'S REALLY OUR JOB TO MAKE SURE AWARENESS GETS OUT. HALEY ROBERTS '148 WASHINGTON & JEFFERSON COLLEGE 5 W&J news Education professor's new book studies presidents and first ladies in the classroom Did you know Bill Clinton was called "motormouth" by his sixth-grade teacher, or that Woodrow Wilson suffered from severe learning and reading problems his entire life? Lady Bird Johnson was so shy, she sabotaged her own grades. Eleanor Roosevelt was kicked out of school for lying. James Longo, Ed.D., professor and chair of education at Washington & Jefferson College, wanted to learn more about how the educational experiences of U.S. presidents and first ladies impacted their paths to the White House. The result is his new book, "From Classroom to White House: The Presidents and First Ladies as Students and Teachers." Longo spent more than 10 years researching the book, visiting many of the schools where the presidents and first ladies studied and taught. He read their report cards, spoke with former teachers and classmates, and sat in Sunday school classes taught by Jimmy Carter in Plains, Ga. "Of all the presidents and first ladies, half became teachers, but all were students," Longo said. "I wondered what they were like. Most people think that when you get to the White House, you grew up as an angel. But in actuality, if you put them all in a classroom together, you would have a handful." By the Numbers: INTERSESSION From "Chemistry of Perfume," to "Gothic Hauntings," Intersession 2012 introduced W&J students to intriguing discussions and life-changing travels. 9 U.S. states have adopted laws against cyber-bullying, a legal issue discussed in "CyberLaw." One dozen n "I love connecting these men and women to their childhoods and who they became." � JAMES LONGO, ED.D., PROFESSOR AND CHAIR OF EDUCATION Theater productions attended d by students in Richard and Patricia Easton's "London Theater" class. Sixty -six Games in the shortened NBA season after a lockout studied in "Economics and Law of Professional Sports." Jam James Longo visited the former sch schools of U.S. presidents and first lad ladies as research for his new book. 156 Episodes in the original series of "The Twilight Zone, the 1960s television " show examined by Andrew Rembert's class. st Longo said many presidents and first ladies were "late bloomers," "painfully shy" or "painfully extroverted." A number struggled with reading, while others had difficulty taking tests. "I love connecting these men and women to their childhoods and who they became," Longo said. "I see something endearing in almost all of them." Jackie Kennedy Onassis was called a "brat," and Barbara Bush was a "bully." Abraham Lincoln was "lazy," and George Washington and Harry Truman never could master spelling. George W. Bush was a straight-A student, but when his sister died in 1953, his grades began to deteriorate and he was labeled an "underachiever." "It is no accident that he fell in love with a second-grade teacher," Longo said of Bush. "This is a very bright man who has covered up a lot of pain." Longo believes the book represents "hope" for the parents of underachievers and salutes those teachers who make a difference. "The book contains a lot of life lessons," Longo said. "I love teaching, and I really believe in teachers. It was a fun book to write." Gerald Ford was a "gentleman," whose football coach helped get him accepted into Yale. Two people saw greatness in Ronald Reagan--his high school English teacher and his wife, Nancy. Barack Obama taught constitutional law to great reviews at the University of Chicago Law School. In addition to meeting several presidents and first ladies, Longo has taught and worked with a number of children whose ancestors once lived in the White House. A Fulbright scholar, he has received awards from the National Association for Children and Adults with Learning Disabilities as well as the American Youth Foundation. 50,000 Women are trafficked to the U.S. every year, an international problem investigated in "She Works Hard for His Money." Million acres in Marcellus Shale land owned by Range Resources, a subject company in "Topics in Financial Economics." The year President Nixon resigned as a result of "Watergate," a political scandal explored in depth by professor Jim Benze. 1.1 197 4 6 WINTER 2012 MAGAZINE [Through the VIEWFINDER] STUDENT TRAVELERS SHARE FAVORITE SNAPSHOTS IN FIRST COLLEGE-WIDE CONTEST To see the world through the eyes of Washington & Jefferson College students, the Office of Global Education held its first international photo contest in the fall. More than 100 breathtaking images were entered in the categories of architecture, landscape and people, representing a full spectrum of places explored and individuals encountered by W&J students across the globe. Judged by students, faculty and staff members, the following images stood out among the entries as three of the competition's inaugural winners. "Crowded Street" JOSHUA DECKMAN '13 "A Glimpse of Ecuador" HANNAH LOTT '12 Spanish major Joshua Deckman lived for three weeks ks in the small town of Granada, Nicaragua, tutoring children through the non-governmental al organization Casa Xalteva. He e also interviewed teachers and graduates to better understand d the school's impact on the Nicaraguan community, where he e photographed this busy street. t. Hannah Lott put her Spanish major to practice last summer in Ecuador, where she researched fair-trade coffee production. To fully immerse herself in the country's culture, she worked and lived with people in the cities of Cuellaje and Pucar� while exploring the area's museums, markets and ancient ruins. This photo depicts the rolling hills of Ecuador's scenic Intag Valley. "Men" PHILIP DERN '12 P Philip Dern spent a spring semester abroad a at the University of Aberdeen, one of W&J's i international exchange partner universities. A d double major in business administration and p psychology, Dern used his time overseas as a an opportunity to travel throughout Europe, m making stops in Italy and Croatia, where he c captured this photo of men talking on a pier. HOW TO \ TAKE THE BEST PICTURES An award-winning photographer, Sam Fee, Ph.D., associate professor of information technology leadership, shows you how to take vacation and family snapshots from "good" to "frame-worthy" in four simple steps. 1.) Remember the "rule of thirds." Imagine the image being split into three sections, both horizontally and vertically. Try to line up your content along these axes for more interesting compositions. Don't put your subject smack in the middle of your viewfinder or LCD display. 2.) Show me the light. Look to see where the light is coming from when taking a photo. You'll want to avoid harsh shadows on your subject, or getting your own shadow in the image. Many average photos can become quite good just by thinking about where the photographer and subject are located in relation to the light. 3.) Practice makes perfect. There's no cost for developing exposures, so you can take as many digital shots as you want. Use this as an excuse to experiment. Try shooting the subject or scene from different angles, and zoom in or out to see how your view of the subject changes. While traveling, it is especially important to take a lot of photos since you may not be back. 4.) Find the story. What makes the photo interesting? Look for it. In addition to being technically correct, a great image should carry that "emotional punch" that makes people think. Looking at something common in a different way helps to make the photo memorable. It's where science and art come together. WASHINGTON & JEFFERSON COLLEGE 7 W&J news W&J REMEMBERS LEGENDARY ATHLETE WHO CHANGED THE GAME FOR AFRICAN-AMERICANS IN COLLEGIATE SPORTS BREAKING BARRIERS As the Presidents kicked off their 120th football season in September, Washington & Jefferson College paused to honor the memory of a player who advanced the role of African-Americans in collegiate sports. Charles "Pruner" West '24 led the Presidents to their only Rose Bowl appearance in 1922 against the University of California Golden Bears, becoming the first African-American quarterback to play in the nation's oldest bowl game. According to his daughter, Linda West Nickens, West had been a halfback at the time, but was asked to play quarterback when the starter was injured. "It was kind of a `fill-in' thing, but my father rose to the occasion," she said. West, who also excelled at track and field, rose to the occasion at a number of athletic events during his W&J career. He earned the title of a two-time national collegiate pentathlon champion--a feat no W&J athlete had accomplished before--and was named to the 1924 Olympic team, though he did not participate due to an injury. In recognition of West's contributions, Dana Brooks, dean and professor of physical education at West Virginia University, presented W&J with a poster of West during a dedication ceremony Sept. 1 at the U. Grant Miller Library. Brooks, who first read about West when teaching a course on African-Americans in sports, was impressed with the student-athlete's accomplishments on and off the field. Referring to the bigotry that West endured in the pre-Civil Rights era, Brooks said the aspiring physician always remained "humble, successful and talented." The ceremony was attended by members of West's family, including Nickens and her children, Michael West Nickens and Crystal Nickens. "How fitting that you should choose to further spread my father's story at a time when the country is honoring, Martin Luther King, Jr., with a statue on the Washington, D.C., Mall," said Nickens, who proudly called her father a "pioneer." "He confronted racial barriers not only in football, but also in the medical field." At W&J, West is best known for his involvement in a legendary 1923 match against the Washington & Lee Generals. It was the tradition of the Southern school, at the time, to request that Northern teams bench their African-American players. When Bob "Mother" Murphy, W&J's athletic director, approached his star player about their opponent's demands, West voiced his frustration. "They left it up to me and asked how I felt about it," West later wrote. "I told them, well, there's no way I can stop you from playing without me, but if you do, I'll never play another game for W&J." This prompted Murphy to tell the Generals, "W&J does not play without Pruner West."As a result, the Presidents paid the Generals a portion of the proceeds that would have come from ticket sales and dropped out of the game. 8 WINTER 2012 MAGAZINE ROSE BOWL REPLAY 10 FACTS ABOUT W&J'S FIRST AND ONLY ROSE BOWL APPEARANCE What generally was unknown at the time was that W&J made the decision knowing that West had a sprained ankle and would not have been able to play. "For W&J, it wasn't about the color of West's skin, it was about his skill and ability," Alexis Rittenberger '99, director of library services at W&J, said. The decision gained the support of not just the College, but the entire town of Washington. "On Oct. 9, 1923, the Observer-Reporter wrote, `It is the business of the College to broaden mind and develop character, and it falls short of its true mission if it cannot recognize worth beneath a dark skin,'" Rittenberger read at the dedication ceremony. "This is what we're here to celebrate today." It is a story repeated at the start of each academic year by President Tori Haring-Smith, Ph.D., who uses W&J's decision in 1923 as an example of how the College demonstrates "uncommon integrity." "If you stop any student on campus, they'll be able to tell you the story of that game," Haring-Smith told West's family. "Your father was one of those people who, through virtue of his incredible intellect, humanitarian spirit and athletic ability, became a role model for us." Nickens recalls the countless times her father shared the story with her while growing up in Alexandria, Va. "My father was always just grateful, so grateful, for the stand Mr. Murphy took against Washington & Lee," Nickens said of West, who went on to practice general medicine for 50 years. "He was a real humanitarian, treating all groups regardless of their ability to pay," she said. West, who received his medical degree from Howard University after turning down a contract to play professional football with the Akron Pros, was presented with the Distinguished Service Award from W&J in 1978 for his dedication as a doctor. Today, a black-and-white banner of West throwing the javelin hangs proudly in the Towler Hall of Fame alongside other timeless images of W&J's legendary athletes. "We will keep the story of Charles West alive," Haring-Smith promised West's family at the ceremony. "We will pledge to do that, because he is such a vital part of our College's history." � ALLYSON GILMORE '12 1. SMALL WONDER: With an enrollment of 450 students, W&J is the smallest school ever to play in the Rose Bowl. AGAINST THE ODDS: The 2. 3. University of California was favored to beat undefeated W&J by 14 points. Instead, the game ended in the only scoreless tie in Rose Bowl history. DEAD PRESIDENTS: Sportswriter Jack James of The San Francisco Examiner famously said, "All I know about Washington and Jefferson is that they are both dead." 4. 5. BREAKING THE BANK: Athletic Director Bob "Mother" Murphy mortgaged his house to make the cross-country train ride to California. "My father was always just grateful, so grateful, for the stand Mr. Murphy took against Washington & Lee." � LINDA WEST NICKENS, DAUGHTER OF CHARLES "PRUNER" WEST '24 DOUBLE DUTY: Head Coach Earle "Greasy" Neale doubled as a Major League Baseball outfielder with the Cincinnati Reds. STAYING POWER: The same 11 players stayed on the field the entire game, playing both offense and defense. HISTORY MAKERS: Charles West was the first AfricanAmerican quarterback to play in the Rose Bowl, while Herb Kopf was the game's first freshman. CONTROVERSIAL CALL: W&J halfback Wayne Brenkurt's 35-yard touchdown run was called back by an offside penalty. 6. 7. 8. 9. GROUND CONTROL: The Presidents rushed 114 yards to the Golden Bears' 49, and held Cal to zero yards passing and two first downs. O CAPTAIN, MY CAPTAIN: LEFT: Standing in the location where Charles "Pruner" West played football for the Presidents 90 years ago, Michael Nickens, Linda West Nickens and Crystal Nickens proudly display a photo of their father and grandfather. ABOVE: This photo of Charles West throwing the javelin hangs in the Towler Hall of Fame at W&J. 10. Named Most Outstanding Player, W&J's team captain Russ Stein went on to play in the NFL and was inducted into the Rose Bowl Hall of Fame in 1991. Watch a historical video clip of the 1922 Rose Bowl at www.washjeff.edu/magazine. WASHINGTON & JEFFERSON COLLEGE 9 From the moment you set foot onto the Washington & Jefferson College campus as a hopeful freshman to the day you leave as a confident graduate poised to make an impression in your chosen field, you belong to an exclusive network of alumni available to guide you throughout your career. Composed of executives, industry leaders and visionaries, it is a network committed to ensuring the success of the College and the young men and women it proudly cultivates. Whether writing a recommendation letter, donating a scholarship check, offering an internship or sharing career advice, generations of Presidents are finding meaningful ways to give back to the place that influenced the way they think, communicate and, most importantly, live. � MEGAN MONAGHAN The meaningful way alumni are shaping the future, one President at a time 10 WINTER 2012 MAGAZINE FORWARD THINKING HINK N "If I've helped three people, and they each help three people, it becomes an ever-ready budding gift." � WALTER FLAMENBAUM '62, M.D. ALUMNUS' GENEROSITY OPENS DOORS FOR DESERVING STUDENTS Biochemistry whiz Ji Park '12 recalls the Intersession term he spent buried in educational court cases as one of his favorite learning experiences at Washington & Jefferson College. While the School Law course forced Park out of his comfort zone, the aspiring scientist related to the problemsolving aspect of the legal process. "I enjoyed the similarities between science and law, where I was searching for the answer," he said. The senior chemistry major can broaden his already rigorous pre-health curriculum with electives that challenge him because he is not distracted by financial concerns, like how he will pay his next tuition bill or where he will find a campus job. "Because I haven't been so worried about my financial obligations, I have been able to explore what I wanted to do--to find my passion," said Park, who is a beneficiary of W&J's Give It Forward Together (GIFT) Fund. Supported in part by Walter Flamenbaum '62, M.D., the scholarship helps cover tuition, room and board costs for deserving students in need of financial assistance. When personal circumstances at home drastically changed Park's financial situation at the end of his freshman year, President Tori Haring-Smith, Ph.D., saw the GIFT Fund as an opportunity to keep Park studying, and thriving, at W&J. Three years later, Park, a high school valedictorian originally from South Korea, is just months away from receiving his W&J degree. But not before he completes an honors project under the guidance of associate professor Nobu Matsuno, Ph.D., capping off what has been an impressive undergraduate career. Park, who always has dreamed of graduating from college and attending medical school, credits Flamenbaum for making that step possible. "Every day, I wake up and know that I am here because Dr. Flamenbaum decided to help a student he didn't know," he said. "That's what amazes me the most." Today, Flamenbaum and Park share a relationship that transcends the initial bounds of the scholarship program. When Park earned a coveted internship last summer at the University of Cincinnati's College of Medicine, Flamenbaum offered to put him in touch with one of his business partners in the area, who agreed to meet with Park over lunch to talk about his vaccine research. The discussion was encouraging to Park, who appreciated hearing that the former biochemist was able to transition smoothly to a successful career in virology. "It helped me relax about what I'm doing," he said. "My classmates and I kind of freak out that when we graduate, we'll be working in our chosen career path for the rest of our lives. But chances are, that won't be the case." Fellow GIFT Fund beneficiary Metzli Rivera '14 also experienced concerns regarding her choice of study as a first-year student at W&J. When the biology major started to second-guess her commitment to the pre-health program, she contacted Flamenbaum, a former biology major, for advice. "We talked on the phone for an hour and a half," she said. "He explained that while the program is competitive, the work would pay off if it was my passion. If it was not, he encouraged me to go out and explore other options." At Flamenbaum's suggestion, Rivera took an accounting class the following fall and declared the subject as her new major. A graduate of the YES Prep Public Schools system in Houston, the cross-country runner came to W&J from a demanding high school dedicated to increasing the number of students from low-income communities who earn a college degree. The first-generation college student values Flamenbaum's counsel as much as she appreciates his financial support. "Being able to talk with someone who has been through the college experience, especially at W&J, is very helpful," she said. "He can give me a perspective that others cannot." It is a situation to which Flamenbaum can relate. The doctor-turned-entrepreneur from Manhattan, who attended W&J on a scholarship and held an on-campus job showing films to help cover his tuition, benefited greatly under the guidance of his mentors. Citing influential biology professors Dewey Dieter and Homer Porter, who set high expectations for his academic performance, and English professor Robert Brindley, who shaped how he reads novels, Flamenbaum credits many at the College for contributing to his life and career. "My experience at W&J helped make me the person I am today," he said. "You might not recognize that the day you leave school--maybe not in 10 years and maybe not even in 20 years-- but down the road, you should turn around, look over your shoulder, and think about what it means to be an alumnus of the College." For Flamenbaum, it meant giving back to W&J what he felt he had received as a student, both personally and financially. As a professor of medicine for nearly 30 years, seeing how his generosity directly impacts the lives of hard-working students like Park and Rivera is a rewarding incentive. "To the extent you get to participate in their success, being a voyeur is wonderful," said Flamenbaum, who will have the opportunity to watch Park graduate this May, exactly 50 years after the day he received his W&J degree. While it will be a special occasion for Flamenbaum and Park, who hopes to introduce his family to the man he calls his "lifelong mentor," it will not signify the culmination of their relationship, nor of the scholarship. That is because the donor's only request of Park, Rivera and others he helps is that they consider giving to W&J one day in return. "If I've helped three people, and they each help three people, it becomes an ever-ready budding gift," Flamenbaum said. "It is, quite literally, the gift that keeps on giving." Metzli Rivera '14 Walter Flamenbaum '62 Ji Park '12 WASHINGTON & JEFFERSON COLLEGE 11 ESTEEMED REPORTER PASSES ON LIFE SKILLS TO YOUNG ENTREPRENEUR Wahab Owolabi '09 Tom Squitieri '75 Richard Easton 12 WINTER 2012 MAGAZINE FORWARD THINKING HINK N "When he wrote his number on the back of my blue book at the end of that first class, I knew I had gotten what I needed out of college." � TOM SQUITIERI '75 Award-winning journalist Tom Squitieri '75 is not afraid to ask the tough questions-- whether reporting from war zones in Iraq and Afghanistan, investigating the suffering of women and children in Bosnia, or exposing political scandals on Capitol Hill. It is a fearless reporting technique that has garnered Squitieri coveted recognition from the Overseas Press Club and White House Correspondents Association. A noteworthy feat for the former USA Today reporter who, when looking back on his countless news articles, speeches, poems and blog entries, claims that the first story he ever published originated from an assignment in Richard Easton's Advanced Composition class at Washington & Jefferson College. "I remember seeing Thomas running across campus toward Davis Hall, yelling out to me and waving a letter saying that he had been published," said Easton, who still owns an original copy of the magazine featuring the college senior's satire. The 1975 issue of Tennis Illustrated is well read and yellowed with time, but cherished by the author's professor, who proudly keeps it among the other clippings that document Squitieri's remarkable writing career. "I'd like Tom to know that I've admired him ever since the day he showed me that letter," added Easton, reflecting on a relationship that has developed into a steadfast bond, packed with memories of weddings, parties and family occasions. Though Squitieri believes that Easton considers all of his students to be his "favorites," the political science major and avid tennis player felt he had "found a home" in the young professor's classroom. "When he wrote his number on the back of my blue book at the end of that first class, I knew I had gotten what I needed out of college," Squitieri said. After graduating, Easton's prot�g� returned many times to that classroom to talk to future generations of writers about news reporting and the elements of good style. Aided by newspaper veterans when he was still a budding reporter, Squitieri credits others' "unselfish help" with enhancing his own career. "I vowed that one day, I would edit and teach and give back the good stuff that I was given," he said. When approached six years ago about creating and teaching an Intersession course at his alma mater, Squitieri was given the opportunity to fulfill that promise. Called "15 Minutes of Fame or Shame," his course, which combines facets of journalism, ethics and current affairs, challenges W&J students to think on their feet. The title alone was enough to intrigue first-year student Wahab Owolabi '09, who was looking for an Intersession course that would not interfere with his basketball schedule. The 6-foot-4-inch power forward did not anticipate that the course, and the professor, would forever change his perspective on the world. "When you walk into a class, you really don't expect it to have a huge impact on you, but Tom's class did for me, especially in terms of how I look at life," said Owolabi, who was profoundly moved by the videos he watched of his professor reporting from hazardous war zones. "At that time, I didn't think all the stuff in the news and on TV had anything to do with me. It seemed like a different world," he said. "Tom showed us that it does have something to do with you, and if you want to get involved and make a difference, you can." It was this eagerness to learn that distinguished Owolabi as a "remarkable student" to Squitieri, who appreciated the viewpoint he brought to his classroom. "He got what I was trying to teach and interacted every day, increasing the quality of the course," Squitieri said. "I saw how the others looked to him and followed his lead--not being afraid to participate or, most importantly, challenge me." Today, the three-time All-Presidents' Athletic Conference honoree stays active in basketball as an assistant coach at Carnegie Mellon University, where he also acts as an engineering career consultant. Yet he lights up when talking about the company he founded a few months ago that reinvents the college admission process into a virtual format. The concept stemmed from the kind of innovative thinking that Owolabi honed under the guidance of Squitieri, whom he admires for "his entrepreneurial spirit." Owolabi looks forward to bouncing ideas about the company off of his mentor who, in turn, is excited to see where his star pupil will go next, willing to offer any advice he can along the way. While Squitieri remains focused on running his own communications consulting firm, as well as raising his two young children, his innate curiosity about the world keeps him asking questions, and writing about the answers. For Easton, this means a constant flow of Squitieri's stories to his inbox, along with playful reminders of a particularly low grade he once received on a travel article in Easton's class. "Of course, Tom went on to make his career writing travel articles, and years later, he would cut them out of the newspaper and them to me, asking, `Do I get send t an A on this assignment now, coach?' I think you could say he's earned it." WASHINGTON & JEFFERSON COLLEGE 13 SENIOR THRIVES UNDER GUIDANCE OF AMBITIOUS ATTORNEY AND DEVOTED PROFESSOR Joined by a class of 20 Washington & Jefferson College students exploring the political culture of The Gambia in January, associate professor Buba Misawa, Ph.D., accepted a new assignment to help distribute birthing kits to the country's undeveloped villages. The kits, which contain supplies to help ensure a clean and safe childbirth, were provided by Misawa's prot�g�s Rachel Lozosky Friedmann '01 and Caitlin Quicksell '12. The two, who were paired together through the Alumni Mentor Program, jumped at the chance to support their favorite political science professor's efforts in Africa. "We had 500 birthing kits waiting to go somewhere, but no committed distribution partner," said Friedmann, who organized the project as president of her local chapter of Zonta International, a service and advocacy group focused on advancing the status of women worldwide. When Quicksell learned about her mentor's cause, she did not Rotary Club, balances her law career with community service activities. "I remember that she always wanted to help people, because she would share her notes in class," Misawa said of his standout student. "Rachel took almost every course that I taught here, I think. I used to kid her that she was majoring in Misawa." The political science and psychology double major often challenged Misawa by raising alternative viewpoints during class debates. He even recalls learning from a paper Friedmann wrote on Sigmund Freud, which is quite a compliment from the seasoned professor, who has read countless papers during his 17 years at W&J. "I can't believe he remembered that paper," said Friedmann, laughing about the long hours she spent in Misawa's class writing her final essay exams. "The sun would be going down, and I would be the last person sitting in class," she said. "That's the way you "Buba is the quintessential W&J professor in the sense that he cares about you 360 degrees." � RACHEL LOZOSKY FRIEDMANN '01 hesitate to approach Misawa about taking the kits to The Gambia during his upcoming Intersession course. The Nigerian-born professor, who frequently donates clothing, shoes and school supplies to village schools, was happy to help. "It makes me not only proud of them, but overwhelmed with joy to know that they are supporting the people of Africa," Misawa said. The notion of giving to others is something that Misawa encourages his students to consider as they embark on their professional careers. He is not surprised that Friedmann, who also stays active in the Washington take a Buba test. You write until you can't write anymore, and that helped prepare me for law school and later, the bar exam, when you need to be able to discuss material clearly and effectively, even when you're tired." Most importantly, Friedmann valued her professor's open approach with his students, especially as a freshman taking her first political science course. "It was apparent that his interest in you went beyond coming to class and instructing you on the material," she said, referring to all the times Misawa would ask about her family and growing up in her small, rural hometown in western Pennsylvania. Caitlin Quicksell '12, Buba Misawa, Rachel Lozosky Friedmann '01 14 WINTER 2012 MAGAZINE FORWARD THINKING N "Buba is the quintessential W&J professor in the sense that he cares about you 360 degrees," she said. Today, as a Washington-based attorney specializing in educational law, Friedmann applies Misawa's teaching style to her own career by forming close relationships with her clients. "So much of good legal representation is relating to your clients on many levels and realizing that no problem is one-dimensional," said Friedmann, who calls herself a "beneficiary" of the valuable relationships she formed and cultivated at W&J. Now Friedmann is honored to pass on the knowledge she acquired from mentors like Misawa to Quicksell, an international studies and Spanish double major approaching some big decisions regarding her future. For the past year, the two have been meeting at least once a month to compare W&J stories and discuss the options available to Quicksell after she graduates in May. "It's nice to have someone like Rachel who doesn't necessarily tell me what to do, but allows me to filter my thoughts," said Quicksell, who is looking at graduate school programs in management leadership and finance or international development. Friedmann is careful not to let her opinions sway the ambitious senior, but rather encourages her to explore different paths and evaluate what will make her happy. "It really has been a joy to hear Caitlin talk about the things that she loves and the things she's discovering that she may have thought were the right paths for her, but aren't necessarily so," Friedmann said. "Helping her through that process, giving her insights from my own experience where I can, and helping her find what's right for her--I think that's the best thing any mentor can do." No matter where Quicksell's or Friedmann's paths take them, Misawa hopes that a trip to Africa is on their radar. Though they both spent most of their undergraduate careers in Misawa's classes, neither was able to fit the more than 4,000-mile trek across the Atlantic to The Gambia into their packed schedules. "That's why they didn't end up with a Misawa major," he joked. "But I'll take them whenever they'd like to go," he added, prompting Friedmann to earnestly respond, "Definitely. One day." WASHINGTON & JEFFERSON COLLEGE 15 INSPIRED BY PROFESSOR, MEDICAL LEADER OPENS RESEARCH LAB TO MOTIVATED STUDENTS Brad Class '12 Dennis Trelka Gary Silverman '78 Gary Silverman '78, M.D., Ph.D., had a plan when he entered the office of his academic adviser, Dennis Trelka, Ph.D., in the fall of 1974. The ambitious freshman wanted to undertake an honors project, an opportunity that was not made available to Washington & Jefferson College students until their junior year. In turn, working with Silverman encouraged the professor to "open up more" to deserving students who demanded guidance beyond the traditional curriculum. This compassionate approach to education carried Trelka throughout his 36 years of teaching at W&J. "Gary and some of his classmates have become part of our family," said Trelka, who went on to stand in his former student's wedding and asked Silverman to be the godfather of his daughter, Jessica. Looking back, Trelka hopes Silverman learned from him how to "maximize his efforts, inside and outside the classroom." He added, "I think I taught him that the glass is always half full." Today, as chief of the newborn medicine program at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, Silverman is opening doors for W&J students as Trelka once did for him. The researcher, who also serves as a professor at the university, has invited more than 50 students from his alma mater into his lab, an impressive lineup that most recently included Brad Class '12. Double majoring in biology and Spanish, Class dedicated two summers to interning in Silverman's lab after receiving a recommendation from biology chair Alice Lee, Ph.D. Throughout the intensive 10-week program, he helped Silverman conduct research on diseases that affect newborn babies. When he was invited back the following year, Class was grateful for the chance to continue his work. "Dr. Silverman is a great role model because he has achieved so much," said Class, who is considering following in the steps of his mentor by pursuing a dual M.D./Ph.D. program. Expressing a desire to spread his wings, Class, who comes to W&J from Cumberland, Md., lists the National Institutes of Health or universities in the New England area as attractive options. "In Brad, I sort of see myself," Silverman said of his prot�g�. "I can help Brad and others who want to go down my path envision what that will be and give them the opportunity to see what it takes to do it." It is a valuable relationship that Class hopes will continue beyond graduation. "I think he will be one of my support systems--a life mentor," Class said. "It is always good to have people who have made it, so to speak, on your side." If the relationship that Silverman developed with Trelka is any indication of what Class can expect from his mentor, the aspiring researcher will be in good hands. Nearly 40 years after Silverman first walked into his adviser's class his freshman year, the two have remained close companions. "His interest in W&J has never waned. If anything, it has grown stronger," Trelka said of his memorable pupil. "Gary is a consummate friend. He is always in touch, wherever he has been." � ROBERT REID "Gary's interest in W&J has never waned. If anything, it has grown stronger." � DENNIS TRELKA, PH.D. "He impressed the heck out of me," Trelka said of the confident young biology major. After denying Silverman's request, the two argued, and the professor recommended that his student find another adviser. Yet Silverman persisted, and a year later, he completed his first honors project at Hahnemann Medical College, now Drexel University, under Trelka's attentive guidance. "Gary had an understanding of things and one of the best problem-solving minds I've ever encountered," Trelka said. "He was very bright, and had a work ethic that set him apart." A special bond quickly formed between the professor and student, who thrived on the high expectations Trelka set in the classroom. As a former marine, Trelka appreciated the discipline the starting defensive back exhibited in the lab, comparing their relationship to one that a coach would share with his athlete. Silverman agreed, adding that Trelka was a "tough, hard-nosed guy on the outside, but behind that, a gentle guy who always cared about his students." INSPIRATIONAL FIGURES 350 Students last year benefited from 109 scholarships donated by W&J alumni and friends Students are paired with graduates through the popular Alumni Mentor Program 94 Professional alumni are 39 Alumniasserve their alma on hand to offer students mater W&J faculty valuable career guidance Aspiring scientists and physicians have interned in graduates' labs since 2000 and staff members 45 scholars have 9 Magellanin alumni-led engaged research projects in the last three years 16 WINTER 2012 MAGAZINE ALUMNAE RESEARCHERS UNITE TO TRAIN FUTURE SCIENTISTS IN THEIR LABS RaeLynn Forsyth '12 Diane Carlisle '94 Jamey Butala '12 When medical researcher Diane Carlisle '94, Ph.D., learned that one in 10 smokers is diagnosed with lung cancer, she started to wonder--what is different about that one person? Carlisle thinks the difference may lie in the earliest stages of that person's development, a theory that has prompted the assistant professor of neurological surgery to refocus the scope of her research. "The more I read into it, I thought about how the lungs develop, and what could happen during pregnancy that may predispose someone to getting lung cancer later in life," she said. "Could being exposed to smoke, whether from the mother or second hand, before you are born make you that one out of 10?" It is the kind of inventive thinking that the former molecular biology major honed at Washington & Jefferson College, where she was given the opportunity to intern with W&J alumna Kerin Fresa-Dillon '79, Ph.D., at her lab in Philadelphia. Carlisle was introduced to Fresa-Dillon by her professor Alice Lee, Ph.D., after expressing uncertainty regarding her career path. "I was one of the only biology majors at the time not in the pre-med program, so it was hard to think about what kinds of jobs were out there for someone like me," Carlisle explained. "What could I do after graduation if I loved science but didn't want to be a doctor?" Working with Fresa-Dillon during Intersession helped Carlisle realize that she did not have to be a doctor to pursue a career in health. "Biomedical research was real and it was something that I could do," said Carlisle, who eventually applied the concepts she learned in Fresa-Dillon's lab to her doctoral thesis. She credits mentors like Fresa-Dillon and Lee with opening her up to "a whole world of science outside of medical school." Since supervising Carlisle nearly 20 years ago, Fresa-Dillon continues to open her lab at the Pennsylvania College of Osteopathic Medicine to a stream of ambitious W&J students, "I have never regretted taking on a W&J student. I can give them real projects that contribute to my work." � DIANE CARLISLE '94, PH.D. praising their "well-developed problem-solving skills." "They are very inquisitive, which is a prerequisite for a scientific mind," said Fresa-Dillon, who, just last year, invited intern Taylor Eddens '11 to present with her at the World Vaccine Congress in Beijing. Following her mentor's lead, Carlisle relishes the chance to train prospective scientists from W&J in her lab at the University of Pittsburgh. "I have never regretted taking on a W&J student," said Carlisle, remarking on the "energy and enthusiasm" they bring to her research. "I can give them real projects that contribute to my work." Two of Carlisle's most recent interns, Jamey Butala '12 and RaeLynn Forsyth '12, proved helpful in the process of determining the effects of nicotine on developing lungs. An aspiring doctor, Forsyth valued making the connection between research and medicine in Carlisle's lab. "It's so important to see how we got where we are in the medical field," she said. "It gave me a stronger appreciation for what physicians do, and for what I hope to accomplish one day as a physician." For Butala, who spent her last two Intersession terms in Tanzania, where she observed the behavior of wild African animals, and Maui, where she studied the impact of boats on humpback whales, Carlisle's research lab offered the veterinarian hopeful a change of scenery. While Butala's preferred patients remain animals, learning how to differentiate lung cells from human embryonic stem cells gave her problem-solving skills that can apply to any field. "When you walk into a college lab, a lot of the time, you generally know what the outcome will be," Carlisle said of the tried-and-true techniques practiced in educational settings. "Whereas, in my research lab, I have no idea what the outcome will be when we're doing an experiment. That's why we're doing the experiment--because we don't know the answer to the question." Five years since Carlisle questioned a potential source of lung cancer, she is closer to finding an answer. Though she no longer seeks research advice from Fresa-Dillon, she continues to keep her mentor updated on her career choices. "While a mentor can't make decisions for you, they can help you discover what your options are," said Carlisle, who reunites with Fresa-Dillon each year when they return to campus to participate on the external advisory board for the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, which awards colleges like W&J valuable funding for science education. "Mentorship is essential at every single stage of our careers, because we need to connect with someone who has been down that road before to help us decide where to go," she said, adding that she "fully hopes" both Butala and Forsyth keep in touch with her after graduation. "When someone else already has been down that road, why reinvent the wheel?" WASHINGTON & JEFFERSON COLLEGE 17 W&J sports W&J sports Standing out On Dec. 5, 1992, Russ Briggs '58 sat in the bleachers in Glassboro, N.J., as the Presidents took on Rowan University in the NCAA Division III football semifinals. A win would give W&J its first appearance in the Amos Alonzo Stagg Bowl, the national championship game. After Chris Babirad '94 broke off his memorable 81-yard, game-winning touchdown run with seven minutes and 37 seconds left, Briggs jumped up to cheer--and to check his circulation. "I've never been so cold in my life," Briggs said. "The wind was whipping 25-30 miles per hour the entire game. Oh my, that was some game. I'll never forget that touchdown run." If Briggs declares that Saturday as the coldest game he has ever attended, that statement holds some serious clout. Since retiring from Western Electric/AT&T, Briggs has attended nearly every W&J football game, home and away, for two decades, including trips to Florida, Texas and New York. Yet what makes his journeys truly unique is that they begin in Graham, N.C. --a whopping 422 miles from the W&J campus. After graduating from Trinity High School in 1949, Briggs joined the armed forces and eventually worked for an aircraft company in Marietta, Ga. When he decided to give college a try, he considered Georgia Tech and Penn State (a school which he deemed at the time as "much too expensive") before returning home to W&J. He credits Frederick J. Frank, former director of admission, for giving him the final push. "Fred Frank was relentless," he said. "He just wouldn't give up until I said `yes.'" Briggs was a track athlete in high school, but never played a sport in college. As a student, he followed the Presidents football team during a rough patch in the program's history, when W&J won only four games from 1954-57. He majored in both physics and mathematics, and met his wife, Norma George, whom he married before his junior year. "My wife put as much time in at W&J as I did, but she didn't get a diploma," Briggs said of Norma, who passed away in 2005. She joined from the crowd her husband on many of his trips during their 49-year marriage, but she did not make that bitter 1992 national semifinal game. "If I remember correctly, she made the trip to Florida the next week," he added with a laugh. "My wife loved to travel and we went to many games together." Briggs estimates that he drives 20,000-25,000 miles per year on highways. Since 1989, he has owned six different cars, all Hondas, for his trips up and down the east coast. "I usually put 150,000-170,000 miles on cars and then get a new one," said Briggs, who has learned to enjoy cruise control. For most games, the trip from North Carolina to Cameron Stadium takes about eight hours. He leaves on a Friday and stays the weekend with his sister-in-law in Washington before getting on the road early Sunday morning--after attending a 7:30 a.m. church service. Amazingly, Briggs never has called for roadside assistance on any of his journeys to watch the Presidents. He also never has driven through what he considers "a bad storm," citing just one heavy snowfall on a trip to Buffalo, N.Y., in November. He remembers many of the great players, the stadiums, the bands and the beautiful campuses. After witnessing so many football games, what drives him to the stands every weekend is the Division III philosophy. "Ninety-nine percent of Division III players aren't in it to become pros," said Briggs, remembering Chris Warren, a Division III running back from Ferrum, Va., who became the Seattle Seahawks' all-time leading rusher. "I remember one W&J player who was in an NFL preseason camp, but for the most part, these kids are out there because they love football." This past season, Briggs only missed one game, the Nov. 5 contest with Thiel. He still attended a sporting event that weekend, as he went to his FOR TWO DECADES OF W&J FOOTBALL, BRIGGS REMAINS A STEADY PRESENCE IN THE STANDS Russ Briggs takes in the W&J game against Thomas More at Cameron Stadium in September. He attended nine out of 10 games this season. 10-year-old granddaughter's soccer tournament in Charlotte. Could Presidents fans someday see one of Briggs' 12 grandchildren in the starting lineup for the red and black at Cameron Stadium? "No way, not going to happen," he quickly answered. "None of my grandchildren play football. Don't worry, I'm already working on my granddaughter for another sport. If you ask her, she'll tell you she's going to W&J to play soccer." Head Football Coach Mike Sirianni had a special surprise for Briggs when working on the 2012 schedule. W&J will open the season Sept. 1 at Methodist University in Fayetteville, N.C., which is only one hour and 58 minutes south of his driveway. For a change, W&J will be playing on Briggs' home turf. "That is going to be a great afternoon," he concluded. "I can't wait. I already am trying to round up a bunch of guys to head down to the game. Any time W&J plays in North Carolina or Virginia is fine by me." � SCOTT MCGUINNESS 18 WINTER 2012 MAGAZINE Athletic Hall of Fame adds six stars In September, the Washington & Jefferson College Athletic Hall of Fame inducted six legendary studentathletes from five different decades, including two of the most decorated female athletes in school history. "It is great to add these six standouts to our fantastic Athletic Hall of Fame," Bill Dukett, director of athletics, said. "The committee has a tough time narrowing down the selections, because we have so many quality student-athletes who deserve recognition." Where's Russ? Mark your calendar now to join Briggs in the stands at one of next season's exciting matchups. DATE SEPT. 1 SEPT. 8 SEPT. 15 SEPT. 22 SEPT. 29 OCT. 6 OCT. 13 OCT. 20 NOV. 3 NOV. 10 Nicole Bosley Bednarski '01 established every scoring record in the W&J women's soccer record book. She scored 61 career goals and added 35 assists for 157 points. The first women's soccer player in school history to be named First-Team All-Presidents' Athletic Conference (PAC) during all four years of her career, Bosley also was selected as the 2000 PAC Most Valuable Player. During her freshman season in 1997, she set the single-season scoring record with 19 goals and 45 points. Forrest "Jap" Douds '30* was the first Pittsburgh Steelers coach in 1933. A native of Rochester, Pa., Douds was a Grantland Rice All-American in 1927 and 1928 for the Presidents as well as a participant in two East-West Shrine Games, becoming the first college player to accomplish that feat. Following his collegiate career, he played five years of professional football, including two with the Steelers, who then were called the "Pirates." Gregg Ferrero '87 still owns the second-best winning percentage (.875) in the history of W&J wrestling with a 63-9 record. He is 13th on the College's career win list and, at the time of his graduation, was second on the career victories list. Ferrero also is one of 11 W&J student-athletes in any sport to earn two CoSIDA Academic All-America awards. Bill Hayes '63 lettered six times during his career as a two-sport athlete at W&J and became the first four-time, all-conference baseball player in College history. W&J's Outstanding Senior Athlete also was a top scorer on the Presidents' basketball team, which captured the first PAC Championship in school history in 1963. John Mojzer '53* was a 6-foot-5 scoring machine who led the Presidents to 38 victories during his three varsity seasons. A native of McMechen, W.Va., Mojzer averaged 14.8 points per game (873 career points), including a 24-point game at Madison Square Garden against No. 1-ranked St. John's in 1951. During his sophomore season, W&J posted an 18-3 record. In his final game against St. Francis (Pa.), he netted 23 points against future Basketball Hall of Famer Maurice Stokes. Leigh Sulkowski '06 is the only four-time All-American in W&J basketball history. A three-time PAC Player of the Year, she led the Presidents to three appearances in the NCAA Division III Tournament and two PAC Championships. Her 2,034 career points are the most in school history (men or women), and she owns four of the seven highest single-season scoring years in program history. Sulkowski also was one of 25 players selected to the D3hoops.com All-Decade Team (2000-2009). *Deceased OPPONENT METHODIST FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. ST. JOHN FISHER CAMERON STADIUM GROVE CITY CAMERON STADIUM THIEL GREENVILLE, PA BETHANY CAMERON STADIUM THOMAS MORE CRESTVIEW HILLS, KY WESTMINSTER CAMERON STADIUM SAINT VINCENT CAMERON STADIUM GENEVA BEAVER FALLS, PA WAYNESBURG WAYNESBURG, PA Briggs has attended nearly every W&J football game, home and away, for two decades, including trips to Florida, Texas and New York. Yet what makes his journeys truly unique is that they begin in Graham, N.C.--a whopping 422 miles from the W&J campus. Nicole Bednarski and Leigh Sulkowski applaud fellow Hall of Fame inductee Bill Hayes during halftime of the W&J-Delaware Valley football game in September. WASHINGTON & JEFFERSON COLLEGE 19 W&J sports W&J fall sports rise above competition A pair of cross-country standouts and a team of determined field hockey players took their sports to the national stage this season, raising the already stellar reputation of Washington & Jefferson College fall athletics. Though falling just short of keeping its conference championship streak alive, the women's soccer team continued its dominance by achieving its first undefeated regular season in Presidents' history. OP OF T FIELD THEIR CROSS COUNTRY Cross-country athletes Scott Ryan '13 and Kristen Galligan '15 became the first runners in College history to qualify for the NCAA Division III Championships, held this year at Lake Breeze Golf Course in Oshkosh, Wis. Ryan and Galligan were the top runners on their respective teams all season and turned in solid showings at the Presidents' Athletic Conference (PAC) Championship and NCAA Division III Regional. The duo was part of an elite group, as just 56 runners--the top seven athletes from each region not a part of a qualifying team--were selected to participate in each championship. Ryan finished the men's championship race in 175th position, completing the 279-runner, 8K course in a time of 25:45.20, the top individual performance in College history. Ryan also won individual titles at Pitt-Greensburg and Waynesburg, and he was the runner-up at the PAC Championship. One of the most decorated runners to compete at W&J, Ryan has earned First-Team All-PAC accolades three years in a row and has been named PAC Runner of the Week nine times. Galligan ran a 22:48.62 in the 277-runner, 6K women's race, finishing in 179th position. She was a two-time PAC Runner of the Week and finished in the top 16 in all seven regular-season races. Galligan recorded a time of 22:45.50 at the Oberlin Inter-Regional Rumble in October, setting a College record for the second-fastest time. "As first-time NCAA Division III qualifiers, Scott and Kristen have helped the program in a tremendous way, not only with their athletic talent, but also by helping pave the way for future success with recruiting," first-year Head Coach Shawn Marek said. Kristen Galligan '15 WOMEN'S SOCCER The women's soccer team won its first regular-season PAC Championship after producing an unbeaten record (8-0-1) in conference play for the first time. The Presidents set a College record with a 13-game unbeaten streak (12-0-1) on their way to a 14-4-1 overall record. The defense also broke a record by allowing just 13 goals, beating last year's record of 16 goals, while posting 12 shutouts. W&J's record-breaking season came to an end earlier than expected as Waynesburg edged top-seeded W&J 1-0 in the PAC Tournament semifinals at Alexandre Stadium. Goalkeeper Heather Betancourt '15 jumps to stop the opposing team's shot. 20 WINTER 2012 MAGAZINE FIELD HOCKEY The W&J field hockey team advanced to the NCAA Division III Tournament for the first time me in College history after winning the Empire 8 Tournament Championship. The Presidents finished the season with a 14-5 record and entered the Empire 8 Conference Tournament as the fourth seed. W&J upset top-seeded Utica 4-2 in the semifinals and then downed Nazareth h 2-1 in the conference title game to earn the automatic bid. The defense allowed just three goals and 13 shots in two Empire 8 Tournament games, led by Meaghan Thornlow '13, who was named Empire 8 Tournament Most Valuable Player. The Presidents traveled to William Smith College in Geneva, N.Y., for the NCAA Tournament, where they lost a hard-fought, first-round contest by a 2-0 margin. W&J's strong showing was highlighted by goalkeeper Shelby Colyer '12, who made a season-high 10 saves. "Winning the championship after falling just short four years ago speaks to the commitment and dedication of the players," fifth-year Head Coach Jomara Coghlan said. "We came back every year and worked a little bit harder, got a little bit stronger and never, ever gave up. Going forward, I believe the program will only get stronger, and we will continue to build on our success." During the regular season, Jennifer Marabella '13 passed Beth Kelley '07 to become the College's all-time l-time leader in total points (101), and she took over first place on the all-time goals scored list with 46. Leading ding the team with 15 goals, she enters her final collegiate season ranked 18th on the active Division III goal list. oal Marabella and midfielder Erin Barno '13 led a group of six Presidents who earned All-Empire 8 honors. ors. They were both named All-North Atlantic Region First Team performers. The field hockey team hockey team k celebrates its first Empire first 8 Conference Tournament title against Nazareth. "We came back every year and worked a little bit harder, got a little bit stronger and never, ever gave up." � JOMARA COGHLAN, HEAD FIELD HOCKEY COACH The 2011 Empire 8 Tournament champions charge out of the goal to defend a penalty corner at Cameron Stadium. Catherine Villa '14 Jennifer Marabella '13 Jenn WASHINGTON & JEFFERSON COLLEGE 21 W&J sports Their biggest fan FACULTY MENTOR OFFERS INVALUABLE SUPPORT FROM THE SIDELINES After wrapping up a busy Tuesday of teaching Psychology 101 and 370 courses in Thistle Hall, Timothy S. Klitz, Ph.D., was off to his second office in the stands at Alexandre Stadium. It was a chilly November evening that Klitz-- and the Washington & Jefferson College women's soccer team--had been waiting for since the season kicked off in early September. Coming off their first undefeated regular season, the three-time defending champions were hoping to clinch their fourth Presidents' Athletic Conference (PAC) title. As the top seed, W&J was heavily favored in the semifinal game against fourth-seeded Waynesburg. However, informed fans like Klitz knew it would be a tough game as the Yellow Jackets had taken the Presidents to double overtime just 10 days earlier before falling short 2-1 after a Holly Shipley '14 goal. Unfortunately, Waynesburg stunned W&J on their home turf that night with a 1-0 triumph, ending the Presidents' PAC Championship run and bringing their three-month journey to an abrupt close. No fan was more upset than Klitz. "I live vicariously through the team's success, there's no doubt about that," said Klitz, who confesses that he was in a "terrible, bitter mood" after the loss. "The problem is that I really feel the lows--it's like I am actually out there playing." the sport, and I became attached after attending my first W&J game." Klitz is one of 20 professors involved in the faculty/coach mentor program, which allows faculty members to serve as advocates for student-athletes while developing working relationships with coaches. The program made its campus debut four years ago behind the efforts of Bill Dukett, director of athletics, and John Gregor, Ph.D., NCAA faculty representative and professor of economics, business and accounting. Prior to the start of each school year, Klitz meets with the team during a preseason practice to introduce himself and explain his function as the team's mentor. He provides valuable insight for student-athletes entering their first year of college and serves as a secondary academic adviser for the team members. "Doing great things on the athletics field and maintaining a high level of success in the classroom is very impressive to me," Klitz said. "As a faculty mentor, I feel that it is my responsibility to offer them advice based on what has worked for past student-athletes. Time management is one of the most important elements, and they need to know that as freshmen." As a faculty mentor for the women's soccer team, Timothy Klitz acts as an academic adviser and cheerleader. Coaches Inside the Classroom Faculty team mentors at W&J serve as advocates for student-athletes while building working relationships with coaches. NCAA FACULTY REPRESENTATIVE MEN'S LACROSSE Richard Kinder ECONOMICS, BUSINESS AND ACCOUNTING John Gregor ECONOMICS, BUSINESS AND ACCOUNTING Cathy Petchel PSYCHOLOGY BASEBALL John Zimmerman MATHEMATICS WOMEN'S LACROSSE Tiffani Gottschall ECONOMICS, BUSINESS AND ACCOUNTING MEN'S BASKETBALL Sam Gidas ECONOMICS, BUSINESS AND ACCOUNTING MEN'S SOCCER Scott Frank THEATRE AND COMMUNICATIONS "Doing great things on the athletics field and maintaining a high level of success in the classroom is very impressive to me." To be an effective academic adviser, Klitz views attending games as his primary duty. He remembers cheering for NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship recipient Megan Ferderber '09 and All-Conference midfielder Liz Monzi '08. "Finding out what motivates talented � TIMOTHY S. KLITZ, PH.D., student-athletes like Megan ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF PSYCHOLOGY and Liz only helps me as a professor," he said. "When they achieve success in life, it makes me feel good about the job I am That's not a stretch for Klitz who, as the team's doing here." faculty mentor, has been a permanent fixture at Alexandre Stadium on game days. In the The women's soccer players, in return, are happy last four years, he only has missed three or four to have Klitz in the stands every night as they take games while balancing his duties as an associate on some of the best teams in NCAA Division III. professor of psychology and chair of the In fact, the W&J soccer sweatshirt the team committee on health professions. presented him as a gift bears his name on the back. "I really appreciate how they have `adopted' However, Klitz admits that he knew very little me as a member of their team," he said. about women's soccer before becoming the team's mentor in 2007. "One of my students, � SCOTT MCGUINNESS Katie Orient '06, asked me to come and watch the team play," he said. "I learned to enjoy WINTER 2012 MAGAZINE WOMEN'S BASKETBALL Stan Myers PSYCHOLOGY WOMEN'S SOCCER Timothy Klitz PSYCHOLOGY CROSS COUNTRY/ TRACK AND FIELD SOFTBALL Jim Gormly HISTORY Karin Maresh THEATER AND COMMUNICATIONS FIELD HOCKEY Lori Galley ECONOMICS, BUSINESS AND ACCOUNTING SWIMMING AND DIVING Jim Longo EDUCATION FOOTBALL Lauryn Mayer ENGLISH Annette Drew-Bear ENGLISH Robert Dodge HISTORY VOLLEYBALL Steve Malinak CHEMISTRY Nicholas Cavoti PSYCHOLOGY WATER POLO GOLF Michael Wolterman MATHEMATICS Robert Dunn ECONOMICS, BUSINESS AND ACCOUNTING WRESTLING Buba Misawa POLITICAL SCIENCE 22 W&J alumni Alumni trio honored at Homecoming A nationally renowned leader in neonatology, an entrepreneurial business owner, and an up-and-coming anesthesiologist were honored by Washington & Jefferson College at the annual Homecoming & Reunion Weekend dinner in October. Recognized for their contributions to their professions, their community and their alma mater, the three honorees were presented awards by members of the W&J community who know them best. � KERRI DIGIOVANNI '09 DISTINGUISHED SERVICE AWARD ALUMNI ACHIEVEMENT AWARD OUTSTANDING YOUNG ALUMNI AWARD Gary Silverman '78 Recipient of more than 23 awards from groups like America's Top Doctors, member of 18 professional societies and associations, and author of more than 90 peer-reviewed scientific publications, Gary Silverman '78, M.D., Ph.D., has established a distinguished career. Yet Silverman's extensive resume does not note the countless hours he has invested in mentoring students, bringing more than 50 students from W&J's pre-health program into his labs. "As one who epitomizes the concept of `paying it forward,' Gary began, early in his career, to mentor students," Dennis Trelka, Ph.D., professor emeritus of biology at W&J, said. "Dr. Silverman gave them the training and confidence to realize that they could function well in this elite company of research scientists." Silverman, who oversees the newborn medicine program at Magee-Women's Hospital and Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh, also serves as a professor at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine. For nearly 25 years, Silverman also has been returning to W&J as a guest lecturer. He made valuable contributions to W&J's first two Howard Hughes Medical Institute grants and spearheaded the fundraising effort behind the Trelka Prize for Original Research in the Life Sciences. He is a former member of the Alumni Executive Council. Charlie P. Eaton '64 As the founder and owner of C.P. Eaton Partners, LLC, Charlie P. Eaton '64 maintains a roster of investors that includes more than 200 of the largest and best-known institutions in the U.S. and abroad. Under his leadership, the independent marketing firm has raised more than $33 billion for 70 funds. Eaton's success is not a surprise to his classmates and Phi Gamma Delta fraternity brothers who knew him as an economics major and member of the football team at W&J. "Charlie is the kind of guy you want in your corner," Vaughan Blaxter '65 said. "I count myself among the many people who greatly admire Charlie not just for his incredible business sense, but also for his commitment to giving back to the community." Eaton began his career as an investment research officer at Morgan Guaranty Trust Co., predecessor to J.P. Morgan Investment Management. Working his way up Wall Street, he also worked at Mitchell Hutchins, Morgan Stanley and H.C. Wainwright & Co., where he was a partner. "W&J inspired a spirit of entrepreneurial approach to school life," Eaton, a former member of the W&J Board of Trustees, said. "It helped me figure out a creative way of getting into my own financial business." Eaton also is a leader in his hometown's chapter of United Way and a supporter of "Operation Comfort," a San Antonio-based group that supports wounded veterans. Kristin Ondecko Ligda '03 Just months after completing her residency at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, Kristin Ondecko Ligda '03, M.D., is making a name for herself in the medical field. An anesthesiologist at UPMC Mercy, Ligda is a member of the American Society of Anesthesiologists and Society for Education in Anesthesia. She attended the Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) School of Medicine on a Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Scholarship for Graduate Study, which provided her with $50,000 per year toward her medical degree. At VCU, she was inducted into Alpha Omega Alpha--a medical honor society limited to less than 10 percent of medical students--and was named MVP for Internal Medicine Residency. Ligda, who was president of the Alpha Phi Omega service fraternity at W&J, still remains dedicated to her alma mater, serving on the Alumni Executive Council and Pre-Health Advisory Board and giving several on-campus presentations for pre-health students. Also active in the Alumni Mentor Program, Ligda mentors biochemistry major Michael Liebert '12. "During the past two years, Kristin has offered extraordinary advice on everything, from what it takes to become a physician to the simplest advice on how to make the most of life," said Liebert, who is seeking admission into medical school after graduation. WASHINGTON & JEFFERSON COLLEGE 23 W&J alumni A College on the Move b e i f Campus comes alive at Homecoming weekend Clad in red and black, Presidents representing the classes of 1943 to 2011 charged the Washington & Jefferson College campus on a late October weekend to create a memorable Homecoming celebration. President Tori Haring-Smith, Ph.D., kicked off the weekend by addressing alumni at Friday evening's Homecoming dinner. "As you wander around, cheer on the football team and see your old friends, I hope that you will get a sense of the remarkable momentum on this campus," she said. "There is no question about it--W&J is a College on the move." Alumni got a taste of a College on the move while enjoying a jam-packed schedule of events that included two lectures, three sporting events and seven reunion gatherings. At the tailgate lunch, future Presidents had fun with crafts and balloons, and later, at the popular Fifth Quarter event, alumni posed with W&J props in the photo booth. Plans are under way for the next Homecoming & Reunion Weekend, set for Oct. 19-20. For more information, visit www.jayconnected.com/homecoming. b Recent graduates Kerri DiGiovanni '09, Rachel Mastromarino '10, Samantha Butler '10, Samantha Rosenthal '10 and Carley Riggin '09 show off their photo booth pictures. c Jacob Testa '12 and Gina D'Aveni '12 are crowned Homecoming King and Queen. d A choir of alumni and students sing the national anthem. e Future Presidents have fun with balloons at the tailgate lunch. f Football fan John Mollenauer '57 watches the Presidents play the Geneva Golden Tornadoes. g President Tori Haring-Smith welcomes members of the class of 1976 as they celebrate their 35th reunion. h A little President enjoys a gift from the W&J bookstore. i The new George and Tom mascots applaud the honorary co-captains before the football game. j Delta Gamma sisters cheer on their Homecoming Queen candidate. 1) Gary Defilippo '76 and Joan Defilippo '76 enjoy the festivities with their daughter, Alexis Defilippo McCormick '06, and her husband, Ryan. 1! Honorary co-captain Cynthia Alexander Brozeski '96 receives an enthusiastic hug from a former classmate. 1@ Joe Leckie `50, with his wife, Betty, shares a secret with the late Pearson Furst `50 and his wife, Kathleen. 1# Sue Sofis and Peggy Dills, wives of Bill Sofis '76 and Dwayne Dills '69 and parents of Michael Sofis '10 and Mark Dills '08, greet each other at Fifth Quarter. To relive more Homecoming memories, visit www.washjeff.edu/magazine. 24 WINTER 2012 MAGAZINE c d g j 1! 1@ h 1) 1# WASHINGTON & JEFFERSON COLLEGE 25 W&J alumni At W&J, business administration major Micala Priola excelled on the soccer field while her mentee Michael Harding enjoyed studying abroad in Japan. 26 WINTER 2012 MAGAZINE THEN NOW M ic al a Pri o la '07 Why did you decide to attend W&J? d did Michael: I wanted a small school that would allow me to have personal connections with faculty. I didn't anticipate the alumni relations program to be so helpful, but it's nice to have someone on the "other side" who can be your big sister or brother. Micala: I wanted a small class size and didn't want to be a lost face in the crowd. I also wanted to play soccer and go someplace where I would be challenged. I knew I would find that at W&J. Business administration majors Micala Priola '07 and Michael Harding '12 chose to attend Washington & Jefferson College because they wanted to be challenged outside the classroom. While Priola found her calling at Alexandre Stadium, leading her soccer team to winning records all four years, Harding discovered his passions across the globe, studying abroad in Japan, Ireland and Africa. When their paths crossed last year through the Alumni Mentor Program, the two connected on their shared adoration for their alma mater and the incredible opportunities W&J offers its students. Today, Priola and Harding share a thriving friendship, meeting on a monthly basis to discuss classes, careers and life after W&J. M ichae l Hard in g '12 Michael: I was nervous to speak in front of a lot of people but people, I was only there for 10 minutes when a couple approached me and talked like we were already friends. They had a genuine interest in me and what I am doing in school. What have you gotten out of the Alumni Mentor Program? Micala: The mentor program is a perfect fit for me, because I am able to help someone with a busy schedule like mine. Michael is awesome and so involved on campus-- I live vicariously through him, but also help him with anything he needs. Michael: I am lucky to have my parents to guide me, but now I have a mentor who not only has experience in the Pittsburgh work force, but has been in my shoes at W&J. How has W&J prepared you for the future? Micala: My education at W&J taught me that your average answer isn't good enough. You have to go above and beyond. When you are at work, you are expected to bring a unique idea to the table. Michael: It is nice to have exposure to professors who have worked in your intended profession. They can bring those experiences to the classroom. There also is a strong association of alumni and a lot of opportunities for internships and networking. What kind of advice do you give to and seek from each other? Micala: The best advice I can give is to keep a positive attitude. At the end of the day, your co-workers will want to work with someone who can communicate and stay upbeat. Michael: Everything! I go to her for small stuff, like how to dress for an event, to larger matters, like if I should go to graduate school or not. She is a catchall mentor--she can answer anything I throw at her. MY ADVICE TO W&J STUDENTS: What advice would you give to future W&J students? Michael: Travel. Go outside of your comfort zone, and study abroad during Intersession or apply for a Magellan Project. Micala: Pick a major that you want, and not what your parents want. At the end of the day, you will be working in your chosen profession. You have to like it. Test the waters of different majors and career paths to find what suits you best. "Test the waters of different majors and career paths." � MICALA PRIOLA '07 What would you tell a student applying for the mentor program? Micala: Mentors know nothing about you and aren't going to judge you. They will just give you an honest answer. Michael: Go into it with an open mind. It worked out tenfold for me. I found a great mentor and friend who has helped me in countless ways in preparing for the future. � ALYSSA VUKSON '12 "Go outside your comfort zone." � MICHAEL HARDING '12 You spoke to alumni and students about the Alumni Mentor Program at Homecoming. What was that like? Micala: It was a good way to promote the mentor program face to face. Michael and I are a younger match, which shows that not all alumni involved in the program are extremely established--anyone can help out. In Your Own Words: MENTOR POWER Whether they challenged you in the classroom, helped guide your career path, or answered your questions over coffee, W&J faculty members have a reputation for going the extra mile (or two) to ensure their students' success after graduation. When we asked you to tell us about your mentors at W&J, we weren't surprised that you filled our Facebook and Twitter pages with touching accounts of how professors have influenced your lives. Here are just some of the highlights. Dr. R. Kirk Wicker was one of the unsung heroes of the chemistry department. He had industry experience and always was there to help. � MICHAEL HENGELSBURG '91 Dr. A.B. Lee. His Intersession tour of the Middle East opened my eyes to the wider world and instilled in me a love of travel and culture. � MICHAEL BREVETTA '97 Dr. Todd Verdun. His classes challenged and encouraged like no other. His dedication to his craft inspired my future plans. � ALEXANDRA BRUECKNER '11 Dr. John Mark Scott and Dr. Bob Dodge were the first two professors I met over coffee the first day of my freshman year. The friendship that developed among us is still going strong today. � JOSHUA ANDY '04, PH.D. Dr. Robbie Iuliucci was and remains to be a positive force in my life and career. He emphasized that, while money is nice, doing what you love and aiding those you teach is more fulfilling. � JACOB HORNICK '10 Dr. Sam Fee. I stumbled upon his new media class as an elective and found myself sucked into design work as a hobby during my history career at W&J. � LINDSAY HARLOW '08 Don't see your mentor here? Go to www.washjeff.edu/magazine for more stories. DR. LORI GALLEY IS A PHENOMENAL PROFESSOR WHO GENUINELY IS INTERESTED IN WHAT'S BEST FOR HER STUDENTS. PLUS, SHE'S AN ALUM! � SHANE JONES '11 Dr. Bob Dodge taught me how to study-- really study--and prepare and outline my thoughts. Before taking his classes, I didn't know how to analyze and digest information in a meaningful way. � JULIE FOLGER WOOLLEY '00 MTV documents journey of young alumnus Visit the website for the new MTV reality show, "Chelsea Settles," and you will find one of its stars, Jarel Settles '09, described as funny, supportive and opinionated. Chat with any of his classmates from Washington & Jefferson College, and you are likely to hear the same description with the added quality of "determined." While at W&J, Settles kept it no secret that his dream was to move to Los Angeles and make it in the entertainment industry. With the support of W&J's Ellis Hyman Internship Award and Magellan Project, Settles took the first step toward his goal when he landed a summer internship with the Universal Music Group. "The internship was everything I imagined, plus more," the business administration major said. "It made me a part of who I am today, because it taught me to be flexible and adaptable to change." Today, Settles is back in Los Angeles with his cousin, Chelsea. Their move across the country last winter was documented by television cameras for the highly rated MTV show, which follows Chelsea as she tries to find her way in the fashion industry. Along for the journey, Settles is on hand to offer his support, honesty and laughter. "Moving was full of emotions. I was excited, because I would be in the city I wanted to live in with my best friend and cousin," Settles said. "However, I was afraid of not being able to accomplish what I sought to do." While Settles is unsure of what his exact job title will be in 10 or 20 years, he credits the W&J Magellan Project and Office of Career Services with directing him toward his passion. Today, he gives back to W&J as a volunteer and mentor, offering advice to students interested in pursuing an entertainment-related career. "The key is to not get discouraged," he said. "Sure, you may hear a thousand `no's,' but you have to keep going after your goal. One door definitely will open if you keep knocking." � KERRI DIGIOVANNI '09 Learn what more young alumni like Settles are doing at www.jayconnected.com/gold. WASHINGTON & JEFFERSON COLLEGE 27 W&J alumni W&J WANTS YOU! 6 WAYS TO GET INVOLVED TODAY Greetings W&J Alumni: On behalf of the Alumni Executive Council, I invite you to become more active in the Washington & Jefferson College community of faculty, staff, students and alumni. It is our top priority at the AEC to enhance alumni relationships within this community, and your participation plays a vital role in making this possible. Through recent AEC initiatives, there are more opportunities than ever to stay connected and get involved in the life of the College, no matter where you are located. Here are just some of the ways you can volunteer: 1 2 3 4 5 6 Alumni Mentor Program: In just two academic years, this popular program has grown to more than 100 alumni-student pairings. The objective is to enhance student development while providing a meaningful experience for alumni mentors through an exchange of ideas and viewpoints. Reunion Committees: Reunion committees, representing 20th through 50th reunion years, have the important responsibility of recruiting other committee members, participating in reunion meetings and pre-reunion events, and contacting classmates to encourage participation in reunion activities and the reunion gift. Career Guidance: Network with students and help guide them toward a successful career path by partnering with the Office of Career Services. Using the office's resources, you can promote job opportunities and internships and mentor students in your career field. Regional Alumni Chapters: Run by volunteers, regional chapters enable W&J alumni to gather informally where they live. Volunteer-driven events like these augment the College-sponsored alumni and parent events. Please consider teaming up with W&J to create a chapter in your area. Alumni Event in a Box: Host your own W&J event with the assistance of the Office of Alumni Relations, which will work with you to help plan, promote and decorate your event. This is a great way to get in touch with old college friends and make new W&J connections. Monthly Networking Dinners: Join students interested in your career field at one of the monthly student and alumni dinners. Dinner conversations often focus on life during and after W&J, including what the College was like when you were a student. Reach out to an AEC member at www.jayconnected.com/aec. YOUR ALUMNI ADVOCATES As the management arm of the W&J Alumni Association, the Alumni Executive Council serves as your voice and advocate at W&J. Its 22 members advance alumni interests and implement priorities for alumni communications, programming and services. PRESIDENT COMMUNICATIONS COMMITTEE John McCague '76 PROGRAMMING COMMITTEE John Tate '77, Chair John Burns '80 Maureen Connolly '04 Donald Dazen '79 Kristin Ondecko Ligda '03 Deborah Slocum '74 Janet Golonka '84, Chair Jacki Bauer '85 Dana Devereux '73 Seth Litman '91 Bill Meddings '62 Emily Peters '03 Susan Storrick Timko '89 Jimil Wilson '00 GOVERNANCE COMMITTEE For a complete list of ways to get involved, and to find the opportunity best for you, visit www.jayconnected.com/getinvolved. Warm regards, Julie Grebenz Rothbardt '93, Chair Drew Chelosky '97 Rachel Lozosky Friedmann '01 Marian Ream '71 Miles H. Simon '71 Linda Hunt Wagner '85 John McCague '76 Alumni Executive Council President THE PRESIDENTS ARE COMING to a city near you. | Boston | Charlotte, N.C. | Cleveland | Mountain Lakes, N.J. | New York City | | Philadelphia | Pittsburgh | Washington, D.C. | Washington, Pa. | For a full calendar of alumni and parent events, go to www.jayconnected.com/events. 28 WINTER 2012 MAGAZINE W&J class notes For retired professor, research never ends At age 89, Hans Conrad '44, Ph.D., is one of the world's oldest active researchers. "He has been making important discoveries longer than most of his peers have been alive," wrote Jay Price, staff writer at The News & Observer in Raleigh, N.C. A professor emeritus of materials science and engineering at North Carolina State University, Conrad has been retired since 1993, but he still shows up at the lab every day, writing papers and grant proposals. "It's what I love to do," he said. "I would feel at a loss without it." Among his most recent accomplishments is the publication of a book chapter on how to make soft metals like copper stronger than steel. He also wrote a grant proposal last year to improve the bullet-stopping ceramic plates in body armor worn by U.S. troops in Afghanistan and Iraq. This happened just before he won a grant to study improvement techniques for forging metals. With more than 450 scientific papers to his credit, Conrad is being honored as the 2012 recipient of a gold medal from ASM International. The medal, given to a scientist each year since 1943, honors his contributions to the teaching, research and administration of materials science and engineering. Professor emeritus at North Carolina State University, Hans Conrad continues to be recognized for his research long after his retirement. JOHN ROTTET, THE NEWS & OBSERVER German-born Conrad enrolled at Washington & Jefferson College in 1940, participating in a pre-engineering program before completing his bachelor's in metallurgical engineering at the Carnegie Institute of Technology. His career began during World War II when, working for Alcoa, he helped develop an aluminum alloy for use in aircraft that is still used in the aerospace industry today. While he has dedicated most of his career to the study of metals, he recently began exploring the field of ceramics, publishing papers that could revolutionize the industry. When asked how long his research will continue, Conrad told The News & Observer, "Every time you answer one question, you open up 10 other questions. It could take the rest of my life." 1946 E. Lee North released his 14th book, titled, "Run, Run, Run! The 1941 Diary of a Deaf Long Island Teenager." A longtime fan and historian of Presidents football, North also authored, "Battling the Indians, Panthers, and Nittany Lions: The Story of Washington & Jefferson College's First Century of Football, 1890-1990." 1952 Miles Durfey retired as clerk of the Ohio Court of Claims after 54 years of service to the state. His tenure spanned 10 presidents, nine Ohio governors and seven state chief justices. Beginning his government career in 1956, he joined the Ohio Air National Guard, earning two stars and the rank of major general. He then held various government legal jobs until being appointed to his former position in 1987. In retirement, Durfey and his wife, Eleanor, plan to spend time with their children and grandchildren. 1948 Learned "Dag" Bulman had the library and archives at the Morris County Historical Society in New Jersey named in his honor to thank him for 25 years of volunteer service. The archives in W&J's U. Grant Miller Library also are named in honor of Bulman. The Learned T. Bulman '48 Historic Archives and Museum houses items related to the College's history as well as a large collection of manuscripts and other materials related to U.S. history in the 18th and 19th centuries. Michael R. Zimmerman, Ph.D., was invited as a visiting professor at the University of Manchester's KNH Centre for Biomedical Egyptology. He is collaborating on a joint project between the KNH Centre and Natural History Museum in London titled, "Sir Grafton Elliot Smith and the Archaeological Survey of Nubia: Their Significance to the Palaeopathological Tradition." Zimmerman is an adjunct professor of anthropology and a consulting scholar at the Pennsylvania University Museum and an adjunct professor of biology at Villanova University. 1959 Ronald V. Pellegrini, M.D., joined the Ed Dardanell Heart and Vascular Center at Forbes Regional Hospital in Pittsburgh. Previously, he was chief of adult cardiac surgery at UPMC Passavant. '59 Ronald Pellegrini, M.D., joined the Ed Dardanell Heart and Vascular Center at Forbes Regional Hospital in Pittsburgh. WASHINGTON & JEFFERSON COLLEGE 29 W&J class notes Religious leader at Harvard honored with portrait Joining an esteemed club of Harvard Divinity School's most inspirational leaders is Rev. Preston N. Williams '48, whose portrait now adorns a wall in the Braun Room at the University's Andover Hall. The portrait of Williams is part of the Harvard Foundation Portraiture Project, which aims to reflect the diversity of individuals who have served Harvard for at least a quarter century. As the Houghton Research Professor of Theology and Contemporary Change Emeritus, Williams has dedicated his 40-year career at Harvard to the study and teaching of Christian ethics, particularly as it relates to the African-American religious experience. Williams was pleased that the unveiling closely coincided with the opening of the Martin Luther King Jr. National Memorial and anniversary of the historic 1963 civil rights march on Washington, D.C. The ceremony also fell on the birthday of Williams' father, who was born nearly 125 years earlier in South Carolina. He said that his parents, who "mightily struggled under segregation and discrimination to create opportunities for their sons and their grandchildren," would be "very appreciative" of this honor. Williams, who received his bachelor's degree from Washington & Jefferson College, chose to enroll at the College after turning down a competitive scholarship to attend any school in Allegheny County. STEVE GILBERT, STUDIOFLEX PRODUCTIONS Rev. Preston Williams unwraps his portrait during a dedication ceremony at Harvard Divinity School. "The College did fulfill my hope for a good liberal arts education and served as good preparation for my academic ministry," said Williams, who remembered W&J as "a constantly changing campus" during World War II and the years that followed. A graduate student at Harvard Divinity School, Dave Woessner '02 represented W&J at the unveiling ceremony in August. "Rev. Williams' work--developing and detailing the ethical framework of the civil rights movement and Dr. King's commitment to non-violent social change--exemplifies the highest values to which W&J aspires," he said. 1961 Perspectives," was published by Oxford University Press in 2011. Vandall also published "The Policy Debate Surrounding Gun Litigation in the United States," and was invited to be a Fellow with the American Bar Association. He has been a professor at Emory University Law School for more than 40 years and specializes in torts and products liability. company's research and clinical studies. For nearly three decades, Ulevitch has performed research to understand the role of the immune system in human disease. 1968 Richard T. Clark, retired chairman of Merck & Co. Inc., was named the new chairman for Project HOPE (Health Opportunities for People Everywhere). Clark has played a leading role in shaping the vision of Project HOPE, which is to address health crises that are threatening the future prosperity and development of societies worldwide. Clark is a member of the W&J Board of Trustees. 1965 Jon Adler and his wife, Carol, along with Jim Lynn '59 and his wife, Pat, took a cruise and spent several days in St. Petersburg, Russia. The group is pictured in front of the State Hermitage Museum. Conway A. Jeffress, president of Schoolcraft College, was reappointed to the Midwestern Higher Education Compact to serve as chair of the Compact's Policy and Research Committee. In this role, Jeffress will be involved in maximizing and enhancing the educational opportunities for the citizens of Michigan. 1964 Charles K. Bens is a speaker for Vistage International, the world's largest network of chief executive officers. Specializing in nutritional medicine, he released his first online nutrition program titled, "Food as Medicine: How to Prevent and Reverse Chronic Disease with Nutrition." Frank J. Vandall's book, "A History of Civil Litigation: Political and Economic '68 Richard T. Clark is the new chairman for Project HOPE. 1966 Richard Ulevitch, Ph.D., joined Pulmatrix's scientific advisory board to help advance the 30 WINTER 2012 MAGAZINE Breast cancer pioneer honored with Pink Ribbon Award A leader in breast cancer research and treatment, Thomas G. Frazier '64, M.D., F.A.C.S., is the recipient of the Pink Ribbon Award from the Pennsylvania Breast Cancer Coalition (PBCC). The award, presented to Frazier at the PBCC Conference in October, honors outstanding leadership in breast cancer research, education, treatment and advocacy. "Dr. Frazier's scientific curiosity and cutting-edge research interests make him a valuable asset to his patients and professional colleagues, and an ideal candidate for the PBCC Pink Ribbon Award," Pat Halpin-Murphy, president and founder of the PBCC, said. Frazier is credited with performing the first immediate breast reconstruction and the first partial breast irradiation in the Philadelphia region, as well as pioneering innovative biopsy techniques. As medical director of the Comprehensive Breast Center at Main Line Health Bryn Mawr, Frazier oversees all clinical and research activities and provides leadership for programming initiatives. He also is a principal investigator and board member for the National Surgical Adjuvant Breast and Bowel Project, a clinical trials cooperative group dedicated to changing the way breast and colorectal cancers are treated and prevented. Thomas Frazier receives the Pennsylvania Breast Cancer Coalition's Pink Ribbon Award from Pennsylvania First Lady Susan Corbett (left) and PBCC President and Founder Pat Halpin-Murphy (right). 1969 Robert G. Walker continues an active retirement in St. Petersburg, Fla., by writing and traveling. He co-edited "Swiftly Sterneward: Studies in Laurence Sterne and His Times," published in 2011 by the University of Delaware Press. He visited Holland and Belgium in May and Puerto Rico in August. He also became a big brother in the Big Brother/Big Sister program. in his Cape Island Mystery series, is under agreement with Tripod Entertainment. His most recent novel, "Screams & Whispers," was released in July 2011 and concluded the trilogy that began with "Provincetown Follies." organization has honored Squitieri with three awards for his reporting from Thailand, Haiti, Bosnia and Burundi. For more on Squitieri, turn to page 12. 1972 Ed Culbertson is an assistant professor of chemistry at North Greenville University, S.C. He also serves as chairman for the Department of Chemistry. 1976 Martin S. Levine, D.O., was elected the 115th president of the American Osteopathic Association. He has private practices in Bayonne and Jersey City, N.J. He also serves as the associate dean for educational development at the Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine in New York City as well as the discipline chief of family medicine and associate professor of clinical family medicine at the University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine's New Jersey Clinical Campus in Newark. His patient-centered approach has earned Levine a place on the Best Doctor listing by New York magazine every year since 1999, and the Best Doctor honor in New Jersey Monthly magazine's listing four times, including 2010. 1971 John Sydnor Hastings and his wife, Teresa, own and operate two resort retail stores in Fenwick Island, Del. They have spent the last 35 years traveling the world and importing handmade clothing and jewelry. Hastings writes, "Life is good." John Jamison II and his wife, Suzanne "Sukey" Rogers Jamison, were featured in an article in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette titled, "A newsmaker you should know: Farmer offers top-quality lamb." The Jamisons have raised lambs free of hormones, antibiotics, herbicides and insecticides for 30 years, supplying to top restaurants across the nation. Amy Martin, reflecting on fond college memories, writes, "This U.S. Navy WWII nurse thrived on all the challenges and thank yous for her experiences at W&J. Now, at almost 87 years old, I have many W&J stories to tell my retirement home neighbors." Randall S. Peffer's novel, "Provincetown Follies, Bangkok Blues," is a Lambda Award finalist. The screenplay for the novel, the first 1975 Rand Joseph is a senior producer for the event operations group at ESPN. In this role, he is responsible for the technical and operational supervision of production events such as X Games, college football bowl games and Gameday. Previously, Joseph was a manager of studio system operations at ABC, where he worked for 15 years. During that time, he also was a technical manager for ABC Sports and ESPN. '75 Rand Joseph is a senior producer for the event operations group at ESPN. Tom Squitieri has been elected to the Board of Governors for the Overseas Press Club of America to serve a two-year term. The '76 Martin S. Levine, D.O., was elected the 115th president of the American Osteopathic Association. WASHINGTON & JEFFERSON COLLEGE 31 W&J class notes professionals representing a variety of ages and disciplines to capture an intimate look at work in 21st century America. The owner of "Helping You Change Your Mind," Crunick works as a counselor and hypnotherapist in Seattle. Ralph A. Finizio has been named by Pennsylvania Super Lawyers magazine as one of the top attorneys in the state for 2011. A partner for Pepper Hamilton LLP, Finizio practices commercial litigation with an emphasis on construction-related claims. 1977 Keith Ghezzi, M.D., was named interim CEO of West Penn Allegheny, a six-hospital system based in Pittsburgh. Prior to this position, he worked for the health system management firm Alvarez & Marsal in Washington, D.C., and served as the interim CEO of Forum Health, a three-hospital system based in Youngstown, Ohio. Ghezzi is a member of the W&J Board of Trustees. 1982 Kevin A. Ohlson has been nominated by President Barack Obama for the position of Judge of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces. He currently serves as the Chief of the Professional Misconduct Review Unit in the Department of Justice. Previously, he was Chief of Staff and Counselor to U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder. A former officer in the U.S. Army, Ohlson served as a judge advocate and a paratrooper. He was awarded the Bronze Star in 1990 for his service during the Persian Gulf War. '77 Keith Ghezzi, M.D., was named interim CEO of West Penn Allegheny in Pittsburgh. 1980 Mary Ann Petro has become a board-certified chaplain through the Association of Professional Chaplains. She works as a chaplain at the Hospice of Lancaster County. '82 Kevin Ohlson has been nominated to serve as Judge of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces. 1978 Mike Myers celebrated the 20th anniversary of the City of Austin's Green Building Program, which is a program he created and managed. This program encourages Central Texans to design and construct more sustainable homes and buildings. 1981 Richard J. Burnheimer is vice president of risk management and environmental, health and safety at RF CHECK, Inc., where he also serves as the interim chief financial officer. He has been a featured speaker on the impacts of radio frequency radiation risks from wireless transmission sites at national and international conferences. He also has articles published in Risk Management magazine, the National Law Review, and Professional Roofing magazine. Brunheimer and his family reside in Broadlands, Va. 1983 Col. Jan Killmeyer Demartini has served on active duty at Fort Dix, N.J., for the past three years. She serves as the chief of current operation in the enterprise solutions branch for the Defense Logistics Agency at Fort Belvoir, Va. 1979 Lisa Crunick was featured in "The Working Chronicles," a news blog that profiles W&J honors food industry leader as Entrepreneur of the Year A visionary investor in the quick-service restaurant and casual-dining industries, Robert M. Beavers Jr. '65 was named a 2011 Entrepreneur of the Year by Washington & Jefferson College at its 25th annual ceremony in November. Beavers is the founder, chairman and CEO of Beavers Holdings, LLC, a holding business comprised of nine companies which he has acquired or developed since 1999. His first acquisition was a leveraged buyout of Fresh Start Bakeries, a group of 14 bakeries that provides goods to McDonald's restaurants across four continents. Starting his career at McDonald's, Beavers rose from a part-time crew member to a regional manager, responsible for several thousand restaurants exceeding $5 billion in annual sales. He later was named a senior vice president, becoming the highest-ranking African-American at one of the world's leading food-service retailers. "W&J is proud to recognize Bob Beavers for his creative vision, his commitment to bringing people together to create success, and his many years of helping young companies grow into major businesses," President Tori Haring-Smith, Ph.D., said. Beavers, who attended Washington & Jefferson College before earning his bachelor's degree from George Washington University, credits W&J for helping to launch his entrepreneurial career. "My time here at W&J was really the first step for me and my adult career," he said during his acceptance speech. "The experience that W&J Entrepreneurs of the Year Robert Beavers (left) and Lalit Chordia (right) are congratulated by President Tori Haring-Smith and program founder Joseph Hardy (center). I had here told me to be committed and that if you had a passion for what you're doing, then you'll be successful." Beavers was joined by fellow award recipient Lalit Chordia, Ph.D., founder and CEO of Thar Technologies in Pittsburgh. W&J established its Entrepreneurial Studies Program in 1986 with the support of Joseph Hardy III, founder of 84 Lumber Co. and Nemacolin Woodlands Resort. 32 WINTER 2012 MAGAZINE Presidents embark on Kenyan safari Vin Lawrence, Ph.D., professor emeritus of biology at Washington & Jefferson College, took a group of adventurous alumni and friends on a Kenyan safari in July. The participants had the opportunity to see animals in their natural habitats, including cheetahs, elephants, giraffes s and zebras, and to spend time with the semi-nomadic Maasai and Samburu people. "We were thrilled that W&J would offer such a high-caliber, once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to its alumni and family," Julie Dickinson, a participant in the trip, said. "The experience was indescribable." Alumni trips are planned and administrated by W&J faculty members and promoted by the Office of Alumni Relations. "While many colleges and universities contract their alumni trips to travel agencies, W&J consistently promotes and supports its `homegrown' alumni travel experiences," Lawrence said. "They typically evolve from Intersession courses abroad and are repeatedly rated by participants as among their favorite trips." For a list of trips being offered, visit www.jayconnected.com/alumnitravel. Alumni visit Makalia Falls at Lake Nakuru National Park during a Kenyan safari. Participants, pictured with their tour guides from left, are: Terrie Baranek '83, Julie Dickinson, Janna Baker Rogers '00, Brooke Elias '77, Mike Kennedy, Stan Myers, Maureen Myers, Betty Lawrence, Vin Lawrence, Gina Micarelli '82, Brian Eberts '82 and Ana Eberts. 1984 Denise von Hermann, Ph.D., has been named the new Provost and vice president for academic affairs at the University of Southern Mississippi. During her 14 years at the university, she has served as the University's dean of the College of Arts and Letters, as well as a professor of political science. Joseph H. Sproul III and Karen Thieroff Sproul '86 celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary, as well as the graduation of their oldest child from college and their youngest child's departure to college. The Sprouls write, "This has been an exciting year." elder law issues speaker at a community center in California, Pa. She also participated in a scholarship presentation in the Chartiers-Houston and Washington School Districts. Her practice focuses on estate planning and administration and estate litigation. Brian Long received the Chairman's Award from the Spina Bifida Association of Western Pennsylvania. Long is president of Steubert & Associates, a regional insurance brokerage firm, which has been the presenting sponsor of the association's largest annual fundraiser, the Annual Summer Festival. Richard J. Savarino, M.D., was promoted to rank of captain in the U.S. Navy. He is stationed at Naval Hospital Pensacola, Fla., where he is the department head of orthopedic surgery. chapter is titled, "Private Annuities and SelfCancelling Installment Notes." Edward is a member of the Williams Coulson law firm in Pittsburgh. Steve Woratyla, M.D., is a vascular surgeon with Lancaster Regional Medical Center in Lancaster, Pa. 1988 Jay Clayton is the chief financial officer at Douglas Education Center in Monessen, Pa. He is responsible for the development and execution of the career school's financial growth strategy, as well as overseeing its accounting, internal reporting and business development strategies. 1985 Steve Lichtman and his 1963 Studebaker Cruiser were featured in the September 2011 issue of Turning Wheels magazine, the monthly publication of the Studebaker Drivers Club. Included in the magazine was a picture of Lichtman's first car in front of W&J's Old Main towers, which was taken during his 25th class reunion in 2010. 1991 David Zimsky is the project manager for the Canonsburg, Pa., office of Wallace & Pancher, Inc., an engineering-environmental consulting firm. He is responsible for managing and participating in public, government and industrial sector projects. 1987 Rose M. Baker was a co-editor for the International Journal of Vocational Education & Training. She is an assistant professor of education in the Workforce Education and Development program at Pennsylvania State University, where she also works as a research associate in the Associate Dean's Office for Research, Outreach and Technology. Edward P. Wojnaroski Jr. authored a chapter in the book, "The American Bar Association (ABA) Practical Guide to Estate Planning." The 1992 Darin M. Trelka, M.D., Ph.D., is the chief medical examiner in Broward County's medical examiner and trauma services division in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. He oversees the division's investigation of all violent, suspicious, unnatural and unattended deaths and performs drug and poison tests for police and health departments. Trelka also presented the 2011 Dieter-Porter Medical Lecture, "Forensic Investigation: From the Crime Scene to the Courtroom," at W&J during Homecoming in October. WASHINGTON & JEFFERSON COLLEGE 1986 Susan Mondik Key, an elder attorney with Peacock Keller in Washington, Pa., served as an 33 W&J class notes Maj. Adrian Spevak earned his master's degree in public administration from Kansas University. He writes, "I am getting ready to go back to Afghanistan to support 1st Cavalry Division in Bagram." Philip Steigner is a partner at Aronson LLC. He specializes in complex financial reporting, including mergers and acquisitions, consolidations, foreign entity transactions, joint ventures, income taxes and ESOPs for government contracting clients. 1995 Michael K. Brooder was named partner-in-charge of Marcum LLP's Hartford, Conn., office. He joined the firm in 1999. '98 Cara Raboanarielina works as a social scientist at Africa Rice Center in Benin, West Africa. Dave Spires is an assistant men's basketball coach for Mount Union High School. For 12 years, he served as an assistant boys' basketball coach at Boardman High School and as a representative for Pfizer. The Boardman, Ohio, native was a four-year letter-winner and two-time team captain at W&J, where he led the Presidents in rebounding for two seasons on his way to All-PAC Second Team honors. 1997 Lee Funk was one of nine individuals honored with the 38th National Inventor of the Year Award from the Intellectual Property Owners Education Foundation. Funk was part of a team at Pfizer that discovered a new molecule used to treat non-small cell lung cancer. It has been developed into the drug Xalkori, generically known as crizotinib, which, in clinical trials, appeared to extend patients' lives. He is now a lead scientist with Mylan Pharmaceuticals. 1998 Ryan Berley, owner of The Franklin Fountain in Philadelphia, was featured on the front page of the The New York Times dining section in a July 6 article titled, "For Soda, the Genie Is Out of the Bottle." Berley and his brother, Eric, opened the old-fashioned ice cream and soda parlor in 2004. Cara Harbison Raboanarielina earned her doctorate of philosophy in rural sociology and human dimensions of natural resources and the environment from Pennsylvania State University in August. She defended her thesis titled, "Community Perspectives on Conservation, Forest Livelihoods, and Social Well-Being in Zahamena National Park, Madagascar." She works as a social scientist an Africa Rice Center in Cotonou, Benin, in West Africa. 1999 Nathan Frank III published his article, "Rallying Behind At-Risk Freshmen," in the April 2011 issue of Educational Leadership. '97 Lee Funk received the National Inventor of the Year Award for his work with Pfizer. 2001 Nicole Bosley Bednarski was inducted into the fourth class of the Charleroi All-Sports Hall of Fame, as well as into the 13th class of W&J's Athletic Hall of Fame. A star soccer player in high school, she scored 117 career goals, and at Human resources executive honored for innovative leadership Human resources executive Frances Smith Rohrich '85 received the Maurice C. Waltersdorf Award for Innovative Leadership from Washington & Jefferson College in December. Rohrich has more than 20 years of experience in the areas of human resources, training and development, and retail banking for PNC Financial Services Group, Inc. She also serves as a senior leader in talent acquisition, supporting corporate and institutional banking and asset management. "Frances has an extraordinary talent for bringing the right people together," President Tori Haring-Smith, Ph.D., said. "There is no question, Frances always has pushed herself." A triple major in business, psychology and sociology at W&J, Rohrich credits much of her success to the support of others, including dedicated members of the College community. "W&J provided me a rich tapestry of knowledge and people who sparked my curiosity," she said. "The professors and administrators really treat you like people and not just students. They are interested in what you bring to the table." The Waltersdorf Award recognizes outstanding W&J alumni who attain a high level of achievement and exemplify the spirit and leadership qualities manifested by Dr. Maurice C. Waltersdorf, who served as a professor and chairman of economics for 32 years. Waltersdorf Award honoree Frances Smith Rohrich (center) is congratulated by 2009 scholarship recipient Carley Riggin and 2010 award recipient Gerald Morosco. 34 WINTER 2012 MAGAZINE W&J, she scored 61 career goals with 35 assists for a total of 157 points. For more on Bednarski, turn to page 19. Chad Jampedro was featured as National Mortgage Professional magazine's "Person of the Month." He is the managing vice president of GSF Mortgage Corp. Rachel Lozosky Friedmann of Peacock Keller in Washington, Pa., educated local high school students through her position as president of the Washington County chapter of Zonta International. She led a program presented by the Washington County Bar Association titled, "Turning 18: Legal Issues in the Real World." For more on Friedmann, turn to page 14. Amanda Wargo graduated from the University of Baltimore School of Law and accepted a position clerking for the Montgomery County District Court Judges in Rockville, Md. PRESIDENT SPOTTING A group of W&J alumni from the '90s enjoyed a mini-reunion in July at the Ragner Relay Northwest Passage. Connected through Facebook, team "Blister in the Sun" included Kraig Shaulis '90, Dawn Traverso '92, Kelly Kimberland '91, Sean McLaughlin '91 and Elaine Brown Rayski '93. The team ran 187 miles during a two-day period; starting near the border of Canada and ending at Whidbey Island, Wash. "We picked up right where we left off over 20 years ago," Kimberland said. "We laughed and reminisced about our W&J days together. It goes without saying that W&J gave us friendships that have lasted a lifetime." Shaulis added, "I think it speaks to the fact that W&J is about so much more than a classroom education." 2002 Joshua Jeffries earned his master's degree in business administration from the Smith School of Business at The University of Maryland. Gina Marchando, Ph.D., received her doctorate in marriage and family therapy from Nova Southeastern University in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. She created the first online systemic program for non-traumatized, non-abused partners of childhood trauma and abuse survivors. In 2008, she founded her private practice, The Center for Cre8tive Consciousness, in Dania Beach, Fla. Capt. Christopher Steighner earned his master's degree in business administration from Wake Forest University and accepted a position as a manager with Wipro Consulting Services in New York City. He also has been temporarily recalled to active duty for the U.S. Army Reserve and has been posted as a senior instructor at the NATO Counterinsurgency Training Center in Kabul, Afghanistan, for one year. Gina Bernardo, Ph.D., defended her doctoral dissertation titled, "Discerning the role of FOXA1 in mammary gland development and breast cancer." She is a postdoctoral scholar in the department of pharmacology at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland. Kristin Ondecko Ligda is a clinical instructor of anesthesiology at UPMC Mercy Hospital after graduating from anesthesiology residency at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. Elected to the board of directors for the Pennsylvania Society of Anesthesiology, she will serve on the Pennsylvania Medical Society's Leadership Cabinet. For more on Ligda, turn to page 23. Jessica Sweitzer is an assistant director of housing and residence life at La Roche College in Pittsburgh. 2006 Christopher Thomas Edwards, M.D., received his medical degree from the Penn State Milton S. Hershey College of Medicine. While there, he was active in the Orthopaedic Interest Group and created the orthopaedic department's first quarterly newsletter. A member of Alpha Omega Alpha, he was honored with the Edwards P. Schwentker Outstanding Orthopaedic Student Scholarship. He is pursuing a residency in orthopaedic surgery at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. Lakia Gordon wrote a book titled, "The Truth About Ugly Women: I Want Beauty Within." She is an entrepreneur, educator and advocate for individuals with disabilities. As an educational specialist, she has taught at Hampton University and collaborated with local government groups, churches and schools to present workshops and seminars on building self-esteem. 2003 Andre J. Barnabei received the Human Resource Leadership Award from Pittsburgh Business Times. The vice president of human resources at Rivers Casino in Pittsburgh, he previously worked at Mountaineer Gaming and Harrah's Hotel and Casino in Chester, W.Va. 2004 Joshua C. Andy, Ph.D., defended his doctoral dissertation titled, "Politics and the Soviet Army: Civil-Military Relations in the Khrushchev Era, 1953�1964." He was awarded his doctorate degree from the Centre for Russian and East European Studies at the University of Birmingham, U.K. 2007 Steve Berk is the organization director for the Ohio Farm Bureau Federation in Clinton, Fayette, Greene and Warren counties. In this role, Berk acts as a liaison between the county and state bureaus and will assist in the implementation of programs to strengthen the organization and enhance its member services. Previously, he served two years in Paraguay as an agricultural extensionist for the U.S. Peace Corps. David Ryan Bunting is in his third year of teaching fifth grade at Washington Park Elementary School in Washington, Pa. He also is an adjunct professor in the education department at W&J. '03 Andre J. Barnabei, a casino executive, was honored as a top human resources leader in the Pittsburgh region. 2005 Sean Biancaniello is a math teacher at Chartiers Valley Middle School and High School. Prior, he taught middle school math in the Duquesne City and Penn Hills School Districts. Cassandra Nicastro is a medical director for a medical communications company in Hasbrouck Heights, N.J. WASHINGTON & JEFFERSON COLLEGE 35 W&J class notes Young director premieres film at Sundance Actor, writer and producer Hollis Zemany McLachlan '06 reached a career goal in January when her autobiographic film, "Pie Head: A Kinda' True Story," premiered at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival. "Pie Head" is a comedic look at McLachlan's explorations after her graduation from Washington & Jefferson College. Leaving her home in the suburbs of Pittsburgh, McLachlan traveled to Los Angeles in pursuit of an acting career and spent three years as a special education teacher at an inner-city public school. Reflecting on her teaching experience and her family's connection to autism, McLachlan saw the need for increased awareness about individuals with disabilities and special needs. "The majority of people in the world do not understand differences in disabilities," she said. "There's a lot to be learned." To be what she called "a true equal opportunity employer," McLachlan hired a diverse group of actors for the movie, including many with disabilities. "Acting isn't about having the physical requirements, but about delivering the best performance," she said in an interview with the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Returning to the place where her passion n for directing started, the former theater major filmed part of the movie at W&J. Candy DeBerry, Ph.D., associate professor sor of biology, remembers having McLachlan an in her freshman forum class. "She remains one of my very favorite students," DeBerry said. McLachlan hopes that many will be able to relate to her film's overall message, which she explains is about more than her experience as a teacher. "`Pie Head' is not just a story about a girl who moved to L.A.," she told the Post-Gazette. "It is about how you pick yourself up when things are looking bleak and how you can help yourself attain your goals." "Pie Head," a film directed by Hollis Zemany McLachlan, premiered at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival. Bethany Almquist Edwards received her medical degree from the Penn State Milton S. Hershey College of Medicine. While there, she was involved with organizations like LionCare, the student-run underserved clinic, and the Student Pediatric Society. She was honored with the Medical Student Research Thomas L. Leaman Awards. Edwards is pursuing a residency in family medicine at UPMC St. Margaret. Adrienne Cannella McBride earned a master's of science degree in education from Duquesne University in May. Valarie L. Orzechowski received her master's degree in educational psychology from Edinboro University in May. Brett Tunno, a doctoral student at University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health, won a student poster competition at the 2011 International Society of Environmental Epidemiology in Barcelona, Spain. His research poster was titled "Understanding Intra-Neighborhood Patterns in Particulate Air Pollution Using Mobile Motoring in Braddock, Pa." WEDDINGS 2001 Rachel Lozosky and John Friedmann '02 were married Sept. 20, 2008, at St. Michael Archangel Church in Fredericktown, Pa. A reception followed at the George Washington Hotel in Washington, Pa. The wedding party included matron of honor Lesley Yerkish Stofko '94; bridesmaids Lisa Leach Nicholson, Kathy Elchin and Emily McGuire Lozosky '04; groomsmen Jonathan Lozosky '05, Jordan Lozosky '07, Brandon Cooper and Jonathan Flickinger '05. The couple honeymooned in Negril, Jamaica. Residing in Bentleyville, Pa., Rachel is an attorney with Peacock Keller in Washington and John is assistant district attorney in Greene County. 2010 Emily Cerrone won the National Association of Campus Activities Outstanding Graduate Assistant Award for the Mid-Atlantic region in October. She is pursuing a master's of fine arts in creative writing at Chatham University. Walter Coury was named one of Pittsburgh's 50 Finest by the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. The individuals selected represent 50 of the city's most accomplished men and women who are committed to raising money for the Foundation. Together, the award recipients raised $247,000. A financial adviser at Merrill Lynch, Coury volunteered for the Make-A-Wish Foundation and Washington Women's Shelter as a student at W&J. 2008 Abby Louise Davis received her master's degree in reading from Edinboro University in May. 2009 Andrew C. Heisler is a graduate of the U.S. Navy Officer Candidate School and the U.S. Navy Supply Corps School. He is stationed in Norfolk, Va., as a supply officer. '10 Walter Coury was named one of Pittsburgh's 50 Finest by the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. Matthew M. Seefeld is awaiting a training class to begin a position with the U.S. government. 2002 Jason Sedlemeyer and Ashlee M. Pompa '04 were married Oct. 4, 2007, on the beach in Riviera Maya, Mexico. Members of the wedding party and those in attendance included Joseph 36 WINTER 2012 MAGAZINE Concannon, Angela Sedlemeyer Lusk '00, Matthew Lusk '00, Christina Beam Morascyzk '03, Joseph Morascyzk '01, Jarod Stragand and Jeremy Stragand. The couple resides in the North Hills of Pittsburgh. 2003 Lindsey Bennett and Matthew Daniello were married Aug. 20, 2011, in Ocean City, N.J. Becky Lukach and Marcus Macino were married July 2, 2011, at St. John the Evangelist Roman Catholic Church in Uniontown, Pa. The wedding party included alumni Jennifer Long, Michael Lukach '07 and Melissa Morhack Nicula. The couple honeymooned in Rivera Maya, Mexico, and they reside in Canonsburg, Pa. reception followed at the Radisson in Greentree. The bridal party included matron of honor Lisa Teitelbaum Carr; maid of honor Katy Tanski; bridesmaids Jacqueline Bytnar '10 and Ellen Anderson '08; best man Warren Stowe; and groomsmen Jon "J.D." Bonfield, Ryan Callahan and Brian Witkovitz. The couple honeymooned in St. John, USVI. Mary Rae Walton and Derek Rocco were married June 11, 2011, at St. Benedict in Greensburg, Pa. Cori Bloom '05 was a member of the bridal party. Alumni in attendance included Christine Briski Chilcott, Chris Hickey, Travis Hawes and Michelle Orndoff '06. Ed Cochran and Donna Gruhalla of the protection services office also attended. lbs. and 3 oz. Three months later, our `moose' is nearing 16 lbs. He clearly inherited the `great appetite' gene from both parents." 1997 Ron Bodnar and his wife, Kristy, announce the birth of their second son, Mason, born July 5, 2011. He was welcomed by big brother Carson (2). Drew Chelosky and his wife, Erin, announce the birth of their daughter, Molly Rae, born Sept. 2, 2011. She was welcomed by big sister Caroline. 1998 Christine Buono Harrison announces the birth of her daughter, Avery Hope, born Aug. 21, 2011. 2006 Bethany Henry and Sameer Adhikari were married Jan. 14, 2011, in Carlisle, Pa. Bethany received her master's degree from Temple University in May 2010. She is a family service coordinator for the Alzheimer's Association in Harrisburg, Pa. 2008 Lauren Collins married Ryan Sloan Sept. 25, 2010. Alumni in attendance included maid of honor Lindsay Shook and Mike Navari '11. 2000 Michelle Novak Couture and Christopher Couture '04 welcomed their fourth child, Christopher Samuel, born April 24, 2010. Christopher joins siblings Olivia, Mia Bella and Ava. Chris works in the engineering department at FedEx and Michelle is enjoying her life as a mom. She writes, "We just bought a 21-acre horse farm in Washington, Pa., and are looking forward to raising our children there." Kelly Marie Dzumela George and her husband, Michael, announce the birth of their second daughter, Ella Caroline, born June 29, 2011. She joins big sister Madeline Marie (4). Autum Foster Kissinger and John Kissinger '02 welcomed daughter, Graysen Elise, born October 29, 2010. 2009 Jessica Cooper and James Miller were married May 29, 2011, at Lingrow Farm in Leechburg, Pa. The couple met while Jessica was studying abroad at St. Mary's University College in England. James then spent the 2008�09 school year studying at W&J. Members of the bridal party included Adam Ivusich '12 and Sean Jericho '12. The couple honeymooned in St. Thomas, USVI, and resides in St. Michael, Pa. 2007 Samantha Abbott and Tyler Raspat '08 were married June 25, 2011, at St. Therese of Lisieux Church in Munhall, Pa. A reception followed at Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hall & Museum in Pittsburgh. The wedding party included alumni Bryce Kiser '08, Chrissy Fox and Steve Woltman '08. The couple resides in Pittsburgh. Adrienne Cannella and James McBride were married May, 22, 2010, at Saint Paul Cathedral in Oakland, Pa. The bridal party included brother of the bride Alan Cannella '09, maid of honor Trudie Homonai '08 and Brittany Basilone. Danielle M. King and John Patrick Astfalk III were married Oct. 9, 2010, at St. Barbara Roman Catholic Church in Bridgeville, Pa. A NEW ADDITIONS 1994 Tina Tuminella and her husband, David DeLong, announce the birth of their son, Theodore Roger, born Sept. 7, 2011. Tina writes, "He weighed 8 2001 Kristen Yukish Lewis and her husband, Jeff, announce the birth of their second son, Jonah Bradley, born Aug. 26, 2010. He joins big brother Hayden Michael (3). WASHINGTON & JEFFERSON COLLEGE 37 W&J class notes Chester County, Brandywine and Paoli Hospitals. Dr. Bell helped found the American College of Nuclear Medicine (ACNM), and served as a past president. He authored 19 publications on neurosurgery and nuclear medicine and received numerous awards for his work, including the ACNM Gold Medal, the Four Chaplains Memorial Foundation's Legion of Honor, and the Harvey Cushing Society's Silver Stick Award. Jennifer Baumgartel Zangardi and her husband, Alfonso, welcomed twins, Lorenzo Joseph and Rita Marie, born Jan. 27, 2011. They join big brother Dominick (3). The twins are grandchildren of Ira Baumgartel '73. IN MEMORIAM H. Kenneth Gehr '42, Jeannette, Pa., died May 19, 2011, at the age of 90. He served in the U.S. Navy during WWII as a naval officer in the Amphibious Forces Pacific Area and attended Columbia University Midshipman School. After the service, he became an insurance and real estate broker and a partner with Shrader and Gehr. Mr. Gehr was president of numerous organizations, including the Jeannette Rotary Club, where he was a 50-year member and Paul Harris Fellow. He also served on the W&J advisory board. James W. Hepplewhite III '43, M.D., Urbandale, Iowa, died May 24, 2011, at the age of 89. Dedicated to helping others, Dr. Hepplewhite practiced medicine for most of his life in Des Moines, originally as an anesthesiologist at Iowa Methodist Medical Center. Later, he performed disability determinations for the Social Security Administration. Dr. Hepplewhite was a board member for the Iowa Radio Reading Information Service for the Blind and Print Handicapped. He also was a medical officer in the U.S. 82nd Airborne Infantry during the Korean Conflict. Paul P. Marinak '44, Camp Hill, Pa., died July 17, 2011, at the age of 90. He served in the U.S. Army Air Corps during WWII and later worked at Bethlehem Steel Corp., where he was employed for 37 years before retiring as an assistant superintendent of the control department. Revisiting his quarterback days with the W&J Presidents, Mr. Marinak was a high school football official for two decades and a member of the Capital Area Chapter of the PIAA Football Officials Hall of Fame Roll. William W. Stuart '44, East Palatka, Fla., died June 11, 2011, at the age of 88. He served in the U.S. Navy during WWII as a navigator on the ship Mizar, where he carried steaks and vegetables to the troops in the South Pacific. During his lifetime, Mr. Stuart held management positions with West Virginia Pulp and Paper in Charleston, S.C., Hudson Pulp and Paper in Palatka, Fla., and Ponderosa Paper Company in Flagstaff, Ariz. He also formed a plastics distributorship called FMS that he managed until he sold the company in 1987 and returned to Palatka. Robert Lloyd Bell '45, M.D., Coatesville, Pa., died August 17, 2011, at the age of 87. He was assigned to the U.S. Army Hospital in Munich, Germany, before joining the 361st Army Reserve General Hospital. Board certified in neurosurgery, he served as an associate professor at the State University of New York Downstate Medical Center in Brooklyn. He later became a neurosurgeon with the Department of Veterans Affairs in Wadsworth, Kan., and transferred to Coatesville, where he served with the U.S. Army Reserves until he retired as a colonel in 1974. Later, Dr. Bell opened a neurosurgery clinic in Chester County, Pa., where he served on the staffs of 2003 Cortney DiGiovanni Capo and her husband, Johnny, announce the birth of their first child, Liliana Elisabeth, born July 5, 2011. Jordan Genis and his wife, Melissa, announce the birth of their first daughter, Alyssa Jordan, born Feb. 11, 2011. Wendi Jackson Leas and her husband, Chris, announce the birth of their second child, Riley Lynn, born March 15, 2011. She is welcomed by big sister Reagan (4). '45 Neurosurgeon Robert Lloyd Bell helped found the American College of Nuclear Medicine. Theodore M. Slabey '45, Mansfield, Pa., died Sept. 22, 2011, at the age of 87. Commissioned as an ensign by the U.S. Navy, he commanded a landing ship tank in the Pacific during WWII. He also spent a year in Antarctica with the Seabees as part of Operation Deep Freeze, served as an executive officer on two destroyers, and was stationed at the Pentagon during the Bay of Pigs incident. Serving on active duty for more than 20 years, he retired in 1965 at the rank of lieutenant commander. After his military career, Mr. Slabey earned a master's of science from Lehigh University. He founded the computer science department at Washington College in Chestertown, Md., and founded degree programs in computer science and business administration at Mansfield University, where he taught until his retirement in 1988. 2004 Kari Sievers Broze and her husband, Ryan, announce the birth of their son, Rowan Thomas, born Aug. 2, 2011. Rowan joins big sister Madelyne (2). Emily McGuire Lozosky and her husband, Johnathan Lozosky '05, announce the birth of their first daughter, Eliza Annsley, born April 12, 2011. She is welcomed by uncles Jordan Lozosky '07 and John Lozosky '02 and aunt Rachel Lozosky Friedmann '01. '45 Theodore M. Slabey started computer science programs at Washington College and Mansfield University. Capt. Joseph H. Cheshure '46, Arden Ct., Pa., died June 21, 2011, at the age of 87. He enlisted in the U.S. Army Air Corps during WWII and later received his Navy Supply Corps commission, retiring from the U.S. Navy as a captain. After the military, Capt. Cheshure served as business manager, treasurer and dean of administration at Huntington College in Montgomery, Ala. In 1985, he was designated as a recruiting assistance program officer, becoming the first retired officer in the Navy to serve in this capacity. Capt. Cheshure was awarded the Navy Meritorious Public Service Award. Ralph A. Nicholas Jr. '46, Butler, Pa., died June 2, 2011, at the age of 86. He served in WWII as an 8th U.S. Air Force flying officer and flew 20 missions over Germany in a 4-engine B24 Liberator Bomber. Mr. Nicholas was awarded 2006 Ashley Savage Derr and her husband, Gabriel, announce the birth of their second daughter, Theresa Lin, born April 10, 2011. Theresa Lin joins big sister Amalie (2). Amanda Stanonik McGuinness and her husband, Scott, sports information director at W&J, welcomed their first son, Colman Scott, born July 1, 2011. 38 WINTER 2012 MAGAZINE the European Theater Medal and Air Medal with two oak leaf clusters for his service. After the war, he owned a brokerage company and served as president of the Butler County Board of Realtors. He also was the owner and president of Nicholas Enterprises, Inc., and Freeport Terminals for nearly four decades. He co-founded the Western Pennsylvania wing of the 8th Air Force Historical Society and was president of the society's Pennsylvania chapter. At W&J, he was a member of Phi Gamma Delta fraternity. Richard B. McCarty '48, York, Pa., died April 28, 2011, at the age of 91. He served as a U.S. Army medic in the Pacific Theatre during WWII and was awarded a Bronze Star for bravery and two Purple Hearts. Mr. McCarty worked as a district manager for Pfizer Laboratories and as a special agent for Northwestern Mutual Insurance Company after becoming certified as a chartered life underwriter. He later served as the director of alumni affairs at York College until his retirement. Mr. McCarty wrote an autobiography, "Just Betsy and Me," which chronicled his experiences during WWII. Donald MacEwen Brown '49, Upper St. Clair, Pa., died July 16, 2011, at the age of 85. Francis J. Mrukot '49, Washington, Pa., died Sept. 12, 2011, at the age of 87. He served in the U.S. Army during WWII in the 89th division of the 3rd Army under the supervision of Gen. Patton. His division was part of the very first liberation of any concentration camp by U.S. forces. He received the Good Conduct Medal, American Campaign Medal, European-AfricanMiddle Eastern Campaign Medal with two bronze stars, and the WWII Victory Medal for his service. After the military, he worked as a machinist for McGraw-Edison. Edward H. Roofner '49, Struthers, Ohio, died July 7, 2011, at the age of 85. He worked for the U.S. Department of Defense as the director of education services in Germany, where he was responsible for training the soldiers in their fields of expertise, helping them to earn college degrees. A WWII veteran who served with the 347th Infantry, Mr. Roofner was awarded the European Middle Eastern Theater Ribbon with one Bronze Battle Star. Thomas Edward Hanover '50, Venice, Fla., died July 20, 2011, at the age of 85. He worked at U.S. Steel Supply in Chicago where he retired in 1988 as a manager. Mr. Hanover was a WWII veteran. William R. Parkinson '50, California, Pa., died July 5, 2011, at the age of 83. He was a teacher and basketball and baseball coach at Monongahela High School and Wilkinsburg High School. He then served as assistant dean of men at California University of Pennsylvania until he retired in 1987. Mr. Parkinson also worked as a basketball and football official for high school, college and professional leagues for more than 60 years. Col. Maynard "Chuck" C. Warwick Jr. '50, Luling, La., died June 2, 2010, at the age of 82. He was retired from the U.S. Marine Corps and Naval Investigative Services. Chauncey Roger Headley '52, M.D., Washington, Pa., died Nov., 6, 2011, at the age of 80. He served in the U.S. Navy as a physician and later practiced medicine in Washington until his retirement in 1990. William E. Peoples '53, North Huntington, Pa., died Oct. 9, 2011, at the age of 82. He worked as a research chemist and environmental engineer for U.S. Steel. Mr. Peoples served in the U.S. Marine Corps during the Korean Conflict and was a worldwide traveler. Joseph Steele '54, Wheeling, W.Va., died June 2, 2011, at the age of 78. A U.S. Army veteran, he achieved the rank of major. He was the owner of Boyd Press in Wheeling for more than 40 years. Mr. Steele was involved in a number of organizations, including the Ohio Valley Rapid Transit Authority, where he was chairman, and the Train Collectors Association. At W&J, he was a member of Delta Tau Delta fraternity. Edward George Sloan Jr. '56, Ross Twp., Pa., died June 2, 2011, at the age of 76. He was employed as general manager for Minnock Construction and was instrumental in developing upscale residential areas. Mr. Sloan was a U.S. Army veteran. Benton S. Clark Jr. '57, Kennewick, Wash., died May 2, 2011, at the age of 75. He served as an interpreter in the U.S. Army. Mr. Clark was an attorney for 45 years, living in Colorado Springs, Colo., and Kirkland, Wash., before retiring in Kennewick in 2009. He enjoyed hiking, sailing and spending time in his garden. Robert Paul Czmiel '57, Washington, Pa., died Oct. 5, 2011, at the age of 78. He served in the U.S. Army during the Korean Conflict, traveling extensively throughout Korea and Japan where he taught baseball and the English language to the Japanese. After his discharge, Mr. Czmiel worked for Westinghouse Electric Corporation for 10 years and Fairmont Supply Co. for 30 years, where he became a vice president. Mr. Czmiel was inducted into the Western Pennsylvania Sports Hall of Fame for baseball. Washington, Boyce Middle School in Upper St. Clair and Washington High School, where he spent most of his career as an English teacher. Herbert G. Summerfield Jr. '62, Allison Park, Pa., died June 16, 2011, at the age of 71. He had a long career at PNC Bank. Raymond C. Forbes '63, D.M.D., Pleasant Hills, Pa., died May 13, 2011, at the age of 69. Serving as a lieutenant in the U.S. Navy, he performed dental work on Marines on a troop transport. Dr. Forbes was dedicated to his dentistry practice in Braddock Hills, Pleasant Hills and Carrick. He blended nutritional analysis, the study of whole-body chemistry, into his practice. At W&J, he was a member of Alpha Tau Omega fraternity. Steven H. Bowytz '64, Pleasant Hills, Pa., died Sept. 7, 2011, at the age of 68. He served in the Judge Advocate Division of the U.S. Marine Corps during the Vietnam War. Mr. Bowytz worked as an attorney in Pittsburgh. Amil N. Myshin '68, Boise, Idaho, died Aug. 6, 2011, at the age of 64. He was working as a senior trial attorney at the time of his retirement. Previously, Mr. Myshin was a director of litigation and training for Legal Aid Services and worked in private practice, joining the Ada County Public Defenders office in 1985. He was awarded the Nevin Professionalism Award from the Idaho Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers and was inducted into the American College of Trial Lawyers. An avid wildlife photographer, he enjoyed scuba diving, skiing and hiking. Emory A. Rittenhouse II '71, D.M.D., East Lansing, Mich., died Oct. 20, 2011, at the age of 62. Dr. Rittenhouse was a passionate physician who cared deeply about his patients. He practiced for more than 26 years in Lansing, where he opened his own family practice in 1975. David Allen Arnett '75, Pitcairn, Pa., died July 8, 2010, at the age of 56. Melanie Diane Mosorjak '82, Chalfont, Pa., died Oct. 17, 2011, at the age of 50. She worked for the Allegheny County Health Department. Ms. Mosorjak loved her many pets and was an advocate for animal rights and environmental preservation. Charles Begley '83, Claysville, Pa., died Nov. 13, 2011, at the age of 62. He owned and operated Begley Homes LLC. Mr. Begley retired in 1992 from the U.S. Army as a master sergeant following a 20-year career. He also was the president of the Washington County Builders Association, and a member of the Washington Rotary Club, the State Board of Pennsylvania Builders Association and the Harley Owners Group of Washington. He leaves behind a wife, Gail Unangst Begley '89, and four children, including alumni Shay Begley Jacobson '04 and Stephanie Begley Restelli '07. '57 Robert Czmiel was inducted into the Western Pennsylvania Sports Hall of Fame for baseball. Dennis C. Eklund '60, Washington, Pa., died May 5, 2011, at the age of 72. He was a member of the U.S. Air Force Reserve, achieving the rank of staff sergeant. A life-long teacher, Mr. Eklund taught at the Eighth Ward School in WASHINGTON & JEFFERSON COLLEGE 39 W&J class notes Edward E. Sweet Jr., Ph.D. (1931-2011): Educator, Adventurer and Learner A nature lover, frequent world traveler and avid gatherer of knowledge, Edward E. Sweet Jr., Ph.D., contributed much to Washington & Jefferson College during his time as a professor and department chairman. Dr. Sweet, who passed away July 7, 2011, at the age of 80, was a professor of biology and genetics at W&J for 28 years until his retirement in 1994. He also chaired the biology department for the majority of his time as a professor. Soft-spoken, but also demanding, Dr. Sweet pushed his students to focus on learning rather than grades. "He kept the standards high," Alice Lee, Ph.D., chair of the biology department at W&J, said. "He seemed to really understand the students and was very calm and assured. He put a lot of time into advising his students." Though he was an educator, he never stopped learning. He preferred listening to talking, but he continually impressed others with his knowledge of local wildlife and history. "It was like having an encyclopedia with you all the time," Jim Seder, a friend who traveled with Dr. Sweet abroad, said. In addition to his own travels, Dr. Sweet took students abroad to study during Intersession. He taught a course titled, "Man, Nature and Technology," which met in St. John, Virgin Islands. While on the trip, students lived in tents, did their own cooking and went without most amenities of home. "To really study `Man, Nature and Technology,' you want to get away from modern technology," Dr. Sweet said. "By getting closer to nature, students can see the effects of the absence of technology." Edward Sweet Jr. served W&J for 28 years as a professor and chairman of biology. Dr. Sweet, who worked part-time as a pharmacist while teaching, held a master's in genetics and biology and a doctorate in zoology from the University of Pittsburgh. Alan Wells Blacka Jr. '83, Canonsburg, Pa., died Oct. 10, 2011, at the age of 50. He was employed at 84 Lumber Co. as a sales associate. Daniel P. Buchan '86, Colonie, N.Y., died Aug. 19, 2010, at the age of 46. He was employed with Covanta Secure Services. Mr. Buchan was a proud member and lieutenant of the West Albany Volunteer Fire Department #1. While at W&J, he was a member of Alpha Tau Omega fraternity. Douglas J. Chernovetz '92, Lowell, Mass., died Aug. 7, 2011, at the age of 42. He was a dedicated teacher for more than 20 years, most recently teaching at Wilmington Middle School. Previously, he taught at Canterbury School in New Milford, Conn. Mr. Chernovetz also was a football and lacrosse coach. Michael Virgin '04, Jefferson Hills, Pa., died July 5, 2011, at the age of 29. He was a life-long member of the Pleasant Hills Community Presbyterian Church. Mr. Virgin also was an outstanding athlete and avid fly fisherman. Ethan A. Goble '06, Honolulu, Hawaii, died Sept. 22, 2011, at the age of 28. In 2010, he began working as an intelligence analyst for the Defense Intelligence Agency in Honolulu, Hawaii. Previously, Mr. Goble worked as a cyber analyst for Target Corporation at the National Cyber-Forensics & Training Alliance in Pittsburgh, Pa. FRIENDS William M. Duvall, Ormond Beach, Fla., died April 23, 2011, at the age of 74. He was a graduate of the University of Pittsburgh School of Pharmacy and worked as a pharmacist for more than 50 years. Mr. Duvall attended W&J and was a member of Lambda Chi Alpha. Francis T. Ford, Pittsburgh, Pa., died Aug. 29, 2011, at the age of 67. He was a certified public accountant with Prudential Real Estate for 37 years. He attended W&J prior to enlisting in the U.S. Army Special Forces. Patrice Ann Marie Hibard, North Canaan, N.Y., died Aug. 22, 2011, at the age of 53. She attended W&J. Burton L. Hirsch, Squirrel Hill, Pa., died June 13, 2011, at the age of 92. He attended W&J prior to attending the Pittsburgh Institute of Mortuary Science. Mr. Hirsch was the owner of a funeral home for decades. He also was a WWII veteran, rising to the rank of lieutenant in the Medical Administration Corps. A. Kendall Johnson, Washington, Pa., died Oct. 3, 2011, at the age of 94. A tool and mould maker, Mr. Johnson worked at Hazel Atlas, Continental Can and Brockway Glass 45 years. He attended W&J. Walter H. Klein, Ph.D., Pittsburgh, Pa., died Aug. 28, 2011, at the age of 89. He was a professor emeritus of strategic management at Boston College. Dr. Klein also taught at St. Francis College, Villanova University and Boston College. He attended W&J and served in the U.S. Marine Corps during WWII. Richard A. "Doc" Leydig, M.D., Hopewell Twp., Pa., died Oct. 10, 2011, at the age of 83. He was a family practice physician who delivered numerous babies in the Lower Burrell area during his 45-year career. A U.S. Army veteran, he was the father of Thomas Leydig '80. Frank R. Mascara, Charleroi, Pa., died July 10, 2011, at the age of 81. He was awarded an honorary doctor of laws degree from W&J. He retired from Congress in 2003, where he was a member of the House Transportation Committee, House Committee on Government Reform and House Banking Committee. John A. Verderber, Washington, Pa., died May 22, 2011, at the age of 81. A devoted salesman, he was the owner of Medical Electronics Associates. He also was a veteran of the U.S. Navy. Mr. Verderber attended W&J. Leslie E. Zimmerman, Washington, Pa., died Aug. 14, 2011, at the age of 85. He attended W&J, but took over his mother's company, Goodwill Products, after her passing. Mr. Zimmerman later owned The Zimmerman Gallery. He was a WWII veteran, receiving the American Campaign Medal, Asiatic-Pacific Campaign Medal and the WWII Victory Medal. He was very dedicated to wildlife preservation and nature. 40 WINTER 2012 MAGAZINE 2010�2011 W&J honor roll of donors An IN V ES TM EN T Worth Making Dear Alumni and Friends: On behalf of the students, faculty and staff of Washington & Jefferson College, I am pleased to present to you the Hon or Roll of Donors for the 2010-201 1 fiscal year. The following pages tell a moving story of the generosity, loyalty and commitment of the 3,422 donors who opened their hear ts and extended their hands in so many special ways during the past year. The extraordi nary response from our donors has profoundly affected the teaching and learning environm ent at our College, giving us need ed resources to enhance facilities like the Dieter-P orter Life Sciences Building and support educational and research prog rams, including the Magellan Project, Mock Tria l Invitational, and Combat Stress Intervention Prog ram. I am pleased to tell you that the 2010 -2011 fiscal year was an unqualifie d success thanks to donors like you, who understan d that our needs renew ever y year . Your gift, ever y year, changes lives--and for that, we are grateful. "The extraordinary y response from our donors has profoundly affected the teaching and learning environment at our College." Our students are very much aware of the connection between education al funding and private contributions. Each year, W&J celebrates Tuition Freedom Day as a way to thank our donors and educate students how philanthropy directly impacts their college careers. Many students and their families do not realize that tuition only cove rs about 68 percent of the cost of a W&J education--gi fts from our loyal donors make up the difference. This past year, more than 95 percent of W& J students received financial assis tance and many more enjoyed facilities and prog rams mad e possible by your gifts. It is clear that our College is made stronger and better because of your support. Whether you are a graduate or frien d of the College, thank you for bein g an important part of this circle of giving. Thro ugh your generosity, you not only are making educational opportunities accessible to our stud ents, but you also are setting an impo rtant example with your philanthropic gifts. Again, thank you for your generous War m regards, Wa g s, support. Michael Grzesiak Vice President for Development & Alum ni Relations WASHINGTON & JEFFERSON COLLEGE 41 41 Donor Recognition Societies Founders Association ................................................$25,000+ Lazear Association ........................................ $10,000-$24,999 LeMoyne Association ........................................ $5,000-$9,999 McGuffey Association ....................................... $3,000-$4,999 1781 Association ............................................... $1,781-$2,999 Presidents Association ....................................... $1,000-$1,780 Jefferson Association .............................................. $500-$999 Washington Association .......................................... $250-$499 Statesman Association ............................................ $100-$249 Donors listed at the Presidents Association level and higher are included in the John McMillan Society. This report contains the names of all donors who made gifts to Washington & Jefferson College during the fiscal year, July 1, 2010, through June 30, 2011. *Denotes a donor who is deceased. Total Giving Report BY DESIGNATION W&J Fund $1,454,445 Endowment $8,331,141 Capital $5,088,815 Other $3,310,235 Total: $18,184,636 Board of Trustees 2010-2011 OFFICERS Kenneth R. Melani, M.D. '75 Chairman Tori Haring-Smith, Ph.D. President Barbara R. DeWitt '74 First Vice Chair Richard T. Clark '68 Vice Chair B. John Pendleton Jr., Esq. '81 Vice Chair William M. Stout '64 Vice Chair James J. Barnes, Esq. Secretary Charles F. Marcy '72 Treasurer TRUSTEES Jerrell L. Angell '66 John W. Bean '65 Robert M. Beavers, Jr. '65 James W. Cameron '80 Gary L. Churgin '75 Jonathan M. Conrad '73 Patrick A. Correnty, M.D. '87 Samuel J. Davis, Esq. '72 McClellan A. DuBois '70 Lyn M. Dyster, Ph.D. '80 Lauren M. Farrell '83 Walter Flamenbaum, M.D. '62 John E. Frazier II, M.D. '62 Keith T. Ghezzi, M.D. '77 James F. Gismondi '72 Gretchen B. Gockley '77 Melissa A. Hart, Esq. '84 Coleman Hughley '71 Elizabeth Hurwitz-Schwab '74 Thomas J. Leydig '80 William N. Macartney III '64 James J. McCaffrey Charles T. Nason '68 Albert G. Nickel '65 Chong S. Park, M.D. '83 William S. Platt '87 A. Michael Pratt, Esq. '81 Diana L. Reed, Esq. David A. Ross '78 Louise K. Ross '74 David A. Steinberg '91 LeAnne Trachok '87 Craig A. Varga, Esq. '76 TRUSTEES EMERITI Edwina W. Cameron Walter Cooper, Ph.D. '50 John R. Echement Robert M. Elliott '49 Richard Y. Haddad Joseph A. Hardy, Sr. James H. Knepshield, M.D. '59 J. Robert Maxwell, Esq. '43 John L.S. Northrop H. Thomas Patton '50 Ronald V. Pellegrini, M.D. '59 James L. Phillips, M.D. '54 Anica D. Rawnsley E. Ronald Salvitti, M.D. '59 Ronald P. Sandmeyer, Sr. '57 Dorothy A. Servis, Esq. Robert B. Shust '59 F. Leo Wright, Esq. '52 42 2010 � 2011 HONOR ROLL OF DONORS John McMillan Society Each member of the John McMillan Society contributes $1,000 or more to the College during the fiscal year. Contributions received from members of the Society enhance the lives of students and faculty and set W&J apart as an outstanding institution. John S. Reed '60 and Cynthia Reed David A. Ross '78 and Dana Crummer Paul D. Schurgot Foundation, Inc. John A. Swanson and Janet Swanson Swanson Charitable Gift Fund John M. Swick '47 David J. White '77 William Hal Davis Fund Zimmerman Trust Ruth A. Rowley E. Ronald Salvitti '59 and Constance Salvitti* Salvitti Family Foundation Paul Scoles '72 Thomas A. Shoup '75 and Ellen Barker Ray G. Simms Jr. '58 and Karel Simms James F. Slabe '62 and Elaine Slabe Solar Power Industries Stanford and Barbara Trachtenberg Donor Advised Fund Stanley & Kathleen Grumbacher Fund David A. Steinberg '91 and Kristin Steinberg William M. Stout '64 and Saundra Stout Stanford B. Trachtenberg '60 and Barbara Trachtenberg United States Steel Foundation, Inc. Craig A. Varga '76 and Noelle Brennan Sheldon A. Weinstein '59 and Joanie I. Weinstein Leonard Wurzel '39 and Elaine Wurzel John E. Frazier II '62 and Nicole Frazier Joseph G. Gibson '86 and Elizabeth Gibson Joseph H. Gigler '77 and Carol S. Gigler Tori Haring-Smith and Robert H. Haring-Smith William M. Hemphill '68 and Elaine Hemphill William P. Keen and Sarah Keen James H. Knepshield '59 and Barbara Knepshield Charles F. Marcy '72 and Cindy Marcy Marcy Family Foundation Barron P. McCune Jr. and Ann McCune Rachel McCarrell McCune '75 and James H. McCune Mary Jane Miller '88 and Eric Hollowaty Albert G. Nickel '65 and Dana C. Nickel The Nickel Foundation M. David Odle '59 and Stephanie Odle Samuel J. Paisley '72 and Jessica Paisley James D. Pareso '66 and Kay Pareso Chong S. Park '83 and Lisa Park Randall S. Raner '89 Evalyn Rogers Charles M. Rosenberg '65 and Gayle Rosenberg Stephen M. Ross '74 John D. Simon '78 and Anne C. Simon LeAnne Trachok '87 Allen F. Turcke '49 Holly Beall Wallace WJPA Radio Station Wylie Wallace Fults Foundation FOUNDERS ASSOCIATES Anonymous (2) Robert M. Beavers Jr. '65 and Jo Beavers Violet Bica-Ross Richard T. Clark '68 and Angela Clark Claude Worthington Benedum Foundation CONSOL Energy Inc. Patrick A. Correnty '87 William H. Davis '81 Eden Hall Foundation Estate of Guy Woodward '40 Estate of Helen Tucker Estate of Hugh Taylor Estate of Walter Stuart '50 Walter Flamenbaum '62 and Judith S. Flamenbaum Flamenbaum Family Fund Joseph A. Hardy Sr. H'84 and Rebecca Hardy The Hearst Foundation Howard Heinz Endowment Howard Hughes Medical Institute John S. & Cynthia Reed Foundation Scott H. Leaf '76 David C. Leslie '65 and Nan S. Leslie Massey Charitable Trust J. Robert Maxwell '43 Richard King Mellon Foundation Merck Institute for Science Education PA DCED Keystone Innovation Starter Kit Grant Ronald V. Pellegrini '59 and Donna Lucas Pellegrini B. John Pendleton Jr. '81 and Mary Ann Butera Pendleton '80 Thomas M. Priselac '73 and Jody Priselac Anica D. Rawnsley H'03 LAZEAR ASSOCIATES Roger T. Abelson '57 and Camille Abelson Richard Cameron and Edwina W. Cameron H'00 Gary L. Churgin '75 and Amy Churgin Jonathan M. Conrad '73 and Mary B. Conrad James R. Durig '58 and Marlene Durig Eat'n Park Hospitality Group, Inc. Charles P. Eaton '64 and Judy Eaton Keith T. Ghezzi '77 and Lisa Ghezzi Kristin and David Steinberg Foundation James E. Leckie '75 and Sheryl Leckie William N. Macartney III '64 and Linda Macartney Margaret A. Cargill Foundation Lee R. Marshall '48 and Marjorie Marshall Albert S. McGhee '53 and Elizabeth McGhee Charles T. Nason '68 and Beth Nason William S. Platt '87 and Courtney M. Platt PPG Industries, Inc. E. Miles Prentice III '64 and Katharine Prentice Charles J. Queenan Jr. and Joann H. Queenan R. G. Johnson Company Diana L. Reed Peter J. Ross '74 and Louise Kirkpatrick Ross '74 Rossin Foundation/ Rosetree, Inc. Daniel Rowley and Judith Rowley LEMOYNE ASSOCIATES Jerrell L. Angell '66 and Shirin Angell Alvan Balent Sr. '53 and Linda Balent Learned T. Bulman '48 Charles E. Hughes Memorial Foundation The Chevron Community Fund of the Community Foundation of Fayette County, PA William Cohen '52 Donald S. Dazen '79 and Karolyn N. Dazen Barbara Koach DeWitt '74 and Mark DeWitt D. Raymond Douglass Jr. '45 and Beverly Douglass McClellan A. DuBois '70 and Lynn DuBois Lyn Celenza Dyster '80 and John G. Dyster Estate of Alex Jerome '63 Estate of Robert Bryan '44 The Forsythe Foundation through PNC Advisors Charitable Trust MCGUFFEY ASSOCIATES Ronald C. Agresta '61 John L. Bord '73 and Jeanie Bord Bord and Bord Lawyers Karyn M. Brooks '95 Robert J. Brooks and Susan Brooks Robert J. Brooks Jr. '92 and Shelli DeCarlo Brooks '94 Brooks Family Foundation Cindy L. Burchell '82 John Curtis Burns '80 WASHINGTON & JEFFERSON COLLEGE 43 Pamela L. Burns Zeno N. Chicarilli '71 Marvin L. Diehl '54 and Millie Diehl John R. Echement H '98 and Gertrude J. Echement John O. Hanna Jr. '55 and Carol Hanna Walter B. Massenburg '70 and Carolyn Flanagan M. Patrick McCormick '62 and Judy M. McCormick Andrew G. McIlvaine '70 and Julie McIlvaine Joseph H. Menendez '72 and Lucia P. Menendez Mile High United Way Morgan Stanley Smith Barney Charles A. Parlato '70 and Carolyn S. Parlato James L. Phillips '54 and Barbara Phillips A. Michael Pratt '81 Lisa A. Rehak '84 A. William Samson '37* and Helen V. Samson Miles H. Simon '71 and Karen Simon Kevin Smith and Terri Smith Bernard W. Stanek Jr. '88 and Susan Stanek Peter F. Stracci '74 and Sharon Stracci Dennis M. Betz '67 and Pamela Betz David J. Beveridge '82 and Diane Beveridge Russell H. Briggs '58 Thomas R. Carter '50 and Jean Carter Caterpillar Foundation Robert M. Cherry '68 and Judith Cherry Susan A. Cohen '84 Walter Cooper '50 Richard B. Crosbie '65 and Sandra Crosbie Doug and Betsey Schwab Family Foundation William T. Dymond Jr. '82 and Jennifer D. Dymond Ernst & Young Foundation Estate of John Yanason '44 Ralph G. Fennell '60 and Star Fennell Norman L. Fine '65 and Cheryl Fine Roger S. Goodell '81 and Jane Goodell Robert M. Gordon Jr. '52 and Shirley Gordon Clifford E. Hellberg '79 and Kathryn Hellberg M. Carl Herron '53 and Elaine Herron Coleman Hughley '71 and Danna Hughley Elizabeth Hurwitz-Schwab '74 and Douglas Schwab Ideal Foundation James P. McArdle Fund of The Pittsburgh Foundation Mark R. Koch '71 and Cynthia Koch Robert P. Krass '59 and Patricia Krass Victor Lazzaro Jr. '67 and Nanine Odell Rebecca Keen Longsworth '87 and Paul Longsworth Eric C. Lundgren '81 and Lauren Pratt Lundgren '82 Kenneth M. Mason Jr. '64 and Marilyn Roberts James J. McCaffrey and Terry A. McCaffrey Dennis E. McMaster and Chris McMaster Willis A. McVay '84 and Erna McVay Kenneth R. Melani '75 and Tracy Melani The Michael & Teryl Nettleton Charitable Fund of the Dallas Foundation 1781 ASSOCIATES Andrew Aloe '76 and Michelle DeFrancesco Aloe '76 Robert E. Arnold '69 and Lisa L. Arnold James W. Baird '64 Lillian Bassi John W. Bean '65 and A. Alexandra Jupin "A magnet for bright, young minds" W&J AWARDED STATE GRANT TO RENOVATE DIETER-PORTER Pennsylvania State Sen. Tim Solobay joined State Reps. Brandon Neuman and Jesse White '00 (pictured left) at Washington & Jefferson College in September to announce that the College will receive $1 million toward renovations of the Dieter-Porter Life Sciences Building. Funded through the state's Redevelopment Capital Assistance Program, the money will help W&J modernize classrooms and research labs in the facility, which houses the departments of biology and psychology. Former Sen. J. Barry Stout '64, (pictured second from right) who also participated in the announcement, said the College has long helped to attract top-notch students to the southwestern Pennsylvania region. "Over the years, W&J has been a magnet for bright, young minds that stay in the region and contribute to the community," Stout said. In accepting the grant, President Tori Haring-Smith, Ph.D., expressed her appreciation for the state's support of W&J's science programs. "With our newly renovated building, we'll be able to continue to educate doctors who serve the region, conduct groundbreaking research that attracts public and private funding, and expand our community outreach in science education," she said. Mosites Construction Company John F. Naughton '63 Michael D. Nettleton '75 and Terry Nettleton Alton E. Newell and Elsie Eagle North Star Mortgage Company John A. Olsen '60 and Kaylee Beal Procter & Gamble Company William E. Reisinger '63 and Gail B. Reisinger Judith S. Rettger Samuel D. Riccitelli '81 and Melinda Elish Riccitelli '81 John W. & Shirley E. Richman Foundation Stanley E. Rockman '61 and Brenda Pedersen-Rockman Ronald P. Sandmeyer Sr. '57 and Elaine H. Sandmeyer 44 2010 � 2011 HONOR ROLL OF DONORS Robert B. Shust '59 and Judith Shust Siemens Westinghouse Power Theodore M. Slabey '45* and Mary R. Slabey Ronald D. Snee '63 and Marjorie C. Snee Arthur A. Sohn '55 and Barbara Sohn Luke Sossi and Jessica Sossi Harry A. Sporidis '91 and Christy Sporidis Frank J. Suatoni Jr. '60 and Elizabeth Suatoni Roslyn Thompson Towler Thomas J. Tredici '49 Andres Uribe '55 Jeffrey H. Van Hyning '68 and Mary Van Hyning Liese Kasparek Vito '87 and Kenneth Vito Audrey L. Walther Butler H. Waugh '55 and Joanne M. Waugh Alan R. Weill '59 and Nancy Y. Weill David L. White '76 and Jackie Jones Youth Service America/ Sodexo Foundation George W. Zannos '64 and Marilyn Serlin Joseph P. Bishop '39 Blake Properties Charles H. Booth Jr. '41 and Gertrude Booth Harriet Branton Suzy and James Broadhurst Howard J. Burnett H'98 and Maryann DePalma Burnett Herbert E. Cable '54 and Shirley Cable Ronald Calhoon and Susie Calhoon Robert B. Campbell '58 Nicholas J. Cavoti and Teresa Cavoti Charleroi Federal Savings Bank William A. Coch '70 and Karla Coch C. Richard Coen '52 ComDoc Friedrich R. Crupe '59 and Christiane Crupe Dwight C. Dachnowicz '94 and Tara Dachnowicz Samuel J. Davis '72 and Regina Davis David DiBenedetto Sr. and Corrine DiBenedetto Charles W. Dillie Jr. and Claire O'Neill Dillie Mark E. Dorogy '82 and Diane Tangalos Dorogy '83 Jerry A. Dorsch '63 and Susan Dorsch Drs. Todd and Diane Thompson Fund Curt P. Ellenberg '68 and Dolores F. Ellenberg Robert M. Elliott '49 and Eileen Cummins Elliott T. Roger Entress '58 Erie Community Foundation Terry L. Evans '70 and Sally Lysinger Evans John R. Ferraro '70 and Bonnie Ferraro Paul G. Finch and Marie A. Finch Ronald W. Frank and Marsha K. Frank Anthony J. Franty Jr. '59 Chauncey E. Frazier II '56 and Magdaline C. Frazier Thomas G. Frazier '64 and Alexandra V. A. Frazier J. Herbert Gaul Jr. '66 and Mary Etheridge Gaul James P. Geiger '47 and Gladys H. Geiger Henry Gelband '58 Mallard T. George '73 and Donna T. George Robert A. Glass III '76 and Patricia Glass James M. Gockley '77 and Gretchen Blaugher Gockley '77 Donna Haley Grier '80 and Steven C. Grier Michael P. Grzesiak and Karen E. Grzesiak Richard Y. Haddad H '00 and Susan Haddad Jerry I. Hadrych '89 and Donna Hadrych Charles W. Harris Jr. '69 and Jacqueline Harris Kenneth Haver and Judith Haver Barbara and Barry Hemphill Charitable Fund J. Barry Hemphill '64 and Barbara Hemphill Hottle & Associates, Inc. E. Patrick Howard Jr. '55 and Linda Howard Robert M. Howard '87 and Wendy Anderson Howard '87 Mark O. Hrutkay '81 Frederick M. Hyser '71 and Trixie L. Hyser Anthony C. Iantosca '63 and Theresa M. Iantosca George M. Inglis '59 and Sarah Jane Inglis C. Michael Irvin '78 and Paula Irvin Charles R. Jack '57 and Anna Louise Jack Joseph Jackovic and Dorothy Jackovic Thomas R. Jordan '49 and Emma Jordan Sitha Rama Katragadda and Sudha R. Katragadda Rick Kohr II and Holly Kohr Kohr & Associates Dennis A. Kovalsky '73 Charles J. Labelle '62 and Janice Labelle Joseph B. Leckie '50 and Betty Leckie Charles H. Lee '57 and Janet S. Lee David R. Leonard '66 and Lisa Leonard Donald G. Lightfoot '70 and Joan S. Lightfoot John G. Lovelace '68 John T. Lucas '82 and Eileen Lucas David Lynch and Dorothy Davis Glenn W. MacTaggart '73 and Karla MacTaggart Jennifer Thuransky Magee '90 and Milton E. Magee Jr. Richard W. Mains Jr. '64 and Brenda Mains Camille J. Maravalli '55 and Dorothy Maravalli Paul P. Marinak '44* Edward L. Martin '71 F. Amy Martin '71 Mary C. Martini '78 Norman S. Mass '61 and Adaya Mass Wilfred J. McAloon Jr. '57 and Dorothy McAloon Jeremy C. McCamic '49 and Jane C. McCamic Lee H. McCormick '55 and Barbara McCormick Byron P. McCrae John N. McElravey '54 and Mary Elizabeth McElravey James H. McMaster '60 and Judith McMaster James R. McNabb Jr. '57 and Marjorie McNabb Thomas E. McNabb '62 and Ann McNabb David B. McWilliams '65 and Nancy McWilliams Susan Medley Paul P. Medvedo Jr. '77 and Janet Medvedo David M. Mego '82 and Patricia Mego Milton and Jennifer Magee Charitable Fund Russell G. Mobley '56 and Nancy Mobley* Joseph P. Mock '59 Moon Township Honda-Hyundai Edward M. Morascyzk '75 and Elaine Morascyzk Donald M. Morgan '78 and Jody Morgan Arthur C. Morrissey '63 and Janet Hayes Sharon Cmar Murtha '83 Joseph V. Newman Sr. '64 and Elizabeth H. Newman James H. Norris '75 and Ann Annase John L. S. Northrop H'99 and Rose Northrop Kevin A. Ohlson '82 and Carolyn Davis Stephen D. Oliphant '55 and Judith Roscow PRESIDENTS ASSOCIATES Anonymous Janet S. Abernathy The Abernathy Fund for Conservation of the Washington County Community Foundation Jon S. Adler '61 and Carol Adler Pritam M. Advani '80 Aegon Transamerica Foundation Alcoa Foundation Donald Allison '41 Susan Webreck Alman '75 and Robert J. Alman Anheuser-Busch Companies, Inc. AT&T AYCO Charitable Foundation Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corporation Mitchell B. Bassi '85 and Florence Bassi Ira E. Baumgartel '73 and Michele Baumgartel Geoffrey W. Bennett '59 and Anne M. Bennett Daniel Bethem '66 and Mary Jo Bethem WASHINGTON & JEFFERSON COLLEGE 45 Karen Oosterhous Orange County's United Way Pfizer, Inc. Steven J. Pinelli '75 and Marianne Pinelli PNC Bank Foundation Joseph J. Pontoli Jr. '89 and Heather M. Pontoli Charles E. Powell Jr. '69 and Kathleen Powell Mark E. Previtt '80 William L. Proudfit '64 and Jean L. Proudfit Prudential Foundation Victor J. Raskin '66 and Carol Raskin Glenn C. Rice '78 and Cynthia Rice RMC Rental Enterprises, Inc. W. Robert Robertson '55 and Mary Jane Robertson K. Wayne Robison and Luann Robison Sylvia M. Roma '76 Seth Rosenberg and Janet Rosenberg Jonathan D. Rosenthal '61 and Sheila Rosenthal William Rosenthal '55 and Francine Rosenthal Carl R. Rotz and Martha Rotz Kathy A. Ruhl '82 and L. Greg West Franklin A. Rumore '63 and Deborah Preston Ira J. Schulman '74 and Beverly Werme Schulman '75 John Mark Scott Jr. '69 and Judith Scott Patrick D. Sculley '69 and Peggy Sculley Dorothy A. Servis H '94 Joel W. Shelkrot '59 and Bonnie Shelkrot Shell Oil Company Foundation Blynn L. Shideler '56 Howard F. Shivers Jr. '55 and Jean Shivers Robert H. Shoop Jr. '60 and Janet Shoop Michael S. Siegel '73 Robert A. Simonin '55 and Nellie Simonin Bernard R. Smedley '61 Donald J. Snyder Jr. '72 and Karen Foster Snyder Jeffrey Y. Solomon '72 and Sandra Rakestraw David L. Sommerville '64 and Diane Sommerville Samuel V. Spagnolo '61 and Dorcas Spagnolo Thomas H. Sprague '66 and Merle S. Sprague Tom Squitieri '75 Robert H. Stevenson '64 Jeffrey R. Sullivan '91 and Amanda Sullivan Gordon E. Swartz '68 and Deborah C. Doyle John E. Tate '77 and Jeri Tate Job Taylor III '64 and Sally Taylor Ted and Karen Martin Family Fund George V. Thieroff Jr. '82 and Lesa Moser Thieroff '84 Diane Sims Thompson '90 and Todd Thompson Stephen B. Tily III '60 and Janet Waltz Tily Tocqueville Society James P. Valecko '90 and Jennifer Valecko W. Karl Vannewkirk '63 and Luella Vannewkirk Ray Verlinich '77 and Martha L. Verlinich "A tremendous supporter of W&J students" SENIOR FOOTBALL PLAYER BENEFITS FROM DONOR'S GENEROSITY An enthusiastic advocate of Washington & Jefferson College, Violet Bica-Ross catches up with head football coach Mike Sirianni and Jimmy Thompson '12 (pictured right) during one of her frequent visits to campus. A member of the Presidents football team and business administration major from Mentor, Ohio, Thompson is a recipient of a scholarship established by Bica-Ross and her late husband, L. Clayton Ross '30. The permanent endowment provides financial aid every year to a student committed to pursuing a career in medicine or commercial enterprise. "For the fourth year in a row, Mrs. Bica-Ross' generous donation has helped further my education in business administration, for which I am deeply thankful," said Thompson. Also grateful to Bica-Ross is Sirianni, who added, "Violet has been a tremendous supporter of W&J students and our football program, and this is just another example of her generosity. Jimmy is a hard-working student-athlete and we are proud to have him as the recipient of this prestigious scholarship." Bica-Ross also enjoys spending time with the residents of Bica-Ross Hall, a suite-style dormitory for junior and senior students that she dedicated in her husband's memory. A member of the Old Main Society, Bica-Ross has included the College in her estate plans to help ensure W&J's future financial strength. Carla J. Vrsansky '82 Wabtec Corporation Peter F. Wagner '79 Robert G. Walker '69 Washington Area Teachers Federal Credit Union Kevin L. Welsh '85 Jeff Werthan and Susan Miller Werthan D. Lawrence Wickerham '72 and Mary Louise Wickerham Philip D. Williams Jr. '52 and Nancy Williams Bruce M. Wolf '70 and Sheryl Wolf F. Leo Wright '52 and Rosemary Wright Franklin H. Yoho '81 and Jan Yoho Jeffrey A. Yunkun '79 and Kimberly S. Yunkun 46 2010 � 2011 HONOR ROLL OF DONORS John McMillan Society Lifetime Benefactors who have given $100,000 or more throughout their lives are inducted as permanent, lifetime members of the John McMillan Society. Anonymous (2) Louise Allen* Lillian Bassi Robert M. Beavers, Jr. '65 and Jo Beavers Sanford F. Beyer, II '74 and Dorene M. Beyer Violet Bica-Ross Karyn M. Brooks '95 Robert J. Brooks and Susan Brooks Robert J. Brooks, Jr. '92 and Shelli DeCarlo Brooks '94 Learned T. Bulman '48 Howard J. Burnett H'98 and Maryann DePalma Burnett Katherine C. Butters* Donald R. Cameron and Sally Cameron James W. Cameron '80 and Nancy Morgan Cameron '81 Lynn Cameron '87 Richard Cameron and Edwina W. Cameron H'00 Richard T. Clark '68 and Angela Clark Marjory Condit Patrick A. Correnty '87 Scott D. Davenport '85 and Dianne Davenport Samuel J. Davis '72 and Regina Davis Louis V. DiBello '63 and Marie DiBello D. Raymond Douglass, Jr. '45 and Beverly Douglass James D. Douglass and Nancy Douglass McClellan A. DuBois '70 and Lynn DuBois Charles P. Eaton '64 and Judy Eaton Jean Eberly* John R. Echement H'98 and Gertrude J. Echement Robert M. Elliott '49 and Eileen Cummins Elliott Walter Flamenbaum '62 and Judith S. Flamenbaum John E. Frazier II '62 and Nicole Frazier Spencer M. Free '45 and Patricia L. Free Edith Sten Gillmor James F. Gismondi, Jr. '72 and Elizabeth Gismondi Joseph A. Hardy, Sr. H'84 and Rebecca Hardy H. King Hartman '59 and Carol Hartman Elizabeth Hurwitz-Schwab '74 and Douglas Schwab Samuel D. Isaly John S. Kern '64 and Marie Kern James H. Knepshield '59 and Barbara Knepshield Jennie Lau Scott H. Leaf '76 Joon Yong Lee David C. Leslie '65 and Nan S. Leslie Margaret Hardy Magerko and Peter Magerko Virginia R. Marino Marguerite Marshall* J. Robert Maxwell '43 Albert S. McGhee '53 and Elizabeth McGhee Kenneth R. Melani '75 and Tracy Melani Joseph P. Mock '59 and Barbara Mock* Charles T. Nason '68 and Beth Nason Ronald V. Pellegrini '59 and Donna Lucas Pellegrini B. John Pendleton, Jr. '81 and Mary Ann Butera Pendleton '80 E. Miles Prentice, III '64 and Katharine Prentice Thomas M. Priselac '73 and Jody Priselac Charles J. Queenan, Jr. and Joann H. Queenan Victor J. Raskin '66 and Carol Raskin Anica D. Rawnsley H'03 John S. Reed '60 and Cynthia Reed Stephen I. Richman and Audrey G. Richman Richard J. Riotto '87 David A. Ross '78 and Dana Crummer Peter J. Ross '74 and Louise Kirkpatrick Ross '74 Mrs. Peter C. Rossin E. Ronald Salvitti '59 and Constance Salvitti* A William Samson '37* and Helen V. Samson Ronald P. Sandmeyer, Sr. '57 and Elaine H. Sandmeyer Timothy P. Schieffelin '77 and Susan Schieffelin Thomas A. Shoup '75 and Ellen Barker Ray G. Simms, Jr. '58 and Karel Simms James F. Slabe '62 and Elaine Slabe Russell F. Stein, III '52 and Marcia L. Stein Peter N. Stephans and Joan Stephans Robert H. Stevenson '64 J. Barry Stout '64 and Lenore Thompson Stout Thomas Philip Stout* H'03 and Diann R. Stout William M. Stout '64 and Saundra Stout John A. Swanson and Janet Swanson John M. Swick '47 Jeffrey H. Van Hyning '68 and Mary Van Hyning Craig A. Varga '76 and Noelle Brennan Alberto W. Vilar '62 Audrey L. Walther Alan R. Weill '59 and Nancy Y. Weill David J. White '77 D. Lawrence Wickerham '72 and Mary Louise Wickerham F. Leo Wright '52 and Rosemary Wright Prudence Yost George W. Zannos '64 and Marilyn Serlin Andrew Aloe '76 and Michelle DeFrancesco Aloe '76 Geri L. Bacu '86 Violet Bica-Ross J. Randolph Birch '58 and Suzette Birch George J. Black III '44 and Arlene Foreman Lois Boulis John F. Brady '70 and Roberta Isleib Learned T. Bulman '48 Howard J. Burnett H'98 and Maryann DePalma Burnett Stephen F. Calderon '78 and Sandra Myhalik John A. Campbell and Barbara Campbell Edith Cannon Ralph A. Capone '74 and Andrea Capone Joseph Caruso '51 and Elizabeth Caruso James Hawley Chester '66 and Connie Chester Kathleen L. Cigana '88 James W. Clarke '62 and Jeanne Clarke Sandra C. Cooper '77 Harry M. Corbett '44 and Florence Corbett Friedrich R. Crupe '59 and Christiane Crupe Samuel J. Davis '72 and Regina Davis Louis V. DiBello '63 and Marie DiBello William H. Diehl Jr. '58 and Johnna Diehl D. Raymond Douglass Jr. '45 and Beverly Douglass McClellan A. DuBois '70 and Lynn DuBois James R. Durig '58 and Marlene Durig Old Main Society Established in 1996, the Old Main Society is a membership of generous donors who support W&J through planned giving. Members provide for the College in their wills, IRAs, or retirement plans; use life insurance as a gift; or establish charitable trusts or gift annuities. Anonymous Roger T. Abelson '57 and Camille Abelson Eileen Addis Jon S. Adler '61 and Carol Adler Robert M. Elliott '49 and Eileen Cummins Elliott Dava Esman '74 Terry L. Evans '70 and Sally Lysinger Evans Joel L. Falik '61 and Anne Falik Rita M. Finley Walter Flamenbaum '62 and Judith S. Flamenbaum Charles L. Flynn Jr. Joseph G.C. Francis '62 and Sara Jane Francis Elliott D. Fredland '60 Spencer M. Free '45 and Patricia L. Free W. Robert Goldman Jr. '67 WASHINGTON & JEFFERSON COLLEGE 47 Brett Rosenberg Harris '88 and Mitch Harris Lynne J. Haubelt '77 and Nicholas Haubelt James F. Hitchman '70 George Hollingshead '58 and Roberta Hollingshead Tom E. Horner '43 J. Gaven Hurley '65 and Kathleen Hurley George M. Inglis '59 and Sarah Jane Inglis James S. Irvine '49 James F. Israel '67 and Elaine Israel F. Nelson Keeney '63 and Shirley A. Keeney Lynn Arko Kelley '77 Charles L. Kendi '89 John S. Kern '64 and Marie Kern Evan A. Klein '77 William D. Klimek and Jacquelyn Klimek James H. Knepshield '59 and Barbara Knepshield Carl W. Konvolink Jr. '56 and Susan Konvolinka John G. Kramer '52 and Pat Kramer Jennie Lau Scott H. Leaf '76 Charles H. Lee '57 and Janet S. Lee Jack F. Lembke '40 and Lyndell Lembke Donald G. Lightfoot '70 and Joan S. Lightfoot Julius Little '41 and Linda Little Thomas B. Lloyd '43 J. Barry Loughridge '50 and Sue Loughridge Glenn W. MacTaggart '73 and Karla MacTaggart Norman S. Mass '61 and Adaya Mass J. Robert Maxwell '43 Cheryl A. Maze '80 J. Scott McBride James Scott McBride Jr. Neal F. McBride '46 and Norma McBride John W. McDonald Jr. John J. McDonough '92 and Kathy McDonough Paul G. McKelvey Jr. '48 and Helen McKelvey Ronald D. McKenzie '55 and Jane McKenzie Demas L. McVay Jr. '55 David B. Miller '58 and Marie T. Miller Douglas R. Miller '73 and Jane Miller Russell G. Mobley '56 Joseph P. Mock '59 William D. Moore '52 and G. Ann Moore John F. Munnell '52 and Mary B. Munnell Alexander Murdoch Jr. '57 Donald G. Myers '68 and Susan Myers Charles T. Nason '68 and Beth Nason John F. Naughton '63 Clifford L. Nelson '58 and Doris Nelson Albert G. Nickel '65 and Dana C. Nickel E. Lee North '46 and Florence H. North John L. S. Northrop H'99 and Rose Northrop Philip D. O'Connell III '74 Stephen D. Oliphant '55 and Judith Roscow Margaret D. Oliver* Brian G. Orr '74 and Linda Orr Alexander Osterneck '88 Vincent O. Palladino '51 and Marie Palladino "The value in giving back to our College" NEWEST ALUMNI UNITE TO LEAVE MEANINGFUL LEGACY To help secure their legacy at Washington & Jefferson College, members of the class of 2011 succeeded in raising nearly $1,500 for their senior class gift. The senior committee encouraged 39 percent of the class, or 129 students, to participate in the initiative. W&J Trustees Charles T. Nason '68 and McClellan A. DuBois '70 generously matched the funds raised by the class to achieve a total gift of $4,500. "The Trustees' matching gifts inspired our senior class to give more and helped us to see the value in giving back to our College," senior committee member Katy Rowley '11 said. "Through this gift, we hope to inspire future gifts and cultivate philanthropy in the members of the class of 2011." The funds were used to purchase a bench next to Upper Class Residence Hall, help pay for upgrades to the U. Grant Miller Library, and assist with repairs to the 9/11 Memorial Fountain in front of the Burnett Center. Participating in the senior gift dedication, pictured from left, are: Mike Ferraro '11, David DuBois '11, Erika Beam '11, DuBois, David Doom '11, Nason, K.D. Bacher '11, Mike Navari '11, Katy Rowley '11, and President Tori Haring-Smith, Ph.D. John S. Parker '52 and Dorris Parker Ronald V. Pellegrini '59 and Donna Lucas Pellegrini Andrew Pesky '59 and Elaine O. Pesky Emily J. Peters '03 James L. Phillips '54 and Barbara Phillips Joseph W. Placer '59 and Andrea Placer E. Miles Prentice III '64 and Katharine Prentice Thomas M. Priselac '73 and Jody Priselac Andrew Procko '48 Anica D. Rawnsley H'03 Stanley Reed Jr. and Ann Reed George W. Roark Jr. '46 and Barbara Roark 48 2010 � 2011 HONOR ROLL OF DONORS W. Robert Robertson '55 and Mary Jane Robertson Charles M. Rosenberg '65 and Gayle Rosenberg Mrs. Peter C. Rossin Franklin A. Rumore '63 and Deborah Preston William F. Saalbach and Betty Saalbach E. Ronald Salvitti '59 John Mark Scott Jr. '69 and Judith Scott Robert H. Shoop, Jr. '60 and Janet Shoop Robert B. Shust '59 and Judith Shust Richard A. Siegrist '68 and Elisabeth Siegrist Ray G. Simms Jr. '58 and Karel Simms Miles H. Simon '71 and Karen Simon Ronald D. Snee '63 and Marjorie C. Snee Edgar H. Soifer '53 and Nancy Soifer Russell F. Stein III '52 and Marcia L. Stein Peter N. Stephans and Joan Stephans Robert H. Stevenson '64 H. Donald Stone Jr. '52 and Nancy Stone William M. Stout '64 and Saundra Stout Martha G. Sweet Mark D. Swift Dennis P. Tihansky '65 Michael A. Timko '88 and Susan Storrick Timko '89 Raymond S. Tomassene '49 LeAnne Trachok '87 Allen F. Turcke '49 Patrick J. Uram '86 John C. Van Aken II '61 and Jane Riggle Van Aken Jeffrey H. Van Hyning '68 and Mary Van Hyning Joseph K. Vargo '89 Jonathan R. Walburn '73 Robert G. Walker '69 T. Urling Walker '49 and Mabel Walker Butler H. Waugh '55 and Joanne M. Waugh Alan R. Weill '59 and Nancy Y. Weill D. Lawrence Wickerham '72 and Mary Louise Wickerham Peter F. Wilson '74 and Judy Wilson R. Victor Wood Jr. '55 F. Leo Wright '52 and Rosemary Wright York F. Yochum '64 and Nina Yochum PRESIDENTS ASSOCIATE Joseph P. Bishop CLASS OF 1943 59% PARTICIPATION STATESMAN Arch J. Albanese FOUNDERS ASSOCIATE J. Robert Maxwell DONOR JEFFERSON ASSOCIATE William K. Headley Alumni W&J relies on the support of its dedicated alumni to maintain its character as a high-quality liberal arts institution. These benefactors are listed by class year and giving society. Clarence D. Randolph WASHINGTON ASSOCIATES CLASS OF 1940 54% PARTICIPATION William G. Atkinson Thomas B. Lloyd Andrew M. Margileth Warren K. Martin JEFFERSON ASSOCIATE Wallace G. McCune STATESMEN CLASS OF 1935 67% PARTICIPATION STATESMEN Eugene W. Atkins J. Stuart Dickson R. Alan Fawcett John H. Allen James H. Bradenburg John P. Duthie Edgar A. Herrman Ralph B. Huston Robert W. Mather Harvey D. McClure Craig M. Moore Gordon I. Norton Jr. Robert C. Waltz Paul H. Weinstein JEFFERSON ASSOCIATE William L. Proudfit DONORS STATESMAN Calvin D. Crawford J. Murray Freund Jack F. Lembke John H. Trout CLASS OF 1937 17% PARTICIPATION CLASS OF 1941 29% PARTICIPATION DONORS Timothy D. Calvin E. Eugene Fisher Tom E. Horner MCGUFFEY ASSOCIATE A. William Samson* PRESIDENTS ASSOCIATES Donald Allison Charles H. Booth Jr. CLASS OF 1938 44% PARTICIPATION CLASS OF 1944 56% PARTICIPATION STATESMEN Harold W. Perkins* Somers H. Smith Jr. JEFFERSON ASSOCIATE John C. Mettler II PRESIDENTS ASSOCIATE Paul P. Marinak* STATESMEN Robert M. Kiskaddon Arch H. Logan Jr. CLASS OF 1942 38% PARTICIPATION JEFFERSON ASSOCIATES Hans Conrad Harry M. Corbett DONOR Hugh M. Miller STATESMEN Warren E. Gregg Kenneth B. McCandless Warren S. Sellers Robert C. Stewart Gilbert M. Watt WASHINGTON ASSOCIATES George J. Black III Joseph F. Coury Nicholas B. Horsky Richard D. Jones Joseph M. Kuchta CLASS OF 1939 44% PARTICIPATION LAZEAR ASSOCIATE Leonard Wurzel WASHINGTON & JEFFERSON COLLEGE 49 STATESMEN K. Duane Reed Robert B. Scott STATESMAN Donn F. Covert DONORS J. Raymond Gera James H. Hammett Howard G. Lee Neal F. McBride E. Lee North STATESMEN Carmel J. Passalacqua Frank V. Petrone John G. Tucker DONORS DONORS Lauren M. Burtch Richard J. Crosbie William M. Kaylor James W. Stewart Harry E. Butson John K. Johnson Russell A. MacCachran Jack L. Paradise DONOR Jerry J. Appelbaum CLASS OF 1947 CLASS OF 1946 64% PARTICIPATION CLASS OF 1948 38% PARTICIPATION CLASS OF 1945 44% PARTICIPATION 58% PARTICIPATION FOUNDERS ASSOCIATE WASHINGTON ASSOCIATES Paul E. Coury Joseph H. Field Gordon V. Thompson John M. Swick LAZEAR ASSOCIATE Lee R. Marshall LEMOYNE ASSOCIATE D. Raymond Douglass Jr. PRESIDENTS ASSOCIATE James P. Geiger LEMOYNE ASSOCIATE Learned T. Bulman 1781 ASSOCIATE Theodore M. Slabey* STATESMEN WASHINGTON ASSOCIATE Warren S. Reding James H. Coleman III Luther M. Rhine George W. Roark Jr. WASHINGTON ASSOCIATE Bernard A. Staskiewicz WASHINGTON ASSOCIATES Charles D. Brown Sr. Dean W. Elson John A. MacPhail Michael Margolies STATESMEN Robert C. McCarthy Andrew Procko David M. Sutherland Preston N. Williams DONORS Gordon J. Adelson John M. R. Ayres Andrew M. Linn Harold J. Mondik "A labor of love" 1971 GRADUATES WIN CLASS CUP IN MEMORY OF CLASSMATE In honor of their 40th reunion, members of the class of 1971 banded together to raise $280,380 to support Washington & Jefferson College. Achieving the highest participation rate of 37 percent, the 1971 graduates beat out five other reunion classes to secure the coveted Class Cup at the annual Homecoming Dinner. The competition honored gifts made from July 2010 to October 2011. "The award reflects the continued interest and dedication of many members from the class of 1971 to W&J," William Sheers '71, professor of physics and adjunct professor of neuroscience at W&J, said. Adding that part of his motivation was personal, Ed Weingartner '71 saw the Class Cup as a tribute to his late classmate and college roommate, Don Brabson '71. "It was a labor of love," he explained. Accepting the award on behalf of the class of 1971 were Zeno Chicarilli '71, Bob Krupkin '71, Miles Simon '71, Sheers, and Weingartner. CLASS OF 1949 46% PARTICIPATION LEMOYNE ASSOCIATE Allen F. Turcke 1781 ASSOCIATE Thomas J. Tredici PRESIDENTS ASSOCIATES Robert M. Elliott Thomas R. Jordan Jeremy C. McCamic 50 2010 � 2011 HONOR ROLL OF DONORS JEFFERSON ASSOCIATE T. Urling Walker WASHINGTON ASSOCIATES Henry C. Chalfant William E. Colligan Jr. Stanley L. Handelman J. Robert Manson CLASS OF 1951 37% PARTICIPATION Philip D. Williams Jr. F. Leo Wright WASHINGTON ASSOCIATES John P. Chupinsky Francis A. Locke John E. Marlow John W. Smith Raymond S. Tomassene JEFFERSON ASSOCIATES Joseph Caruso Charles R. Justice Vincent O. Palladino JEFFERSON ASSOCIATES Reed B. Day Richard G. Fosburg William S. Morrison John S. Parker Albert L. Rabenstein Charles Roazen William Tokar STATESMEN Thomas A. Dickinson John K. Henderson Joseph R. Hookey John M. Kyle J. Barry Loughridge Elliott B. McGrew Jr. John D. McGrew Philip A. McMahon William H. Meanor George M. Pyle Philip L. Reinhard Jr. William J. Rice O. Earl Spencer Alexander B. Stavovy John R. Thomas Howard Toboco John E. Unger Jr. Edward J. White Jay W. White Eugene H. Wilson Jay A. Zeffiro STATESMEN Winfield S. Gibbs D. Andrew Grimes E. Paul Hoop Jr. Nicholas Maropis Charles W. Mason Jr. Francis J. Mrukot Edwin J. Pear Robert R. Reeves Robert E. Wilson WASHINGTON ASSOCIATES James S. Linderman Paul L. Salansky David H. Trushel WASHINGTON ASSOCIATES Donald W. Butts Miles C. Durfey Irwin Kabat Roger B. Rollin Richard C. Stephens STATESMEN Burton S. Benovitz Dewees H. Brown Richard E. Cunningham Norman Hamer Kenneth Headley Warren M. Henshaw Robert W. Kellermeyer Leonard Kreis Joseph Kurash Donald I. Levin David M. Marshall E. Don Marshall Earl H. McKinney Sheldon N. Myers Arthur C. Smock Kurt H. Teil Barrett C. Walker STATESMEN Theodore A. Beadle Jerome Brown David B. Crowe Edward D. Frohlich Chauncey R. Headley Paul J. Kiell Jerome P. Lewis Stuart C. McCombs Jr. Wallace T. Miller William D. Moore Forrest G. Tompkins DONORS Arthur E. Barnes II Oliver Wellington Brown Jr. William D. Dykstra Carl S. Fluke William R. Hanshumaker Stanley E. Siegel Robert E. Sostheim John H. Stitely DONORS Charles E. Azen CLASS OF 1950 49% PARTICIPATION Robert W. Baird Harold L. Brock Wayne P. Brumm James K. Davis Leonard Gilman Ronald J. Griffith Charles W. Hoover David R. Knoche Richard A. Krinzman Daniel Mudrick J. Leroy Myers H. Thomas Patton Jr. Warner H. Schlaupitz L. Jerome Schwaed Bruce L. Shakely Robert C. Trexler Thomas K. Ward William D. Watson Ernest G. Weating DONORS DONORS Joseph Ellovich Edward S. Hammett William T. Holland* Robert R. Teuteberg Charles C. Crompton John F. Emerson Richard A. Holan William E. Sterner Richard O. Tedeschi Charles A. Vogel 1781 ASSOCIATES Thomas R. Carter Walter Cooper PRESIDENTS ASSOCIATE Joseph B. Leckie CLASS OF 1952 40% PARTICIPATION JEFFERSON ASSOCIATES Robert L. Boord Louis R. Colussy John M. Kelchner John R. Patterson Paul H. Patton Richard F. Ruben John S. Wollam CLASS OF 1953 53% PARTICIPATION LEMOYNE ASSOCIATE William Cohen LAZEAR ASSOCIATE Albert S. McGhee 1781 ASSOCIATE Robert M. Gordon Jr. LEMOYNE ASSOCIATE Alvan Balent Sr. PRESIDENTS ASSOCIATES C. Richard Coen 1781 ASSOCIATE M. Carl Herron WASHINGTON & JEFFERSON COLLEGE 51 JEFFERSON ASSOCIATE Edward A. Jaeger Robert E. Lynch James A. Mounts Jr. Melvin H. Sher Edgar H. Soifer Joseph W. Thompson Sr. Henry Wechsler Nelson J. Wilson Carmen J. Romeo Murray Sachs STATESMEN James W. Corbett Rawlin A. Fairbaugh Harry D. Ferguson WASHINGTON ASSOCIATES Louis Alvarez Kenneth C. Carson Jr. William K. Krisher Robert A. Lefkowith Laurence P. Parmer Norman F. Sirianni Vincent R. Staffileno Donald R. Swanson CLASS OF 1954 47% PARTICIPATION George A. Girty William F. Judt Walter J. Pankiewicz T. Lew Pitchford John W. Rinehart MCGUFFEY ASSOCIATES DONORS William E. Allen Alan M. Barnett Dean Behrend Joseph Boodin David F. Crumrine John E. Frank Willard A. Harvey Jr. George H. Mondik Gordon N. Peay Norman Ames Posner Donald F. Puglisi William E. Rankin Marvin L. Diehl James L. Phillips DONORS PRESIDENTS ASSOCIATES Herbert E. Cable John N. McElravey Angelo P. Dipiazza Richard C. Foster Edwin A. McGlumphy Malcolm W. Reed Jr. STATESMEN J. Walter Dauber Jr. Richard E. Easler Arthur A. Griffin Martin S. Handelman William D. Inglis III Clyde A. Keefer JEFFERSON ASSOCIATES Philip N. Smith Charles L. Sonneborn III CLASS OF 1955 52% PARTICIPATION MCGUFFEY ASSOCIATE John O. Hanna Jr. 1781 ASSOCIATES Arthur A. Sohn Andres Uribe Butler H. Waugh PRESIDENTS ASSOCIATES E. Patrick Howard Jr. Camille J. Maravalli Lee H. McCormick Stephen D. Oliphant W. Robert Robertson "The value of a liberal arts education" NATURAL GAS INDUSTRY LEADER SPEAKS TO ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES CLASS James March, Ph.D., associate professor of biology at Washington & Jefferson College, welcomed Franklin H. Yoho '81 as a guest speaker in his environmental studies class during the fall term. Yoho, the chief commercial operations officer and senior vice president of Piedmont Natural Gas Co. in Charlotte, N.C., brings years of experience in the natural gas industry. He led a lively discussion regarding shale drilling and encouraged students to form their own opinions. "I was impressed with the students' understanding of the local impacts, both good and bad, and their questions concerning the development of natural gas from shale resources," Yoho said. "Being a native of western Pennsylvania, it was very interesting to hear the local perspective on what has become a significant national energy issue." Conversations with alumni provide W&J students with valuable opportunities to hear from leaders working in their fields of interest. "It was great to have a graduate who has become successful in a new and growing field come back to talk to us," Luke Schorr '12 said. "It really exemplifies the value of a liberal arts education." William Rosenthal Howard F. Shivers Jr. Robert A. Simonin JEFFERSON ASSOCIATES John A. Malcolm Jr. Ronald D. McKenzie WASHINGTON ASSOCIATES Kenneth E. Cramer Morton I. Davidson Demas L. McVay Jr. Richard B. Rabenstein R. Victor Wood Jr. 52 2010 � 2011 HONOR ROLL OF DONORS STATESMEN William L. Carson Jack O. Greenberg Raymond F. Keisling Charles C. MacKey C. Rodney Miller Charles A. Muetzel Jr. Howard E. Reidbord D. Lee Shroads Sr. John F. Slonaker Roger C. Townsend Don L. Fuhr Michael A. Miscio James F. Rittenhouse John F. Rugh Sr. William R. Smith Charles B. Stunkard Philemon J. Tedeschi William H. Williamson Sr. DONORS Charles A. Davis Robert E. Holden Richard F. Mucci Benson J. Schultz Charles W. Tanner Jr. Jack G. Wassam DONORS Norman L. Cimino Robert C. Evans Ralph L. London Daniel J. Maloney George B. Millar Herbert W. Neu Jr. Paul V. Pesavento Stuart A. Rosenthal CLASS OF 1957 34% PARTICIPATION CLASS OF 1958 41% PARTICIPATION Richard L. Ross Charles A. Rowe Alva Gayman Shrontz DONORS John W. Dean Duane H. Dull Sr. Gerald A. Harshman Jr. Stephen R. Kladakis Thomas W. Platt R. Walter Powell Ralph D. Rush LAZEAR ASSOCIATES LAZEAR ASSOCIATE Roger T. Abelson James R. Durig Ray G. Simms Jr. CLASS OF 1959 46% PARTICIPATION 1781 ASSOCIATE Ronald P. Sandmeyer Sr. 1781 ASSOCIATE Russell H. Briggs FOUNDERS ASSOCIATE Ronald V. Pellegrini PRESIDENTS ASSOCIATES Charles R. Jack Charles H. Lee Wilfred J. McAloon Jr. James R. McNabb Jr. PRESIDENTS ASSOCIATES Robert B. Campbell T. Roger Entress Henry Gelband LAZEAR ASSOCIATES E. Ronald Salvitti Sheldon A. Weinstein CLASS OF 1956 46% PARTICIPATION LEMOYNE ASSOCIATES JEFFERSON ASSOCIATES J. Randolph Birch Richard D. Gilardi David W. Moore Arthur J. Nowak James H. Knepshield M. David Odle PRESIDENTS ASSOCIATES Chauncey E. Frazier II Russell G. Mobley Blynn L. Shideler JEFFERSON ASSOCIATES David J. Burkey Jay L. Jenkins Richard H. Piatt Joseph M. Warsaw 1781 ASSOCIATES Robert P. Krass Robert B. Shust Alan R. Weill WASHINGTON ASSOCIATES Kenneth E. Bell Richard L. Carson Richard J. Carter WASHINGTON ASSOCIATES David F. Alter Robert S. Fleming Vincent S. Franz Jr. Chester S. Handelman F. Jay Keefer Robert J. Suwak WASHINGTON ASSOCIATES E. Thomas Deutsch Jr. Arnold J. Eisenfeld George V. Frank Harry W. Fuchs III George Hollingshead John Kladakis Herbert O. Nichols PRESIDENTS ASSOCIATES Geoffrey W. Bennett Friedrich R. Crupe Anthony J. Franty Jr. George M. Inglis Joseph P. Mock Joel W. Shelkrot STATESMEN Dale R. Bowne James W. Condrin Henry W. Fulton Jr. H. Glenn Hostetter Norman C. Hunt J. Rogers Kossler John M. Mackey George E. McVehil Jr. Dennis Patrick Must Bertrand C. Pitchford Robert W. Sommer Charles J. Steinmayer Jr. STATESMEN Edward C. Dalglish Ronald G. Dolasky James R. Duncan Sr. J. Robert Franz Marcus A. Gottlieb Frank S. Kazmierczak George G. Moffat Frederick A. Schrader W. Homer Snodgrass Earl Dean Volmer STATESMEN Robert M. Glad Merton W. Hutton Raymond P. Johnston Burton H. Pollock Andrew P. Puglise Richard T. Rosenburgh Ronald M. Roth Edward A. Stevens Jr. James A. Wheeler JEFFERSON ASSOCIATES William S. Gartner Jr. Paul C. Holtz Yun-Kuk Kim WASHINGTON ASSOCIATES Robert T. Brinton Charles T. D'Alessio James A. Lynn DONORS Stephen Banko Charles J. Burstin WASHINGTON & JEFFERSON COLLEGE 53 John S. Perry Arthur B. Scott Michael R. Zimmerman Robert A. Sphar Edwin B. Spragg Sidney R. Steiner Michael E. Wald Benjamin Weinberger CLASS OF 1960 41% PARTICIPATION JEFFERSON ASSOCIATES George E. Chorba III John J. Montgomery Michael P. Pivar J. Frederick Sharer FOUNDERS ASSOCIATE John S. Reed STATESMEN Patterson R. Cowder Jack H. Dym Michael H. Geller Robert M. Gordon Thomas A. Halter Dale G. Johnston R. Talbott Miller Lee M. Neiman David H. Radack Lawrence D. Romboski Byron W. Scott Mayer W. Selekman Frederick R. Simpson DONORS Joseph F. Andrews William C. Boesman Donald R. Fullem Leonard Marshall Nelson E. Miles Ronald F. Miller Joseph T. Pounds Lawrence H. Wanetick LAZEAR ASSOCIATE Stanford B. Trachtenberg WASHINGTON ASSOCIATES W. Roger Davidson William S. Decker Jr. R. Royal King Theodore M. Madzy Stephen J. Mihalek Athas H. Tsigas 1781 ASSOCIATES Ralph G. Fennell John A. Olsen Frank J. Suatoni Jr. Presidents Associates James H. McMaster Robert H. Shoop Jr. Stephen B. Tily III STATESMEN Alan A. Allen Ronald Paul Benjamin Robert W. Bowser Raymond O. Brancolini Anthony M. Harrison James W. Karaman Roy J. Krochmal Robert F. Livingston Bertram Harold Lubin Kenneth M. Malgay Sanford T. Marcus Richard A. Meyer Willis J. Pierre Joel Safier Richard E. Schwirian Sherwin J. Siff William E. Sloka Sanford M. Weinstein "A life-changing experience" ALUMNI GIFTS HELP FUND STUDY-ABROAD OPPORTUNITIES Washington & Jefferson College is sending more students out into the world than ever before, with more than 250 Presidents participating in international experiences in 2010-11. One student, Donnelle Jageman '12 (pictured center), traveled to Delhi, India, where she helped provide disadvantaged women with counseling and skill-building classes to increase their self-sufficiency. Many of these opportunities are funded through initiatives like the award-winning Magellan Project, the Hugh Taylor Travel Awards, the Vira I. Heinz Program for Women in Global Leadership, and the Barbara Betler Greb and Edward Martin Greb Endowed Student International Travel Award Fund. In addition, support from the International Programs Fund helps to provide W&J students with regional cultural experiences and travel funds, awarding 30 students a year the chance to spend a semester abroad. "Our students consistently identify studying abroad as a life-changing experience," Traci Fruehauf, director of global education at W&J, said. "With the support of the International Programs Fund, more of our students have access to these transformational opportunities, which not only lead to unparalleled self-discovery, but also prepare them to contribute to a global community." DONORS Alfred J. Alexander Anthony F. Babicka Jr. Lee W. Borden James R. Boyd William H. Collar H. Nicholas Collins Jr. Thomas H. Cunningham Robert E. Dyer Dennis C. Eklund* Thomas G. Gahagan Joseph W. Greco Jr. James E. Lombard Howard G. Martin Jr. Warren F. Mazek Michael R. Morelli Clifford A. Morton 54 2010 � 2011 HONOR ROLL OF DONORS Nicholas A. Pascuzzi William J. Sharp Gary R. Sheffer Robert P. Wallace Michael Witkin Ralph J. Zecchino Richard E. Charles Nicholas Delsignore Robert E. Greene Joseph M. Levin James A. Neison Richard G. Seymann Eric J. Spirer Robert M. Steiner WASHINGTON ASSOCIATES Robert E. Daniel James M. Ewing Joseph G.C. Francis J. Thomas McCandless William J. Morgan Franklin A. Rumore W. Karl Vannewkirk JEFFERSON ASSOCIATES Peter M. Bonadio F. Nelson Keeney CLASS OF 1961 51% PARTICIPATION John F. Workmeister Jr. STATESMEN Robert A. Anderson Duncan M. Brown Craig W. Caldwell Ronald M. Dagar Charles H. Eaton Andrew A. Goletz Thomas B. Heflin Henry H. Hood Jr. Michael N. Matzko William E. McCorkle Jr. William A. Meddings Stanton I. Moldovan Richard Rifkin James C. Shelby Jr. Larry W. Sumney WASHINGTON ASSOCIATES J. Paul Clarke Paul S. Drohan Stephen Todd Fisher Mark J. Goldberg Stephen B. Levine DONORS Salvi T. Altomare Joel L. Falik Warren L. Falk William M. Fogel Edward C. Kaleugher George R. Mauk Joseph O'Donnell Robert H. Ream Richard A. Smiarowski V. Anthony Spallone Johnson L. Thistle MCGUFFEY ASSOCIATE Ronald C. Agresta 1781 ASSOCIATE Stanley E. Rockman STATESMEN Stephen S. Bennett Richard P. Bollinger Louis V. DiBello John G. Dziak Robert A. Hall Jr. James T. Herron Jr. James S. Leib Louis L. Marines James F. Moore John L. Musmanno Arthur K. Nakashima Joseph A. Pacelli Wesley H. Peterson Thomas F. Rosenberg Harvey M. Rubin Walter A. Schade Jr. William B. Schonberg* Gary B. Shaw George L. Spillers Daniel M. Sprague Sanford F. Tolchin Thomas F. Upson Roland P. Wilder Jr. John A. Yauch PRESIDENTS ASSOCIATES Jon S. Adler Norman S. Mass Jonathan D. Rosenthal Bernard R. Smedley Samuel V. Spagnolo CLASS OF 1962 JEFFERSON ASSOCIATES Raymond L. Anderson Saul R. Berg James A. Garrettson Jr. Ronald M. Grossman Peter J. Gulden Jr. George W. Knight Murray J. Levith Calvin M. McIntyre Edward H. Miller III David W. Steinbach John C. Van Aken II 33% PARTICIPATION Jeffrey C. Tweedy Adrian R. Van Strien Norman J. Weinberger FOUNDERS ASSOCIATE Walter Flamenbaum DONORS Timothy E. Annin Richard D. Barnhill E. Eugene Best Roy A. Blair II John T. Carson Robert E. Hamilton Walter Y. Malcolm David E. Manes Patrick D. Moore LAZEAR ASSOCIATE James F. Slabe LEMOYNE ASSOCIATE John E. Frazier II MCGUFFEY ASSOCIATE M. Patrick McCormick WASHINGTON ASSOCIATES John J. Duda Joseph W. Kormuth Jr. Arthur L. Nudelman George H. Penn II Marvin A. Perer Howard A. Scalzi Edward J. Venanzi PRESIDENTS ASSOCIATES Charles J. Labelle Thomas E. McNabb CLASS OF 1963 36% PARTICIPATION DONORS Edwin W. Billmire Dennis J. Delprato Harry A. Mink John P. Proudfit William M. Schmidt David R. Schucker William G. Siple 1781 ASSOCIATES JEFFERSON ASSOCIATES James W. Clarke Michael W. Datch William Fedorochko Jr. Melvin E. Mounts Jr. Paul C. Pennock John F. Naughton William E. Reisinger Ronald D. Snee STATESMEN William C. Abraham Stuart Berkowitz Philip R. Bronner William J. Bryan PRESIDENTS ASSOCIATES Jerry A. Dorsch Anthony C. Iantosca Arthur C. Morrissey WASHINGTON & JEFFERSON COLLEGE 55 CLASS OF 1964 41% PARTICIPATION Richard W. Mains Jr. Joseph V. Newman Sr. William L. Proudfit David L. Sommerville Robert H. Stevenson Job Taylor III Frank D. Hamlin Jr. Ronald N. McElhaney Donald C. Murray Jr. Robert W. Sonnhalter Jr. Malcolm S. Weiss Michael R. Wilson Douglas P. Woodman Paul H. Comfort Arnold W. Cushner Philip R. Delmer Peter B. Eaton Joseph C. Eckert Michael R. Elliott Robert E. Howes Alan P. Mark G. Donald Markle James S. Snow Jr. John G. Turnbull York F. Yochum LAZEAR ASSOCIATES Charles P. Eaton William N. Macartney III E. Miles Prentice III William M. Stout JEFFERSON ASSOCIATES Charles L. Foss Jr. John S. Kern STATESMEN A. Robert Ahlgren Raymond H. Baer Charles K. Bens Gabriel J. Bober Fred K. Briard Nelson Bunin Gary E. Campbell T. Bruce Carpenter Jr. Donald E. Cermak 1781 ASSOCIATES James W. Baird Kenneth M. Mason Jr. George W. Zannos WASHINGTON ASSOCIATES Irwin L. Browarsky James W. Clark Mark H. Frankel Roger S. Golomb DONORS Fred T. Erskine III W. Robert Kennedy Allan N. Levine Allen R. Lewis John Y. Mace Jr. Donald N. Merz Gary D. Richmond James H. Russell Howard Semins Frank J. Vandall PRESIDENTS ASSOCIATES Thomas G. Frazier J. Barry Hemphill CLASS OF 1965 42% PARTICIPATION FOUNDERS ASSOCIATES Robert M. Beavers Jr. David C. Leslie LEMOYNE ASSOCIATES "An opportunity to stay involved" PARENTS SERVE AS VALUED SPOKESPEOPLE FOR W&J Felicity Williams '11 (pictured center) is congratulated by her proud parents after the annual Commencement ceremony in May. A political science major and executive member of the Black Student Union at W&J, Williams is now attending The College of William & Mary Law School. Parents like Williams' play an invaluable role at W&J. In addition to entrusting the College with their children's education, many go above and beyond to make a difference in the lives of W&J students by providing the College with additional financial support. With the help of the Parents' Council, W&J received more than $55,000 from parents of current students during the 2010-11 fiscal year. The Council serves as a bridge of communication between W&J parents and the College's administration, faculty, students, alumni and friends. Members of the Council serve as spokespeople for the entire parent constituency and act as leaders in advising and financially supporting W&J. David and Corrine DiBenedetto, parents of David DiBenedetto '14, enjoy sharing their passion for W&J with parents of current students and prospective students. "The Council gives us an opportunity to stay involved, keep updated on campus activities and ensure that our son, David, is utilizing all that the College has to offer, including its outstanding career service opportunities," they said. Albert G. Nickel Charles M. Rosenberg 1781 ASSOCIATES John W. Bean Richard B. Crosbie Norman L. Fine PRESIDENTS ASSOCIATE David B. McWilliams JEFFERSON ASSOCIATES Allan B. Goodrich Stephen M. Greenberg Calvin R. Harvey J. Gaven Hurley Conway A. Jeffress Jr. Henry L. Kettler 56 2010 � 2011 HONOR ROLL OF DONORS David A. Kier Larry R. Klevans John M. Noah Edward E. Smock Edwin J. Tomko James J. Vangundy Timothy R. Wisecarver Richard P. Zaharoff DONORS Alexander Blain IV Thomas L. Carter John W. Ceraso Bosworth L. Farson Jr. Jay A. Leipzig Donald A. MacGregor Thomas R. Marshall Thomas W. Martindale Edward M. Peck Gerald M. Prado Audra D. Robinson Craig M. Rothman Jonathan Solomon Charles R. Stauffer Jr. David G. Trainer Thomas E. Weyer CLASS OF 1966 WASHINGTON ASSOCIATES Ronald F. Bargiband Geoffrey A. Gwynn Michael K. Legg John L. Mason John P. Unice Leonard B. Zadecky 30% PARTICIPATION Robert S. Frankel Terry J. Hancock William A. Jackson Gerard M. Kendzior Steven J. Kothe James W. Maloy Richard W. Ralph Carl M. Rock Jr. LEMOYNE ASSOCIATES Jerrell L. Angell James D. Pareso PRESIDENTS ASSOCIATES Daniel Bethem J. Herbert Gaul Jr. David R. Leonard Victor J. Raskin Thomas H. Sprague DONORS Thomas P. Benic STATESMEN Arthur S. Brooks John O. Cole Jr. Kenneth T. Cooper William D. Creighton Lawrence F. Del Pizzo Walter H. Dimling James H. Duff Charles R. Hartman III Ronald E. Hinebaugh Charles L. Inglefield Robert J. Jenison Sr. Barry H. Kart A. Paul King Thomas Kinser Alan J. Montgomery Horatio J. Petrocelly Jr. Joseph Prestia Richard P. Rush James O. Scott Terry A. Scott Dennis P. Tihansky David H. Trask CLASS OF 1967 31% PARTICIPATION Thomas C. Fry David E. Gadd Robert J. Holzheimer Alfred P. Ilch Clifford B. Lewis 1781 ASSOCIATES Dennis M. Betz Victor Lazzaro Jr. JEFFERSON ASSOCIATES William C. Ruha Richard Joel Ulevitch JEFFERSON ASSOCIATES Donald C. Beatty III Barrett Burns George M. Fatula Sr. Edward W. Fox Sr. Fred N. Herskowitz Carl M. Sandler CLASS OF 1968 26% PARTICIPATION WASHINGTON ASSOCIATES Thomas Scott Boyd Jr. Charles W. Bruton Jr. Kenneth W. Getty Jr. Charles M. Robbins FOUNDERS ASSOCIATE Richard T. Clark LAZEAR ASSOCIATE Charles T. Nason STATESMEN Edward J. Dobkin Michael A. Donadee Arnold E. Fingeret Ronald D. Grandel Frank M. Hall Jr. Alex J. Haralam Paul W. Huckans Robert S. Luttrell Stephen D. Marriner Jr. Louis A. Pagano Marc Pollock Robert E. Reader II Samuel K. Rock Jr. David W. Seitz David C. Sperling David M. Warrington Clyde P. Yates WASHINGTON ASSOCIATES Clifford C. Evans James L. Foye Stuart B. Katz Michael A. Levy David L. Ream Telford W. Thomas Jack O. Williams LEMOYNE ASSOCIATE William M. Hemphill 1781 ASSOCIATES Robert M. Cherry Jeffrey H. Van Hyning DONORS Wayne A. Allridge Jack D. Baer Lawrence W. Bray Bruce A. Harlan Charles McClain Hoak II James B. Hobson Jr. Richard W. Kirsch Jr. Franklin D. Kuzy Bert M. Moldovan Robert J. Murray William D. Newill Jr. Burt Joel Nydes Thomas A. Spataro PRESIDENTS ASSOCIATES Curt P. Ellenberg John G. Lovelace Gordon E. Swartz STATESMEN David B. Agostoni Frank B. Bertovich John T. Carey Robert M. Entwisle III Norman A. Fair Larry W. Fifer William R. Henrick Richard William Hopkins Porter L. Hovey Gordon F. Keeler Jr. Raymond G. Kingsley JEFFERSON ASSOCIATES Anonymous Jay D. Allen James D. Lebedda Allen C. Snyder Judson W. Starr WASHINGTON & JEFFERSON COLLEGE 57 WASHINGTON ASSOCIATES Kenneth L. Baker Ralph D. Hirsch J. Michael Lacey Edward J. Petrick Jr. Victor M. Rudkin Bert R. Maggio Dean C. Morrow Robinson T. Rhodes William R. Rowse Jr. Jay K. Sadlon C. Malcolm Stone Daniel J. Wehner Williamson White Andrew G. Zelenka Jr. Anthony Zettlemoyer William E. Milligan Donald G. Myers Richard E. Orwig Jr. Robert E. Petrie Jr. Gary D. Plummer Donald P. Watson Harold L. Yankelevitz Gregory D. Zeigler PRESIDENTS ASSOCIATES Charles W. Harris Jr. Charles E. Powell Jr. John Mark Scott Jr. Patrick D. Sculley Robert G. Walker STATESMEN Edward D. Beslow Lewis W. Birmingham Kenneth J. Bondra Leonard E. Evans Lawrence J. Friedman William L. Gaunt Philip E. Hamill JEFFERSON ASSOCIATES CLASS OF 1969 DONORS Stephen D. Berman Ronald D. Doemland Robert B. Ill George M. Mellis 29% PARTICIPATION David G. Bashour Charles W. Johnston Robert C. McQueen Robert B. Sommer Lawrence W. Weber 1781 ASSOCIATE Robert E. Arnold WASHINGTON ASSOCIATES Paul G. Lucas Richard K. Mason James K. Nicely Blaine C. Prinkey J. William Smith James H. Taylor Paul M. Zabetakis STATESMEN A. Paul Aversano Jon A. Barkman C. Randall Board Alan S. Drohan Daniel O. Hensell George D. Kennedy William H. Markle Thomas A. Musi "An expression of respect" HIGHMARK PROFESSORSHIP SUPPORTS NEUROSCIENCE RESEARCH Ronald J. Bayline, associate professor of biology and director of the neuroscience program at Washington & Jefferson College, has been appointed the inaugural Highmark Professor in Health Science. The announcement was made by President Tori Haring-Smith, Ph.D., and Evan Frazier, Highmark's senior vice president of community affairs, at W&J's annual Convocation ceremony in September. "This endowed professorship helps ensure ongoing funding for a key faculty member, and provides programming and research support for that individual," Haring-Smith said. "It's an expression of respect for the quality of education provided at W&J." Due to the generosity of donors like Highmark, W&J faculty members receive important support for research, teaching and special projects. "This professorship will allow me to continue my research with students during the next several years by providing funding for students and research materials needed to investigate the regulation of neuromuscular development," Bayline said. Congratulating Bayline, pictured second from right, on this honor are Haring-Smith, Frazier and James C. White II, vice president for academic affairs and dean of the faculty. Mephie-Mbuya Ngoi William Skillcorn III John C. Succop Jr. George W. Wood II Jeffry H. Young DONORS Ralph L. Amos Donald C. Belt Donald W. Bushyager Thomas W. Carr David J. Cohen Gary W. Geis Charles R. Gillett Kenneth G. Jackson Jr. Scott P. Kenney Edward Malachosky II John Robert Mann William Frederick Martson Jr. 58 2010 � 2011 HONOR ROLL OF DONORS Robert J. Mizwa Walter A. Regula Jr. Francis A. Ronco Jeffrey P. Schmoyer Edmund J. Wise Jr. John T. Webster John M. Zoscak Jr. Robert L. Lindsay David C. O'Leary Randall S. Peffer Thomas R. Ross II William S. Sheers Ching-Quo Wong WASHINGTON ASSOCIATES James F. Gismondi Jr. Lathe T. Haynes Scott A. Herz Thomas H. Prickett Gary J. Singer James P. Villotti Jr. DONORS James F. Easton Howard M. Freedlander C. Steven Heft CLASS OF 1970 30% PARTICIPATION C. Barton Jones Michael I. Mallinger Jonathan G. Pomeroy George Retos Jr. Joseph R. Shreiner Jr. DONORS James A. Blaine Jr. Lawrence M. Coco Gordon M. Core Mark E. Davis T. Scott Frank Gary E. Kolb STATESMEN E. Daniel Ayers Jr. Robert W. Coren Edwin C. Culbertson Violet Robertson Forrest Kenneth M. Heffron W. Roger Johnson Richard H. MacSherry Lee R. Mandel Jeanne Arnold McGuffin Robert A. McLuckey Donald R. Rodgers Jr. M. Terrance Simon LEMOYNE ASSOCIATE McClellan A. DuBois MCGUFFEY ASSOCIATES Walter B. Massenburg Andrew G. McIlvaine Charles A. Parlato CLASS OF 1971 25% PARTICIPATION Jeffrey P. Lake Michael J. Medden William F. Pore Thomas Alfred Thielet James H. Thomas Charles Edward Weingartner MCGUFFEY ASSOCIATES PRESIDENTS ASSOCIATES William A. Coch Terry L. Evans John R. Ferraro Donald G. Lightfoot Bruce M. Wolf Zeno N. Chicarilli Miles H. Simon 1781 ASSOCIATES Coleman Hughley Mark R. Koch CLASS OF 1972 24% PARTICIPATION William A. Slotter Robert M. Surdam Jr. JEFFERSON ASSOCIATES Stanley L. Bonis Dominic A. Colaizzo Robert T. Crothers Eric J. Held Charles W. Zubritsky III PRESIDENTS ASSOCIATES Frederick M. Hyser Edward L. Martin F. Amy Martin LAZEAR ASSOCIATE Paul Scoles DONORS Walter M. Hertenstein Jim McCandless Robert A. Relick Richard J. Roginski James C. Smith Jr. William C. Weaver Alan B. Witkower LEMOYNE ASSOCIATES Charles F. Marcy Samuel J. Paisley JEFFERSON ASSOCIATES James C. Denny William R. Horbatt Nicholas Tapyrik MCGUFFEY ASSOCIATE Joseph H. Menendez WASHINGTON ASSOCIATES John F. Brady Philip J. Jackson Webster B. Kinnaird Michael P. Lynch Gordon C. Miller Morton L. Weinstein PRESIDENTS ASSOCIATES Samuel J. Davis Donald J. Snyder Jr. Jeffrey Y. Solomon D. Lawrence Wickerham CLASS OF 1973 27% PARTICIPATION WASHINGTON ASSOCIATES William J. Bentz David A. Kenney Jeffrey S. Lyons John L. Mitchell Alexander G. Paterson Robert E. Waidmann FOUNDERS ASSOCIATE Thomas M. Priselac LAZEAR ASSOCIATE JEFFERSON ASSOCIATES Paul T. Cullen Vincent S. Graziano Alexander M. Miller IV Alan C. Patterson Richard H. Pocock Jr. Robert H. Savarese Jonathan M. Conrad STATESMEN David L. Garber Gregory Michael Gyauch Gary S. Haas Bruce R. Johnson Kenneth E. Kirby Philip F Mamolito Joseph D. Messick Robert F. Milspaw Robert K. Pigozzi R. Kent Schwab MCGUFFEY ASSOCIATE John L. Bord STATESMEN Jess M. Alonso A. Parker Burroughs III T. Andrew Candor Charles T. Drevna Patrick J. Duff Mark A. Hollis PRESIDENTS ASSOCIATES Ira E. Baumgartel Mallard T. George Dennis A. Kovalsky WASHINGTON & JEFFERSON COLLEGE 59 Glenn W. MacTaggart Michael S. Siegel Peter C. Lacey Philip A. Martone Jr. Norman E. McHolme Gary D. Thompson John V. Trachok Stephen D. Hoyt Honey Carroll Kirk Clifford W. Martin Brian Milosh Jonathan G. Moll William M. Seneca Thomas W. Smith Mark L. Tabor Ronald O. Valdiserri Jonathan R. Walburn Edwin C. Williams Jr. Richard A. Williams DONORS Paul E. Bernstein Henry Darlington III David S. Dempsey Richard Alan Diehl David E. Junker Robert D. Kearney Glenn Knobelman William L. Lane Jr. David R. Machak Mark R. Mathews Sr. Susan Frank McClure Nancy Volk McNeal Douglas R. Miller Evelyn Young Ruschel Peter S. Shek Michael G. White JEFFERSON ASSOCIATES Dana Graham Devereux Richard J. Federman R. Burke McLemore STATESMEN Paul L. Bickerton Ronald N. Bindas William S. Blakemore Jr. Kurt E. Blaugher L. William Cashdollar Wilma Shaffer Caton Jeffrey S. Craig WASHINGTON ASSOCIATES John M. Brinsko Alan G. Greenwald Mark R. Katlic Timothy A. Kulp CLASS OF 1974 23% PARTICIPATION LAZEAR ASSOCIATES Louise Kirkpatrick Ross Peter J. Ross LEMOYNE ASSOCIATES Barbara Koach DeWitt Stephen M. Ross MCGUFFEY ASSOCIATE Peter F. Stracci 1781 ASSOCIATE Elizabeth Hurwitz-Schwab "A wonderful way for alumni to reconnect" PAST PRESIDENTS GIVE BACK TO ATHLETICS PROGRAM Director of Athletics Bill Dukett (pictured second from left) catches up with Washington & Jefferson College alumni and athletics supporters Andrew Aloe '76, David White '77, Chris Hubbell '82 and Doug McBride '77 after the Homecoming football game. The Presidents defeated Geneva 24-7 in their first meeting with the Golden Tornadoes as a full member of the Presidents' Athletic Conference. Alumni and friends who support W&J athletic programs are members of the Pete Henry Society. Named after the late beloved coach and athletic director Wilbur F. (Pete) Henry '20, the Society provides W&J alumni and friends with a way to benefit today's student-athletes. Proceeds from the annual Pete Henry Society golf tournament in June help fund W&J's 24 athletic programs. Alumni also stay involved by serving as honorary co-captains at sporting events throughout the year. "Since its inception, our alumni have shown great support for the Pete Henry Society, which helps our 24 teams compete nationally in NCAA Division III," Dukett said. "The annual golf outing in June is a wonderful way for alumni to reconnect with the College and to support our teams." PRESIDENTS ASSOCIATE Ira J. Schulman JEFFERSON ASSOCIATES Donn B. Atkins Jane Saperstein Drabkin Stephen Kresovich Joanne Burnley Ladley Brian G. Orr David N. Rutt Peter F. Wilson WASHINGTON ASSOCIATES Robert H. Bickerton Patricia Harrison Easton 60 2010 � 2011 HONOR ROLL OF DONORS Duncan J. Forsyth Michael R. Girard Charles F. Houghton Jr. Joseph L. Lenkey R. Blair Summersgill 1781 ASSOCIATES Kenneth R. Melani Michael D. Nettleton Howard D. Hoffman Ronald A. Ignotz Donald E. McCloskey II James H. Oberfeitinger Dru Hanna Schoenborn Joseph A. Veres Bonnie Ciaffoni Watts Wallace N. Tobin Andrew B. Walker Jeffrey H. Welsh PRESIDENTS ASSOCIATES Susan Webreck Alman Edward M. Morascyzk James H. Norris Steven J. Pinelli Beverly Werme Schulman Tom Squitieri DONORS Stephen J. Barone Christine Parsons Belvedere Mario Dipietrantonio Larry A. Drapela STATESMEN Phyllis Ann Glover Cucchiani Leonard P. Blass James D. Brodell Chris L. Bromfield Peter D. Browne Curtis R. Bucher Jr. Ralph A. Capone George H. Connerat Jr. Kevin K. Cutrell Paul A. D'Orazio J. Gregory Drummond Dava Esman Raymond K. Grimes James H. MacBride Joyce O'Neal Dorothy Martin Powers John A. Rodgers Edward B. Wood John A. Yankura CLASS OF 1976 20% PARTICIPATION Andrew J. Glaid IV Christopher N. Hyser Robert S. Korneke Jennifer Jones Lucas Charles S. Palmer Jr. Grant A. Ross Gerald J. Schoenborn Jack N. Soodik John C. Witsberger FOUNDERS ASSOCIATE JEFFERSON ASSOCIATES David Allan Drabkin Lou Ann Holtzinger Eader Elaine Kathryn Geris Robin McGinn Graziano Anthony N. Solomita Scott H. Leaf LAZEAR ASSOCIATE Craig A. Varga 1781 ASSOCIATES Andrew Aloe Michelle DeFrancesco Aloe WASHINGTON ASSOCIATES Patricia A. Brletic Wayne N. Campbell Mary Fletcher Laplante Thomas J. Lester Patricia A. Metz CLASS OF 1977 25% PARTICIPATION David L. White PRESIDENTS ASSOCIATES Robert A. Glass III Sylvia M. Roma FOUNDERS ASSOCIATE David J. White LAZEAR ASSOCIATE Keith T. Ghezzi DONORS Debra Williams Aromatorio Sanford F. Beyer II Andrew C. Billie Jr. Rita Terek Flaherty Susan Nill Flynn John R. Hillman Jr. R. Daniel Knox Robert G. Langley Tim J. Mains Philip D. O'Connell III Kathryn E. Podvia Carolyn Nelson Sabroske Frederick D. Zonino Jr. STATESMEN David W. Beyer R. Keith Bragonier Anthony B. Cocciolone Douglas R. Colkitt Vincent P. D'Auria Martin J. Edwards Alan J. Evelyn Philip B. Friedman Joseph M. Hanson Max D. Humbert George B. Kaknes Jr. Joseph H. Liput Jr. Steven P. Orbin David W. Powers Mark J. Powers Patricia M. Relosky Carl H. Vulcan Sharlene F. Williams JEFFERSON ASSOCIATES Martin Scott Levine John J. McCague III Thomas J. Shula Constance L. Trelka LEMOYNE ASSOCIATE Joseph H. Gigler PRESIDENTS ASSOCIATES Gretchen Blaugher Gockley James M. Gockley Paul P. Medvedo Jr. John E. Tate Ray Verlinich WASHINGTON ASSOCIATES D. Elgart Aster Christine A. Huselton A. Scott Patti STATESMEN James H. Cahoon Thomas A. Castillenti James J. Castle Gary Defilippo Joan Kinick Defilippo Joyce Webb Gelles James A. Goldwater Francis Michael McCaffrey Dale W. Pcsolyar Marnie Abraham Russell Gary J. Swegal WASHINGTON ASSOCIATES William W. Booth William B. Connors Wendy Moskat Hamilton Wayne A. Martin Jeffrey A. Nunes Timothy P. Schieffelin CLASS OF 1975 24% PARTICIPATION LAZEAR ASSOCIATES Gary L. Churgin James E. Leckie Thomas A. Shoup DONORS George E. Alter III David A. Belvedere Patricia L. Brundage James M. Faber STATESMEN Deborah Ream Cowden William W. Cruikshank Russell A. Drozdiak LEMOYNE ASSOCIATE Rachel McCarrell McCune WASHINGTON & JEFFERSON COLLEGE 61 Mary E. Ducato-Coley Jane F. Gaertner Paul S. Gelles James B. Geshay Karen Laine Lazar Donna Levinsky Milewski Christopher L. Montgomery Robert Timothy Murphy Ernest B. Ricci Stephen D. Tiley Robert A. Urso Mark J. Vavrek Joseph A. Wineman Louise Caruso Cox Anita Chipoletti Davis Thomas E. Drakeley Ruth H. Dukelow Michael A. Eisenfeld Brooke Elias Linda Nelan Irey P. Keith Jones Douglas B. McBride Barbara Senich Miller Thomas G. Necastro Nancy J. Norris David A. Roberts Catherine Cross Roman Susan F. Smith Robert J. Somplatsky Donald J. Strunk CLASS OF 1978 22% PARTICIPATION JEFFERSON ASSOCIATES Paul W. Braunegg Stephen F. Calderon Lene H. Carpenter Timothy W. Morris Robert Pierattini Jeffrey T. Recker Barbara Burson Rutt Robert A. Shor Thomas J. Sniscak Thomas John Weir Jr. FOUNDERS ASSOCIATE David A. Ross LEMOYNE ASSOCIATE John D. Simon PRESIDENTS ASSOCIATES C. Michael Irvin Mary C. Martini Donald M. Morgan Glenn C. Rice DONORS Jeffry M. Betler Thomas M. Biksey William E. Bozzo WASHINGTON ASSOCIATES Peter S. Frey Susan Kormanik Geiger Michael P. Sabolsky Mark C. Shaw Nancy A. Sukys George D. Utley III Keith A. Waddle STATESMEN Deborah Covaleski Dobbins Kris L. Ellis James M. Fernberger Brian K. Kerr Ronald O. Lewis Jeffrey A. Martin Peggy Sten Northrop F. Noel Parent III Richard J. Pinelli Sr. Suzanne Nard Swegal "An opportunity to research my interests" SCHOLARSHIP ALLOWS SENIOR TO STUDY CAREER OF LEGENDARY STUDENT-ATHLETE President Tori Haring-Smith welcomes family members of Charles "Pruner" West '24 to campus in September. The family attended a dedication ceremony in honor of West at the U. Grant Miller Library. Pictured from left are grandson Michael Nickens, Haring-Smith, daughter Linda West Nickens, and granddaughter Crystal Nickens. A legendary student-athlete at W&J, West led the Presidents' football team to their only Rose Bowl appearance in 1922 against the University of California, becoming the first African-American quarterback to play in the nation's oldest bowl game. To read more on West, turn to page 8. English major Allyson Gilmore '12 was able to research West's athletic and professional career as a 2011 recipient of The Teagle Diversity Scholarship. Supported by funding through The Teagle Foundation, the scholarship allows one student each year to pursue an independent summer project on a diversity-related issue under the guidance of a W&J faculty member. "The scholarship gave me an opportunity to research my interests outside of class, which I enjoyed," she said. "The highlight of the project was speaking with West's family and reconnecting them with the College. The experience meant a lot to me." Susan Jordan Walker Cheryl Voskamp Wineman DONORS James E. Bable Gerald H. Cerrone Charles B. Dehainaut James Gizzie Michael P. Meyer Katherine Graham Mills Paula Cohn Sorensen John G. Van Cleve Susan Andrews Wiles Nancy Hyde Wilkes Victoria Dewey Wood 62 2010 � 2011 HONOR ROLL OF DONORS CLASS OF 1979 19% PARTICIPATION Deborah Thompson Stout Susan Rodgers Wehar DONORS Lisa A. Balash Robert R. Beyer Derek R. Brown J. Jeffrey Rich Keith S. Somers Alma Long Staskiewicz Rhonda J. Sudina Ronald M. Unice LEMOYNE ASSOCIATE Donald S. Dazen CLASS OF 1980 22% PARTICIPATION Billie Betler Eaves Kimberly M. Eisiminger William K. Haskins 1781 ASSOCIATE Clifford E. Hellberg STATESMEN Anthony Calabro Jr. Gary L. Ford David A. Herchko Michael D. Lingenfelter Peter M. Matgouranis Timothy L. McErlean Sybil Horne McKeegan Eugene F. Petrilla FOUNDERS ASSOCIATE Mary Ann Butera Pendleton Mark R. Larimer William James Mattern Kimberly Bakale Miller Carolyn Young Strunk Mark E. Vogel Anthony J. Zinobile PRESIDENTS ASSOCIATES Peter F. Wagner Jeffrey A. Yunkun LEMOYNE ASSOCIATE Lyn Celenza Dyster MCGUFFEY ASSOCIATE JEFFERSON ASSOCIATES Harold T. Carpenter Nathan D. Chambers John Curtis Burns CLASS OF 1981 PRESIDENTS ASSOCIATES Pritam M. Advani Donna Haley Grier Mark E. Previtt 22% PARTICIPATION Robert L. Volosky Sharon Swieconek Volosky Bradley A. Weber FOUNDERS ASSOCIATES William H. Davis B. John Pendleton Jr. WASHINGTON ASSOCIATES Harry A. Lehman III Gordon B. Miller Jr. Thomas W. Oates Jr. Peter C. Sullivan Christine A. Ward DONORS Judith Defilippis Eaton Ann P. Fallon Henry B. Furio David B. Jones Joy Kinick Jones Scott Rush Kingston Susan Jonnatti Maxwell Mark W. Stewart Kathyann Presutti Wilson JEFFERSON ASSOCIATES Thomas J. Leydig Cheryl A. Maze Lisa Burgunder Morris David B. Myers Jeffrey J. Norton William Piper Jr. MCGUFFEY ASSOCIATES A. Michael Pratt 1781 ASSOCIATES Roger S. Goodell Eric C. Lundgren Melinda Elish Riccitelli Samuel D. Riccitelli STATESMEN Gary R. Bedford Pamela Haywood Bilich David Dusenbery April Fields Greene Wallace B. Greene William A. Irvin III Barry P. Markovitz Ricci A. Minella Sandra Evans Sarnicke David L. Sclarsky Dale E. Veres Mark E. Yecies Martin J. Yoskovich WASHINGTON ASSOCIATES Deborah L. Calderazzo James W. Cameron Gary Sams Mark J. South Thomas B. Staskiewicz PRESIDENTS ASSOCIATES Mark O. Hrutkay Franklin H. Yoho CLASS OF 1982 19% PARTICIPATION MCGUFFEY ASSOCIATE Cindy L. Burchell JEFFERSON ASSOCIATES Robert M. Droder Jeffrey L. Fine Cheryl Medich Leydig Stephen V. Martin Edwin A. McGlumphy Jr. 1781 ASSOCIATES David J. Beveridge William T. Dymond Jr. Lauren Pratt Lundgren STATESMEN Frank Cotter Jr. Alexander L. Eckman Margaret Brown Ellis Julius Farkas Kevin M. Gmiter Karen Sprock Hunka Joseph M. Labuda II Stephen T. Liu Timothy Walter Lucas Andrew Christian Rojas Joann Grcich Russak Rosemary O'Leary Rutland Kim Schroeder Theleen DONORS Holly H. Blakemore Douglas A. Bloom George K. Brodell Kerin L. Fresa-Dillon Charles A. Harry Lawrence E. Loper Ranelle Miele-Nadeau Samuel A. Murgie Marjorie Green Opp Chris Sonson PRESIDENTS ASSOCIATES Mark E. Dorogy John T. Lucas David M. Mego Kevin A. Ohlson Kathy A. Ruhl George V. Thieroff Jr. Carla J. Vrsansky WASHINGTON ASSOCIATES Frank C. Botta Richard J. Burnheimer Nancy Morgan Cameron Melissa Hoffman Damiano Barry R. Fabriziani Elizabeth A. Griffin Mark McGraw WASHINGTON & JEFFERSON COLLEGE 63 JEFFERSON ASSOCIATES Clayton T. Hardon Peter M. Panchura STATESMEN Susan McKown Beard Dorothy Robison Collins Paul D. Crain Ernest P. Deleon Sarana Becker Donaldson Chris A. Dunn Michael J. Fediaczko Joseph J. Golian Elizabeth A. Hays Peter J. Henry G. Mark Jodon Winona Gardill Keener David F. Landis Michael C. Patrick Raymond D. Tedesco Craig G. Walters Jeffrey L. Weaver Michael H. Winiarski* Carl B. Zacharia DONORS Patricia Slosky Briggs Florence Haggerty Celento Helen Holland Hall Andrew M. Hirsch Christine Bradford Joy Donald E. Morgan Jr. Ronald J. Ogrodowski Mark A. Reese Carma Sprowls-Repcheck Royce W. Wilhelm Joyce Zubritsky Witowski WASHINGTON ASSOCIATE Francis X. O'Rourke CLASS OF 1983 21% PARTICIPATION LEMOYNE ASSOCIATE Chong S. Park PRESIDENTS ASSOCIATES Diane Tangalos Dorogy Sharon Cmar Murtha JEFFERSON ASSOCIATES Cynthia Leposki Martin Deborah Mendel McGlumphy Alan G. Micco Terrence M. Monteverde Mark A. Wirant "A valuable source of highly skilled candidates" LOCAL ENERGY LEADER SUPPORTS W&J SCIENCE PROGRAM James J. McCaffrey, senior vice president of sales at CONSOL Energy (pictured left), presents Michael Grzesiak, vice president for development and alumni relations at Washington & Jefferson College, with a check in support of the W&J Science Initiative. In addition to funding the sciences at W&J, CONSOL contributes to other campus projects, sustains an employee matching gift program, and provides internships and job opportunities for students. With its corporate headquarters in the Pittsburgh region, CONSOL's close proximity to W&J's campus makes the national energy leader a target employer of W&J graduates. "CONSOL Energy is proud of its longstanding partnership with and charitable support of Washington & Jefferson College," said McCaffrey, who serves on the College Board of Trustees. "We look forward to continued involvement with the College as we regard it as an esteemed local institution and a valuable source of highly skilled candidates for employment." Support from foundations and corporations like CONSOL plays a significant role in furthering teaching, research and student needs at W&J. WASHINGTON ASSOCIATES Joseph C. Jordan Karen Maletta Lang James L. Newhouse Robert S. Sensky Karen Scarborough Wicker Robert K. Wicker III STATESMEN Steven K. Aronoff Anthony D. Bartirome Albert Bates Jr. Daniel P. Colligan Thomas James Condosta David L. Conn Jacqueline Semzock Conn Jan Tudor Demartini Carla T. Falcon-Blackwell Lauren Schwerha Farrell 64 2010 � 2011 HONOR ROLL OF DONORS Lisa C. Hamilton David J. Keener Jr. David S. Kushner Michael P. Ladisic David J. Leggett Cynthia Amodio Levi John D. Noel Lorie Masturzo Roule Norman T. Roule Susan M. Rybacki Beth A. White Miroslava Zeleznik-Landis WASHINGTON ASSOCIATES Albert J. Apicella Jr. Kent W. Davis Karen Grosso Lambert Ralph J. Reda Susan L. Richardson CLASS OF 1986 18% PARTICIPATION WASHINGTON ASSOCIATES Mitchell G. Azar Daniel C. Baierl Joseph W. Balzer Cathy Spangler Sams Donald A. Walters LEMOYNE ASSOCIATE Joseph G. Gibson STATESMEN Leighton J. Annis II Anne Palmieri Ansa George A. Bednar Jill M. Carson Jeffrey F. Ciaramella Veronica A. Constantine J. Douglas Farrell Joseph P. Herbst Marjorie Jordan Ostrowski Russell W. Savory David E. Shaffer Katherine Spurrier Steratore Frank Vallelunga Joseph J. Wagner Jr. Mark A. Zelkovic JEFFERSON ASSOCIATES Kathryn Davin Barnes Edward A. Jaeger Jr. STATESMEN Rhea Sprowls Arledge Marsha L. Chaffins-Zingas Janice J. Durham-Worthington George E. Fleming Jr. Elizabeth A. Jackovic Beth Johnson-Harris Curtis J. Killar Michelle Bucci Lagnese Stephen M. Lichtman Mary E. Loftus Patrick N. Patchen Jr. Dan Radke Lynne M. Simpson Andrea L. Stephenson Karen Knox Valihura Heidi Ann Horst Wachter Linda Hunt Wagner James J. Wano Thomas B. Young WASHINGTON ASSOCIATES Jeffrey J. Conn Andrew I. Miller Linda Wiercisiewski Smylie Antonio C. Torchia DONORS Michael J. Andalaft Gregory T. Baumann Julie Evans Coyne John C. David Paula Kostolansky Ferrato Andrew J. Harris I. Scott Heller Kenneth H. Jaynes David J. Masline Janet Mazurek Masline Zee Ann Valenti Poerio Robert A. Puntel Martha Crooks Selleck Diane Jeffries Turosik Lynn Waltenbaugh STATESMEN Lynda Reiser Arai Geri L. Bacu J. Matthew Barone Gregory J. Conte Edward T. Henefer James W. Lane Jr. Nancy Rich Longman Adam G. Lougee Daniel M. Rooney Jr. Anne Danza Saxon Robert J. Walters DONORS Martin G. Byrne Valerie J. Caruso-Andalaft Frederick Ceslak Maia B. Dalton-Theodore Louis M. Dayich Sheldon B. Edwards Clay C. Kilgore CLASS OF 1984 17% PARTICIPATION Jeffrey C. Marshall Maria A. Paul Joseph A. Philbin Joseph G. Sabol Joseph R. Thomas Beth Brinsky Villotti Kenneth E. Yagodich DONORS DONORS Michael K. Ahwesh Valentina Petrone Avery Karen Kotyk Beisner John E. Cole Jason P. Devey Mark S. Dugan Martha Kyle Gluck Lisa Garchar Amoroso Michael A. Bush Todd D. Casteel Ruth Pecyk Clemens Lisa Bednar D'Onofrio Samuel E. D'Onofrio Christine L. Fleming Elizabeth Rose Jacobs Cynthia A. Kelly Randall G. Klimchock Lisa Putorti McFarland Jill Stipanovich McLinden Kathleen Tomko Molinaro Michael Potkul Debra Yaworski Rozsa Harry A. Stiffler Jr. Annette Tangalos Tsimouris Patrick J. Uram Dianne S. Wainwright MCGUFFEY ASSOCIATE Lisa A. Rehak 1781 ASSOCIATES Susan A. Cohen Willis A. McVay CLASS OF 1985 PRESIDENTS ASSOCIATE Lesa Moser Thieroff 21% PARTICIPATION Cynthia Reese Heller Amy Midouhas Keating Diane DePalma Lange William F. Murray Timothy J. Pifer Bartley T. Quillin Kevin M. Rozsa JEFFERSON ASSOCIATES Joseph V. Columbus Melissa A. Hart Virginia Bolton Jaeger PRESIDENTS ASSOCIATES Mitchell B. Bassi Kevin L. Welsh JEFFERSON ASSOCIATES Jacqueline M. Bauer Albert Brennsteiner Edmund D. Graff WASHINGTON & JEFFERSON COLLEGE 65 CLASS OF 1987 13% PARTICIPATION CLASS OF 1988 17% PARTICIPATION Karl D. Schultz Jr. Virginia Zirngibl Somplatsky Sharon Reid Spangler Michael A. Timko Kimberly Kupfer Villani Susan Storrick Timko Catherine Coyne Watson FOUNDERS ASSOCIATE Patrick A. Correnty LEMOYNE ASSOCIATE Mary Jane Miller CLASS OF 1990 14% PARTICIPATION LAZEAR ASSOCIATE William S. Platt MCGUFFEY ASSOCIATE Bernard W. Stanek Jr. CLASS OF 1989 14% PARTICIPATION PRESIDENTS ASSOCIATES Jennifer Thuransky Magee Diane Sims Thompson James P. Valecko LEMOYNE ASSOCIATE LeAnne Trachok JEFFERSON ASSOCIATES Tracey Turner Corso Tina Anania Eckhardt Lori Mascetta Galley LEMOYNE ASSOCIATE Randall S. Raner 1781 ASSOCIATES Rebecca Keen Longsworth Liese Kasparek Vito PRESIDENTS ASSOCIATES Jerry I. Hadrych Joseph J. Pontoli Jr. JEFFERSON ASSOCIATES Brian R. Hamlin Sr. Mark A. Shaw Michelle Sharik Wilkinson PRESIDENTS ASSOCIATES Robert M. Howard Wendy Anderson Howard WASHINGTON ASSOCIATES Craig A. Cahill Barbara Lange April Novelli Langford Robert A. Petcash Edith Slafka Willcox WASHINGTON ASSOCIATES Thomas E. Dinnin Ross J. Langford John E. Retzloff Tracey M. Vogel WASHINGTON ASSOCIATES Michael J. Abriatis Kristy S. Cassedy Karen Kronson Gerstner Daniel A. Rosenthal Matthew K. Sohn JEFFERSON ASSOCIATES Kevin B. Cook Steven P. Woratyla Daniel G. Zavadak STATESMEN Dominick N. Biangone Jay B. Clayton John W. Clemenza Vasiliki Pappan Clemenza Andrew C. Heublein Thomas W. Kendo Jr. Cynthia Sherensky King Gary A. Kissinger Kirk M. Lago Pammella Betlyn Laszlo Tracey Dragovich Melograne Christina Butto Midcap Michael J. Mortimer Scott F. Parratto James D. Patrizi Tammy Brown Richardson STATESMEN Patrick G. Aigner Margaret L. Carnegie Michael J. Hrosik Jane A. Kelley M. Carolyn Foust Kinskey Amy Keisling Kissinger Gabriel S. Lazzaro Grant M. Lucas Kerry L. McBride Robert J. Menkes Tara Kern Rose Jyot Saini Linda Sims G. Richard Zimmerman II WASHINGTON ASSOCIATES Robert A. Adkins Elizabeth McCarrell Crumrine Julie Page Lapcevic Thomas G. Lapcevic David N. Silverman Robert M. Smith Philomena Divizio Thomas STATESMEN Lisa Lorenzo Donina Shawn P. Echard Richard S. France Joseph M. Halfhill Sherry Burke Halfhill Kenneth E. Jones Mary Frances Ciesla McManimon David E. Pacy Sally J. Reigel Brenda Gelder Ribar Gabrielle A. Scarpaci Todd A. Ulery George A. Walton III Ellis Wongsearaya Damon W. Zeigler STATESMEN Rose Plovic Baker Stephen A. Kesicki Francis P. King Tana J. Klair Loretta D. McMahon Peter M. Rose DONORS John G. Beck Carol Logsdon Bichler Brian D. Brown Kathleen L. Cigana I. Lynn Wallace Dodd J. Alan Fuehrer Marna McCormick Hicks James E. Meyer Louis S. Otto Jeanine A. Rainone Catherine Scanga Ribaudo DONORS Susan Miller Brown John M. Cicchini Mary-Margaret Wiker Conjelko Louis P. Craig Vidya Nayak Craig Brian T. Doherty Thomas B. Foster Helene Clary Heilig Margaret L. Johnston Lucie A. Lenz Cynthia Rothblum Oviatt DONORS Diana L. Berry G. Marc Iddings Samuel K. Miller Brian P. Molinaro Steven S. Ramey Edward P. Wojnaroski Jr. DONORS Michele Sanders Altieri Cameron C. Altmar Benjamin T. Buttriss Val W. Finnell David A. Grabowski Robert G. Perry Pamela Fink Vidmar 66 2010 � 2011 HONOR ROLL OF DONORS James K. Watson Elizabeth Birmingham Williams CLASS OF 1992 11% PARTICIPATION WASHINGTON ASSOCIATES Lisa A. Baber John F. Caccamese Jr. Suzanne Van Ness Caccamese Philip A. Cestaro Paula Shurina Conn Thomas J. Rooney Sr. Paul A. Vesco Sr. James F. McKenzie Kelly McCoy McKenzie MCGUFFEY ASSOCIATE STATESMEN Matthew C. Banks Kenyon R. Bonner George M. Fatula Jr. Matthew H. Johnson Daniel T. Lader Jonathan A. Levkulich Chris J. Roe D. Craig Russell III Andrew J. Tabler Andrew J. Veyliotti CLASS OF 1991 12% PARTICIPATION Robert J. Brooks Jr. LAZEAR ASSOCIATE David A. Steinberg JEFFERSON ASSOCIATES Gilbert Floyd Jr. Jill Switalski Hamlin Frederick E. Papson Jr. 1781 ASSOCIATE Harry A. Sporidis STATESMEN Raymond Keith Cross Jr. Beth Ann Hennen Gorby Samuel R. Gottlieb Bradley F. Kendzior David D. Kuhn PRESIDENTS ASSOCIATE Jeffrey R. Sullivan WASHINGTON ASSOCIATE Tracey Foglia Burkholder DONORS Merrilee Werner Anderson Heather Zinzella Cox Kathryn A. Franz Dennis P. Hanley Jonathan Q. Kenney Janice I. Kuhn Lisa Pasierb Rebecca Gall Piorek Elisa Violi Taffe Christopher P. Vaglia JEFFERSON ASSOCIATES Daniel E. Luko Jr. Craig S. Markovitz STATESMEN Jeffrey A. Barczak Arnold R. Brock Jr. Judy Ann Gehrlein Bush Doug J. Chernovetz* Donna L. Deist Kristin Niehl Dess Lisa Bagay Hawrot April Cunningham Kline Allison Evanoff Rooney John Rowley Jr. Kacey C. Wiedt Gia M. Liberati Mary Kuster Litman Alexandra Oppenheimer Julie Grebenz Rothbardt Jennifer Timpson Russell WASHINGTON ASSOCIATES Beth Cohen Abriatis Jean Henry Mullen DONORS Jeffrey D. Casilli Cynthia N. Fulford Lisa A. Hall Donna L. Henderson Nicholas J. Kubik III Sharon Gruss Kuck Lesly Mituzas McAfee Miriam Mavrich Trelka Charles R. Weimer Adam A. Zollinger STATESMEN William H. Belski Diane Girdish Burke Shawn T. Butela Pamela Hunt Capaldi Edward J. Cirra John F. Graff IV Kelly A. Kimberland Christopher D. Kirkpatrick Seth A. Litman Amy Guerrieri Mercante Laura Minech Starling William L. Thomas Kristine L. Zottola CLASS OF 1995 10% PARTICIPATION DONORS Marc D. Ansley Rita Pasko Camacho Bethany Sage Curtis Jennifer Lynn Van Horn Dorris Tiffany Hons Frederick Michael J. Myers Natalie Rega Nichols Jeanne Pruss Osborn John A. Peoples III Louise A. Skiviat Darin P. Trelka Mark Alan Walczyk MCGUFFEY ASSOCIATE Karyn M. Brooks CLASS OF 1994 14% PARTICIPATION WASHINGTON ASSOCIATES Michele Streppa Niklaus Alison Brady Vesco MCGUFFEY ASSOCIATE Shelli DeCarlo Brooks STATESMEN Dana Dellapiazza Kelli Wasserstrom Gellis Patti J. Lacock John W. C. McNabb Jamie Josey Medved Brant T. Miller Jacob Petkovich Bryan M. Sejvar DONORS Sharon Read Austin J. Marc Buskirk Nicholas A. Como Denise Urso Galloway Geoffrey J. Kuck Marybeth Armstrong Lehman Paul E. Means Jr. Jane Perry Joy Wilhelm Rowland Bartholomew J. Verbanic Jr. PRESIDENTS ASSOCIATE Dwight C. Dachnowicz CLASS OF 1993 10% PARTICIPATION JEFFERSON ASSOCIATES Jennifer Goldstein Branstetter Claudia B. Sweger JEFFERSON ASSOCIATES Jeffrey P. Hufnagel Michele Abate Hufnagel Brian M. Popko WASHINGTON ASSOCIATES Katherine Wiedt Kovalan R. Reed Kovalan DONORS Nancy Killen Bryant Penny Suwak Dufalla Ryan L. George WASHINGTON & JEFFERSON COLLEGE 67 John A. Haines Robert Paul Kravic Thomas G. McLellan III Suzanne Heaton Musselman Frances Mele Paluda Denise Lynn Shearer Matthew Craig Sweger CLASS OF 1997 12% PARTICIPATION Francisco F. Bryant Lisa M. Folino Robert E. Frioni Jennifer Frank Goodman Bernadette Rosario Sitter Nikki A. Wilson Kelly L. Ronk Sarah Ebner Scott JEFFERSON ASSOCIATES A. Noelle Carpenter Gasparovich Jason E. Luckasevic CLASS OF 2000 11% PARTICIPATION DONORS Begene Baker Bahl Heather Zackal Etner Nicole M. Folle-Chambers Christine Buono Harrison Bryon B. Hobbs Donna Elaine Jacobe Hobbs Lynn Hoak Keller Frank Kosir Jr. Christopher S. Musuneggi Brian P. Plichta Heather Miller Purcell Jody Bovard Stuckert Gregory W. Williams Michael S. Williamson Christopher B. Witte Michael A. Wright JEFFERSON ASSOCIATE Kelly Gablick Luckasevic CLASS OF 1996 10% PARTICIPATION WASHINGTON ASSOCIATES Christopher J. Merck Philip A. Steigner WASHINGTON ASSOCIATES Anonymous Liz Newman John D. Snook III Jimil B. Wilson Ebony Miller Yeboah JEFFERSON ASSOCIATES Joshua M. Penrod Elizabeth Wood Sanders STATESMEN Daniel P. Brower John T. Andrew Chelosky Erin Elizabeth Flynn Hans H. Frederick Michael D. Hetcko Charles Anthony Hill Timothy L. Jacobs Stacey Hannan Liulias Christopher M. Merlo Stephen R. Miller Lauren Radocay Thomas WASHINGTON ASSOCIATE Robert M. Oelschlager STATESMEN Lindsay Lubecki Anness Vito C. Beneccio Jennifer L. Colpo Scott D. Hamilton Lindsay J. Ledwich Deborah A. Marks-Jones Charles E. Rea STATESMEN Michael Sean Antonis Tricia Lander Antonis William A. Callaway Rebecca Titus Colosimo Steven F. Colosimo Samuel B. Ickes Jason D. Isaly Michelle Leonard Leavy Todd M. Luckasevic Jennifer F. Shugars James A. Sitter Anna Maratos Spence DONORS Heidi Raupp Beahm Patti Zeidler Erdely Deanne Blum Forslund Amy Cline Frazee Louis D. Kitsko Lisa Baxter Leach Elizabeth A. Mehok Wendy Lowry Melda Molly Martin Russell John Andrew Scott Amanda Callipare Vaglia Heather Hull White CLASS OF 1999 8% PARTICIPATION Julie Folger Woolley DONORS Victoria Domalakes Bray Mary Alice Carpenter Mary Tarara Cholock Amanda Niebauer Dunn Greg R. Dunn Jr. Jesse Vincent Gabriel Kathy M. Heffernan Angela Sedlemeyer Lusk Matthew S. Lusk James R. Maloy Christopher L. Seese Traci Wilson Seese Timothy R. Stevenson JEFFERSON ASSOCIATE Tera Zaremba Clutter WASHINGTON ASSOCIATE Peter J. Gulden III DONORS Amy Napolitano Ferris Marc J. Ferris Brenda Bain Filer Michael J. Forslund Jason M. Furer Kirsten Bertges Hiltz Jeffrey D. Hodor Jacki Greenewald Ruskay Brenda Buckley Williamson STATESMAN Jason M. Kelecic DONORS Victoria L. Crile Emily Bush Frank P. Nathan Frank III Brandy Behanna Glenn Kelly J. Kozon CLASS OF 1998 10% PARTICIPATION CLASS OF 2001 8% PARTICIPATION JEFFERSON ASSOCIATES F. Anthony Clutter Brad A. Collins Amy Seman Hartman John R. Kustra Andrew J. Lepisto Richard L. Lesnock Patrick J. McMahon Eric J. Monzo Paula Ream Powell Timothy R. Purcell Alexis Dave Rittenberger WASHINGTON ASSOCIATE Matthew D. Henry STATESMEN Tiffany Gibbons Bacha Stacey Rhodes Brower 68 2010 � 2011 HONOR ROLL OF DONORS STATESMEN Nicole Bosley Bednarski Lindsey H. Detrick Joseph E. Morascyzk Robert P. Swart Jennifer Baumgartel Zangardi David H. Woessner Michael Yee DONORS Michael S. Anderson Joshua C. Andy Paola E. Boyle Damian J. Carrieri Teri R. Daniel Kelly J. Dollins Caleb C. Fraser Jennifer Kane Fraser Randall J. Hall Matthew R. Phillips Natalie Glass Podkul Ryan E. Ray Rita Vacca Sikora Mindy S. Snyder Todd M. Vaccaro Clint E. Watson DONORS Jennifer S. Beam David T. Braun Tera Victoria Gump Brickner Katherine Miller Campbell Brandon P. Cooper Joanne Stanley Frye Carrie Lynch Lamere Spring Seeman McCann Melissa A. Miseyka Justin R. Moccaldi David P. Muchoney Jared L. Olanoff Evan L. Uselton CLASS OF 2003 13% PARTICIPATION JEFFERSON ASSOCIATE Audrey Taylor Bores CLASS OF 2006 12% PARTICIPATION WASHINGTON ASSOCIATES Robert P. Luc Emily J. Peters Jonathan B. Herbert Matthew E. Iwaniec Gregory M. Kobulnicky Sheryl C. Kustra Emily McGuire Lozosky Justin S. Mankey Adriana Love Marshall Kevin M. McKenna Tamara L. Miseyka Michael E. Petrosky Mauri E. Peyton II Abbey C. Ross Daniel J. Suchko Michelle Goldsboro Thomas Antonio L. Valone Samuel E. Young STATESMEN Michael T. McCarthy Christopher E. Sheehan Jennifer G. Vicinie STATESMEN Robert R. Dunn Michelle A. Mantine Christina Beam Morascyzk Thomas F. Paff DONORS Matthew J. Babko Susanna Hart Babko Ryan A. Booth Nicole L. Carolla Dara S. Chun Kimberly J. Cieslik Anthony C. Dinardo Rebecca A. Fletcher Christine A. Gallagher Katie Groznik Goehring CLASS OF 2002 10% PARTICIPATION Sarah R. Quinn DONORS Kelly Skubick Airel Gina Marie Bernardo Jarod Thomas Bett Cortney DiGiovanni Capo Sarah L. Chernitsky Daniel J. Corkum Thomas L. Dawkins Jr. Brian E. Dawson Kisa M. Lape Jennifer A. Long Joyce McCauley Muchoney Kristin M. Ondecko Ligda Amber Perkins Phillips Michelle Nichole Riley Pons Mary E. Rosendale Aaron G. Shames Matthew J. Silvis Christian T. Wolfe Kaleen Spangler Wolfe Roger W. Wortman Jr. Matthew J. Zane Nicholas A. Zane JEFFERSON ASSOCIATE MaryGrace Jackovic WASHINGTON ASSOCIATE Billy C. Josay CLASS OF 2005 10% PARTICIPATION Megan E. Goodman Erica R. Gray Karla L. Johnson Samantha L. Malone Jaya K. Mehta Aimee Festa Mitchell Journey E. Myers Nicole A. Pruss Michael A. Ridenour Jr. Andrew J. Rinefierd Sarah A. Scharding Stephen D. Schlauch Edward N. Simon Amy M. Smith-Dille Brian J. Sweeney Rachel Murphy Sweeney Gary K. Tan Christopher P. Vallely Sarah Denny Zink STATESMEN Christopher A. Gisler Joshua N. Jeffries Jerrah M. Kucharski Michelle L. Monnier Stephanie S. Monroe Betty H. Rainier David A. Rometo Michelle Anderson Wertelet Jonathan D. Zahler JEFFERSON ASSOCIATE Ryan J. Rupert STATESMEN Aaron M. Kern Nicole Chorba McCandless Emory L. Redd DONORS Adam M. Bergamasco Angela M. Bertugli Matthew S. Bettinazzi Brianne N. Bilsky Jon Buck Meghan Beerbower Deisroth Andrew J. Gmiter Katherine L. Harner Jonathan E. Lozosky Anthony D. Mahramus Audrey M. Marks Amanda K. Miller Darrick W. Mowrey DONORS Jennifer M. Barozie Donald M. Brunker Kristine L. Fritz Beth Saska Gills Keith A. Gruber Gwen A. Harcar Rose Marie Fedor Kraeer Linda Campbell Neill Jonathon S. Pons David R. Shoup Jarod P. Stragand CLASS OF 2004 11% PARTICIPATION STATESMEN Zachary E. Golembiewski Michelle DelFavero Kern Karalee A. Noga WASHINGTON & JEFFERSON COLLEGE 69 CLASS OF 2007 8% PARTICIPATION Adam J. Fiejdasz Brian D. Frank Jr. Charvonne N. Holliday Trudie E. Homonai Cody L. Hoop Elisabeth A. Kelley Brett S. Kirschner Bryce W. Kiser Lawrence W. Latta Jr. Daniel G. Law Nicholas A. Matty Colin P. McNamara Ann E. Mitchell Elizabeth G. Monzi Julian E. Muganda Christine R. Muha Lauren T. Parcells Laurel A. Pilch Michael J. Reddy Ksenia Y. Shamporova Derrick L. Spooner Christopher A. Walker CLASS OF 2010 14% PARTICIPATION Willis P. Thomas Gregory A. Victor Miranda G. Vukela Leslie Walker STATESMEN Christopher M. Hickey Stephen W. Kiefer Timothy M. Wagner JEFFERSON ASSOCIATE Rachel L. Stasny STATESMEN Connor A. Frank Sarah E. Homulka CLASS OF 2011 39% PARTICIPATION DONORS Rebecca S. Barrett Steven N. Berk Lindsey A. Biddle Adam B. Deal Corey D. DiGiovanni William J. English Paul A. Esber Rachel N. Johnston Samuel G. Mann Micala N. Priola Sarah H. Rosko Raul Sandoval Jr. Ryan J. Schrift Danielle Witucki Skowronski Patrick R. Stewart Brandon J. Studer Tammy Svitek Eric M. Taslov Aaron P. Walerysiak Paul L. Weygandt III Teralee R. Wyland DONORS DONORS Chad M. Alviani Daniel T. Barringer Craig R. Besong Nathan D. Bucklew Amanda B. Bundick Jacqueline C. Cabonor Shawn A. Carpenter David M. Carroll Courtney S. Caruso Sarah R. Charley D'Rese N. Despert Tabatha A. Dorman Matthew T. Drakeley Douglas V. Edwards Jr. Christina E. Festa Zita L. Findlay Leah Fleegle Andrea C. Fletcher Jessica D. Garcia Michael J. Gielata Ryan J. Gratchick Michael J. Graysay Bryan J. Hanrahan Talia R. Hughes Tyler J. Kaido Sara M. Lamars Nicholas P. Maochi Daniel A. Mason Terrence B. McAllister Jr. Leigh W. Myers Emily E. Pitner Joshua S. Ridenour Ashley A. Rund Katie J. Ryan Dean A. Saunders Matthew M. Seefeld Mark Sirkoch Ryan D. Stauffer Marissa A. Stevens Nathan D. Terry Micheal C. Thomas Patrick R. Thomas Jennifer J. Alman Jaclyn T. Andrews Katherine D. Bacher Jennifer E. Baker Eric J. Baran Kristine M. Barry Erika L. Beam Meghan M. Bickerton Christine A. Biedrzycki Jena L. Blakeslee Sara L. Blankenship Daniel E. Borsani Christina A. Brant Joseph Breckons III Ashley N. Briggs Lauren A. Brink Stephanie M. Brueck Alexandra N. Brueckner John M. Buffalini Alexandra E. Cabonor Bryant T. Cappelletti Christopher A. Cappellini Ashley E. Cavalcanto Chelsea L. Cerini Rachel M. Corsinelli Christianna M. Cox Chamois R. Crookshanks Allyson M. Davic Noah M. Delmar Dana N. DeMarino Jana K. DiSanti Travis J. Dombeck Marybeth D. Donnelly David J. Doom David M. DuBois John G. Dumnich Jr. Taylor J. Eddens Katelynn D. Falleroni Joseph R. Feather Michael C. Ferraro Kristin Frankenberry Jaime N. Gehry Melissa A. Genger Kaitlyn R. Gilfoyle CLASS OF 2009 7% PARTICIPATION STATESMAN Kerri A. DiGiovanni DONORS Christopher M. Baratz CLASS OF 2008 9% PARTICIPATION Bradley L. Begonia Joseph D. Caveney Megan L. DuBois Pierce W. Hance Jr. Rachel Hyland Hastings Andrew C. Heisler Erin Kisak Alicia J. Kordistos David Lewandowski Sarah N. McGregor Mandy E. McManamon Brigitte M. Myers Michael J. Niggel Devin M. O'Malley Carley R. Riggin Elaina R. Sendro Amanda N. Sheehan Matthew P. Stripp Kimberly J. Urcho Zachary C. Wandrisco Edward J. Werner III WASHINGTON ASSOCIATE Peter G. Elers STATESMEN Ashley N. Holman Ruby I. Klashman Stephanie S. Yeager DONORS Cheryl A. Angus Andrew D. Bell Ashley D. Carbaugh Allison L. Casoli Carrie L. Connelly Rose A. Cunningham Jessica M. D'Arcy Kelsey E. Donahue 70 2010 � 2011 HONOR ROLL OF DONORS Cara Gray Nathan R. Harmotto Bo R. Harstine Leah N. Herzog Edward T. Hirsh Lily J. Hoffman Dent S. Holden IV Courtney N. Holdrieth Daniel S. Hood Leslie A. Humbert C. Michael Irvin II Angela M. Jones Jessica Jones Kayla M. Kaminski Blake Kimmel Kenneth C. Klein Joshua N. Kohler Ashley V. Kondas Heather M. Kraus Ashley C. Krepps Michael Krulock III Amber S. Kuntz James T. Kuntz Alison E. Laughlin Matthew R. Lawton Peter E. Leehan Ryan D. Lehman Michael J. Lewandowski Amanda M. Loutitt Sean D. Maddock Jennifer M. Magee Tessa L. Markle John B. Mathews Bernard P. Matthews III Justin R. McCloskey Sharon E. McCray Katelynd A. McElhany Samantha B. Miles Carolyn A. Milne Ann C. Moniodes Michael A. Navari Ashley L. Naylor Jonathan L. Nemec Brian Norville Ashley E. Null Christopher J. Olsen Alex J. Patterson Rebecca L. Pfeifer Mark E. Pleiss Emma C. Price Kayla D. Pringle Amy L. Prosser Nicholas G. Puckett Shanna E. Reese Michael J. Roesch Brandon J. Sansom Courtney S. Schrock Millicent E. Shek John Shekailo Breanna M. Smith Krysta M. Smith Kayla M. Spridik Sommer L. Sprowls Jordan Stanley Kathryn Steffen Stephanie E. Thellman Melissa J. Tolomeo Alyssa L. Tousignant Katelyn D. Tronetti Alexandra M. Tropea Kathleen Van Schaik Shannon R. Wagner Scott C. Wallace Elizabeth B. Wasserman Katelyn E. Wescott Katherine J. Wieber Alicyn G. Wiedrich Meghan R. Wingard Joseph D. Winters Michelle C. Wuenstel Kyle D. Yebernetsky Julie A. Yorkshire Julianne T. Zackey Jordan M. Zivoder Alyssa B. Zrimsek LEMOYNE ASSOCIATES Donald S. Dazen '79 and Karolyn N. Dazen McClellan A. DuBois '70 and Lynn DuBois John E. Frazier II '62 and Nicole Frazier Joseph G. Gibson '86 and Elizabeth Gibson William P. Keen and Sarah Keen Sudha R. Katragadda Rick Kohr II and Holly Kohr Joseph B. Leckie '50 and Betty Leckie David Lynch and Dorothy Davis Edward M. Morascyzk '75 and Elaine Morascyzk James H. Norris '75 and Ann Annase John Mark Scott Jr. '69 and Judith Scott Donald J. Snyder Jr. '72 and Karen Foster Snyder Gordon E. Swartz '68 and Deborah C. Doyle George V. Thieroff Jr. '82 and Lesa Moser Thieroff '84 Ray Verlinich '77 and Martha L. Verlinich MCGUFFEY ASSOCIATES Robert J. Brooks and Susan Brooks John Curtis Burns '80 and Pamela L. Burns John R. Echement H'98 and Gertrude J. Echement Andrew G. McIlvaine '70 and Julie McIlvaine Kevin Smith and Terri Smith JEFFERSON ASSOCIATES John Blake Jr. and Cheryl Blake Ray T. Charley and Catherine H. Charley Dominic A. Colaizzo '70 and Rachael Colaizzo David Allan Drabkin '75 and Jane Saperstein Drabkin '74 George M. Fatula Sr. '67 and Renetta D. Fatula Daniel Faulk and Cynthia H. Faulk Elaine Kathryn Geris '75 and Richard Allen Falk Stephen V. Martin '81 and Kathleen Martin Michael Dean Mosites and Andrea Mosites Stephen W. Nugent and Lori A. Long Carmen Paliotta and Antoniette Paliotta Yvonne Leffler Rathgeb James Rupert Jacqueline Scarborough Richard R. Soeder and Barbara L. Soeder Claudia B. Sweger '94 and Craig R. Sweger Constance L. Trelka '76 and Dennis G. Trelka John Turcik and Priscilla Turcik 1781 ASSOCIATES Andrew Aloe '76 and Michelle DeFrancesco Aloe '76 Clifford E. Hellberg '79 and Kathryn Hellberg Kenneth M. Mason Jr. '64 and Marilyn Roberts Judith S. Rettger Luke Sossi and Jessica Sossi David L. White '76 and Jackie Jones PRESIDENTS ASSOCIATES Susan Webreck Alman '75 and Robert J. Alman Harriet Branton Howard J. Burnett H'98 and Maryann DePalma Burnett Ronald Calhoon and Susie Calhoon Nicholas J. Cavoti and Teresa Cavoti David DiBenedetto Sr. and Corrine DiBenedetto Paul G. Finch and Marie A. Finch Ronald W. Frank and Marsha K. Frank Mallard T. George '73 and Donna T. George Kenneth Haver and Judith Haver C. Michael Irvin '78 and Paula Irvin Joseph Jackovic and Dorothy Jackovic Sitha Rama Katragadda and Parents Parents and grandparents of students and alumni see first hand the value of a W&J education through the experiences of their children and grandchildren. The College is grateful for their generous contributions to support its operations. FOUNDERS ASSOCIATE David A. Ross '78 and Dana Crummer LAZEAR ASSOCIATES Richard Cameron and Edwina W. Cameron H'00 Peter J. Ross '74 and Louise Kirkpatrick Ross '74 Daniel Rowley and Judith Rowley WASHINGTON ASSOCIATES William R. Balash H'94 and Theola Balash WASHINGTON & JEFFERSON COLLEGE 71 Edward J. Balzarini Jr. and Sara W. Balzarini William Barnet III and Valerie Barnet Felix Brueck and Ann K. Smith James W. Cameron '80 and Nancy Morgan Cameron '81 Anthony C. Canterna and Patricia Canterna William Cox and Sylvia Morris-Cox Joseph Dougherty and Natalie Dougherty William W. Dukett and Shirley Dukett Patricia Harrison Easton '74 and Richard F. Easton Jr. Vincent S. Franz Jr. '57 and Patricia Franz E. W. Jeffreys and Beverly Jeffreys David A. Kenney '71 and Valarie Kenney Joseph W. Kormuth Jr. '61 and Zorica Jarnjevic Thomas G. Lapcevic '87 and Julie Page Lapcevic '87 Paul G. Lucas '69 and Barbara Bartley Lucas Robert Meeder Stephen C. Minana Michael H. Orstein and Heather Orstein Jennifer Roberts Arthur J. Rooney Jr. Daniel Rooney and Patricia Rooney Victor M. Rudkin '68 and Barbara G. Rudkin Bernard A. Staskiewicz '47 and Phyllis Staskiewicz George Stewart II and Susan Stewart John P. Unice '65 and Carolyn Unice Neil E. Wummer and Grace Wummer John A. Balacko and Glenda J. Balacko Brian Barno and Carol Barno Paul Baroffio and Mary Lynn Baroffio Bea Herbeck Belnap Carol Bichsel David Bodie and Consuelo Bodie William B. Boyles H'98 and Lee Boyles Paul R. Callaway and Mary Allison Callaway Richard A. Campbell and Sandra Campbell Ralph A. Capone '74 and Andrea Capone Brian Carlin and Cheryl Carlin John Cezniak and Patricia Cezniak Thomas Clark and Karen Clark Anthony B. Cocciolone '75 and Carol A. Cocciolone Daniel P. Colligan '83 and Joann Colligan Carl Correia and Karen Correia James T. Couch and Anne L. Couch Louis J. Couture Paul D. Crain '82 and Kathleen D. Crain Beth A. Creehan and Richard A. Creehan Dennis Crookshanks and Rebecca Crookshanks David J. Cunningham and Karen E. Cunningham Robert B. Daggett and Sharon E. Daggett Vincent P. D'Auria '75 Gary Defilippo '76 and Joan Kinick Defilippo '76 Amy Depew David Depew Nicholas Dubina and Barbara E. Dubina Eric Egelman James Falvo and Donna S. Falvo J. Douglas Farrell '84 and Lauren Schwerha Farrell '83 Thomas Figuly and Margret Figuly John Fink and Terri Fink Violet Robertson Forrest '72 and Robert G. Forrest H'96 Robert Foust and Tracey Foust George Gavin and Nancy Gavin Ralph Germak and Mary Germak James B. Geshay '77 and Renee P. Geshay Margaret Gezzer Robert Goodwin Jr. and Darla Goodwin Frederick A. Green and Eva L. Green Joseph Griffith and Lora Griffith James Halferty and Donna Elaine Halferty Edward Heltman Daniel O. Hensell '69 and Nancy Hensell James Herb and Covi Herb Stephen Homcha and Margaret Homcha Roger P. Howard and Robin S. Howard Max D. Humbert '75 and Barb Humbert Karen Sprock Hunka '80 Lew Irwin and Marcia Irwin Thomas Jenkins and Joyce Jenkins Paul Kaminski and Patti Kaminski Robert Kirkpatrick Jr. and Lori Kirkpatrick Keith Knopes and Babara Knopes Thomas J. Kohler and Mary A. Kohler Rosemary Kosiorek Doug R. Krause and Christine D. Muller Krause Robert L. Krepps and Linda L. Krepps Michelle Bucci Lagnese '85 Frank Lally Jr. and Kriss Lally Daniel Lang and Christine Lang Kevin Lee and Marisa Lee James Lesniak Mark E. Lobell Kevin Long and Michelle Long Louissaint Louis Tsambikos Mahramas and Robin Mahramas Andrew Mangold and Laurie Mangold Jim Marker and Carol Marker John Mary and Cathy Mary Paul McCreery and Barb McCreery John J. McDermott Brian McInnins and Jolie McInnins Paul McLellan and Karen Hundemer Loretta D. McMahon '87 and Robert McMahon William J. McMahon and Nora McMahon Michele U. McMonagle Frederick Meyer and Thecla Meyer Skip Michalski and Sally Michalski Alan Mikol and Barbara Mikol Mark Milchak and Maureen Milchak James Miller III and Anne Miller Joseph Miller and Patricia Miller Ricci A. Minella '79 and Carmelita Minella Peter Monzi and Julie Monzi Richard Mowrey Juanita L. Myers and Wayne Myers Clark Necciai and Annette Necciai Elvis Norville and Andrea Norville Margaret Omslaer F. Noel Parent III '78 and Kathleen K. Parent Michael C. Patrick '82 and Susan Patrick Yvonne Paul Jeanne B. Perry Dennis Pishney David Popovic and Caroline Popovic Robert Pyatt and Catherine D. Pyatt William Rayner Jr. and Suzanne Rayner Jack A. Rea Jr. and Dorris Rea Robert A. Reed and Nancy E. Reed Gregory Ringeling and Joan Ringeling Cindy C. Ross and Mark J. Ross Thomas Rudolph and Evelyn Rudolph Sally Rusin Sandra Evans Sarnicke '79 and Samuel Sarnicke Melissa Savage Christianne Schoedel Keith Schuette and Colleen B. Schuette Gregory G. Schwab and Bonnie L. Schwab Nicholas L. Sewell and Magda L. Binion STATESMEN Babatunde Alemoh and Nancy Alemoh Joseph Alvarez and Melinda Alvarez Shadi Arnita and Elizabeth Arnita John Augustine and Tammy Augustine Jeffrey Baker and Christine Tichansky 72 2010 � 2011 HONOR ROLL OF DONORS Andrew G. Shayne Patrick J. Shea and Susan P. Shea Matthew Simms and Vicki Simms Gary Sipe and Kathleen Sipe Cindy A. Smith and Jeffrey Smith Kevin Smith and Lori Smith Joy Soeder John Stobert and Connie Stobert Andrew Stouffer and Gena Stouffer Ronald Stoyanoff and Deborah Stoyanoff Gary J. Swegal '76 and Suzanne Nard Swegal '78 Thomas Szejko and Kelly Szejko Robert Taylor and Marcia Taylor Randy Thornlow and Geraldine Thornlow John Van Schaik and Maureen Costigan Matthew Vizzini and Jayne Vizzini Jeffrey Walsh and Wendy Walsh Zhenyuan Wang and Lin Fan Michael H. Winiarski '82* and Sherry L. Winiarski William Zack and Virginia Zack Yuhe Zhao and Aling Li R. W. Ziegler Allan Zytnick and Ruth Rosen Zytnick Duane Beam and Sally Beam Charlene Bedillion and Tommy Bedillion Susanne Behringer Steven Bentzel and Margaret Bentzel Richard Berteotti and Kathleen Berteotti Robert Besong and Bonnie Besong Jeffry M. Betler '77 and Susan A. Betler Jill M. Bevilacqua John Biedrzycki and Theresa Biedrzycki Robert L. Bigley and Rosemary Bigley Michael G. Bitterice and Janice E. Bitterice J. M. Blankenship and Gloria Blankenship William Bowen Richard Boyd and Sharon Boyd Scott R. Brady and Janet L. Brady James Braithwaite Jr. and Carol Braithwaite Theodore Brant and Virginia Brant Denny Brock and Jacqueline Brock David Brown and Shirley Brown Herbert Brown and Tami Brown James Bugajski and Kathleen Bugajski Mark Burd and Margaret Burd Priscilla C. Burt Alexander Burzese and Amy Burzese Thomas Buxton and Cynthia Buxton Robert Cabonor and Sharon Cabonor James O. Campbell and Donna K. Campbell Joel W. Cannon and Clair F. Cannon William Cappelletti and Kelly Cappelletti Joseph Cappellini Derwyn L. Carpenter and Regina L. Carpenter Stephen G. Carpenter and Rosalie T. Carpenter Joseph Caruso Jr. and Sandra Caruso Ernest R. Cerini and Debra Cerini Gerald H. Cerrone '78 and Kimberly K. Cerrone William Charles and Christine Charles John Chedrick and Lisa Chedrick Dawn Chiaramonte Laura Cleveland Brand J. Closen and Barbara J. Closen John Columbia and Dovonna Columbia James J. Combine and Susan L. Combine Peter Comly and Amy Comly Edward Conkle John Conley and Michele Conley Pegeen Corbin Lance Creel and Kelly Creel Kenneth Cronin and Linda Cronin John Cura and Diane Cura James Dagg and Michelle Dagg John C. David '83 and Joyce L. David Daniel Deckman and Sherry Deckman Maura A. DeRiggi Donald Detts and Elizabeth Detts Albert Digennaro and Luann Digennaro Jeffrey Dingess and Sharon Dingess John Disanti and Judy Disanti Thomas W. Dodd Sr. and Carol L. Dodd Paul Doman and Kathleen Doman Ivan W. Donahey and Joann Donahey Jon Donathan and Twyla Donathan Dennis Dowler and Darlene Dowler Thomas E. Drakeley '77 and Susan Drakeley Cheri L. Duball and John Duball Billie Betler Eaves '80 and Peter Eaves Richard Elias and Carol Elias Thomas English and Margaret English Robert Erdely and Michele Erdely Thomas Erickson Michael Falo and Jamie Falo Susan Fedorovich Howard N. Ferimer and Michelle Ferimer Angelo Ferraro and Patricia Ferraro George Fischer and Michelle Fischer Suzanne Fisher Joseph Fitzgerald and Debra E. Fitzgerald Rita Terek Flaherty '74 and John Flaherty Gary Flannery and Rose Mary Flannery Daniel T. Foran and Alix A. Foran Leonard Fornella and Sandra M. Fornella Ronald L. Frankenberry and Cindy S. Frankenberry Von S. Fuller and Cindy Fuller Bill Gaber and Cindy Gaber James Gante Sr. and Virginia Gante Samuel F. Garcea and Judith E. Garcea John J. Gilmore Paul Glagola and Donna Glagola Stan Glowaski and Anna Marie Glowaski Richard Gottlieb and Sue Gottlieb David A. Grabowski '90 and Reci Grabowski Randy Gratchick and Carol Gratchick John J. Gregor and Melissa W. Gregor Russell L. Cowden Jr. '79 and Carolyn L. Griffeth Jeffrey Guarinoni and Lisa Guarinoni David T. Gutowski and Jacqueline S. Gutowski Tim Guy and Lisa Guy Michael Haas and Michelle Haas Bernadine Habursky Robert Haflett and Linda Haflett James Hall and Cynthia Hall Cynthia Hallberlin George Hanne and Kerry Hanne James Hanrahan and Monica Hanrahan Linda Hansen Robert Harmotto and Connie Harmotto Thomas Healy Jr. and Virginia Healy DONORS Timothy Abraham and Beth Abraham Peter Adamski and Lois Adamski Abe Ademovic and Seherzada Ademovic James W. Ashbaugh William Austin and Allison Austin David Axner and Christine Axner Kellie H. Baird and Russ J. Baird Michael Banko and Linda Banko Teresa Barger Reynaldo Barinas and Helena Barinas Stephen J. Barone '76 and Rosemary B. Barone Kenneth Barry and Lisa Barry Carol Baxter WASHINGTON & JEFFERSON COLLEGE 73 Thomas E. Heisler and Kathy A. Heisler Stephen H. Hildreth and Lorie A. Hildreth Steve Hipley and Sharon Hipley Gregory P. Hirsh and Mary Anne Hirsh Dianne Horn Linda E. Howarth Michael Hritz II and Kathleen Hritz Richard Inman and Andrea Inman Bartley Ives and Mary Ives Kenneth H. Jaynes '83 and Susan Jaynes Marc Johnson and Sandra Johnson Ronald G. Johnson and Linda A. Johnson J. Gregory Jolissaint and Deborah Jolissaint Frank L. Karch and Diane M. Karch Eric Kaufman and Dorthy Kaufman Venkatesh Kaushik and Mala Kaushik Robert D. Kearney '73 and Susan Kearney Barry L. Keidel and Kimberly A. Keidel Raymond O. Kelchner and Kathryn A. Kelchner James Kell and Christine Kell Judith Kelley Keith H. Kemp and Julie A. Kemp Donald F. Kirby and Debra Kirby Mark Kirschner and Donna Kirschner Thomas Knarr and Gina Knarr George Kobulnicky and Veronica Kobulnicky Martin Kollar IV and Jacqueline Kollar Robert Kostelnik and Polly Jo Kostelnik John W. Kozon and Patricia Kozon Stephen Kracinovsky and Elizabeth Kracinovsky Paul Krause and Kathryn Krause Charles Kress Jr. and Pamela Kress Ann Kuebler Robert G. Langley '74 and Ellen L. Langley Chris LaRue and Katherine LaRue Albert G. Lebedda and Georgia Lebedda Dennis Lemley and Bonnie Lemley Richard L. Lesnock '99 and Dorothy Lesnock Todd Levenson and Sally Levenson David M. Lewandowski and Beverly A. Lewandowski Robert Lewis and Barbara Lewis Tami Licht Merico Lignelli Jr. and Jodi Lignelli Scott Liller and Mary Liller Timothy Lott and Cynthia Lott Denise Loutitt Dolly Lyon David R. Machak '73 and Ardeth Machak Margaret F. Mahramus and Nicholas Mahramus William Majurski and Lynn Hamilton James Maochi Philip Marabella and Stephanie Marabella Leon Margules and Randi Margules Howard Markle Jr. and Roxanne Markle Lisa Marquez Manuel Martinez and Imelda Martinez Shelley Marvich Anthony Mastellino Jr. and Heidi Mastellino Mark R. Mathews Sr. '73 Donald T. McCray and Patricia E. McCray Michael McDonough Maryk. McGinley Michael McLain and Patricia McLain Kevin McMenamin and Sandra McMenamin Richard McNally Jr. and Katherine McNally Amy Meehan Elias Memari and Mayada Memari Sandra Mey Robert Mies Jr. and Tammy Mies Michael A. Mihalchik and Bonnie M. Mihalchik Wayne Miles and Inge Miles Karen Miller Kenneth A. Miller and Lou A. Miller Stuart J. Miller and Joann Miller Thomas D. Miller Joseph E. Mizhir and Amy T. Mizhir George H. Mondik '53 and Donna T. Mondik Peter Moniodes and Donna Moniodes John Montecalvo and Susan Montecalvo Kevin Montgomery and Jamey L. Montgomery Geno Morelli and Renee Morelli Nicholas Morelli and Deborah Morelli Richard Morrissey and Pamela Morrissey Judy K. Moschetta Karl Mueller and Michelle Mueller Michael A. Murphy and Rebecca D. Murphy Robert P. Musgnug and Jill B. Musgnug Gary L. Myers and Mary W. Myers Robert A. Nedzesky and Kathleen M. Nedzesky Bernard A. Niebauer and Rosemary Niebauer Jean O'Donnell Kenneth Ogilvie and Dawn Ogilvie Robert Olsen Paul Ondecko and Julianna Ondecko Gregory O'Neill and Lynne O'Neill Gary Orosz and Lynn Orosz Carlos Padron and Cristina Padron Richard Pagano and Madeleine Ana Ortiz Frank H. Patterson III Gerald Paul and Nancy Paul Stephen Peddicord and Rena Peddicord Gene Pellegrene and Kendy Pellegrene William Perry and Veronica Perry John Petronzi and Georgeann Petronzi James Podrasky and Adrienne Podrasky William Polovich and Joyce Polovich Bert Popovich and Nadine Popovich Matthew Portz and Anne Portz Michael Presley and Penny Presley Douglas Pringle and Susan Pringle Samuel R. Puckett and Teresa A. Puckett Jeffrey Putt and Nicole Putt Valveeman Rajasekaran and Sakuntala Rajasekaran Edward J. Regula and Toni Regula Ralph Resnick and Beverly Resnick George Retos Jr. '70 Wendy Reynolds James Rigney and Mary Rigney Charles Riley and Susan Riley Robert J. Rinefierd Jr. and Barbara A. Rinefierd Michael Roesch and Kathleen Roesch Philip Rohlfing Thomas Rose and Victoria Rose Raymond Rosenbaum and Wendy Rosenbaum Howard Rosenberg and Kathleen Rosenberg Carol Rothey Gail P. Ruhkamp Marjorie Ruschel Joseph Russell and Mary L. Russell Diane Ryan Terrance Ryan Ralph Ryhal and Maria Ryhal Winthrop Sargent and Deborah Sargent Gerald Saussol and Phyllis Saussol Mark Schaitkin Cynthia Schneider Jeffrey Schrader and Stephanie Schrader Michael Schuckers and Diane Schuckers Michael A. Schumacher and Christine A. Schumacher Mark B. Schumaker James Sciulli Kenneth Sellinger Sr. and Linda Sellinger George Shabla 74 2010 � 2011 HONOR ROLL OF DONORS Arnold Shaner and Kathy Shaner Larry J. Shaw and Cindy Shaw James Sheehan and Diane Sheehan Peter S. Shek '73 and Debra A. Shek William Shumaker and Kimberley Shumaker Steve Shuman and Tammy Shuman George C. Simon II and Yvonne Simon Donald Smallwood Jr. and Cathy Smallwood Tracey Smeltzer Leonard L. Smith and Catherine Smith Robert J. Somplatsky '77 and Virginia Zirngibl Somplatsky '88 Armand L. Spooner and Agnes Spooner John Stanley and Lori Stanley Thomas Steffen Robert Stephenson and Joan King Keith Stevanus and Cathy Stevanus Robert L. Stevens and Helyn R. Stevens Thomas F. Stock and Alice M. Stock Deborah Thompson Stout '79 and Ed Stout Dorothy Suess Gary Suess Warren Sufrin and Adele Sufrin Gary M. Switzer and Donna M. Switzer James Szyslowski and Linda Szyslowski Peggy Tannenholtz William Testa and Lori Testa Prashant Thakore and Rina Thakore Micheal E. Thomas and Lorie A. Thomas Randy Thomas and Jillian Thomas Robert R. Thomas and Susette Thomas Mark V. Toldero and Kim T. Toldero Giacomo Tolomeo and Rosa Tolomeo Dan Trefelner Michael Trimpert Jr. and Keri Trimpert Wayne Tropea and Edeltraut Tropea Floyd F. Trunzo and Rebecca L. Trunzo Angelo Turco and Angela Turco Cathy A. Uselton and Leonard Uselton Thomas Valdisera and Betsy Valdisera Scott Vannoy and Cynthia Vannoy Fred Vero and Kimberly Vero David Verrico J. David Vojtko and Deborah Vojtko Louis Wagner Jr. and Paula Wagner Richard Wallace and Lisa Wallace Scott A. Wallace and Margaret A. Wallace Joan C. Walsh Sarah Walters Marlene Wandi Lee S. Watelet and Deborah L. Watelet Kathleen Watson Michael H. Weatherbee and Barbara J. Weatherbee Kathy Weaver Roger Weaver and Michelle Weaver Pauline Webb Robert Weibley and Linda Weibley Richard S. Wellins and Ellen L. Wellins Mark Wescott and Shirley Wescott Christopher White and Patricia White Samuel Whiteman Jr. and Elizabeth Whiteman Ronald Williams and Denise Williams Thomas K. Williams and Cynthia Williams Dennis Wilson and Sharon Wilson Terrence Wirginis and Pamela Wirginis William L. Witham Jr. and Donna S. Witham Michael Wuenstel and Cindy Wuenstel John Wurtzer and Kathy Wurtzer Theresa Wyant Vincent Yevins and Milissa Yevins William Yorkshire and Diane Yorkshire Todd Young and Melissa Young David Zampatti and Karen Zampatti Gerald Zivoder and Judith Zivoder Patricia Zur Richard Y. Haddad H'00 and Susan Haddad John L. S. Northrop H'99 and Rose Northrop Seth Rosenberg and Janet Rosenberg Dorothy A. Servis H'94 Jeff Werthan and Susan Miller Werthan Friends The support of W&J friends demonstrates the College's reach beyond the boundaries of campus, connecting members of the College community to individuals close to home, across the country and around the world. JEFFERSON ASSOCIATES James J. Barnes Marjory Condit Robert Gallagher Erik Kocher Donna Patterson Nancy Seidel FOUNDERS ASSOCIATES Anonymous Violet Bica-Ross Joseph A. Hardy Sr. H'84 and Rebecca Hardy Anica D. Rawnsley H'03 John A. Swanson and Janet Swanson WASHINGTON ASSOCIATES Ruth Bobula Maryleona Clapsaddle Christopher Jones Frank Mazurek Jr. Margaret D. Oliver* LAZEAR ASSOCIATES Charles J. Queenan Jr. and Joann H. Queenan Diana L. Reed Ruth A. Rowley STATESMEN Troy Bonte Elizabeth A. Caruthers Kay A. Cober Rollie Daniels Jeanne Davis Margaret L. Day Aileen Deutsch Nan DiBello John Dinella and Angela Dinella Phyllis K. Duffield Linda R. Elliott Delores Faunce Valerie Flizanes Kathleen Fulton Thomas Hadinger Phyllis L. Hartman Janet C. Hawkins B. K. Holman and Theresa Holman Michael Homulka and Denise Homulka Sherman E. Kahn and Nancy S. Waite-Kahn Eugene W. Klaber and Tanya Klaber Donna Krepps Marianne Lane LEMOYNE ASSOCIATES Barron P. McCune Jr. and Ann McCune Evalyn Rogers Holly Beall Wallace MCGUFFEY ASSOCIATE Helen V. Samson 1781 ASSOCIATES Lillian Bassi James J. McCaffrey and Terry A. McCaffrey Roslyn Thompson Towler Audrey L. Walther PRESIDENTS ASSOCIATES Anonymous Janet S. Abernathy Suzy and James Broadhurst Charles W. Dillie Jr. and Claire O'Neill Dillie WASHINGTON & JEFFERSON COLLEGE 75 Helen E. Lehotzky Darlene L. Luppino Colin Meneely and Susan Meneely Jeanne M. Meskus Arles Messinger and Carol Messinger Mary Linda Panasco Lauren Panton Roger Panton Jeanne Perkins Howard Perlman Margaret W. Redding Laura Resciniti Michelle Ritchey Louise Rohrer Maryanne Roode Charlotte E. Rosenberry Marcia Schonberg Nicholas A. Sewell Harry Shine and Robin Shine Alvin Stein and Judith Stein Allan Tedesco John Terry III and Shelley Terry Janine S. Ware Robert A. White Thomas R. Wiley Andrew Winder and Malinda Winder Charles Flock W. K. Ford and Deloris Ford Andrea Franks Edward Franz Grace Fultz Thomas C. Fuqua Thomas C. Fuqua Jr. Betty Jane Godfrey Herald Green and Mary A. Green Danny Grundel Katrine Gutman Nancy Hammett Melbajean Holland Janet Honecker Mary J. Hopkins Catherine Hougan Francine Kamen Norman Kennedy and Suzanne K. Kennedy Susan Kerr Fred Knight Rebecca J. Kurtz Erik Lechner Evelyn McClenathan Arlene McDonough Keith E. Neill Nkinyam C. Ngoh Mary V. Nicolella Brandee N. Norris Carol Nussbaum Glenn Perrache Susan J. Powell Shirley Freund Radman Florence Raymond Charles Rickey and Ethel Rickey Peter Romaine Irene Rothschild Scott M. Ryan Christian C. Schrader Stanley Schrembeck Mary Ann Scott Matthew Spicuzza Frederick Stamp Jr. James M. Stark and Kish Stark Ryan A. Stotka MacKenzie Stroh Catherine R. Sutherland Jacob Testa Ronald W. Thompson and Mona L. Thompson Theresa Trevino William Walsko and Dorothy Walsko Paul E. Weber and Ann Weber Frances Welling Kenneth White Mark G. Wholey and Kathryn F. Wholey George J. Wolfe and Mary Ann D. Wolfe Ruth Woodward Doris Wrenshall Frederick J. Frank H'86 and Frances J. Frank Lori Mascetta Galley '88 and John Galley Jeffrey P. Hufnagel '93 and Michele Abate Hufnagel '93 Thomas J. Leydig '80 and Cheryl Medich Leydig '81 Albert L. Rabenstein '52 Claudia B. Sweger '94 and Craig R. Sweger Julie Throckmorton Constance L. Trelka '76 and Dennis G. Trelka Faculty, Staff and Retired Employees Financial contributions from W&J faculty and staff indicate their commitment to the College mission and their dedication to ensuring the strong future of the institution. WASHINGTON ASSOCIATES Anonymous Robert A. Adkins '87 Patricia A. Brletic '75 Michael Camden Roberta Cross and John Nesbit William W. Dukett and Shirley Dukett Patricia Harrison Easton '74 and Richard F. Easton Jr. Anthony Fleury Amy N. Lloyd Steven M. Malinak and Christa Malinak Debra L. Morris Michael H. Orstein and Heather Orstein Roland H. Schriver and Nancy Schriver Bernard A. Staskiewicz '47 and Phyllis Staskiewicz Gerald E. Stebbins and Karen L. Stebbins Richard C. Stephens '52 John P. Unice '65 and Carolyn Unice LEMOYNE ASSOCIATES Tori Haring-Smith and Robert H. Haring-Smith William P. Keen and Sarah Keen 1781 ASSOCIATES Dennis E. McMaster and Chris McMaster Alton E. Newell and Elsie Eagle DONORS C. M. Abdalian and Colleen Abdalian Margaret Allison Carolyn Blayney William Blick Raymond Brown and Susan Hazlett Eugene Campbell Constance Levy Ceisler Michael Cerce and Jeanne Cerce Mary F. Clark Craig Colvin and Janet Cable Denise R. Cummins John Daniels and Paula Daniels Curry Darlington John Day David R. Dehaas Donald DiBello and Cynthia DiBello Michael B. Digman Emma Lou Duda Jeannette Evans Deborah Factor Jennie M. Ferralli PRESIDENTS ASSOCIATES Howard J. Burnett H '98 and Maryann DePalma Burnett Nicholas J. Cavoti and Teresa Cavoti Michael P. Grzesiak and Karen E. Grzesiak Joseph B. Leckie '50 and Betty Leckie Byron P. McCrae Susan Medley Karen Oosterhous K. Wayne Robison and Luann Robison Carl R. Rotz and Martha Rotz John Mark Scott Jr. '69 and Judith Scott STATESMEN Anonymous Michelle Anderson Paul L. Bickerton '73 and Darcy Bickerton William B. Boyles H'98 and Lee Boyles Thomas Contreras and Kathy Contreras Michael Crabtree and Mary Pillow Beth A. Creehan and Richard A. Creehan Karen B. Crenshaw Kerri A. DiGiovanni '09 JEFFERSON ASSOCIATES Lori Dougherty and Stephen M. Dougherty Daniel Faulk and Cynthia H. Faulk 76 2010 � 2011 HONOR ROLL OF DONORS Nicholas Dubina and Barbara E. Dubina Robert R. Dunn '03 and Leslie Dunn James Falvo and Donna S. Falvo Violet Robertson Forrest '72 and Robert G. Forrest H'96 Sayre Greenfield and Linda V. Troost Lisa C. Hamilton '83 Charles T. Hannon and Uma R. Satyavolu Mark F. Harris and Nancie T. Harris Terese F. Hines Timothy S. Klitz and Jane E. Caldwell Ralph Liberatore Ross Luther and Annette Drew-Bear Luther Loretta D. McMahon '87 and Robert McMahon Dean C. Morrow '68 and Patty Morrow Juanita L. Myers and Wayne Myers Charles E. Rea '00 and Barbara G. Rea Jack A. Rea Jr. and Dorris Rea Peter Riesbeck Cindy C. Ross and Mark J. Ross Nora A. Semler William S. Sheers '71 Cindy A. Smith and Jeffrey Smith Sarah J. Sperry Vicki L. Staton Richard J. Stevens Jr. and Kathy J. Stevens Thomas Szejko and Kelly Szejko Timothy M. Wagner '07 James C. White II Edwin C. Williams Jr. '73 and Mary M. Williams Mei Yu Yang Joel W. Cannon and Clair F. Cannon Stephen G. Carpenter and Rosalie T. Carpenter Edward E. Cochran and Debra Cochran Joseph DiSarro and Judy Moses John Dowling Cheri L. Duball and John Duball Billie Betler Eaves '80 and Peter Eaves T. Scott Frank '71 and Sarah Frank Manabu Sato Gai and Zheya Gai Sam P. Gidas and Jackie Gidas John J. Gregor and Melissa W. Gregor Marlene Grenell and Mark Grenell Linda E. Howarth Angela M. Jones '11 David J. Kolski and Mary Kolski Janice I. Kuhn '94 and Stephen D. Kuhn Carolyn R. Kyler and Jocelyn A. Sheppard Kevin A. Lee and Alice Grier Lee Robert C. Litchfield and Rachael Woldoff Margaret F. Mahramus and Nicholas Mahramus Stuart J. Miller and Joann Miller George H. Mondik '53 and Donna T. Mondik Judy K. Moschetta Kimberly S. Paletta and Larry Sibert Alexis Dave Rittenberger '99 and Jon Rittenberger Michael R. Shaughnessy and Christy P. Shaughnessy Amy M. Smith-Dille '06 and Jason S. Dille G. Valerie Strimel and Norm Strimel Michael A. Timko '88 and Susan Storrick Timko '89 Cathy A. Uselton and Leonard Uselton Beverly J. Wolf Michelle R. Wybranowski Athletics W&J alumni and friends understand the importance of a strong body, as well as a strong mind, and donate to the College's men's and women's athletic programs to benefit current and future generations of student-athletes. Anonymous (2) Patrick G. Aigner '89 Andrew Aloe '76 and Michelle DeFrancesco Aloe '76 Joseph W. Balzer '85 and Pamela Balzer Paul Baroffio and Mary Lynn Baroffio Stephen J. Barone '76 and Rosemary B. Barone Barone & Sons, Inc. Barone, Murtha, Shonberg & Associates Thomas P. Benic '67 and Barbara S. Sullivan Berkley Mid-Atlantic Group Jeffry M. Betler '77 and Susan A. Betler John L. Bord '73 and Jeanie Bord Bord and Bord Lawyers Audrey Taylor Bores '03 and Scott R. Bores Joseph Breckons III '11 Karyn M. Brooks '95 Robert J. Brooks and Susan Brooks Robert J. Brooks Jr. '92 and Shelli DeCarlo Brooks '94 Brooks Family Foundation Donald M. Brunker '02 and Danica Brunker John Curtis Burns '80 Pamela L. Burns James W. Cameron '80 and Nancy Morgan Cameron '81 Richard Cameron and Edwina W. Cameron H '00 Anthony C. Canterna and Patricia Canterna Kenneth C. Carson Jr. '53 Kay A. Cober Comdoc Jeffrey J. Conn '86 and Paula Shurina Conn '93 Raymond Keith Cross Jr. '93 and Melissa Cross Edward C. Dalglish '57 and Sally A. Dalglish Marvin L. Diehl '54 and Millie Diehl William W. Dukett and Shirley Dukett Greg R. Dunn Jr. '00 and Amanda Niebauer Dunn '00 Robert R. Dunn '03 and Leslie Dunn Eat 'n Park Hospitality Group, Inc. Eckert, Seamans, Cherin, & Mellott, LLC John R. Ferraro '70 and Bonnie Ferraro Gilbert Floyd Jr. '92 Brian D. Frank Jr. '08 John E. Frank '53 and Jeannette Frank Jesse Vincent Gabriel '00 GDK & Associates John J. Gregor and Melissa W. Gregor Michael Haas and Michelle Haas Matthew D. Henry '01 Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield James P. McArdle Fund of The Pittsburgh Foundation Christopher Jones John S. Kern '64 and Marie Kern Paul J. Kiell '52 and Benita Kiell Donald F. Kirby and Debra Kirby Ross J. Langford '89 and April Novelli Langford '88 Donald G. Lightfoot '70 and Joan S. Lightfoot Marthinsen & Salvitti Insurance Group Kenneth M. Mason Jr. '64 and Marilyn Roberts Frank Mazurek Jr. John J. McCague III '76 and Kathy McCague Barron P. McCune Jr. and Ann McCune James H. McCune and Rachel McCarrell McCune '75 John N. McElravey '54 and Mary Elizabeth McElravey Albert S. McGhee '53 and Elizabeth McGhee McKees Rocks Industrial Enterprises, Inc. David B. McWilliams '65 and Nancy McWilliams William A. Meddings '62 and Pam Meddings DONORS Steven Anderson Kellie H. Baird and Russ J. Baird Charlene Bedillion and Tommy Bedillion Jeffry M. Betler '77 and Susan A. Betler Nancy Killen Bryant '95 and Richard W. Bryant Patrick J. Caffrey WASHINGTON & JEFFERSON COLLEGE 77 Robert Meeder Metro Fence Co., Inc. Moon Township Honda-Hyundai Arthur C. Morrissey '63 and Janet Hayes Donald C. Murray Jr. '64 and Arlene Murray Robert J. Murray '65 and Christine Murray Stephen W. Nugent and Lori A. Long Michael H. Orstein and Heather Orstein Joseph A. Pacelli '63 and Joann Pacelli Thomas F. Paff '03 Pfizer, Inc. Richard J. Pinelli Sr. '78 and Tara D. Pinelli Randall S. Raner '89 John W. & Shirley E. Richman Foundation David A. Ross '78 and Dana Crummer William C. Ruha '66 and Fennai N. Ruha Gary Sams '80 and Cathy Spangler Sams '85 Ray G. Simms Jr. '58 and Karel Simms Ronald D. Snee '63 and Marjorie C. Snee Southwestern Pennsylvania Eye Center Vicki L. Staton Philip A. Steigner '97 Robert H. Stevenson '64 Peter F. Stracci '74 and Sharon Stracci David H. Trushel '51 and Cora M. Trushel John Van Schaik and Maureen Costigan Washington Area Teachers Federal Credit Union Alan R. Weill '59 and Nancy Y. Weill Jeffrey H. Welsh '76 and Debra Welsh Christopher B. Witte '98 Michael Yee '02 George W. Zannos '64 and Marilyn Serlin Gerald Zivoder and Judith Zivoder Jordan M. Zivoder '11 Memorial Gifts These meaningful gifts honor the memory of W&J alumni and friends while supporting the College in a number of important ways. In Memory of Kelly White Bonessi '81 Elizabeth A. Griffin '81 In Memory of J. David Caruthers '80 Lisa A. Balash '80 Patricia Harrison Easton '74 and Richard F. Easton Jr. In Memory of Lawrence M. Crawford '30 Donna Krepps In Memory of Eleanor DePalma Paul Scoles '72 In Memory of Julia DiBello American Orthotic & Prosthetic Mr. and Mrs. Edward Beam Carolyn Blayney William Blick Ruth Bobula Eugene Campbell Michael Cerce and Jeanne Cerce Nancy Coran Denise R. Cummins John Day Nan DiBello Donald DiBello and Cynthia DiBello John Dinella and Angela Dinella Dynamic Employees Jennie M. Ferralli Valerie Flizanes Charles Flock Grace Fultz Susan Kerr Fred Knight Vidal Knight David McCombs Keith E. Neill Mary V. Nicolella Irene Rothschild John Terry III and Shelley Terry Theresa Trevino Kenneth White George J. Wolfe and Mary Ann D. Wolfe The Friends and Neighbors of Mary Ann Wolfe In Memory of James B. Donnelly Norman T. Roule '83 and Lorie Masturzo Roule '83 Eugene W. Klaber and Tanya Klaber In Memory of Harold L. Dorwart '24 Theodore M. Slabey '45* In Memory of Sam Easoz John Daniels and Paula Daniels Solar Power Industries In Memory of John H. Eves '48 Helen E. Lehotzky In Memory of David D. Faunce Jr. '50 Delores Faunce Thomas J. Kohler and Mary A. Kohler In Memory of Helen Ford American Legion Auxiliary Unit #639 Harry Shine and Robin Shine W. K. Ford and Deloris Ford Gary L. Ford '81 and Kathy Ford Thomas C. Fuqua Jr. Thomas C. Fuqua Mt. Lebanon High School Michelle Ritchey Catherine R. Sutherland Ronald W. Thompson and Mona L. Thompson Rollie Daniels Mary Linda Panasco In Memory of Alfred J. Gentile '64 Donald C. Murray, Jr. '64 and Arlene Murray In Memory of William P. Griffin Jr. '59 Elizabeth A. Griffin '81 In Memory of James G. Hawkins '46 Charles J. Queenan Jr. and Joann H. Queenan In Memory of Anne R. Humphreys '86 Patricia Harrison Easton '74 and Richard F. Easton Jr. In Memory of A. Samuel Kaufman '55 Demas L. McVay Jr. '55 In Memory of Lester Lacock Charlotte E. Rosenberry In Memory of Walter K. Levy '52 Anonymous In Memory of John Lichvar '38 Kay A. Cober In Memory of Vincent J. Luppino '57 Darlene L. Luppino In Memory of Arthur P. Massaro '53 M. Carl Herron '53 and Elaine Herron In Memory of John G. Meskus '55 Jeanne M. Meskus In Memory of Williams M. Mitchell Allan B. Goodrich '65 and Teresa Goodrich In Memory of Julius S. Nyikos Gordon M. Core '71 and Lois Core In Memory of Richard F. Perrault '57 William J. McMahon and Nora McMahon Demas L. McVay Jr. '55 Peter J. Ross '74 and Louise Kirkpatrick Ross '74 Robert H. Shoop Jr. '60 and Janet Shoop In Memory of Frank C. Perry Jeanne B. Perry Eugene W. Klaber and Tanya Klaber In Memory of Sharon Pesich '77 Catherine Cross Roman '77 and Michael Roman In Memory of John C. Pettit Joseph DiSarro and Judy Moses In Memory of Cinda Griffin Pikulin '80 Elizabeth A. Griffin '81 In Memory of Paul E. Rathgeb Jr. '55 Yvonne Leffler Rathgeb In Memory of R. Martin Reiley '63 John S. Kern '64 and Marie Kern David B. McWilliams '65 and Nancy McWilliams William A. Meddings '62 and Pam Meddings Arthur C. Morrissey '63 and Janet Hayes Donald C. Murray Jr. '64 and Arlene Murray 78 2010 � 2011 HONOR ROLL OF DONORS Joseph A. Pacelli '63 and Joann Pacelli Ronald D. Snee '63 and Marjorie C. Snee Robert H. Stevenson '64 George W. Zannos '64 and Marilyn Serlin In Memory of Ross D. Resciniti '50 Laura Resciniti In Memory of Michael P. Rettger '01 Judith S. Rettger In Memory of John W. Rohrer, III '56 Louise Rohrer In Memory of Peter C. Rossin Rossin Foundation/ Rosetree, Inc. In Memory of Constance Salvitti Richard Cameron and Edwina W. Cameron H'00 In Memory of A. William Samson '37 Richard Cameron and Edwina W. Cameron H'00 David R. Dehaas Charles Rickey and Ethel Rickey William Walsko and Dorothy Walsko Beverly J. Wolf In Memory of Walter S. Sanderlin Jay D. Allen '68 and Susan Allen In Memory of David K. Scarborough Jacqueline Scarborough Donald C. Murray, Jr. '64 and Arlene Murray In Memory of William B. Schonberg '63 Danny Grundel Thomas Hadinger Francine Kamen Carol Nussbaum Howard Perlman Reister Lump & Burton, CPA In Memory of Henry E. Seidel '52 Nancy Seidel In Memory of Joseph I. Steele '54 C. M. Abdalian and Colleen Abdalian Raymond Brown and Susan Hazlett Center for Principled Family Advocacy Mary F. Clark Katrine Gutman Janet Honecker Mary J. Hopkins Catherine Hougan Rebecca J. Kurtz Jeremy C. McCamic '49 and Jane C. McCamic Stanley Schrembeck Matthew Spicuzza Frederick Stamp, Jr. In Memory of Hugh H. Taylor R. Burke McLemore '73 and Barbara McLemore In Memory of Bert Thoms Timothy R. Wisecarver '65 In Memory of Margaret D. Tredici Thomas J. Tredici '49 In Memory of Edwin V. Valdiserri '73 Oxford University Press Ronald O. Valdiserri '73 In Memory of Albert L. Varacallo, Jr. '79 Patricia Harrison Easton '74 and Richard F. Easton, Jr. In Memory of James A. Waite Sherman E. Kahn and Nancy S. Waite-Kahn In Memory of John W. Walther, Jr. '63 Audrey L. Walther In Memory of Ralph H. Wisniewski '64 Donald C. Murray, Jr. '64 and Arlene Murray In Memory of Michael G. Zabetakis '45 Eugene W. Klaber and Tanya Klaber In honor of the Admission Staff and Communications Staff Alton E. Newell and Elsie Eagle In Honor of Swin Cash H'11 Robert Gallagher In Honor of William W. Dukett and Shirley Dukett Alan R. Weill '59 and Nancy Y. Weill In Honor of Charles P. Eaton '64 and Judy Eaton Seth Rosenberg and Janet Rosenberg In Honor of Robert G. Forrest H'96 F. Noel Parent, III '78 and Kathleen K. Parent In Honor of Tori Haring-Smith Michael P. Grzesiak and Karen E. Grzesiak Dennis E. McMaster and Chris McMaster Byron P. McCrae James C. White, II Alton E. Newell and Elsie Eagle In Honor of Kathryn A. Mioduszewski Herald Green and Mary A. Green In Honor of Melissa L. Montgomery Alvin Stein and Judith Stein In Honor of Gerald Lee Morosco '81 A.L. Brourman Associates In Honor of Ronald V. Pellegrini '59 Eden Hall Foundation In Honor of Micker K. Samios '07 Maryk. McGinley In Honor of J. Frederick Sharer '60 and Carolyn Sharer Ronald D. McKenzie '55 and Jane McKenzie Robert B. Shust '59 and Judith Shust In Honor of Rena Sufrin Alvin Stein and Judith Stein Gifts from Organizations Gifts from organizations provide vital support for College operations. Anonymous A.L. Brourman Associates The Abernathy Fund for Conservation of the Washington County Community Foundation American Legion Auxiliary Unit #639 American Orthotic & Prosthetic AYCO Charitable Foundation Barbara and Barry Hemphill Charitable Fund Barone & Sons, Inc. Barone, Murtha, Shonberg & Associates Belfiore Vending Berkley Mid-Atlantic Group Blake Properties Bord and Bord Lawyers Brooks Family Foundation Cappelli's Beer & Pop Warehouse Center for Principled Family Advocacy Charleroi Federal Savings Bank Charles E. Hughes Memorial Foundation The Chevron Community Fund of the Community Foundation of Fayette County, PA Claude Worthington Benedum Foundation ComDoc CONSOL Energy Inc. David C. O'Leary Family I.H.S Fund Dayton Foundation Delta Dental of Colorado Doug and Betsey Schwab Family Foundation Dr. Marvin & Irene Perer Family Fund Driving Force Foundation Drs. Todd and Diane Thompson Fund Eat'n Park Hospitality Group, Inc. Eckert, Seamans, Cherin, & Mellott, LLC Eden Hall Foundation Educational Child Care The Eileen & Warren Martin Fund Honorary Gifts These special gifts celebrate loved ones or friends while supporting the College in a number of important ways. In Honor of Otto Abraham Constance Levy Ceisler WASHINGTON & JEFFERSON COLLEGE 79 Erie Community Foundation Flamenbaum Family Fund The Forsythe Foundation through PNC Advisors Charitable Trust GDK & Associates The Hearst Foundation Howard Heinz Endowment Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield Hottle & Associates, Inc. Howard Hughes Medical Institute Ideal Foundation Innogive Foundation James P. McArdle Fund of The Pittsburgh Foundation Jefferson Orthopedic Group John S. & Cynthia Reed Foundation Kohr & Associates Kristin and David Steinberg Foundation Marcy Family Foundation Margaret A. Cargill Foundation Marthinsen & Salvitti Insurance Group Massey Charitable Trust McKees Rocks Industrial Enterprises, Inc. Richard King Mellon Foundation Merck Institute for Science Education Metro Fence Co., Inc. The Michael & Teryl Nettleton Charitable Fund of the Dallas Foundation Mile High United Way Milton and Jennifer Magee Charitable Fund MM&A LLC Moon Township Honda-Hyundai Mosites Construction Company Mt. Lebanon High School The New York Community Trust The Nickel Foundation Nova Aurora Corporation Orange County's United Way Oxford University Press PA DECD Keystone Innovation Starter Kit Grant Pittsburgh Planned Giving Council Primary Care of Western PA Prudential Foundation R. G. Johnson Company Rabbi Sanford and Ruth Marcus Fund Reister Lump & Burton, CPA John W. & Shirley E. Richman Foundation RMC Rental Enterprises, Inc. Robert A. Simonin Agency, Inc. John Bayard Rodgers Trust Rossin Foundation/ Rosetree, Inc. Salvitti Family Foundation Samuel, Fannie and Irwin A. Solow Endowment Fund Paul D. Schurgot Foundation, Inc. Sewickley Valley Rheumatology Simpson Funeral Home S.J. Mulholland, Inc. Solar Power Industries Southwestern Pennsylvania Eye Center Spectroscopy Society of Pittsburgh Stanford and Barbara Trachtenberg Donor Advised Fund Stanley & Kathleen Grumbacher Fnd Swanson Charitable Gift Fund T-Bones, Inc. Ted and Karen Martin Family Fund Thomas J. and Cheryl D. Leydig Fund Tocqueville Society Trust of Madeline Frances Wills United States Steel Foundation, Inc. Washington Area Teachers Federal Credit Union Washington County Farm Bureau White Tree Service William Hal Davis Fund WJPA Radio Station Wylie Wallace Fults Foundation Youth Service America/ Sodexo Foundation Zimmerman Trust Estate Gifts These generous gifts from W&J donors who have passed away support the College's mission in various ways. Robert Bryan '44 Alex Jerome '63 Walter Stuart '50 Hugh Taylor Helen Tucker Guy Woodward '40 John Yanason '44 Lockheed Martin Corporation Lubrizol Foundation Merck Partnership for Giving Microsoft Corporation Morgan Stanley Smith Barney Nationwide Foundation North Star Mortgage Company Northrop Grumman Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company Pfizer, Inc. Piedmont Natural Gas PNC Bank Foundation PPG Industries, Inc. Procter & Gamble Company Shell Oil Company Foundation Matching Gifts Corporate matching gift programs enable W&J alumni, parents and friends to multiply their giving to the College. Abbott Laboratories Aegon Transamerica Foundation Aetna Foundation Alcoa Foundation American Electric Power Company, Inc. Anheuser-Busch Companies, Inc. AT&T Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corporation Bank of America BASF Corporation Bechtel Power Corporation BNY Mellon Foundation Caterpillar Foundation CNA Insurance Companies CONSOL Energy Inc. Cooper Industries Dominion Foundation Eaton Corporation Eli Lilly and Company Ernst & Young Foundation General Electric Corporation H.J. Heinz Company Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield Hoffman-La Roche, Inc. Home Depot IBM Corporation Instrumentation Lab Johnson & Johnson Sherwin-Williams Foundation Siemens Westinghouse Power State Farm Insurance Tektronix Towers, Perrin, Forster & Crosby, Inc. Wabtec Corporation Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. Gifts in Kind W&J alumni and friends support the College through their non-monetary gifts of tangible property or personal assets. Cappelli's Beer & Pop Warehouse RMC Rental Enterprises, Inc. Dennis G. Trelka and Constance L. Trelka '76 Exceptional care was taken to ensure the accuracy and completeness of these reports. If, despite our best intentions, you notice an error of omission, please contact the Office of Development at 724-223-6078 so that we may correct our records. 80 2010 � 2011 HONOR ROLL OF DONORS THIS MOMENT made possible by your generosity. How can paintings that have been damaged or darkened over time be restored without altering the artist's original intentions? In "The Chemistry of Art Conservation," Dr. Jennifer Logan and her students seek to answer this question in a first-year seminar course that blends science with art, history and philosophy. When you give to the W&J Fund, you give passionate professors like Dr. Logan the resources--from scalpels to goggles to fluorescent microscopes--to transform her classroom into a top-notch laboratory for W&J students. Make your moment today. Make your gift at washjeff.edu/give. WASHINGTON & JEFFERSON COLLEGE 81 Washington & Jefferson College 60 South Lincoln Street Washington, Pennsylvania 15301-4801 Non-Profit Org. U.S. Postage PAID Pittsburgh, PA Permit No. 1183 FIELD OF FOCUS Standing proud in a sea of spectators, President Tori Haring-Smith watches the red and black take on Geneva College in the Homecoming football game at Cameron Stadium. The Presidents made an impressive showing, recording a 24-7 victory over the Golden Tornadoes. For more Homecoming coverage, turn to page 24.