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Alumni News Fall ‘11 Vol. 23 No. 1

Alumni News provides an on-going review of Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, featuring news of the faculty, students, alumni, programs and activities of ACPHS. Published for alumni and friends of the College by the Office of Instituational Advancement, the magazine welcomes letters and story ideas from all members of the ACPHS community. Editors Bill Jabour Gil Chorbajian Contributing Writers James J. Gozzo, Ph. D. President Bill Jabour Michael Buckley Gil Chorbajian Contributing Photographers Jason Bryer Don Elliot Kris Qua John Ross Susan Lardner ‘84 Design Jen Danchetz - D|2 Design Defined Office of Institutional Advancement Vicki A. DiLorenzo

Vice President of Institutional Advancement

David Zdunczyk

Assistant Vice President of Institutional Advancement

Michael J. Buckley


Gil Chorbajian

executive director of marketing and communications

Deanna Ennello-Butler

Director of advancement research

Bill Jabour

Director of annual giving and alumni relations

Candace Madden

Systems administrator

John Ross

annual giving and alumni relations Officer

Debbie Lussier


In This Issue

Christina Sanvidge

Student News


Patty Tompkins

Faculty News


Coordinator of DOnor Relations AND Stewardship Events Manager

Eileen Molloy


Phyllis Belleville


Send story ideas, comments, letters and suggestions to: Bill Jabour Director of Annual Giving and Alumni Relations Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences 106 New Scotland Avenue, Albany, NY 12208 1.888.203.8010 /





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Pl President’s Ledger

Fall is always an invigorating time at the College, and this year is no exception. From new students, faculty and staff to new programs and facilities, we have much to look forward to this year. After graduating the largest class in our history last May, we were pleased to welcome nearly 1,700 new and returning students to our two campuses this fall. Our student body now represents one of the most accomplished and diverse groups in the College’s 130 year history. Our continued commitment to the success of every student in a personalized learning environment is reflected in our data from last year showing just 3% of students leaving due to academic deficiencies. Such a low academic attrition is a tribute to the quality of our students, the dedication of our faculty and the depth of resources that we have in place to enhance the development and growth of every student. In order to further support our students’ educational success, we implemented a new academic structure consisting of four schools – the School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, the School of Health Sciences, the School of Arts and Sciences and the School of Graduate Studies. This new structure will both better define our programmatic offerings and give them a clearer focus. We realize that student growth encompasses far more than just academic endeavors. Accordingly, we continue to improve the quality of life on our campuses. This summer we:


• Established a new Division of Campus Life and Global Initiatives and hired Jose Rodriguez, Ed.D. as our new Vice President. Dr. Rodriguez will focus on enhancing the quality of the student experience which will include developing a new program that is designed to offer a global experience for each ACPHS student. • Completed many campus improvements including major upgrades to Notre Dame Hall; the construction of new offices, classrooms and laboratories; and the completion of phase II of our three phase library renovation project. • Announced the launch of our “Moving Forward” Capital Campaign, whose goal is to raise $50 million to fund the enhancement of facilities, scholarships, endowed professorships and chairs. There is little doubt that these initiatives will continue to enhance the exemplary nature of our institution, but to do so we will need your support. With your help, you can be assured that the College will continue our progress, advance our standing and be positioned to reach even greater heights.

James J. Gozzo Ph.D. President Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences

Career Fair and Interview Day

Friday, November 4, 2011 & Saturday, November 5, 2011 Register online by visiting

9th Annual ACPHS Career Fair Friday, November 4 2:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Albert M. White Gymnasium This is a great opportunity to meet face to face with current and graduating students, showcase your organization, and discuss potential employment opportunities. Additionally, the event gives our students a chance to interact with potential employers and familiarize themselves with the interview and networking process.

9th Annual ACPHS Interview Day Saturday, November 5 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

ACPHS Student Center ** To participate in Interview Day you will need to create an account on the ACPHS Career Zone and post a job description: ** For more information and questions regarding the 9th Annual ACPHS Career Fair and Interview Day please contact Patricia Tompkins, Events Manager, at 518.694.7123 or OR Kristen Felthousen, Director of Career Services, at 518.694.7164 or Please register by Monday, October 24, 2011.

Career Zone

Visit and join the ACPHS Career Zone today! Perfect venue for employers to attract new hires and a great tool for job seekers as well!

Career Mentoring Join the ACPHS LinkedIn Group today and help support current students as a mentor! The Career Mentoring project was launched by Hassan Sheikh, ACPHS Class of 2012, and Kristen Felthousen, Director of Career Services, in the summer of 2011. Currently, ACPHS students from first year to graduate school are seeking professional advice regarding the vast opportunities available within the pharmacy and health science professions.

Pharmacy Program Accreditation Extended for Six More Years

Share your knowledge and help shape the future! For more information, please email or visit and join the ACPHS LinkedIn Group today!

The Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE) Board of Directors has approved a six-year extension of accreditation for the ACPHS Doctor of Pharmacy program. The extension represents the maximum number of years a program can receive as part of the customary accreditation cycle.


Sn Student News Colleges Against Cancer Chapter Wins National Award The ACPHS chapter of Colleges Against Cancer (CAC) beat out nearly 500 chapters across the country to capture “Outstanding Chapter of the Year” honors from the organization’s national office. The award is based on the chapter’s activities in each of the four strategic directions of CAC: Education, Advocacy, Survivorship, and Relay For Life. The College’s Relay for Life event alone has raised more than $80,000 for cancer awareness and research over the last two years.

Students Form New Chapters of Professional Organizations A student chapter of the American College of Clinical Pharmacy (ACCP) has been formed on the Albany campus. ACCP is a professional and scientific society that provides leadership, education, advocacy, and resources enabling clinical pharmacists to achieve excellence in practice and research. Students have also formed a chapter of the American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists (AAPS), a group whose mission is to nurture student research at the College. There were 17 AAPS chapter members from the College who attended the Northeast Regional discussion group meeting in Connecticut this past spring. Nine of the students presented posters at the event.

Study Abroad Course Travels to Senegal Associate Professor of English and African Studies Kevin Hickey took six ACPHS students to the West African nation of Senegal as part of his Culture and Customs of Senegal course. The first time course was taught in conjunction with faculty members from Union College and UAlbany, and students from each of those institutions also participated in the 23-day trip. Over the course of the three weeks, students attended lectures at the West African Research Center in Dakar, enjoyed cultural activities such as concerts and sporting events, and performed internships at organizations throughout the region.

First Master’s Student Completes Successful Thesis The master’s program in Pharmaceutical Sciences was the first graduate program offered by ACPHS when it was announced in 2008. Last spring, Florian Radu became the College’s first master’s graduate after successfully presenting and defending his thesis titled, “The Effect of Antioxidants on the Response of Rabbit Urinary Bladder to In Vitro Ischemia/Repertusion.” Radu, who is currently attending Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine in New York City, is pictured at left with his faculty mentor, Professor Robert Levin.


Sn Student News Vermont Campus Students Provide Screenings at Champlain Valley Fair Members of the Vermont Campus’ APhAASP Chapter offered general health screenings and information about proper medication management at the Champlain Valley Fair and Exposition. Twenty-six students and two faculty members conducted 117 blood pressure readings and answered medication related questions from dozens of fair-goers throughout the day. They also provided pamphlets about medications for high blood pressure, diabetes, depression, osteoarthritis, and high cholesterol. Each person who visited the booth received a blood pressure log to encourage them to continue to keep track of their numbers.

Rho Chi Receives Award for Chapter Proposal The Rho Chi Honor Society Gamma Gamma Chapter has been selected by the national organization to receive a 2011 Chapter Project proposal award for their project, “Balance Beyond the Books.” The project is a multi-faceted initiative aimed at supporting fellowship among students, faculty, and staff at ACPHS, while fostering development of student pharmacists as well rounded life-long learners.

Two Students Receive APhA Scholarship Awards The American Pharmacists Association chose two ACPHS students among its nine 2010 Foundation Scholarship recipients, making ACPHS the only school in the country with multiple winners. Scott Beeman ’12 was chosen as the Paul Pumpian Scholar, and Kyle Guay ’11 was selected as the Sam Kalman Scholar. The APhA Auxiliary/APhA Foundation Student Pharmacist Scholarship Program evaluates applicants on their potential to become pharmacy leaders, as demonstrated by involvement in school and community activities and academic performance.

Biomedical Technology White Coat Ceremony Draws Alumni Support The ACPHS Biomedical Technology program, with its concentration in Clinical Laboratory Sciences, is designed to appeal to students with the curiosity and investigative drive to explore the many facets of human health. Students in the program may also seek to pursue their master’s in Biotechnology-Cytotechnology as part of a five-year joint degree offering. ACPHS would like to thank Maryann Roefaro ’81, guest speaker at the 2011 Biomedical Technology White Coat Ceremony, for sharing valuable insight and her professional experiences with the students and guests. Maryann is currently the CEO of the Hematology/Oncology Associates of Central New York.

Students pose with Provost Mehdi Boroujerdi, Ph.D., at the 2011 Biomedical Technology White Coat Ceremony.

For more information on these and other academic programs, please visit today.


Fn Faculty News Infectious Diseases Publication Ranked One of Year’s Best The American Journal of Health-System Pharmacy recently reported on a survey of the most significant publications in Infectious Diseases Pharmacotherapy in 2010. A publication from ACPHS faculty members Nimish Patel ‘06, Pharm.D., and Tom Lodise, Pharm.D., was ranked second among the 25 papers identified in the survey. The publication, titled “Identification of optimal renal dosage adjustments for traditional and extended-infusion piperacillin-tazobactam dosing regimens in hospitalized patients” appeared in the January 2010 issue of Anitmicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy.

Dr. Hass Receives NIH Research Grant Martha Hass, Ph.D., an Associate Professor in the School of Arts and Sciences, has received a threeyear grant from the National Institutes of Health in the amount of $453,896. She will be developing a series of chemical compounds that could prove instrumental in limiting the harmful effects of the sun’s ultraviolet (UV) rays. The compounds, or codrugs, are derived from Vitamin E and lipoic acid. ACPHS students from both undergraduate and graduate programs will be active contributors to the project.

Amy Barton Pai Named Chair of Kidney Disease Coalition Amy Barton Pai ‘96, Pharm.D., has been appointed Chair of the NYS Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) Coalition. The NYS CKD Coalition is a statewide, multidisciplinary workgroup that seeks to increase public and professional awareness of CKD and promote improvements in disease screening and research across the state. Dr. Barton Pai has also been appointed as an editor for the Journal of Nephrology and Therapeutics.

Helping Identify Cancer in Peru Associate Professor of Health Sciences Indra Balachandran, Ph.D., spent ten days this summer as a cytotechnologist volunteer in Cusco, Peru. Peru has an incidence rate of cervical cancer that is more than ten times that of the U.S., and Dr. Balachandran and the team of volunteers helped analyze approximately 1,400 pap smears for signs of cell abnormalities. “We worked very hard and cohesively in less than optimal conditions, and by the end of our time in Cusco, we were able to diagnose a number of precancerous lesions and one case of cervical cancer,” she said.


Teachers of the Year Department of Basic and Social Sciences Instructor Ellen Kennett ’91, Department of Pharmacy Practice Instructor Andy Flynn ’87, and ACPHS-Vermont Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences Professor Dorothy Pumo were the recipients of ACPHS’s Teachers of the Year awards for 2010-11. Kennett received the Traditional Teacher of the Year award, which recognizes an outstanding faculty member in the first two years of the curriculum. Dr. Pumo received the Vermont Faculty Member of the Year award, and Flynn received the Professional Teacher of the Year award for the third time.

Vermont Faculty Member Earns UVM Appointment The University of Vermont Medical Residency Program in Psychiatry has listed Clayton English, Pharm.D., as a faculty member in the Adult Psychopharmacology Clinic at Fletcher Allen Health Care. The Adult Psychopharmacology Clinic functions as a consultation service, and it is a longitudinal rotation for PGY-3 Psychiatry residents in the University of Vermont Psychiatry Residency Program.

Amit Pai Wins Award for Work with the FDA Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice Amit Pai, Pharm.D., has been awarded the Center for Drug Evaluation and Research Regulatory Science Excellence Award for his work with the FDA Chronic Kidney Diseases Matrix Group. He has been working with the FDA to clarify the role of specific scalars (body surface area compared to alternate weight descriptors) in obese adults for clearance estimation. This award recognizes his work in developing an improved algorithm to estimate kidney function across the U.S. weight continuum.

Pharmacy Practice Chair Edits Clinical Pharmacy Book Rob DiCenzo, Pharm.D., chair of the Department of Pharmacy Practice on the Albany Campus, edited the Clinical Pharmacist’s Guide to Biostatistics and Literature Evaluation. The book is intended for use by clinical practitioners and clinical scientists to interpret the clinical data and/or establish appropriate experimental methodology. The book is available for purchase in the ACCP online bookstore.

Vermont Faculty Members Lead Professional Organization Joanna Schwartz, Pharm.D., an assistant professor in the Department of Pharmacy Practice on the Vermont Campus, has been named President of the Vermont Society of Health System Pharmacists. Sommer Zarbock, Pharm.D., who is also an assistant professor in Vermont, is the president elect.

Professor Publishes Book on U.S. Diplomatic History Ken Blume, Ph.D., a professor in the School of Arts and Sciences, recently published a new book entitled, The A to Z of U.S. Diplomacy from the Civil War to World War I. The book examines how the period from 1861-1914 played a critical role in shaping U.S. foreign policy in the 20th century.


At Athletics

Show Your Panther Pride! Celebrate and Support ACPHS Student Athletes! On behalf of all student athletes and coaches, we would like to thank the members of our College community who support ACPHS athletics. Your generosity and support continues to help student athletes on and off the field of play. Commitments from alumni, community partners, friends, and parents provide critical support for the College’s athletic facilities, programs and student athletes. For more information on how you can help this year’s teams, contact Ryan Venter, Director of Athletics and Recreation, at 518.694.7357, or visit

2011 Hudson Valley Women’s Athletic Conference – Women’s Basketball Champions

Save the dates! ACPHS Men’s Basketball Team @ St. Louis College of Pharmacy Saturday, November 12, 2011 ACPHS Alumni Basketball Day Saturday, January 28, 2011 • 1:00 PM


Like ACPHS Athletics Facebook Page Today For more information on these events, ways to support current student athletes, and a complete rundown of schedules, scores, and rosters, visit

David Stachnik ‘77

Alumni Council Volunteer and Parent of Current Student

Why do you give?

I respect the value of the education that I received relative to what I paid in tuition, and have enjoyed a very formidable return on my investment. I feel that I owe my alma mater a tiny portion of that in return.

What motivates you to give?

I want ACPHS to continue to be strong and continue its vigorous pursuit of graduating quality health professionals.

I get enthused about the changes in pharmacy and how the college is preparing graduates for success in the emerging, demanding environment. I want ACPHS to continue to be strong and continue its vigorous pursuit of graduating quality health professionals.


I believe ACPHS prepares the student to be able to meet the challenges the health care environment poses to today’s graduate entering the profession for the next four decades.

Current employment, employer and position?

Pharmacy Manager, Walgreens Corporation, Rochester NY.; Former Steuben County Legislator for twenty years; Current Chairman of the Board of the Pharmacists Society of the State of New York and its immediate Past President; Former pharmacy owner for 23 years in Hammondsport, NY.

For additional information on giving opportunities at ACPHS, please visit or contact the Office of Institutional Advancement at 518.694.7393 or


Fe Feature

Class of 2011 Establishes “Be the Change” Scholarship Gandhi said, “Be the change you wish to see in the world.” The “Be the Change” scholarship was established by the Class of 2011 to support future ACPHS students and honor Ray Chandrasekara, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Arts and Sciences. The members of the Class of 2011 believe Gandhi’s statement exemplifies the type of person that Dr. Chandrasekara is, and they hope to encourage future generations at ACPHS to be the same. In the words of

one student, “Dr. Chandrasekara was, and continues to be, a mentor, a friend, and a great professor to the Class of 2011. He has influenced all of us who have crossed paths with him over the years. Dr. Chandrasekara has made those around him strive to become better people on a daily basis. He has a worldly view on life, hoping to do good by all and for all.” The Class of 2011, in wanting to leave behind a legacy for generations to come, cre-

ated this scholarship to recognize a student in the professional portion of the Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm.D.) curriculum who has demonstrated the below listed attributes and characteristics that the Class of 2011 feels best reflects the type of person Dr. Chandrasekara is. One (1) one thousand dollar ($1000.00) scholarship will be awarded annually to the deserving student during the Fall Awards Ceremony.

Kyle Guay ’11 and Casey Wilbert ’11, members of the Class of 2011 Be the Change Scholarship gift leadership committee, present the $50,000 Scholarship Gift to Dr. Ray Chandrasekara and ACPHS President, Dr. James J. Gozzo.

“Being the change” means: • Demonstrating a dedication to the college community through service and leadership. • Promoting professional and personal growth amongst ones peers. • Striving to be a better person each day and encouraging others to do the same. • Displaying an eclectic school and life balance, participating in both academic and non academic activities. • Being extremely welcoming and tolerant of others’ viewpoints regardless of one’s religious, academic, or ethnic background. • Exuding an aura of friendliness and lightheartedness. • Embodying selflessness and sharing this attribute with others.

For more information and ways to support the Be the Change Scholarship, please contact Mike Buckley, Director of Major Gifts, at 518.694.7393 or Gifts can be made online by visiting


Founding Donors

The founding donors of this endowed scholarship are the following members from the Class of 2011: Sara Asif Mark Botti David Denio Kyle Guay Tasmina Hydery Marc Iannaccone Peter Kuselias Whitney LaPier Francelyse Leveille Megan Llewellyn

Katelin Maki Anne Mayotte Amar Patel Daniela Reed Nathan Rogers Catherine Sell Jeffrey Suppon Scott Thompson Neil Tierson Casey Wilbert


I feel that it is only an obligation to give back to an institution that has nurtured both faculty and students.


Gail Goodman-Snitkoff Why do you give?

I give to support the college. Tuition covers only a percentage of the actual costs to educate our students, by giving to the college I help to support its mission.

What motivates you to give?

I feel that it is only an obligation to give back to an institution that has nurtured both faculty and students.


Because I am part of the ACPHS family.

Current employment, employer and position? ACPHS, Associate Professor, Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences

For additional information on giving opportunities at ACPHS, please visit or contact the Office of Institutional Advancement at 518.694.7393 or


Fe Feature

Capital Campaign Since 2007, Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences has been working closely with key community partners developing and raising vital funds to support students, programs, and campus growth during the “silent phase” of a major capital campaign. During Reunion Weekend 2011, Dr. James Gozzo, President of ACPHS, shared the focus and key components of this $50 million fundraising initiative – entitled “Moving Forward: The Campaign for Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences” – with members of the alumni community. “The Campaign will position ACPHS for the future by supporting necessary enhancements to ACPHS facilities, growing the endowment, cultivating and promoting an environment for faculty and student research projects, and increasing the ACPHS footprint from a national to a global institution of higher education,” said Dr. Gozzo. Members of the community who have been working closely with the College on the Campaign include Geno J. Germano ’83, Herbert Chorbajian, Michael F. Bette, and Hugh A. Johnson among other key community leaders, alumni, and Board of Trustee members. The late Alfred J. Collins Jr. ’53 also played a critical role in the Campaign’s early stages in his capacity as Chair of the Board of Trustees. For more information and ways to support the Moving Forward Capital Campaign, visit or contact Vicki DiLorenzo, Vice President of Institutional Advancement, at 518.694.7393 or today.



Fe Feature

Susan Lardner ‘84 with fellow missionary volunteers and community members of Impfondo which is located in the Republic of Congo, Africa.

Susan Lardner: A Woman on a Mission “Faith and belief that we are given this one life and we should make the most of it!” are the words that Susan Lardner of Gasport, New York and member of the Class of 1984, lives by each day. As a pharmacy student at ACPHS in the late 1970’s and early 1980’s, Susan learned the difference that one person can make from professors like Susan Dumbleton (Associate Professor of English) and Robert Marois (Professor of Pharmacology). Following graduation, Susan moved to Rochester, New York to pursue her career in pharmacy. Following two years in the western part of the state, she moved back to Albany in 1986. Susan then began her work in the field of nuclear pharmacy and spent the next 22 years as a nuclear pharmacist. Susan’s life and work forever changed in 2006 when she embarked on a four week mission to the village of Impfondo which is located in the Republic of Congo, Africa. Susan served as a Missionary Pharmacist at L’Hospital Evangelique Le Pionnier (Pioneer Christian Hospital). Following this initial experience and her work with the patients and fellow health care missionaries, Susan decided that it was time to make a larger commitment to the people and patients of Impfondo. Susan signed on for two full years of missionary service beginning in 2008. “I am in a place in my life where I can afford to do this crucial work,” shared Susan when asked what motivated her to embark on this journey. “I love the patients whom I serve, and we are making an impact on their lives!” This past May, Susan continued her missionary service on the Africa Mercy in Sierra Leone. The Africa Mercy is one of the numerous vessels in the fleet of Mercy Ships that are serving, healing, and providing care to millions of hungry and poor throughout the world. Susan spent over 12 weeks aboard the Africa Mercy where she worked with fellow missionaries to provide vital care and treatment to the people of Africa. Following her time aboard the Africa Mercy, Susan returned to the village of Impfondo and Le Pionnier where she continues her mission and service.


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For more information and ways to support Susan’s mission, Le Pionnier, the Africa Mercy or Mercy Ships, or to receive a newsletter of Susan’s activities, please email


Aa Alumni Affairs

Edward ’59 and Dorothy ’62 Fausel Scholarship “Our education at ACPHS enabled us to achieve our goals and our children to attain their goals.” Next to God and family, education has always been of prime importance to us while raising our three children. We have always said, “If you want to be a hermit on top of a mountain that’s OK, but let it be by your choice, not because you had no other options.” Our education at ACPHS enabled us to achieve our goals and our children to attain their goals. Although we contributed what we could to ACPHS over 50 years, we decided on our 50th wedding anniversary that it would be appropriate to do something a little more formally to say “thank you.” We hope it will encourage others who have benefitted from their ACPHS education to do something similar. We also appreciate Abbott Laboratories matching our yearly pledges in the past, present and future. Ed had his 50th reunion in 2009 and Dottie celebrates hers in 2012. She invites classmates to consider a similar commitment for their 50th reunion gift. For additional information on giving opportunities at ACPHS, please visit or contact the Office of Institutional Advancement at 518.694.7393 or

Jeff ‘80 & Debbie ‘79 Newell Helping students realize who they are Knowing who you are always has been an important part of Jeff Newell’s ‘80 management style. As Chief Program Officer with Quality Partners of Rhode Island, Jeff oversees a large team of people with various working styles and personalities. “We’ve used the DISC Personality Assessment to help people realize who they are, how they work, how others perceive them, and how they can work better with others,” says Jeff. “I think students can learn a great deal from knowing who they are, and it will help to prepare them for great careers.” In the spring of 2011, Jeff and his wife Debbie (Stradling) ‘79 supported ACPHS students by providing the DISC Assessment for 40 of the College’s student leaders. Working along with the College’s Director of Career Services, Kristen Felthousen, the DISC facilitator helped students learn how to work smarter and better. “I never realized how my style might be interpreted by others. It has helped me be aware of how I work with others almost every day,” said participant and member of the Class of 2011 Casey Wilbert. For more information on this exciting project and ways to support it, please contact Mike Buckley, ACPHS Director of Major Gifts, at 518.694.7393 or


“We wanted to support ACPHS by directly impacting students in a personalized setting. DISC is something I am passionate about, so I was happy to bring that knowledge to current students.”

Alan Blum ‘69: Establishing a Legacy “Simply put, ACP gave me everything I needed for a successful career, so that is why I support the College,” says Alan Blum ‘69. After spending more than 30 years in a small independent pharmacy in White Plains, NY, Alan is now a supervising pharmacist at the A&P Supermarket in Mohegan Lake, NY. “It is the people that bring me back to work every day,” says Alan. When Alan was a student, Dean O’Brien was a guiding force. “He realized during my second or third year that I wasn’t doing as well as he thought I could be. After an hour long conversation, he told me he knew I could do it and encouraged me to continue and try harder.” “I never forgot that moment and as much as the College might have changed since the 60s, I know students are still cared for and nurtured to achieve their full potential.”

“ACP gave me everything I needed for a successful career, so that is why I support the College.”

honor of Dean O’Brien, Alan has included the College in his estate plans ‒ thus In becoming a member of the Francis J. O’Brien Society. “I give what I can give now, but my hope is that after my time here is done, I can support students through a scholarship. Although given my mom recently turned 101, I’m confident that I will be here for many more years!”

An avid New York Rangers and New York Giants fan and season tickets holder, Alan also enjoys traveling with his girlfriend Louise who is a travel agent. He is also a long time Lionel Train enthusiast with a full set of running trains. “My pharmacy career has allowed me to live a great life.” For more information on how you can establish a legacy gift, please contact Mike Buckley, ACPHS Director of Major Gifts, at 518.694.7393 or

Your Legacy The Office of Institutional Advancement has launched a new Estate Planning website in an effort to better serve members of the community who wish to remember the College in their will. Please contact Michael Buckley, Director of Major Gifts, at 518.694.7125 or visit for additional information.


Aa Alumni Affairs

Reunion Weekend 2011 Members of the alumni community celebrated their days as students at Reunion Weekend 2011, which took place June 3-5. Alumni, family, and friends shared memories and reconnected throughout many events during the three day celebration. The festivities kicked off with a fantastic day of golf and tribute to members of the alumni community at the 4th Annual Friends of Noah Sorensen ’97 and Mario Zeolla ’97 Memorial Golf Tournament. Friday evening included special anniversary celebrations for Classes of 1951, 1956, 1961, 1981, and 1986, amongst others and ACPHS Casino Night at the Hilton Garden Inn-Albany Medical Center.


On Saturday, alums had opportunities to tour the campus, visit the Pharmaceutical Research Institute, and gain insights and updates on the great strides ACPHS students are making in Albany and Vermont. Following tours of the campus and new facilities, alums and guests had opportunities to tour Albany’s historic buildings, the Capitol, and even take a plunge into the Hudson River courtesy of the Albany Aqua Ducks Touring Company. Saturday’s events concluded with a mid-afternoon celebration at Ralph’s (now Red’s on the Park), a cocktail reception, entertainment compliments of One Man Short, and a great meal (Dinosaur BBQ) on the lawn outside of the ACPHS Student

Center and Library Building. Members of the community wrapped up Reunion Weekend 2011 festivities during the Sunday morning Farewell Brunch at the Hilton Garden Inn. Members of the administration, faculty, staff, and Office of Institutional Advancement would like to thank all of the members of the community who helped plan the festivities and all of those who came back to celebrate the rich history of ACPHS! To access pictures from Reunion Weekend 2011, please visit

Save the date!

Reunion Weekend 2012 Friday, June 1 – Sunday, June 3

For more information visit reunion, email or call Patty Tompkins and Bill Jabour at 518.694.7393 today!

We want to hear from you!

• Are you interested in helping ACPHS plan your special anniversary reunion? • Is there a specific type of event that you want to see take place during Reunion Weekend 2012? • Visit today and complete the ACPHS Reunion Weekend 2012 Questionnaire! • The survey is quick and easy and will provide vital feedback which will help make Reunion Weekend 2012 exciting and memorable for everyone that attends!


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Scholarship winner Connor Callaghan (third from left) and his family with ACPHS President James Gozzo (third from right), Dean of Students John Denio (second from left), and Director of Admissions Matt Stever (far right).

18th Annual Dean’s Cup On August 8, 2011, members of the ACPHS community came together at the 18th Annual Dean’s Cup Golf Tournament to raise over $30,000 in support of the Dean’s Endowment for Excellence Scholarship Fund.

This year’s event was held at the Albany Country Club in Voorheesville, New York. Community partners, alumni, administrators, faculty, staff, and current students were treated to a great day of golf at one of the Capital District’s finest golf courses. John Denio, Dean of Students, presented Connor Callaghan with the 2011 Dean’s Endowment for Excellence Scholarship.

Connor began his first year at ACPHS this fall. Connor expressed his appreciation and thankfulness to his family and all those who have made this scholarship possible. As this year’s scholarship recipient, Connor will receive $3,000 in financial support for each year he attends the College. Since the tournament’s inception in 1994, more than $585,000 has been raised through this fundraising event – an average of nearly $33,000 per year. Currently, six students are receiving financial assistance from this one scholarship fund. Vicki DiLorenzo, VP of Institutional Advancement, and Dr. James J. Gozzo, President of ACPHS,

expressed their sincere gratitude to the members of community who supported the event. The College is looking to its community members and partners as we aim to achieve our new fundraising goal of $750,000, which will help ensure continued scholarship assistance for students and their families for years to come. For more information on next year’s event or to learn how to support the Dean’s Endowment for Excellence Scholarship Fund, please visit, call 518.694.7393, or email today.

Save the date!

The President’s Cup Golf Tournament | Monday, July 30, 2012 | Albany Country Club (

Experiential Education: Become a Preceptor Today!


Required rotations in three practice areas: • Ambulatory care • Community pharmacy • Institutional/inpatient care

The Experiential Education component of the Doctor of Pharmacy program is the opportunity for students to step out of the classroom and academic laboratory and into a variety of real-world practice settings, putting the knowledge they have gained to use in hands-on pharmacy experiences.

Practice sites include community pharmacies, hospitals, ambulatory care clinics, research laboratories, managed care facilities, academia, government agencies, and the pharmaceutical industry. Select opportunities for international rotations are also available.

The preceptor plays a critical role in bridging students from the classroom to professional practice. By precepting students, you can help future generations of ACPHS students and allow them to benefit from your experience and knowledge, just as others once did for you.

Experiential Education begins with the Introductory Pharmacy Practice Experience in years one to three of the professional pharmacy program and culminates with an 11-month series of Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience rotations For more information on how you can serve as a in the program’s final year. preceptor to current ACPHS students through the

Elective rotations include: • Academia • Pharmacy administration • Pharmaceutical industry • Research/drug development and discovery • Nuclear pharmacy • Managed care • International rotations

ACPHS Experiential Education program and help shape future pharmacy professionals, please call 518.694.7277 or email

Noah Sorensen ‘97 and Mario Zeolla ‘97

4th Annual Friends of Noah Sorensen ’97 & Mario Zeolla ’97 Memorial Tournament Highlights The Friends of Noah Sorensen and Mario Zeolla (FONSMZ) was formed in honor of these special men who lost their lives suddenly on June 2, 2007. While returning home from Boston, the day after enjoying a Yankees-Red Sox game at Fenway Park, these good friends and ACPHS alumni were tragically killed in a motor vehicle accident. In their memory, FONSMZ and Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences (ACPHS) hosted the 4th Annual Noah Sorensen and Mario M. Zeolla Memorial Golf Tournament on June 3, 2011, at the Colonie Golf and Country Club (, in Voorheesville, NY. Taking place on one of the longest days of the year, this event was an effort to continue the bright light that was Noah and Mario. On a beautiful breezy day, 128 golfers came and paid tribute to these men and fellow members of the community.

This year’s winning teams were: 1st Place Team:

William Furman ‘71, Vincent Matteo ‘71, Anthony Merola ‘94 and Larry Mohkiber ‘71

2nd Place Team:

Brendan O’Hara ‘97, Larry Frederick ‘97, Dan McNamara ‘98 and Joe Harrigan

3rd Place Team:

Mike Vainosky, Mike Greco ‘84, Bill Bartyzel and Dan Kelly

FONSMZ and ACPHS wish to thank all of those who played golf, as well as those who volunteered to help run the tournament. Proceeds from this year’s event benefited the various charities of FONSMZ including the Mario Zeolla ’97 Memorial Scholarship and the future Noah Sorensen ’97 Memorial Scholarship. For more information and ways to support these funds, please visit or today! 23

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Class Notes

Share your news! The Office of Institutional Advancement would be happy to share and pass along your messages and news to fellow classmates and community members. If you would like to share an announcement, news or updates regarding your professional and/or personal life, please contact Bill Jabour, Director of Annual Giving and Alumni Relations, at 518.694.7304 or email today!

1934 Recently members of the Office of Institutional Advancement had an engaging visit with Leon Trotman. Mr. Trotman is believed to be the College’s oldest living graduate.

1958 Rocco Giruzzi recently agreed to return and serve on the Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences Board of Trustees.

1974 Kandyce Daley, former Chair of the Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences Board of Trustees, recently agreed to return and serve on the Board of Trustees.

1975 Owen Holloran of Kinney Drugs, was recently promoted to SVP pharmacy procurement. As SVP pharmacy procurement, Halloran is responsible for overseeing all pharmaceutical purchasing for Kinney Drugs retail, mail-order and institutional pharmacy. Halloran has led the pharmacy purchasing department since 1996 and third-party contracting since 1999. Owen began his career with Kinney Drugs in 1978 as a staff pharmacist, and has served in several management positions, including his recent position of VP professional services. Halloran


serves as a board member on the Kinney Drugs Foundation and the Canton-Potsdam Hospital. “The knowledge and experience of Owen Halloran complement the Kinney Drugs mission of providing the highest-quality pharmacy, health and retail services to the communities we serve,” stated Bridget-ann Hart (ACPHS Class of ’80), president and COO of Kinney Drugs. “We will continue to benefit from his leadership and look forward to his contributions as we continue building our employeeowned company.”

1978 Following graduation from ACPHS, Anne P. Schaad, attended law school in Portland, Maine between 1979 and 1981. In 1982 she began her career with the Maine State Police and retired from her position in 2005. She is currently enjoying retirement and is keeping busy building wooden boats.

1982 Congratulations to Nick Zacharczenko REUNION DDS, MSD, R.Ph. of Albany who won a pair of gold medals at the International Snowshoe Championships held in Lewiston, Maine. Nick won the 100meter and 200-meter sprint races in the advanced masters (50 and over) division. These great achievements complement Nick’s additional athletic pursuits in tennis, personal training, track & field. Nick is also a certified Master Gardener, and enjoys tending to his beloved blueberry bushes as often as he can!


1983 Philip M. Hritcko recently was promoted to Associate Clinical Professor at the University of Connecticut School of Pharmacy.

1984 Marion Morton, VP and Head Transplant Franchise of Novartis U.S. Foundation, recently was named to the Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences Board of Trustees.


Dominick Bizzarro REUNION recently joined InterSystems of Cambridge, Massachusetts as business manager for HealthShare, InterSystems’ platform for health information exchanges. With this new position Dominick will be working with health systems throughout the world.




Manny Ramirez and Dichter’s Pharmacy were recently showcased in The Manhattan Times, the bilingual newspaper of Washington Heights and Inwood, New York. To view this article, please visit www.

Rolling Hills Pharmacy’s Sanjay Gandhi was recently voted #1 Pharmacist in Dufferin County by The Orangeville Banner. Rolling Hills Pharmacy is located in Orangeville, Ontario.

ACPHS is pleased to announce a new graduate scholarship for students! Dr. Susan Learned, VP of Discovery Medicine with GlaxoSmithKline, recently shared the news with Associate Professor, HaiAn “Andy” Zheng, Ph.D., and current ACPHS student Tessa Nguyen at the GlaxoSmithKline offices in China. On behalf of the entire ACPHS community, we thank Dr. Learned for her continuing commitment to the growth of the College and support of current and future students.

1992 Recently, Paul Pagnotta, co-owner of Four Corners Pharmacy, in Albany, NY was named to the REUNION Board of Directors of Rochester Drug Company. Rochester Drug Company is an independently owned Wholesale Drug Cooperative servicing over 800 community retail pharmacies, long term care pharmacies and home health care stores in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Ohio.


Congratulations to Frank Falvo and Aumillers Pharmacy (Schenectady, New York). Both will play roles in the upcoming crime movie “The Place Beyond the Pines” starring Ryan Gosling and Bradley Cooper. For more information visit jul/28/0728_pharmacist/.

2004 Alessio Depoli recently opened The Barrel Saloon ( a country western bar on North Broadway in Albany, New York.

2005 2002

REUNION Colin and Sarah Price recently participated in the “International Aid Serving Kids” program and set up make-shift clinics with pharmacies serving Haitians and Dominicans living on sugar plantations called batays in the Dominican Republic. They filled about 1000 prescriptions during the week they volunteered and attended to patients with skin infections, parasites, malnutrition, wounds and pain. A doctor and dentist were also involved with the volunteer effort. For more information and photos visit


Christy Crucetti was married to Robert Fortin, Pharm.D. on October 9, 2010.

2006 Gregory Jones married Christen Rose Rymanowski in Ballston Spa, New York on April 17, 2010. Gregory is currently a staff pharmacist at the Stratton VA Medical Center in Albany, New York.

2007 Congratulations to Adam Zalewski and Diane Ficarro who were married on May 28, 2011.



2008 Renee Minard Nekos is currently a compounding pharmacist at NekosDedrick’s Compounding Pharmacy in Kingston, NY. Recently NekosDedrick’s Pharmacy attained PCAB Accreditation in compounding NonSterile and Sterile (Low/Medium/ and High) Risk. Owners of the Pharmacy are Maryann Sheeley, R.Ph. (ACPHS Class of 1970) and George S. Nekos, R.Ph. Renee and her husband, George, welcomed their second child, George Stephen Nekos, Jr. on May 5, 2011.


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2009 Jessica Baugh, Pharm.D. has been named 2011 Distinguished Young Pharmacist of the Year in New York by Pharmacists Mutual Companies. This prestigious award was conferred on the Voorheesville pharmacist at the recent meeting of the Pharmacists Society of the State of New York. Jessica has been employed by Rite Aid Pharmacy since 2009 and is completing her Executive Residency in Association Management at National Alliance of State Pharmacy Associations in Richmond, Virginia. The Distinguished Young Pharmacist of the Year award is presented annually to a pharmacist in each state for individual excellence and outstanding contribu-

tions in state pharmacy association activities, community affairs and in professional practice.

2010 Congratulations to Joseph Carreno who recently accepted Post-Doctoral Fellowship in the Department of Pharmacy Practice at Eugene Applebaum College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences of Wayne State University which is in Dearborn, Michigan. Congratulations and best of luck to Mariette Sourial who recently completed her residency program in Minnesota and is now headed to West Palm Beach Florida where she will begin a clinical faculty position.

In Memoriam ACPHS Trustees

“It is with profound sadness that we share with you the passings of Richard “Dick” G. Robison ’52, Alfred “Al” J. Collins, Jr. ’53, Melvin Friedland ’58, and Richard “Dick” P. Penna. These dedicated alums, benefactors, friends, and Board of Trustee members each gave tirelessly of themselves over the years to help make this institution what it is today. They represent true pillars of the ACPHS family, and they will truly be missed by the entire College community.” – James J. Gozzo, President

Richard G. Robison ’52 November 14, 2010 ACPHS Board of Trustee Member

Richard P. Penna August 16, 2011 Former ACPHS Board of Trustee Member


Melvin Friedland ’58 July 12, 2011 ACPHS Board of Trustee Member

Alfred J. Collins, Jr., ’53 April 30, 2011 ACPHS Board of Trustee Chair and Member

In Memoriam

Rinaldo V. DeNuzzo ’52 June 2, 2011 Former ACPHS Professor

“There are very few alumni alive today whose lives were not touched in some way by Professor DeNuzzo. As a teacher and a mentor, “Prof ” helped guide ACPHS students through their classes and careers for nearly 60 years. In the words of one alumnus, “He will be dearly missed but never forgotten.” – James J. Gozzo, President

For more information on how you can remember these members of the community through a gift in their memory please contact the Office of Institutional Advancement at 518.694.7393, or visit to make an online contribution today.

1943 Walter F. Weltzien February 21, 2011 1948 Charles G. DeChristopher February 1, 2011 1950 Carl R. Henry November 3, 2010 1951 Jerome G. Mastrianni Jr. February 26, 2011 1952 Robert F. Severson October 21, 2010 1955 Harold Kessler January 8, 2011 1958 William Lee April 30, 2011 1970 William G. Davis April 21, 2011 Donald Joseph Phillips September 11, 2011 1976 Brenda A. Guignard McCue Buholtz July 29, 2011 1982 Stephen Shearer July 29, 2011 1983 Nancy Laiacona Shishik July 13, 2011 1986 Wendy Crawford Parker May 29, 2011 1989 Frank Reiss June 14, 2011 2008 John Joseph Osterhoudt December 11, 2010 Faculty & Staff Dr. Janis L. Best ’42 February 28, 2011 Former ACPHS Professor William R. Stoll January 8, 2011 Former ACPHS Professor


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Admissions Calendar of Events For a complete listing of ACPHS Admissions events please visit

November 2011

Winter Saturday Saturday, January 21 10:30a.m. – 3:00p.m.

For more information on ACPHS Undergraduate Admissions, please contact Matt Stever, Director of Admissions, at 888.203.8010 (extension 221) or .

Veteran’s Day-Interviews and Tours Friday, November 11 9:00a.m. - 3:00p.m.

February 2012

For information regarding ACPHS Vermont and Graduate Admissions, please contact Donna Myers, Director of Graduate Admissions, at 888.203.8010 (extension 149) or

Fall Open House Sunday, November 6

Fall Saturday Saturday, November 19 10:30a.m. – 3:00p.m.

January 2012

Winter Saturday Saturday, February 4 10:30a.m. – 3:00p.m. Winter Saturday Saturday, February 25 10:30a.m. – 3:00p.m.

Martin Luther King Day-Interviews and Tours Monday, January 16 10:30a.m. – 3:00p.m.

Continuing Education Calendar of Events All events listed below are “live” unless otherwise noted. Sunday, November 6, 2011

Sunday, February 12, 2012

Wednesday, June 13, 2012

Saturday, November 19, 2011

Friday, March 9 and Saturday, March 10, 2012

For more information and to register for various events contact: Lori Kline, Assistant Director, at 518.694.7231 or

Annual Law Day 5 credit hours

Management of MRSA in the 21st Century 4 credit hours

January 7-12, 2012

CE at Sea: Caribbean Cruise 4 credit hours

Sunday, January 22, 2012 Respiratory Disease and Pharmacotherapy Program 3 credit hours


Annual Infectious Disease Symposium 4 credit hours

Annual Pharmacy Practice Institute 12 credit hours

Sunday, April 15, 2012

The Barbara M. DiLascia Lecture Series Men’s and Women’s Health Symposium 4 credit hours

Monday, May 14 - Friday, May 18, 2012 New York State Board Review

Annual Pharmacy Practice Update 4 credit hours

Inaugural ACPHS CE at Sea: Royal Caribbean’s Jewel of the Seas Book by Friday, November 4, 2011

5-Night Western Caribbean Cruise Departing From Tampa, Florida January 7 - 12, 2012

Earn Four (4) Continuing Education Credits! For more information please contact Bill Jabour, Director of Annual Giving and Alumni Relations, at 518.694.7393 or or visit

CE at SEA - Continuing Education Activities January 8, 2012 - 9:00 AM to 11:15 AM

Don’t Get Burned: Sunscreen and Sun Induced Skin Disorders

Tanya Vadala, Pharm.D., Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences 0.1 CEU’s (1 credit hour) – Knowledge based activity – 0045-0000-11-050-L04-P

What You Didn’t Learn in School: OTC Devices and Home Testing Kits

Tanya Vadala, Pharm.D., Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences 0.1 CEU’s (1 credit hour) – Application based activity – 0045-0000-11-051-L04-P

January 11, 2012 - 9:00 AM to 11:15 AM

Cruise Your Community to Good Health: The Pharmacists role in steering public health

Jennifer Cerulli, Pharm.D., Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences 0.2 CEU’s (2 credit hours) – Application based activity – 0045-0000-1-052-L04P IMPORTANT NOTES: All conferees, their families, and guests must book their cruise within the CME meeting group through Continuing Education, Inc./University at Sea at 800-422-0711 or by registering online at All social events are complimentary for guests traveling with conferee and whose cabins are booked in the meeting group. Course Fee Cancellation Policy - 60 days or more - None; 59-43 days – Deposit amount $200 per person or $400 total; 42-29 days – 50% of total price; 28-15 days – 75% of total price; 14 days or less – 100% OR No Refund.


Rg Report of Gifts Donations are gratefully accepted in the name of our current endowment/scholarship funds or in honor/memory of a loved one at any time. Donations are also appreciated in honor of special occasions/celebrations (e.g. birthdays, anniversaries, reunions, etc.). The Office of Institutional Advancement, in the preparation of this acknowledgment, strives for accuracy and completeness in reporting gifts. The Office apologizes for any error or omission in the following pages and kindly requests corrections be made to us. Additionally, to ensure you continue to receive mailings, event information, and classmate correspondence, please submit change in marital status, employment, email and home information to the Institutional Advancement Office at 518.694.7393, toll-free at 888.203.8010, or Thank you for your support — it is vital to Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences. * Deceased ~ Employee # Parent of current student + Trustee

Substantial Pledges to Be the Change Scholarship Total Pledges: $50,000 Sara Asif ‘11 Mark Botti ‘11 David Denio ‘11 Kyle Guay ‘11 Tasmina Hydery ‘11 Marc Iannaccone ‘11 Peter Kuselias ‘11 Whitney Lapier ‘11 Francelyse Leveille ‘11 Megan Llewellyn ‘11 Katelin Maki ‘11 Anne Mayotte ‘11 Amar Patel ‘11 Daniela Reed ‘11 Nathan Rogers ‘11 Catherine Sell ‘11 Jeffrey Suppon ‘11 Scott Thompson ‘11 Neil Tierson ‘11 Casey Wilbert ‘11


President’s Circle ($10,000.00 + ) Adel Abdelmalek and Mervat Abdelmalek # Albany Molecular Research Inc. Anonymous Audio Video Corporation Joyce Bollinger Richard H. Daffner ‘63 + Thomas D’Ambra Edward A. Fausel ‘59 and Dorothy M. Fausel ‘62 Geno J. Germano ‘83 + and Theresa B. Germano ‘86 Dr. & Mrs. James J. Gozzo Gabriel Hannouche and Aida Hannouche # James J. Hunter Janitronics Facility Services Kinney Drugs Foundation, Inc. Jack A. Monakey ‘53 Fouad Morkos + John Morone ‘63 Shaker A. Mousa ~ David M. Oles ‘76 Robison Family Foundation Allen G. Rosenshine Lee Shapiro The Standish Family Fund Vascular Vision Pharmaceuticals Co Walgreens

William Mansfield Circle ($5,000.00 + ) Abbott Laboratories James P. Byrnes ‘66 Thomas E. Byrnes ‘57 Compass Group John R. Cote ‘70 and Lynne K. Cote ‘69 Kandyce J. Daley ‘74 James Miller ‘65 and Janina K. Miller ‘65 Marion T. Morton ‘84 + Jeffrey ‘80 and Deborah ‘79 Newell Pfizer, Inc. Joseph S. Rebisz ‘70 Rite Aid Corporation Rose and Kiernan, Inc. Donald Seifert ‘58 John Spanburgh ‘64 Wal*Mart Carolyn White Willis Tucker Circle ($2,500.00 + ) Bank of America Richard D. Baylis ‘61 Atef Besada and Mervat Besada # Mehdi Boroujerdi ~ Donald R. Charles ‘67 Herbert G. Chorbajian + J. Gordon Dailey ‘57 John J. Denio ~ Vicki A. DiLorenzo ~

Envision Architects PC Follett Higher Education Group Anthony J. Graziano ‘84 Bridget-ann Hart ‘80+ Susan M. Learned ‘91 Robert Leuck # Ralph T. Mancini ‘59 and Mary Lou S. Mancini ‘60 A. Frank Mauro ‘71 David J. Muller ‘73 NACDS Foundation Vincent A. Pigula ‘74 Mark J. Quackenbush ‘79 William T. Quackenbush ‘66 and Kathleen M. Quackenbush ‘66 Technical Building Services Scott M. Terrillion ‘85 Alan Tubbs ‘54 Wegmans Food Markets, Inc. Windham Pharmacy/Greene Medical Arts Founder’s Society ($1,881.00 + ) Robert S. Busch + Lucille Cerro Richard A. Cognetti ‘69 CVS/Caremark Walter Dabulewicz and Joanne Dabulewicz # Kim M. Demers ‘75 and Rose Mary Demers ‘75

Dr. and Mrs. Rinaldo V. DeNuzzo ‘52 * Clayton D. Edwards ‘90 and Michelle B. Edwards ‘91 Eli Lilly and Company Richard F. Isele ‘49 Lawrence Kennett and Ellen Kennett ‘91~ Kinney Drugs, Inc. Jeanette S. Lamb ‘57 + Harry P. Norman ‘61 Manuel Ramirez ‘91 Joseph D. Williams Archibald McClure Circle ($1,000.00 + ) ACPHS APhA-ASP Nick G. Anagnost ‘57 AXA Advisors, LLC Brian W. Bartle ‘62 Brighter Choice Foundation George N. Brown Scott W. Brown ‘54 BST Advisory Network, LLC Christopher J. Klein ‘85 and Jennifer Caloia ‘86 Gilbert Chorbajian ~ ComDoc, Inc. Costco Wholesale John Della Badia and Rita Della Badia # Albert L. DiDonna ‘65 Francis J. DiLascia ‘54 + Leonard E. Dwyer ‘58 William J. Dwyer ‘60

John J. Faragon ‘96 Louis P. Fortin ‘58 and Marilyn C. Fortin ‘61 Jane W. Fox ‘68 William Galarneau ‘76 Frank L. Grosso ‘74 and Marylee F. Grosso ‘74 Zachary I. Hanan ‘63 + Steven B. Hansel ‘85 and Joyce Hansel ‘86 InterfaceFlor Commercial William C. Irwin ‘81 Joseph S. Janowski ‘63 Richard Kajjouni and Rosemary Kajjouni # Gerald Katzman ~ Mary Jane Kretzler Josie Leighton Mabey’s Moving & Storage, Inc. Thomas O. Maggs + John F. McCarthy ‘58 Christopher D. Mitiguy + Stephen B. Morgan ‘70 Thomas J. Morrissey Kenneth M. Nirenberg John S. North ‘67 James W. Nowicki ‘62 William F. O’Brien Dennis R. O’Grady ‘61 Barry A. Paraizo ‘69 and Linda S. Paraizo ‘70 RBC Capital Markets

Archibald McClure Circle ($1,000.00 + ) continued Gregg W. Richmond ‘72 James J. Roome ‘79 Matthew Rosenshine Howard A. Rubinger ‘63 Robert M. Santimaw ‘61 Michael A. Sass ~ Sonitrol of Albany Edgar V. Stevens ‘67 Larry G. Tabor ‘88 Tech Valley Communications Time Warner of Albany, N.Y. David B. Van Etten ‘61 Patricia S. Wilson ‘83 Edward J. Wortley ‘61 and Karen A. Wortley ‘63 Roudolph W. Zaky and Hanna Zaky # David Zdunczyk ~ Pharmacy Associates ($500.00 + ) Andrew R. Allen ‘68 Amgen Foundation Jolene R. Bates ‘81 Lena A. Beeson ‘89 Raymond J. Blake ‘51 Raymond A. Bleser ‘81 Alan Blum ‘69 James Bollinger ‘82 John A. Bottiroli ‘61 Brian A. Bruyns ‘96 and Stacy S. Bruyns ‘96 Michael J. Buckley ~ Chicago Title Insurance Company Robert F. Clark ‘76 and Glynis P. Clark ‘75 Selig D. Corman ‘58 Philip W. Cornell ‘69 Russell D. Cranston ‘69 William G. Davis ‘70 * Frederick A. Ellis ‘75 Express Scripts Christopher A. Fausel ‘93 Frank C. Flannery ‘66 Louis J. Fratto ‘74 Gregory P. George ‘71 and Barbara H. George ‘72 Mark Gersten ‘81 Rocco F. Giruzzi ‘58+ Gail Goodman Snitkoff ~ Robert J. Gould ~ Rick N. Hogle ‘76 R. Gary Hollenbeck ‘72 and Olesia A. Hollenbeck ‘75 Maureen A. Keegan ‘80 Martin F. Kelly ‘79 Leon N. Kentner ‘81 David M. Kile ‘74 ~ and Susan M. Kile ‘74 Conrad J. Knapp ‘58 David S. Knightes ‘69 William V. Krazinski ‘85 and Kathleen F. Krazinski ‘84 John P. LeGrand ‘70 Dale R. Lewis ‘93 Tiffany I. Loder ‘93

Edward A. Loeber ‘80 Ellen Lord Alfred A. Lotano ‘61 Frederick J. Macri ‘74 Leo E. Maggy ‘58 Jay R. Marshall ‘87 Virginia M. McBride ‘53 John T. McDonald ‘85 Patrick S. McGraw ~ Marian E. McLaughlin Ronald W. McLean ‘51 Metro Resources, LLC Thomas H. Neely ‘71 Bernard Nowitz ‘60 Barbara J. Olchek ‘69 Charles W. Owens ‘54 Paul Pagnotta ‘92 and Jennifer Cerulli ‘93 ~ Philip R. Palumbo ‘66 Katherine F. Petrone ‘59 Wallace B. Pickworth ‘69 Carol R. Powell ‘60 Roche Jack Rosenblum ‘65 Sam Greco Construction, Inc. Robert C. Schmitt ‘52 Samantha Schwall ‘99 Matthew Scott ‘94 and Diane P. Scott ‘97 Donald F. Scullion ‘67 David M. Sellis ‘72 Leonard G. Sherwood ‘56 William L. Sliter ‘66 and Alice M. Sliter ‘66 Regina G. Snyder ‘47 David R. Stachnik ‘77 William R. Steed ‘57 Michael J. Sube ‘58 Tamara H. Turner ‘88 Mary Urban ‘09 Laura A. Ventiquattro ‘07 Frank A. Viviani ‘58 John D. Wakefield ‘70 and Maria T. Wakefield ‘70 Kim M. Weaver ‘72 and Cynthia L. Weaver ‘81 Richard A. Weinstein ‘77 John T. Westerman ‘78 Ronald Winchell ‘65 Barry F. Wishengrad ‘61 Matthew T. Yancey ‘99 Rolf Zakariassen ‘79 and Beverly J. Zakariassen ‘79 Christine M. Zeolla ‘99 Mortar & Pestle ($250.00 + ) Jean M. Aleguas Pinson ‘86 Michael P. Allen American Chemical & Equipment Co. Frank S. Aprilano ‘57 Alfred A. Austin ‘97 Darrell S. Barber ‘78 Patricia C. Baron ‘87 Holly M. Bonsignore ‘82 Robert D. Boroujerdi Julie K. Burns ‘82

Business Partners Forms & Systems Inc Paul P. Cammuso ‘76 Anne T. Carlisto ‘85 David J. Carpenter ‘81 Anthony Chiffy ‘60 Joseph Chiffy ‘94 Elliot Cohen ‘58 Donald T. Collea ‘91 Paul F. Consroe ‘66 Richard T. Cornell ‘65 Joanne Criscione ‘76 William M. Cronin Everett D. Cronizer ‘87 Anne H. Decker Burton F. Deis ‘79 H. Russell Denegar ‘43 Casey DiMarco ~ Angela C. Dominelli ‘78 ~ Kenneth P. Drabik ‘74 Barbara Dumond Mark T. Edgerly ‘91 George M. Ehrmann ‘54 Deanna Ennello-Butler ~ John N. Erb ‘66 Mark W. Fagnan ‘97 Philip K. Favreau ‘87 and Barbara N. Favreau ‘88 Jeffrey P. Firlik ‘74 Thomas J. Fitzgerald ‘60 Arthur L. Forman ‘85 Peter S. Gage ‘81 L. Thomas Geiser ‘92 and Maureen A. Geiser ‘92 David Gionet and Virginia Gionet # Thomas F. Golden ‘71 and Mary Golden ‘73 Frederick S. Haggerty ‘50 Owen W. Halloran ‘75 Lynn M. Hamil ‘86 Jason Handa ‘95 Hession Electric, Inc. Hilton Garden Inn James R. Hopsicker ‘91 and Dawn G. Hopsicker ‘92 Mark E. Hopson ‘83 and Stephanie L. Goodwin ‘83 Philip M. Hritcko ‘83 John C. Huebeler ‘70 and Paula H. Huebeler ‘73 Susan L. Iwanowicz ~ William Jabour ~ Sally A. Kay John E. Kirker ‘70 David A. Kvancz ‘79 Anthony E. Laiacona ‘76 # Warren T. Lennox ‘62 Edward A. Lenz ‘56 Michael B. Levine ‘72 Paul Mangione ‘88 Joseph D. Manley ‘93 and Heather A. Manley ‘97 Nicolina M. Martini ‘79 Sean F. McCarthy ‘83 Patricia A. McMahon ‘86 Roxie J. Miles ‘70 Henry C. Miller ‘74 and Nancy Phillips ‘74

Kenneth W. Miller Milliman Consultants & Actuaries William R. Millington ~ Edward P. Molloy ‘62 Arthur W. Muldoon ‘72 Mylan Inc. Martha Naber ‘86 Talene Naljian Niagara National Inc. Andy O’Reilly Joseph P. Padalino ‘97 Robert C. Petronio ‘86 and Becky B. Petronio ‘86 Eugene R. Ponessa ‘53 Ramy Ramzy ‘09 RBM Guardian Fire Protection, Inc. John E. Romeo ‘86 Dennis Samuel ‘10 Christina Sanvidge ~ Saxton Signcorp Robin Schuyler ‘86 Elinor W. Smith ‘62 Greg R. Stanley ‘98 and Michelle M. Stanley ‘98 Abraham Thomas and Valsamma Thomas # Barbara Thurston ‘63 Robert Tompkins and Marian Tompkins # Tracey J. Toner ‘95 Berman Tsun ‘07 David E. Urban ‘74 Elwin E. VanValkenburg ‘52 Valerie A. Vashio ‘81 John T. Ward ‘76 Donald D. Weinstein ‘51 David R. Wieland ‘73 Eleanor S. Williams ‘54 Paula Wong ‘09 Maroon & White ($100.00 + ) David A. Adsit ‘80 Maryjane Aiello ‘78 Stephen Ainlay + Jacqueline A. Aldershoff ‘85 Robert J. Alessi ‘82 Thomas W. Algozzine ‘93 Beatrice C. Allis-Minion ‘72 James L. Anderson ~ Lee A. Anderson ‘66 Sidney C. Anderson ‘87 Olajide J. Animasaun ‘07 Anonymous Anne E. Astemborski ‘85 Daniel M. Astry ‘77 Jeffrey C. Bachta ‘93 P. Edgar Badgley ‘57 William A. Banovic ‘68 Debra L. Barber ‘88 Diane M. Bartell ‘81 James Bartz and Deborah Bartz # Raymond R. Bates ‘63 Deborah R. Bauman ‘79 Lisa A. Baumander ‘94 Judith M. Beaulac ‘72 Betsy A. Beecher ‘86

Phyllis Belleville ~ David J. Bendyk ‘83 Mechele L. Benton ‘82 Jerry Berger ‘62 Wendy H. Berger ‘90 Steven L. Blakeslee ‘68 Richard C. Blunden ‘86# David S. Bombard ‘83 and Anne L. Bombard ‘87 Nicholas S. Bonarrigo ‘65 Lisa E. Bonner ‘80 Kathleen M. Bonnier ‘91 Ann Marie Z. Bowman ‘70 Jayne K. Boyd ‘82~ Kevin Bradley and Mary Bradley # David C. Brands ‘68 Virginia Brennan ‘58 Jeffrey Brewer ~ Bristol-Myers Squibb Company Robert G. Brockley ‘77 Tammy Brown ‘89 Erin M. Buckley ‘97 Seymour L. Budoff ‘58 Peter T. Burdash ‘97 and Melissa A. Burdash ‘97 Joseph R. Burgess ‘72 Edward L. Burns ‘55 Gene W. Burns and Julie K. Burns ‘82 # J. Michael Burns ‘77 and Joan M. Burns ‘78 Jon P. Bushnell ‘71 Donald H. Butlien ‘52 Walter E. Byrne ‘59 Kathleen M. Carlton ‘98 Alan J. Carpenter ‘67 Brian M. Carroll ‘79 Fred A. Carroll ‘82 Marissa Cavaretta ‘10 Krista M. Cenova ‘01 Amy R. Cherkosly ‘88 Walter Cherniak ‘52 and June F. Cherniak ‘55 Albert G. Chmura ‘69 Daniel Ciampino and Jeanne Ciampino Richard F. Cimildoro ‘68 Carol A. Ciufo ‘57 Mark W. Clayburn ‘77 Esten Coan ‘52 Lois A. Cogovan ‘63 Kevin Cope and Sally Cope # Samuel A. Coppola ‘55 Nicole D. Corbett ‘86 Peter Cornish ~ Stephen C. Corson ‘79 Vincent A. Cozzarelli ‘61 Robert J. Craner ‘70 Keith F. Crimmins ‘80 Susan D. Dahm ‘66 Joseph M. De Vito ‘82 Joseph W. Decker ‘63 and Anne H. Decker ‘58 Joseph DeRuosi # James M. DiDonna ‘68 Christopher J. DiLascia ‘83 Victoria R. Dingman ‘94


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Maroon & White ($100.00 + ) continued Sean C. Dobbins ‘88 and Imelda N. Dobbins ‘88 Thomas Dosch and Virginia Dosch # Linda L. Drew ‘70 Real J. Duteau ‘69 Jill W. Edd ‘81 David D. Edwards ‘65 Lori Ehrensbeck ~ David Every ‘81 Leonard Every ‘51 Rita A. Fahr ‘79 Pat Faragon ‘56 Michael A. Farina ‘88 Andrew J. Farrell ‘84 Warren D. Ficke ‘59 Jocelyn R. Fiederer ‘80 James J. Finn ‘68 William J. Finn ‘59 Joseph Fiscella ‘82 Joseph A. Fiscella ‘53 Shanna A. Fitzpatrick ‘89 William B. Fizette ‘51 Roman Flis ‘80 Derek E. Fluty ‘94 and Amy M. Fluty ‘94 John D. Forman ‘52 Julie-Ann Fortran ‘89 James Francese ‘52 Angelo M. Friello ‘57 Gilbert Fudin ‘53 Gregory A. Fuller ‘79 Bhupendra Gadani and Minaxi Gadani # Robert P. Galer ‘92 and Julie M. Galer ‘93 Frances M. Gallagher ‘60 James E. Gannon ‘55 Thomas P. Garcia ‘83 and Teresa M. Garcia ‘83 Christopher L. Gardiner ‘06 Christine L. Garfinkel ‘88 Geraldine K. Gates ‘80 Rose Maria S. Godlewski ‘72 Bernard W. Graham ‘71 and Doreen Z. Graham ‘72 Matthew Grassi ‘09 Sean P. Greene ‘00 Vincent M. Grimaldi ‘62 Joseph P. Guarino ‘74 Kyle ‘11 and Lindsay ‘09 Guay Megan Gugino ‘10 Christine T. Haack ‘76 Wayne W. Halayko ‘80 Gary D. Hall ‘57 William C. Hallenbeck ‘58 and Ann S. Hallenbeck ‘58 Elizabeth J. Hamilton ‘56 Thomas C. Hanley ‘48 Jacqueline Harris ~ Charles A. Harsanyi ‘61 John Harter and Lynn B. Harter # William V. Hastings ‘62 Bruce D. Hatch ‘79 Daniel P. Healy ‘82

Frank A. Hempstead ‘58 Pamela L. Henderson ‘82 Laurence S. Herman ‘69 Rebecca M. Hilborn ‘95 Daniel J. Hind ‘06 and Kimberly M. Hind ‘06 Allison A. Hoff ‘95 Eugene A. Hoh ‘61 Christopher T. Horning ‘96 Jason M. Howard ‘08 Patrick E. Howlett ‘71 and Patricia A. Howlett ‘69 IBM Corporation David S. Jackson ‘66 Nicole M. Janiszewski ‘02 Sarah A. Jawald ‘04 Gary P. Johnson ‘71 and Bessie P. Johnson ‘72 Joseph P. Mangione, Inc. Thomas Kanarsky and Catherine Kanarsky # Sidney I. Keller ‘57 Vicki S. Kelsey ‘66 Ellen J. Kenney ‘95 Lorena J. Klaes ‘88 Frank H. Klippel ‘87 and Susan M. Klippel ‘87 L. J. Klippel ‘52 Robert A. Klupa ‘71 Mathew Kochupurackal and Lissy Kochupurackal # Deborah B. Komoroski ‘78 Jacqueline A. Konkol ‘92 Janet S. Korwan ‘81 Srividya Kotapati ‘01 Arthur Kramer ‘59 and Jeannie Kramer ‘59 Joan L. LaFolette ‘78 David O. Lange ‘89 and Jean A. Lange ‘90 Salvatore J. Lanzafame ‘55 Edward Larche and Michele Larche # George Lasik ‘79 Mark P. Laurin ‘80 An N. Le ‘06 Dean E. Lea ‘74 and Debra M. Lea ‘79 Chuck Lee and Naomi Lee # Mark S. Lenes ‘70 David T. Lester ‘90 and Michelle T. Lester ‘90 Douglas R. Lindke ‘80 William R. Little ‘52 Paul G. Litynski ‘77 Dawen Liu and Gloria Liu # Henry G. Lobl ‘68 Robert J. Locke ‘72 Robert Loibl and Ann Marie Loibl # Diane G. Lubertine ‘63 Debbie Lussier ~ Joseph A. Maiello ‘77 Ted Malahias ‘82 Marc A. Mario ‘78 Richard A. Marra ‘60 John P. Martin ‘69 Lisa A. Mason ‘83 Amy L. Matott ‘92

Raymond D. Matthews ‘89 Lester E. Maxik ‘52 Everett C. McBride ‘62 Lynn K. McKinnon ‘88 Ronald C. Menard ‘61 Peter Miceli and Nora Miceli # Jeffrey G. Middendorf ‘96 Allison T. Militello ‘89 Michael T. Miller ‘97 and Katy-Erin Miller ‘91 Theodore L. Mitchell ‘80 Timothy Morgan and Cynthia Morgan # David J. Moyer ‘75 Mary E. Murphy ‘48 David M. Murray ‘74 Scott M. Murray ‘93 and Maryann Murray ‘94 Scott W. Murray ‘86 Thomas Natalie ‘96 and Dr. Jil Natalie ‘02 Nancy S. Newkirk ‘76 Albert V. Nicolella ‘59 Andrew E. Nielsen ‘51 Edmond Nubla and Elizabeth Nubla # Robert D. O’Brien ‘95 and Rosanna O’Brien ‘95 David F. O’Connell ‘67 Francis E. O’Hearn ‘63 Michele Pallotta ‘77 Michael A. Panasci ‘93 and Lori A. Panasci ‘94 Ann M. Parillo ‘57 Julius A. Pasquariello ‘83 William E. Peck ‘90 Ellen Peil # Ruth J. Perkins ‘97 Wendy R. Perry ‘78 Brenda L. Petrie ‘00 Frederick G. Pickles ‘52 Anne K. Pierson ‘51 Benedetta Pinello ‘00 Mark E. Pochal ‘82# Therese I. Poirier ‘77 P. Ronald Pollack ‘63 Robert S. Pomerantz ‘58 Dominick J. Porco ‘75 and Ingeborg S. Porco ‘77 David G. Potter ‘89 Richard Pratt and Lori Pratt # James D. Preston ‘65 Jack A. Pross ‘67 Susan M. Quinn ‘88 Arthur A. Ramsey ‘62 Nancy J. Randall ‘91 Gary Randolph and Doreen R. Randolph # William Ray and Elaine Ray # Ira H. Rheingold ‘60 Guy S. Robinson and Linda K. Robinson # Gregory Rodzevik and Rose Rodzevik # Shawn K. Roggie ‘03 Linda J. Ronk ‘73

Phillip J. Rose ‘75 John Ross ~ Nathan M. Rossi ‘07 Daniel Rubinson ‘52 Robert R. Russell ‘78 John P. Ryan ‘88 Paul Sabella and Ellen Sabella # Cynthia S. Sadauskas ‘87 Walter Samselski and Geraldine Samselski # Gary M. Sanges ‘73 Kellie A. Sanzone Herbert V. Savage ‘51 Thomas A. Saxby ‘85 Judith A. Schmonsky ~ Howard Schwartz ‘48 James L. Senese ‘77 Hyun S. Seo ‘93 James H. Serour ‘72 John J. Sheeley ‘63 William E. Sheeley ‘68 and Maryann M. Sheeley ‘70 Jay A. Sherline ‘63 John F. Sherman ‘49 Jean E. Siegrist David Silverhart ‘51 Andrew R. Smith and Mary Frances Smith # Kathy A. Smith ‘81 Thomas B. Snow ‘71 Robert H. Solomon ‘62 Dexter B. Spaulding ‘58 Cynthia G. Spencer ‘87 Steven St. Onge ‘09 Stanley R. Stankes ‘50 Elizabeth A. Stanzione ‘80 Jerald M. Stemerman ‘60 Matthew Stever ~ Aimee Strang ~ Lewis W. Sturgess ‘53 Vijay Suggula and Sarada Suggula # Roger Surman and Laura Surman # Garen Szablewski ‘81 David E. Talarico ‘62 Richard Tannenbaum ‘55 Norton W. Taylor ‘49 Jacqueline R. Thomas ‘74 Cynthia A. Thompson ‘04 Michael Thompson and Erlinda Thompson # Leila M. Tibi ‘02 Sandra J. Tommarello ‘83 Edward L. Toomajian ‘81 and Rosemary S. Toomajian ‘81 Robert M. Toomajian ‘62 Kurt E. Trautmann ‘73 and Carol G. Trautmann ‘72 Janice K. Treichler ‘58 Edward J. Trnka ‘59 Edward Tsikudo and Caroline Tsikudo # Union Bank Foundation Kevin D. Valade ‘93 Harold E. Veeder ‘58 Frances Verderame

Anthony Vilardi and Lee B. Vilardi # Heather Walczyk ‘11 Tamara Wanchisen ‘93 Donna W. Warren ‘77 Susan E. Waterman ‘77 Harold L. Weisberg ‘55 Gretchen S. Welge ‘78 Frederick L. Wendt ‘67 Karen S. Whitney ‘78 Korey H. Willard ‘80 Leo A. Wisniewski ‘72 Jean M. Witkowski ‘93 Christine M. Wood ‘78 Wayne F. Woodcock ‘57 Michael J. Zandri ‘84 Giuseppe Zeolla

Class Giving

1943 Class size: 9 # of Donors: 1 % of Participants: 11.11 H. Russell Denegar 1944 Class size: 4 # of Donors: 1 % of Participants: 25 Mildred Israel Goldberg 1947 Class size: 15 # of Donors: 2 % of Participants: 13.33 Total Gift: $525 Mary Saltsman Nellis Regina Snyder 1948 Class size: 19 # of Donors: 4 % of Participants: 21.05 Total Gift: $350 Thomas C. Hanley Irmgard Schuler Kaiser Mary Murphy Howard Schwartz 1949 Class size: 36 # of Donors: 8 % of Participants: 22.22 Total Gift: $2,500 Thomas J. Connolly Betty Blount Frink Marie Robert Hare Richard F. Isele Edmond A. Robert John H. Schell John F. Sherman Norton W. Taylor 1950 Class size: 41 # of Donors: 4 % of Participants: 9.76 Total Gift: $445 Frederick S. Haggerty Richard J. Phair Elizabeth Sheldon Stanley R. Stankes

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1951 Class size: 48 # of Donors: 11 % of Participants: 22.92 Total Gift: $1,760 Raymond J. Blake Leonard Every William B. Fizette Harold Jaffee Ronald W. McLean Andrew E. Nielsen Anne Keeler Pierson Herbert V. Savage Harold W. Seitz David Silverhart Donald D. Weinstein 1952 Class size: 54 # of Donors: 17 % of Participants: 31.48 Total Gift: $2,170 Donald H. Butlien Walter Cherniak Esten Coan John D. Forman James Francese Wallace C. Kahan L. Teakle Klippel William R. Little Lester E. Maxik Joseph G. Mount Frederick G. Pickles Daniel Rubinson Robert C. Schmitt Jerome B. Shapiro Robert H. Van Vlack Gordon VanDebogart Elwin E. VanValkenburg 1953 Class size: 43 # of Donors: 9 % of Participants: 20.93 Total Gift: $11,215 Albert A. Curri Joseph A. Fiscella Gilbert Fudin Virginia Manory McBride Jack A. Monakey Lawrence M. Mosse Eugene R. Ponessa Lewis W. Sturgess Robert E. Thiess 1954 Class size: 52 # of Donors: 10 % of Participants: 19.23 Total Gift: $5,725 Scott W. Brown Francis J. DiLascia George M. Ehrmann James E. Harrington Robert O. Hitchcock Charles W. Owens John J. Rivolta Alan Tubbs Eleanor Sager Williams Edward W. Wind

1955 Class size: 37 # of Donors: 8 % of Participants: 21.62 Total Gift: $800 Edward L. Burns June Favreau Cherniak Samuel A. Coppola James E. Gannon Miriam Belote Hogle Salvatore J. Lanzafame Richard Tannenbaum Harold L. Weisberg 1956 Class size: 47 # of Donors: 6 % of Participants: 12.77 Total Gift: $1,055 Pat Faragon Elizabeth Jennings Hamilton Edward A. Lenz Joseph W. MacFarland Leonard G. Sherwood Alvin E. Strack 1957 Class size: 52 # of Donors: 14 % of Participants: 26.92 Total Gift: $12,375 Nick G. Anagnost Frank S. Aprilano P. Edgar Badgley Thomas E. Byrnes Carol Allen Ciufo J. Gordon Dailey Angelo M. Friello Gary D. Hall Sidney I. Keller Jeanette Sturgess Lamb Ann Parillo Frank J. Piccirillo William R. Steed Wayne F. Woodcock 1958 Class size: 60 # of Donors: 24 % of Participants: 40.00 Total Gift: $13,665 Richard K. Barber G. Wesley Barnard Virginia Gritsch Brennan Seymour L. Budoff Elliot Cohen Selig D. Corman Anne Hamann Decker Leonard E. Dwyer Louis P. Fortin Rocco F. Giruzzi Barry Goldstein William C. Hallenbeck Frank A. Hempstead Conrad J. Knapp Leo E. Maggy John F. McCarthy Ann Didomenicantonio Oathout Robert S. Pomerantz

Donald Seifert Dexter B. Spaulding Michael J. Sube Janice Imson Treichler Harold E. Veeder Frank A. Viviani 1959 Class size: 61 # of Donors: 18 % of Participants: 29.51 Total Gift: $13,442 Walter E. Byrne Edward A. Fausel Warren D. Ficke William J. Finn Kenneth W. Hunter Irvin C. Kepner Lester R. Kleinman Jeannie Scully Kramer Arthur Kramer Ralph T. Mancini Sidney S. Markus Ronald G. Matthews Albert V. Nicolella Sally Grube Olech Katherine Zobel Petrone Burton W. Segelin Edward J. Trnka Joseph V. Walsh 1960 Class size: 58 # of Donors: 14 % of Participants: 24.14 Total Gift: $4,685 Joseph M. Battaglia James H. Beatson Anthony Chiffy William J. Dwyer Thomas J. Fitzgerald Frances Jastrzebski Gallagher Paul A. Kucza Mary Lou Schipp Mancini Richard A. Marra Bernard Nowitz Carol Van Dyk Powell Ira H. Rheingold Jerald M. Stemerman Lois Cassidy Zuill 1961 Class size: 70 # of Donors: 17 % of Participants: 24.29 Total Gift: $11,656 Richard D. Baylis John A. Bottiroli Vincent A. Cozzarelli Celia Feiner Epstein Marilyn Cepiel Fortin Roy F. Hammecker Charles A. Harsanyi Eugene A. Hoh Alfred A. Lotano Ronald C. Menard Harry P. Norman Dennis R. O’Grady Robert M. Santimaw David B. Van Etten F. Hamilton White Barry F. Wishengrad

Edward J. Wortley 1962 Class size: 60 # of Donors: 20 % of Participants: 29.41 Total Gift: $3,850 Brian W. Bartle Jerry Berger John J. Duffy Floyd Firman Vincent M. Grimaldi John J. Guokas Walter G. Hagues William V. Hastings Elaine Grimm Henry Charles H. Hudson Frank C. LaPuma Warren T. Lennox Everett C. McBride Edward P. Molloy James W. Nowicki Arthur A. Ramsey Elinor Woodcock Smith Robert H. Solomon David E. Talarico Robert M. Toomajian 1963 Class size: 84 # of Donors: 17 % of Participants: 20.24 Total Gift: $30,362 Raymond R. Bates William A. Cetnar Lois Cogovan Richard H. Daffner Joseph W. Decker Maureen Foley Zachary I. Hanan Joseph S. Janowski Diane Grimaldi Lubertine John Morone Francis E. O’Hearn Thomas V. Oathout P. Ronald Pollack Howard A. Rubinger John J. Sheeley Jay A. Sherline Barbara Cote Thurston 1964 Class size: 16 # of Donors: 2 % of Participants: 12.50 Total Gift: $5,050 John Spanburgh Mary Eagle Yates 1965 Class size: 84 # of Donors: 13 % of Participants: 15.48 Total Gift: $11,675 Nicholas S. Bonarrigo Richard T. Cornell Albert L. DiDonna Thomas S. Drahushuk Robert S. Edson David D. Edwards William Leroy Sandra Frasier Lory

Janina Krepa Miller James Miller James D. Preston Jack Rosenblum Ronald Winchell 1966 Class size: 71 # of Donors: 17 % of Participants: 23.94 Total Gift: $13,080 Lee A. Anderson James P. Byrnes Mary Rigosu Carney James E. Chaffee Paul F. Consroe Susan Dahm John N. Erb Frank C. Flannery David S. Jackson Vicki Smith Kelsey James J. Kitts Jacqueline Pagano Merrick Philip R. Palumbo Kathleen Mack Quackenbush William T. Quackenbush William L. Sliter Alice McMorrow Sliter 1967 Class size: 74 # of Donors: 15 % of Participants: 20.27 Total Gift: $6,315 Thomas A. Alpert Alan J. Carpenter Donald R. Charles Diane Prudhomme DeGroff Jo-Adele Carley Dumper Robert R. Henion Richard L. Johnson Barry B. Liepshutz John S. North David F. O’Connell Jack A. Pross Jeannette Choiniere Rogowski Donald F. Scullion Edgar V. Stevens Frederick L. Wendt 1968 Class size: 86 # of Donors: 15 % of Participants: 17.44 Total Gift: $2,785 Andrew R. Allen William A. Banovic Steven L. Blakeslee David C. Brands Richard F. Cimildoro James M. DiDonna Susann Wintle Dugo James J. Finn Jane Wells Fox Suzanne Goodrich Gaetano Raymond T. Giblin Robert V. Holcomb Henry G. Lobl Ronald S. Sahr William E. Sheeley


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1969 Class size: 86 # of Donors: 21 % of Participants: 24.42 Total Gift: $12,155 Kalsey D. Arquette Sally McLaughlin Bauer Alan Blum Albert G. Chmura Richard A. Cognetti Philip W. Cornell Lynne Cotich Cote Russell D. Cranston George H. Crittenden Real J. Duteau Laurence S. Herman Patricia Moore Howlett Sylvia McCochrane Kaminsky David S. Knightes James S. Larnard John J. Longacker John P. Martin Barbara Romanow Olchek Barry A. Paraizo Wallace B. Pickworth Michael J. Pinsonneault 1970 Class size: 75 # of Donors: 17 % of Participants: 22.67 Total Gift: $17,891 Harvey M. Arbit Ann Marie Zavisky Bowman Theresa Cummings Case John R. Cote Robert J. Craner Mary Snyder Dolbeck Linda Lee Drew John C. Huebeler John Edward Kirker John P. LeGrand Mark S. Lenes Roxie Moss Miles Stephen B. Morgan Joseph S. Rebisz Maryann Muscato Sheeley John D. Wakefield Maria Haggerty Wakefield 1971 Class size: 76 # of Donors: 13 % of Participants: 17.11 Total Gift: $4,425 Jon P. Bushnell Bernard G. Ettinger Gregory P. George Thomas F. Golden Bernard W. Graham Patrick E. Howlett Gary P. Johnson Robert A. Klupa Paul M. Matala A. Frank Mauro Thomas H. Neely Thomas B. Snow Mary Anne Koval Valenti

1972 Class size: 80 # of Donors: 18 % of Participants: 22.50 Total Gift: $4,270 Beatrice Allis Allis-Minion Judith Michela Beaulac Joseph R. Burgess Barbara Holleran George Rose Maria Sleurs Godlewski Doreen Zobre Graham R. Gary Hollenbeck Bessie Pappas Johnson Michael B. Levine Robert J. Locke Arthur W. Muldoon Gregg W. Richmond David M. Sellis James H. Serour Charles A. Sharkey Carol Graham Trautmann Kim M. Weaver Leo A. Wisniewski 1973 Class size: 69 # of Donors: 12 % of Participants: 17.39 Total Gift: $4,035 Alan F. Beck Kathleen Carpenter Galletta Vincent A. Galletta James P. Hranek Paula Smith Huebeler Michael W. McEntarfer David J. Muller Thomas R. Reif Linda Williams Ronk Gary M. Sanges Kurt E. Trautmann David R. Wieland 1974 Class size: 85 # of Donors: 20 % of Participants: 23.53 Total Gift: $16,107 Constance Fahd Corbett Kandyce Jones Daley Kenneth P. Drabik Eileen Livingston Faist Richard C. Finkle Jeffrey P. Firlik Louis J. Fratto Frank L. Grosso Marylee Ford Grosso Joseph P. Guarino David M. Kile Susan Malone Kile Dean E. Lea Frederick J. Macri Henry C. Miller David M. Murray Nancy Phillips Vincent A. Pigula Jacqueline Rudy Thomas David E. Urban

1975 Class size: 107 # of Donors: 13 % of Participants: 12.15 Total Gift: $4,255 Steven H. Berkowitz Glynis Price Clark Kim M. Demers Frederick A. Ellis Owen W. Halloran Olesia Melnitschenko Hollenbeck Sharon Maloney Leary David J. Moyer Mary Beth Considine Poland Dominick J. Porco Phillip J. Rose Diane Bramkamp Sacco Russell A. Yandon 1976 Class size: 100 # of Donors: 12 % of Participants: 12.00 Total Gift: $13,300 Paul P. Cammuso Robert F. Clark Joanne Criscione Criscione-McTague David J. Dalton William Galarneau Christine Turner Haack Rick N. Hogle Eric T. Klippel Anthony E. Laiacona Nancy Smith Newkirk David M. Oles John T. Ward 1977 Class size: 108 # of Donors: 21 % of Participants: 19.44 Total Gift: $2,600 Daniel M. Astry Robert G. Brockley J. Michael Burns Mark W. Clayburn Edward E. Cretaro Shirley Fourman Deborah Underhill Henderson William J. Libera Paul G. Litynski Joseph A. Maiello Debra Shoemaker Masel Deirdre Killelea McEntarfer Michele Pallotta Therese Poirier Ingeborg Sturm Porco Linda Eyer Rosenthal James L. Senese David R. Stachnik Donna Warren Susan Waterman Richard A. Weinstein

1978 Class size: 112 # of Donors: 17 % of Participants: 15.18 Total Gift: $2,525 Maryjane Ferazzoli Aiello Darrell S. Barber Joan Dilaura Burns Mark E. Connelly Angela Pasquariello Dominelli William M. Fiero Deborah Battaglia Komoroski Joan Gunton LaFolette Marc Andrew Mario Wendy Rich Perry Robert R. Russell Joseph P. Sanzone Gretchen Saubrier Welge John T. Westerman Karen Steffen Whitney Christine Andryszczyk Wood James W. Youngs 1979 Class size: 124 # of Donors: 25 % of Participants: 20.16 Total Gift: $7,983 Gary J. Algozzine Deborah Ross Bauman Brian M. Carroll Stephen C. Corson Burton F. Deis Rita Corbett Fahr Gregory A. Fuller Terri Morkunas Hanrahan Bruce D. Hatch Flory Wishnoff Herman Martin F. Kelly David A. Kvancz George Lasik Debra Gibbs Lea Nicolina Martini Kathleen Hudson McCasland Mark J. Quackenbush James J. Roome Jean Schweigert Siegrist Richard E. Siegrist Diane Paradise Sisto Maria Poleto Steinbach Diane Carr Tolosky Rolf Zakariassen Beverly Lavere Zakariassen 1980 Class size: 113 # of Donors: 17 % of Participants: 15.04 Total Gift: $59,590 David A. Adsit Lisa Edmunds Bonner Keith F. Crimmins Jocelyn Scott Fiederer Roman Flis Geraldine Vandresar Gates Wayne W. Halayko Bridget-ann Murphy Hart Maureen Keegan Mark P. Laurin

Douglas R. Lindke Edward A. Loeber Theodore L. Mitchell Elizabeth Ciaccio Stanzione A. Jeffrey Newell Larry V. Watson Korey H. Willard 1981 Class size: 119 # of Donors: 22 % of Participants: 18.49 Total Gift: $5,575 Diane Bartell Jolene Bates Raymond A. Bleser David J. Carpenter James W. Duffy Jill Walpole Edd David Every Peter S. Gage Mark Gersten Kathleen Zwick Hayes Lorraine Gadomski Herkenham Alesa Raymond Hughto William C. Irwin Leon N. Kentner Janet Korwan Stephen C. Krom Daniel R. Sanders Kathy Johnson Smith Garen Szablewski Edward L. Toomajian Valerie Vashio Cynthia Lyons Weaver 1982 Class size: 117 # of Donors: 25 % of Participants: 21.37 Total Gift: $3,565 Robert J. Alessi Mechele Fervan Benton James Bollinger Holly Galick Bonsignore Jane Konkol Boyd Roseanne Thomas Burke Julie Kurpil Burns Fred A. Carroll Joseph M. De Vito Joseph Fiscella Steven Frisbee Kathleen Longtin Frisbee Daniel P. Healy Pamela Henderson Janet Ostrowski Johnson Ted Malahias Marie Marhan Dropkin Marian Hawrylchak McLaughlin James McLaughlin Christine Berard Petit Mark E. Pochal Kellie Shannon Sanzone Evelyn Mead Vavra John P. Vavra Richard J. Zeppieri

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1983 Class size: 104 # of Donors: 22 % of Participants: 21.15 Total Gift: $8,155 Anonymous David J. Bendyk Teresa Moquin Benosky David S. Bombard Laurie Briceland Susan Lord Cuculich Christopher J. DiLascia Thomas P. Garcia Teresa Green Garcia Geno J. Germano Stephanie Goodwin Christopher A. Henderson Mark E. Hopson Bruce L. Hotchkiss Philip M. Hritcko Lisa Baker Mason Sean F. McCarthy Julius A. Pasquariello John R. Ripley David M. Tenero Sandra Valentine Tommarello Patricia Neugebauer Wilson 1984 Class size: 109 # of Donors: 15 % of Participants: 13.76 Total Gift: $9,220 Robin Alteri Stephen A. Bean Marion Ebert Bradley Robert L. Correia Andrew J. Farrell Steven Fiero Anthony J. Graziano Kathleen Farrell Krazinski Maryanne Mackin Mackey Marion Tovey Morton Jeffery W. Opal Douglas F. Perryman Bonnie T. Peters James H. Purcell Michael J. Zandri 1985 Class size: 116 # of Donors: 16 % of Participants: 13.79 Total Gift: $6,050 Jacqueline Miranda Aldershoff Anne Astemborski Stephen Beecher Anne Carlisto Arthur L. Forman Deborah Green Steven B. Hansel Christopher J. Klein William V. Krazinski Theresa Lubowski John T. McDonald Samuel T. Piraino Naomi Hudzinski Piraino Thomas A. Saxby

John H. Shambo Scott M. Terrillion 1986 Class size: 128 # of Donors: 16 % of Participants: 12.50 Total Gift: $3,875 Jean Merrigan Aleguas Pinson Richard C. Blunden Jennifer Caloia Mariangela Kustyn Capozzi Nicole Dinallo Corbett Tammy Vinson Garrett Theresa Bouchard Germano Lynn Hamil Joyce Hughston Hansel Patricia Stewart McMahon Scott W. Murray Martha Naber Becky Bray Petronio Robert C. Petronio John E. Romeo Robin Schuyler 1987 Class size: 130 # of Donors: 13 % of Participants: 10.00 Total Gift: $1,765 Sidney C. Anderson Patricia Carroll Baron James A. Bartosik Marc D. Boulais Everett D. Cronizer Philip K. Favreau Barbara Gadomski Joyce Susan Glode Klippel Frank H. Klippel Jay R. Marshall Renata Strozik McKenzie Cynthia Sadauskas Cynthia Bodrogi Spencer 1988 Class size: 123 # of Donors: 18 % of Participants: 14.63 Total Gift: $2,575 Debra Valentine Barber Amy Somach Cherkosly Kelley Medes Cirillo Imelda Nicolella Dobbins Sean C. Dobbins Deirdre Dowling Docherty Michael A. Farina Barbara Nuffer Favreau Christine Sherman Garfinkel Lorena Scanlin Klaes Paul Mangione Lynn Klutschkowski McKinnon Susan Quinn John P. Ryan Larry G. Tabor Nancy Iannotti Trips Tamara Turner Suzanne Chapman Walton

1989 Class size: 145 # of Donors: 16 % of Participants: 11.03 Total Gift: $1,660 Lena Arell Beeson Tammy Bowman Brown Robert E. Crain Sharon Saso Farrell Shanna Aleschus Fitzpatrick Julie-Ann Serafini Fortran David O. Lange Michael M. Mascitelli Raymond D. Matthews Judith Campion McDonald Allison Rubin Militello Nicole O’Brien Parrish David G. Potter Michael J. Sessa Mary Szczygiel John A. Wind 1990 Class size: 112 # of Donors: 9 % of Participants: 8.04 Total Gift: $2,561 Wendy Berger Clayton D. Edwards Wendy Pimm Galgano James T. Galgano David T. Lester Michelle Dupuis Lester William E. Peck Sarah Stevens Velez Carlos N. Velez 1991 Class size: 139 # of Donors: 11 % of Participants: 7.91 Total Gift: $9,537 Kathleen Eccles Bonnier Donald T. Collea Mark T. Edgerly Michelle Becker Edwards James R. Hopsicker Ellen Kennett Susan Learned Maureen Hume Millen Manuel Ramirez Nancy Hebert Randall Mary Underhill 1992 Class size: 140 # of Donors: 12 % of Participants: 8.57 Total Gift: $1,119 Jeffrey P. Burbank Robert P. Galer Maureen Crowley Geiser L. Thomas Geiser Laurie Govel Jacqueline Konkol Amy Caron Matott Sandra Sparks McLoud Denise Goodermote Nero Paul B. Pagnotta Sharon Grant Segouin Robert J. West

1993 Class size: 120 # of Donors: 15 % of Participants: 12.50 Total Gift: $3,225 Thomas W. Algozzine Jeffrey C. Bachta Jennifer Cerulli Mary Dubay Coolidge Christopher A. Fausel Dale R. Lewis Tiffany Garner Loder Joseph D. Manley Scott M. Murray Michael A. Panasci Hyun Suh Seo Laura Miller Stevens Kevin D. Valade Tamara Wanchisen Jean Dipardo Witkowski 1994 Class size: 134 # of Donors: 8 % of Participants: 5.97 Total Gift: $1,765 Lisa Morana Baumander Deborah Eisaman Burbank Joseph Chiffy Victoria Ardia Dingman Amy Furman Fluty Derek E. Fluty Matthew Scott Julie Pelech West 1995 Class size: 123 # of Donors: 16 % of Participants: 13.01 Total Gift: $1,718 Anonymous Jason Handa Rebecca Hilborn Allison Garcia Hoff Jodi Johnson Ellen Kenney Christine Debboli Mulhern Robert D. O’Brien Rosanna Cassata O’Brien Anna Bucciero O’Neil Mary Plante St. Hilaire Aimee Ansari Strang Tracey Jansen Toner Catherine Gottuso Wheelock C. Michael White Shelly Miller Williams 1996 Class size: 121 # of Donors: 10 % of Participants: 8.26 Total Gift: $2,700 Betsy A. Beecher Brian A. Bruyns John J. Faragon Christopher T. Horning Jeffrey G. Middendorf Thomas J. Natalie Jason J. Pabon Brandi Miller Romano Ronald V. Romano

1997 Class size: 133 # of Donors: 13 % of Participants: 9.77 Total Gift: $2,715 Alfred A. Austin Erin Wainman Buckley Melissa Oles Burdash Peter T. Burdash Bridget Reilly Czaban James P. Edson Mark W. Fagnan Heidi Crossett Hardy Heather Baker Manley Michael T. Miller Joseph P. Padalino Ruth Perkins Diane Birney Scott 1998 Class size: 142 # of Donors: 6 % of Participants: 4.23 Total Gift: $575 Kathleen Sears Carlton Anmari Charvat Hanrahan Cynthia Nekos Gary E. Sambrook Michelle Stanley Greg R. Stanley 1999 Class size: 130 # of Donors: 5 % of Participants: 3.85 Total Gift: $1,635 Robert Dicenzo Krista Pahler Samantha McVey Schwall Matthew T. Yancey Christine Tallo Zeolla 2000 Class size: 116 # of Donors: 4 % of Participants: 3.45 Total Gift: $500 Sean P. Greene Brenda Petrie Benedetta Comande Pinello Robert J. Tobin 2001 Class size: 110 # of Donors: 5 % of Participants: 4.55 Total Gift: $329 Krista Cenova Thomas R. Green Srividya Chirumamilla Kotapati Michael S. Leake Kelly Collins Sullivan 2002 Class size: 140 # of Donors: 4 % of Participants: 2.86 Total Gift: $437 Nicole Janiszewski Jill Pitts Natalie Jacqueline Kloch Oetinger Leila Tibi


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2003 Class size: 124 # of Donors: 3 % of Participants: 2.42 Total Gift: $192 Asim M. Abu-Baker Megan O’Brien Shawn K. Roggie 2004 Class size: 130 # of Donors: 3 % of Participants: 2.31 Total Gift: $350 Julia Bartoszek Gardiner Sarah Parnapy Jawald Cynthia Thompson 2005 Class size: 121 # of Donors: 2 % of Participants: 1.65 Total Gift: $70 Nancy Egerton Lisa Walts Farmer 2006 Class size: 147 # of Donors: 5 % of Participants: 3.40 Total Gift: $420 Christopher L. Gardiner Daniel J. Hind Kimberly Thomas Hind An Le Kelli Manor Rushia 2007 Class size: 144 # of Donors: 4 % of Participants: 2.78 Total Gift: $950 Olajide John Animasaun Nathan M. Rossi Berman Tsun Laura Ventiquattro 2008 Class size: 212 # of Donors: 2 % of Participants: .94 Total Gift: $125 Jason M. Howard Brian C. Matthews 2009 Class size: 235 # of Donors: 8 % of Participants: 3.40 Total Gift: $1,490 Matthew Grassi Lindsay Bell Guay Stephanie Kohan Yun Lin Ramy Ramzy Steven St. Onge Mary Urban Paula Wong


2010 Class size: 215 # of Donors: 3 % of Participants: 1.40 Total Gift: $600 Marissa Cavaretta Megan Gugino Dennis Samuel 2011 Class size: 254 # of Donors: 2 % of Participants: .79 Total Gift: $250 Kyle Guay Heather Walczyk Matching Gift Companies Total Gift: $19,750 Abbott Laboratories Amgen Foundation Bank of America Bristol-Myers Squibb Company Cardinal Health Foundation Costco Wholesale Eli Lilly and Company Express Scripts GE Foundation GlaxoSmithKline, Inc. IBM Corporation Kinney Drugs, Inc. Merck Partnership for Giving Pfizer, Inc. Roche Union Bank Foundation Francis J. O’Brien Society Alan Blum ‘69 Lucille Cerro Donald R. Charles, Jr. ‘67 Elliot Cohen ‘58 John R. Cote ‘70 and Lynne Cote ’69 Jack and Kandyce J. Daley ‘74 + William G. Davis ‘70 * Edward Enos ’84 and Maureen Enos ‘84 # Mark W. Fagnan ‘97 Warren D. Ficke ‘59 John L. Finnegan ‘57 * James Hunter Richard F. Isele ‘49 David S. Knightes ‘69 Chester Koblantz Susan N. Layne ‘61 Bruce D. Martin ‘55 Roxie J. Miles ‘70 Marion T. Morton ‘84 + Arthur W. Muldoon ‘72 Kenneth M. Nirenberg William F. O’Brien Charles W. Owens ‘54 Katherine F. Petrone ‘59 Eugene R. Ponessa ‘53 Frank A. Reiss ‘89 *

Allen G. Rosenshine Regina G. Snyder ‘47 Shirley C. Stolarski ‘74 Norton W. Taylor ‘49 Robert M. Toomajian ‘62 Gino Turchi and Willie Turchi Robert H. Van Vlack ‘52 Corporations & Foundations AAACP Abbott Laboratories American Chemical & Equipment Co. Amgen Foundation Anthem Health Sevices Audio Video Corporation AXA Advisors, LLC Bank of America Brighter Choice Foundation Bristol-Myers Squibb Company BST Advisory Network, LLC Business Partners Forms & Systems Inc. Cardinal Health Cardinal Health Foundation Champlain Valley Physicians Hopital Medical Center Chicago Title Insurance Company Chubb & Son ComDoc, Inc. Compass Group Costco Wholesale Crouse Hospital CVS/Caremark Eli Lilly and Company Envision Architects PC Express Scripts Fletcher Allen Health Care Follett Higher Education Group Four Corners Pharmacy GE Foundation GlaxoSmithKline, Inc. Hannaford Bros. Co. Health Quest Systems, Inc. Hession Electric, Inc. Hilton Garden Inn HSBC IBM Corporation InterfaceFlor Commercial Janitronics Facility Services Joseph P. Mangione, Inc. Kaplan Test Prep and Admissions Kinney Drugs, Inc. KMart Pharmacy/Sears Holdings Mabey’s Moving & Storage, Inc. Mary Imogene Bassett Hospital Metro Resources, LLC Micro-Optical Methods

Milliman Consultants & Actuaries Mylan Inc. NACDS Foundation Niagara National Inc. Novartis U.S. Foundation Omnicare, Inc./Royal Care Pauli Financial Group, LLC Pfizer, Inc. Price Chopper Publix Super Markets Charities, Inc. RBC Capital Markets RBM Guardian Fire Protection, Inc. Rite Aid Corporation Robison Family Foundation Roche Rose and Kiernan, Inc. Sam Greco Construction, Inc. Saxton Signcorp Sonitrol of Albany Stratton VA Medical Center Target Stores Tech Valley Communications Technical Building Services The Standish Family Fund Time Warner of Albany, N.Y. Tops Markets, LLC Turflinks Union Bank Foundation Union Graduate College Vascular Vision Pharmaceuticals Co Wal*Mart Walgreens Wegmans Food Markets, Inc. Windham Pharmacy/ Greene Medical Arts

Jane Boyd Collins Pipe & Supply Co Denise Corbett Selig Corman ‘58 William Cronin Thomas and Lynn Cumm Kandyce J. Daley ‘74 Marilyn Daly Rinaldo ‘52 * and Lucy DeNuzzo Joseph Dilger Vicki and Michael DiLorenzo Rod and Julie-Ann ‘89 Fortran Patricia Frandino Marjorie Collins Gandron and Marc Gandron James and Lorraine Gozzo Gary ‘57 and Doris Hall Brian and Maria Harple Jacqueline Harris Amy Bogle Hoagland Ruth Jones and Kandyce Bruce Charles and Doreen Kana Bernice Karp Lawrence and Ellen ‘91 Kennett David ‘74 and Susan ‘74 Kile Susanna Lawler Alex and Catherine Manuele Dr. Kenneth Miller Marion T. Morton ‘84 Leonard and Anne Nichols The Pharmacy Wallace B. Pickworth ‘69 and Hannah Pickworth Francis and Gloria Richards Sheehy Opticians Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Williams Thomas and Jean Winn C. W. Wray

Gifts-In-Kind Envision Architects PC Four Corners Pharmacy William H. Helfand Meenakski Malik Micro-Optical Methods A. Jeffrey ‘80 and Deborah ‘79 Newell John S. North ‘67 Pfizer, Inc. Michael Rielly

In Memory of James Bollinger ‘58

In Memoriam In Memory of Alfred J. Collins, Jr. ‘53 Alfred J. Collins ‘53 Warner-Lambert Scholarship Mr.and Mrs. Martin Ainspan Robert and Marion Ames Earle and Carole Ashbridge Mrs. Joyce Bollinger

James E. Bollinger ’58 Memorial Scholarship Christine Beecher James Bollinger, Jr. ‘82 Joyce Bollinger George N. Brown Selig Corman ‘58 William Cronin Kandyce Daley ‘74 Vicki and Michael DiLorenzo Gordon and Lorraine Endries Patricia Endries Louis ‘58 and Marilyn ‘61 Fortin Fox and Schingo James and Lorraine Gozzo Lorraine Hackett

James E. Bollinger ’58 Memorial Scholarship continued David ‘74 and Susan ‘74 Kile Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Knapik ‘68 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph LaPetina Alfred ‘61 and Theresa Lotano Leo ‘58 and Phyllis Maggy Ms. Patricia Marocco Marra’s Pharmacy Nancy Newkirk ‘76 Pfizer, Inc. Office of Medicaid Inspection Mr. and Mrs. Davied Mooradian Thomas ‘63 and Ann ‘58 Oathout George and Marilyn O’Connell Michael Overman Julie Pelech-West Mr. James Purcell Richard Robison ‘52 Betty Rooke and Diane Piccirillo Dexter B. Spaulding ‘58 Michael Sube ‘58 Michael Surin Janice Treichler ‘58 In Memory of Muriel Sowek Carol Lee Sowek ‘74 Memorial Scholarship Fund ACPHS American Pharmacists Association Ms. Lorraine Bailey The Bennett Agency Eileen and Glyn Bergin E. Peter and Patricia Blanchfield Mary Burke Paul and Connie Campbell Chubb & Son Anthony Ciccone Maryteresa Colello Paul and Phyllis Cooney William and Elaine Cronin Robert and Joanne DiFrancesco Vicki and Michael DiLorenzo Lori Ehrensbeck Farm Family Kyle ‘11 and Lindsay ‘09 Guay Angelina Lombardo and Natalie Monescalchi James Hasenbein Jacqueline Harris Paul and Thea Kazmer Donna Kurz

Allan and Gertrude Kutz Elizabeth Kutz Ms. Angelina Lombardo B.J. Mangold John Niemczyk Mary Niemczyk NYSERDA Louis and Nancy Okoski Ms Natalie Platt Daniel Purdy Ms. Elizabeth Raczkowski Michael and Maureen Rocco Mary Ann Shade Donald and Nancy Spararagen Susan Dee Associates Robert and Christine Tarpey Rebecca Vickers William and Jan Wasserbach Ms. Rachel Winters and Michael Lindsey

In Memory of Melvin Friedland ‘58 Selig Corman ‘58 Vicki and Michael DiLorenzo Keith D. Stoltz Foundation

In Memory of Dr. Rinaldo V. DeNuzzo ‘52

In Memory of George McHugh Dr. and Mrs. James J. Gozzo

Rinaldo DeNuzzo ‘52 Project Jeffrey Brewer ‘72 Joseph Burgess Concord University Foundation William Corman ‘58 Vicki and Michael DiLorenzo John DiNuzzo Glenn and Natalie Epstein Geno ‘83 and Theresa ‘86 Germano Kyle ‘11 and Lindsay ‘09 Guay Gary D. Hall ‘57 Jacqueline Harris Mary and Charles Heermance Robert V. Holcomb ‘68 David ‘74 and Susan ‘74 Kile Brian C. Matthews ‘08 Joseph Padalino, Jr. ‘97 Donald and Eleanor Page Bernice Taylor S.C. and L.M. Wagner In Honor of John Armao Mary Capozzoli

In Memory of Frank Giamartino ‘76 William Galarneau ‘76 In Honor of Joseph Lapetina Leo E. Maggy ‘58 In Memory of Carmine Lotano ‘58 Leo E. Maggy ‘58 In Memory of Robert McGregor Thaddeus and Ellen Wolosinski

In Memory of Carol Monje ‘72 Cardinal Health Foundation In Memory of Robert P. Morcone ‘76 David ‘74 and Susan ‘74 Kile In Memory of Wendy Muldoon ‘72 Cardinal Health Foundation In Memory of Frank Reiss ‘89 Andy ‘87 and Kelly ‘89 Flynn In Memory of Ronald Warner ‘76 William Galarneau ‘76 In Memory of Mario Zeolla ‘97 Cynthia A. Thompson ‘04 In Honor of John Armao Mary Capozzoli In Honor of Ralph ‘59 and Mary Lou ‘60 Mancini Ellen Ford

In Memory of Paul Byrnes ‘34 James P. Byrnes ‘66 Thomas E. Byrnes ‘57


Alumni News We want to know what you think of ACPHS’s Alumni News. Please take a few minutes to give us your opinions by completing the questions below and returning to the Office of Institutional Advancement with the return envelope provided within this edition of Alumni News or visiting to complete the online survey.

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Aa Alumni Affairs

For a complete listing of ACPHS alumni and community events visit today!

Despite our best intentions, it’s not uncommon to lose touch with friends and classmates as we move through our lives. The Office of Institutional Advancement offers a variety of ways for you to find your fellow alums and help them find you. Stay connected through these outlets:

Facebook Page

“Like” the Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences Alumni Page today!

Alumni E-mail Address

ACPHS has contracted with Google to offer all alumni an ACPHS e-mail account that will literally last a lifetime. This e-mail account, which will have an e-mail address of firstname.lastname@alumni., will provide an excellent way to keep in touch with your fellow classmates and other alumni through the years. To request an ACPHS alumni e-mail address, please send an e-mail to, and we will be happy to assist you.

Alumni Council

The ACPHS Alumni Council represents more than 5,000 graduates of the College. The Council is comprised of alumni volunteers from various class years and is a key liaison between the alumni community and the ACPHS Administration, Board of Trustees, and student body. For additional information or to learn more about the activities of the Alumni Council, please email today.

Recent Graduate Council

This past academic year, members of the Class of 2011 worked with Bill Jabour, Director of Annual Giving and Alumni Relations, to establish the ACPHS Recent Graduate Council. This council was founded and created to represent alumni from the past five years. The Council offers a platform for recent graduates to remain connected to the College through activities such as mentoring and volunteerism. For more information, please visit If you are interested in joining the Recent Graduate Council, email today!

Share Your Experiences With Current Students! Thursday, November 3, 2011

Career Mentoring Forum Sponsored by the ACPHS Alumni Council, Recent Graduate Council, Office of Institutional Advancement, and Office of Career Services ACPHS Student Center 6:30 p.m. – Networking Reception 7:30 p.m. – Career Mentoring Roundtable Discussions This event will present an opportunity for current students to interact with members of the ACPHS community regarding various disciplines/career paths within pharmacy and the health sciences. For more information, please contact the Office of Institutional Advancement at 518.694.7393 or

In the year ahead … Alumni Council and Recent Graduate Council Initiatives for 2011-2012 • • • • • •

On campus career and peer mentoring events and programs Launch of Facebook career mentoring project and ACPHS Mobile Application Recruitment of Recent Graduate Council and Alumni Council members Continued expansion of ACPHS Alumni Council Membership Benefits Program (e.g., CE Vouchers) Strengthening ACPHS Alumni Benefits Package, from offerings such as insurance to investment services) Establishment of Student Alumni Council

For more information on ways to support these volunteer groups and initiatives, please contact Bill Jabour, Director of Annual Giving and Alumni Relations, 518.694.7393 or


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