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CONTENTS

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Bay View students join the global climate strike.

Meet Kash Cannon ’08.

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Bay View keeps COVID at bay.

Class of 2020 Commencement.

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Marching for the Planet

A Virtual Success

Lift Up Your Voice

Class with Kash

87 Strong

Class Notes

Academic spotlight.

WINTER 2021

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Living the Mission

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Ishita Rai ’20 Is Well on Her Way Alumna spotlight.

EDITORS

Erin Hanna ’98, P’35. Director of Institutional Advancement

Deborah Herz Carol Jussaume, RSM ART DIRECTOR

Caroline Henriksen

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Breaking Down Barriers Middle School spotlight.

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Bay View: Strong for the Next 150 Years Giving Report.

A Season to Remember Athletic spotlight.

CONTRIBUTORS

ABOUT THE COVER Bay View alumna Kash Cannon ’08 is as passionate about

Amanda Grattan ​’11 Kirsten Hammann Alexandra Kavanagh ​’06 Jennifer Wasson

OUR MISSION St. Mary Academy – Bay View is an independent, Catholic

gardening as she is about inspiring youngsters in her role as

CONTACT US

school serving a diverse population of girls from preschool

senior coordinator of community engagement for the Boston

Bay View Today 3070 Pawtucket Avenue Riverside, RI 02915-5197 401-434-0113 advancement@bayviewacademy.org

through Grade 12. In the tradition of the Sisters of Mercy,

Celtics. In this photo, taken in November 2020, she leads a How to Grow workshop for alumni at Northeastern University, where she majored in sociology, earned her master’s in informatics and is working on her second master’s degree in sports leadership. “I love growing,” Kash says. “It makes me feel empowered, self-sufficient and connected to the land.” See Kash’s story on page 12.

© 2021 St. Mary Academy – Bay View

we foster academic excellence in an innovative and creative learning environment. We are committed to empowering each student to be a confident, independent, compassionate and socially conscious young woman who fully lives her faith.


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President’s Message Led by Mother Frances Warde, a small group of Mercy Sisters traveled from Ireland to Pittsburgh in 1843 to spread their mission and ministry in the United States. Catherine McAuley, foundress of the Sisters of Mercy, certainly understood that this new endeavor would involve both challenges and achievements. In a letter of encouragement to Frances Warde, Catherine McAuley once wrote, “This is your life, joys and sorrows mingled, one succeeding the other.” Reflecting on Catherine’s words within the context of our past year, I find them as relevant today as they were then. Though she wrote this letter 33 years before the Sisters of Mercy established St. Mary Academy - Bay View, Catherine clearly knew that the Mercy mission and the extension of her life’s work was entirely reliant upon the resilient people, both then and now, who would join her in the loving and selfless service of others. The year 2020 was no exception. Faced with a devastating pandemic and decreasing enrollment, the faith, generosity, and spirit of our Bay View family have carried our community through unprecedented circumstances to a future that would only have been a dream when Catherine McAuley and Frances Warde were exchanging letters and overcoming the challenges of their time. Today, Catherine’s mission is a living and lasting reality because of you.

Board of Trustees 2020–2021

Thanks to your gifts and the matching gift pledge of a leading donor, we have received more than $1.1 million toward our goal of $1.5 million to sustain Bay View for the immediate future. You have made it possible for Bay View to provide students with more than $1 million in financial aid, allowing us to continue to innovate in the areas of curriculum and technology. Your gifts will also go a long way toward supporting our budget of $8.2 million, retaining an esteemed faculty, attracting high-achieving students, and expanding vital programs, from athletics to the arts and sciences. Nothing made me prouder than to see the graduates of the Class of 2020 celebrate their commencement on June 7, despite the many health and safety precautions imposed by COVID-19. My address to them still holds true today: “What inspires me about our Mercy community is that we meet our most demanding moments with courage, resolve and a selfless concern for others. I’m so proud of the countless ways our Bay View family has responded to the COVID-19 crisis by rising to every challenge and accepting every disappointment with resilience and grace. Your undaunted spirit and dedication to our mission give me great confidence for the future of a world that needs the conviction and compassion of students grounded in Mercy values.” In Mercy, Sister Marybeth Beretta

Alison L. Croke ’90 Chair

Elizabeth H. Demers ’99 Vice Chair

Gary E. Furtado Amanda A. Garganese, Esq. ’09 David J. Hackett Julie Patalano Hamil ’94 Kevin Harrop Kimberly M. Janson ’87 Heather E. Luiz ’94 Sister Martha Mulligan, RSM ’57 Sister Marypatricia Murphy, RSM Lori A. Pezzullo ’87 Kenneth F. Poyton

President

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Marching for the Planet Bay View students join Global Climate Strike. With extreme heat and droughts threatening crops, communities and drinking water supplies around the world, climate change is more than just a topic of interest to Bay View students. On Friday, Sept. 20, 2019, almost a year before 32 lives were lost and millions of acres burned during California’s worst wildfire season, 31 Bay View students participated in the Global Climate Strike. Along with some 1,000 students from across Rhode Island, they marched through downtown Providence to urge government leaders to enact a Green New Deal to combat climate change. “I marched because I’m scared to bring kids into a world that is dying,” Greta Redleaf ’21 told reporters. “We needed to be there to show our support. Something needs to be done.” Sabrina Randall ’21 marched because she believes her generation should not accept the inevitability of climate change. “We can stop this from happening,” she says. “The future for politicians is 15 years, but we need something to get us through the next 50, 60 and 70 years. We don’t need temporary solutions.” Science teacher Jane LaVallee, moderator of the Environmental Club, notes that one of the five critical concerns of the Sisters of Mercy

Our students acknowledge

is caring for the environment. “Our students acknowledge they will

they will be inheriting a planet

be inheriting a planet that needs attention and they can make a

that needs attention and they

the experience.”

can make a difference. Jane LaVallee Science Teacher

difference,” LaVallee says. “They returned to school energized by

Sister Mary Pendergast, RSM, a leading state environmentalist, met students at the march. “I’m so impressed by Bay View students,” she notes. “They are so well rounded and grounded in Mercy values, and they were inspired by the hundreds of other students there. It was important for them to see that others care.”

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ACADEMIC SPOTLIGHT

A Virtual Success Bay View keeps COVID at bay. Over 20 community Zoom meetings were held to develop

It’s so rewarding to

the reopening plan, which included feedback from all

see that we have

parents along with a subgroup of physicians. In addition to masks, social distancing and sanitizing stations, handless

the support of

faucets and lights were installed. Learning pods keep

our teachers and

students together to minimize risk, desks are kept six feet

administrators.

apart and each grade has a separate door to enter and leave the school. Additional cleaning is done daily and,

Jadzia Jean ’22

weather permitting, classes and lunch are held outdoors. While Bay View isn’t immune to COVID-19, Snider notes that the handful of cases that have occurred were handled swiftly in coordination with the Rhode Island Department Kindergartners stay safe in school during their Valentine’s Day celebration.

of Health. “Everyone was notified, seating charts for classes and buses were reviewed, and decisions about who needed

Before COVID-19 locked down classrooms across the

to quarantine were made on a case-by-case basis,” she

country last March, Bay View began preparing for the worst.

adds. “Our parents, students and faculty have been terrific,

By Thanksgiving, only four cases were reported among

and I am confident our can-do spirit will last well into the

students, representing slightly less than one percent of

new year.”

the student body. “We knew this would be a school year unlike any other, and the entire community came together to protect our students,” says Mary Ann Snider, vice principal of academics and curriculum. “Being proactive definitely worked.” Faculty and administrators spent the summer designing the “You Choose” teaching model, allowing families to decide whether their daughters would attend classes in person, virtually or in a hybrid version of the two. Spearheaded by Sister Marybeth, Bay View’s detailed reopening plan included everything from expanding wireless bandwidth to purchasing cameras for classrooms so students could learn virtually. Technology platforms

BAY VIEW RECEIVES DIVERSITY AWARDS Computer science curriculum lauded by College Board. For the second consecutive year, Bay View has earned two College Board Advanced Placement (AP) Computer Science Female Diversity Awards for expanding young women’s access to AP computer science courses. Bay View is one of only 56 schools out of 1,119 to be recognized for achieving this important milestone in two courses – AP Computer Science A and AP Computer Science Principles. “This honor recognizes the outstanding work Bay View is doing to engage more female students in computer science,” says Colleen Gribbin, Middle and Upper Schools principal. “We believe a STEM education plays a critical role in fostering a lifelong relationship with learning, setting our young women on a path to success in a 21st-century workforce.”

Jadzia Jean ’22 is one of 15 students who will lead workshops on topics such as gender, identity and race.

Lift Up Your Voice New electives, workshops, promote equality and anti-racism. What makes the anti-racism workshops

Leading the committee is Claudia

“What impresses me most about these

being offered to freshmen this fall so

Traub, an anti-racist curriculum and

students is their ability to be brave,

different from other courses?

teaching coach who has been an

call out what needs to be changed,

educator for over 25 years. “I am

and do the hard work of creating

inspired and moved by the students’

learning modules,” says Mary Ann

articulate critical thinking around issues

Snider, vice principal for academics.

of race, gender and class,” she says.

“Thanks to them, two new upper-

“They are the kind of youth advocates

school electives will be offered this

we can all learn from as they lead their

fall: Global Resistance — Revolt

peers and teachers on the road to

for Equit y and Freedom, and

cultural competency and anti-racist

Multicultural Women’s Voices in

thinking and action.”

Contemporary Literature.”

Drawing from multiple resources used

“It’s so rewarding to see that we have

to combat racism in the classroom,

the support of our teachers and

the students are developing learning

administrators,” Jadzia adds. “They

modules for the workshops, which

want us to learn, feel comfortable and

they will present to teachers during

ensure that all our voices are heard.”

They will be taught by students serving on the Culture and Identity Curriculum Committee, formed by members of the Culture Club, MOSAIC and Students of Color Alliance after the brutal murder of George Floyd at the hands of police on May 25, 2020. Jadzia Jean ’22 is one of 15 students who will lead the workshops on gender, identity and race for freshmen.

were added to enhance instruction, students’ devices were

“We are exploring topics such as racism

upgraded, and family orientations supported the use of

and homophobia to help students

technology by younger students.

come to terms with their identity and

“Everything went virtual, from our open house to shared prayer services,” Snider adds. “We did everything we could to enhance safety.”

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realize it’s okay to be who they are,” Jadzia says. “We want every student to be represented and know they are

a series of professional development workshops.

accepted and welcome at Bay View.”

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MIDDLE SCHOOL SPOTLIGHT

Living the Mission The day before Thanksgiving break,

provide a safe space where students

when most students were getting

of color can meet and talk, and to help

ready for the long weekend, members

promote equality in the curriculum,”

Our goal is to be as

of the Students of Color Alliance

says SOCA co-founder Jia Weingard

(SOCA) joined club moderator Matt

’22. “We’re also recommending a

inclusive as we say

Daly, theology teacher, for their 3:30

course on diversity and hosting a book

p.m. virtual meeting. The COVID-19

drive for the Lower School to build

pandemic keeps the group from

up our existing library of materials

meeting face-to-face, but that doesn’t

celebrating diversity.”

discourage them from getting together virtually every other week.

Daly is pleased to see all grade levels

we are. Matt Daly Theology Teacher SOCA Club Moderator

working together toward a common

“Dedicated” is the word Daly uses to

goal. “Our Grade 9 students meet

describe the group, which was formed

upper-class women, and classmates

SOCA co-founder Neisa Barbosa ’22

over the summer in the wake of the

from Grades 11 and 12 serve as

agrees. “This is a growing movement

George Floyd killing at the hands of

mentors to younger students,” he

that started out as a simple idea,”

police. As people around the world

adds. “Our goal is to be as inclusive

she notes. “I believe the work we do

took to the streets to protest, virtual

as we say we are. We want all our

now will benefit students even after

town halls were held for the campus

students to graduate as empowered

we’ve graduated.”

community to gather and talk about

leaders, and that means more than

the events.

just reciting our mission statement;

“A survey was developed to gauge how

it means living it.”

Maggie Peterson ’25 wins second place in the National History Day Junior Individual Exhibit category for her project, “Eunice Kennedy Shriver: Opening Doors for the Disabled.”

Breaking Down Barriers Bay View students shine during National History Day competition.

well Bay View is doing when it comes

National History Day is an annual competition in which over

Among those chosen to represent Bay View at the state

to race relations,” Daly says. “The one

half a million middle and high school students participate.

level, Maggie Peterson ’25 impressed the judges and won

recommendation made again and

While the National History Day (NHD) association chooses

second place in the Junior Individual Exhibit category for

again was the need to create a group

the theme for each year’s focus, the project is entirely

her project, “Eunice Kennedy Shriver: Opening Doors for

where students of color could come

student-led in terms of topic choice, sources consulted

the Disabled.”

together in fellowship to talk about

and the final presentation medium, most commonly a

common concerns.”

display exhibit, documentary film, website or essay. NHD allows students to focus more closely on a topic of their

In response to the findings, SOCA

interest, think critically, analyze and engage with primary

was created along with a curriculum

sources and build confidence in their learning.

committee and a critical concerns

Maggie’s research focused on the life and legacy of Eunice Kennedy Shriver. Shriver’s desire to increase awareness and acceptability of people with disabilities was the main focus of Maggie’s research. She also highlighted Shriver’s establishment of the Special Olympics, legislative

committee to examine what more

The 2019-2020 NHD project theme was “Breaking

advancements relating to people with disabilities, modern

Bay View can do to promote the five

Barriers in History.” St. Mary Academy - Bay View’s

strides toward inclusion in the media and equal access to

critical concerns of the Sisters of

Grade 7 students began the project in October and

public structures.

Mercy: the environment, immigration,

worked diligently through the middle of February, when

nonviolence, race, and improving the

they presented their research to classmates. All projects

lives of women and children.

were judged by Upper School history teachers to determine

“Our goals are to create a learning environment free of prejudice, to

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which students would move on to the Rhode Island Neisa Barbosa ’22 and Sofia Vaca ’22 hold up baskets of books celebrating diversity during a book drive sponsored by SOCA.

State competition.

“Maggie’s project was extremely thoughtful, wellresearched and impactful,” says Amanda Albie, history and social sciences teacher. “She greatly deserved to receive recognition from the Rhode Island History Day judges for her work.”

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ATHLETICS HIGHLIGHT from coming home with the winning trophy, they took away many life lessons of courage and determination, forging bonds with students from all over the country.

A Season to Remember Virtual training takes over Bengal boats and basketball courts.

the Bengals get going When lockdowns across the country started, students, teams and coach-

Fast forward six months with few

es began training with virtual Zoom

changes to the sports world for the

workouts. “Patricia Bastia, the parent

Bengals, and basketball Head Coach

of Bay View graduate Paris Bastia ’19

Chris Keller was looking for ways to

and current student Liliana Bastia ’22,

keep his team engaged and working

held weekly Zoom yoga classes for the

hard toward the upcoming season. He

entire Bay View community, primarily

reached out to his former colleagues

focusing on Grade 6-12 students and

at USA Basketball and helped several

the entire faculty and staff,” Jennifer

members of the varsity team enroll in

explains. “When the season ended,

virtual-skill workouts with coaches and

Bay View celebrated with a virtual

players from across the U.S.

banquet to present awards to senior

One player even caught the eye of

COVID-19 may have kept the Bengal boats in dry dock, but it didn’t stop the rowing team from competing virtually and making it all the way to the Rowers Choice – U.S. Rowing Erg Championship.

When the going gets tough,

student athletes.”

USA Basketball organizers — Ahtiana

Thanks to the hard work of students,

Benway ’23 — who, Jennifer Wasson

coaches and administrators, Bay View

says, is among many talented student

continued to provide opportunities for

athletes playing at Bay View. “Going

the Bengals to compete while keep-

virtual gave coaches from across the

ing everyone safe. “If we discovered

country the chance to see Ahtiana in

anything from this pandemic it’s this:

action,” Jennifer says.“This could very

when things get tough, you have to

well open doors for her in the future.”

learn, adapt, grow and be flexible if you want to be successful,” Jennifer adds.

Lindsey Williams ’23 trains for a virtual erg competition.

In March of 2020, many Bay View stu-

The team was just taking shape when

opportunities. Before long, they found

dent athletes were wrapping up their

COVID-19 hit and the announcement

a virtual erg competition and reached

winter sports season and preparing for

came that every school in the nation

out to Coach Evans. The girls recruited

what would be a tremendous spring.

would move to remote virtual learning.

teammates Victoria Miller-Tuchon ’22

The nationally recognized crew pro-

The news brought uncertainty not only

and Lily Sarnowski ’22 and they were

gram spent a little more than eight

to the academic world but also to the

soon back on the ergs competing for

weeks training on the erg and prepar-

sporting world, and boats across the

a national title in the Rowers Choice

ing for a new era in Bay View rowing.

country remained in the racks until

— U.S. Rowing Erg Championship.

Last fall, Michelle Cavanagh ’86 started a Change.org petition, asking the Academy to consider naming its mascot Angell in honor of her classmate and friend, Sue Angell Malone ’86, who is battling pancreatic cancer.

Teams from all over the country en-

Lifelong friends, the two founded the Bay View Spirit Club together, and Sue led the charge to change the school’s mascot from the Blazer to the Bengal in 1986.

During the fall and winter, Head Coach Lisa Evans and Director of Athletics Jennifer Wasson worked diligently to transition the program from an 8’s to a 4’s, making the team even more competitive. New boats were acquired, along with a custom-built trailer to carry the Bengal boats and equipment to regattas.

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further guidance could be provided.

Bengals stare down lockdowns Lindsey Williams ’23 and Emma Leary ’22, two of Bay View’s top rowers, didn’t want the team’s hard work to be in vain, so they started researching new

A FIGHTING SPIRIT After 35 years, the Bay View Bengal has a new name.

tered and were classified based on

The Bay View Student Council unanimously voted to name the Bengal “Angell”, and a five-minute documentary, “A Bengal Gets Her Name,” was created to tell the story of the mascot and the friendship behind it.

grade levels. The bracket known to most as March Madness was now Rowers Choice. Each week, teams would erg specific workouts and submit times. Before the girls knew it, they had reached the championship. Although they were only seconds away

Sue Angell Malone ’86, Michelle Cavanagh ’86 and the Spirit Club introduce the Bengal as the new mascot.

Naming the mascot was Michelle’s way of celebrating the 35th anniversary of the Bengal and paying tribute to her dear friend. “Our sister Susan Angell Malone is a fighter,” said Michelle in the online petition. “Sue is a warrior who has fought stagefour pancreatic cancer for years like the Bengal she is. She exemplifies what it means to be a Bengal.”

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Class With Kash Meet Kash Cannon ’08, Boston Celtics senior coordinator of community engagement. The Boston Celtics have a rising star on their backcourt: Kash Cannon ’08. Now in her second year as senior coordinator of community engagement, she coaches the team’s junior league, mentoring thousands of inner-city kids and making sure they have a shot at success. The skills Coach Cannon instills in her students during clinics, classroom visits and the 200-plus community events she attends every year are based on the same values she sees in the star players with whom she works. “One trait these pros all have in common is they don’t skip steps,” Cannon says. “They do everything they can to succeed and be the best version of themselves.” What it boils down to is this, Cannon says: Doing things the right way, even if it’s the hard way, pays off. Somehow, she makes that look easy. The winner of the National Junior NBA Coach of the Year Award in 2018, Cannon tends to downplay her own success. Maybe that’s because for her, the sky’s the limit. “At five-foot eight inches tall, I didn’t get many rebounds,” she says about her basketball career at both Bay View and Northeastern University, where she majored in sociology, earned her master’s in informatics and is now two classes shy of her second master’s degree in sports leadership. “At that height, I’ve spent most of my basketball career looking up.”

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Kash Cannon ’08 hosts an event for youngsters in Hartford, Conn., as part of the Celtics’ Fit to Win health and fitness program, which engages some 250 youth from YMCAs in Connecticut, Maine and Massachusetts.

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It’s easy to see why her students look up to her. After

That dream has more than come true, a fact Cannon

Q. What was the first thing you did

Q. How did Bay View open doors for

Q. What advice do you have for

graduating from Bay View with offers for full scholarships

credits to hard work and her time at Bay View.

after receiving the National Junior

you and help you succeed?

students about to graduate?

from several colleges, Cannon picked Northeastern, where

NBA Coach of the Year Award in 2018?

A. Bay View offers a structured envi-

A. Don’t compare yourself to other

Brittany Wilson ’08, who is my best friend to this day,” she

A. I got to chat with Olympic gold

ronment that I thrived in. At first it was

people. Celtics Head Coach Brad Ste-

says. “The environment there was so inclusive that we were

basketball medalist Jennifer Azzi,

tough; in my junior year I transferred

vens said something I love: “Compete

like a family. Head Coach Haynes took us to visit colleges

which was pretty cool. She was

from Classical High School, missed

— don’t compare.” Healthy competition

and went out of his way to help us. He, Ms. Neal, Ms. Pate

one of the judges, so it was great to

my friends and had to adjust to a new

is great; it can motivate you to push

and Ms. Poppy are some of the people at Bay View that

speak with someone so accomplished

environment. Bay View offered me so

yourself to places you didn’t think you

really helped me grow as a person. I still keep in touch

and inspirational.

much support.

could go, but comparing will make you

someday,” she says. “I always wanted to go into sports and

Q. With all your accomplishments,

Q. Among other things, you grow

at your own pace and, as you walk

work with young people.”

how do you stay humble?

your own food. What other hobbies

your path, hold the door for those

do you enjoy?

behind you.

she was named a Division 1 All-Conference player and set a single school record for three-pointers while finishing in the top 50 nationally in three-point field percentage. She eclipsed the 1,000-point mark, a feat she also accomplished during her senior year at Bay View when the Bengals made it to the state championship. “At Bay View I already knew I wanted to be a head coach

“The highlight of my years at Bay View was playing with

with many of them every day.”

feel inadequate. Walk your own path

A. I always stay grounded in my passion and purpose. Recognition and

A. I love growing. It makes me feel

awards are nice, but they are just the

empowered, self-sufficient and con-

icing on the cake. The real reward is

nected to the land. When you plant a

making a difference in someone’s life.

seed in soil, watch a seedling sprout, nurture it and watch it grow and then

my own way.” What did you mean?

it’s really incredible. I also love cook-

A. Both society and the media tell us

ing and trying traditional and cultural

what we should, can and can’t do. If

recipes. I love being outdoors, playing

you hear it enough it can make you

flag football, mountain biking (not real

hold yourself back. As a black female I

mountains yet so maybe we can call

try not to let any external factors tell me

them hills), hanging out with friends,

who I can or cannot be. Just because

spending time with my family, listening

I haven’t seen another black woman

to music and reading a good book in

in a certain place doesn’t mean I can’t

my garden. I also have a four-year-old

be there. When I walk into a room and

dog named Beana, my most treasured

there’s nobody that looks like me, or

possession, who is named after Kobe

there isn’t another female, I try to be

Bean Bryant.

the best version of myself no matter

gion), an incredible person and athlete. She called me a few weeks ago to let me know how much she appreciated the time we spent together. That meant a lot to me. Q. What’s the best advice you’ve ever received?

what. This absolutely holds true for

A. “This too shall pass.” Whenever

Q. What is your teaching and

things aren’t going the way I want or

coaching philosophy?

I feel overwhelmed, I say to myself this is just a moment and it will pass.

at your own pace,

We need to remember to breathe,

and as you walk your

just breathe. That’s something I’m

path, hold the door for

Breathing helps me slow down, turns

those behind you.

off my thoughts and lets my mind and

Kash Cannon ’08

“As a black female, I try not to get in

you’ve ever received from a student?

of the best basketball players in the re-

Walk your own path

male-dominated career. You said,

produce all of this nutritious food –

Thai Davis (look out for her; she’s one

An avid gardener, Kash Cannon ’08 holds up a brussel sprout plant she harvested in her garden in Massachusetts.

it’s like being a woman in a largely

Q. What’s the greatest compliment

A. I trained a young woman named Kash Cannon ’08 hosts the unveiling of a new gym at Boston’s Thomas Edison School, renovated by the Celtics in September 2019. Gyms, STEM labs, studios and outdoor courts are refurbished by the team for schools and organizations throughout Massachusetts.

Q. A student once asked you what

constantly reminding myself to do.

body rest. I also take the time to be present and grateful.

A. When I’m working with my kids,

every female, black, white or brown. Readers are invited to visit Kash Cannon on LinkedIn.

I hide the vegetables in the sauce! I make up activities and drills that are fun, so they don’t realize they’re actually learning. I also take time to listen instead of talking at kids too much — discussions are always better than lectures.

Kindergarten students in Dorchester, Mass., are treated to a visit by Kash Cannon ’08, who visited the class during her lunch break to read a book.

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2020 COLLEGES

2020 College Matriculation List

American University

Justice Julesa A’Vant † Nicole Mary Baalbaki †* Rachel Celestina Bettencourt * Cecilia Marie Bianchi †* Meredith Elaine Bourque †* Emma Rose Broomfield Alexandra Lillian Buffi * Sofia Alicia Burdiel * Melina Lynn Cabral †* Jenna Noel Cassiere †* Lauren Elizabeth Cerullo * Natalia Anise Chantharangsy * Shuhan Chen * Haley Nicole Clement * Jessenia Lee Collazo * Emily Anne Conley †* Isabel Alho Cruz †* Caitlin Ann Cummings * Olivia Amelia DaCosta * Theresa Mary Der Manouelian †* Elise Angeline Dezotell †* Sofia Ana DiGregorio * Isabella Marie DiSalvo †* Lauren Alexandra DiSanto †* Lauren Grace Dohoney †* Kinzie Spotswood Fairman * Zoë Neve Ferreira †* Ryleigh Mills Fortin †* Sophia Marie Fraioli Juliana Maria Goncalves *

Boston University Bridgewater State University Bryn Mawr College Castleton University Clark University Clarkson University Clemson University College Of Holy Cross Community College Of Rhode Island Connecticut College Drexel University Embry Riddle Aeronautical University Co-valedictorians Nicole Baalbaki ’20, Ishita Rai’ 20 and President of Campus Ministry Cece Bianchi ’20

Emmanuel College Fairfield University Fashion Institute Of Technology

87 Strong

Georgetown University Hofstra University James Madison University Johnson And Wales University

The 87 members of the Class of 2020 celebrated commencement on

Lasell University

Sunday, June 7 in a ceremony as unprecedented as the school year itself.

Louisiana State University

Families cheered on graduates from their cars and, despite the unusual

New England Institute Of Technology

conditions, graduates were undaunted in their pride and enthusiasm for all they accomplished.

New York University Nova Southeastern University Pace University

“Bay View has given us the tools needed to be strong, independent women, but we are different from most people because of our Mercy background,” said Nicole Baalbaki ’20, co-valedictorian. “We are able to recognize injustice, be compassionate and live our faith.”

Providence College Quinnipiac University Rhode Island College Rochester Institute Of Technology

Hunter Elizabeth Grace * Hunter Lyn Grenier * Sokhna-Binta Gueye †* Melany Flory Guzmán * Teraesa Catherine Handren * Die Hu * Amy Angelina Hurst * Elayna Marie Jaques * Catherine Molly Jones †* Katie Elizabeth Kane * Natalie Ann Karneeb * Katherine Ellen Keating * Isabella Coletta Kopech †* Kasandra Rosely Kue-Rojas †* Kayla Marie Leandre Victoria Rose LeBlanc * Paige Lowney Maloney * Ashley Nicole Mariani †* Rylee Blair Marin †* Sophia Lynne Martin * Brooke Ann Mattos †* Caitlyn Paige McCarthy * Tiffany Grace McLoughlin †* Caroline Emily Michaud * Kristine Elizabeth Moore * Gabriella Sofia Moreira †* Ciara Amy Morency * Elizabeth Margaret Morris †* Hanna Belle Morrissette-Drowne * Zoha Muqudas †*

Elizabeth Renee Yi-Ying Ng * Daniella Olivares †* Lisa Romina Ortiz * Isabelle Lynn Palmisano * Grace Marie Pelletier * Jessica Diane Pezzullo †* Ava Marie Rabiner * Ishita Rai †* Megan Joyce Ranucci * Xiaohan Ren * Mackenzie Anne Rowlands * Chloe Joella Ruhan * Emma Jane Simas * Julia Lisa Smith †* Tiffany Amber Smith * Kyliegh Laurel Souza †* Elliana Jillian Spagnolo †* Gianna Kristen Spremullo * Rebecca Marie Vaillancourt * Berlinessa Vargas * Shafali Sabina Verma * Xici Wang * Cassandra Kelly Warr * Madelyn Elizabeth Weir †* Shengning Xu * Sihan Yang †* Sandy Zhou * † *

National Honor Society

Rhode Island Honor Society

Roger Williams University Rutgers University Sacred Heart University

Honors and Awards

St. Johns University

Every 2020 Bay View graduate is attending college, with 34 named to the National Honor Society and 85 to the Rhode Island Honor Society.

St. Leo University Salve Regina University Southern New Hampshire University

Graduates earned a total of $14,223,004 in merit scholarships, and the

Stonehill College

following received recognition for both academic excellence and their

Tulane University

contributions to the campus community:

UMass Amherst

Cecilia Marie Bianchi ’20

Paige Lowney Maloney ’20

UMass Lowell

Sister Marlene Laliberte Award

Mother Frances Xavier Warde Women of Courage Award

University Of Maryland

Ishita Rai ’20, co-valedictorian

University Of Rhode Island

Catherine McAuley Award

University Of Southern Maine

Lauren Alexandra DiSanto ’20 Sister Maureen McElroy Award

Sokhna-Binta Gueye ’20 Sister Mary Edward Walsh Award

Kasandra Rosely Kue-Rojas ’20 Sister Mary Bernard McCann Award

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UMass Boston

University Of Michigan University Of New England

University Of Tampa

Julia Lisa Smith ’20

University Of Vermont

Sister Marie Andre Guay Award

University Of Washington Virginia Wesleyan University Western New England University

Pictures of the graduates decorated the lawn in front of the stage, while some families like Ava Rabiner ’20 ‘s decorated their cars, from where they watched the ceremony.

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| ALUMNAE | Jennifer McGee ’82 writes, “I’m so happy to be back in Rhode Island after 20 years in Washington D.C., and to reconnect with my Bay View family.

The book is available on Amazon and at Barnes & Noble.

2017. Meghan is an occupational therapist for Learning Without Tears. She travels nationally to train teachers, parents and therapists about this award-winning curriculum.

Anne-Marie Roque Smith ’82 is married with six children, ranging in age from 15 to 27, and is living in Rochester, N.Y. “My oldest daughter was recently married in a family-only celebration during COVID,” she writes. “We’re hoping to pull off our June 2021 wedding celebration, where we can host all our friends and family. Still best friends with Ann Tracey Hunnewell ’82.”

Class Notes

Kara Marziali ‘86 and new children’s book about Kara Koala.

1960s

1970s

Mary Fogarty McAndrew ’66 received the Gordon and Llura Gund Leadership Award from Research America in March 2020. In May 2018, she celebrated the 50th anniversary of the National Institutes of Health Fogarty International Center, named for her father, the late Congressman John E. Fogarty. In attendance was Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation’s director of allergy and infectious diseases.

Cheryl DeCristofaro ’70 is working as a professional real estate photographer and FAA-certified drone pilot. The owner of Housescape Photography in Asheville, N.C., Cheryl specializes in residential, commercial and aerial photography. Now semiretired after a career as a consultant and corporate instructional designer, Cheryl received her master’s of education degree in instructional design from UMass Boston and her MBA from Simmons College.

Patricia DiMeglio Cioe ’76 was selected as the 2019 Nurse Researcher of the Year by the Rhode Island State Nurses Association and Rhode Island Monthly magazine. Dr. Cioe received her Ph.D. in nursing in 2012 from the University of Massachusetts Medical School in Worcester, Mass. She serves on the faculty of the Brown University School of Public Health in the Department of Behavioral and Social Sciences.

Best friends Ann Tracey Hunnewell ’82 and Anne-Marie Roque Smith ’82.

Michaelle Mozzoni Starr ’82 has three children and three grandchildren. After graduating, her family moved to North Carolina. She was married in 1984 to her husband David. Kristen Kennedy ’86 is working at Facebook, where she specializes in news and integrity, after working at Microsoft for 13 years.

Mary Fogarty McAndrew ’66 joins Dr. Anthony Fauci during the 50th anniversary celebration of the Fogarty International Center at the National Institutes of Health.

Cheryl DeCristofaro ’70 is the owner of Housescape Photography.

Dr. Patricia Cioe ’76 is the 2019 Nurse Researcher of the Year.

Victoria M. Almeida, Esq ’69 was featured in the November/December 2019 issue of the Rhode Island Bar Journal. Her firstperson account of her life’s journey to become an attorney was part of a series featuring Rhode Island’s female lawyers, past, present and future. The recipient of numerous awards, including the Victim Service Award, Victoria is a shareholder and co-chair of the government relations practice group at Adler Pollock & Sheehan.

Kathleen Hardiman ’70 passed away on November 16, 2020 and was honored by her family and friends on November 20, 2020. She was 68.

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Kathleen Marra ’72 is stepping down as chairperson of the Maine Democratic Party and a Democratic National Committee member because she is moving back to Rhode Island.

Maria Petronio McAfee ’82 received her bachelor’s degree from Wheelock College and her master’s degree from Columbia University Teachers College. She was married in 1996 and is the proud mother of two Bay View graduates: Bianca ’15 and Angelica ’18.

Nancy Moniz Kenyon Richardson ’86 recently completed all the coursework for her Ph.D. in psychology with a specialization in addiction psychology. She completed her dissertation for publication at the end of 2020. Kara Marziali ’86 has published a children’s book, “Kara Koala and Her Kaleidoscope of Feelings,” about a sensitive koala bear trying to navigate her emotions. Children will identify with Kara Koala as she explores a kaleidoscope of feelings. This delightful story encourages readers to accept the myriad emotions we all experience, develop empathy, increase self-awareness and recognize that sometimes it’s necessary to talk to someone about our feelings.

Dr. Kimberly Janson ’87 received her Ph.D. in business from Northcentral University. She will be publishing two books in 2021, and is the author of “Demystifying Talent Management.” She resides in Berkley, Mass., where she also runs a successful show-jumping stable with her husband Mike, her son Michael and her daughter Hannah ‘16. Gianna Savoie ’87 has moved to New Zealand with her husband Kipp after landing a tenure-track faculty position as director of filmmaking for the Centre for Science Communication at the University of Otago in Dunedin. Erin Geremia Woodside ’88 was married to Gil Woodside in 2017. In July 2019, she was promoted to vice president of sales at KKM, LLC. Nicole Choiniere-Kroeker ’89 is the winner of the Connecticut Association of School Librarians’ Follett Creativity Award for 2020.

1990s Bethany D’Amico Stutts ’92 is retiring after 29 years with Safeco/Liberty Mutual. She is looking forward to running the shop she opened with her daughter and playing with her grandsons.

Meghan Brown Fisher ’96 and her daughter, Lily Rose.

Susan Coppa-Collins ’97 lives in North Kingstown, R.I., with her husband Dave. They have one son, David, who is a graduate of the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy and an ensign in the Navy. Alex Davidowicz Logan ’99 married James Logan on August 22, 2020.

2000s Courtney Teoli Murray ’00 and her husband Dan joyfully welcomed their first child, a baby boy, unexpectedly early on August 26, 2020. Callan William Murray was born almost 13 weeks early and weighed only 1 lb., 6 oz. at birth. “He is a true miracle and growing and thriving every day,” Courtney writes. Dr. Amy Zapatka Cedin ’01 successfully completed her doctoral degree in educational leadership and graduated from Johnson and Wales University on May 1, 2020. She and her husband Joakim welcomed their daughter, Juliet Ann Cedin, to the world on August 6, 2020. Emily Colgan ’01 married her college sweetheart in January 2020. “We live with our dog and cat in upstate New York, where we just bought our first house,” Emily writes.

Meghan Brown Fisher ’96 and her husband, Jeff, welcomed their miracle baby, a daughter, Lily Rose, on November 21,

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| ALUMNAE | Cindy E. Salazar Burke, Esq. ’02 returned to Bay View on Mercy Day September 24, 2019 to speak to Middle and Upper School students and participate in a follow-up panel discussion with four members of a family from Honduras seeking asylum in the U.S. Cindy is an immigration, international and family lawyer who has assisted families at the Texas border. “I feel so proud to be an alumna, so proud of the educational experience the girls receive here, and I am eternally grateful to the adults who shaped me today,” Cindy says. Cindy has opened a solo law practice in Attleboro, Mass.

DANCING ALL THE WAY TO BROADWAY

The Bay View alumna grew up dancing in Rhode Island, where she trained and competed for 15 years. After graduation, she decided to pursue a career in the arts and moved to New York City to attend the prestigious Pace University Commercial Dance Program, where she received her BFA in commercial dance. Olivia has also been seen in television shows, music videos, commercials and live shows, and she is excited to see where her love for the stage and performing brings her this year. While the bright lights of Broadway are calling her, Olivia says Bay View will always hold a special place in her heart. “During my time at Bay View, while I was training heavily as a competitive dancer, I worked really hard to maintain a balance of excelling in my academics and spent almost all of my free time dancing,” she adds. “Bay View was a home for me like no other.”

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Benjamin Lamore Landseadel

Attorney Cindy Salazar Burke ’02

Erin Reynolds ’02 was a speaker at the Los Angeles 2019 TEDxGrandPark event. There, she gave a TED talk that shares her passion and enthusiasm for the power that video games have to positively influence individuals and society. She even gave a shout-out to some advice she received at Bay View that changed the course of her career for the better. “The advice was from Sister Paulette, who said, ‘Find what fires you up and make that your purpose,’” Erin says. “Reflecting on that advice, years later, sparked the pivot in my career to focus on making video games that help people and the world.”

is 20 months older. The LeFew family has lived in Aiken, S.C., since April 2019.

Alexandra Goldberg Kavanagh ’06 is married at Bay View.

Dr. Katharine Sedivy-Haley ’08 defended her Ph.D. in microbiology and immunology in April 2020 and is working in a science policy position in Ottawa.

Eloise Hodge ’07 welcomed her baby Axel on August 30, 2020.

Lauren Laboissonniere ’09 and her husband Edmund Norris welcomed their son, Oliver Patrick Norris, on July 16, 2020.

Brenna Saucier ’07 works for the philanthropic arm of the Washington Nationals and had a wild ride in 2019, ending with the team winning the World Series. She was personally able to set a new fundraising record in D.C. sports and was instrumental in helping to pass legislation related to charitable gaming.

2010s Dr. Katharine Sedivy-Haley ’08

Katherine Kazarian ’08 was elected as the Majority Whip in the Rhode Island House of Representatives, the third highest position in the House leadership structure. This makes her the highest-ranking woman in the House.

Alexa Brynes ’11 owns and operates an environmental remediation and demolition company, Atlantic Abatement Corporation. Brenna Saucier ’07 works for the Washington Nationals, winner of the 2019 World Series.

Gina Caramadre ’08 started her own business in October 2018 called ETERNAL, LLC - crafting moments into memories by preserving flowers. Her work has been profiled in three local magazines.

Katherine Kazarian ’08 is Rhode Island’s House Majority Whip.

Kaitlyn Hall ’09 is engaged to her fiancé, Patrick, and the couple will be married next spring.

Emily Kaczmarek ’08 has moved to Los Angeles after 12 years in New York City. She works as a playwright, librettist and TV writer/producer and, as a passionate Bay View Player, she still sings whenever possible. Shannon Grace ‘06 is joined at her wedding by her sisters, maid of honor Meredith Grace ’10 and matron of honor Madeleine ‘08 (center), who attended remotely from Scotland.

Christine Antonelli ’11 is currently working on her master’s degree in advanced counterterrorism at Southern New Hampshire University, and has opened her own jewelry supply business called 7 Cats and Counting. Emily Barkan ’11 is engaged and living with her fiancé in Newport.

Ashley Salvati ’05 and Solomon Miller were married in Palm Beach, Fla., on November 8, 2019. The couple now lives in Austin, Texas. Ashley’s sister, Samantha ’07, was maid of honor at the intimate ceremony. Shannon Grace ’06 married Zach Goodheart on September 24, 2020 in a Catholic ceremony at St. Mary’s Church in Bristol, R.I. Her sister Meredith ’10 was her maid of honor and her sister Madeleine ’08 was her matron of honor remotely from Scotland.

Lauren Laboissonniere ’09 and her husband welcome Oliver to the world.

Ali Otterbein ’09 welcomed twins on January 22, 2020.

Valerie Tobia ’03, her husband and Finnley Jean.

Erin Reynolds ’02 leads a TED talk.

Ashley Ferranti ’03 is the foster/adoptive mom of three little girls and the new principal of Calcutt Middle School in Central Falls, R.I.

Alexandra Goldberg Kavanagh ’06 was married on August 23, 2019 at St. Mary Academy Bay View. Alex currently serves as a member of the advancement team at the Academy.

Finn happily joins the family of Lauren Bennett Lefew ’08.

Valerie Tobia ’03 is starting her fourth year as director of counseling and health services at Wheaton College in Norton, Mass. On April 15, 2020, she and her husband, Isaac Breton, welcomed their first child, Finnley Jean.

Bay View’s own Olivia Cece ’13 has made big moves since her time at the Academy. The actress, dancer and performer recently returned from the first “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” Broadway national tour, where she played Veruca Salt and danced in the ensemble. “The day I received the call from my agent that I had booked the national tour of ‘Charlie and The Chocolate Factory Broadway’ I was beyond ecstatic,” Olivia says. “My mother happened to be visiting me in New York City that weekend, and it was so special to share that moment with her.”

Katie Lamore Landseadel ’03 writes, “We welcomed our precious baby boy, Benjamin Lamore Landseadel, on August 26, 2020!”

Lauren Bennett Lefew ’08 and her husband Witt welcomed their son Finn on September 9, 2020. Finn joins his sister Abby, who

Amanda Grattan ’11 received her master’s degree in filmmaking from The London Film School in England in 2018. She currently serves as a member of the advancement team at the Academy. Marissa Kavanagh ’11 welcomed her daughter Cora Cynthia on August 9, 2019. Hayley Pereira Kovacs ’11 was married to Zoli Kovacs at City Hall in New York City on August 30, 2019. The couple welcomed their son Quinn Zoltan Kovacs on November 17, 2020. Jami Longo ’11 will graduate from medical school at New York Medical College in May 2021 and will be specializing in pediatrics.

Kaitlyn Hall ’09 and her fiancé, Patrick.

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| ALUMNAE | Stephanie Correia Luca ’11 married John Luca on October 19, 2019. Jenna Mangiarelli ’11 is a project coordinator/transgenic embryologist at Novartis.

| ALUMNAE | Jamie Pawlitschek Stephens ’12 and Joshua Stephens were married in Beechgrove, Tenn., on July 31, 2020. The couple lives in Nashville.

Chiara Ponko ’13 is currently pursuing her doctorate in audiology at East Carolina University.

ALUMNA SPOTLIGHT

Kelsey Leonard Sanders ’13 was married in 2018 and celebrated the birth of her first child, a girl, in 2020.

Ashley Verduci Medeiros ’11 married Justin Medeiros on July 27, 2019.

There are

Mariana Tzitzouris ’13 is pursuing her master of science degree in the marketing intelligence accelerated program at Fordham University, and is expected to graduate in August 2021.

Anne Conley Topazio ’11 married Michael Topazio on November 3, 2019. The couple lives in Warren, R.I. Anne’s sister Christina ’16 was maid of honor at the ceremony.

no boundaries on what you can accomplish here.

Joshua and Jamie Stephens ’12

Natalie Silva Fernandes ’13 graduated from Wheaton College with a bachelor’s degree in psychology and is currently pursuing a bachelor’s degree in nursing.

Michael and Anne Conley Topazio ’11

Kara Coraccio ’12 graduated from Brandeis University in 2020 with a master’s degree in neuroscience and is the senior clinical research coordinator in pediatric neurooncology at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston.

Dr. Kimberly Grattan ’13 received her doctor of pharmacy degree from the University of Rhode Island in May 2019.

Autumn Houghton ’14 received her master’s degree in Roman history and archeology from the University of Kent in Canterbury, England in November 2019. Autumn is also a 2018 graduate of Salve Regina University, where she majored in anthropology and cultural and historic preservation.

Dr. Bianca Kohler ’13 received her doctor of pharmacy degree from the University of Rhode Island in May 2019. She graduated as valedictorian of her class.

Ishita Rai ’20

National Merit Scholar Ishita Rai ’20 is on the pre-med track at Boston University.

Ishita Rai ’20 Is Well on Her Way Autumn Houghton ’14 receives her master’s.

Ishita Rai ’20 has plenty to be excited

works with a clinic in Ghana to provide

health care inequality, especially in

about. A freshman at Boston University,

eye care to those in need.

relation to COVID-19. This spring,

she is on the pre-med track, majoring in human physiology and minoring

AND THE AWARDS GO TO...

in statistics.

17 Bay View students receive Scholastic Art Awards. The Rhode Island Art Education Association honored 17 Bay View students with 22 prestigious Scholastic Art Awards, the most of any school in Rhode Island, during a ceremony on Jan. 19, 2020 at Rhode Island College. Competitors exhibited in a wide range of mediums, from ceramics, drawing and jewelry-making to digital art, painting and sculpture.

During her career at Bay View, Ishita was published as first author in the medical journal Surgical Infections,

I plan to pursue further research and explore the medical field to a greater extent.”

A recipient of the prestigious National

received the Harvard Book Award,

Joined by her fellow class valedictorian

Merit Scholarship and one of only 161

won Best in Fair in the Rhode Island

Nicole Baalbaki ’20, Ishita addressed

students nationwide to be named a U.S.

Science and Engineering Fair, and

her classmates during Bay View’s com-

Presidential Scholar, Ishita graduated

served as president of the National

mencement on June 7, 2020. Dur-

as co-valedictorian of her class.

Honor Society. She was also a member

ing the ceremony, Ishita received the

of both the Mu Alpha Theta and Rho

Catherine McAuley Woman of the Year

Kappa honor societies and the National

Award, the most prestigious award

English Honor Society.

given to a graduating senior.

curriculars like Student Council, Bay

Of those winners, six students — Lia Gallagher ’23, Katherine Keating ’20, Sophia Martin ’20, Veronica Nelson ’24, Greta Redleaf ’21, and Lindsey Williams ’23 — were awarded Gold Keys and advanced to the national competition. Several students received two awards and Katherine Keating ’20 received three, finishing as a Gold Key winner in printmaking.

“There are no boundaries on what

COVID-19 has placed many restrictions

“Each of us has the potential to achieve

View provided me with the platform

on college life, but it hasn’t slowed

greatness,” Ishita said during her vale-

Sophia Martin ’20 and Lindsey Williams ’23 were awarded Scholastic Art & Writing Awards in the national competition. This prestigious distinction places them in the ranks of such notable Scholastic Art Award-winning alumni as Stephen King, Joyce Carol Oates, Tschabalala Self, Kay WalkingStick, Andy Warhol and Charles White — all of whom won medals when they were teens.

to explore my interests.”

Ishita down in the least. “I’m on cam-

dictory address. “Bay View’s Class of

pus, attending hybrid classes and im-

2020 will not be remembered for our

mersing myself in the city campus

grades or popularity. Rather, we will be

life,” she says. “I’ve joined initiatives

remembered for our unequaled spirit,

such as Project Sunshine, where I’m

our resilience and our positive outlook

remotely engaging with pediatric pa-

during these unpredictable times. Most

tients, and Global Health Brigades,

importantly, we will be remembered

where I’m actively addressing global

for how we make people feel.”

Editor’s Note: To see some of the winning students’ artwork, turn to the giving report in the final pages of this magazine.

you can accomplish here,” Ishita says. “From my interest in anatomy to extra-

As a freshman, Ishita quickly established herself as a distinguished student. Active on the Ambassadors Sophia Martin ’20, Gold Key, Digital Art

Club, Math Team, Student Council and the Track and Field Team, she also launched the Vision Club, a Harvard University-sponsored nonprofit that

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| GIVING |

Bay View: Strong for the Next 150 Years St. Mary Academy — Bay View was founded in 1874 by the Sisters of Mercy for the purpose of educating young women. Our focus on single-sex education is rooted in the belief of Catherine McAuley, foundress of the Sisters of Mercy, that “there is nothing more conducive to the good of society than the education of young women.” Today, Bay View is more important than ever. This is a pivotal moment for the Academy. In 2020-2021, we are pursuing a strategic initiative to: • Increase enrollment

HOW PHILANTHROPY FUNDS A BAY VIEW EDUCATION In 2020 – 2021, Bay View has a budget of $8.2 million, of which tuition is just a part. The generosity of our community helps us continue to educate and empower young women. Over time, Bay View seeks to right-size its philanthropy so that it contributes 13% – 15% of the Academy’s annual operating budget, which aligns with industry standards

• Continue to innovate in the areas of curriculum and technology • Grow philanthropy to ensure sustainability now and into the future

Increasing Enrollment Like many national and local Catholic schools, our Academy has experienced declining enrollment. And, the

REVENUE

demographics of our area point to a continued decline in school enrollment overall.

A donor has made a generous commitment to St. Mary Academy – Bay

But we believe Bay View has something special to offer. We have a plan to increase enrollment to 545 by 2024,

View and has challenged us to match her gift. This year, we are challenged

while continuing to ensure that Bay View is accessible to a diverse student body. A student body of this size will

to raise $1.5 million to fulfill her match. As of January 2021, Bay View had

allow Bay View to continue to offer small class sizes, maintain its student-to-teacher ratio, and offer more than $1

received more than $1.1 million in gifts and pledges towards its goal!

million in financial aid annually. The increased tuition revenue that will result from increasing enrollment, combined with philanthropy, will sustain Bay View into the future.

Growing Philanthropy In order to continue to empower each student to be a confident, independent, compassionate, and socially conscious young woman, St. Mary Academy — Bay View must elevate our culture of philanthropy. Funds from the strategic initiative will enable Bay View to: • Retain an esteemed and energized faculty • Attract high-achieving students and expand academic programs

Academic Excellence Tuition and Fees Endowment Diocesan Tuition Assistance

Bay View Fund Annual Giving

St. Mary Academy — Bay View is in the midst of an academic transformation. Sister Marybeth recently appointed

Other Income

Mary Ann Snider as the Vice Principal of Academics and Curriculum to ensure that the Academy continues to design and deliver a dynamic, innovative, and interdisciplinary learning experience for all students. • An Inherent Sense of Self | Our Lower School curriculum is defined by joyful learning and building strong foun-

EXPENSES

dations. Students use Project Based Learning to explore topics that interest them and learn about the Mercy

• Respond to the requirements of providing a quality education during

Critical Concerns by becoming caring members of their home and school community. • Widening Horizons | Students in our Middle School focus on self-discovery throughout the learning process.

COVID-19 • Provide more than $1 million in financial support for students

Integrated curriculum across literature, history, and religion builds knowledge about the world while examining

• Maintain cutting-edge technologies

how themes of justice, empathy, and equity have shaped it. Math captures girls’ attention by focusing on how it

• Support campus and cultural activities, including the arts and athletics

is relevant in their lives. Girls are encouraged to use their voices in class, in their community, and in the world as they become confident and curious learners.

The success of this strategic initiative will be a true community effort.

• Ready for the Real World | Students in our Upper School find their place in the world as students and citizens.

Through our monthly e-newsletter, View from the Bay, and other exciting programs, we will provide more opportunities for alumnae, parents, grandparents, and other community members to participate in the life of Bay View, even in times where social distancing is required. We hope you will join us.

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Instructional & Student Services

Athletics

General Administration

Campus Buildings and Grounds

ity for their own learning, and advocate for themselves. Bay View women are brave and have a strong sense of responsibility for issues of equity, justice, and the earth. Our Upper School curricula tackle these issues while preparing students for their future.

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| GIVING |

2019–2020 Giving Report Thank you to all who philanthropically supported the Academy! The following list represents donors who made gifts to Bay View between July 1, 2019 and June 30, 2020. We constantly strive for accuracy. If we have erred, please accept our apologies and contact us at advancement@bayviewacademy.org so we may correct our records and apologize personally.

Donors By Category * = deceased

PRESIDENT’S SOCIETY $50,000 & above Mrs. Barbara Papitto The Papitto Foundation Mrs. Joan Marcoullier Regan ’67 and Mr. John Regan

FOUNDER SOCIETY $10,000 - $49,999 Ms. Alicia Cooney ’70 George and Mary Kremer Foundation Mrs. Julie Patalano Hamil, Esq. ’94 Dr. Kimberly Hill Janson, Ph.D. ’87 and Mr. Michael Janson Mercy Education System of the Americas Ms. Jo Ann Newth Sell ’66 Sisters of Mercy Northeast Mrs. Catherine Splaine Sousa ’80 and Mr. Louis Sousa The Victoria Sousa Foundation United Way

PRINCIPAL SOCIETY $5,000 - $9,999 Ms. Michelle Beauregard ’00 Benevity Mr. and Mrs. William H. Blais Mr. Paul Lebowitz Ms. Jamie Manville Mrs. Maureen Miller, LPN and Mr. William Miller Mrs. Susan Cooney Murphy ’67 and Mr. James Murphy, Esq. Mrs. Kimberly O’Connell and Mr. Jeremiah O’Connell

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Mrs. Kathleen O’Neill Oliverio ’77 and Mr. Matthew Oliverio, Esq. RI Foundation Mrs. Gina TognoniChiarello ’92

BENEFACTOR SOCIETY $2,500 - $4,999 Mr. Dennis Brennan Mr. James Clancy Ms. Barbara Fox ’80 Mr. Kevin Harrop and Mrs. Karen Harrop Janson Associates Mrs. Sandra Ferranti Korn ’66 Mrs. Maria Cornachione Kula, Ph.D. and Mr. Miroslaw Kula Mrs. Kathleen B. Lee and Mr. Michael A. Lee Ms. Kathleen Marra ’72 Ms. Elizabeth Murray Narragansett Boat Club Ms. Lisa DosAnjos Pariseault ’96 Pride Hyundai of Seekonk Ms. Piya Sarawgi and Mr. Sarosh Fenn Schwab Charitable Mrs. Joan Wernig Sorensen ’68 and Mr. E. Paul Sorensen Ms. Pamela Vierling Ms. Betty Wasson*

ACADEMY CLUB $1,000 - $2,499 Anonymous (2) Dr. Denise Arcand ’89 Mrs. Elizabeth Armstrong and Mr. Robert Armstrong Mrs. Barbara Gribbin Bachand and Mr. Marc Bachand

Mrs. Regina Germershausen Bell ’78 and Mr. Richard Bell Mr. Joseph Beretta Mrs. Courtney Chambers Bianchi and Mr. Gil Bianchi, Jr. Bianchi & Brouillard, P.C. Mr. William Bonardi and Mrs. Dorothy Bonardi Mrs. Katherine Ross Bosch and Mr. Douglas Bosch C.A.S.IT, Inc. Ms. Pamela Chin Cleantech Services, Inc. Ms. Mary Connolly Mrs. Lori Corelli and Mr. David Corelli Ms. Alison Croke ’90 Ms. Olivia Culpo ’10 Ms. Patricia Davis ’66 Ms. Elizabeth Demers ’99 Mrs. Ann Marie Cavalieri Donnelly and Mr. Peter Donnelly Donnelly’s, Inc. of RI Lieutenant Colonel Justine Dufault ’98 Mrs. Mary Ann Ferreira Federico and Mr. Richard Federico Fidelity Foundation Mrs. Cynthia Gagnon and Mr. Ronald Gagnon Ms. Emily Gilcreast ’99 The Honorable Maureen McKenna Goldberg ’69 Greenwood Credit Union Mr. David Hackett Mrs. Fiona Hanlon and Mr. Paul Hanlon Hinckley Allen The Honorable Bernard Jackvony Dr. Janice Kando, MD ’77

Mrs. Alexandra Goldberg Kavanagh ’06 and Mr. Matthew Kavanagh Mrs. Elizabeth Kilmartin Ms. Therese Langlois ’81 Mrs. Barbara O’Garr Lewis and Mr. Warren Lewis Ms. Aubrey Lombardo ’99 Ms. Heather Luiz ’94 Mr. Mark Mariani Ms. Mary Bailey Marran Mr. Kenneth Martin and Mrs. Mary Marchand Martin Mrs. Tracey Martin and Mr. Christopher Martin Ms. Jessica Massey ’96 Ms. Judith Brown McMahon ’57 Ms. Alexandra Miga ’09 Mr. Richard Miga, Jr. Ms. Samantha Miga ’11 Navigant Credit Union Ms. Barbara O’Connell Mr. Brian O’Connell Mr. Jason O’Connell Mr. Michael O’Connell and Mrs. Brooke O’Connell Mrs. Cecilia Pate Mr. Kenneth Poyton and Mrs. Colleen Poyton Ms. Kathleen Gribbin Raposo Mrs. Patricia Saracino and Mr. Steven Saracino Mr. Joseph Sarnowski Mrs. Eileen Brosnihan Schoen ’46 Ms. Nancy Cassidy Schreck and Mr. Jeffrey Schreck Ms. Ann Sloan ’53 Ms. Carolyn Smith Mrs. Mary Ann Snider Stop & Shop Supermarket Ms. Anna Sylvester ’51 Mr. Louis Vele

Mrs. Maureen O’Brien Viall ’62 and Colonel Charles Viall, Jr. Ms. Elizabeth Silva Vieira Dr. Catherine Vieira-Baker, Ph.D. ’80 and Mr. Frank Vieira-Baker, Jr. Ms. Jennifer Wasson Mrs. Karen Beauvais Wilkens ’64 and Mr. Joseph Wilkens Ms. Susan Wyatt ’73

MERCY CLUB $500 - $999 Advocacy Solutions Mrs. Tara Bongiorni Ajello ’91 Mrs. Claire D’Alesandre Atwell ’93 Ms. Mary Patricia Azevedo ’70 Mrs. Cathy Pezzullo Baker ’96 Mrs. Wanda Barrows and Mr. Emanuel Barrows Sister Marybeth Beretta, RSM Mr. Oliver Brady and Mrs. Y. Sabrina Brady Dr. Karen Bigos Brennan ’70 and Mr. Thomas Brennan Mrs. Jamie Curci Carter ’88 and Mr. Jay Carter Mrs. Nicole ChoiniereKroeker ’89 and Mr. Jim Kroeker Dr. Lin Chou and Dr. Alfred Chou Ms. Irene Cipolla ’02 Citizens Bank Mrs. Kathleen O’Donnell Clair and Mr. Stephen Clair, Sr. Mrs. Gertrude St. Jacques Connolly ’56 and Mr. Edward Connolly Mr. Peter Costa and Mrs. Sandra Costa Mrs. Margaret Cahill Cummings Mrs. Sandra Puerini Del Sesto ’62 and Mr. Richard Del Sesto Mr. Jeremy Dias Dr. Christy Dibble and Dr. Thomas Lanna

Mrs. Gina Monaco DiGregorio ’86 and Mr. Pasquale DiGregorio Mrs. Claire Weiland Dolan and Mr. Matthew Dolan Mrs. Fang Dong and Mr. Wei Dong Mrs. Kerri Cronan Dowdell ’89 Dugan Custom Jewelers Mrs. Jeannine Brisson Dugas ’83 Mrs. Donna DeMarco Egan and Mr. Daniel Egan Mrs. Barbara Ferraro and Mr. Christopher Ferraro Mrs. Jean Miley Ferry ’74 and Mr. Edward Ferry Ms. Genevieve Foley, RN ’62 Mrs. Marie Campagna Franklin ’71 Mr. John Garofano and Mrs. Monika Borbely Garofano Ms. Nancy Lee Giordano Ms. Judith Dow Grant ’64 Mrs. Beverly Gribbin and Mr. Daniel Gribbin Ms. Colleen Gribbin Mrs. Therese Sevigny Griffin ’45 Ms. Erin Hanna ’98 and Mr. Khushal Safi Mr. George Herker Herker Building and Lawn Maintenance, Inc Mr. John Jackson Mrs. Marchelle JacquesYarde ’00 Mrs. Christine Kavanagh Mrs. Kathleen Kazen and Mr. George Kazen The Honorable Erika Kruse-Weller, Esq. ’89 Mrs. Melissa LeBlanc and Mr. Marc LeBlanc Ms. Hannah Lee ’13 Mrs. Melonie Miller Luiz and Mr. Jeffrey Luiz Ms. Kristen Lynch Mrs. Dana Cunningham Maciel ’84 and Mr. Glenn Maciel Mrs. Cheryl ManuppelliKinch ’93 Ms. Victoria Marks ’08

Ava Rabiner ’20, Honorable Mention, Art Portfolio

Caitlyn McCarthy ’20, Silver Key, Drawing and Illustration

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| GIVING | MERCY CLUB $500 - $999 cont. Mrs. Linda Szeliga McCabe ’60 Mrs. Virginia Wayland McCoy ’57 Mrs. Anne Turner McMahon and Mr. Francis X. McMahon Mrs. Mary McMahon ’73 Ms. Lucille Medeiros ’87 Ms. Karen Mellor Dr. Amber Messitt and Dr. Timothy Messitt Mrs. Pasqualina Messore and Mr. Eugenio Messore Mrs. Joyce Cicerchia Monaco and Mr. Alfred Monaco Mrs. Mary Beth Bucklad Mooney ’84 Sister Marypatricia Murphy, RSM Neighborhood Health Plan of Rhode Island Mrs. Amy Ng and Dr. Thomas Ng Mrs. Laura Haggerty Nyman and Mr. Eric Nyman Mrs. Marguerite Marsella Odeh ’64 Mrs. Barbara Deitzel Parisella Mr. Michael Patalano and Mrs. Karen Patalano Perry McStay Funeral Home Mrs. Helen Petrarca and Mr. Frank Petrarca Mr. William Poland III ReFocus, Inc.

| GIVING | Mrs. Karen Roll Richards and Mr. Jeffrey Richards Mrs. Nina Ramos Rose ’98 Mrs. Dorothy Schofield and Mr. Fred Schofield Ms. Kathryn Lamothe Sinniger ’91 Mr. John Smith Mr. Stephen Socha Mrs. Ellen McKee Staebler ’88 and Dr. Michael Staebler Mrs. Susan Trautman and Mr. William Trautman Mrs. Dina Ucci and The Honorable Stephen Ucci Mrs. Valerie Albert-Weingard and Mr. Paul Weingard Windmill Associates, Inc. Dr. Jeanne Ziter and Dr. David Bourassa

ST. JOSEPH CLUB $250 - $499 Anonymous (4) AmazonSmile Amica Mutual Insurance Company Ms. Felicia Baker ’12 Mrs. Maria Barbosa and Ms. Dirce Barbosa Mrs. Elizabeth Servant Basile ’00 and Mr. Michael Basile Ms. Marcia Basler ’62 Dr. Nicole Beaudette, Pharm.D. ’12 Ms. Stephanie Beaudette ’10 Ms. Elizabeth Benz ’03 Mrs. Patrice Holton Benz ’77 and Mr. Terrence Benz

Francine Miller ’23, Honorable Mention, Jewelry

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Ms. Mary Beth Blessing ’82 Boon Supply - Mixed Bag Designs Mrs. Coleen Bourque and Mr. Glen Bourque Dr. Tracey Brennan and Dr. Matthew Brennan Mrs. Lori DiPrete Brown ’79 Mrs. Karen Cooney Burke ’71 Mrs. Jennifer Byrne and Mr. Dennis Byrne Mrs. Donna Therrien Cabral and Mr. Carlos Cabral Mrs. Arlene Chauvin Carmosino and Mr. Roger Carmosino Ms. Giulia Carmosino ’21 Ms. Hannah Catabia ’05 Mrs. Yulin Chou and Mr. Chengta Chou Ms. Katherine Clair ’09 Mrs. Gloria Caretti Clough, RN ’61 Ms. Frances Ferreira Collins ’47 M & G Correira’s Plumbing & Heating Supplies Ms. Selina Cortez and Mr. Raymond Cortez Mrs. Susan Curran Culpo and Mr. Peter Culpo Mrs. Ann Calderise D’Amico and Mr. Paul D’Amico Mrs. Dana Damiani D’Orsi ’94 Delta Dental of Rhode Island Mrs. Eileen Deveau and Mr. William Deveau, Jr. Ms. Sofia DiGregorio ’20

Riley Pino ’23, Silver Key, Jewelry

Mr. Jon DiIorio and Mrs. Patricia McCooe DiIorio Mr. Carmine DiSanto Mrs. Laurie DiSanto and Mr. Carmine DiSanto Mrs. Jeanine Sullivan Doane ’64 Dr. Ann Martino Dombrowski ’75 and Mr. Peter Dombrowski Ms. Grace Dugan and Mr. Gregory Dugan Mrs. Nicole Dungca and Dr. Neil Dungca, DDS Mrs. Eileen E. Marran Edwards ’07 Mrs. Kathleen Mosher Egan ’64 and Mr. James Egan Ms. Dorothy Elkin ’71 Mrs. Susan Mitchell Faasse ’80 Sister Theresa Farrell, RSM Ms. Brenda Fecteau Mrs. Joyce Federici and Mr. John Federici Ms. Maya Fenn ’29 Mrs. June Fischer and Mr. Rod Fischer Flagship Trailways Sister Norma Fleming, RSM Ms. Joy Fox ’95 Ms. Amy Gaskin ’97 Ms. Angela Gora Ms. Jean Frova Gran ’60 Ms. Diane Gualtieri Mrs. Nancy Caduto Hagerty and Mr. James Hagerty

Emma Simas ’20, Silver Key, Jewelry

Mrs. Lee Faber Haines and Mr. Daniel Haines Dr. Cynthia Coughlin Hanna, MD ’77 Sister Sheila Harrington, RSM Mrs. Anne Sullivan Hird ’77 Mrs. Kathryn Nassaney Johnston ’75 Sister Carol Jussaume, RSM Mrs. Elizabeth Mullen Kavanagh ’65 Mrs. Eileen Pangborn Kelly ’64 and Mr. G. Richard Kelly Ms. Caitlin Kennedy ’09 Mr. Dennis Kennedy Mrs. Sheryl Williams Langfield and Mr. Jonathan Langfield Lawnscapes, Inc. Ms. Emily Leary Mrs. Brenda McCreadie Lema ’94 Mrs. Mary Lero and Mr. Joseph Lero Mr. John Lipham Dr. Lynn DeCarvalho Maher ’74 Mrs. Gertrude Bowen Mandeville ’68 Ms. Kathryn Martin ’10 Ms. Mary Masse ’62 Mrs. Mary Fogarty McAndrew ’66 and Mr. Thomas McAndrew, Esq. Sister Elizabeth McAuliffe, RSM Ms. Cheryl McDonald ’74 Ms. Mary McGinn ’61 Dr. Margaret McGuinness ’71 and Mr. William McGuinness Mrs. Patricia Smith McKenna and Mr. Patrick McKenna Ms. Patricia McNulty ’61 Mrs. Patricia Sepe McPhillips and Mr. Kenneth McPhillips Minted LLC Mrs. Linda Campbell Mitchell ’67 and Mr. Vincent Mitchell Sister Martha Mulligan, RSM ’57 Mrs. Marybeth Affleck Nacey ’79

Mrs. Marcia NewbertEslami ’06 Mrs. Etta Giuliani Oliver* Mrs. Michelle PaolantonioStetler ’87 Mrs. Stephanie LaFazia Parsons ’94 Mr. Michael Pawlitschek Mr. Brian Pelletier and Mrs. Michele Pelletier Ms. Poppy Peristeras Mrs. Lacy Perry ’01 Ms. Rhonda Giampietro Perry Mrs. Lori Fleming Pezzullo ’87 and Dr. John Pezzullo III Mrs. Linda Radoccia Pulichino ’71 Mrs. Mary Ann Stublarec Quinn and Mr. Thomas Quinn Mr. Luis Raposo Mr. and Mrs. Frank Richard Mrs. Silvana Rivera Ms. Helen Rosario and Mr. Peter Rodriguez Mrs. Kathleen Leonard Rubino and Mr. Robert Rubino Ms. Deborah Runshe Mrs. Inga Sullivan Russell and Mr. John Russell Dr. Cara Sammartino ’01 Dr. Ivona Sediva Mrs. Veronica Sheridan and Mr. Patrick Sheridan III Ms. Olivia Soccio ’17 Ms. Laura Sorensen ’94 Ms. Roberta Leonelli Stevens ’67 Sister Marianna Sylvester, RSM ’56 Mrs. Danielle Lima Taglianetti ’00 Ms. Janet Tanury ’92 Madam Marilyn Cocozza Trillo ’66 and Mr. Joseph Trillo Mrs. Danielle DeHart Turrell ’98 Mrs. Mary Vales and Mr. Manuel Vales IV Mrs. Donna Davis Vanderbeck ’67

Mrs. Debra Martitz Vieira and Mr. Paulo Vieira Ms. Emily Vieira ’24 Mrs. Alicia Cipriano Walsh ’92 and Mr. Robert Walsh Mrs. Rebecca Morency Warr, Esq. ’91 and Mr. Ronald Warr, Jr. Ms. Laurie White and Mr. Jim White Mrs. Patricia S. Smith Williams ’58 Mr. Robert Wishtischin Your Cause, LLC

MCAULEY CLUB $100 - $249 Anonymous (5) Mrs. Kristen Jackson Abood and Mr. Jon Abood Mrs. Maria Leal Abreu and Mr. Raul Abreu Mrs. Judith Giannini Aguilera ’82 Ms. Virginia Gormley Albright ’61 Mrs. Leah DeFelice Alduino ’89 Ms. Emma Alfred ’14 Mrs. Marguerite Mancieri Allen Mrs. Penelope Alves and Mr. Robert Alves Ms. Patricia Cece Anastadis Mrs. Christine Maloney Anderson ’68 Mrs. Diane Reilly Andrade ’66 Ms. Cara Annese ’05 Sister Nancy Audette, RSM Ms. Allison Averill ’08 Dr. Patricia D’Almeida Averill, DVM ’75 and Mr. Benjamin Averill Mrs. Eileen Cawley Azar ’83 and Mr. Brian Azar Ms. Guerline Azor Mrs. Lisa Benson Baccari and Mr. Bernard Baccari, Jr. Mrs. Kara Sasso Badgley ’96 Ms. Maria Baez Mrs. Patricia White Baker ’63 Ms. Paula Keene Baker ’67 Dr. Sharen Barboza ’88 Mrs. Elizabeth Conboy Bartone, RN ’94 Mrs. Carol Skalak Beaudette and Mr. Russell Beaudette

Ms. Barbara Decotis Beauregard and Mr. Ron Beauregard Mrs. Lisa O’Brien Bechard ’82 Ms. Meaghan Bechard ’12 Ms. Laura Bedrossian ’03 Mrs. Pamela Hudson Beggan ’62 Mrs. Megan Rezendes Begnoche ’94 Mrs. Patricia Quinn Benz ’55 and Mr. Robert Benz Ms. Jacqueline Beretta Mr. Norman Beretta and Mrs. Joyce Beretta Mr. Richard Beretta Mrs. Anne Marie Bianchi Mr. Gil Bianchi, Sr. Mrs. Barbara Cahalan Bierig ’58 Mrs. Barbara Lyons Binegar ’52 Mrs. Mary-Ann Agresti Bishop ’82 Mrs. Susan McKeough Blake ’64 and Mr. Daniel Blake Mrs. Mary Jane Blanchette and Mr. Robert Blanchette Ms. Isabelle Bolanos ’16 Mrs. Maria Bolanos and Mr. Byron Bolanos Ms. Marian Steinwachs Bolduc ’53 Mrs. Keri-Ann Bonilla and Mr. Wil Bonilla Sister Michel Brennan, RSM Mrs. Valerie Briden and Mr. David Briden Ms. Kerry Britt Ms. Margaret Brodeur ’75 Mrs. Elizabeth Slavin Brown ’70 Mrs. Jennifer Brown Mrs. Gail Tullson Brule and Mr. Paul Brule Mrs. Amy Jones Buchanan and Mr. Jason Buchanan Mr. Brian Buchanan Ms. Emily Buchanan ’21 Mrs. Margaret Burke and Mr. Donald Burke Ms. Milan Byrne ’27 Ms. Sienna Byrne ’25 Ms. Kimberly Cain ’92 Ms. Susan Campagna ’76

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Tara, Madison ’25, Avery ’26 and Jamal Gomes

THANK YOU TO BAY VIEW Faith, education, self-discipline, confidence and opportunity are the first words that come to mind when describing what Bay View means to our family. We are confident these values will prepare our daughters for success in the future. As soon as we visited Bay View during an Open House when our oldest daughter Madison was only in the sixth grade, we knew we wanted a Catholic and college preparatory education for both our daughters. Their father has been a teacher and coach at Bishop Hendricken High School for over 20 years, so we have firsthand experience when it comes to the positive effect of a single-sex education. Not only were we excited about the structured and disciplined education Bay View offers, but also by the opportunity to participate in extracurricular activities and compete in a strong athletic program. We believe sending our daughters to Bay View is one of the most important decisions and investments in their futures. We want them to wholeheartedly understand the importance of faith, kindness, respect, a strong work ethic and the self-discipline it takes to achieve success and fulfill their goals. They both have had a wonderful experience during their transition from public education to Bay View, thanks to the welcoming community, family atmosphere and positive relationships they have established with their teachers and peers. Both Madison and Avery are being challenged in the classroom and learning a great deal about time management, organization, work ethic and what it takes to be successful. In the short period of time since they arrived at Bay View, they have already forged new friendships and achieved a higher level of academic understanding. Bay View is the school that can empower our daughters to be strong, independent and confident young women ready for the dynamic world ahead of them. We are confident they will discover and use their passion to fuel their success at the collegiate level and beyond. We are grateful for the opportunity to send our daughters to Bay View and are truly excited to see what the future may hold for them. Sincerely, The Gomes Family Tara, Jamal, Madison and Avery

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Ms. Dorothy Misunas Campbell ’53 Mr. Tiffany Campos and Mr. Timothy Campos Mrs. Vera Kilmartin Candelmo and Mr. Anthony Candelmo Ms. Alison Canino ’08 Ms. Suzanne Cannon ’78 Ms. Nancy Farias Capozziello ’92 Mrs. Anne Savage Carty ’67 Mrs. Kieran Carvalho and Mr. Dennis Carvalho Ms. Anne Casavecchia Ms. Barbara Casey ’69 Mrs. Mary Ellen Dame Casey ’81 Mrs. Janet Pezzullo Cassiere and Mr. Joseph Cassiere Ms. Jenna Cassiere ’20 Mrs. Kathleen Cawley ’81 Mrs. Elizabeth Cerrone Mrs. Susan Connell Charbonneau ’57 Mrs. Elizabeth Dunnigan Choiniere and Mr. Raymond Choiniere Mrs. Heidi Cianfarani and Mr. Gregory Cianfarani Mr. Karl Clemmey Ms. Kathleen Cloxton and Mr. David Cloxton Ms. Shannon Coffey ’14 Mrs. Cindy Carreiro Colapietro and Mr. Emilio Colapietro Mr. Dennis Coleman Mrs. Anne Kane Coman ’65 Mrs. Diane Comerford and Mr. Peter Comerford Ms. Patricia Darcy Condon ’74 Mrs. Catherine Wetcher Conley and Mr. Timothy Conley Mrs. Karen Conley Mrs. Donna McMann Conway and Mr. Jay Conway Ms. Ruth Struck Conway ’64 Mrs. Janine Picard Cooney and Mr. Buckley Cooney

Mrs. Jill Rybka Cormier ’97 and Mr. Robert Cormier Mrs. Lori Nunes Cote, CPA ’80 Ms. Lauren Cotta ’06 Ms. Ava Couture ’29 Ms. Keira Couture ’34 Ms. Lyla Couture ’28 Ms. Milla T. Couture ’32 Ms. Amanda Lauro Cox ’03 Dr. Gabriella Leite Crane ’90 and Mr. Christopher Crane Mr. James Creamer and Mrs. Trisha Creamer Mrs. Ann Marie Iadevaia Cummings ’69 The Honorable Laureen Quaranto D’Ambra ’75 and Mr. James D’Ambra Mrs. Joan Gormley Darcey ’52* Mrs. Andreia Ferreira DaSilva and Mr. Sandro DaSilva Mrs. Ellen Fox Davis ’82 Mrs. Sujata Davis and Mr. John Davis Mrs. Bethany Lima Dawson and Mr. Matthew Dawson Mrs. Christine Pestena DeFontes and Mr. Jeffrey DeFontes Mrs. Michele Capelli DeFusco and Lieutenant Michael DeFusco Ms. Elizabeth Del Padre ’67 Mrs. Susann Guglielmo Della Rosa and Mr. Ralph Della Rosa, Esq. Mr. Matt Dempsey Mrs. Karen Hudson Desrosiers ’96 Mrs. Grace Harrington Dessert ’51 Mrs. Monique Dezotell and Mr. Michael Dezotell Mrs. Suzanne Cooper Dias ’74 Ms. Eleanor DiBiasio ’09 Mrs. Rachael DiChiaro and Mr. Michael DiChiaro Mrs. Beth Harvey Dicomitis and Mr. Christopher Dicomitis Ms. Mary DiIorio ’23 Dr. Kristen DiMarco and Dr. Michael DiMarco

Mrs. Regina Donohue and Mr. Daniel Donohue Sister Elizabeth Doyle, RSM ’57 Mrs. Kerrin Nagle DuBee ’03 Mrs. Kathleen Varrieur Dugan, RN ’56 Ms. Suzanne Dutilly and Mr. John Dutilly Mrs. Allison Egan and Mr. James Egan Mrs. Mary Capalbo Engle ’75 Mrs. Lisa Evans and Mr. Pete Evans Mrs. Amy Marcello Exter ’95 Mr. John Faltus Mrs. M Joan Hetu Farrell ’57 Dr. Darlene Regula Ferland, Ph.D. ’72 Ms. Michaela Ferreira ’10 Mrs. Catherine Conti Fielding and Mr. James Fielding Ms. Sue Figueira ’98 Ms. Kelley Finch Mrs. Melissa Krekorian Finger ’97 Dr. Nichole Mancone Fisher ’95 Mrs. Roberta Fitzgerald ’55 Mrs. Ellen Flaherty and Mr. Brian Flaherty Ms. Jennifer Fonseca Ms. Karen Fontes ’81 Mrs. Kerri Fortin and Mr. Glen Fortin Mrs. Agnes Parkinson Fox ’56 Ms. Jacquelyn French ’80

Mr. George Furtado and Mrs. Shirley Furtado Mrs. Michele Gallagher Mr. John Garagliano and Mrs. Carol Garagliano Mrs. Janice Fuller Gaudreau ’55 and Mr. William Gaudreau Mrs. Shirleyann Ashton Gavitt ’52 Ms. Abbey Gemma ’22 Mr. and Mrs. Carl Gerhard Ms. Jacquelyn Gesterling Mrs. Graziella Giampaoli Mrs. Pamela Andrade Gibbs ’69 Mrs. Judith Dodd Giblin ’54 Mr. James Gilcreast, Jr. and Mrs. Mary Gilcreast Ms. Laura Gilcreast ’01 Mr. William Goodwin Mrs. Mary Rebello Grace ’65 Mrs. Anne-Louise Mello Gracyalny ’46 Ms. Amanda Grattan, MA ’11 Dr. Amy Stefanski Grattan, Ph.D. and Mr. Michael Grattan, Jr. Ms. Amy Gravell ’93 Ms. Emma Greene ’22 Mrs. Nicolle Greene and Mr. Jason Greene Mrs. Joan Walsh Gribbin Mrs. Pamela Sullivan Guarino ’65 Mrs. Elizabeth HillGutierrez ’73 Mr. George Haddad

Gianna Spremullo ’20, Silver Key, Mixed Media

Mrs. Joanne Walsh Haggerty ’55 Mr. Mark Hanna Sister Mary Faith Harding, RSM Ms. Andrea Harms Ms. Margaret Harris Ms. Kelly Harrop ’10 Mrs. Vicki Hathaway Ms. Dorian Borges Havers ’92 Ms. Barbara Haynes Mrs. Janel Satterfield Heath and Mr. Zackary Heath Ms. Heather Heitmueller Mrs. Marion Henneous Mr. and Mrs. Michael Hoard Mrs. Patricia Sullivan Holthaus ’68 Ms. Colleen Hopkins and Mr. John Hopkins Mrs. Lillian Asquith Horan ’05 Mrs. Maryann Munroe Hottenstein ’87 and Mr. Harold Hottenstein, Jr. Ms. Jennifer Turner Jacobson ’92 Ms. Jean Janson Ms. Debi Jaques Ms. Clara Jeffery ’49 Ms. Gabrielle Jeffrey ’23 Mr. Glenn Jeffrey and Mrs. Cheryl Jeffrey Mrs. Erin Durkay Johnston ’95 Mrs. Maria Messore Jones ’00 and Mr. Christopher Jones Ms. Kelly Karpik, RN ’76

Kaitlynn Clement ’21, Honorable Mention, Digital Art

Kate Bosch Professional Organizing Sister Christine Kavanagh, RSM Mrs. Lydia Galego Kay ’58 Ms. Mary Kane Keep ’59 Ms. Margaret Kelly Mrs. Evelyn Nerone Kiley ’62 Mrs. Cathy King ’89 Mrs. Lisa Kirshenbaum and Mr. Evan Kirshenbaum Ms. Theresa Kling Ms. Monika Kraemer and Mr. Daniel Nagle Mrs. Julie Piccirilli Krause ’92 Mrs. Elizabeth Coccia Krekorian and Mr. Robert Krekorian Mrs. Jennifer Gaudreau Kumar and Mr. Christopher Kumar Mrs. Bridget Delaney Kyle ’80 Mrs. Janine Lairmore and Mr. Michael Lairmore Sister Eva Lallo, RSM Mr. Paul Lamoureux and Mrs. Susan Lamoureux Ms. Isabella Lanna ’18 Mrs. Kimberly Lanni and Mr. Kevin Lanni Mrs. Georgann McCulloch Lardaro ’70 Mrs. Margaret Lero Larson ’02 Ms. Suzanne Larson and Mr. Arthur Larson Ms. Sarah Lathrop ’15 Ms. Laura Laurence

Sophia Martin ’20, Silver Key, Mixed Media

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| GIVING | MCAULEY CLUB $100 - $249 cont. Ms. Jane LaVallee Ms. Patricia Leddy ’73 Ms. Kristina Bert LeDuc ’89 Mrs. Nancy Levesque and Mr. Dennis Levesque Ms. Whitney Lincoln ’07 Ms. Suzanne Minassian Livingston ’97 Mrs. Patricia Lock ’71 Mrs. Donna Almonte Lombardi and Mr. Peter Lombardi Mrs. Maureen Kelly Longo ’71 Mrs. Stephanie Lopes and Mr. Paul Lopes Ms. Tercida Lora Ms. Carolyn Lubrano ’01 Mrs. Susan Corry Luz, RN ’68 Mrs. Maureen Lynch and Mr. Matthew Lynch Ms. Mary Macdonald ’67 Ms. Maria MacLellan ’78 Mrs. Angel MacLeod and Mr. Malcolm Scott MacLeod Mrs. Caroline Maggiacomo and Mr. Paul Maggiacomo Mrs. Colleen Mellon Magill and Mr. William Magill

| GIVING | Dr. Mary Ann Maguire, Ph.D. ’64 Ms. Amy Ramalho Mahery ’95 Mrs. Stephanie Lucas Malloch ’84 Ms. Joanne Maniche ’80 Mrs. Carla Manni-Childs and Mr. Dean Childs Ms. Earlene Mara ’57 Mrs. Ellen Sewall Mara ’61 Sister Elaine Marchand, RSM Ms. Alice Marchessault Mrs. Margaret Poland Marcotte ’66 and Mr. Michael Marcotte Mrs. Amy Cashore Mariani ’88 Sister Alberic Martin, RSM

Mrs. Mary McArthur and Mr. Stephen McArthur Ms. Kathleen McCabe Ms. Phoebe McCann Ms. Virginia McCann ’72 Mrs. Carol Bride McCarthy ’57 Dr. F. Dennis McCool, MD Ms. Mary McElroy ’66 Mrs. Martha Wallace McGair and Mr. James McGair Ms. Shannon Mckenna ’88 Mrs. Karen McKenna Mckenzie and Mr. Donald Mckenzie Ms. Claudia McLaughlin ’61 Ms. Louise McMahon ’66 Mr. Robert Medeiros and Mrs. Jennifer Medeiros

Ms. Jayne Martin ’68 Ms. Olivia Martin ’22 Ms. Claire Masterson, RN ’49 Mrs. Jane Matrone and Mr. Mark Matrone Mrs. Stacey Thompson Matrullo ’01 and Mr. Jonathan Matrullo Ms. Nancy Lenehan Matyas ’71

Mrs. Sandra Assiff Mehlmann Mrs. Brianne Kowalski Mellott ’99 Mrs. Dayna Marziali Mendolia ’90 Ms. Liza Mesagno ’06 Mrs. Patricia Galleshaw Messere ’57 Ms. Jane Wernig Metzger ’73 Mrs. Joan Panichas Milas and Mr. Mathew Milas Ms. Victoria Milhomens ’13 Ms. Joanne Mollica and Mr. Steven Mollica Ms. Jean Mollicone ’64 Mrs. Barbara Thayer Monaghan ’61 The Reverend Peter Mongeon Ms. Lauren Moore ’10 Mrs. Astrid Morales and Mr. Mynor Morales Mrs. Deborah Correia Morales ’94 and Mr. Eddie Morales Mrs. Margaret Dias Moreira

Katherine Keating ’20, Gold Key, Printmaking

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and Mr. Paulo Moreira Ms. Bonnie Morency-Lima and Mr. George Lima, Jr. Morey Law Group Mrs. Kerri Morey-Phillips ’88 Mrs. Charlene Egan Mullen ’52 Mrs. Carolyn Lindley Mulligan ’59 Ms. Sharon Mulligan and Mr. Brian Donnelly

Ms. Rebecca Murray ’00 Mrs. Jeanne Nadeau Ms. Cynthia Neal Mrs. Lynda Owens Nelson ’87 and Mr. David Nelson Ms. Grace Neubauer ’09 Ms. Kate Neubauer ’97 Mr. Robert Newbert and Mrs. Mary Jane Newbert Mrs. Kathy Newman and Mr. William Newman Mrs. Elena Byrne Nicolella ’87 Ms. Cynthia Nieto Sister Sheila O’Brien, RSM ’52 Ms. Maura O’Rourke ’62 Dr. Leslie Olton ’83 Ms. Alisa Omert Mrs. Nancy Onorato and Mr. Roland Onorato, Jr. Ms. Lorna Orabona Mrs. Rosemary DePetro Orlando ’75 Mrs. Joan Audet Osowa ’68 Mrs. Dana Osowiecki and Mr. Bruce Perreault Mrs. Gail Beaudoin Palazzolo ’75 Ms. Renee Palermo Mrs. Cynthia Dunn Palmieri ’66 Ms. Cristina Palo Mrs. Lianne Andreoni Paolino ’77 Mrs. Pamela Tirrell Papa and Mr. Kevin Papa Mr. Gregory Pare and Mrs. Rachel Pare Ms. Julia Parsons ’23 Ms. Elizabeth Pascucci and Mr. Joseph Pascucci Ms. Heidi Patalano ’99 Mr. John Paterra II Sister Diane Pederzani, RSM ’54 Ms. Melissa Pedus Ms. Kimberly Pelland ’08 Mrs. Eleanor Del Vicario Pelletier ’60 Ms. Gia Perry ’29 Ms. Hannah Perry ’08 Mrs. Jessica Perry and Mr. Raymond Perry Mrs. Stacey Stefanik Peterson ’89 Mrs. Jean Petisce-Lynch

Ms. Emily Petrie ’13 Mrs. Maureen O’Donnell Phalen ’62 Mrs. Christine Mellone Phillips ’69 Dr. Mary Pickett, Ph.D. ’68 Mrs. Erica Placido-Coelho and Mr. Ronnie Coelho Mrs. Erin Plaziak and Mr. David Plaziak Mrs. Jean Donnelly Pochebit and Dr. Mark Pochebit, DDS Mrs. Katherine Jurczyk Pomplun ’06 Mrs. Heather Donnelly Ponte ’89 Mrs. Kimberly Allyn Poulton and Mr. John Poulton Mrs. Kathryn PowersPeterson ’94 Ms. Renee Pratt ’81 Ms. Wendy Preston Mrs. Jamie Richer Quattrini and Mr. Alan Quattrini Ms. Jaizlynn Ramirez ’29 Mrs. Monica Mireles Rangel and Dr. David Rangel Ms. Laura Raposa ’79 Ms. Beth Raposo ’06 Dr. Patricia Raymond, Ph.D. ’69 Mrs. Anne Caroselli Reenstierna ’67 Sister Mary Reilly, RSM Mrs. Lisa Briganti Rein ’81 Ms. Emily Reinhardt ’08 Mrs. Nicole Viau Reminder ’90 Mrs. Ruth Hodge Rezendes ’67 and Mr. John Rezendes Mrs. Sharon Chaves Ricci and Mr. Paul Ricci Ms. Mollie Richardson ’01 Mrs. Cecile Solomon Roberti ’80 and Mr. Peter Roberti Mrs. Harriet Martin Rocha ’58 Mrs. Michelle Rockwell ’11 and Mr. A.J. Rockwell Mrs. Ann Rockwell Roe ’74 Ms. Ellen RogersAmoroso ’69 Mrs. Kathleen Schartner Romeo and Mr. Frank Romeo

Mrs. Maria Bernardo Rondeau ’62 Mrs. Marta Rosol and Mr. Edward Rosol, Jr. Mrs. Kathleen Ross and Mr. Craig Ross Mr. Michael Ruane Mrs. Jane O’Brien Rufino ’70 Sister Marie Bernadetta Ryan, RSM Mr. Michael Sarnowski and Mrs. Alexandra Sarnowski Mrs. Amy Sattel and Mr. James Sattel Mrs. Elizabeth Satterfield and Mr. William Satterfield Mrs. Dolores Garzoli Savage ’63 Ms. Mary Lou Savage, Esq. ’70 Mrs. Judith Shanley Sawyer ’59 Ms. Vera Veltri Scalise ’69 Mrs. Sheila Schattle and Mr. Arthur Schattle Ms. Joanne Schenck ’75 Mrs. Maureen Kilcline Schweitzer ’63 Mr. Robert Sclama, CPA Mrs. Nancy Rego Sevich ’92 Mrs. Ann Marie Vest Shattuck ’92 Mrs. Noreen Weaver Shawcross and The Honorable Raymond Shawcross Mrs. Jennifer Sheridan Ms. Deborah Rhude Shuster ’65 Mrs. Maryellen Simas Site Specific Mrs. Ann Dalton Sousa ’52 Ms. April Sousa Mrs. Mary D’Agostino Stiles ’59 Mrs. Bethany D’Amico Stutts ’82 Mrs. Anna Veltri Sullivan ’67 Ms. Deborah A. Sullivan ’68 Mrs. Lindsay Carvalho Sullivan ’00 Ms. Louise Ryan Sullivan ’56 Mrs. Kathleen Goggin Svec ’53 Dr. Ramin Tabaddor

Mrs. Lisa TammelleoCasey ’94 Mrs. Diane Barrette Tanury and Mr. George Tanury Mrs. Martha Flynn Tasca ’75 Mrs. Teresa Misto Tavares ’53 and Mr. Albert Tavares Ms. Linda Parisi Taylor ’64 Mrs. Elisabete Teixeira and Mr. Jason Teixeira Dr. Jacqueline Tetreault, MD ’75 Mr. Troy Thibodeau and Mrs. Deborah Thibodeau Mrs. Elizabeth Rego Thomas ’50 Mrs. Melissa Thomas and Mr. Peter Thomas Mrs. Gail Haytaian Thompson ’74 and Mr. Kenneth Thompson Ms. Kimberly Thompson Ms. Jennifer Tierney Mrs. Kelley Anne Laurie Tinaro ’87 Ms. Valerie Tobia ’03 Mrs. Catherine Iacono Tomasso and Mr. Raymond Tomasso, Esq. Ms. Mary Tomlinson Mrs. Bethany Mascena Tracy ’91 and Mr. Gareth Tracy Mrs. Phyllis McDole Tracy ’54 and Mr. Joseph Tracy Ms. Marcia Trainor ’58 Mrs. Becky Mangano Trosin and Mr. Mark Trosin Mrs. Marguerite Hyde Truesdale, RN ’61 Ms. Deborah Urciuoli ’68 Mrs. Jane Forgiel Vaccaro ’61 Mrs. Seema Varma and Mr. Rajeev Kelkar Mrs. Mary Callahan Varnum ’67 Ms. Stella Vaslet ’32 Dr. Elisa Vele Mr. Joseph Vieira Mrs. Karen Duffy Wallace ’72 and Mr. William Wallace III Ms. Elaine DiFilippo Wallor ’72 Mrs. Mary McGowan Walsh ’50 Mrs. Maureen Walsh ’74 Ms. Tara Walsh ’98

Mrs. Michelle LaRovere Wasinowicz and Mr. Romeo Wasinowicz Dr. Andrea Wasylow and Mr. Peter Wasylow We Care For Kids Dental, Inc. Mrs. Tammy Keller Weaver and Mr. Scott Weaver Ms. Alexis Webster ’93 Mr. John Welch Mr. Robert Weston Mrs. Ann O’Brien Wickersham ’56 Mrs. Angela Wiczek Mrs. Gail Wilson and Mr. Edward Wilson Ms. Jacklyn Wilson ’15 Mrs. Patricia Wind and Mr. Gregory Wind Mrs. Patricia McCarthy Winters ’69 Ms. Hannah Wishtischin ’21 Mrs. Jennifer Wishtischin and Colonel Robert Wishtischin Ms. Carolyn Wright ’61 Mr. Clinton Wynne, Jr. Mr. John Yena and Mrs. Donna Yena Ms. Caron Duffy Young Mrs. Betty Ziter

BENGAL CLUB Up to $99 Anonymous (20) Ms. Jennifer Abbate Ms. Alexandra Abreu ’13 Ms. Katherine Adams ’02 Ms. Joanne Aguiar Mrs. Joyce Albert and Mr. James Albert Ms. Ashley Alessandrini ’10 Mrs. Catherine Sullivan Nelson Allen ’62 Ms. Norma Allen ’60 Mrs. Ann Lorincz Alsfeld ’99 and Mr. Eric Alsfeld Ms. Diane Allaire Amorese ’82 Ms. Katherine Nixon Anania ’04 Ms. Michelle Anderson Mrs. Lucille Palmisciano Andolfo ’69 Ms. Mary Jane Andreozzi Mrs. Deborah Dettore Angelo ’67

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| GIVING | BENGAL CLUB Up to $99 cont. Ms. Jane Argentieri ’69 Sister Dolores Arruda, RSM Ms. Katherine Asquith ’13 Ms. Melissa Brenton Ayres ’87 Mrs. Sarah Fitzpatrick Bagley ’94 Mrs. Kerri Machado Baker ’99 Ms. Sara Fontes Ball ’96 Bank of America Ms. Alicja Baranowska Ms. Lisa Barbary ’91 Mrs. Katherine Forgiel Bardzik ’64 Mrs. Kathleen Barkan and Mr. George Barkan Ms. Pamela Campellone Bartolini ’03 Ms. June Carmello Barton ’57 Ms. Jane Baruch ’10 Ms. Julie Battista Mrs. Cynthia Taft Bayerl, R.D. ’67 Ms. Deanna Beirne ’93 Ms. Ann Murphy Bellotti ’62 Mrs. Holly Thompson Bellucci ’92 Mrs. Jennifer Petrin Bessette ’92 Mr. Robert Bessette Mrs. Laurie West Biszko and Mr. Raymond Biszko Mrs. Delores Bliss and Mr. Dan Bliss Ms. Melissa Bobotas ’10 Mrs. Lisa Amore Bogner ’79 Ms. Bridget Boucher ’92 Ms. Andrea Bourque ’99 Ms. Harmony Boyce Mrs. Catherine Bramley and Mr. Alan Bramley Ms. Dylan Brekka ’13 Sister Regina Brennan, RSM Mrs. Ann Marie Zottola Breslin ’84 Ms. Teresa Bridges Ms. Lorna Briganti ’83 Ms. Alexandra Briody ’12 Ms. Katherine Bronner Mrs. Taylor Cotter Bruneaux ’08 Ms. Alexa Brynes ’11 Mrs. Michelle Major Bucci ’86

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| GIVING | Mrs. Nicole Serra Buco ’98 and Mr. J. T. Buco Mrs. Tonya Buffi and Mr. Thomas Buffi Ms. Abigail Burke ’15 Captain Darlene Burke, USN Ms. Molly Burke ’14 Ms. Morgan Burke ’15 Mrs. Nancy Burke Mr. David Burns Ms. Susan Keene CaldwellDonaldson ’69 Mrs. Christina Canty Ms. Lisa Capalbo ’78 Ms. Linda Pepowski Cappuccilli ’61 Mrs. Sharon Quirk Capuano ’80 Ms. Adrianna Cardillo ’13 Ms. Nancy Carey Mrs. Krystal Carcieri Carnes ’02 and Mr. Kevin Carnes Mrs. Meghan Caromile and Mr. Bruce Caromile Ms. Tracey Carpenter ’85 Ms. Monica Carvalho Mrs. Margaret Blais Chace ’60 Mrs. Erin Cuddy Charpentier ’98 Mrs. Amy Small Ciarcia ’92 Mrs. Mary Palombo Cicerelli ’74 Mrs. Gina Ottaviano Clement ’87 and Mr. Robert Clement Ms. Cristen Cobery Mrs. Patricia Cobery and Mr. James Cobery Mrs. Kelly Birkes Coelho ’95 and Mr. Corey Coelho Mrs. Meredith Miller Cohen ’05 Sister Patricia Combies, RSM Ms. Kristen Connolly ’94 Mrs. Frances Almonte Conte and Mr. Erminio Conte Ms. Brittney Correia Ms. Carol Costa Mrs. M. Pamela Webster Costigan and Mr. John Costigan Ms. Cynthia Coyle ’58 Mrs. Maureen Lister Crisafulli ’69

Mrs. Mary Cronan and Mr. Earl Cronan Mrs. Erica Pappas Cross ’84 and Mr. Stephen Cross Ms. Wendi Cross Mr. Brian Crossen Mrs. Linda Cunningham Mrs. Sandra Famiglietti D’Alessandro ’64 Mrs. Lori Conti DaCosta and Mr. Kevin DaCosta Mrs. Patricia Barry Dalton and Mr. Timothy Dalton Mrs. Mary Patricia Cooney Dandrea ’76 Ms. Miriam Dash ’09 Ms. Maureen Hackett Dastous ’68 Mrs. Denise Denisewich Dauray ’79 Ms. Linda DeAngelis Mrs. Nancy Houle DeAngelis ’62 Mrs. Leslie DeCaporale and Mr. William DeCaporale Ms. Sarah DeCataldo ’01 Mrs. Kimberly Castro DeCosta ’92 Mrs. Carol Poirier DeCubellis ’53 Mrs. Katie DeGirolamo and Mr. Gary DeGirolamo Dr. Patricia DeGiulio, MD ’75 Mrs. Debora DeHart and Mr. Stephen DeHart Mrs. Andrea Del Carmen Rios and Mr. Diego Diaz Paredes Mrs. Cynthia Esposito Del Sesto ’69 Ms. Christine DeTomasis, RN ’94 Ms. Dora Devia-Alves Ms. Jane DiGirolamo Mrs. Joanne Jacquard DiMario ’66 Mrs. Marilyn Remarski DiMicco ’69 Mrs. Jeanne Pucci Dolan ’70 Ms. Johanna Dombrowski ’12 Ms. Melissa Donahue ’96 and Mr. Mark Valliere Ms. Bethany Douglas ’11 Mrs. Jessica Cardillo Douglas ’00

Mrs. Donna Vescera Duckworth ’90 Ms. Theresa Shea Duffer ’03 Ms. Colleen Duffy Mrs. Michelle Tordoff Dumas ’89 Ms. Jeanne Durand Mrs. Kristine Durkay and Mr. Michael Durkay Mrs. Anne Wernig Echeverria ’67 Mrs. Katherine Sharman Egan ’87 and Mr. James Egan Ms. Victoria Egan ’18 Mrs. Shirley DeCotis Eliason ’69 Mrs. Barbara Palmisciano Emerson ’74 Ms. Joshana Erenberg Mrs. Susan Allard Erinakes Mrs. Karen Ethier and Mr. Robert Ethier Ms. Chrystena Ewen ’92 Ms. Hannah Feitelberg ’08 Mrs. Elizabeth Stowe Fennell ’01 and Mr. Mark Fennell Ms. Ashley Ferranti ’03 Ms. Courtney Ferreira ’11 Dr. Lisa Ferreira ’80 Ms. Catrina Fielding ’22 Mrs. Sandra Fielding and Mr. Steve Fielding Mr. Douglas Fisher Mrs. Meghan Brown Fisher ’96 Mrs. Gina Fleming and Mr. Brian Fleming Ms. Kayla Fleming ’13 Mr. Ralph Fleming, Jr. Mrs. Theresa D’Alfonso Florio ’00 Mrs. Wendy Groves Foley and Mr. Timothy Foley, Jr. Mrs. Karen Simas Fox ’70 Mrs. Kimberly Giacchi Fraioli ’86 and Mr. David Fraioli Ms. Emily French ’13 Ms. Caitlin Gabelmann Ms. Jaclyn Gagnon ’11 Dr. Ann Galligan, Ph.D. ’73 Ms. Samantha Garagliano ’23 Ms. Milissa Garrity ’02 Mrs. Lindsay Martin Gearheart ’11 Ms. Cailyne Ghazarian ’05

Mrs. Sheila Gibbs and Dr. Frantz Gibbs Mrs. Jennifer Cronan Gniazdowski ’99 Mrs. Donna Fontes Gorton ’69 Ms. Meredith Grace ’10 Mrs. Tara Dias Grant ’02 Mrs. Jennie Green and Mr. Christopher Sermak Mrs. Mary Heatherton Greenan ’64 and Mr. William Greenan Ms. MacKenzie Grenier ’17 Mrs. Cara Grossman Groomes ’92 Ms. Carol Gualtieri Mrs. Tracy Longo Guerra ’91 Dr. Jill Guindon-Nasir ’93 Ms. Carolyn Haddad ’10 Ms. Mags Haines Mrs. Kirsten Hammann Mr. Erik Hanna Mr. Ryan Hanna Mr. Todd Hanna Ms. Cathy Hanna-Talbot Ms. Karen Hanrahan Mrs. Maureen Palmer Hanrahan ’56 Mrs. Mary Anne Flannery Harrington ’54 Ms. Gisele Harris Mrs. Kirsten Brown Harvey ’84 and Mr. Richard Harvey Mrs. Ruth Spetrini Hatch ’55 Sister Elizabeth Hathaway, RSM Ms. Laura Hattoy ’10

Mr. Sean Healey and Dr. Kirsten Healey Mrs. Patricia Heath and Mr. Charles Heath Ms. Tierney Heath ’26 Mrs. Rita Callahan Hebert and Mr. Joseph Hebert Mrs. Helen Russell Henley ’51 Ms. Angela Milas Hernandez ’05 Ms. Mildred Dougherty Hibben ’48 Ms. Kathy Higgins Mrs. Margaret HollandMcDuff ’84 Ms. Sheila Hopkins ’59* Mrs. Paula Mullen Horan ’66 Mrs. Deborah Howrie Horvath ’67 Ms. Jillian Hess Houle ’05 Mrs. Katherine HughesPucci ’02 Ms. Catherine Beyer Hurst ’61 Ms. Susan Hyde ’59 Mrs. Linda McMahon Hyduk ’70 Mrs. Holly DeSimone Ialongo ’89 Mr. Daniel Iamarone Ms. Bianca Iannitti ’11 Sister Maria Iannuccillo, SSND ’85 Mrs. Kathleen Moreland Impagliazzo and Mr. John Impagliazzo Mrs. Stephanie Smith Isidoro ’02

Jessenia Collazo ’20, Honorable Mention, Sculpture

Ms. Pamela Saccoccia Jackvony ’69 Ms. Joan Jamrog ’60 Ms. Christina Johnk Ms. Elizabeth Johnson ’32 Ms. Jourdan Johnson Mrs. Allison Bouza Jones and Mr. Timothy Jones Mrs. Anita Jones, DDS and Mr. James Sulanowski Ms. Elizabeth Jones ’10 Mrs. Michaela Wood Juliana ’79 Mrs. Danielle Archibald Kachapis ’97 Mrs. Catherine Winn Kamowski ’68 and Mr. Dennis Kamowski Ms. Mary Karalis Mrs. Angela Reo Kasper ’69 Ms. Kimberly DaCosta Kavanagh ’90 Ms. Aimee Forshee Keenan ’92 Mrs. Vera Goncalves Keller and Mr. Jonathan Keller Ms. Eileen Reynolds Kennedy ’78 Mrs. Jillian Newkirk Kenney ’99 Mr. Wayne Kezirian Mrs. Joana King and Mr. Howard King, Jr. Mr. Patrick Knapp Ms. Sheila Konis, MA ’87 Mrs. Sujata Rege Konowitz ’87

Lindsey Williams ’23, Gold Key, Sculpture

Ms. Moira and Mr. Edward Kriete Ms. Krystyna Kula ’17 Ms. Gabrielle Kumar ’18 Mrs. Nancy Williamson Kunce ’69 Ms. Elaine L’Etoile Mrs. Abigail Treglia LaDue ’00 Mrs. Bethany Avila Lane ’92 Ms. Hannah Langfield ’13 Professor Stacey Lantagne ’97 Ms. Christina Pacheco Lao ’94 Mrs. Mary Ann Laprise and Mr. Robert Laprise Ms. Gina Larson-Stoller ’92 Mr. James LathropMrs. Colleen Lonergan Lautieri ’67 and Mr. Michael Lautieri Ms. Carol-Anne Lauzier ’89 and Mr. Edward Blackburn Mrs. Karin Layman and Mr. David Layman Mr. Robert Leanna and Mrs. Elana Leanna Mrs. Elizabeth Leary and Mr. Jeremiah Leary Mrs. Shay Austin-Leary and Mr. Matthew Leary Ms. Jane Lee Ms. Jillian Lee ’17 Ms. Mikaela Lee ’16 Mrs. Theresa La Rose Lefebvre and Mr. Thomas Lefebvre

Sandy Zhou ’20, Honorable Mention, Ceramics and Glass

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| GIVING | BENGAL CLUB Up to $99 cont. Ms. Jodi Botelho Leffingwell ’90 Ms. Melyssa Lentini Ms. Dadriana Lepore ’01 Ms. Allison Leso ’12 Sister Perpetua Lester, RSM Ms. Diana Letourneau ’72 Mrs. Mary Ann Cardillo Lilla, RN ’66 Mrs. Patricia Vanner Lindley ’82 Ms. Juliane Livingston Ms. Emily Lombardo ’10 Mr. John Lord Dr. Kendall Lord ’03 Mrs. Cynthia Lorincz and Mr. Paul Lorincz Mrs. Sally Lupica Ms. Jane Maciel ’22 Ms. Lois Mahoney Mrs. Rebecca Burke Malone ’88 Ms. Jenna Mangiarelli ’11 Mrs. Mary Houde Mann ’59 Mrs. Katherine Murphy Manning ’01 Mrs. Ellen Andrews Manocchia ’83 Ms. Karen Mansolillo ’76 Mr. Michael Marcella Ms. Angela Fabrizio Marcelynas ’66 Dr. Amanda Marcotte, Ph.D. ’92 Ms. Emily Marotti ’67 Mrs. Cynthia A. Nelson Marr, CRNA ’74 Ms. Cheri Costa Marsocci and Mr. Steven Marsocci Ms. Cristina Marsocci ’14 Mrs. Dominique Girardi Martin ’10 Mrs. Dorothy Leite Martin ’51 Ms. Jacquelyn Martin ’69 Ms. Kristin Martin Ms. Kara Marziali ’86 Mr. Brent Matthew Ms. Helena D’Almeida Matthews ’56 Mrs. Marjorie Powers Mazika ’48 Ms. Marcella Mazzenga ’15 Ms. Katie McAtee ’98

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| GIVING | Mrs. Diane Uhlmann McCally ’73 and Mr. Richard McCally Ms. Ginny Mccan Mr. Joe Mccarthy Ms. Susan McKay McConville Ms. Jacqueline McCormick ’69 Sister Maureen McElroy, RSM Mrs. Courtney McGair and Dr. Chip McGair Mrs. Kerri McGowanLowrey ’92 Ms. Jaime Carter McKenna ’94 Ms. Lisa McKenna ’06 Ms. Judith McLaren ’66 Mrs. Nadja Nascimento McLintock ’91 Mrs. Patricia Kelly McManus ’70 Ms. Phyllis Mcphail Mrs. Gabrielle Provencal McVicker ’01 Ms. Jamie Medeiros ’94 Mrs. Karen Lewis Medici and Mr. Michael Medici Mrs. Caroline Melidossian and Mr. Malcolm Melidossian Mrs. Sherri Atchue Mello and Mr. Leonard Mello Ms. Jill Mennucci ’13 Merck Company Foundation Mrs. Wendy Barboza Middendorf ’86 Mrs. Alyson Seitsinger Miller ’01 Ms. Devan Miller ’14 Mrs. Mary Sousa Miller and Mr. Michael Miller Mrs. Michelle Colomb Miscedra ’87 Ms. Elizabeth Conaty Misisco ’65 Mrs. Estelle Ferraro Misto ’51 Ms. Jo-Ann Romano Molinaro ’79 Ms. Renee Bourque Moniz ’95 Mrs. Carolyn Morgan and Mr. William Morgan Ms. Erica Morgan Ms. Jean Morrow Mr. Dennis Morsilli Mrs. Jessica Mowry and Mr. Matthew Mowry

Mrs. Helen Crowley Murphy ’52 Mrs. Patricia Murphy Ms. Melissa Murray ’98 Ms. Foqia Mushtaq Mrs. Kerry Mutti and Mr. Ian Mutti Ms. Marylu Nadeau ’81 Mrs. Margaret McKenna Neubauer ’70 and Mr. John Neubauer Ms. Janine Neves Ms. Mekayla Neves ’27 Mrs. Gretchen Ziegler Newsome ’84 Mrs. Shelley Niles and Mr. Charles Niles Ms. Heather Quigley Nogueira ’92 Mr. Robert Nogueira Ms. Ciara Antonio Nunez Ms. Elissa Coletta O’Brien ’85 and Mr. Timothy O’Brien Mrs. Joelle O’Brion and Mr. Kevin O’Brion Ms. Debbie O’Connell ’71 Mrs. Janice Olivo O’Donnell and Mr. W. Kenneth O’Donnell, Esq. Ms. Eileen O’Grady ’82 Mrs. Maureen McCabe Oberg ’72 and Mr. Robert Oberg Mrs. Loretta Casey Oberholtzer ’91 Mrs. Ann Costanza Oller Mrs. Miny Vidal Ortiz and Mr. Roberto Ortiz, MD Mrs. Cynthia Osmanski and Mr. Joseph Osmanski Mrs. Maureen Cassidy Outlaw ’69 Mrs. Gina Messore Palano ’98 and Mr. Jason Palano Mrs. Lauren Palmaccio and Mr. Carl Palmaccio Mrs. Nancy Nero Panciocco ’78 Mrs. Nancy Smith Parella and Mr. Christopher Parella Ms. Katherine Patrick ’81 Mr. Robert Patton Mr. Steve Payne and Ms. Kerri Payne Mrs. Marcia Mitchell Pelli ’66 Sister Mary Pendergast, RSM Ms. Lauren Perry

Ms. Terri Pestana Mrs. Katelyn Connolly Petteruti ’97 Ms. Julia Pezzullo ’15 Ms. Olivia Pezzullo ’07 Ms. Ellen Walker Pietrzyk ’56 Ms. Margaret Pilkington Riley Mrs. Catherine Hammer Pirri ’62 Mrs. Andrea Carnevale Pitts ’68 Mrs. Donna Dupuis Policastro and Mr. Thomas Policastro Ms. Caitlin Ponko ’14 Mrs. Caroline Precourt Ponko and Mr. Matthew Ponko Ms. Chiara Ponko ’13 Ms. Nancy Prendergast ’68 Mrs. Tarah Solomon Provencal, Esq. ’98 Ms. Joan McQueeney Pucino ’64 Mrs. Susan Tanury Pugh ’90 Mrs. Kendall Lima Purdy ’00 Ms. Joanne Quinn ’65 Mrs. Diane Langlais Quintanar ’83 Mr. David Raposa Mrs. Mildred Chartier Raymond ’55 Mrs. Elizabeth Reale ’69 Ms. Patricia Smith Reed ’54 Mrs. Erin Reynolds ’02 Mrs. Patricia McGreen Rheinberger ’74 Ms. Laura Rhue and Mr. Jason Crepeau Ms. Samantha Ricci ’12 Ms. Stephanie Ricci ’14 Ms. Shannon Kelly Richer ’02 and Mr. Christopher Richer Sister Madeline Rita, RSM Ms. Alexandra Roberti ’15 Ms. Marlene Roberti Mr. and Mrs. A.J. Rockwell Mrs. Dorothy Dodd Rockwell ’45 Ms. Tess Rossi ’16 Ms. Monique Rossignol and Mr. Peter Gladziszewski Mrs. Kimberly Clark Rowland ’90 Mrs. Janice Rowlands and Mr. Edward Rowlands Mrs. Joan Genest Roy ’59

Ms. Courtney Rusnak ’07 Mrs. Kelsey Rainone Rustad ’06 Dr. Lauren DeCaporale Ryan ’02 Ms. Ann Marie Luca Sabitoni ’60 Ms. Heather Sadusky ’10 Ms. Patricia Salzillo ’79 Mrs. Evelyn Sanchez Mrs. Jean Skoczylas Sand ’69 Mrs. Georgette Santilli and Mr. Edward Santilli Mrs. Mary Santos Ms. Katey E. Sattel ’24 Ms. Bernadette Kachanis Savoie ’64 Mrs. Elizabeth Ratcliffe Schultz ’80 Dr. Katharine SedivyHaley, Ph.D. ’08 Mrs. Casey Doyle Seitz ’06 Mrs. Roberta Walsh Selsor ’52 Ms. Elizabeth Fiore Serra ’65 Mrs. Rosemary DeMitri Sheets ’69 Mrs. Patricia Walsh Simard ’52

Ms. Amanda Simon Ms. Francesca Simone ’03 Mrs. Stacia SimonianMullen ’92 Ms. Marcia Sirois Ms. Vernita Sitton Mrs. Christa Tucker Skipworth ’06 Ms. Londyn Skomro ’30 Mrs. Mary Smith and Mr. Richard Smith Mrs. Rosemary Carty Smith ’64 Ms. Aubrey Sneesby Ms. Lisa Soderlund ’81 Mrs. Ann Soscia Mr. John Sousa Mrs. Jill Fontaine Souza ’87 Ms. Ana-Maria Spencer ’02 Mrs. Toni-Maria Spencer and Mr. Richard Spencer Mrs. Stephanie Thomson Stephenson ’00 Mr. Scott Sullivan Mrs. Nancy Greenan Sutton ’64 Mrs. Donna Ruggiero Sweeney

Mrs. Eileen Tally and Mr. John Tally Ms. Johanna Taylor Mrs. Dawn Chapman Terry and Mr. Glenn Terry Mrs. Lindsey Braga Tine ’06 Mrs. Anne Conley Topazio ’11 Mrs. Lucia Tracy Trans-Link Mrs. Rowena Washburn Tremaine ’73 and Mr. Laurence Tremaine Ms. Kathleen O’Connell Tripp, RN ’69 Mrs. Kimberly Tuchon and Mr. David Tuchon Mrs. Carol Sherry Turnier ’64 Mrs. Kathryn Donnelly Upham ’71 Mr. Manuel Vales III and Mrs. Jacqueline Vales Mrs. Maria Vallee and Mr. Michael Vallee Mrs. Erin Beiermann Valutkevich ’90 Ms. Katia DeMello Moniz Vaughan ’91 Mrs. Mary-Frances Perroni Vesey ’83

Mrs. Mary Gleason Viera ’83 Ms. Lili Lan Visgilio ’14 Sister Aliceann Walsh, RSM Mrs. Jennifer Waycott and Mr. David Waycott, Jr. Ms. MaryLee Giamo Weaver Mrs. Kathleen Platt West ’75 Ms. Lynn Wilbur Ms. Megan Wilkins ’02 Ms. Joan Wilkinson Mrs. Erin Marvin Williams and Mr. Geoffrey Williams Mrs. Sarah Williamson Ms. Liz Wing Mrs. Cathy-Ann Walsh Winston ’70 Mrs. Margaret Mullen Wroe ’69 Ms. Patricia Squizzero Yanikoski ’73 Mrs. Kristen Zabbo Mrs. Lauren Zanfardino ’01 Dr. Sarah E. Zeiser ’02 Mrs. Lynn Montagano Zeuthen ’93 Ms. Robin Zurybida

Greta Redleaf ’21, Gold Key, Photography

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Alumnae Donors By Class * = deceased

CLASS OF ’45 Mrs. Therese Sevigny Griffin Mrs. Dorothy Dodd Rockwell

CLASS OF ’46 Mrs. Anne-Louise Mello Gracyalny Mrs. Eileen Brosnihan Schoen

CLASS OF ’47 Ms. Frances Ferreira Collins

CLASS OF ’48 Ms. Mildred Dougherty Hibben Mrs. Marjorie Powers Mazika

CLASS OF ’49 Ms. Clara Jeffery Ms. Claire Masterson, RN

CLASS OF ’50 Mrs. Mary McGowan Walsh

CLASS OF ’51 Mrs. Grace Harrington Dessert Mrs. Helen Russell Henley Mrs. Dorothy Leite Martin Mrs. Estelle Ferraro Misto Ms. Anna Sylvester

| GIVING | Mrs. Mary Anne Flannery Harrington Sister Diane Pederzani, RSM Ms. Loretta Smith Reed Mrs. Phyllis McDole Tracy

CLASS OF ’55 Mrs. Patricia Quinn Benz Mrs. Roberta Fitzgerald Mrs. Janice Fuller Gaudreau Mrs. Joanne Walsh Haggerty Mrs. Ruth Spetrini Hatch Mrs. Mildred Chartier Raymond

CLASS OF ’56 Mrs. Gertrude St. Jacques Connolly Mrs. Kathleen Varrieur Dugan, RN Mrs. Agnes Parkinson Fox Mrs. Maureen Palmer Hanrahan Ms. Helena D’Almeida Matthews Ms. Ellen Walker Pietrzyk Ms. Louise Ryan Sullivan Sister Marianna Sylvester, RSM Mrs. Ann O’Brien Wickersham

CLASS OF ’57

Mrs. Barbara Lyons Binegar Mrs. Joan Gormley Darcey* Mrs. Shirleyann Ashton Gavitt Mrs. Charlene Egan Mullen Mrs. Helen Crowley Murphy Sister Sheila O’Brien, RSM Mrs. Roberta Walsh Selsor Mrs. Patricia Walsh Simard Mrs. Ann Dalton Sousa

Ms. June Carmello Barton Mrs. Susan Connell Charbonneau Sister Elizabeth Doyle, RSM Mrs. M. Joan Hetu Farrell Ms. Earlene Mara Mrs. Carol Bride McCarthy Mrs. Virginia Wayland McCoy Ms. Judith Brown McMahon Mrs. Patricia Galleshaw Messere Sister Martha Mulligan, RSM

CLASS OF ’53

CLASS OF ’58

CLASS OF ’52

Ms. Marian Steinwachs Bolduc Ms. Dorothy Misunas Campbell Mrs. Carol Poirier DeCubellis Ms. Ann Sloan Mrs. Kathleen Goggin Svec Mrs. Teresa Misto Tavares

Mrs. Barbara Cahalan Bierig Ms. Cynthia Coyle Mrs. Lydia Galego Kay Mrs. Harriet Martin Rocha Ms. Marcia Trainor Mrs. Patricia S. Smith Williams

CLASS OF ’54

Ms. Sheila Hopkins* Ms. Susan Hyde Ms. Mary Kane Keep

Mrs. Judith Dodd Giblin

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CLASS OF ’59

Mrs. Mary Houde Mann Mrs. Carolyn Lindley Mulligan Mrs. Joan Genest Roy Mrs. Judith Shanley Sawyer Mrs. Mary D’Agostino Stiles

CLASS OF ’60 Ms. Norma Allen Mrs. Margaret Blais Chace Ms. Jean Frova Gran Ms. Joan Jamrog Mrs. Linda Szeliga McCabe Mrs. Eleanor Del Vicario Pelletier Ms. Ann Marie Luca Sabitoni

CLASS OF ’61 Ms. Virginia Gormley Albright Ms. Linda Pepowski Cappuccilli Mrs. Gloria Caretti Clough, RN Ms. Catherine Beyer Hurst Mrs. Ellen Sewall Mara Ms. Mary McGinn Ms. Claudia McLaughlin Ms. Patricia McNulty Mrs. Barbara Thayer Monaghan Mrs. Marguerite Hyde Truesdale, RN Mrs. Jane Forgiel Vaccaro Ms. Carolyn Wright

CLASS OF ’62 Mrs. Catherine Sullivan Nelson Allen Ms. Marcia Basler Mrs. Pamela Hudson Beggan Ms. Ann Murphy Bellotti Mrs. Nancy Houle DeAngelis Mrs. Sandra Puerini Del Sesto Ms. Genevieve Foley, RN Mrs. Evelyn Nerone Kiley Ms. Mary Masse Ms. Maura O’Rourke Mrs. Maureen O’Donnell Phalen Mrs. Catherine Hammer Pirri Mrs. Maria Bernardo Rondeau Mrs. Maureen O’Brien Viall

CLASS OF ’63 Mrs. Patricia White Baker Mrs. Dolores Garzoli Savage Mrs. Maureen Kilcline Schweitzer

CLASS OF ’64 Mrs. Katherine Forgiel Bardzik Mrs. Susan McKeough Blake Ms. Ruth Struck Conway Mrs. Sandra Famiglietti D’Alessandro Mrs. Jeanine Sullivan Doane Mrs. Kathleen Mosher Egan Ms. Judith Dow Grant Mrs. Mary Heatherton Greenan Mrs. Eileen Pangborn Kelly Dr. Mary Ann Maguire, Ph.D. Ms. Jean Mollicone Mrs. Marguerite Marsella Odeh Ms. Joan McQueeney Pucino Ms. Bernadette Kachanis Savoie Mrs. Rosemary Carty Smith Mrs. Nancy Greenan Sutton Ms. Linda Parisi Taylor Mrs. Carol Sherry Turnier Mrs. Karen Beauvais Wilkens

CLASS OF ’65 Mrs. Anne Kane Coman Mrs. Mary Rebello Grace Mrs. Pamela Sullivan Guarino Mrs. Elizabeth Mullen Kavanagh Ms. Elizabeth Conaty Misisco Ms. Joanne Quinn Ms. Elizabeth Fiore Serra Ms. Deborah Rhude Shuster

CLASS OF ’66 Anonymous (2) Mrs. Diane Reilly Andrade Ms. Patricia Davis Mrs. Joanne Jacquard DiMario Mrs. Paula Mullen Horan Mrs. Sandra Ferranti Korn Mrs. Mary Ann Cardillo Lilla, RN Ms. Angela Fabrizio Marcelynas Mrs. Margaret Poland Marcotte Mrs. Mary Fogarty McAndrew Ms. Mary McElroy Ms. Judith McLaren Ms. Louise McMahon Mrs. Cynthia Dunn Palmieri Mrs. Marcia Mitchell Pelli Ms. Jo Ann Newth Sell

Madam Marilyn Cocozza Trillo

CLASS OF ’67 Mrs. Deborah Dettore Angelo Ms. Paula Keene Baker Mrs. Cynthia Taft Bayerl, R.D. Mrs. Anne Savage Carty Ms. Elizabeth Del Padre Mrs. Anne Wernig Echeverria Mrs. Deborah Howrie Horvath Mrs. Colleen Lonergan Lautieri Ms. Mary Macdonald Ms. Emily Marotti Mrs. Linda Campbell Mitchell Mrs. Susan Cooney Murphy Mrs. Anne Caroselli Reenstierna Mrs. Joan Marcoullier Regan Mrs. Ruth Hodge Rezendes Ms. Roberta Leonelli Stevens Mrs. Anna Veltri Sullivan Mrs. Donna Davis Vanderbeck Mrs. Mary Callahan Varnum

CLASS OF ’68 Mrs. Christine Maloney Anderson Ms. Maureen Hackett Dastous Mrs. Patricia Sullivan Holthaus Mrs. Catherine Winn Kamowski Mrs. Susan Corry Luz, RN Mrs. Gertrude Bowen Mandeville Ms. Jayne Martin Mrs. Joan Audet Osowa Dr. Mary Pickett, Ph.D. Mrs. Andrea Carnevale Pitts Ms. Nancy Prendergast Mrs. Joan Wernig Sorensen Ms. Deborah Sullivan Ms. Deborah Urciuoli

CLASS OF ’69 Ms. Ellen Rogers Amoroso Mrs. Lucille Palmisciano Andolfo Ms. Jane Argentieri Ms. Barbara Casey Mrs. Maureen Lister Crisafulli Mrs. Ann Marie Iadevaia Cummings

Mrs. Cynthia Esposito Del Sesto Mrs. Marilyn Remarski DiMicco Ms. Susan Keene Caldwell Donaldson Mrs. Shirley DeCotis Eliason Mrs. Pamela Andrade Gibbs Judge Maureen McKenna Goldberg Mrs. Donna Fontes Gorton Ms. Pamela Saccoccia Jackvony Mrs. Angela Reo Kasper Mrs. Nancy Williamson Kunce Ms. Jacquelyn Martin Ms. Jacqueline McCormick Mrs. Maureen Cassidy Outlaw Mrs. Christine Mellone Phillips Dr. Patricia Raymond, Ph.D. Mrs. Elizabeth Reale Mrs. Jean Skoczylas Sand Ms. Vera Veltri Scalise Mrs. Rosemary DeMitri Sheets Ms. Kathleen O’Connell Tripp, RN Mrs. Patricia McCarthy Winters Mrs. Margaret Mullen Wroe

CLASS OF ’70 Anonymous (1) Ms. Mary Patricia Azevedo Dr. Karen Bigos Brennan Mrs. Elizabeth Slavin Brown Ms. Alicia Cooney Mrs. Jeanne Pucci Dolan Mrs. Karen Simas Fox Mrs. Linda McMahon Hyduk Mrs. Georgann McCulloch Lardaro Mrs. Patricia Kelly McManus Mrs. Margaret McKenna Neubauer Mrs. Jane O’Brien Rufino Ms. Mary Lou Savage, Esq. Mrs. Cathy-Ann Walsh Winston

Amy Gabarra ’96 and her daughter, Julia ’30

BACK TO THE BAY My Bay View career, as I call it, began in the seventh grade. My great aunt, Mary (Sugrue) O’Brien ’46, attended Bay View many years earlier, but beyond that it was all new to me. I credit my experiences at Bay View for much more than what I learned in my classes. Setting aside the exceptional education, my time at Bay View made me the independent and competent woman I am today. Not since 1996 had I set foot on the Bay View campus. My daughter Julia was turning 3 in the fall and my mom encouraged me to see the preschool program in action. (It takes a village!) Sight unseen, I was already interested in sending Julia to Bay View for kindergarten. Single-sex education is important to me, and where better to get that and instill Mercy values if not my alma mater. To start, I was beyond impressed with my guides – two upperclasswomen who were serving as ambassadors. They brought me from classroom to classroom, greeting each teacher and expertly answering my questions. This, I thought, is what I want for Julia. To become capable like these two young women. Additionally, the time I spent in the preschool program wowed me. My plan changed immediately after my visit. I wasn’t waiting until kindergarten to enroll Julia. Fast forward to present day. Julia is in third grade and in her sixth year at Bay View. That’s really hard for me to believe because I attended Bay View for only six years in all! Julia truly loves Bay View – her friends, teachers and classes. We both feel that we are part of the Bay View community. In fact, upon returning to campus after our COVID-19-induced break, Julia remarked to me, “Mom, I just love this place!” It could not be clearer; I made the right choice. I would encourage any alumna with a daughter to “come back to the Bay” for an Open House. I’m so glad I did. – Amy Gabarra ’96

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| GIVING | CLASS OF ’71

CLASS OF ’75

Anonymous (1) Mrs. Karen Cooney Burke Ms. Dorothy Elkin Mrs. Marie Campagna Franklin Mrs. Patricia Hill Lock Mrs. Maureen Kelly Longo Ms. Nancy Lenehan Matyas Dr. Margaret McGuinness Ms. Debbie O’Connell Mrs. Linda Radoccia Pulichino Mrs. Kathryn Donnelly Upham

Dr. Patricia D’Almeida Averill, DVM Ms. Margaret Brodeur Judge Laureen Quaranto D’Ambra Dr. Patricia DeGiulio, MD Dr. Ann Martino Dombrowski Mrs. Mary Capalbo Engle Mrs. Kathryn Nassaney Johnston Mrs. Rosemary DePetro Orlando Mrs. Gail Beaudoin Palazzolo Ms. Joanne Schenck Mrs. Martha Flynn Tasca Dr. Jacqueline Tetreault, MD Mrs. Kathleen Platt West

CLASS OF ’72 Dr. Darlene Regula Ferland, Ph.D. Ms. Diana Letourneau Ms. Kathleen Marra Ms. Virginia McCann Mrs. Maureen McCabe Oberg Mrs. Karen Duffy Wallace Ms. Elaine DiFilippo Wallor

CLASS OF ’73

Sandy Zhou ’20, Silver Key, Art Portfolio

Dr. Ann Galligan, Ph.D. Mrs. Elizabeth Hill Gutierrez Ms. Patricia Leddy Mrs. Diane Uhlmann McCally Mrs. Mary McMahon Ms. Jane Wernig Metzger Mrs. Rowena Washburn Tremaine Ms. Susan Wyatt Ms. Patricia Squizzero Yanikoski

CLASS OF ’74

Madelyn Weir ’20, Silver Key, Drawing and Illustration

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Mrs. Mary Palombo Cicerelli Ms. Patricia Darcy Condon Mrs. Suzanne Cooper Dias Mrs. Barbara Palmisciano Emerson Mrs. Jean Miley Ferry Dr. Lynn DeCarvalho Maher Mrs. Cynthia Nelson Marr, CRNA Ms. Cheryl McDonald Mrs. Patricia McGreen Rheinberger Mrs. Ann Rockwell Roe Mrs. Gail Haytaian Thompson Mrs. Maureen Walsh

CLASS OF ’76 Ms. Susan Campagna Mrs. Mary Patricia Cooney Dandrea Ms. Kelly Karpik, RN Ms. Karen Mansolillo

CLASS OF ’77

Mrs. Susan Mitchell Faasse Dr. Lisa Ferreira Ferreira Ms. Barbara Fox Ms. Jacquelyn French Mrs. Bridget Delaney Kyle Ms. Joanne Maniche Mrs. Cecile Solomon Roberti Mrs. Elizabeth Ratcliffe Schultz Mrs. Catherine Splaine Sousa Dr. Catherine VieiraBaker, Ph.D.

CLASS OF ’81 Mrs. Mary Ellen Dame Casey Mrs. Kathleen Cawley Ms. Karen Fontes Ms. Therese Langlois Ms. Marylu Notarianni Nadeau Ms. Katherine Patrick Ms. Renee Pratt Mrs. Lisa Briganti Rein Ms. Lisa Soderlund

CLASS OF ’82

Mrs. Patrice Holton Benz Dr. Cynthia Coughlin Hanna, MD Mrs. Anne Sullivan Hird Dr. Janice Kando, MD Mrs. Kathleen O’Neill Oliverio Mrs. Lianne Andreoni Paolino

Mrs. Judith Giannini Aguilera Mrs. Lisa O’Brien Bechard Mrs. Mary-Ann Agresti Bishop Ms. Mary Beth Blessing Mrs. Ellen Fox Davis Ms. Eileen O’Grady Mrs. Bethany D’Amico Stutts

CLASS OF ’78

CLASS OF ’83

Mrs. Regina Germershausen Bell Ms. Suzanne Cannon Ms. Lisa Capalbo Ms. Eileen Reynolds Kennedy Ms. Maria MacLellan Mrs. Nancy Nero Panciocco

Mrs. Eileen Cawley Azar Ms. Lorna Briganti Mrs. Jeannine Brisson Dugas Mrs. Ellen Andrews Manocchia Dr. Leslie Olton Mrs. Diane Langlais Quintanar Mrs. Mary-Frances Perroni Vesey Mrs. Mary Gleason Viera

CLASS OF ’79 Mrs. Lisa Amore Bogner Mrs. Lori DiPrete Brown Mrs. Denise Denisewich Dauray Mrs. Michaela Wood Juliana Ms. Jo-Ann Romano Molinaro Mrs. Marybeth Affleck Nacey Ms. Laura Raposa Ms. Patricia Salzillo

CLASS OF ’80 Mrs. Sharon Quirk Capuano Mrs. Lori Nunes Cote, CPA

CLASS OF ’84 Mrs. Ann Marie Zottola Breslin Mrs. Erica Pappas Cross Mrs. Kirsten Brown Harvey Mrs. Margaret HollandMcDuff Mrs. Dana Cunningham Maciel

Mrs. Stephanie Lucas Malloch Mrs. Mary Beth Bucklad Mooney Mrs. Gretchen Ziegler Newsome

CLASS OF ’85 Ms. Tracey Carpenter Sister Maria Iannuccillo, SSND Ms. Elissa Coletta O’Brien

CLASS OF ’86 Mrs. Michelle Major Bucci Mrs. Gina Monaco DiGregorio Mrs. Kimberly Giacchi Fraioli Ms. Kara Marziali Mrs. Wendy Barboza Middendorf

CLASS OF ’87 Ms. Melissa Brenton Ayres Mrs. Gina Ottaviano Clement Mrs. Katherine Sharman Egan Mrs. Maryann Munroe Hottenstein Dr. Kimberly Hill Janson, Ph.D. Ms. Sheila Konis, MA Mrs. Sujata Rege Konowitz Ms. Lucille Medeiros Mrs. Michelle Colomb Miscedra Mrs. Lynda Owens Nelson Mrs. Elena Byrne Nicolella Mrs. Michelle Paolantonio-Stetler Mrs. Lori Fleming Pezzullo Mrs. Jill Fontaine Souza Mrs. Kelley Anne Laurie Tinaro

CLASS OF ’88 Dr. Sharen Barboza Mrs. Jamie Curci Carter Mrs. Rebecca Burke Malone Mrs. Amy Cashore Mariani Ms. Shannon Mckenna Mrs. Kerri Morey-Phillips Mrs. Ellen McKee Staebler

CLASS OF ’89 Mrs. Leah DeFelice Alduino Dr. Denise Arcand Mrs. Nicole ChoiniereKroeker Mrs. Kerri Cronan Dowdell

Mrs. Michelle Tordoff Dumas Mrs. Holly DeSimone Ialongo Mrs. Cathy King The Honorable Erika Kruse-Weller, Esq. Ms. Carol-Anne Lauzier Ms. Kristina Bert LeDuc Mrs. Stacey Stefanik Peterson Mrs. Heather Donnelly Ponte

CLASS OF ’90 Dr. Gabriella Leite Crane Ms. Alison Croke Mrs. Donna Vescera Duckworth Ms. Kimberly DaCosta Kavanagh Ms. Jodi Botelho Leffingwell Mrs. Dayna Marziali Mendolia Mrs. Susan Tanury Pugh Mrs. Nicole Viau Reminder Mrs. Kimberly Clark Rowland Mrs. Erin Beiermann Valutkevich

CLASS OF ’91 Mrs. Tara Bongiorni Ajello Ms. Lisa Barbary Mrs. Tracy Longo Guerra Mrs. Nadja Nascimento McLintock Mrs. Loretta Casey Oberholtzer Ms. Kathryn Lamothe Sinniger Mrs. Bethany Mascena Tracy Ms. Katia DeMello Moniz Vaughan Mrs. Rebecca Morency Warr, Esq.

CLASS OF ’92 Mrs. Holly Thompson Bellucci Mrs. Jennifer Petrin Bessette Ms. Bridget Boucher Ms. Kimberly Cain Ms. Nancy Farias Capozziello Mrs. Amy Small Ciarcia Mrs. Kimberly Castro DeCosta Ms. Chrystena Ewen Mrs. Cara Grossman Groomes Ms. Dorian Borges Havers Ms. Jennifer Turner Jacobson Ms. Aimee Forshee Keenan

Mrs. Julie Piccirilli Krause Mrs. Bethany Avila Lane Ms. Gina Larson Larson-Stoller Dr. Amanda Marcotte, Ph.D. Mrs. Kerri McGowan-Lowrey Ms. Heather Quigley Nogueira Mrs. Nancy Rego Sevich Mrs. Ann Marie Vest Shattuck Mrs. Stacia Simonian-Mullen Ms. Janet Tanury Mrs. Gina Tognoni-Chiarello Mrs. Alicia Cipriano Walsh

CLASS OF ’93 Mrs. Claire D’Alesandre Atwell Ms. Deanna Beirne Ms. Amy Gravell Dr. Jill Guindon-Nasir Mrs. Cheryl ManuppelliKinch Ms. Alexis Webster Mrs. Lynn Montagano Zeuthen

CLASS OF ’94 Anonymous (1) Mrs. Sarah Fitzpatrick Bagley Mrs. Elizabeth Conboy Bartone, RN Mrs. Megan Rezendes Begnoche Ms. Kristen Connolly Mrs. Dana Damiani D’Orsi Ms. Christine DeTomasis, RN Mrs. Julie Patalano Hamil, Esq. Ms. Christina Pacheco Lao Mrs. Brenda McCreadie Lema Ms. Heather Luiz Ms. Jaime Carter McKenna Ms. Jamie Medeiros Mrs. Deborah Correia Morales Mrs. Stephanie LaFazia Parsons Mrs. Kathryn PowersPeterson Ms. Laura Sorensen Mrs. Lisa Tammelleo-Casey

CLASS OF ’95 Anonymous (2) Mrs. Kelly Birkes Coelho Mrs. Amy Marcello Exter Dr. Nichole Mancone Fisher

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CLASS OF ’96 Mrs. Kara Sasso Badgley Mrs. Cathy Pezzullo Baker Ms. Sara Fontes Ball Mrs. Karen Hudson Desrosiers Ms. Melissa Donahue Mrs. Meghan Brown Fisher Ms. Jessica Massey Ms. Lisa DosAnjos Pariseault

CLASS OF ’97 Anonymous (1) Mrs. Jill Rybka Cormier Mrs. Melissa Krekorian Finger Ms. Amy Gaskin Mrs. Danielle Archibald Kachapis Professor Stacey Lantagne Ms. Suzanne Minassian Livingston Ms. Kate Neubauer Mrs. Katelyn Connolly Petteruti

CLASS OF ’98 Anonymous (2) Mrs. Nicole Serra Buco Mrs. Erin Cuddy Charpentier Lieutenant Colonel Justine Dufault Ms. Sue Figueira Ms. Erin Hanna Ms. Katie McAtee Ms. Melissa Murray Mrs. Gina Messore Palano Mrs. Tarah Solomon Provencal, Esq. Mrs. Nina Ramos Rose Mrs. Danielle DeHart Turrell Ms. Tara Walsh

CLASS OF ’99 Mrs. Ann Lorincz Alsfeld Mrs. Kerri Machado Baker Ms. Andrea Bourque Ms. Elizabeth Demers Ms. Emily Gilcreast Mrs. Jennifer Cronan Gniazdowski Mrs. Jillian Newkirk Kenney Ms. Aubrey Lombardo Mrs. Brianne Kowalski Mellott

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CLASS OF ’00 Anonymous (1) Mrs. Elizabeth Servant Basile Ms. Michelle Beauregard Mrs. Jessica Cardillo Douglas Mrs. Theresa D’Alfonso Florio Mrs. Marchelle Jacques-Yarde Mrs. Maria Messore Jones Mrs. Abigail Treglia LaDue Ms. Rebecca Murray Mrs. Kendall Lima Purdy Mrs. Stephanie Thomson Stephenson Mrs. Lindsay Carvalho Sullivan Mrs. Danielle Lima Taglianetti

CLASS OF ’01 Ms. Sarah DeCataldo Mrs. Elizabeth Stowe Fennell Ms. Laura Gilcreast Ms. Dadriana Lepore Ms. Carolyn Lubrano Mrs. Katherine Murphy Manning Mrs. Stacey Thompson Matrullo Mrs. Gabrielle Provencal McVicker Mrs. Alyson Seitsinger Miller Mrs. Lacy Perry Ms. Mollie Richardson Dr. Cara Sammartino Mrs. Lauren Zanfardino

CLASS OF ’02 Ms. Katherine Adams Mrs. Krystal Carcieri Carnes Ms. Irene Cipolla Ms. Milissa Garrity Mrs. Tara Dias Grant Mrs. Katherine Hughes-Pucci Mrs. Stephanie Smith Isidoro Mrs. Margaret Lero Larson Mrs. Erin Reynolds Price Ms. Shannon Kelly Richer Dr. Lauren DeCaporale Ryan Ms. Ana-Maria Spencer Ms. Megan Wilkins Dr. Sarah Zeiser

CLASS OF ’03 Ms. Pamela Campellone Bartolini Ms. Laura Bedrossian

Ms. Elizabeth Benz Ms. Amanda Lauro Cox Mrs. Kerrin Nagle DuBee Ms. Theresa Shea Duffer Ms. Ashley Ferranti Dr. Kendall Lord Reynolds Ms. Francesca Simone Ms. Valerie Tobia

CLASS OF ’04 Ms. Katherine Nixon Anania

CLASS OF ’05 Anonymous (2) Ms. Cara Annese Ms. Hannah Catabia Mrs. Meredith Miller Cohen Ms. Cailyne Ghazarian Ms. Angela Milas Hernandez Mrs. Lillian Asquith Horan Ms. Jillian Houle Hess, RN

CLASS OF ’06 Ms. Lauren Cotta Mrs. Alexandra Goldberg Kavanagh Ms. Lisa McKenna Ms. Liza Mesagno Mrs. Marcia Newbert-Eslami Mrs. Katherine Jurczyk Pomplun Ms. Beth Raposo Mrs. Kelsey Rainone Rustad Mrs. Casey Doyle Seitz Mrs. Christa Tucker Skipworth Mrs. Lindsey Braga Tine

CLASS OF ’07 Mrs. Eileen Marran Edwards Ms. Whitney Lincoln Ms. Olivia Pezzullo Ms. Courtney Rusnak

CLASS OF ’08 Ms. Allison Averill Mrs. Taylor Cotter Bruneaux Ms. Alison Canino Ms. Hannah Feitelberg Ms. Victoria Marks Ms. Kimberly Pelland Ms. Hannah Perry Ms. Emily Reinhardt Dr. Katharine SedivyHaley, Ph.D.

CLASS OF ’09 Ms. Katherine Clair Ms. Miriam Dash

Ms. Eleanor DiBiasio Ms. Amanda Garganese Ms. Caitlin Kennedy Ms. Alexandra Miga Ms. Grace Neubauer

Ms. Hannah Lee Ms. Jill Mennucci Ms. Emily Petrie Ms. Chiara Ponko

CLASS OF ’10

Ms. Emma Alfred Ms. Molly Burke Ms. Shannon Coffey Ms. Cristina Marsocci Ms. Devan Miller Ms. Caitlin Ponko Ms. Stephanie Ricci Ms. Lili Lan Visgilio

Ms. Ashley Alessandrini Ms. Jane Baruch Ms. Stephanie Beaudette Ms. Melissa Bobotas Ms. Olivia Culpo Ms. Michaela Ferreira Ms. Meredith Grace Ms. Carolyn Haddad Ms. Kelly Harrop Ms. Laura Hattoy Miss Elizabeth Jones Ms. Emily Lombardo Mrs. Dominique Girardi Martin Ms. Kathryn Martin Ms. Lauren Moore Ms. Heather Sadusky

CLASS OF ’11 Ms. Alexa Brynes Ms. Bethany Douglas Ms. Courtney Ferreira Ms. Jaclyn Gagnon Mrs. Lindsay Martin Gearheart Ms. Amanda Grattan, MA Ms. Bianca Iannitti Ms. Jenna Mangiarelli Ms. Samantha Miga Ms. Katherine Rockwell Mrs. Anne Conley Topazio

CLASS OF ’14

CLASS OF ’15 Ms. Abigail Burke Ms. Morgan Burke Ms. Sarah Lathrop Ms. Marcella Mazzenga Ms. Julia Pezzullo Ms. Alexandra Roberti Ms. Jacklyn Wilson

CLASS OF ’16 Ms. Isabelle Bolanos Ms. Mikaela Lee Ms. Tess Rossi

CLASS OF ’17 Ms. MacKenzie Grenier Ms. Krystyna Kula Ms. Jillian Lee Ms. Olivia Soccio

CLASS OF ’18 Ms. Victoria Egan

Ms. Gabrielle Kumar Ms. Isabella Lanna

Memorial Gifts In Memory of Harry W. Asquith Mrs. Lillian Asquith Horan ’05 In Memory of Maureen Barry Mrs. Lianne Andreoni Paolino ’77 In Memory of Anne Campagna Ms. Susan Campagna ’76 In Memory of Maureen C. Foley Canny, RN ’57 Mrs. Kathleen Varrieur Dugan, RN ’56

In Memory of Jane M. Connell ’59 Mrs. Susan Connell Charbonneau ’57 In Memory of John J. Coughlin Dr. Cynthia Coughlin Hanna, MD ’77 In Memory of Christine Crowley, RSM Ms. Ashley Ferranti ’03 In Memory of the Deceased Alumnae from the Class of 1961 Ms. Mary McGinn ’61

In Memory of Alice McCann Green Ms. Virginia McCann ’72 In Memory of Francis Gribbin Mrs. Beverly Gribbin and Mr. Daniel Gribbin Ms. Kathleen Gribbin Raposo In Memory of Annabel Hanna Ms. Erin Hanna ‘98 Mr. Mark Hanna

In Memory of Alice C. Clancy Ms. Mary Connolly Ms. Nancy Cassidy Schreck and Mr. Jeffrey Schreck

In Memory of Sister Mary Edward, RSM Mrs. Anne-Louise Mello Gracyalny ’46 Mrs. Patricia Lock ’71

In Memory of Katherine Hill Mrs. Elizabeth HillGutierrez ’73

In Memory of Benjamin E. Cocozza The Honorable Erika Kruse-Weller, Esq. ’89 Madam Marilyn Cocozza Trillo ’66 and Mr. Joseph Trillo

In Memory of Kathleen Miley Faltus, R.N. ’72 Mr. John Faltus

In Memory of Raymond Hill, Sr. Mrs. Elizabeth HillGutierrez ’73

In Memory of Paul E. Fitzgibbons Mrs. Gretchen Ziegler Newsome ’84

In Memory of Virginia E. Serpa Hurd ’69 Mrs. Angela Reo Kasper ’69

In Memory of Denise M. Coleman ’89 Mr. Dennis Coleman

In Memory of Ellen P. Koehler Flaherty ’59

MANHATTAN AT THE BAY

Anonymous (1) Ms. Felicia Baker Dr. Nicole Beaudette, Pharm.D. Ms. Meaghan Bechard Ms. Alexandra Briody Ms. Johanna Dombrowski Ms. Allison Leso Ms. Samantha Ricci

Virtual fundraiser raises over $100,000 for families affected by COVID-19.

Ms. Alexandra Abreu Ms. Katherine Asquith Ms. Dylan Brekka Ms. Adrianna Cardillo Ms. Kayla Fleming Ms. Emily French Ms. Hannah Langfield

In Memory of Cecilie Gagnon Mrs. Cynthia Gagnon and Mr. Ronald Gagnon

In Memory of Lory A. Deconte ’68 Dr. Mary Pickett, Ph.D. ’68

CLASS OF ’12

CLASS OF ’13

Mrs. Ellen Flaherty and Mr. Brian Flaherty

In Memory of Mary Lou Hanley Iamarone ’61 Mr. Daniel Iamarone

A virtual choir performance worthy of Radio City Music Hall kicked off the 37th annual Manhattan at the Bay fundraiser on April 24 and 25, 2020. The annual series of events, held every spring, is typically centered around a cabaret-style musical production led by Christine D. Kavanagh and Diane Gualtieri and presented by the Bay View Players.

The Bay View Players belt out show tunes in a virtual cabaret performance worthy of Radio City Music Hall.

Transformed into a virtual fundraiser because of safety precautions related to COVD-19, the two-day extravaganza raised over $100,000 to benefit the President’s Emergency Relief Fund, established by Sister Marybeth Beretta to provide financial aid to students and families affected by COVID-19.

The 38th Annual Manhattan at the Bay weekend will take place virtually on May 1, 2021. This year, we are excited to announce the establishment of the Christine D. Kavanagh Endowment for the Performing Arts. This endowment will support the performing arts program’s general operations and scholarships for performing arts students. Visit us at www.bayviewacademy.org/manhattan to purchase an angel, sponsor the event, or for more information.

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| GIVING | In Memory of Ronald Pratt Ms. Renee Pratt ’81 In Memory of Marie Pucci Mrs. Jeanne Pucci Dolan ’70 In Memory of Carolyn Mosher Racca ’66 Mrs. Kathleen Mosher Egan ’64 and Mr. James Egan In Memory of Susan M. Reardon Richardson ’65 Ms. Mollie Richardson ’01 In Memory of Josephine M. Salzillo Ms. Patricia Salzillo ’79 In Memory of John L. Savage Ms. Mary Lou Savage, Esq. ’70 In Memory of Virginia A. Savage Ms. Mary Lou Savage, Esq. ’70 In Memory of Elizabeth E. Kennedy Smith ’77 Dr. Janice Kando, MD ’77

Katherine Keating ’20, Silver Key, Digital Art

In Memory of Sharon E. McCarthy Introini ’72 Mrs. Patricia McCarthy Winters ’69

In Memory of Ellen A. Goggin Mahoney ’53 Mrs. Kathleen Goggin Svec ’53

In Memory of Sharon A. Jackvony The Honorable Bernard Jackvony

In Memory of Grace G. McAuliffe Sister Elizabeth McAuliffe, RSM

In Memory of Linda A. Fidrych Kinski ’64 Ms. Heidi Patalano ’99

In Memory of M. Bernard McCann, RSM Mrs. Sandra Puerini Del Sesto ’62 and Mr. Richard Del Sesto

In Memory of Brenda H. Koehler Laundry ’56 Mrs. Roberta Fitzgerald ’55 In Memory of Eleanor A. Lipham Mr. John Lipham In Memory of Ann G. Loffredo ’68 Mrs. Ann Costanza Oller In Memory of Donna M. Loffredo ’72 Mrs. Ann Costanza Oller In Memory of Eleanor A. Fry Lynch ’51 Mrs. Maureen Lynch and Mr. Matthew Lynch

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In Memory of Kathleen H. McKenna McCahey ’67 Ms. Grace Neubauer ’09 Mrs. Margaret McKenna Neubauer ’70 and Mr. John Neubauer In Memory of Margaret E. McElroy ’58 Mrs. Ann Marie Zottola Breslin ’84 In Memory of Ann E. McGuire ’70 Mrs. Cathy-Ann Walsh Winston ’70

In Memory of Alice McNally Mrs. Cynthia Taft Bayerl, R.D. ’67

In Memory of Margaret O’Brien Sister Sheila O’Brien, RSM ’52

In Memory of Anna C. McNally ’12 Mrs. Cynthia Taft Bayerl, R.D. ’67

In Memory of Deborah A. O’Connell ’87 Mrs. Kimberly O’Connell and Mr. Jeremiah O’Connell

In Memory of Barbara A. Leite Menna ’52 Mrs. Dorothy Leite Martin ’51

In Memory of Marion Janet O’Connell Ms. Kathleen O’Connell Tripp, RN ’69

In Memory of Judith Thibeault Mitiguy ’61 Ms. Claudia McLaughlin ’61 In Memory of Judith A. Mulligan Moore ’55 Sister Martha Mulligan, RSM ’57 In Memory of Ann Morsilli Mr. Richard Beretta Ms. Lois Mahoney In Memory of Margaret Murphy, RSM Dr. Sharen Barboza ’88 In Memory of Thomas Nicholas Ms. Patricia Darcy Condon ’74

In Memory of Etta Giuliani Oliver Ms. Jane Maciel ’22 In Memory of Christine L. Petrarca ’86 Mrs. Helen Petrarca and Mr. Frank Petrarca In Memory of Alison M. Pochebit ’03 Mrs. Jean Donnelly Pochebit and Dr. Mark Pochebit, DDS In Memory of Maureen Cawley Porell ’77 Mrs. Kathleen Cawley ’81 Mrs. Lianne Andreoni Paolino ’77

In Memory of Mary Stublarec Mrs. Mary Ann Stublarec Quinn and Mr. Thomas Quinn In Memory of Annette B. Swider ’62 Ms. Genevieve Foley, RN ’62 In Memory of Sister Diane Taylor, RSM ’52 Mrs. Kerrin Nagle DuBee ’03 In Memory of Ray and Rosemarie Tomasso Mrs. Catherine Iacono Tomasso and Mr. Raymond Tomasso, Esq. In Memory of Betty Wasson Mrs. Barbara Gribbin Bachand and Mr. Marc Bachand Sister Regina Brennan, RSM Captain Darlene Burke, USN Ms. Colleen Duffy Mrs. Kirsten Hammann Mr. Patrick Knapp Ms. Emily Leary Mrs. Amy Ng and Dr. Thomas Ng Mr. and Mrs. Frank Richard

Mrs. Karen Roll Richards and Mr. Jeffrey Richards Ms. Vernita Sitton Mrs. Mary Ann Snider Ms. Jennifer Wasson Ms. Caron Duffy Young In Memory of Sandra J. Pierson Weintraub ’56 Mrs. Kathleen Varrieur Dugan, RN ’56

Honor Gifts In Honor of Madison Abood ’22 Mr. John Jackson In Honor of Lorenzo Aceto Mrs. Pasqualina Messore and Mr. Eugenio Messore In Honor of Florence Rose Agresti ’54 Mary-Ann Agresti Bishop ’82 In Honor of Victoria Allienello ’17 Mrs. Jamie Richer Quattrini and Mr. Alan Quattrini In Honor of Patricia White Baker ’63 Ms. Laurie White In Honor of Neisa Barbosa ’22 Mrs. Maria Barbosa and Ms. Dirce Barbosa In Honor of the Bay View Faculty and Staff Mrs. Sandra Puerini Del Sesto ’62 and Mr. Richard Del Sesto In Honor of the Bay View Families that are Medical Personnel Mrs. Lori Corelli and Mr. David Corelli In Honor of the Bay View Family Ms. Linda DeAngelis Mrs. Gertrude Bowen Mandeville ’68 In Honor of the Bay View Players Ms. Amy Gravell ’93 Ms. Kara Marziali ’86 Mrs. Susan Tanury Pugh ’90

In Honor of Sister Marybeth Beretta, RSM Sister Nancy Audette, RSM Ms. Anne Casavecchia

In Honor of the Class of 1962 Mrs. Catherine Sullivan Nelson Allen ’62

In Honor of Meghan E. Y. Deveau Betourney ’99 Mrs. Eileen Deveau and Mr. William Deveau, Jr.

In Honor of the Class of 1966 Ms. Patricia Davis ’66

In Honor of the Bianchi Family Mrs. Anne Marie Bianchi

In Honor of the Class of 1968 Ms. Jayne Martin ’68

In Honor of Ariana Bobiak ’26 Ms. Wendy Preston

In Honor of the Class of 1980 Mrs. Elizabeth Ratcliffe Schultz ’80

In Honor of Isabelle Bolanos ’16 Mrs. Maria Bolanos and Mr. Byron Bolanos

In Honor of the Class of 1987 Mrs. Michelle Colomb Miscedra ’87

In Honor of Elizabeth L. Brule ’06 Mrs. Gail Tullson Brule and Mr. Paul Brule

In Honor of the Class of 1989 Mrs. Leah DeFelice Alduino ’89

In Honor of Erica L. Brule ’04 Mrs. Gail Tullson Brule and Mr. Paul Brule

In Honor of the Class of 2020 Ms. Katherine Asquith ’13 Mrs. Kimberly Giacchi Fraioli ’86 and Mr. David Fraioli Ms. Jane LaVallee Mrs. Karen Roll Richards and Mr. Jeffrey Richards

In Honor of Alexandra Buffi ’20 Mrs. Tonya Buffi and Mr. Thomas Buffi In Honor of Frances S. Bumila Mrs. Susan Trautman and Mr. William Trautman In Honor of Melina L. Cabral ’20 Mrs. Donna Therrien Cabral and Mr. Carlos Cabral In Honor of Sister Dianne Carlson, RSM Dr. Lisa Ferreira ’80 In Honor of Jamie Curci Carter ’88 Mr. Jay Carter In Honor of Winn Catabia Ms. Hannah Catabia ’05 In Honor of Lee and Anthony Cece Ms. Patricia Cece Anastadis In Honor of Nicole Choiniere-Kroeker ’89 Mrs. Elizabeth Dunnigan Choiniere and Mr. Raymond Choiniere

In Honor of Mary Connolly Ms. Kristen Connolly ’94 In Honor of Jennifer D. Conway ’09 Mrs. Donna McMann Conway and Mr. Jay Conway In Honor of Eileen F. Dombrow Cooney ’63 Mrs. Karen Cooney Burke ’71 In Honor of Mary K. Darden ’19 Ms. Jennifer Abbate In Honor of Elizabeth F. Kronenberg DiCenso ’98 Mrs. Ruth Kronenberg In Honor of Kathleen Miley Faltus, R.N. ’72 Mrs. Mary Ann Laprise and Mr. Robert Laprise

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| GIVING | In Honor of Gabrielle Grieco ’16 Mrs. Alison Grieco and Mr. Dennis Grieco III In Honor of Diane Gualtieri Ms. Carol Gualtieri Mrs. Alexandra Goldberg Kavanagh ’06 and Mr. Matthew Kavanagh Mrs. Christine D. Kavanagh Ms. Karen Mellor In Honor of Julie Patalano Hamil, Esq. ’94 Mr. Michael Patalano In Honor of Erin Hanna ’98 Mrs. Alexandra Goldberg Kavanagh ’06 and Mr. Matthew Kavanagh In Honor of Angela Milas Hernandez ’05 Mrs. Joan Panichas Milas and Mr. Mathew Milas

Veronica Nelson ’24, Gold Key, Painting

In Honor of Sister Norma Fleming, RSM Ms. Carol Costa Mr. Robert Newbert and Mrs. Mary Jane Newbert In Honor of Sarah Garofano Mr. John Garofano and Mrs. Monika Borbely Garofano In Honor of Kathryn I. Conway Gauthier ’05 Mrs. Donna McMann Conway and Mr. Jay Conway In Honor of Emily Gilcreast ’99 Mr. James Gilcreast, Jr. and Mrs. Mary Gilcreast In Honor of William Goodwin Dr. Lin Chou and Dr. Alfred Chou In Honor of MacKenzie Grenier ’17 Anonymous In Honor of Serena Grenier ’16 Anonymous In Honor of Colleen Gribbin Mrs. Courtney Chambers Bianchi and Mr. Gil Bianchi, Jr.

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Mr. Jeremy Dias Sister Norma Fleming, RSM Mrs. Lee Faber Haines and Mr. Daniel Haines Ms. Erin Hanna ’98 and Mr. Khushal Safi Sister Elizabeth Hathaway, RSM Sister Carol Jussaume, RSM Sister Christine Kavanagh, RSM Ms. Elaine L’Etoile Ms. Jane LaVallee Mrs. Pasqualina Messore and Mr. Eugenio Messore Mrs. Joyce Cicerchia Monaco and Mr. Alfred Monaco Ms. Foqia Mushtaq Mrs. Cecilia Pate Mrs. Jean Petisce-Lynch Mr. Luis Raposo Mrs. Karen Roll Richards and Mr. Jeffrey Richards Mrs. Mary Ann Snider Sister Marianna Sylvester, RSM ’56 In Honor of Joan Walsh Gribbin Ms. Kathleen McCabe Ms. Elizabeth Pascucci and Mr. Joseph Pascucci

In Honor of Kathryn E. Impagliazzo ’03 Mrs. Kathleen Moreland Impagliazzo and Mr. John Impagliazzo In Honor of Helen M. Jacquard ’63 Mrs. Joanne Jacquard DiMario ’66 In Honor of Caroline Kanaczet ’26 Ms. Joan Wilkinson In Honor of Catherine Kando Dr. Janice Kando, MD ’77 In Honor of Alexandra Goldberg Kavanagh ’06 Ms. Erin Hanna ’98 and Mr. Khushal Safi In Honor of Christine D. Kavanagh Sister Norma Fleming, RSM Ms. Amy Gravell ’93 Ms. Diane Gualtieri Ms. Erin Hanna ’98 and Mr. Khushal Safi Mrs. Alexandra Goldberg Kavanagh ’06 and Mr. Matthew Kavanagh Sister Christine Kavanagh, RSM

Mrs. Elizabeth Mullen Kavanagh ’65 Ms. Judith Brown McMahon ’57 Mrs. Patricia Sepe McPhillips and Mr. Kenneth McPhillips Ms. Karen Mellor Mrs. Dayna Marziali Mendolia ’90 In Honor of Erin Kelly ’97 Mrs. Eileen Pangborn Kelly ’64 and Mr. G. Richard Kelly In Honor of Robert Konis, Sr. Ms. Sheila Konis, MA ’87 In Honor of Paula M. Mulligan Kostycz ’62 Sister Martha Mulligan, RSM ’57

In Honor of Julia A. Martin ’24 Mrs. Tracey Martin and Mr. Christopher Martin In Honor of Jaime Carter McKenna ’94 Ms. Laura Sorensen ’94 In Honor of Karen Mellor Mrs. Alexandra Goldberg Kavanagh ’06 and Mr. Matthew Kavanagh In Honor of Francine Miller ’23 Ms. Devan Miller ’14 In Honor of Monique Choiniere Miller ’86 Mrs. Elizabeth Dunnigan Choiniere and Mr. Raymond Choiniere

In Honor of Sarah E. Kronenberg ’03 Mrs. Ruth Kronenberg

In Honor of Susan Cooney Murphy ’67 Mr. James Murphy, Esq.

In Honor of Gabrielle F. Kumar ’18 Ms. Devan Miller ’14

In Honor of Marcia Newbert-Eslami ’06 Mrs. Elizabeth Kilmartin Mr. Robert Newbert and Mrs. Mary Jane Newbert

In Honor of Mia Kumar ’30 Mrs. Janice Fuller Gaudreau ’55 and Mr. William Gaudreau In Honor of Marlene M. Laliberte, RSM Ms. Diane Gualtieri In Honor of Erica R. Langlais Mrs. Diane Langlais Quintanar ’83

In Honor of Barbara M. O’Connell ’68 Dr. Mary Pickett, Ph.D. ’68 In Honor of Marie J. Hebert O’Hara ’78 Mrs. Regina Germershausen Bell ’78 and Mr. Richard Bell

In Honor of Hannah Lee ’13 Mrs. Kathleen B. Lee and Mr. Michael A. Lee

In Honor of Frances C. Paolantanio Mrs. Michelle PaolantonioStetler ’87

In Honor of Jillian Lee ’17 Mrs. Kathleen B. Lee and Mr. Michael A. Lee

In Honor of Heidi Patalano ’99 Mr. Michael Patalano

In Honor of Mikaela Lee ’16 Mrs. Kathleen B. Lee and Mr. Michael A. Lee

In Honor of Cecilia Pate Ms. Nancy Lee Giordano

In Honor of Brittany A. Lizotte ’15 Ms. Kerry Britt In Honor of Barbara M. O’Neil Lowe ’50 Mrs. Diane Comerford and Mr. Peter Comerford

In Honor of Lacy Perry ’01 Mrs. Patricia Smith McKenna and Mr. Patrick McKenna In Honor of Christine L. Petrarca ’86 Ms. Suzanne Dutilly and Mr. John Dutilly

In Honor of Jessica Pezzullo ’20 Mrs. Gina Fleming and Mr. Brian Fleming Ms. Kayla Fleming ’13 Mr. Ralph Fleming, Jr. Ms. Julia Pezzullo ’15 Mrs. Lori Fleming Pezzullo ’87 and Dr. John Pezzullo III Ms. Lauren E. Zanfardino ’01

In Honor of Lindsay Carvalho Sullivan ’00 Mrs. Kieran Carvalho and Mr. Dennis Carvalho

In Honor of Jia Weingard ’22 Mrs. Joyce Albert and Mr. James Albert

In Honor of Sister Mary Sylvia, RSM Mrs. Sandra Ferranti Korn ’66

In Honor of Nancy E. O’Donnell Whitehead ’63 Mrs. Maureen O’Donnell Phalen ’62

In Honor of Gina Tognoni-Chiarello ’92 Ms. Teresa Bridges

In Honor of Julia Pezzullo ’15 Mrs. Lori Fleming Pezzullo ’87 and Dr. John Pezzullo III

In Honor of Albert J. Urciuoli Ms. Deborah A. Urciuoli ’68

In Honor of Lori Fleming Pezzullo ’87 Ms. Julia Pezzullo ’15

In Honor of Alyssa Vallee ’18 Mrs. Maria Vallee and Mr. Michael Vallee

In Honor of Elisha M. Prata ’13 Mrs. Gail Mason Prata and Mr. Robert Prata In Honor of Kayla Prata ’10 Mrs. Gail Mason Prata and Mr. Robert Prata In Honor of Greta C. Redleaf ’21 Ms. Alisa Omert

In Honor of Betty Wasson Ms. Erin Hanna ’98 and Mr. Khushal Safi Ms. Kathy Higgins In Honor of John and Bernice Wayland Mrs. Virginia Wayland McCoy ’57

In Honor of Hannah Wishtischin ’21 Mr. Robert Wishtischin In Honor of Angela Xu ’17 Mrs. Fang Dong and Mr. Wei Dong

Manhattan At The Bay * = deceased

SPOTLIGHT SPONSORS $10,000 Mrs. Barbara Papitto

COSTUME SHOP SPONSORS $2,000 Cleantech Services, Inc. Navigant Credit Union

In Honor of Joan Marcoullier Regan ’67 and John Regan Mrs. Linda Campbell Mitchell ’67 and Mr. Vincent Mitchell In Honor of Sister Mary Reilly, RSM Mrs. Mary Ann Snider In Honor of Hans (Chuck) Runshe Ms. Deborah Runshe In Honor of Sisters of Mercy Ms. Diane Gualtieri Mrs. Karin Layman and Mr. David Layman In Honor of Sisters of Mercy Northeast Sister Sheila Harrington, RSM In Honor of Victoria I. Sousa ’24 Mrs. Dawn Chapman Terry and Mr. Glenn Terry In Honor of Emily Sulanowski ’14 Mrs. Anita Jones, DDS and Mr. James Sulanowski

Lia Gallagher ’23, Gold Key, Painting

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| GIVING | BROADWAY SPONSORS $1,000 Bianchi & Brouillard, P.C. Donnelly’s, Inc. of RI Greenwood Credit Union Mrs. Sandra Ferranti Korn ’66

MCAULEY SPONSORS $500 ANGEL Mr. George Herker Herker Building and Lawn Maintenance, Inc Dr. Kimberly Hill Janson, Ph.D. ’87 and Mr. Michael Janson Janson Associates Mrs. Amy Ng and Dr. Thomas Ng Mrs. Barbara Deitzel Parisella Perry McStay Funeral Home ReFocus, Inc. Mrs. Maryellen Simas Mrs. Dina Ucci and The Honorable Stephen Ucci Dr. Catherine Vieira-Baker, Ph.D. ’80 and Mr. Frank Vieira-Baker, Jr. Windmill Associates, Inc.

MERCY SPONSORS $350 ANGEL Ms. Selina Cortez and Mr. Raymond Cortez Mrs. Margaret Cahill Cummings Mrs. Ann Calderise D’Amico and Mr. Paul D’Amico Mrs. Donna DeMarco Egan and Mr. Daniel Egan Sister Carol Jussaume, RSM Mrs. Maria Cornachione Kula, Ph.D. and Mr. Miroslaw Kula Lawnscapes, Inc. M & G Correira’s Plumbing & Heating Supplies Mrs. Dana Cunningham Maciel ’84 and Mr. Glenn Maciel Mrs. Etta Giuliani Oliver* Ms. Elizabeth Silva Vieira

GENERAL DONATIONS Ms. Joanne Aguiar Ms. Ashley Alessandrini ’10 Ms. Michelle Anderson Ms. Cara Annese ’05 Ms. Laura Bedrossian ’03

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| GIVING | Mrs. Holly Thompson Bellucci ’92 Mrs. Jennifer Petrin Bessette ’92 Mr. Robert Bessette Mrs. Katherine Ross Bosch and Mr. Douglas Bosch Ms. Bridget Boucher ’92 Ms. Alexa Brynes ’11 Ms. Nancy Farias Capozziello ’92 Mrs. Amy Small Ciarcia ’92 Mrs. Meredith Miller Cohen ’05 Ms. Brittney Correia Ms. Alison Croke ’90 Mrs. Kimberly Castro DeCosta ’92 Delta Dental of Rhode Island Dr. Ann Martino Dombrowski ’75 and Mr. Peter Dombrowski Mrs. Kerrin Nagle DuBee ’03 Ms. Courtney Ferreira ’11 Ms. Michaela Ferreira ’10 Mr. Douglas Fisher Flagship Trailways Mrs. Lindsay Martin Gearheart ’11 Ms. Meredith Grace ’10 Ms. Amanda Grattan, MA ’11 Mrs. Cara Grossman Groomes ’92 Ms. Kelly Harrop ’10 Ms. Dorian Borges Havers ’92 Ms. Jillian Hess Houle ’05 Ms. Bianca Iannitti ’11 Ms. Jennifer Turner Jacobson ’92 Kate Bosch Professional Organizing Ms. Kimberly DaCosta Kavanagh ’90 Mrs. Alexandra Goldberg Kavanagh ’06 and Mr. Matthew Kavanagh Ms. Aimee Forshee Keenan ’92 Mrs. Julie Piccirilli Krause ’92 Ms. Gina Larson Larson-Stoller ’92 Ms. Jane Lee Ms. Jenna Mangiarelli ’11 Dr. Amanda Marcotte, Ph.D. ’92

Sister Elizabeth McAuliffe, RSM Ms. Ginny Mccan Mrs. Kerri McGowanLowrey ’92 Ms. Lisa McKenna ’06 Ms. Phyllis Mcphail Mrs. Dayna Marziali Mendolia ’90 Ms. Liza Mesagno ’06 Ms. Lauren Moore ’10 Mrs. Donna Dupuis Policastro and Mr. Thomas Policastro Mr. Michael Ruane Mrs. Kelsey Rainone Rustad ’06 Mrs. Mary Santos Ms. Nancy Cassidy Schreck and Mr. Jeffrey Schreck Ms. Francesca Simone ’03 Mrs. Stacia SimonianMullen ’92 Ms. Marcia Sirois Mrs. Christa Tucker Skipworth ’06 Mrs. Mary Smith and Mr. Richard Smith Ms. Janet Tanury ’92 Ms. Valerie Tobia ’03 Mrs. Anne Conley Topazio ’11 Mrs. Erin Beiermann Valutkevich ’90 Class Angels St. Mary Academy - Bay View Class of 1990 St. Mary Academy - Bay View Class of 1992

Scholarship Benefit Dinner GOLD SPONSOR $5,000 Mrs. Julie Patalano Hamil, Esq. ’94

SILVER SPONSOR $2,500 Ms. Lisa DosAnjos Pariseault ’96 Pride Hyundai of Seekonk

BRONZE SPONSOR $1,500 Hinckley Allen Mrs. Sandra Ferranti Korn ’66 Mrs. Kathleen B. Lee and Mr. Michael A. Lee Mr. Mark Mariani

Mrs. Joan Marcoullier Regan ’67 and Mr. John Regan Mrs. Joan Wernig Sorensen ’68

GENERAL DONATIONS Mrs. Elizabeth Armstrong and Mr. Robert Armstrong Ms. Paula Keene Baker ’67 Benevity Mrs. Valerie Briden and Mr. David Briden Ms. Alison Croke ’90 Mrs. Susan Curran Culpo and Mr. Peter Culpo Mr. Jeremy Dias Mrs. Gina Monaco DiGregorio ’86 and Mr. Pasquale DiGregorio Mrs. Claire Weiland Dolan and Mr. Matthew Dolan Mrs. Barbara Ferraro and Mr. Christopher Ferraro Ms. Jennifer Fonseca Mr. David Hackett Sister Sheila Harrington, RSM Mrs. Karen Harrop and Mr. Kevin Harrop Dr. Kimberly Hill Janson, Ph.D. ’87 and Mr. Michael Janson Janson Associates Mrs. Christine D. Kavanagh The Honorable Erika Kruse-Weller, Esq. ’89 Ms. Aubrey Lombardo ’99 Ms. Mary Macdonald ’67 Mrs. Dana Cunningham Maciel ’84 and Mr. Glenn Maciel Mrs. Stephanie Lucas Malloch ’84 Ms. Alexandra Miga ’09 Mr. Richard Miga, Jr. Ms. Samantha Miga ’11 Mrs. Linda Campbell Mitchell ’67 and Mr. Vincent Mitchell Mrs. Susan Cooney Murphy ’67 and Mr. James Murphy, Esq. Ms. Cynthia Neal Mrs. Amy Ng and Dr. Thomas Ng Mrs. Elena Byrne Nicolella ’87 Ms. Elizabeth Del Padre ’67 Mrs. Barbara Papitto

Mrs. Lori Fleming Pezzullo ’87 and Dr. John Pezzullo III Mrs. Jamie Richer Quattrini and Mr. Alan Quattrini Ms. Kathleen Gribbin Raposo Mr. Luis Raposo Mrs. Ruth Hodge Rezendes ’67 and Mr. John Rezendes Ms. Helen Rosario and Mr. Peter Rodriguez Mrs. Kathleen Ross and Mr. Craig Ross Ms. Nancy Cassidy Schreck and Mr. Jeffrey Schreck Ms. Ann Sloan ’53 Ms. Carolyn Smith Ms. Roberta Leonelli Stevens ’67 Mrs. Anna Veltri Sullivan ’67 Ms. Janet Tanury ’92 Mrs. Mary Callahan Varnum ’67

Gifts-In-Kind Mrs. Ann Marie Donnelly and Mr. Peter Donnelly Donnelly’s, Inc. of RI Mrs. Dana Cunningham Maciel ’84 Ms. Karen Mellor Mrs. Mary Ann Snider Stop & Shop Supermarket

Matching Gift Companies Bank of America Benevity Citizens Bank Delta Dental of Rhode Island Fidelity Foundation Merck Company Foundation United Way Your Cause, LLC

Endowed Gifts Alice Connolly Clancy Endowed Scholarship Fund Established by the Clancy family, this fund provides annual assistance to a student in need. Mr. James Clancy Ms. Kristen Connolly ’94 Ms. Nancy Cassidy Schreck and Mr. Jeffrey Schreck

Francis J. “Hank” Gribbin Endowment Fund Established by the Gribbin family in memory of Francis “Hank” Gribbin, this fund provides annual assistance to a student in need. Mrs. Beverly Gribbin and Mr. Daniel Gribbin Ms. Kathleen Gribbin Raposo Gail Giusti Brennan Endowment Fund Established by the Brennan family in memory of Gail A. Brennan ’71, this fund provides annual assistance to a qualified student. Mr. Dennis Brennan Gottlob Armbrust Family Foundation Endowment Fund This fund provides scholarship assistance to a student in need. Mrs. Maureen Miller and Mr. William Miller The Faltus ’72 Legacy Fund This fund provides annual tuition assistance to the daughter of a Bay View alumna. Mrs. Mary Ann Laprise and Mr. Robert Laprise Kilmartin Endowed Scholarship Fund This fund provides annual financial assistance to a deserving student. Mrs. Elizabeth Kilmartin Sister Eugena Poulin Endowment Fund This fund provides annual financial assistance to a deserving student. Sister Elizabeth McAuliffe, RSM

Bengal Backers LEGEND $500+ Advocacy Solutions Mr. and Mrs. William H. Blais Ms. Pamela Chin Mrs. Claire Weiland Dolan and Mr. Matthew Dolan

Ms. Barbara Fox ’80 Mrs. Kathleen Kazen and Mr. George Kazen Neighborhood Health Plan of Rhode Island Mrs. Kimberly O’Connell and Mr. Jeremiah O’Connell

HALL OF FAME $200 - $499 Dr. Tracey Brennan and Dr. Matthew Brennan Mrs. Donna Therrien Cabral and Mr. Carlos Cabral Mrs. Karen Conley Mrs. Monique Dezotell and Mr. Michael Dezotell Mrs. Lisa Evans and Mr. Pete Evans Mrs. Barbara Ferraro and Mr. Christopher Ferraro Mrs. Anne Sullivan Hird ’77 Mrs. Maryann Munroe Hottenstein ’87 and Mr. Harold Hottenstein, Jr. Mrs. Donna Almonte Lombardi and Mr. Peter Lombardi Ms. Cristina Palo Mr. Gregory Pare and Mrs. Rachel Pare Mrs. Barbara Deitzel Parisella Mrs. Cecilia Pate Ms. Brianna Pelletier ’13 Mrs. Michele Pelletier and Mr. Brian Pelletier Mrs. Mary Ann Stublarec Quinn and Mr. Thomas Quinn Mrs. Mary Vales and Mr. Manuel Vales IV Mrs. Rebecca Morency Warr, Esq. ’91 and Mr. Ronald Warr, Jr.

ALL STAR $100 - $199 Mr. Brian Buchanan Mrs. Janet Pezzullo Cassiere and Mr. Joseph Cassiere Ms. Kathleen Cloxton and Mr. David Cloxton Mrs. Rachael DiChiaro and Mr. Michael DiChiaro Mrs. Gina Monaco DiGregorio ’86 and Mr. Pasquale DiGregorio

Mr. John Garagliano and Mrs. Carol Garagliano Mr. Glenn Jeffrey and Mrs. Cheryl Jeffrey Mrs. Janine Lairmore and Mr. Michael Lairmore Mrs. Carla Manni-Childs and Mr. Dean Childs Mrs. Kathy Newman and Mr. William Newman Mrs. Laura Haggerty Nyman and Mr. Eric Nyman Mrs. Pamela Tirrell Papa and Mr. Kevin Papa Mrs. Erin Plaziak and Mr. David Plaziak Alexandra and Michael Sarnowski Mr. Troy Thibodeau and Mrs. Deborah Thibodeau Mrs. Melissa Thomas and Mr. Peter Thomas Dr. Andrea Wasylow and Mr. Peter Wasylow Mrs. Tammy Keller Weaver and Mr. Scott Weaver Mr. Robert Wishtischin

MVP $50 - $99 Ms. Cristen Cobery Mrs. Wendy Groves Foley and Mr. Timothy Foley, Jr. Mr. John Garofano and Mrs. Monika Borbely Garofano Mrs. Nicolle Greene and Mr. Jason Greene Mrs. Joana King and Mr. Howard King, Jr. Mrs. Dana Cunningham Maciel ’84 and Mr. Glenn Maciel Mrs. Margaret Dias Moreira and Mr. Paulo Moreira Mrs. Lynda Owens Nelson ’87 and Mr. David Nelson Mrs. Miny Vidal Ortiz and Mr. Roberto Ortiz, MD

GENERAL DONATIONS Mrs. Pasqualina Messore and Mr. Eugenio Messore Mr. Scott Sullivan

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