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PostScript Fall 10 Vol. 21 no. 2

PostScript 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. EdItOR donna Reichel COntRIbutIng WRItERS James J. gozzo, Ph. d. President Patrick Rathbun donna Reichel Zach Paddock ‘15 COntRIbutIng PHOtOgRAPHERS Jason bryer don Elliot Kris Qua

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During the summer we completed a number of projects that continue to enhance the experience of our students. A new complex was unveiled as we opened the first phase of the George and Leona Lewis Library and the Center for Teaching and Learning Effectiveness. Much needed small group spaces for collective work as well as individual spaces for quiet study are now available. Additional instructional and study space was added to the 84 Holland Building providing 10 large and two smaller classrooms as well as two large and eight private study rooms. Both a multi-purpose Health Sciences Lab and a Chemistry Lab were completed on the first floor of the O’Brien Building and our Robison Dining Hall has been completely renovated and now offers both expanded hours and choices in a more comfortable and inviting atmosphere. At our Vermont campus we have added an additional floor that now contains a new library, labs, office space and classrooms. As you will read in student Zach Paddock’s personal account, these changes have been well received by students, faculty and staff.


Primarily driven by our fundraising efforts, our expansion will continue as we focus on the next phase of the library and the learning center project. Phase two of this project will include the addition of a second floor to the George and Leona Lewis Library which will further expand both group and individual study space for students. Tied to our student centered strategic plan initiatives, the project will also centralize our current student support services in one location. The new Center for Teaching and Learning Effectiveness will include and integrate the areas of academic advising, peer tutoring, registration, career development and writing, science assistance, and counseling centers. We thank you for your continued support in helping us realize our goal of becoming the premiere College for pharmacy and health sciences.

James J. Gozzo Ph.D.

President Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences

Health Fair the 6th Annual Mario Zeolla Health Fair was held on October 5. new this year was a prescription take back event.

White Coat Ceremonies On October 1, faculty, staff and friends welcomed 214 students into the professional years of the Pharm. d. Program at the annual White Coat Ceremony. Members of the P1 class were presented with white coats and were led in the Pledge of Professionalism by Joel Messina ’12, American Pharmacists Association-Academy of Student Pharmacists, President. guest speaker was darren triller, Pharm.d. , director, Pharmacy Services IPRO. On September 30, 70 students participated in the White Coat Ceremony at the Vermont Campus. the Pledge of Professionalism was led by Jenna Pacheco, Pharm.d., Candidate 2013, President of the APhA-ASP. guest speaker was Keith Marciniak, R.Ph, group director, Student and new Practitioner development, American Pharmacists Association.

Move In day Students moved back to campus in August. An energetic group of staff and student volunteers were there to lend a hand.

President James J. gozzo, Ph.d., visits with a new student and her family.


2010 Dean’s Endowment for Excellence Scholarship Recipient This year’s recipient of the Dean’s Endowment for Excellence Scholarship was presented to Joseph Gottwald at the annual Dean’s Cup Golf Tournament. A 2010 graduate of Williamson High School, Gottwald will receive $3000 annually throughout his six years of study in the Doctor of Pharmacy program. Gottwald lettered in three varsity sports in high school and was Captain of the Varsity Golf Team. He was also President of the National Honor Society and was the Valedictorian of his class. The Dean’s Cup Golf Tournament was initiated in 1994 to enhance ACPHS’ ability to award merit-based scholarships. To date, fifteen scholars have received a total of $267,000. The College thanks all of this year’s participants for their contributions, including this year’s Gold Level Sponsors: Chartwells, Rite Aid and Kinney Drugs.

Students Present at Conference This April the Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences at ACPHS sponsored a group of students who attended the American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientist 2010 Northeast Regional Discussion Group in Rocky Hill, CT. Professor HaiAn (Andy) Zheng was the chair of this year’s meeting. Professors and Students from the Pharm. D, B.S. and Master of Science in Pharmaceutical Sciences program attended and presented posters at the meeting. They were: Pharmacokinetics professor Dr. Marcel Musteata who presented his research on Exploring Applications of Microsampling and Microextraction in Pharmacokinetics. 6th year PharmD. student Wing Yan Ng who presented her research with Dr. Luciana B. Lopes on Development of Sodium Alginate Beads Containing Varied Lipid Ratios for Wound Healing. 6th and 4th year PharmD. students Jaclyn Hosmer and Soo, Hyeon Tracy Shin who presented their research with Dr. Adwoa Nornoo, Dr. HaiAn Zheng and Dr. Luciana B. Lopes on Influence of the liquid crystalline structure on the in vitro release and skin penetration of an anticancer drug. 5th year PharmD. student Kavita Patel


who presented her research with Dr. HaiAn Zheng and Dr. Katie Cardone on Stability Study of Extemporaneously Prepared Sodium Thiosulfate Injections. 5th year PharmD. student Tasmina Hydery who presented her research with Dr. Catherine Schuler, Dr. Bob Leggett and Dr. Robert Levin on Treatment of Experimental Overactive Bladder Dysfunction by Antioxidant Supplements. 4th year PharmD. student Soo, Hyeon Tracy Shin who presented her research with Dr. Luciana Lopes and Dr. HaiAn Zheng on The Stability and Antioxidant Activity of Lycopene Microemulsions. 4th year PharmD. student Roshan Tasgaonkar who presented his research with Dr. Jianhui Tian, Dr. Nikolaos G. Sgourakis, Dr. John Aziz, Dr. Angel E. Garcia and Dr. HaiAn Zheng on Computer Simulation of Insulin Molecular Dynamics. 4th year B.S. student Elaine Liu who presented her research with Dr. Kyle Howel, Dr. Karunya K. Kandimalla and Dr. Joseph F. Poduslo on Evaluation of aggregation and cellular internalization of Alzheimer’s disease amyloid β 40 protein - dye conjugates. MSPS students Brianna Haney and Alaa Hammad also attended the conference.

“The College will continue to place a priority on building relationships with international universities and organizations, with the goal of providing more opportunities for our students to study abroad, as well as bringing more international students to our campuses.” says ACPHS President James Gozzo.

Study Abroad Program Spans the Globe This summer, ACPHS students spanned the globe for academic opportunities. While studying in Asia and Europe, students gained valuable professional, educational and cultural exposure. For the first time, ACPHS students spent summers studying at Fudan University in Shanghai and the University of Santiago de Compostela in Spain. Students also completed rotations at Maruzen Pharmaceuticals and Showa University in Japan and the University of Basel in Switzerland. In spite of language barriers and culture shock, students participated in what they described as life-changing experiences. “Aside from the lab experience, I was able to grow and learn in a more personal type of way,” said Jessica Phelps ‘11, who spent her summer in Spain. “I formed many relationships with other students who attended the university and who came from various other parts of the world. From them, I learned all different ways of life.” Several students thought their foreign experiences provided them with more global, academic, professional and social perspectives. Students also agreed that growth came with their time abroad. “The laboratory techniques and especially the patience I procured will help me to become a more focused scientist,” Joe Cross ’11 said, after spending his summer at the University of Basel. “I think more importantly that everything I did was a test to see if I could venture out on my own. It taught me a crucial component of

that: how to work independently without an instructor standing over my shoulder making every decision.” And this independence is exactly what is intended by study abroad programs at ACPHS, according to Arts and Sciences Professor Dudley Moon and Associate Professor Kevin Hickey, who started rotations in Japan and Switzerland respectively. “The rotation that I set up and coordinate has been part of my larger project to make ACPHS more global both for students studying here in Albany and Vermont and for students who set off to study abroad,” Hickey said. “The Base Rotation has expanded from five to 12 weeks, and students have found that working for three months with professors and graduate students in Switzerland is a rich and broadening experience.” Since 2001, Moon has coordinated fiveweek internships for ACPHS students at Maruzen’s research and development facilities. For more than five years, Hickey has overseen the Switzerland rotations, during which students work in hospital, retail and industrial pharmacies as well as in a heroin clinic. The College is working hard to develop more international opportunities for students. In fact, ACPHS is in the process of hiring a Director of Global Initiatives to help coordinate and advance the school’s international outreach efforts. “As the world becomes increasingly more global, students with international experiences

will be better positioned to work with and counsel people from different ethnic and cultural backgrounds,” says ACPHS President James Gozzo. “The College will continue to place a priority on building relationships with international universities and organizations, with the goal of providing more opportunities for our students to study abroad, as well as bringing more international students to our campuses.” More recently, Fudan University officials visited ACPHS and invited the students from the College to participate in an exchange. The Fudan rotation is now overseen by Pharmaceutical Sciences Assistant Professor Andy Zheng, who worked with Pharmaceutical Sciences Associate Professor Gail Goodman Snitkoff in launching the program. Zheng said the effort was motivated by an American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy (AACP) initiative called Global Pharmacy Education, which encourages pharmacy colleges to offer international pharmacy exposure. And this exposure certainly isn’t limited to academic and professional realms. “I feel like it was the best decision of my life to go to China,” Jessica Wright ’11 said of her time at Fudan. “I was submerged into the culture by living there day-to-day instead of on a ‘touristy’ vacation. Seeing the history and famous points like the Great Wall is what brought me to China, but it’s the people and the inspiring culture that will bring me back.”


Shaker Mousa,

Executive Vice President and Chairman of the College’s Pharmaceutical Research Institute, is partnering with researchers from the University of Wisconsin to study the effectiveness of green tea extract, delivered via nanotechnology, in the prevention of prostate cancer. ACPHS will receive approximately $125,000 over the three years of the grant, which is sponsored by the Department of Defense’s Congressionally Directed Medical Research Program. Mousa has also published the second edition of his textbook titled, “Anticoagulants, Antiplatelets, and Thrombolytics.” The book highlights the latest developments in antithrombotics and provides experimental methods for the discovery of new and improved anticoagulants.

Amit Pai Associate Professor of

Pharmacy Practice, received a $30,000 grant from the National Kidney Foundation for his research project titled, “Reducing the Risk of Drug-Related Nephrotoxicity in Obese Patients.” In the photo at left, Dr. Pai receives his award from Carol LaFleur, Executive Director of the National Kidney Foundation of Northeast New York.

Dr. Johnson Named Co-Chair of American Heart Association Study Group Arnie Johnson, Professor in the Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, has been named CoChair of the Molecular Signaling 4 Study Group for the American Heart Association for the 2011 peer review year.

Leon Cosler, Associate Professor of Pharmacoeconomics and Director of

the Research Institute for Health Outcomes, has been selected by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) to serve on the technical expert panel that will review proposed quality measures in chemotherapy infusion.


The National Accrediting Agency for Clinical Laboratory Sciences (NAACLS) has extended the accreditation of the College’s Clinical Laboratory Sciences program through 2014. The decision extends the program’s accreditation through April 30, 2014. Tom Lodise, Associate Pro-

Assistant Ptofessor, Darius Mason received a Norman S. Coplon Extramural Grant, for his study entitled, “Sustainability of Serum [250HD] Levels, Inflammatory Reduction, and Endothelial Dys¬function after Repletion with Ergocalciferol in CKD Stage 5D”, from Satellite Healthcare, a leading not-for-profit kidney dialysis service provider and a major sponsor of nephrology research. The grant of $150,000 is awarded over three years to promising earlycareer researchers dedicated to undertaking critical research in the area of kidney disease and its treatment.

fessor of Pharmacy Practice has received a $99,412.50 grant from Cubist Pharmaceuticals for a project titled, “Evaluating the Epidemiology and Outcomes of Patients with MRSA Bloodstream Infections that Express Heteroresistance to Vancomycin.” Fellow faculty members Amit Pai and Nimish Patel will serve as co-investigators on the grant. Dr. Lodise also received a $40,000 extension on a separate grant from Cubist titled, “Comparing Outcomes for Daptomycin, Vancomycin, and Linezolid in the Outpatient Setting.” Associate Professor Leon Cosler will be a coinvestigator for that project.

Associate Professor Amy Barton Pai was recently elected as a Fellow

of the American College of Clinical Pharmacy. Fellowship in the American College of Clinical Pharmacy (FCCP) recognizes excellence in the practice and science of clinical pharmacy. Dr. Barton Pai also received an Adjunct Associate Professor appointment at Albany Medical College in the Department of Medicine.


New Panther Website!

ACPHS web pages have undergone dramatic changes in recent months, and the ACPHS athletics site is no exception. The site, which now operates independent of, contains action photography, sports stories and statistics. “The new athletics website is a tremendous addition to the ACPHS Department of Athletics and Recreation,” states Ryan Venter, Director of Athletics. “With its enhanced features, it is a great marketing tool for future Panthers.” Venter started the project shortly after he rolled out the new athletics logo last year. Future plans include audio and video as well as live streaming of basketball stats. “I’ve received a lot of great feedback from student-athletes, coaches, and alumni who really enjoy staying up to date on ACPHS athletics through the site,”


Striking a Balance Helps Student Succeed Rebecca Nashett has that rare combination of excelling in the classroom as well as on the field. A straight A student, she is involved in many extra-curricular activities, including serving as cross country team captain and a resident advisor at Holland and Princeton Suites. “She has a tremendous amount of talent in and out of the classroom, but what is so impressive is that she doesn’t rest on those talents, she tries to enhance them and improve on them as much as possible,” Assistant Registrar and Cross Country Coach Craig Tynan said. “She may appear to be reserved and quiet but there is no questioning her desire and positive attitude to succeed at whatever challenge awaits her.” Nashett said she has always enjoyed challenges. She says,“I want to do my best, and why waste my time doing anything less?” she said. “I can’t completely explain why this is, but it is one of those characteristics that is part of my personality and part of who I am.” Nashett said she was drawn to cross country because of a fluke (she was sick during high school soccer tryouts), but she immediately recognized its strengths. Growing up on an Adirondack lake, Nashett had a love of the outdoors, which cross country helps to nurture. She said she also enjoys the

independence inherent in the sport as well as the camaraderie. Aside from cross country, Nashett is also active in many other student organizations. She serves as Multicultural Club Vice President, the Ultimate Frisbee Club, Outdoors Club, Ski and Snowboard Club, Cross Country Club, Albany Law School Women’s Rugby Club and several professional organizations. “It is rare to find someone who can stay involved in so many activities and organizations on campus while also being one of the top students in her class,” Director of Athletics Ryan Venter said. Resident Director Alison O’Brien said Nashett brings innovation, helpfulness and energy to her role as a resident advisor. “Becca is extremely wonderful to work with,” O’Brien said. To Nashett, the balance she receives through her campus involvement is necessary. “I feel that there is more to life, and that you will miss out on college as an opportunity to grow as an individual if you are just living with your nose in the books,” she said.


ACPHS Soccer “I can’t remember the last time he missed a practice, and he makes it to every game even if he is up the whole night working,” Michonski said. “He is very easy to talk to about any issues, whether it’s with the team or schoolrelated issues. When we are at practice stressed out about upcoming tests or waiting to find out a grade from an exam, he will lighten the mood and tell us about one of his own exam experiences.” Vanderwerken said playing soccer at the College made him a better student because team commitments improved his time-management skills. Vanderwerken added that athletics allows players to “work off anxiety” and balance their mind and body.

Assistant Men’s Soccer Coach Mike Vanderwerken ’00 sees his role as more buddy to the College’s soccer team than coach. His experience as an ACPHS student and soccer player serve him well in this role. “We are lucky to have Mike as an integral part of ACPHS soccer,” Director of Athletics Ryan Venter said. “He is able to relate to all of our student-athletes.” The team’s co-captains, fourth years Ryan Michonski and Neil Kubik, agree that Vanderwerken brings dedication, experience and lightheartedness to the team.


“Mike fully understands the releasefrom-stress benefit that the soccer program provides ACPHS students,” Head Coach Rich Komulainen said. “He also understands the challenging academic program and the need to give flexibility to the players so that soccer doesn’t become a stressor.” Vanderwerken also said players collaborate on and off the field. Players benefit from being on the team by getting to know student-athletes in other class years. This wealth and variety of experience gives players insight into how to succeed at ACPHS. “It forces you into structuring yourself,” Vanderwerken said. “And it gives you a chance to take a break.”

Although he remembers his experiences as an ACPHS student-athlete well, Vanderwerken said his coaching experiences are much different. “It’s harder as a coach,” he said. “You can’t get rid of the anxiety or emotion. It just sits there.” Vanderwerken’s post-college life differs in other ways, too. He moved to Maine following his graduation and worked at a small hospital as a pharmacist. He recognized a need for additional pharmacy help when many orders came in overnight with no pharmacist on duty. To alleviate this problem, Vanderwerken founded New England Pharmacy Solutions, which provides remote screening for drug interactions, pharmacokinetic dosing, drug information answers, IV compatibility and renal dosing adjustments. “Mike is very much looked up to since he graduated from ACPHS, as a practicing pharmacist, and business owner,” Komulainen said. For other reasons, Vanderwerken is also admired. His support of the team, financial and otherwise, is also a cause for high regard. “Mike is a tremendous supporter of ACPHS men’s soccer and ACPHS athletics,” Venter said. “He is a great example of how alumni can stay involved with something they enjoyed while a student at the College.”

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Campus Renovations

The George and Leona Lewis Library with the addition of the first phase of The Center for Teaching and Learning Effectiveness increased study spaces from 211 to 298, going from 9,549 sq. ft. to 13,000 sq. ft. The Vermont Library now has 100 study spaces, up from 44, and has expanded from 1,720 sq. ft. to 2,120 sq. ft.


The Robison Family Dining Hall in Albany went from 200 seats and five service venues to 280 seats and seven service venues. The Vermont Dining Hall has nearly doubled in capacity, going from 68 seats to 126 seats, plus the addition of a new kitchen.

Classrooms and Study Rooms

The Albany Campus has added five classrooms and nine new study rooms on the lower level of Princeton Suites. The Vermont Campus added three classrooms, consultation rooms and a sterile products laboratory.


Time Changes Everything The change from high school to college, no matter where or when, can be a dramatic and rude awakening for any student. The new people, surroundings, and freedom are overwhelming at times. Coming from a small, rural town I can relate to any student who feels this way at one time or another. Although the extracurricular activities available at Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences are imperative, the most important aspect of any college is obviously academics and the academics at ACPHS are challenging to say the least. Due to this, student collaboration, group studying, and peer tutoring are a must especially for first-year students who haven’t seen a curriculum this difficult before. As a first-year in the 2009 – 2010 school year, the areas that were available for this type of studying included the upstairs of the Student Center, the George and Leona Lewis Library, and a few classrooms in the former Classroom Building. The most quiet and peaceful, and therefore the most sought after, of these were the seven private study rooms in the George and Leona Lewis Library that were available by reservation or on first-come-first-serve basis. Throughout the school year this was usually enough to accommodate the students that were seeking these rooms but not once finals came rolling around. On several occasions friends and myself went to the library looking to spend a few hours studying together but found that not only were all the rooms full but there wasn’t even an empty table for us to sit together. This forced us to study in the loud and busy Student Center, obviously not the most beneficial studying


environment. So when the student body began to hear about the changes that were coming the following year at ACPHS, we were all very curious as to exactly what they would be. Of course the most talked about change was the addition of a Tim Horton’s and Cold Stone Creamery. However after the screaming for the ice cream died down, we began to hear that the George and Leona Lewis Library would be moving to the Classroom Building. When ACPHS students returned to the fall 2010 semester we found that this new facility offers distance learning technology, small group spaces for collective work, sufficient individual spaces for quiet study, and an interesting space devoted to important discoveries in science and medicine. This not only provides the resource for group studying and student collaboration, but also encourages it. In the Princeton and Holland building, ten large classrooms, two small classrooms, two large study rooms, and eight private study rooms were added in part to replace the classrooms that were lost in the move of the library into the Classroom Building and to add to the possible places for students to study collaboratively. So when the time for finals comes this semester, this student won’t be worried about finding a place to study with his friends. Of course the library was not the only change to the ACPHS campus. As mentioned before, the addition of a Tim Horton’s and Cold Stone Creamery was pleasantly welcomed by the student body. Also, a redesign of the Student Center has made this area more aesthetically pleasing, welcoming, and comfortable for eating, relaxing, and quick studying in be-

tween classes. The food service provider is another new item on the long list of improvements that have been made. Chartwells has certainly increased the quality of food that can be found in the Student Center which is seen in the addition of the option of soups by Au Bon Pain. The increase in the hours of operation in the Student Center is one change that is an unarguable improvement. This not only allows students to eat at later times but also permits those who enjoy the atmosphere of the Student Center to stay later studying there. Many students have classes that run past the dinner hour through the week. With the increased hours these students are not forced to eat early before their classes. Also, extended hours on the weekends are a convenience that wasn’t enjoyed in past years. When asked how they felt about the expanded hours, Kassandra Lewis, a second-year Pharm-D student replied, “The extended hours in the dining hall make it easier to fit meals into my hectic schedule.” With the difficulty of the curriculum, convenience for the student body should be a primary concern for ACPHS administrators. The changes that have occurred on campus are a pleasant reminder that these administrators do care about the students and our personal well-being. Those attending Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences should appreciate that fact. This student does. Zachary Paddock Pharm-D Candidate Class of 2015

Changes also included relocating and redesigning the Alfred J. Collins, Jr. ’53 Boardroom.

Alfred J. Collins, Jr. ’53 Chairman of the board of trustees With his wife Marie

Remember when….

Brian Bartle ‘62 remembers when one or two entrees were offered to students in the cafeteria each day. He states, “I worked in the cafeteria from 19601962. Mrs. Kirkpatrick and her husband Ozzie operated it back then. They treated students like family. We didn’t have the choices available to current students or even evening meals then. But it was prepared fresh each day and being a worker, I got to eat for free!”

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David Stack ‘76 Mike Lotano ‘60


was disqualified, so today the entire team is hopeful that she can make her time. Lotano states, “We could see that her gait wasn’t smooth and that she went off stride. We’ve made some adjustments and now we’ll watch her today to see what happens.”

by donna Reichel, Editor It is a beautiful crisp morning as Mike Lotano ‘60 leads me around the grounds at the Harness Track at Saratoga Springs, NY. As he leads me closer to the stables, I see their heads popping out one by one. “This one’s mine” he says as the first horse he shows me seems to greet his owner with recognition. This is a big day for KC Sunshine. Today she will race in a qualifying meet to see if she can compete in a race the following week. The three year old went off gait and

Training and racing any horse takes time and dedication. Lotano has a team that makes that happen. They seem to work together like clockwork. Each person knows their role and they move with expertise. As they prepare her for the qualifier, they begin the preparations that most attendees to the track never see. I am indeed fortunate to have a behind the scenes look at the whole process. Lotano’s love of horses began long ago at the tender age of 7. He used to spend his summers on a friends farm and acquired first-hand knowledge of what it took to raise and train a winner. He says, “I loved spending my summers there. They would take me to all of the fairs and I learned a lot about harness racing from them. Back in those days we would ride bareback.” Through the years his involvement

continued even after graduating from ACPHS. He says, “I would work and train in between pharmacy jobs. I eventually became a driver after racing in a number of qualifying meets and taking the USBA written test.” At one point in his busy life he was working three jobs and working to get his A License so that he could race. This was in addition to being a husband and busy father to six children. One of his most memorable races was at Green Mountain Race Track. He was at the reigns as his horse Seaway Captain worked his way through six inches of mud on the tracks. “There was a spring snow that had melted into this deep mud of several inches. Now that was a struggle,” he says with a laugh. As most people know, there is a dangerous aspect to this sport. And Lotano has seen his share of accidents. In one particular race he completely flipped out of the riding seat injuring his shoulder. He says, “It can be dangerous when everyone is taking off and we are inches from each other. Things happen and people get hurt. I was lucky that I walked away from it. “


Although he currently owns four horses with alum Mike Riggi ’60, longtime friend Claude Bourgeous and his son Perry Lotano, over the years he has owned and trained over 40. He says, “I have some great memories from training and driving these horses. It has been great fun. In Saratoga we start in March and go right through to the middle of December, so we keep busy.” As we chat Lotano keeps his eye on the preparations of KC Sunshine. The whole team wants her to do well today. He jumps in when needed to calm her down. She is feisty and looks ready to race. He says, “Once she gets out there she is all business.” The horse is led to a checking area before she can compete in the qualifier. As the owners, trainers and riders enter they banter back and forth. This may be a competition, but it is clear that they share a common bond and some have been friends for years. “I know many of the owners,” Lotano says. “I’ve been in Saratoga since 1966. This is my life.” Finally the race is called and the horses are led to the track. Lotano gathers by the fence with the rest of the owners, some with stopwatches in hand. They gallop around the track following the racing truck which eventually retracts the gate and leaves them on their own to compete. I am watching the horses but occasionally glance over to Lotano to see a man who obviously loves being where he is. And as KC Sunshine beats the time and qualifies for the next race I see him smile. “Now that’s what we wanted to see,” he says.

Mike Lotano’s Legacy Family Michael lotano ’35-Father Vincenzo lotano ’35-uncle Remo lotano ’56 Cousin Carmine lotano ’58 Cousin Al lotano ’61 Cousin leslie lotano Saba ’84 daughter nick lotano ’90 Son 20

#6 Separatist at Saratoga, NY #5 Dave at Belmont, NY

#5 Dave at Belmont, NY

The Science of Breeding a Winner David Stack ’76 feels his connection to horses can be traced to his Irish ancestry. He states, “I grew up in the country and I rode however, I wouldn’t say I was an avid rider. My love of horse racing has more to do with tradition, the love of the sport and my ties to Saratoga.” Stack’s family has been involved in the Saratoga racing scene for many years. His grandmother and cousins who came here from Ireland operated casinos and his father ran a bar and grill there for many years. “It’s just always been a part of my family. I soon realized that my contribution would be breeding and racing horses. I wanted to be part of the New York State breeding program but if I was going to do it, I wanted to do it the right way,” he says.

#5 Dave at Belmont, NY

He has had his share of success over the years that he feels can be contributed in part to the science of horse racing. His background in pharmacy and interest in genetics has helped him breed and race some of Saratoga’s most notable winners including Separatist who was trained by Barclay Tagg. A trainer most racing fans have heard of.

One of his most memorable moments was in 1997 when his horse “Dave” was named New York Turf Horse of the Year. He says, “I still remember it like it was yesterday. It was our first horse at our first racetrack and that’s why it was so unbelievable. And last year when Separatist won, that was an incredible moment as well.”

“I love the scientific aspect to breeding and racing. It all has to do with genetics, training and the physiology of the horse. Science is a big part of being successful. It’s a genetic game. For example you learn which horses to breed to correct and straighten crooked front legs or take the best qualities from two winners to produce an outstanding racehorse.” Stack says.

Stack enjoys the sport which he says is cultural and a way of life. Currently the majority owner of four mares he says, “Owners have our own language and way of talking. We have our own acronyms and those of us who live it like the challenge, the drive and dedication it takes to participate in this sport. You get hooked on it like golf and just like golf you never get good at it. I love it.”


Elements of Charm



Aa The academic year kicked off to a great beginning as members of the community welcomed over 300 new students and families to the Albany and Vermont campuses With the new school year underway so are a number of activities, collaborations, efforts and vital initiatives between the Office of Institutional Advancement and members of the ACPHS community. Throughout the coming academic year, members of the alumni community will be presented with the opportunities to interact with and support current students, faculty and staff in a number of ways. From attending community events to supporting programs such as Career and Mentoring services – the opportunity to stay connected to your alma mater is accessible! If you haven’t been back to campus and would like to visit please feel free to contact the Office of Institutional Advancement. The College recently re-launched For the latest alumni and campus news, continuing education programs, and services available to members of the ACPHS community, please visit the newly designed site today!

Coming up OR What’s on Tap

News from the Alumni Relations Office

• Release of the Harris Connect – ACPHS Alumni Directory 2010

• Alumni Council – A Perfect Way to Support Current and Future Alumni! Email for more information and ways to volunteer!

• New Service for Alumni, Students and Employers: visit

• Alumni Trip 2011 – More Details Coming Soon!

• Reunion Weekend ‘11 – Scheduled for June 3 -5, 2011 – Please be sure to complete the Reunion Feedback Form and return to today!

From all of us at ACPHS, we thank you for staying connected to the College! The continuing support from members of the alumni community is carrying on the traditions of excellence at ACPHS in pharmacy and health sciences education, development and research! Warm Regards,

Bill Jabour Director of Annual Giving and Alumni Relations PS: We still need your help! Stay connected! If you have moved, taken on a new position, got together with fellow ACPHS alumni, news to share with fellow members of the alumni community please email today and we will pass your exciting news along to your fellow classmates!



Aa Aa 18th Annual

Dean’s Cup Golf Tournament Monday, August 8th 2011 Albany Country Club 300 Wormer Road Voorheesville, nY visit for more details Since the event’s inception, the dean’s Cup golf tournament has raised over $530,000 in scholarship support for the students of ACPHS! We thank all members of the ACPHS Community for their continuing support of this vital fundraising event!

Weekend 2011 Save The Date Reunion Friday, June 3rd – Sunday, June 5th 2011 You are invited to come back to campus to renew old friendships, spend time with classmates, faculty and staff members, and meet and inspire a number of the next generation of ACPHS alumni. Reunion Weekend Events Include (and more!): FRIDAY, JUNE 3RD 2011

Anniversary Class Year Reunion Events (i.e. Class of 196150th Anniversary Dinner)


Tours of Campus and Pharmaceutical Research Institute Aquaducks Tour of Albany Blast from the Past at Red’s (Formerly Ralph’s) Alumni, Family & Friends BBQ


Farewell Brunch

For more information regarding Reunion Weekend 2011, specific class year anniversary events (i.e. Class of 1961 50th Reunion) and/or if you are interested in being a “Reunion Communications Ambassador” please call (518) 694-7393, or email alumni@, or visit If you haven’t completed your Reunion Feedback Form please complete and return to the Office of Institutional Advancement today!



You Can Go Home For pharmacist Mark Hunter ’00 it’s all about community. Owner of Nicholson Pharmacy in Belmont, NY, he likes the fact that he knows his customers by name and compares the “smallness” of it with his experience at ACPHS. He says, “At ACPHS I wasn’t just a number. I loved the smallness of the school. It felt like a family and professors were always willing to help.” Hunter is now practicing in the same community he grew up in. He says, “I graduated from a close knit high school and everyone knew each other. I married my high school sweetheart and now I’m helping the same people who saw me grow up.” Hunter who comes from an ACPHS legacy family, purchased the pharmacy from his parents. He says, “My Dad is a graduate of ACPHS as well as my aunt and uncle.” He said there was never any question of where he would go to school. When he was in High School he visited the campus and ran into Professor Denuzzo who laughed and said, “Oh no, not another Hunter.” Currently operating a one man pharmacy, he likes that he is in control of his future as well as his leisure time. He says, “Most days I work from 9:00 am-5:30 pm. I have time to spend with my wife Sarah and son Nolan. We enjoy boating and fishing as well as Bills and Sabres games. It’s a great life.”

His advice to current students is to remain patient focused after graduation and to explore working at a small independent pharmacy as an option. He says, “This is a pretty good deal and I wouldn’t want to be anywhere else.” Classmates can contact Hunter by email at

Mark Hunter’s Legacy Family Robert B Hunter ‘73 - Father Mary Hunter Golden ‘73 - Aunt William Hunter ‘68 - Uncle

Hunter received the 2004 Community Service Award from the Belmont Rotary.

Preceptor of the Year Award ACPHS is pleased to announce the Preceptor of the Year Award, which is presented to a practicing pharmacist/preceptor who is dedicated to the experiential education of pharmacy students and who serves as a role model. The recipient selection is based upon student nominations. This year’s recipient is a Senior Adjunct Experiential Faculty Preceptor at ACPHS, John Castano of the Rite Aid


Corporation in Utica, New York. Additionally, six preceptors were recognized for their superb contributions as preceptors to ACPHS for a period of 15+ years and received the designation of Senior Adjunct Experiential Faculty. They are: Stephen Andrews (ACPHS ’85) from Baxter’s Pharmacy in Goshen NY; Sean Dobbins (ACPHS ’88) from Dobbins Drugs Inc, Lyons NY; Margery

Fellenzer, Pharm.D. (ACPHS Pharm.D. ’98) from Orange Regional Medical Center, Middletown NY; Jeffrey D. Kennicutt, Pharm.D. (ACPHS ’79, Pharm.D. ’00) from St. Peter’s Hospital; Matthew Pearsall, Pharm.D. (ACPHS ’84) from Bassett Healthcare in Cooperstown NY; and Christine Stork, Pharm.D. (ACPHS ’91) from SUNY Upstate Medical University at Syracuse NY.


Class Notes 1961

John Smith reports that he still lives in Virginia and is enjoying the beautiful Shenendoah Valley with his wife. They have resided in the area for over 30 years. For 20 of those years they ran a dairy farm which is now run by his daughter and son-in-law. John serves as a pharmacy manager at an independent and teaches in the Physician Assistant Program at James Madison University. Any classmates interested in contacting him can email


Mark Lenes received the “Circle of Influence Award” from CVS/Caremark. This is the second year in a row that he has been honored with this award that is given to less than 10% of the 100 Clinical Consultants from the Pharmaceutical Services Division. This honor recognizes an employee for outstanding performance, vision and dedication to the company. Lenes has been with CVS/Caremark for the last 7 1/2 years as a Clinical Consultant in the Pharmaceutical Division.


James J. Germano has been listed in the Stanford Who’s Who as Executive of the Year. Germano is the Pharmacy Director for U.S. Family Health Plan Pharmacy.


Astrid Cook, a pharmacist at Saratoga Hospital, has been promoted to the new position of Informatics Pharmacist Specialist. Cook has been a pharmacist for 22 years and an employee of Saratoga Hospital since 2001. In her new role, Astrid will provide support to the ever growing complexity of healthcare as it relates to information technology and medication therapy.


Ramprashanth “Ram”Palanki recently accepted a new position with a biotechnology company called Thrombogenics. His title is Head-US Marketing and he will be in charge of commercial organization in the United States. The company is based out of Belgium with US headquarters in New York City.


Mina Tatros and Stephen Esker recently travelled to the Czech Republic, Austria, Hungary and Egypt for two weeks. They stepped on three different continents (Europe, Africa and Asia) during the trip.


Sarah Whittenburg was recently announced as a 2009 recipient of the United States Public Health Service (USPHS) Excellence in Public Health Pharmacy Practice Award. This annual award recognizes pharmacy students who have demonstrated a commitment to public health and public health practice. Sarah was a past-president of Colleges Against Cancer and co-Chaired the American Pharmacist Association Academy of Student Pharmacists Operations Immunization and Diabetes. She was one of just 46 students around the country to receive this honor.

In Memoriam

James E. Bollinger ‘58 August 8, 2010 ACPHS Board of Trustee Member “It is with sincere and deep regret that I inform you of the passing of James E. Bollinger - friend and Board of Trustee of the Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences. Mr. Bollinger will be greatly missed by the campus community.” - James J. Gozzo, President

1939 Louis Comenzo January 25, 2009 1938 Jack Caryl July 6, 2009 1947 Earl Davis February 26, 2009 1948 Helen O’Brien April 3, 2009 1949 Arthur Dooley July 24, 2010 1950 Martin Toomajian December 1, 2009

1951 Eugene Sherman January 23, 2009 William Shumway January 20, 2010 1953 Normand Perrone May 24, 2009 Thomas Gerald Studders June 28, 2010 Morris (Moe) Soloman June 27, 2010 1957 Anthony Albano September 15, 2010 John Finnegan October 20, 2009

Henry Palmer May 23, 2009 1958 Carmine Lotano January 24, 2009 1959 August Dobish March 29, 2010 Charles English April 9, 2009 1960 Richard Pasqual Fernandez August 28, 2010 1961 A. Joseph Kallfelz July 9, 2010 Thomas Somlo January 27, 2009

1963 John Ahearn May 7, 2009 1964 Carol Cae January 27, 2010 1967 Frank Ruva June 23, 2009 1971 Glen DelGrosso February 1, 2010 1989 Guy Amsden March 22, 2010 2000 Renee Rhoads February 18, 2010


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 President’s Circle ($10,000.00 + ) Adel Abdelmalek and Mervat Abdelmalek # Albany Molecular Research Inc. CVS/Caremark Rinaldo V. DeNuzzo ‘52 C. David Fox ‘58 * Melvin S. Friedland ‘58 + George I. Alden Trust Janitronics Facility Services Christopher Mitiguy + Fouad Morkos + and Amal Morkos # Wallace B. Pickworth ‘69 and Hannah Pickworth Rite Aid Corporation Richard G. Robison ‘52 + TD Bank The Bender Family Foundation The Robison Family Foundation Walgreens Congressman Peter Welch William Mansfield Circle ($5,000.00 + ) Michael F. Bette Richard H. Daffner ‘63 + Geno J. Germano ‘83 + and Theresa B. Germano ‘86 James J. Gozzo ~ Gabriel Hannouche and Aida Hannouche # Kandyce Jones Daley ‘74 + Kinney Drugs, Inc. Carolyn White John W. Wright and Paula DiLascia Wright ‘86 # Willis Tucker Circle ($2,500.00 + ) Abbott Laboratories Acabay James E. Bollinger ‘58 * Mehdi Boroujerdi ~ John R. Cote ‘70 and Lynne K. Cote ‘69 David P. Demagistris ‘77 John J. Denio ~ Eli Lilly and Company Andrew G. Flynn ‘87 ~ and Kelly L. Flynn ‘89


Friends of Noah Sorensen & Mario Zeollo, Inc. GlaxoSmithKline, Inc. Anthony J. Graziano ‘84 Bridget-ann Hart ‘80 + Hugh Johnson Advisors Hugh A. Johnson + Ralph T. Mancini ‘59 and Mary Lou S. Mancini ‘60 Virginia M. McBride ‘53 Robert F. McGaugh ‘57 + John Morone ‘63 Thomas J. Morrissey Marion T. Morton ‘84 NACDS Foundation Novartis U.S. Foundation Joseph S. Rebisz ‘70 Rose and Kiernan, Inc. Larry E. Small ‘71 Dexter B. Spaulding ‘58 Troy D. Spaulding ‘85 Scott M. Terrillion ‘85 Alan Tubbs ‘54 Founder’s Society ($1,881.00 + ) Sam F. Berardino ‘80 Atef Besada and Mervat Besada # Robert S. Busch + Lucille Cerro Nicholas Chervinsky ‘65 and Nancy F. Chervinsky ‘65 Walter Dabulewicz and Joanne Dabulewicz # J. Gordon Dailey ‘57 + Christopher Del Vecchio ‘88 + and Sara L. Del Vecchio ‘91 Kim M. Demers ‘75 and Rose Mary Demers ‘75 Vicki A. DiLorenzo ~ Jon J. Gallagher ‘62 Edward Katz ‘60 Gerald Katzman ~ Shaker A. Mousa ~ David J. Muller ‘73 Roche Larry G. Tabor ‘88 Archibald McClure Circle ($1,000.00 + ) Nick G. Anagnost ‘57 Axa Advisors, LLC Brian W. Bartle ‘62 Daniel A. Bosley ‘93 Brighter Choice

BST Advisory Network, LLC Donald R. Charles ‘67 Chicago Title Insurance Company Gilbert Chorbajian ~ Richard A. Cognetti ‘69 Alfred J. Collins, Sr. ‘53 + Russell D. Cranston ‘69 John Della Badia and Rita Della Badia # Albert L. DiDonna ‘65 Leonard E. Dwyer ‘58 Clayton D. Edwards ‘90 and Michelle B. Edwards ‘91 Frederick A. Ellis ‘75 Envision Architects PC David A. Fazioli Richard P. Fernandez ‘60 Jane W. Fox ‘68 Santo A. Garro ‘60 Robert J. Gould ~ Zachary I. Hanan ‘63 + Mark A. Hunter ‘98 Suzette A. Igharas ‘06 Richard F. Isele ‘49 Richard Kajjouni and Rosemary Kajjouni # Christopher J. Klein ‘85 and Jennifer Caloia ‘86 Joseph M. Lapetina Josie Leighton Marcia M. Locke ‘73 Michael A. Lotano ‘60 Mabey’s Moving & Storage, Inc. Frederick J. Macri ‘74 Thomas O. Maggs + Michael L. Maggy ‘85 Nfrastructure Technologies Niagara National Inc. Kenneth M. Nirenberg James W. Nowicki ‘62 Bernard Nowitz ‘60 William F. O’Brien Vincent A. Pigula ‘74 Carol R. Powell ‘60 Publix Super Markets Charities, Inc. Manuel Ramirez ‘91 Ira H. Rheingold ‘60 James J. Roome ‘79 Gerald W. Rothschild ‘60 Robert M. Santimaw ‘61 Michael A. Sass ~ Matthew Serota John Spanburgh ‘64

Daniel Squilla and Maureen Squilla # Robert M. Stote ‘60 Student Government Class of 2010 Tech Valley Communications Time Warner of Albany, N.Y. Patricia S. Wilson ‘83 Wyeth Matching Gift Program A. John Wylie ‘68 Pharmacy Associates ($500.00 + ) Action Window Cleaning Co., Inc. Andrew R. Allen ‘68 Michael P. Allen Bank of America Robert A. Blum ‘83 and Bonnie B. Blum ‘83 Kathleen M. Bonnier ‘91 David Bousquet and Catherine Bousquet # John E. Boylan ‘57 Scott W. Brown ‘54 Michael J. Buckley ~ James P. Byrnes ‘66 Thomas E. Byrnes ‘57 Capital Area Pharmacists Society Robert F. Clark ‘76 and Glynis P. Clark ‘75 Timothy C. Colyer ‘65 Selig D. Corman ‘58 Philip W. Cornell ‘69 Patricia A. Cunningham ‘78 H. Russell Denegar ‘43 Jennifer L. DiPasquale ‘00 William J. Dwyer ‘60 George M. Ehrmann ‘54 Express Scripts Mark W. Fagnan ‘97 John J. Faragon ‘96 Christopher A. Fausel ‘93 First Niagara Bank Frank C. Flannery ‘66 Louis J. Fratto ‘74 L. Thomas Geiser ‘92 and Maureen A. Geiser ‘92 Gregory P. George ‘71 and Barbara H. George ‘72 Mark Gersten ‘81 Thomas P. Gillette ‘65 Rocco F. Giruzzi ‘58

Gail Goodman Snitkoff ~ William Hallenbeck ‘58 and Ann S. Hallenbeck ‘58 Robert A. Hamilton ‘77 ~ Steven B. Hansel ‘85 and Joyce Hansel ‘86 Robert C. Hartz ‘66 R. Gary Hollenbeck ‘72 and Olesia A. Hollenbeck ‘75 HSBC Philanthropic Programs David M. Kile ‘74 ~ and Susan M. Kile ‘74 Conrad J. Knapp ‘58 William V. Krazinski ‘85 and Kathleen F. Krazinski ‘84 Edward J. La Vigne ‘81 Jeanette S. Lamb ‘57 + Susan M. Learned ‘91 John P. LeGrand ‘70 Michael B. Levine ‘72 Dale R. Lewis ‘93 Arthur G. Margolis ‘49 Richard A. Marra ‘60 John F. McCarthy ‘58 John T. McDonald ‘85 Patrick J. McGaugh ‘89 James McLaughlin ‘82 and Marian E. McLaughlin ‘82 Ronald W. McLean ‘51 Metro Resources, LLC Jack A. Monakey ‘53 MVP Health Services Corporation Wagdy Nagiub James Notaro ‘84 James P. O’Brien ‘60 Barbara J. Olchek ‘69 Patricia F. Osowick Charles W. Owens ‘54 Katherine F. Petrone ‘59 Pfizer, Inc. Gregg W. Richmond ‘72 Jack Rosenblum ‘65 Thomas M. Sands ‘66 Robert C. Schmitt ‘52 Donald F. Scullion ‘67 Michael Simon ‘65 William L. Sliter ‘66 and Alice M. Sliter ‘66 Elinor W. Smith ‘62 Regina G. Snyder ‘47 Sodexo Inc. & Affiliates Sonitrol of Albany David R. Stachnik ‘77 Jerald M. Stemerman ‘60

Rg Report of gifts John V. Tagliaferri ‘69 Robert Tompkins and Marian Tompkins # Tamara H. Turner ‘88 Frank A. Viviani ‘58 Richard A. Weinstein ‘77 John T. Westerman ‘78 Ronald Winchell ‘65 Barry F. Wishengrad ‘61 Matthew T. Yancey ‘99 David Zdunczyk ~ Christine M. Zeolla ‘99 HaiAn Zheng ~ Mortar & Pestle ($250.00 + ) 2K Design John K. Adamchick ‘08 Robert J. Alessi ‘82 Allen’s Upholstery and Carpet Cleaning American Chemical & Equipment Co. James L. Anderson ~ P. Edgar Badgley ‘57 Patricia C. Baron ‘87 Kathleen Bibbo ‘80 Raymond J. Blake ‘51 John A. Bottiroli ‘61 J. Mark Bover ‘83 Robert H. Brakemeier ‘65 Jeffrey Brewer ~ Leigh Briscoe-Dwyer ‘87 Fred E. Brundige ‘77 and Marylourdes T. Brundige ‘77 Brian A. Bruyns ‘96 and Stacy Bruyns ‘96 Michael P. Butler ‘80 and Jane P. Butler ‘81 David J. Carpenter ‘81 Elliot Cohen ‘58 Colonie Mechanical Contractors , Inc. Richard T. Cornell ‘65 William M. Cronin William G. Davis ‘70 Casey DiMarco ~ Angela C. Dominelli ‘78 ~ Kenneth P. Drabik ‘74 Barbara Dumond Deanna Ennello-Butler ~ Stephen R. Esker ‘08 Excel Systems Inc. Kevin J. Fessler ‘99 Warren D. Ficke ‘59 Flooring Environment, Inc. Arthur L. Forman ‘85 Frank Motter Construction Scott S. Frederickson ‘79 Angelo M. Friello ‘57 Cynthia S. Gabriels ‘60 Peter S. Gage ‘81 David Gionet and Virginia Gionet # George M. Grass ‘50 James T. Gratch ‘79 Gale L. Gridley ‘63

Tiffany Gutierrez ~ William C. Hallenbeck ‘58 and Ann S. Hallenbeck ‘58 Owen W. Halloran ‘75 Higher Education Marketing Associates, Inc. Mark E. Hopson ‘83 and Stephanie L. Goodwin ‘83 Philip M. Hritcko ‘83 William Jabour ~ John Savoy and Son, Inc. Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies Michael B. Julius ‘72 Sally A. Kay Maureen A. Keegan ‘80 Stacy D. Keppler ‘93 Kinney Drugs Foundation, Inc. Judy Kistler Stephen Kovary and Elaine Kovary # David A. Kvancz ‘79 Warren T. Lennox ‘62 Ralph Leonardi and Donna Leonardi # Dawen Liu and Gloria Liu # Edward A. Loeber ‘80 Arthur J. Macarios ‘57 Paul Mangione ‘88 Joseph D. Manley ‘93 and Heather A. Manley ‘97 Marilyn A. McCarthy ‘54 Sean F. McCarthy ‘83 Joanne C. McTague ‘76 Glenn A. Meyer ‘84 Henry C. Miller ‘74 and Nancy Phillips ‘74 Milliman Consultants & Actuaries Edward P. Molloy ‘62 James E. Monahan ‘76 Martha Naber ‘86 Thomas H. Neely ‘71 Philip R. Palumbo ‘66 Robert Petronio ‘86 and Becky B. Petronio ‘86 Matthew L. Pitruzzello ‘05 Eugene R. Ponessa ‘53 James D. Preston ‘65 Mark J. Quackenbush ‘79 Ramy Ramzy ‘09 RBM Guardian Fire Protection, Inc. John Reepmeyer ‘65 Ronald V. Romano ‘96 and Brandi L. Romano ‘96 John E. Romeo ‘86 Richard A. Rubin ‘61 Peter J. Ryan ‘65 and Karen M. Ryan ‘68 Christina Sanvidge ~ Samantha Schwall ‘99 Scientia Advisors LLC Matthew Scott ‘94 and Diane P. Scott ‘97 Donald Seifert ‘58

Stephen R. Shearer ‘82 John F. Sherman ‘49 Kim L. Sprague ‘78 Patrick J. Steed ‘67 William R. Steed ‘57 Abraham Thomas and Valsamma Thomas # Barbara Thurston ‘63 Tracey J. Toner ‘95 Berman Tsun ‘07 TurfLinks, Inc. David E. Urban ‘74 David B. Van Etten ‘61 Elwin E. VanValkenburg ‘52 John D. Wakefield ‘70 and Maria T. Wakefield ‘70 Joe W. Walker ~ Walter H. Williams ‘51 * and Eleanor S. Williams ‘54 Michael D. Willson ‘83 Julie M. Wilmot ‘98 Lois A. Yontz ‘65 Giuseppe Zeolla Maroon & White ($100.00 + ) Pamela A. Abbamont ‘86 Richard K. Aikens ‘63 John Ainsworth and Cathy Ainsworth # Beatrice C. Allis-Minion ‘72 Prince Amoyaw ~ William B. Amsden ‘59 Sidney C. Anderson ‘87 Anonymous Anonymous Anonymous Ellen M. Aschbrenner ‘90 Anne E. Astemborski ‘85 Daniel M. Astry ‘77 Alfred A. Austin ‘97 Jeffrey C. Bachta ‘93 Maria O. Bachynsky ‘67 Indra Balachandran ~ Antoinette F. Baldino ‘06 William A. Banovic ‘68 James C. Barclay ‘74 John Baron James Bartz and Deborah Bartz # Raymond R. Bates ‘63 Lisa A. Baumander ‘94 Richard D. Baylis ‘61 Lena A. Beeson ‘89 Edward A. Belemjian ‘52 David J. Bendyk ‘83 Stefanie A. Bennett ‘08 Michael C. Blais and Maria Blais # Steven L. Blakeslee ‘68 Amy D. Blanchard ‘81 Richard C. Blunden ‘86 Nicholas S. Bonarrigo ‘65 Lisa E. Bonner ‘80 Holly M. Bonsignore ‘82 Robert D. Boroujerdi Michael Botti and Susan

Botti # Pamela M. Bowers ‘89 Ann Marie Z. Bowman ‘70 David C. Brands ‘68 Virginia Brennan ‘58 Joseph L. Breton ‘99 Bristol-Myers Squibb Company Robert G. Brockley ‘77 Tammy Brown ‘89 Peter T. Burdash ‘97 and Melissa A. Burdash ‘97 Roseanne T. Burke ‘82 Gene W. Burns and Julie Burns # Frank Capristo ‘70 Cheryl F. Carey ‘86 Kathleen M. Carlton ‘98 Alan J. Carpenter ‘67 Brian M. Carroll ‘79 Fred A. Carroll ‘82 Walter Cherniak ‘52 and June F. Cherniak ‘55 Frank Chisdock and Barbara Chisdock # Albert G. Chmura ‘69 Daniel Ciampino and Jeanne Ciampino # Richard F. Cimildoro ‘68 Carol A. Ciufo ‘57 John P. Clark ‘59 Esten Coan ‘52 Lois A. Cogovan ‘63 Donald T. Collea ‘91 Ralph N. Comanzo ‘58 Susan K. Conklin ‘94 Paul F. Consroe ‘66 Kevin Cope and Sally Cope # Jill M. Corbett ‘89 Nicole D. Corbett ‘86 Thomas A. Corwin ‘83 Baird C. Couch ‘62 John C. Coultry ‘00 and Tracey L. Coultry ‘01 Vincent A. Cozzarelli ‘61 Richard L. Culver ‘52 Richard D. Cummings ‘80 Walter Czajka ‘81 Robert J. Davis ‘89 and Maryanne Davis ‘89 Shelly B. Day ‘92 Ronald DeBellis ~ Charles G. DeChristopher ‘48 Joseph N. DeRuosi # Carla A. Desrosiers ‘85 James M. DiDonna ‘68 Eugene E. DiNuzzo ‘79 # Sean C. Dobbins ‘88 and Imelda N. Dobbins ‘88 Linda L. Drew ‘70 Tania M. Durante ‘91 Jill W. Edd ‘81 Barry F. Edelstein ‘63 Mark T. Edgerly ‘91 David D. Edwards ‘65 John N. Erb ‘66 David Every ‘81

Hua Fan ~ Andrew J. Farrell ‘84 Jocelyn R. Fiederer ‘80 Suzanne A. Figary ‘87 James J. Finn ‘68 David C. Fiore ‘77 Jeffrey P. Firlik ‘74 Michael E. Fish ‘00 Scott E. Fitzgerald and Sheri Fitzgerald # William Fizette ‘51 Roman Flis ‘80 Derek E. Fluty ‘94 and Amy M. Fluty ‘94 John Flynn John D. Forman ‘52 Julie-Ann Fortran ‘89 Martin J. Fox ‘80 James Francese ‘52 John P. Fratto ‘78 Thomas P. French ‘98 Thomas M. Friello ‘80 Gilbert Fudin ‘53 James E. Gannon ‘55 Christine L. Garfinkel ‘88 John R. George ‘81 Lorie A. Giamartino ‘89 Justine M. Gilbert ‘91 Herbert T. Goggins ‘59 Harvey Goldstein ‘61 Ronald B. Goodspeed ‘69 Marilyn S. Green ‘57 Robert Greene ‘09 Sean P. Greene ‘00 Vincent M. Grimaldi ‘62 John J. Guokas ‘62 Christine T. Haack ‘76 Robert C. Hagues ‘56 Donald F. Hall ‘59 Gary D. Hall ‘57 Elizabeth J. Hamilton ‘56 Thomas C. Hanley ‘48 Sharon K. Harper ‘92 Elaine I. Harrica ‘71 Charles A. Harsanyi ‘61 William V. Hastings ‘62 Bruce D. Hatch ‘79 Daniel P. Healy ‘82 Brett Hebeler and Laura Hebeler # Suzanne M. Hemingway ‘83 Frank A. Hempstead ‘58 Pamela L. Henderson ‘82 Laurence S. Herman ‘69 Brian M. Herschenhorn ‘02 Rebecca M. Hilborn ‘95 Allison A. Hoff ‘95 Miriam L. Hogle ‘55 Eugene A. Hoh ‘61 Heather Holland ‘96 Christopher T. Horning ‘96 Lisa M. Houk ‘80 Diana C. House ‘86 Jason M. Howard ‘08 Patrick E. Howlett ‘71 and Patricia A. Howlett ‘69 Murray P. Hyatt ‘56


Rg Report of gifts IBM Corporation Nicole M. Janiszewski ‘02 Nicole L. Jareo ‘96 Gary P. Johnson ‘71 and Bessie P. Johnson ‘72 Wladmyr B. Jurkiw ‘74 Thomas Kanarsky and Cathering Kanarsky # John Keegan ‘61 Sidney I. Keller ‘57 Vicki S. Kelsey ‘66 Frank H. Klippel ‘87 and Susan M. Klippel ‘87 L. J. Klippel ‘52 Anne M. Klupa ‘71 Robert A. Klupa ‘71 Kenneth R. Knutti ‘80 and Jill A. Knutti ‘81 Paul F. Koehler ‘71 and Ellen D. Koehler ‘71 Stephen A. Koerts ‘71 Bertram L. Kohn ‘60 Deborah B. Komoroski ‘78 Srividya Kotapati ‘01 Norman G. Kraft ‘54 Arthur Kramer ‘59 and Jeannie Kramer ‘59 David J. Krazinski ‘76 Paul A. Kucza ‘60 Paul A. Lanciault ‘56 David O. Lange ‘89 and Jean A. Lange ‘90 David Langley Salvatore J. Lanzafame ‘55 Mark P. Laurin ‘80 Susan N. Layne ‘61 Paul Le and Maria Le # Chuck Lee and Naomi Lee # Sally J. Lembcke ‘65 Mark S. Lenes ‘70 Paul G. Litynski ‘77 Henry G. Lobl ‘68 Robert J. Locke ‘72 Robert Loibl and Ann Marie Loibl # Thomas L. Long ‘65 Diane G. Lubertine ‘63 Debbie Lussier ~ Karrie O. Lyndaker ‘95 Mac-Gray Corporation Joseph A. Maiello ‘77 Robert Makofske ‘93 Ted Malahias ‘82 Barbara S. Mandulak ‘73 Michael F. Mangione Jay R. Marshall ‘87 Bruce D. Martin ‘55 Joseph N. Marzo ‘80 Lisa A. Mason ‘83 Vincent N. Matteo ‘71 Raymond D. Matthews ‘89 Constance S. Matthys ‘80 Richard K. McCann ‘76 Kathleen A. McCasland ‘79 Michael W. McEntarfer ‘73 and Deirdre K. McEntarfer ‘77 Lynn K. McKinnon ‘88


Patricia A. McMahon ‘86 Richard J. Menapace ‘56 Ronald C. Menard ‘61 Merck Partnership for Giving Angelo A. Mercurio ‘51 Roxie J. Miles ‘70 Frederick G. Miller ‘81 Michael T. Miller ‘97 and Katy-Erin Miller ‘91 Richard Miller ‘50 * Joseph S. Minarski ‘70 Melvin Mones ‘51 Timothy Morgan and Cynthia Morgan # Edward L. Moses ‘72 Elsie W. Mulrooney ‘57 Amy M. Murphy ‘00 Mary E. Murphy ‘48 Anita N. Murray ‘82 David M. Murray ‘74 Scott W. Murray ‘86 Maqbool Murtuza and Afeefa Murtuza # John F. Naioti ‘74 Thomas J. Natalie ‘96 Diep Nguyen # Teresa B. Nguyen ‘97 Andrew E. Nielsen ‘51 Harry P. Norman ‘61 Mary Louise Nudo ‘67 Thomas V. Oathout ‘63 and Ann D. Oathout ‘58 David F. O’Connell ‘67 Francis E. O’Hearn ‘63 David M. Oles ‘76 Colleen H. O’Malley ‘81 Michele Pallotta ‘77 Laureen A. Parese ‘82 Ann M. Parillo ‘57 Julius A. Pasquariello ‘83 Dennis J. Peat ‘75 and Carol J. Peat ‘77 William E. Peck ‘90 Carolyn A. Peebles ‘85 John V. Pelella ‘74 David M. Pelton ‘69 Ruth J. Perkins ‘97 Wendy R. Perry ‘78 Victoria A. Peters ~ William A. Petersen ‘52 Frank M. Piacente ‘72 Frederick G. Pickles ‘52 Anne K. Pierson ‘51 Mark E. Pochal ‘82 # Therese I. Poirier ‘77 P. Ronald Pollack ‘63 Karl F. Popp ‘73 David G. Potter ‘89 Richard Pratt and Lori Pratt # William G. Primomo ‘78 Darren M. Pynn ‘88 Joseph A. Rampe ‘66 Arthur A. Ramsey ‘62 William Ray and Elaine Ray # Timothy Reed ‘09

Kristin N. Renzi ‘92 Kevin Rivenburg ~ Mary-Margaret E. Robbins ‘98 Thomas E. Roberts ‘75 Gregory Rodzevik and Rose Rodzevik # Linda J. Ronk ‘73 Jack M. Rosenberg ‘58 Michael S. Rosenblum ‘87 and Joan M. Rosenblum ‘89 Randy Rosette ‘82 Mathew M. Rosinski ‘95 Daniel Rubinson ‘52 Cynthia S. Sadauskas ‘87 John V. Salemme ‘82 Walter Samselski and Geraldine Samselski # Gary M. Sanges ‘73 John M. Sarris ‘98 Herbert V. Savage ‘51 Mark E. Scanio ‘98 and Kristen M. Scanio ‘98 Judith A. Schmonsky ~ Robin Schuyler ‘86 James L. Senese ‘77 James H. Serour ‘72 Walter F. Shangraw ‘54 John J. Sheeley ‘63 Elizabeth V. Sheldon ‘50 Jay A. Sherline ‘63 Donald A. Sherman ‘51 Scott F. Sherwood ‘89 and Carol W. Sherwood ‘89 William G. Shields ‘84 James T. Shott ‘53 Richard E. Siegrist ‘79 and Jean S. Siegrist ‘79 Richard A. Sillato ‘99 and Tanya S. Sillato ‘99 David Silverhart ‘51 Mark S. Simkins ‘86 James V. Skelly ‘82 Steven Smith ‘79 and Kathleen R. Smith ‘77 Kathy A. Smith ‘81 Linford A. Snyder ‘51 and Nancy W. Snyder ‘51 Robert A. Sofia ‘66 Robert H. Solomon ‘62 Erin E. Southwick ‘94 Barbara A. Sowinski ‘76 Stanley R. Stankes ‘50 Greg R. Stanley ‘98 and Michelle M. Stanley ‘98 Joann Q. Stevens ‘81 Carolyn M. Stock ‘93 Jennifer Stone ‘99 Michelle L. Strong ‘90 Lewis W. Sturgess ‘53 Garen Szablewski ‘81 David E. Talarico ‘62 Norton W. Taylor ‘49 Philip Teicher ‘51 Fred M. Thomas ‘66 Jacqueline R. Thomas ‘74 Steven Thomas and Jean Thomas #

Cynthia A. Thompson ‘04 Michael Thompson and Erlinda Thompson # Robert W. Thorpe ‘51 Leila M. Tibi ‘02 William W. Tillapaugh ‘68 Edward L. Toomajian ‘81 and Rosemary Toomajian ‘81 James H. Toomajian ‘82 Robert M. Toomajian ‘62 Tracey L. Torrey ‘98 Kurt E. Trautmann ‘73 and Carol G. Trautmann ‘72 Janice K. Treichler ‘58 Edward J. Trnka ‘59 Huong Vannguyen and Loan Tran # David E. VanValkenburg ‘81 Robert L. Venery ‘61 Thummakkundu Venugopal and Joan Venugopal # David N. Vergamini ‘65 Anthony Vilardi and Lee Vilardi # Amanda Vincentini ‘09 David A. Viscusi ~ Elizabeth S. Voss ‘79 Douglas C. Wager ‘74 Suzanne M. Walton ‘88 John T. Ward ‘76 William R. Warner ‘54 Donna W. Warren ‘77 Leo Waseleski and Julie Waseleski # Susan E. Waterman ‘77 Elizabeth A. Weston ‘90 Michael Wexler ‘67 Mary E. White ‘90 David R. Wieland ‘73 Korey H. Willard ‘80 Edward W. Wind ‘54 and Lois Wind ‘57 Sheila Winnowski ‘64 Leo A. Wisniewski ‘72 Christine M. Wood ‘78 Wayne F. Woodcock ‘57 Edward J. Wortley ‘61 and Karen A. Wortley ‘63 Richard J. Zalewski ‘74 Michael Zebrowski ‘81 and Kim M. Zebrowski ‘81 Linda K. Zent ‘75 Michael J. Zeolla ‘01 Class Giving 1937 Class Size: 12 # of Donors: % of Participates: Total Gift: $10 Joseph Klein

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1943 Class Size: 10 # of Donors: 1 % of Participates: 10 Total Gift: $600 H. Russell Denegar 1947 Class Size: 15 # of Donors: % of Participates: Total Gift: $500 Regina Snyder

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1948 Class Size: 20 # of Donors: 4 % of Participates: 20 Total Gift: $450 Charles G. DeChristopher Thomas C. Hanley Irmgard Schuler Kaiser Mary Murphy 1949 Class Size: 37 # of Donors: 7 % of Participates: 18.92 Total Gift: $2,175 Betty Blount Frink Richard F. Isele Arthur G. Margolis Edmond A. Robert John H. Schell John F. Sherman Norton W. Taylor 1950 Class Size: 42 # of Donors: % of Participates: Total Gift: $460 George M. Grass Richard J. Phair Elizabeth Sheldon Stanley R. Stankes

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1951 Class Size: 54 # of Donors: 19 % of Participates: 35.18 Total Gift: $2,635 Raymond J. Blake Leonard Every William Fizette Harold Jaffee Ronald W. McLean

Rg Report of gifts Angelo A. Mercurio Melvin Mones Andrew E. Nielsen Anne Keeler Pierson Herbert V. Savage Martin Scully Harold W. Seitz Donald A. Sherman David Silverhart Nancy Ward Snyder Linford A. Snyder Philip Teicher Robert W. Thorpe Donald D. Weinstein 1952 Class Size: 57 # of Donors: 16 % of Participates: 28.07 Total Gift: $119,450 Edward A. Belemjian Walter Cherniak Esten Coan Richard L. Culver Rinaldo V. DeNuzzo John D. Forman James Francese L. Teakle Klippel William A. Petersen Frederick G. Pickles Richard G. Robison Daniel Rubinson Robert C. Schmitt Jerome B. Shapiro Gordon VanDebogart Elwin E. VanValkenburg 1953 Class Size: 45 # of Donors: 10 % of Participates: 22.2 Total Gift: $ 4,625 Gilbert S. Banker Alfred J. Collins, Sr. Gilbert Fudin Virginia Manory McBride Jack A. Monakey Lawrence M. Mosse Eugene R. Ponessa James T. Shott Lewis W. Sturgess Robert E. Thiess 1954 Class Size: 52 # of Donors: 15 % of Participates: 28.85 Total Gift: $ 5,585 Scott W. Brown George M. Ehrmann Norman R. Gallagher Lorraine Purcell Godson Robert O. Hitchcock

George F. Hoag Melvyn M. Kost Norman G. Kraft Marilyn McCarthy Charles W. Owens Walter F. Shangraw Alan Tubbs William R. Warner Eleanor Sager Williams Edward W. Wind 1955 Class Size: 41 # of Donors: 6 % of Participates: 14.63 Total Gift: $ 725 Marilyn Delehanty Browne June Favreau Cherniak James E. Gannon Miriam Belote Hogle Salvatore J. Lanzafame Bruce D. Martin 1956 Class Size: 48 # of Donors: 7 % of Participates: 14.58 Total Gift: $625 Robert C. Hagues Elizabeth Jennings Hamilton Murray P. Hyatt Paul A. Lanciault Joseph W. MacFarland Richard J. Menapace Elmer P. Vandenburgh 1957 Class Size: 53 # of Donors: 18 % of Participates: 33.96 Total Gift: $ 9,500 Nick G. Anagnost P. Edgar Badgley John E. Boylan Thomas E. Byrnes Carol Allen Ciufo J. Gordon Dailey Angelo M. Friello Marilyn Shearer Green Gary D. Hall Sidney I. Keller Jeanette Sturgess Lamb Arthur J. Macarios Robert F. McGaugh Elsie Weber Mulrooney Ann Parillo William R. Steed Lois Jeanneret Wind Wayne F. Woodcock

1958 Class Size: 63 # of Donors: 23 % of Participates: 36.51 Total Gift: $112,425 Richard K. Barber G. Wesley Barnard James E. Bollinger* Virginia Gritsch Brennan Elliot Cohen Ralph N. Comanzo Selig D. Corman Leonard E. Dwyer Melvin S. Friedland Rocco F. Giruzzi Barry Goldstein Ann Cantor Hallenbeck William C. Hallenbeck Frank A. Hempstead Conrad J. Knapp John F. McCarthy Ann Didomenicantonio Oathout Jack M. Rosenberg Donald Seifert James E. Skeals Dexter B. Spaulding Janice Imson Treichler Frank A. Viviani 1959 Class Size: 62 # of Donors: 17 % of Participates: 27.42 Total Gift: $4,645 William B. Amsden Walter E. Byrne John P. Clark Warren D. Ficke William J. Finn Herbert T. Goggins Donald F. Hall Kenneth W. Hunter Lester R. Kleinman Arthur Kramer Ralph T. Mancini Raymond J. Mooney Sally Grube Olech Katherine Zobel Petrone Melvyn L. Shindler Edward J. Trnka Betty Hallenbeck Williams 1960 Class Size: 59 # of Donors: 17 % of Participates: 28.81 Total Gift: $15,681 William J. Dwyer Richard P. Fernandez Cynthia Spagnoletti Gabriels Santo A. Garro

Edward Katz Bertram L. Kohn Paul A. Kucza Michael A. Lotano Mary Lou Schipp Mancini Richard A. Marra Bernard Nowitz James P. O’Brien Carol Van Dyk Powell Ira H. Rheingold Gerald W. Rothschild Jerald M. Stemerman Robert M. Stote 1961 Class Size: 72 # of Donors: 23 % of Participates: 31.94 Total Gift: $ 4,070 Dorita Grossman Aboufadel Richard D. Baylis L. Kirk Benedict John A. Bottiroli Vincent A. Cozzarelli Celia Feiner Epstein Leslie P. Felpel Harvey Goldstein Charles A. Harsanyi Eugene A. Hoh A. Joseph Kallfelz John Keegan Susan Nicholson Layne Ronald C. Menard Harry P. Norman Dennis R. O’Grady Richard A. Rubin Robert M. Santimaw David B. Van Etten Robert L. Venery F. Hamilton White Barry F. Wishengrad Edward J. Wortley 1962 Class Size: 71 # of Donors: 22 % of Participates: 30.99 Total Gift: $ 6,160 Brian W. Bartle Baird C. Couch Harry M. Fertik Floyd Firman Jon J. Gallagher Vincent M. Grimaldi John J. Guokas Walter G. Hagues William V. Hastings Charles H. Hudson Frank C. LaPuma Warren T. Lennox Linda Conover Lovejoy Edward P. Molloy Joan Gurnee Murray James W. Nowicki Arthur A. Ramsey

Elinor Woodcock Smith Robert H. Solomon David E. Talarico Robert M. Toomajian David F. Warren 1963 Class Size: 84 # of Donors: 20 % of Participates: 23.81 Total Gift: $ 11,059 Richard K. Aikens Elizabeth Lewis Austin Raymond R. Bates William A. Cetnar Lois Cogovan Richard H. Daffner Barry F. Edelstein Maureen Foley Jay M. Frank Gale L. Gridley Zachary I. Hanan Diane Grimaldi Lubertine John Morone Francis E. O’Hearn Thomas V. Oathout P. Ronald Pollack John J. Sheeley Jay A. Sherline Barbara Cote Thurston Karen Phelps Wortley 1964 Class Size: 16 # of Donors: 3 % of Participates: 18.75 Total Gift: $ 1,150 John Spanburgh Sheila Neary Winnowski Mary Eagle Yates 1965 Class Size: 85 # of Donors: 20 % of Participates: 23.53 Total Gift: $ 9,588 Nicholas S. Bonarrigo Robert H. Brakemeier Nicholas Chervinsky Nancy Fuda Chervinsky Timothy C. Colyer Richard T. Cornell Albert L. DiDonna David D. Edwards Thomas P. Gillette Sally Lembcke Thomas L. Long Sandra Frasier Lory James D. Preston John Reepmeyer Jack Rosenblum Peter J. Ryan


Rg Report of gifts Michael Simon David N. Vergamini Ronald Winchell Lois Drabinski Yontz 1966 Class Size: 71 # of Donors: 18 % of Participates: 25.35 Total Gift: $ 4,250 James P. Byrnes Mary Rigosu Carney Gary R. Coloton Paul F. Consroe Susan Dahm John N. Erb Frank C. Flannery Robert C. Hartz Vicki Smith Kelsey James J. Kitts Jacqueline Pagano Merrick Philip R. Palumbo Joseph A. Rampe Thomas M. Sands William L. Sliter Alice McMorrow Sliter Robert A. Sofia Fred M. Thomas 1967 Class Size: 75 # of Donors: 13 % of Participates: 19.33 Total Gift: $ 2,461 Maria Oksana Bachynsky Alan J. Carpenter Donald R. Charles Diane Prudhomme DeGroff Jo-Adele Carley Dumper Robert R. Henion Richard L. Johnson Mary Louise Nudo David F. O’Connell Jeannette Choiniere Rogowski Donald F. Scullion Patrick J. Steed Michael Wexler 1968 Class Size: 87 # of Donors: 19 % of Participates: 21.84 Total Gift: $ 4,225 Andrew R. Allen William A. Banovic Steven L. Blakeslee David C. Brands Norman W. Carter Richard F. Cimildoro Anne Marie Tarsa Crumb James M. DiDonna


Susann Wintle Dugo James J. Finn Jane Wells Fox Raymond T. Giblin Robert V. Holcomb Henry G. Lobl Karen Malacalza Ryan Ronald S. Sahr William W. Tillapaugh Terrence T. Towers A. John Wylie 1969 Class Size: 87 # of Donors: 16 % of Participates: 18.39 Total Gift: $ 18,735 Kalsey D. Arquette Albert G. Chmura Richard A. Cognetti Philip W. Cornell Lynne Cotich Cote Russell D. Cranston George H. Crittenden Ronald B. Goodspeed Laurence S. Herman Sylvia McCochrane Kaminsky John J. Longacker Barbara Romanow Olchek David M. Pelton Wallace B. Pickworth Michael J. Pinsonneault John V. Tagliaferri 1970 Class Size: 76 # of Donors: 13 % of Participates: 17.11 Total Gift: $ 9,575 Ann Marie Zavisky Bowman Frank Capristo Theresa Cummings Case Norma Jean Walker Coloton John R. Cote William G. Davis Linda Lee Drew John P. LeGrand Mark S. Lenes Roxie Moss Miles Joseph S. Minarski Joseph S. Rebisz John D. Wakefield 1971 Class Size: 76 # of Donors: 19 % of Participates: 25 Total Gift: $ 4,700 Jon P. Bushnell Angelo P. DelZotto Bernard G. Ettinger Gregory P. George

Elaine Patnode Harrica Patrick E. Howlett Gary P. Johnson Anne Morris Klupa Robert A. Klupa Ellen Uilham Koehler Paul F. Koehler Stephen A. Koerts Paul M. Matala Vincent N. Matteo David W. McEntarfer Thomas H. Neely William P. Sleasman Larry E. Small Mary Anne Koval Valenti 1972 Class Size: 80 # of Donors: 18 % of Participates: 22.50 Total Gift: $ 3,775 Beatrice Allis Allis-Minion Nicholas F. Antenucci Barbara Holleran George Rose Maria Sleurs Godlewski R. Gary Hollenbeck Bessie Pappas Johnson Michael B. Julius Michael B. Levine Robert J. Locke David J. Minarski Edward L. Moses Robert A. O’Connor Frank M. Piacente Gregg W. Richmond James H. Serour Charles A. Sharkey Carol Graham Trautmann Leo A. Wisniewski 1973 Class Size: 70 # of Donors: 12 % of Participates: 17.14 Total Gift: $ 4,100 Kathleen Carpenter Galletta Vincent A. Galletta James P. Hranek Marcia Muszynski Locke Barbara Sullivan Mandulak Michael W. McEntarfer David J. Muller Karl F. Popp Linda Williams Ronk Gary M. Sanges Kurt E. Trautmann David R. Wieland 1974 Class Size: 85 # of Donors: % of Participates: Total Gift:

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$ 7,440 James C. Barclay Kenneth P. Drabik Eileen Livingston Faist Richard C. Finkle Jeffrey P. Firlik Louis J. Fratto Wladmyr B. Jurkiw David M. Kile Susan Malone Kile Frederick J. Macri Henry C. Miller David M. Murray John F. Naioti John V. Pelella Nancy Phillips Vincent A. Pigula Jacqueline Rudy Thomas David E. Urban Douglas C. Wager Richard J. Zalewski 1975 Class Size: 15 # of Donors: 107 % of Participates: 14.02 Total Gift: $ 5,905 Steven H. Berkowitz Rose Mary Cross Demers Kim M. Demers Frederick A. Ellis Phillip C. Fifield David A. Grella Owen W. Halloran Timothy L. Magila Jane Mead O’Neill Dennis J. Peat Mary Beth Considine Poland Dominick J. Porco Thomas E. Roberts Diane Bramkamp Sacco Linda Kinney Zent 1976 Class Size: 100 # of Donors: 15 % of Participates: 15 Total Gift: $ 1,850 Robert F. Clark Thomas Fiore Christine Turner Haack Kenneth Hogan David A. Keyser David J. Krazinski Anthony E. Laiacona Richard K. McCann Joanne Criscione McTague James E. Monahan David M. Oles Barbara Sowinski David M. Stack John T. Ward Daniel J. Williford

1977 Class Size: 109 # of Donors: 23 % of Participates: 21.10 Total Gift: $ 6,155 Daniel M. Astry Robert G. Brockley Fred E. Brundige David P. Demagistris Marlene Gregor Dickson David C. Fiore Shirley Fourman Robert A. Hamilton Paul G. Litynski Joseph A. Maiello Debra Shoemaker Masel Deirdre Killelea McEntarfer Michele Pallotta Carol Jennings Peat Therese Poirier Ingeborg Sturm Porco Linda Eyer Rosenthal James L. Senese Kathleen Riley Smith David R. Stachnik Donna Warren Susan Waterman Richard A. Weinstein 1978 Class Size: 112 # of Donors: 12 % of Participates: 10.71 Total Gift: $ 2,375 David B. Castle Mark E. Connelly Patricia Jarrabet Cunningham Angela Pasquariello Dominelli William M. Fiero John P. Fratto Deborah Battaglia Komoroski Wendy Rich Perry William G. Primomo Kim L. Sprague John T. Westerman Christine Andryszczyk Wood 1979 Class Size: 125 # of Donors: 21 % of Participates: 16.80 Total Gift: $ 3,530 Anonymous Anne Corey Blanchard Brian M. Carroll Eugene E. DiNuzzo Wendy Preston Dulin Scott S. Frederickson

Rg Report of gifts Gregory A. Fuller James T. Gratch Terri Morkunas Hanrahan Bruce D. Hatch Flory Wishnoff Herman David A. Kvancz Mary Jo List Kathleen Hudson McCasland Mark J. Quackenbush James J. Roome Jean Schweigert Siegrist Richard E. Siegrist Steven R. Smith Maria Poleto Steinbach Elizabeth Stagnitti Voss 1980 Class Size: 113 # of Donors: 27 % of Participates: 23.89 Total Gift: $ 7,346 Sam F. Berardino Kathleen Bibbo Lisa Edmunds Bonner Paula Bruso Michael P. Butler Richard D. Cummings Jocelyn Scott Fiederer Roman Flis Martin J. Fox Thomas M. Friello Geraldine Vandresar Gates Gary L. Grella Bridget-ann Murphy Hart Lisa Houk Garret H. Huyer Maureen Keegan Kenneth R. Knutti Mark P. Laurin Douglas R. Lindke Edward A. Loeber Elizabeth Hockenbury Maney Joseph N. Marzo James A. Mastrianni Constance Trinkl Matthys Irene Tobin Przylucki Randall J. Smith Korey H. Willard 1981 Class Size: 119 # of Donors: 30 % of Participates: 25.21 Total Gift: $ 4,025 Amy Daniels Blanchard Cheryl Burtch Jane Paffenbarger Butler David J. Carpenter Walter Czajka Sharon Beale Derby James W. Duffy Jill Walpole Edd David Every

Jeffrey Fudin Peter S. Gage John R. George Mark Gersten Kathleen Zwick Hayes Lorraine Gadomski Herkenham Alesa Raymond Hughto Eugene R. Jackey Janet Korwan Edward J. La Vigne Frederick G. Miller Colleen O’Malley Daniel R. Sanders Kathy Johnson Smith Joann Quain Stevens Garen Szablewski Edward L. Toomajian David E. VanValkenburg John F. Walker Michael Zebrowski Kim Bailey Zebrowski 1982 Class Size: 117 # of Donors: 28 % of Participates: 23.93 Total Gift: $ 3695 Robert J. Alessi Holly Galick Bonsignore Julie Burns Denice Brady Roseanne Thomas Burke Fred A. Carroll Diane D’Amelio Chmel Steven Frisbee Kathleen Longtin Frisbee Daniel P. Healy Pamela Henderson Janet Ostrowski Johnson Peter M. Lamanna Ted Malahias Marian Hawrylchak McLaughlin James McLaughlin Anita Nolin Murray Laureen Parese Christine Petit Mark E. Pochal Randy Rosette John V. Salemme Stephen R. Shearer James V. Skelly Gale Soltys James H. Toomajian John P. Vavra Dena Rossi Wise 1983 Class Size: 106 # of Donors: 22 % of Participates: 20.75 Total Gift: $ 9,435 David J. Bendyk Bonnie Bauer Blum

Robert A. Blum J. Mark Bover Thomas A. Corwin Susan Lord Cuculich Geno J. Germano Stephanie Goodwin Paul G. Held Suzanne Schuler Hemingway Christopher A. Henderson Mark E. Hopson Bruce L. Hotchkiss Philip M. Hritcko Lisa Baker Mason Sean F. McCarthy Julius A. Pasquariello Lori Hiller Polizzi Jerry F. Powers David M. Tenero Michael D. Willson Patricia Neugebauer Wilson 1984 Class Size: 109 # of Donors: 17 % of Participates: 15.59 Total Gift: $ 7,545 Robin Alteri Robert L. Correia Joanne Sansone Daprano Andrew J. Farrell Anthony J. Graziano Kathleen Farrell Krazinski Maryanne Mackin Mackey Lawrence J. Mango Glenn A. Meyer Marion Tovey Morton James Notaro Jeffery W. Opal Douglas F. Perryman Bonnie Peters James H. Purcell William G. Shields Daria Fedones Yuschak 1985 Class Size: 116 # of Donors: 19 % of Participates: 16.38 Total Gift: $ 10,000 Anonymous Anne Astemborski Elaine Bailey Dina Wolf Brooks Carla Sohacki Desrosiers Arthur L. Forman Steven B. Hansel Christopher J. Klein William V. Krazinski Theresa Lubowski Michael L. Maggy John T. McDonald Cathy Osborne Carolyn Touchton Peebles Samuel T. Piraino Naomi Hudzinski Piraino

Michael P. Ryan Troy D. Spaulding Scott M. Terrillion 1986 Class Size: 128 # of Donors: 23 % of Participates: 17.97 Total Gift: $ 13,945 Pamela Scharoun Abbamont Jennifer Leary Battin Richard C. Blunden Jennifer Caloia Mariangela Kustyn Capozzi Cheryl Frawley Carey Nicole Dinallo Corbett Paula DiLascia Wright Theresa Bouchard Germano Joyce Hughston Hansel Diana House Patricia Stewart McMahon Scott W. Murray Martha Naber John F. Peebles Becky Bray Petronio Robert C. Petronio Deborah Miller Quiri John E. Romeo Robin Schuyler Mark S. Simkins Fred Valenti Mark Yerushalmi 1987 Class Size: 130 # of Donors: 18 % of Participates: 13.85 Total Gift: $ 4,531 Sidney C. Anderson Patricia Carroll Baron James A. Bartosik Diana Rychcik Boschi Leigh Briscoe-Dwyer Astrid Blydenburgh Cook Kathleen Kehn Fama Christopher A. Fama Suzanne Arnold Figary Andrew G. Flynn Anne Marie Debboli Hume Barbara Gadomski Joyce Susan Glode Klippel Frank H. Klippel Jay R. Marshall Renata Strozik McKenzie Michael S. Rosenblum Cynthia Sadauskas 1988 Class Size: 123 # of Donors: 13 % of Participates: 10.57 Total Gift: $ 5,845 Amy Somach Cherkosly

Kelley Medes Cirillo Christopher Del Vecchio Sean C. Dobbins Michael A. Farina Christine Sherman Garfinkel Marcia Zehr Kall Paul Mangione Lynn Klutschkowski McKinnon Darren M. Pynn Larry G. Tabor Tamara Turner Suzanne Chapman Walton 1989 Class Size: 147 # of Donors: 25 % of Participates: 17.01 Total Gift: $ 2,625 Lena Arell Beeson Pamela Burton Bowers Tammy Bowman Brown Jill Kaminski Corbett Robert E. Crain Robert J. Davis Maryanne Mazzella Davis Shanna Aleschus Fitzpatrick Julie-Ann Serafini Fortran Lorie Chervinsky Giamartino Angela Clouse Lange David O. Lange Michael M. Mascitelli Raymond D. Matthews Judith Campion McDonald Patrick J. McGaugh Lori Allen Mosher Jacquelyn Peters Mitchell David G. Potter Joan Signorelli Rosenblum Bridget O’Hearn Rowan Scott F. Sherwood Anne Donnelly Triller Darren M. Triller Susan Stafford Wu 1990 Class Size: 112 # of Donors: 8 % of Participates: 7.14 Total Gift: $ 1,700 Ellen Meaney Aschbrenner Lisa Maguire Carney Clayton D. Edwards William E. Peck Michael J. Reff Michelle Strong Elizabeth Cheresnowsky Weston Mary Faragon White


Rg Report of gifts 1991 Class Size: 139 # of Donors: 10 % of Participates: 7.19 Total Gift: $ 2,675 Kathleen Eccles Bonnier Donald T. Collea Tania Madison Durante Mark T. Edgerly Justine Giroux Gilbert Susan Learned Gina Martinelli Painter Manuel Ramirez Mary Underhill Underhill Joseph M. Waltz 1992 Class Size: 140 # of Donors: 15 % of Participates: 10.71 Total Gift: $ 2,343 Sharon Tissot Bridgeford Regina Dascher Shelly Davis Day Penelope Stolis Doherty Maureen Crowley Geiser L. Thomas Geiser Laurie Govel Sharon Yearwood Harper Lisa Charbonneau LaLoggia Sandra Sparks McLoud Denise Nero Patricia Pierce Daniel M. Pruski Kristin Collins Renzi Alan P. Theriault 1993 Class Size: 120 # of Donors: 12 % of Participates: 10.00 Total Gift: $ 3,225 Jeffrey C. Bachta Daniel A. Bosley Susan Schwanke Couture Christopher A. Fausel Judy Izard Stacy DeTomaso Keppler Dale R. Lewis Robert Makofske Joseph D. Manley Kim Whitton Reynolds Laura Miller Stevens Carolyn Deland Stock 1994 Class Size: 134 # of Donors: % of Participates: Total Gift: $ 970


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Lisa Morana Baumander Todd D. Bourn Susan Sheils Conklin Bonny Decastro Victoria Ardia Dingman Derek E. Fluty Donald P. Light Matthew Scott Erin O’Connor Southwick Tina Fabbri Valdeon 1995 Class Size: 125 # of Donors: 18 % of Participates: 14.40 Total Gift: $ 1,355 Anonymous Annabelle Stevens Bink Charlene Kelly Griffin Scott Griffin Rebecca Hilborn Allison Garcia Hoff Janet Burns Hurt Susan Barquin Johnson Jeremey J. Jorolemon Christine Smith Jorolemon Ellen Kenney Karrie Ohnmar Lyndaker Anna O’Neill Mathew M. Rosinski Mary Plante St. Hilaire Tracey Jansen Toner Laura Milch White C. Michael White 1996 Class Size: 121 # of Donors: 9 % of Participates: 7.44 Total Gift: $ 2,500 Stacy Spaulding Bruyns Brian A. Bruyns John J. Faragon Heather Holland Christopher T. Horning Nicole Peer Jareo Thomas J. Natalie Brandi Miller Romano Ronald V. Romano 1997 Class Size: 133 # of Donors: 13 % of Participates: 9.77 Total Gift: $1,575 Alfred A. Austin Melissa Oles Burdash Peter T. Burdash Laurel Graziano Champlin Christine Wortley Daniel James P. Edson Mark W. Fagnan

Francesco A. Giuliano Heather Baker Manley Michael T. Miller Teresa Nguyen Joseph P. Padalino Ruth Perkins 1998 Class Size: 143 # of Donors: 14 % of Participates: 9.79 Total Gift: $ 2,525 Kathleen Sears Carlton Julie English Thomas P. French Mark A. Hunter Eric D. Prong Joanne Race Mary-Margaret Robbins John M. Sarris Kristen Renaud Scanio Mark E. Scanio Greg R. Stanley Tracey Peploski Torrey Julie Wilmot Kimberly Doderer Wioland 1999 Class Size: 130 # of Donors: 12 % of Participates: 9.23 Total Gift: $ 2,035 Joseph L. Breton Robert Dicenzo Katherine Cleaver Emling Kevin J. Fessler Melissa Fjeldal Giuliano Samantha McVey Schwall Tanya Schram Sillato Richard A. Sillato Jennifer D’Andrea Stone Christine Gemerek Varnum Matthew T. Yancey Christine Tallo Zeolla 2000 Class Size: 116 # of Donors: % of Participates: Total Gift: $ 1,225 John C. Coultry

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Jennifer DiPasquale Michael E. Fish Kristin Longhouse Goold Sean P. Greene Amy Murphy Benedetta Comande Pinello Karen Smith

2001 Class Size: 109 # of Donors: 9 % of Participates: 8.26 Total Gift: $ 650 Tracey Barbuto Coultry Nadia Zalusky Hellenga Srividya Chirumamilla Kotapati Michael S. Leake John D. McGrath Kerri Doloughty Prong Kelly Collins Sullivan Nathaniel W. Varnum Michael J. Zeolla 2002 Class Size: 140 # of Donors: 7 % of Participates: 5.00 Total Gift: $ 475 Cheryl Aiken Susan Lariviere Hartfield Brian M. Herschenhorn Nicole Janiszewski Dipak K. Mistry Michael T. O’Donnell Leila Tibi 2004 Class Size: 130 # of Donors: 2 % of Participates: 1.54 Total Gift: $ 175 Julia Bartoszek Gardiner Cynthia Thompson 2005 Class Size: 121 # of Donors: 4 % of Participates: 3.31 Total Gift: $ 408 Wayne F. Briggs Amee Doshi Matthew J. Jones Matthew L. Pitruzzello 2006 Class Size: 147 # of Donors: 5 % of Participates: 3.40 Total Gift: $ 1,225 Antoinette Baldino Michael J. Barton Christopher L. Gardiner Suzette Pablo Igharas Jessica Maurer

2007 Class Size: 144 # of Donors: % of Participates: Total Gift: $ 300 Randi Maurer Berman Tsun

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2008 Class Size: 213 # of Donors: 5 % of Participates: 2.35 Total Gift: $ 820 John K. Adamchick Stefanie Alger Bennett Stephen R. Esker Jason M. Howard Owoedimo B. Usoro 2009 Class Size: 236 # of Donors: 7 % of Participates: 2.97 Total Gift: $ 630 Meagan Brown Whitney Caron Robert Greene Stephanie Kohan Ramy Ramzy Timothy Reed Amanda Vincentini Matching Gift Companies Total Gift: $19,480 Bristol-Myers Squibb Company Eli Lilly and Compnay Express Scripts GE Foundation GlaxoSmithKline, Inc. HSBC Philanthropic Programs IBM Corporation Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies Kinney Drugs, Inc. MassMutual Financial Group Merck Partnership for Giving Novartis U.S. Foundation Pfizer, Inc. Publix Super Markets Charities, Inc. Roche Wyeth Matching Gift Program Francis J. O’Brien Society Alan Blum ‘69 Lucille Cerro Donald R. Charles ‘67 John R. Cote ‘70 and Lynne K. Cote ‘69 + Jack and Kandyce J. Daley ‘74 +

Edward J. Enos ‘84 and Maureen Enos ‘84 Mark W. Fagnan ‘97 Warren D. Ficke ‘59 John Finnegan ‘57 * Charlotte Helprin James and Gloria * 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 Nirenberg William O’Brien Charles W. Owens ‘54 Katherine F. Petrone ‘59 Eugene R. Ponessa ‘53 Frank A. Reiss ‘89 Regina G. Snyder ‘47 Shirley C. Stolarski ‘74 Norton W. Taylor ‘49 Robert M. Toomajian ‘62 Gino and Willie Turchi Robert H. Van Vlack ‘52 Corporations & Foundations Name $ 2K Design $250 Abbott Laboratories $4,000 Acabay $3,250 Action Window Cleaning Co., Inc. $500 Albany Molecular Research Inc. $50,000 Allen’s Upholstery and Carpet Cleaning $250 American Chemical & Equipment Co. $250 AXA Advisors, LLC $1,626.40 Bank of America $755.84 Brighter Choice $1,500 BST Advisory Network, LLC $1,500 Capital Area Pharmacists Society $750 Chicago Title Insurance Company $1,500 Colonie Mechanical Contractors, Inc. $250 CVS/Caremark $21,960 Envision Architects PC $1,500 Excel Systems Inc. $250 First Niagara Bank $860 Flooring Environment, Inc. $250 Frank Motter Construction $250 Friends of Noah Sorensen & Mario Zeollo, Inc. $4,405 George I. Alden Trust $75,000

HECAP $498,618 Higher Education Marketing Associates, Inc. $250 Hugh Johnson Advisors $3,500 Janitronics Facility Services $11,500 John Savoy and Son, Inc. $250 Mabey’s Moving & Storage, Inc. $1,500 Mac-Gray Corporation $215 Metro Resources, LLC $860 Milliman Consultants & Actuaries $250 MVP Health Services Corporation $500 NACDS Foundation $4,000 Nfrastructure Technologies $1,500 Niagara National Inc. $1,500 RBM Guardian Fire Protection,I nc. $250 Rite Aid Corporation $40,600 Scientia Advisors LLC $250 Sodexo Inc. & Affiliates $750 Sonitrol of Albany $650 TD Bank $11,500 Tech Valley Communications $1,500 The Bender Family Foundation $12,500 Time Warner of Albany, N.Y. $1,500 TurfLinks, Inc. $250 United Way of Tri-State $28.86 Walgreens $22,150 $787,229.00 Gifts-In-Kind Anna Boguniewicz Computervision Envision Architects PC Justin Ermiger Flooring Environment, Inc. Office Environments, Inc. Richard Pache Michael Rielly Sanofi-Aventis In Memoriam In Memory of Edward Sowek Carol Lee Sowek ‘74 Memorial Scholarship Fund Anonymous Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Bailey Ms. Mary Bartkowski Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Burke Burke and Casserly, P.C. Mr. Paul and Ms. Connie Campbell Mr. and Mrs. Donald Card Mr. John Chiaramonte Mr. Anthony Ciccone Ms. Maryteresa Colello

Coles Collison Center Mr. Paul and Ms.Phyllis Cooney Dr. and Mrs. Richard Crinigan Mr. and Mrs. William Cronin Department of Veterans Affairs Mr. and Mrs. Michael DiLorenzo Mrs. Angela Dominelli Mr. Philip Donnelly Ms. Lori Ehrensbeck Mr. Michael Fanning and Ms.Pricilla Richards Farm Family Life Insurance Ms. M. Gayle Faughnan Mr. Michael Fleming Mr. Frank and Ms.Regina Frederick Mr. James Hasenbein Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Kosek Ms. Elizabeth Kutz Mr. Michael Lindsey and Ms. Rachael Winters Ms. Angelina Lombardo and Ms. Natalie Monescalchi Mr. and Mrs. John Naylor, Sr. Mr. John Niemczyk Ms. Mary Niemczyk Novest Financial Services, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Okonski Mr. Edward and Ms. Barbara Paulinski Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Pillsworth Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Purello Mrs. Elizabeth Raczkowski Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Ragoni Mr. Anthony and Ms. Wilburta Reale Col and Mrs. Robert Roderick Ms. Eleanore Rosenberg Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Shaughessey Mr. and Mrs. Newton Spoor III Mr. Donald and Ms. Nancy Spraragen Mr. William Thomas Mr. John J. Walsh, Sr Mr. David Szelest and Family Mr. David Zdunczyk

In Memory of Raymond G. Ehrmann Mr. George M. Ehrmann ‘54 In Memory of Stephen Busch Mr. and Mrs. David Szelest In Memory of Richard Cotrupe Dr. John ‘70 and Mrs. Lynne ‘69 Cote In Memory of Leonard Every ‘51 Mr. David Every ‘81 In Memory of Bruce Kay ‘66 Mrs. Sally A. Kay In Memory of Stephen Kistler Mrs. Judy Kistler In Memory of Bradley LaBombard ‘10 Dr. Stephen R. Esker ‘08 In Memory of Carmine Lotano Mr.James E. Bollinger ‘58* and Joyce Bollinger In Memory of Bob Morcone Mrs. Kathleen R. Smith ‘77 In Memory of Dean O’Brien Mr. John Flynn In Memory of Julius Osowick ‘55 Mrs. Patricia F. Osowick In Memory of Albert M. White Mr. Jon J. Gallagher ‘62 In Memory of Markham Wood Mr. John Flynn Mr. Lyle Pierce Ms. Dorothy Roberts Ms. Barbara Wood Mr. Charles Wood In Memory of Mario Zeolla ‘97 Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences Dr. Michael J. Zeolla ‘01

In Memory of Stephen Busch Mr. and Mrs. David Szelest In Memory of Richard Cotrupe Dr. John ‘70 and Mrs. Lynne ‘69 Cote In Memory of August Dobish ‘59 Mr. Warren D. Ficke ‘59


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“The education we received at ACP gave us the opportunity to have enjoyable and successful careers as well as many lifelong friends. If ACP is to continue to be a leader in the health care sciences as ACPHS, we all have an obligation to continue to make that happen.” -Ralph and Mary Lou Mancini

Ralph Mancini ‘59

Ph.D. Temple University

Medical Consultant to Smith Kline & French sales force, Retired.

Mary Lou Mancini ’60

Manager Technical Documentation Center, Worldwide Pharmaceuticals at GSK-Retired. For additional information on the giving opportunities at ACPHS, please contact the Office of Institutional Advancement at (518) 694-7125.



Please join us for our alumni trip!

Discover preserved medieval towns and the titillating flavors of these Northern Italian jewels. You’ll please your palate in Bolgona, sample locally produced cheese in the Parma region, visit a local vinegar factor for a tasting, and sip the country’s finest wines, including Lambrusco. DETAILED ITINERARY: Day 1 - Turin

Depart the airport closest to you! Dayfrom 6 - Bologna Day 9 - Verona

Begin your journey with an overnight flight on a major airline to Italy.

Day 2 - Turin

Welcome to Italy! Upon your arrival in Milan, transfer to Turin, Italy’s first capital city and home of the 2006 Winter Olympics. After you’ve settled in to your hotel, meet your fellow travelers at an included Welcome Dinner. Included meals: breakfast (in flight), dinner

Day 3 - Turin

The elegant boulevards of Turin come alive, thanks to the many museums and cafés you’ll find there. This morning, you’ll discover Turin on a guided tour. Pass by Piazza Castello, Palazzo Madama, San Lorenzo Church, Palazzo Carignano and the famed Egyptian Museum. The rest of the day is yours to continue your explorations or relax at your hotel. Included entrances: Egyptian Musuem

Day 4 - Italian Riviera

Travel west to the region of Liguria for a taste of seaside luxury. Along the way, stop in Barolo, a hilltop town and one of the most well-known names in Northern Italian wine. Enjoy a wine tasting and light lunch here before continuing on to Liguria, which has always drawn artists and celebrities to its shores. Discover for yourself il dolce far niente, Italian for “the sweet art of idleness.” Dinner is included this evening. Included meals: breakfast, light lunch with wine tasting

Day 5 - Italian Riviera

Relax on the shores of the Italian Riviera at your leisure today. Or enjoy an optional excursion to the Cinque Terre, a group of five villages dramatically situated in the heart of the Italian Riviera. Travel by boat cruise (weather permitting) or by train to explore two of the villages. Included meals: breakfast

As you bid a fond farewell to the Riviera, rest assured that culinary delights await in your destinations today. Your first stop is at a local Parmigiano Reggiano producer, where you’ll sample this well-known cheese. You’ll also visit a balsamic vinegar farm for a tasting, a sampling of Lambrusco wine and light lunch. Then continue on to Bologna, considered the culinary capital of Italy, touted for its pasta and mortadella sausage. Dinner is included this evening. Included meals: breakfast, light lunch, dinner

Day 7 - Bologna

This morning, venture out into the sienna-hued streets of Bologna on a sightseeing tour with an expert local guide. Your tour includes a visit to the University of Bologna, the world’s oldest operating university, as well as Piazza Maggiore with Palazzo Comunale, Sala Borsa and the Basilica di San Petronio. This afternoon, opt to join an excursion to Dozza Castle, which includes a wine tasting.

Venture to Verona, home of Romeo and Juliet. En route, stop in the Veneto region of northeastern Italy to sample three red wines typical of the region: Amarone, Ripasso and Recioto. A light lunch is also included. Included meals: breakfast, light lunch & wine tasting

Day 10 - Verona

On a guided walking tour of Verona today, discover the sites that served as the backdrop for Shakespeare’s famous drama. Situated by the River Adige, Verona is one of Italy’s best-preserved medieval centers. Take a look at the town’s Roman amphitheater and Casa di Giulietta, Juliet’s house and storied balcony. Tonight, join your fellow travelers for an included Farewell Dinner. Included meals: breakfast, dinner

Day 11 - Verona

Included meals: breakfast

Extend your stay with two nights in Venice, or travel to the Venice airport to board your flight home.

Included entrances: University of Bolgona

Included meals: breakfast

Day 8 - Bologna

(In the case of early morning departures, breakfast may not be provided.)

Enjoy a free day to explore Bologna on your own. Follow the world’s longest portico uphill to the Basilica of San Luca. Later, partake in an evening cooking class where you’ll learn to make the traditional pastas of Bologna, such as tortellini, tortelloni and tagliatelle. Dinner is also included tonight as part of your cooking lesson. Included meals: breakfast, dinner Included entrances: cooking class

Extend Your Stay Add 2 nights in Venice for only $329 USD (Single room: add $90 USD) All the picture books in the world won’t prepare you for the sight of Venice’s gilded palaces rising from the sea. Explore the city’s many famous churches and museums, but set aside time to get lost in the maze of canals and streets. Deceptive and mysterious, Venice has a soft spot for wanderers—and to them she will open her heart. For additional information or to register please visit:


Catching up with…..Professor Gary Hall Professor Hall is enjoying the sunny shores of Florida. He resides on North Hutchinson Island which is between Vero Beach and Fort Pierce. A 1957 Graduate of ACPHS, he was a Professor in the Pharmaceutical Sciences Department for 35 years. Still active in pharmacy, he teaches throughout the country. He says, “I teach ten 3-day review courses preparing recent graduates taking the NAPLEX.” This year he published three books including: the 10th edition of McGraw-Hill’s “Lange Q & A Pharmacy, 7th edition of “Guide to Federal Pharmacy Law,” and the 2010-2011 updated “NAPLEX Lecture Notes” for Kaplan Medical. All three are co-authored by Dr. Barry Reiss. He loves to travel with his wife Doris and this year plans to visit Australia, Italy, Norway and Egypt. He recalls his years at ACPHS fondly and says. “I enjoyed my years as a student. I had a great group of classmates. Today, as I present lectures to mainly fellow alumni, I am pleased to realize that ACPHS still maintains very high educational standards.” Gary Hall can be reached at:

Ben Woo ‘12

Recipient of the Myron Book Scholarship Pharm. D. Program Peer Mentoring Program Phi Delta Chi Multi-cultural Club Treasurer Honor Code Committee

Why he is grateful…

“I am deeply honored to be recognized with this scholarship. I am very grateful that I can have this chance to finish school with the financial support given by those who are extremely kind. With the opportunity I have received, I will make the best of it.” Your support is vital. For additional information on setting up a scholarship, please contact the Office of Institutional Advancement at (518) 694-7125. 38

Planned Giving Why do you give? “My education from ACPHS has given me a lifetime of satisfying and well paid work. It has given me a sense of security in that I was given the education and skills needed to succeed.”

What motivates you to give?

“I’ve always felt that it is the right thing to do. With just a small investment you can get such a big pay off. It’s all about helping the next generation. “


“The professional successes I have had can be attributed to ACPHS. I am truly grateful to the College and feel that giving back is the right thing to do.”

Eugene R. Penessa ‘53

For additional information on the giving opportunities at ACPHS, please contact the Office of Institutional Advancement at (518) 694-7125.


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Calendar of Events DECEMBER

Saturday, December 4 – Wednesday, December 8 ASHP 2010 Midyear Clinical Meeting Anaheim, CA Sunday, December 5 ACPHS Reception at the ASHP 2010 Midyear Clinical Meeting Anaheim, CA Monday, December 27 – Friday, December 31 Women’s Basketball Team – Tournament @ Northwood University West Palm Beach, FL


Thursday, January 14 Continuing Education Class Annual Respiratory Disease Update


Saturday, January 22 Alumni Basketball Day Women’s Game at 12:00 p.m. Alumni Honored between games Men’s Game at 2:00 p.m.



Friday, April 22 Health Sciences White Coat Ceremony Thursday, April 28 National Medical Laboratory Professionals Week Dinner


Sunday, February 7 Continuing Education Class Annual Infectious Disease Update

Friday, May 13 Class of 2011Farewell Brunch


Friday, May 13 Hooding Ceremony

Friday, March 25- Monday, March 28 APHA Conference Seattle, WA Sunday, March 27 ACPHS Reception @ APHA Conference Seattle, WA

Saturday, May 14 Commencement


Friday, June 3 – Sunday, June 5 Reunion Weekend

For a complete listing of all events visit

PostScript Fall 2010  

ACPHS PostScript Magazine Fall 2010