Vol. 22, No. 3 Winter 2009
Letter from the President
Fifty-five percent of our 2008-2009 incoming freshmen were academically in the top 25 percent of their high school class, which is nearly a 30 percent increase from five years ago.
Dear Alumni and Friends: I always enjoy this avenue to reach out to our devoted alumni and many friends of the College. It’s a great opportunity to celebrate the past year’s successes while also sharing the College’s plans for the future. While there were plenty of reasons to celebrate during 2008, the year ahead promises to be filled with yet more student success. In May, more than 580 graduate and approximately 1,500 undergraduate students, and their families, braved inclement weather to celebrate the College’s commencement ceremony. Commencement Speaker John R. Ryan, CEO of the Center for Creative Leadership and former Chancellor of the State University of New York and retired Navy Vice Admiral, encouraged graduates — in one of our two ceremonies that day — to follow the outstanding attributes common and crucial to successful leaders. “Be authentic. Do your job and live your life without compromising your values or beliefs. Authenticity can help set you apart,” were his words of wisdom. I also had the privilege of presenting Admiral Ryan with an honorary degree on behalf of all of SUNY. The academic prowess of our students continues to shine. Fifty-five percent of our 2008-2009 incoming freshmen were academically in the top 25 percent of their high school class, which is nearly a 30 percent increase from five years ago. Additionally, this year’s freshman class includes more than 30 students who ranked either first or second in their high school class. And, for the third consecutive year, The College at Brockport has been ranked in the top half of all colleges and
universities in our category and region surveyed by U.S. News & World Report. Also in 2008 we introduced The College at Brockport shield as the school’s new logo. The date on the shield — 1835 — references the year the Brockport Collegiate Institute first opened its doors. The torch in the center is borrowed from the Prometheus statue which, as many of you know, stands vigil over the Allen Administration Building. In Greek mythology, Prometheus was the patron of human civilization and is credited with bringing the flame of knowledge to humankind — a very appropriate and moving connection to higher education. I would be remiss if I didn’t temper my enthusiasm somewhat with the very real challenges all State University of New York campuses are facing with the multiple budget cuts ordered by Governor David Paterson. I was very forthright in this responsibility in my annual Convocation Address to our faculty and staff back in August. The College at Brockport is better positioned than many, due in large part to a philosophy of fiscal prudence and transparent, inclusive budget processes enacted over many years. These will help us weather the budget storm — a widespread storm that looms not only over SUNY and the State of New York, but also our nation and internationally. That being said, I truly believe that all interested parties must see institutions of higher education as a wise investment in New York’s future as well as powerful economic drivers for the state. While the New York State budget will likely be top of mind for the foreseeable future, we have much to look forward to in the next year. This year, 2009, will be the 30th anniversary of one of the College’s true legacies: the hosting
of the International Special Olympics; we anticipate commemorating that historic event in several special ways. We also plan on breaking ground for the 150,000-square-foot Special Events Recreation Center (SERC) during 2009, with a forecasted completion in 2011. Another planned capital project is for the full renovation of Thompson Residence Hall that will begin in early 2009 and should be completed in 2010. Soon thereafter, we’ll focus on a much needed new academic building. A class of students is even actively helping us to gather ideas. Ironically, even in the current dismal economic climate, funds are still forthcoming from the state for bonded construction to stimulate the economy. I wish you could share with me the excitement I see each and every day on the Brockport campus. I’ll leave you with good thoughts for a healthy and happy 2009, and I remain committed to continuing to do all I can to make The College at Brockport an institution of which you can be forever proud. Best wishes,
John R. Halstead, PhD President
Kaleidoscope – Annual Report 2007-08
Circulation — 70,000 Executive Editor Michael Andriatch ’85
Managing Editor Virginia Campbell ’89/‘96 Photography James Dusen Graphic Design Sam Nicolosi Contributors Darby Knox Alex Matiash ’10 Kaleigh Osborne ’09 Kelly Vergin ’89 Vice President for Advancement and President of the Brockport Foundation Roxanne Johnston Director of Leadership Giving and Alumni Relations Michael Andriatch ’85 Director of Development Brad Schreiber ’83 Comprehensive Campaign Coordinator Darby Knox Director of Finance Karen Diamond Leadership Giving Officer Curtis Hill
Return on Investment Honoring Cassidy Where are They Now? Class Notes
Roll of Donors
Associate Director, Finance and Advancement Services John Sapienza ’96 Coordinator of Alumni Relations Betsy Standish ’00 Associate Director of Annual Giving Jamie Beers-Wilson Special Events Coordinator Kim Ehret ’05 Foundation Accountant Rhonda St. Amant ’02 Send corrections or changes of address to: Division of Advancement 350 New Campus Drive Brockport, NY 14420 (585) 395-2451
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To the Editor Greetings Brockport, We met at the end of freshman year at Daniel’s fraternity formal at Hickory Ridge. And for the next four years we were practically inseparable. So as you can see, Brockport has been and always will be a big part of my life. On July 12, 2008, we tied the knot at Hickory Ridge where we first met. I just want to wish Brockport much success in the future. Thanks for helping me find my soul mate!
I have to admit that I always glance at the alumni e-mails but never really read them. So, it’s not a surprise that when my recent issue of Kaleidoscope came in the mail it ended up in my quoteunquote “junk pile.” However, being the Fourth of July and enjoying a day off from work, I decided to read it. Instantly upon flipping through the pages I felt like I was back at Brockport. I remember walking to Hartwell Hall for dance classes and eating at Brockway with my sorority sisters (ASA). But most importantly I remember meeting my fiancé, Daniel “Deylah” Aviles ’02. As I got to the section in the Kaleidoscope that lists marriages, I too wanted to be included in the next issue.
Sincerely, Karin “Zienna” Freeland (Aviles) ’02
Brockport Athletes Call “Locker Room Meeting” By Bob Rondina ’63 Seven former Golden Eagle athletes had their own reunion 45 years after their time at The College at Brockport. Representing baseball, basketball, and football from the 1960s era, these mostly retired teachers and coaches assembled at one of Brockport’s most “illustrious” establishments to recall their storied pasts. Paul Buntich ’65 reconvened his teammates on a warm, sunny Saturday in September at the historic Higgins’ Recreation Center in downtown Brockport. Jim Dugan ’65 From left: Bob Rondina, Paul Buntich, Gary Skoog, Jim Dugan, Ron Rucker, Bill Nelson and Joe Piscopo traversed the US, coming from his home in California. Dugan was a standout baseball, basketball, football, and hockey player. Ron Rucker ’66 participated in baseball and football before becoming a successful teacher and coach at East Rochester. Bob Rondina ’63 played basketball and captained the 1963 baseball squad that completed a 16-2 season. Joe Piscopo ’70 and Gary Skoog ’68 both anchored the line on the gridiron during their tenure at Brockport. Buntich, who was a three-year starter, teamed with Bill Nelson ’65 as mainstays on the hardwood. Nelson has been a highly successful basketball coach at RIT, Nazareth and Johns Hopkins University, where he is nearing 500 career victories. At the team meeting that day, it was surprising how talk of the athletes’ Golden Eagle accomplishments became more legendary as the day wore on into early evening. However, all were in complete agreement that their years at The College at Brockport were among the best of their lives. The professors, coaches and friends they met and worked with prepared them well for their professional careers and will never be forgotten. They talked about how lucky they have been to stay healthy, have wonderful families, and recall the memories of a happy and simpler time in that small paradise that was home for four years. “We are all proud to be Golden Eagles forever. Thank you, Brockport!!”
Return on Investment: Lifetime Partnership Begun at Brockport Leads to Business Department Scholarship
By David Mihalyov ’87/’03 A campus tour for incoming students more than 40 years ago ultimately led to one of the most generous donations The College at Brockport has received in recent years. Bob and Nancy (Beatty) Marino, both of the class of 1969, have donated $102,250 to the College to support the Robert J. and Nancy B. Marino Business Leadership Scholarship. The scholarship is to be used for the purpose of providing undergraduate student awards in the Department of Business Administration and Economics at The College at Brockport. The couple originally met on the Brockport campus when Bob was serving as an orientation tour guide for incoming students, one of which was Nancy. She had graduated from Nassau Community College and was transferring to Brockport. This chance meeting turned into a partnership that would last a lifetime. From Brockport, Bob went on to a highly successful career in the telecommunications industry, but remembered the lessons he learned as a student. “Brockport helped me learn the importance of not only winning, but winning fairly,” he said. “It doesn’t matter what career you’re in, take the high road and do your personal best. Don’t leave anything in the locker room.” The inaugural recipients of the Robert J. and Nancy B. Marino Business Leadership Scholarship are Kyle Amendola and Kristin Sickels. Amendola is a senior from Cheektowaga, NY, and is majoring in finance with minors in economics and
communication. Sickels is a senior from we spoke, she was looking forward to a Spencerport, NY, who is majoring in November 23 competition in Tempe, AZ. finance. Ironman triathlons consist of a 2.4 mile “This award means so much to swim, a 112-mile bike ride, followed by a me. Seeing that alumni are willing to 26.2 mile run. Obviously, perseverance is contribute to the success of current an important attribute to her. students means a lot,” said Amendola, “I am continually impressed by the who also is the current Brockport Student generosity of our alumni,” said Roxanne Government president. Johnston, vice president of the Division of According to Bob, Kyle’s experience in Advancement for the College at Brockport. BSG is important to creating a successful “It is friends of the College such as Robert business career. “I like to see people and Nancy Marino who have helped to in the business environment learn the provide the resources necessary to offer importance of working with and getting the quality and breadth of educational things done through people,” Bob said. opportunities at Brockport. A scholarship “Communication is so important to being such as this makes it easier for our best a good manager.” students to continue their educations.” Bob shared the impact one Brockport The Marinos have not been back to teacher, Visiting Professor Orme Phelps, Brockport in many years, but hope to had on his success in business. “He be on campus later this year for the class impressed me with economics not only of 1969’s 40th reunion. Maybe it was being a lot of math, but he taught the those thoughts of milestone memories psychology and sociology of business. that spurred the Marinos to grant their I really enjoyed the philosophy of economics, “Brockport helped me learn the importance of not only why people behaved the winning, but winning fairly. It doesn’t matter what career way they did. I tried to you’re in, take the high road and do your personal best. Don’t combine that with the leave anything in the locker room.” College’s old motto of ‘Let each become all they’re capable of being.’ ” donation. “I wanted to see the results of He spent his entire career in the being in a position to help those with telecommunications field, beginning with financial needs,” Bob said. his first job at Rochester Telephone. He That gesture is appreciated, as Amendola also held senior management positions at so aptly summarized, “It feels great to Houston Cellular Telephone Company; know that some people really want to see Nextell Communications; Compania de Brockport students succeed.” Radiocomunicaciones Moviles in Buenos Aires, Argentina; Sprint Corporation; and as group president of Convergys. He is currently chairman of the board of Syniverse Technologies, located in Tampa, FL. Nancy, who also received her master’s degree from Brockport in 1972, was both a guidance counselor and teacher in the Rush-Henrietta School District. She now spends her time training and taking part in ironman triathlon competitions. When
Honoring Cassidy By Darby Knox As a student at The College at Brockport, Cassidy Ball made an indelible impression on all who knew him. Smart, funny, tenacious, and deeply ethical, Cassidy was a bright and shining light. He was a student in the Honors Program, a Presidential Scholar and the recipient of many awards and scholarships. His academic performance consistently earned him a place on the Dean’s List. Cassidy distinguished himself with his compassion and leadership — on and off campus. He served as a representative in Brockport Student Government and as treasurer and president of the Accounting Society. He was the events director of the Political Science Club, a peer mentor for new students, and served on the Department of Business Administration and Economics Council of Students. He also was a member of the men’s cross country team. Cassidy worked selflessly on behalf of others, participating in the “Relay for Life” and “Race for the Cure” to raise money for the American Cancer Society, and volunteering for food drives, fundraisers for the Salvation Army, and holiday appeals to raise money for underprivileged children. Cassidy also volunteered for the United Way’s CASH
Cassidy Ball, 1986-2007
Community service is not just an event that occurs on a particular day. It’s a way of life. It’s living with an appreciation for the life that you’ve been blessed with and giving to those less fortunate. It helps define you as a person. — Cassidy Ball
program, processing tax returns for low income families. Fully aware of the many gifts that he had been given, Cassidy made it his mission to help others. Personally ambitious and deeply compassionate, Cassidy used his talents, energy, and drive to benefit those around him. Family, friends, and strangers were the recipients of his boundless humor, generosity, and thoughtfulness. To honor Cassidy and his desire to make the world a better place, Cassidy’s family has established the Cassidy Ball Memorial Scholarship to support students who share Cassidy’s commitment to community while demonstrating academic excellence in accounting or finance. This lasting tribute will preserve Cassidy’s memory in the hearts and minds of all who knew him at the College — a place he dearly loved — and those who will be touched by his legacy. To make a gift to the Cassidy Ball Memorial Scholarship fund, contact Brad Schreiber, director of development, at (585) 395-5161 or bschreib@ brockport.edu. To learn about criteria and eligibility for the Cassidy Ball Memorial Scholarship, contact Adam Standish, coordinator of the Scholarship Office, at (585) 395-5414 or astandis@ brockport.edu.
Brockport Web Site Sports New Look By Virginia Bacheler, Chair, Web Advisory Committee We knew what we wanted: an easily navigable Web site for current students and faculty as well as an interesting first “window” on Brockport for prospective students. Not a simple task. And so the Web Advisory Committee looked at dozens of other college Web sites. What were the elements that appealed to the user? How much photographic content was attractive; how much was distracting? Yes, we wanted some animation on our homepage but not so much as to look like a gimmicky advertisement. Color, but not too garish a color. And a curve to the design to get the Brockport page away from looking rectilinear and boxy. Throughout spring and summer 2008, the Web Advisory Committee met (or had conference calls) with our design team at Cognitive Marketing to bring the new look into focus. The homepage should reflect the new brand message: That Brockport was about the successful students who blossom here. And the College’s promise: To reveal to each student, each day, his or her capacity for intellectual, physical and creative accomplishment. We had many stories to tell — not just in the headline stories at the top of the homepage but in the photo opportunities and miniprofiles of students, faculty, and staff throughout the site. We wanted to know, could prospective students find their way to what they were looking for with a minimum number of clicks. Was the language used on the Web
site inviting, so that prospective students stayed with us? We knew from research that we would have about 30 seconds to “make our case” to prospective students before they might decide to move on. The designs from Cognitive Marketing were unveiled last spring. The committee developed nicknames for some of them: the “chalkboard” and “the wine glass.” The designs went out to a broader audience, including a sampling of students who overwhelmingly chose the design we now have—it looked new, inviting, wasn’t boxy and gave prospective students faces with which they could identify. We learned that designing a Web site is not a linear process. Our Web presence is a living organism, constantly changing and continually being updated. The site includes some of the latest technological innovations, including RightNow® Technology, which allows students to ask questions, and receive immediate answers. Plus, with each entry, the technology updates its database of answers, making them ready for the next time the same question is asked. The technology is disguised as the “Ask Ellsworth” button at the bottom of the homepage. As we look ahead, we hope to develop some blog elements so prospective students can interact with faculty and current students. There also are more and more stories to tell that reflect more fully the Brockport experience. We continue to work on our “window” to the world so that when visitors stop by, they get a clear picture of who we are and what we’re all about.
Giving Birth to Enduring Traditions By Kaleigh Osborne ’09
The College celebrates Color Day with the Color Day Queen and her court. Photo circa 1902.
Ever wonder how The College at Brockport’s athletic teams came to be known as the Golden Eagles, or how the green and gold colors the College displays became synonymous with the school’s spirit? We asked Mary Jo Gigliotti, associate librarian, to do a little digging in her archives for the answer to these questions. Here is what she found. “We don’t know exactly when the colors were first set. According to (the late Professor Emeritus in the Department of History) W. Wayne Dedman’s book, Without Tradition a School Lacks a Soul, many of the traditions that were to characterize the institution for many years were developed late in the 19th century or in the Normal School years of the 20th century. Among these was the adoption of official school colors. Just exactly when the school colors were adopted is not clear from the record, but by the time of the initiation of Color Day in 1902 the green and gold were firmly established.” Color Day was developed by a committee of students working with Principal Charles MacFarlane as part of the preparation for a new school event. Color Day debuted in the spring of 1902, and it’s been said the colors may have come from the green grass and golden dandelions of spring, but it’s not known for certain if this was the case. “But this was suggested at a later time as reported in an article in the
school’s newspaper, The Stylus, on May 11, 1932. Certainly the fact that Color Day was traditionally held in May would confirm the appropriateness of the reference,” said Gigliotti. According to Gigliotti’s colleague, Charlie (Charles) Cowling, associate librarian, the Color Day event became quite popular at the school and within the local community, and continued until the 1930s when Principal Hartwell ended the tradition because “it was getting too rowdy.” By then, Color Day had become intertwined with the fraternities and sororities of the time, which Hartwell also ended. Another Stylus article dated May 14, 1937, says the custom for Color Day was for all members of the College to wear their colors or “satin ribbons 8" long.” Ellsworth the “Golden Eagle” was the brain child of Stylus reporter and cartoonist Bob Bloxsom ’58. He created Ellsworth in 1956 and the May 4, 1956 Stylus noted that, “The above photograph shows cartoonist Bob Bloxsom’s ‘Ellsworth the Eagle,’ the new mascot of Brockport State Teachers College. “He shall be drawn in many different moods as he will lead all our teams and student body in most anything that is happening on campus.” The name Ellsworth is the middle name of former popular coach Bob Boozer. A coincidence?
Where are They Now? Alumni often ask us about College friends with whom they’ve lost touch over the years, and also want to know where their favorite former faculty and members of the College administration are today. We decided to launch the series, Where are They Now?, which debuts in this issue of Kaleidoscope.This issue features James Kunstler ’71, Andrew Virgilio ’49, and Raymond Duncan. What is your favorite memory of Brockport? My favorite memory is being part of the community and the joy of living in a small town on Main Street America after growing up in New York City.
James Kunstler ’71 is perhaps best known for his books about suburban sprawl and the loss of a sense of community. In The Geography of Nowhere (1993), Kunstler remembers his days at Brockport and living in small a Victorian-era village. “Brockport was scaled to people, not cars. It had the variety that comes from a mixed-use community. We loved rubbing elbows on the streets, meeting friends as we walked or biked to class. We loved the peace and quiet of a small town at night.” He has taken his stop-thesprawl message to forums coast to coast, advocating a return to building a sense of community through thoughtful planning and development. He previously worked as a reporter and feature write for a number of newspapers, and as a staff writer for Rolling Stone magazine. Kunstler is a 1996 Brockport Alumni Service Award recipient.
What individual or experience at Brockport made the greatest impact or impression on you — an impression that has lasted a lifetime? Dr. David Hamilton, a professor in the Department of Theatre, was an important mentor to me at Brockport. How do you spend your days now? I spend my time writing. I currently have 15 books in print. I also tell people that I am leading a happy life of selfemployment. What is your all-time favorite book? The Bushwhacked Piano, written by Thomas McGuane, is a favorite of mine. What would you do differently, if you had the opportunity to do it all over again? If there was any one thing I could change, it would be that I would have kept my cool as a young man in the earlier part of my career.
That would be a classroom setting where we are discussing a complex issue with great vitality and excitement. The teaching part of my career has been the best — when a student would light up with an insight and articulate the insight, leading to a discussion that brought other students into the conversation. These were moments of enlightenment for me right along with the students.
hospital, and being involved with a community college. I also do a lot of reading. What is your all-time favorite book?
Andrew (Andy) Virgilio ’49, educational administration professor emeritus, taught at Brockport from 1961 until 1987. Although Virgilio now lives in Florida the year round, he stays connected with the Collage by supporting student scholarship, and has fond memories of his years at Brockport. What is your favorite memory of Brockport? My favorite memory of Brockport would have to be the camaraderie I found at the College. Being a smaller college, the campus environment was one in which the faculty and students could build close relationships. What individual or experience at Brockport made the greatest impact or impression on you — an impression that has lasted a lifetime? Dr. Ray Conrad made the biggest impact on me. I did not know what I wanted to do when I first arrived at Brockport, but after listening to him as he taught a class that I was taking, I realized that teaching is what I truly wanted to do. How do you spend your days now? I live in Florida now, so I spend a lot of my time at the gym, volunteering at a local
It is one of the classics: A Tale of Two Cities, by Charles Dickens. What would you do differently, if you had the opportunity to do it all over again? I think about a poem by Robert Frost entitled “The Road not Taken,” which discusses the point in life where you come to a fork in the road and have to decide which path you will take. I chose the path that I continue on to this day, assuming it was the right way to go, and I can honestly say that there is nothing about it I would change.
What individual or experience at Brockport made the greatest impact or impression on you — an impression that has lasted a lifetime? What President Paul Yu did here was terrific, but if I go back to when I came here in 1968, those years of transforming the College’s terrain between 1968 and 1970 were wonderful. Brockport brought on 180 new faculty in just two years. It was a renaissance time at Brockport. How do you spend your days now? I am working on my second novel, The Quiet War. I’m still very excited about my first novel, Patriot Trap. They are both active adventures dealing with international events. I am also working on updating the fourth edition of a text book, World Politics in the 21st Century, with my co-authors Robert Switky, an educator in California, and Barbara Jancar-Webster, a College at Brockport distinguished research professor. I also am enjoying world travel. We just returned from a month in Germany and the former
Raymond Duncan, political science and international relations distinguished teaching professor emeritus, was a member of The College at Brockport faculty from 1968 to 2002. He continues to live in the Village of Brockport and is an active member of the community. A world traveler, Duncan recently returned home from Eastern Europe. What is your favorite memory of Brockport?
Yugoslavia, where we spent the last three days in Sarajevo with one of Brockport’s finest graduates, Emil Okanopic ’01. One of my very best students ever, he received his high school education during the Yugoslavian Civil War, and classes were held underground. What is your all-time favorite book? That would be the Patrick O’Brien series about the British Navy. O’Brien captures the essence of the period in the description of the characters and the flavor of the setting. What would you do differently, if you had the opportunity to do it all over again? In terms of my profession — nothing. In 1956, a friend and I quit the University of California between our sophomore and junior years, and we hitchhiked to New York City where we caught an old Greek cargo ship. We had about $300 each in our pockets. We hitchhiked through Europe. East Berlin was tricky to get into, but we managed to enter the country. As I stood on the steps of the Pergamum Museum, the sun was setting and I had this epiphany. It was as if the gods jumped into my head and said, “You should get a degree in politics because you love this.” So, I hitched a ride back to Quebec, went back to school, and my grades, which had been so-so, went up and I went on to get my PhD in international relations. I spent my life teaching politics and I never turned back.
New Alfred State President is Brockport Alumnus President John R. Halstead and Vice President of Advancement Roxanne Johnston were among the dignitaries attending the October 16 inauguration of College at Brockport alumnus John M. Anderson ’74 as the 11th president of Alfred State College of Technology. A product of SUNY, John M. Anderson ’74, left, with President John R. Halstead Anderson earned his associate’s degree from Westchester Community College before completing his bachelor of arts in physics from The College at Brockport. He then went on to complete a master of arts in physics from SUNY Geneseo and a PhD in education from Cornell University.
Prior to assuming the presidency at Alfred State in March 2008, Anderson was, since 2004, executive vice president and provost at Hartwick College in Oneonta, where he had also served as interim vice president for student life. Anderson also had served as vice president of academic affairs at SUNY Institute of Technology (2003-04) and provost and vice president for academic affairs at Alfred State College (19992003). During the prior eight years, Anderson held several administrative positions at Alfred State, including vice president for institutional advancement, dean of student development, and vice president for student services. Between 1975 and 1991, Anderson held several teaching and academic posts at Alfred State College, The College at Brockport, SUNY Geneseo, and two area high schools. He also has worked as a consultant for several entities, including the Middle States Association, New York State Department of Education, and the SUNY Delegation to Turkey.
Brockport Alumna Named President of Rhode Island College In November, The College at Brockport alumna Nancy (Munzert) Carriuolo ’70/’73 took the oath as the ninth president of Rhode Island College, (RIC) the oldest public institution of higher education in that state. Carriuolo was selected for the presidency in May by the Board of Governors for Higher Education and took office on July 1. Carriuolo earned her bachelor of arts in English and master’s of science in elementary education at Brockport, and a PhD in philosophy from SUNY Buffalo in 1979. Carriuolo’s inauguration was in honor of her new presidency, as well as being an opportunity to celebrate the long history of the college. It began with an updated version of a medieval academic procession, which escorted the new president from her campus home, winding through the campus grounds to pick up deans, faculty, staff members, students and alumni at each of the college’s five schools along the way.
Leading the procession was Carriuolo’s family, riding in a 1929 Mercedes Benz Gazelle reproduction belonging to her husband, Ralf. Jazz musicians accompanied the procession en route to Roberts Hall Auditorium where the formal investiture ceremony took place. The deans of the college’s five schools presented to the new president gifts symbolic of their academic missions. RIC’s Student Community Government sponsored an inaugural gala. Mindful of the fiscal challenges faced by state agencies, Carriuolo had requested that no college monies be used for any of the inaugural activities, not even outside funds previously raised through the RIC Foundation or Alumni Association. Instead, a fundraising committee is soliciting donations that will not compete with other ongoing college fundraising activities. “I would never tap the college’s limited resources to pay for inaugural expenses. Still, I recognize the importance of celebration, especially in families, and RIC has always prided itself on a family atmosphere,” Carriuolo said. Carriuolo added that the simple yet festive activities she planned for the inauguration gave the people closest to RIC a chance to reminisce about all that the college has meant to the thousands of faculty, staff and alumi who have passed through its gates since its founding in 1854.
Alumni, Emeriti and Faculty Publish Important Works Roy Bubb ’53, education and human development assistant professor emeritus, celebrated the publication of his newest book, Visions from a White Mountain Palette, The Life and Times of Charles A. Hunt. Bubb held an open house and book signing in September at his home in Holley, NY, having returned from his summer home in Silver Lake, NH, just days before. Several friends from the College and community were on hand to celebrate the occasion, view three Hunt original paintings, and sample a homemade blueberry dessert delight, made from handpicked New Hampshire berries. Hunt was a prolific painter and long-time resident of Madison, NH, from where he took inspiration for his art. Proceeds from Bubb’s book will go to support the town’s Historical Society Museum. You can purchase Bubb’s book through the Madison Historical Society via e-mail at email@example.com. Bubb previously published his memoirs, Memories of Manning Corners. Joe Carmichiel ’90, an education consultant and freelance journalist, has taught high school English in some of America’s most challenging schools. He has a wealth of firsthand experience with teens, gangs and violent adolescents. In his newly released book, Permanent Adolescence, Why Boys Don’t Grow Up, he analyzes the “unfortunate decisions and deliberate oversights society has made over the years.” Based on Carl Jung’s theory of “horizontal and vertical mindedness,” Carmichiel examines the major reasons causing permanent adolescence — the disappearance of coming-of-age rituals, the effect of television on children’s brain development, the lack of male role models, the normalization of violence, and the inadequate teaching methods in schools. Carmichiel’s book, published by New Horizon Press, is available in book stores. Jim May ’68 and his wife Carol, recently bicycled a 2,000mile journey, which followed the Underground Railroad, from Mobile, AL, to Owen Sound, Canada. Their (as yet untitled) book about the adventure will be out in the spring. In the meantime, they are doing presentations about their adventure
throughout the Rochester area. In 2004, the couple also biked from San Francisco, CA, to their home in Williamson, NY, a trip of more than 3,400 miles. Their travels are detailed in their book, Bicycle Odyssey: A Pilgrimage to Discover the Real America, published by Lulu Press. Harold W. Nash recently published his memoirs, Three Good Men, in which he discusses his encounters with the three most important men in his life — Harold L. Nash, his father; Martin H. Rogers, The College at Brockport mentor, teacher and director of the College’s Adirondack retreat, Camp Totem, (1945 - 1977); and John J. Readling ’49, Nash’s colleague at SUNY Oswego. In Three Good Men, Nash paints a vivid picture of how these men influenced who he is today. Contact Nash at Hlnashnync@aol.com. Robert C. Schneider, EdD, associate professor in the Department of Physical Education and Sport, has published his second book, Ethics of Sport and Athletics: Theory, Issues, and Practice. The first round of copies was released in October with publication anticipated for 2009 by the publishing house of Lippincott, Williams, and Wilkins. Schneider has taught undergraduate sport management and coaching courses as well as graduate athletic administration courses at Brockport for 12 years. In March, he published the textbook Basketball for all Levels (American Press). He has published numerous peer-reviewed, scholarly articles and has taken part in more than 60 scholarly presentations. His most recent presentation, The Virtuous Sport Manager, took place in November at the Forensic Sciences and Sport Conference in Ankara, Turkey. Schneider states, “One of my primary goals in writing Ethics of Sport and Athletics was to include moral theory in a way that could be applied to contemporary problems often faced by sport managers, players, fans, etc. in the real world of sport. “I wanted an undergraduate student to be able to look forward to the next page when reading it. I hope students become so immersed in what they’re reading that they lose track of time.”
Class Notes 1950s
Thomas DeMaio ’50 and his wife, Joan, celebrated their 80th birthdays with a family reunion at Pawleys Island, SC. The reunion included 18 family members from New York, St. Louis, Chicago, and Hong Kong. Alex C. Johnson ’54 started the Substitute Principal Program in 1990 after retiring from the Rochester City School District some years ago as a school principal. Now fully retired, he is active as vice commander of the American Legion Post 134 in Irondequoit, NY, and active with the Retired Teacher Organization (RTO). Rita G. Devine ’55 continues to be active in community service programs, including St. Mary’s Pastoral Council and as a Eucharistic minister in Granville, NY. Betty A. Bartkowiak ’57 has been retired for 23 years and is still playing competitive tennis in a Space Coast League and enjoys golf. Jack Harten ’57 was elected this year to the position of treasurer of the Kiwanis International Foundation at the Kiwanis International Convention in Orlando, FL.
Ray Scharf ‘61 professor emeritus and former coach of swimming at East Carolina University, won five gold medals in the North Carolina Senior Games State Championships, and qualified for the National Senior Games to be held at Stanford University in San Francisco in August 2009. Bruce MacGregor ’62 retired from the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA), Washington, DC. Currently, he is cutting lots of grass on a large lot near Fredericksburg, VA, and sings in the choir at the local Methodist church. Richard N. Reynolds ’64/’68 was inducted into the Brockport Central High School 2007 Athletic Wall of Fame (third class inducted to the wall). Suzanne Burack Ellefson ’66 has taken up residence in Delray Beach, FL, after living and working in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, for the past 30 years. You can contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org J. Sehl Burns ’69 was one of eight alumni honored in October by Nottingham High School in Syracuse.
Robert S. Gold ’69 delivered the 2008 Charles N. Poskanzer Lecture, Emerging Trends on the Future of Technology in Public Health, in September. A nationally recognized expert in the application of advanced communications technologies to health education, Gold is a professor in the Department of Public and Community Health and co-director of the Public Health Informatics Research Laboratory at the University of Maryland at College Park. Donald F. Staffo ’69 was recently interviewed for Touchdown Alabama Magazine.
Michael J. Singleton ’70 is currently the interim superintendent at Southern Berkshire Schools in Massachusetts. After 20 years in the New York state public school system, Singleton retired in 2003. From 2003 to June 2008, he worked as the special education director in the Williamstown (MA) Public School system. David Shampine ’71 has been employed with the Watertown Daily Times for 37 years. He is a crime reporter and writes a weekly column, “Times Gone By.” David Keefe ’72 has been named the new part-time director of the Western Ontario Local Community Development Corporation. Keefe will oversee the agency’s micro-enterprise loan program for current and new businesses in the towns of Bristol and West Bloomfield and the Village of Bloomfield, which funds the agency. He also will speak on behalf of local business and help with regulatory issues. Russ Martin ’72 had his work featured in Silvershotz International Journal of Fine Art Photography, published in Australia and the UK. The 10-page article featured a story about Martin along with 16 of his flowing water images. Gary Moore ’74 was named head coach of the full spectrum of running sports at Alfred State College: men’s and women’s cross country, men’s and women’s indoor track, and men’s and women’s outdoor track. Sandra Perez ’75 has been appointed to assistant professor in the Department of Dance at Towson
University in Baltimore, MD. She co-administers the K-12 certification in dance, teaches ballet and is a certified movement analyst through the Laban/Bartenieff Institute of Movement Studies. William Walker ’75 has been promoted to assistant secretary at the Utica Mutual Insurance Company and principal member of the Utica National Insurance Group, of New Hartford, NY. Walker joined Utica’s Home Office Marketing Department in 2007 as director of personal lines sales. Blair Buchholz ’76, a technology/ industrial arts teacher from Andover Central School, was recently named the Allegany County Educator of the Year. Vickie Mike, ’76 foreign language teacher and department chair for Languages Other than English at Horseheads High School, has been named the 2009 New York State Teacher of the Year. She is now the state representative for the National Teacher of the Year Award. Dave Evans ’77, a communications consultant focused on word of mouth and social media, published Social Media Marketing: An Hour a Day, a practical, hands-on guide to implementing and measuring social media as part of an integrated marketing program. Donna Ross ’77 accepted a new position with Corning Incorporated in Corning, NY, as an information protection officer/risk manager. Thomas Sparaccio ’77 has been named chief operations officer with StateCE, a leading provider of online continuing education services nationwide. Sparacio joined StateCE in January 2008. James F. Habel ’78 has had a 30year career in education in the state of New Jersey. John G. O’Leary ’78 has been certified as a life member of both the Million Dollar Advocates Forum and the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum. The Million Dollar Advocates Forum is recognized as one of the most prestigious groups of trial lawyers in the United States. John Ambrosone ’79 retired from the Veterans Administration and the US
Army Reserve. James Barbarino ’79 was recently featured in Long Island Newsday’s weekly Sunday piece titled “Who’s Cooking?” Richard Ettinger ’79 is being honored by the American Museum of Natural History and Harry N. Abrams Books for his six-year project photographing and collaborating with six other professional photographers on five continents to capture the beauty of birds in flight. John Fischer ’79 has been named brewmaster at High Falls Brewing Company in Rochester. Les Judd ’79 teaches a class, How to Live Sustainably in New York City, at the Borough of Manhattan Community College. He is president of Green Boroughs, a company that helps people discover the greener side of NYC. Dave Kane ’79 has been nominated as a finalist for a Marconi Award in the category of Medium Market Personality of the Year by the National Association of Broadcasters. Kane works at WCMFFM in Rochester. Anne Willkens Leach ’79 has been named superintendent of schools for the Catholic Diocese of Rochester.
Barbara (McKinney) Shulla ’81 was awarded the 2008 New York Mental Health Counselors Association President’s Award in Albany. Darlene (Thompson) Trento ’81 has owned Bittersweet, an eclectic gift shop and boutique in the heart of Brockport (on Main Street), for the past 27 years. Barbara Crowley ’83 won the Rochester Dancing with the Teacher Stars 2008 competition and donated her prize to the Wilmot Cancer Center. This summer, she volunteered at Camp Open Arms and continues to dance. Her Web Page is Youtube.com/ mrsbarbaracrowley Donna (Cataldo) Hoffman ’84 was promoted to nurse manager of the Orthopedic Unit at Stony Brook University Medical Center. Michael Metzner ’84 has been named executive vice president and chief financial officer for First Wind.
Robert Scalzo ’84 accepted the position of manager of business operations and information services for the Baystate Regional Cancer program, Baystate Medical Center, Springfield, MA. Michele (Manogue) LaDue ’85 has had a 20-year career at Preferred Care/MVP Health Care in Rochester where she was recently promoted to a claims department supervisor. She has two children, Sierra (16) and Lydia (8). Douglas Owens ’85 has been named chief for individual assistance/ technical assistance contracts, and as program manager for the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). In this role, he provides temporary housing and mass care assistance to disaster survivors. Loren A. Penman ’85 retired from public education after 33 years and is now president of Penguin Multimedia Inc., a video/audio production corporation located in Batavia and Ithaca. Julie (McKee) Rowe ’85 recently opened an online shop at www. jmrpottery.etsy.com where she sells her pottery. She also has a studio in her home in Clayton, NC. Joe Torres ’85 reports and anchors the weekend evening news on WABCTV in New York City. He joined the Eyewitness News team as a general assignment reporter in 1997. Kathleen Guyette ’87 has been named vice president and chief nursing officer for Mission Hospitals, Asheville, NC. Robin McColley ’87 received her certificate of advanced study in educational administration from The College at Brockport in August 2008. Ronald Milon ’87 was appointed director, Bergen Community College, the Meadowlands (NJ). Paul Cohen ’89, president of Partner Concepts, received the Tourism Industry Leadership Award from Niagara University. Cohen founded Partner Concepts, a full-service travel-marketing firm, in 2002. The firm had the exclusive rights to market the 2008 Beijing Olympics in the US. Robert Friedman ‘89, assistant vice president/senior assistant operations manager with Citi Smith Barney, Baltimore, MD, also is a collegiate football official and was featured in a
USA Football newsletter about why he is a member. He has been an official since 2000. Patricia Galinski ’89 retired from the Gates-Chili School District where she was assistant principal at the high school. She earned her certificate of advanced study at Brockport.
Nicol Roberts-King ‘90 is president of TriCord Consulting, LLC, a national leadership training and development company. Christopher Scalzo ’90, assistant professor of business administration at Morrisville State College, has received an Enitiative eTeam grant from the Enitiative program at Syracuse University to expand entrepreneurship in the community. Lesley Tillotson ‘90 has been named executive director of Southern Tier Celebrates!, an organization founded in 2002 through a merger of the Binghamton Summer Music Festival and First Night Binghamton. Tillotson, who previously was on the Department of Dance and Arts for Children faculty at The College at Brockport, was most recently the director of education for the Arts in Education Institute at the Stanley Center for the Arts in Utica. CORRECTION: Molly (Stolarcyk) Nolan ’91 is a realtor with HUNT, ERA Columbus division, and her husband, Kevin Nolan ’92 is a senior food specialist with O-AT-KA Milk Products in Batavia, NY. Andrew E. Dowd ’92 earned his master’s in education from Portland State University in June. He is looking for adjunct teaching positions at local community colleges, and is currently doing some private tutoring of adults in the area of ESL, reading comprehension, and writing/composition. Anthony “Tony” Harkin ’92 received this year’s Richard and Virginia Eisenhart Provost’s Award for Excellence in Teaching. Harkin is an assistant professor in the School for Mathematical Sciences in the College of Science at RIT. He joined RIT three years ago after completing a post-doctoral fellowship at Harvard University. Peggy (Bennett) Johnson ’92 recently accepted a position with the University of Colorado Hospital as a credentialing specialist.
Missy Pfohl Smith ’92 announced the Rochester debut concert of BIODANCE, Webs We Weave, that Smith directed and choreographed. It was held at the University of Rochester’s Spurrier Studio In September. Jeffrey Bristol ’93 was named director of retail sales at TCP Inc., the world’s largest manufacturer of energy efficient lighting products. Richard Deming ’93 released Listening on All Sides: Toward an Emersonian Ethics of Reading, published by Stanford University Press, last spring. His book of poetry, Let’s Not Call It Consequence, published by Shearsman Books Ltd, Exeter, England, also was released last spring. Deming is a lecturer for the English Department at Yale University, where he coordinated the Whitney Humanities Center Working Seminar on Contemporary Poetry and Poetics. Karen Fingar ’93 has been named principal at Dudley Elementary School (Fairport). She was formerly an assistant principal at the school and worked for many years in the Honeoye Falls-Lima School District. Fred Helmes ’93 was promoted to regional loss prevention manager at TJ Maxx in the Southeast Atlanta region. Stephen Lenox ’93 will handle the play-by-play for all 76 radio broadcasts of the Aberdeen IronBirds of the New YorkPenn league during the 2008 baseball season. He joins the Aberdeen crew after two years as a national talk-show host and play-by-play announcer for MLB Home Plate on XM satellite radio station 175. Annette Traino ’93 is with Metrix Matrix as an outbound customer service representative. Brett Fingland ’94 has been named the new principal at Weedsport High. Ray Fraley ’94 has taken a senior buyer position with TM GE Automation Systems located in Roanoke, VA. Sean P. Murphy ’94 recently finished his book Academic Cultures: Professional Preparation and the Teaching Life. The book gives voice to diversity in postsecondary education--a strength of the system rather than a problem to redress.
Roderick Green ’95 has been appointed to the position of executive director for Hillside Work-Scholarship Connection’s Rochester operations. Sally Taylor ’95 and her husband, Paul, both deaf since birth, are featured in an incredible HBO documentary film, Hear and Now, about their lives coping with their decision to receive cochlear implants, a breakthrough technology that could restore their ability to hear and how it impacted their world. Dawn M. (Short) Cwierley ’96 has been named public relations manager for Kenmore Mercy Hospital, part of Catholic Health. She most recently served as media relations and communications specialist for the Girl Scouts of Minnesota and Wisconsin River Valleys, headquartered in St. Paul, MN. Nancy E. Feingold ’96, a special education teacher on Long Island, became engaged in June to Charles P. Kastan, owner of a promotional products company. He popped the question in front of many students, parents, and teachers on Field Day, in front of the Mister Softee Ice Cream Truck. Nancy and Charlie plan to get married in 2009. Michael Mellace ’96 is the owner and founder of Mellace Family Brands, a 42,000 square-foot snacks manufacturing facility headquartered in Carlsbad, CA. Mellace Family Brands is known for its diverse product line that includes tree nuts, peanuts, snack mixes and chocolate items. The company also launched Snacktrition, a new line of nuts and dried-fruit snacks that are ovenroasted through a proprietary process. R. Thomas Fregoe ’97 is employed as a senior gamings operations inspector with the New York State Racing and Wagering Board. Phillip Kurimski ’97 has been named a senior meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Detroit, MI. Previously, he was a meteorologist with the NWS in Green Bay, WI. Jennifer Arbore ’98 has been named the first female partner at Eldridge, Fox & Porretti, LLC, an accounting firm based in Rochester. Gretchen Ecklund Smith ’98 is a recreation therapist for VA Hudson Valley Health Care System in Castle Point, NY. Sal Galvano ’98 has been named the head coach of the Monroe Community College women’s soccer program. Galvano, a native of Rochester and a
graduate of Gates-Chili High School, spent the past two years as the men’s soccer coach at Mesa Community College in Mesa, AZ. Ryan Nobles ’98 is a news anchor with WWBT-TV in Richmond, VA. He conducted a one-on-one with both presidential candidates. Chuck Mitrano ’99, Empire 8 Commissioner, was selected as recipient of the 2008 Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) Jostens Male Administrator of the Year. The award is presented annually to administrators from ECAC member schools or conferences in recognition of outstanding or meritorious service to the ECAC.
Matthew Andrews ’00 has been named women’s soccer coach at Medaille College in Buffalo. David Insalaco ’00 has been named assistant ice hockey coach at Rochester Institute of Technology. Kevin McLeary ’00 is an analyst for the federal government and works in Washington, DC. He and his wife had their second child, Caden, in April. Lori Dennison ’01 received her master’s of nursing education and leadership from Regis University in Denver, CO, in December 2006. She is currently teaching nursing and working as a registered nurse in the Syracuse area. Aaron Skinner ’01 recently changed careers from law to acting and will be co-starring in the series finale of The
Shield. He also will be co-starring in a Hallmark film, The Glass Seagull. Jennifer (Hudack) Staskiewicz ’01 received her master’s degree and CAS in school psychology from Robert’s Wesleyan College. She is currently employed at the University of Rochester. Tom Lutsic ’02 has been named secondary school principal in the Hamilton Central School District. Lutsic came to Hamilton from a previous position as an assistant principal at Eastridge High School in Irondequoit.
Julie Caswell ’04 joined the staff at Genesee Community College as environmental health and safety specialist. Seth Piccirillo ’04 was named assistant manager of government affairs for the Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority in Buffalo.
Chad Maniace ’07 is an Air Force Airman 1st Class and graduated from the Air Traffic Control Operations Apprentice course at Keesler Air Force Base in Biloxi, MS, in July. Stacy Pottinger ’07 participated in the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee’s summer Dancemakers concert at UWM.
Jason Barnett ’05 is currently working as a technical support analyst in the Office of Information Technology at St. John Fisher College.
Dave Rappleyea ’07 finished in first-place with a time of two hours, 37 minutes, 39 seconds in the Preferred Care Rochester Marathon.
Daniel T. White ’02 has been appointed the new district superintendent for Monroe County Board of Cooperative Educational Services (BOCES) 1.
Michael Henningsen ’05 received his master’s in college student personnel administration from Canisius College in May 2007. Since August 2007, he has been a resident director (Benedict Hall) at The College at Brockport.
Sarah Bradley ’03 has been named event coordinator for the Nat Moore Foundation in North Miami, FL.
Jason Land ’05 accepted a job as probation and parole agent for the state of Wyoming.
Dale Buck ’08 participated in an individual personal workout for the Buffalo Bills coaching staff at their training camp facility on the St. John Fisher College campus in Pittsford, NY. He was a dominant player this past season for the Rochester Raiders (indoor football) on the defensive line.
Roxanne L. Cooper ’03 has been named as a sales representative at William S. Hein & Co. Inc.
Bryan Pierce ‘05 is a senior account executive with 5W Public Relations in New York City.
Paul Hendricks ’03 moved to Hawaii in January 2006 and is to publish his first book entitled, Wake Up! The Enlightenment of an American Misfit and Outlaw, which is of the autobiographical fiction genre.
Mark Laurri ’06 recently graduated with a master’s in physics from the University at Buffalo and accepted a position of imaging scientist with ITT Space Systems in Rochester.
Traci Lian ’03, the former women’s lacrosse coach at The College at Brockport where she earned her master’s in physical education, has been named the women’s lacrosse coach at her undergraduate alma mater, Nazareth College.
Ryan Mohr ’06 is working as a physical education teacher at Maryvale Primary School. He also coaches the Maryvale basketball and baseball teams. Currently he is working on his master’s in educational computing at Buffalo State College. Valerie Dimino ’07 has been named publications assistant for the Office of College Enrollment at the U of R.
Matthew T. Derx ’08 was hired by Lumsden & McCormick, LLP, Certified Public Accountants as a staff accountant. Shawna Turco ’08 has moved to South Carolina where he accepted a teaching position at Fairfield Middle School in the Fairfield County School District.
Gregory Galliford ’94 married Kristen DeRue on July 21, 2007.
Cathleen and Steven Fancher ’90 announce the birth of a son, Elijah John, on August 9, 2008. Elijah John also is the grandson of Sally Brunell Fancher ’55 and Thaddeus Wenzka ’69. Carrie (Gorton) Ciripompa ‘93/’97 and Glenn Ciripompa welcomed twin boys on June 12, 2008: Glenn Edward Ciripompa Jr. and Michael Aidan Ciripompa. Gregory Galliford ’94 and Kristen Galliford announce the birth of a son, Grayson Paul, on August 11, 2008. Kristen (Klos) Swing ’99 and Craig Swing announce the birth of a daughter, Sarah Elizabeth, on August 1, 2008. Jennifer (Hudack) Staskiewicz ’01 and Adam Staskiewicz have two beautiful children, a son, Logan, born on March 24, 2005, and a daughter, Addison, born on July 1, 2007.
DEATHS Bert Mercer ‘34
Ruth M. Morgan ’35 Margaret DeLaVergne Lyon ’42 James E. Maxson ’48
Kristen Klos ’99 married Craig Swing on May 5, 2007. Heather Wolf ‘02 married Brian Rochford ‘03 on August 9, 2008.
Marjorie Higley Brown, the wife of former President Albert W. Brown, died September 24, 2008, at home surrounded by her loving family. She was 84. Along with others, she started the movement in Brockport for Historical Preservation. In addition to being a caring mother of five, she also made many contributions to The College at Brockport and the Village of Brockport. While living in Chautauqua County, she was a member of Fort Nightly, Great Decisions, American Legion Auxiliary Post 1286 of Lakewood, Altar Guild and other committees at St. Luke’s Church, DAR, Fenton Historical Society, Roger Tory Peterson Institute, the Thursday Rug Hooking Group of Bemus Point, and Audubon Society. She was a member of the Historical Society of Early American Decoration, taught early American art forms and wrote several articles on crafts that were published by national magazines. She also created a decorative egg that has been on display at the Smithsonian Institution. At her request, donations in celebration of her life may be made to: The President Albert W. and Marjorie H. Brown Scholarship Fund at The College at Brockport, State University of New York or St. Lukes Episcopal Church, 410 N. Main St., Jamestown, NY, 14701, or Hospice Chautauqua County, 4840 W. Lake Road, Mayville, NY, 14757.
April 4-5, 2009 Best of Brockport Dance 2009 This second biennial concert has a dual purpose: it is a way to show the spectacular achievements of both students and faculty to Greater Rochester, but it is — even more importantly — also a way to raise scholarship funds for incoming students.
Campus Performances: Thursday and Friday • April 2 and 3 at 7:30 pm Hartwell Dance Theater Gala Benefit Performance: Saturday, April 4 at 8 pm Jewish Community Center, 1200 Edgewood Avenue, Rochester, NY For ticket information, call (585) 395-ARTS or visit brockport.edu/finearts.
When The College at Brockport rolled out the E.E. Cummings restoration project, there were 74 pieces of art which had not seen the light of day for more than two decades. After the inaugural gala in October 2007, more than half the collection was adopted for restoration. Yet there are still pieces to be restored. To help raise funds to do so, we are thrilled to welcome Anthony Zerbe in his tour-de-force performance, It’s All Done With Mirrors, in which he recounts some of Cummings’ poetry and shines a light on the artist behind the poet.
Sunday, April 5 Memorial Art Gallery 500 University Avenue, Rochester
Brockport Alumni Association Board of Directors 2008-2009 Michael Andriatch ’85 Ex-Officio Executive Director Cathy Appleby ’75 Mary Lou Beagan ’84 Brenda Ulrich Beal ’60 Immediate Past President Sharon Belle-Render ’79/’85 Secretary Curtis Birthwright ’90/’97 Gregory Campbell ’67/’88 Hye Yeon (Holly) Cicconi-Eggelston ’02 Kristen Clark ’04 David Harris ’90 Jennifer Heim ’06/’07 Vice President Pauline Johnson ’77/’81 Rebecca Herzog ’04/’07 Lauren Kelly ’03 Gregory Kenney ’66 Warren Kozireski ’82/’95 President Chris Leone ’98 Elaine Leshnower ’61/’98 Treasurer
A Letter from the President of the Brockport Alumni Association On behalf of The College at Brockport, I would like to thank you, among the thousands of thoughtful donors, for your gift to The Fund for Brockport during the past fiscal year. Through your generous support, the 2007– 08 academic year witnessed a record-setting Annual Giving Campaign. Your philanthropy supports the College’s programs and academic initiatives, student scholarships, campus improvements and athletics. Last year’s Annual Fund total topped more than $2 million, a new benchmark for annual giving at Brockport. These gifts were received from alumni, faculty, staff, emeriti, corporations, charitable foundations, and organizations. Gifts from Brockport’s loyal alumni account for the largest portion of The Fund for Brockport. The College’s faculty and staff, including emeriti, joined with alumni in financial support of the institution’s numberone priority—student success.
Reconnecting with alumni, emeriti, and friends was a hallmark of the past year’s activities. Groups gathered in many states to become reacquainted with the College and reconnect with friends from Brockport. Events such as First Fridays at historic Alumni House and the annual Benefactors Brunch as well as Homecoming Weekend provided yet more opportunities to reconnect, reminisce, and remember. If you weren’t able to make it back to campus this past year, I hope you’ll find time in your busy life to make a visit soon. I know you’ll be both amazed and happy at what your former “home away from home” has become. I again extend my thanks to you for your generosity. Your investment in Brockport creates a legacy that will enhance the future for generations to come. Sincerely,
Warren Kozireski ’82/’95 President, Brockport Alumni Association
Michael Mellace ’96 Carolyn K. Miller ’83 Julie Murawski ’99 Don Murray ’69
Growth of Private Support (Millions)
Betty Nasca ’52 Thomas O’Hara ’75 Karen Owen ’87/’91 George Rich ’54 Justin Rogers ’05 Melanie Sarkis Carozza ’95/’97 Cindy Schultz ’84 Gary Skoog ’68 Betsy Standish ’00 Barbara Stevens ’53 Dan Stinebiser ’76 Gary Sullivan ’80 Chuck Wade ’06
A Letter from the Chair of the Brockport Foundation It is indeed a privilege to once again express my heartfelt gratitude to you on behalf of The College at Brockport Annual Fund. Your generosity has made this another groundbreaking year in philanthropy for the College. We raised nearly $2.1 million in private support for scholarships, program enhancements, academic enrichment, and much more, helping the College keep its promise to provide a superior education and an extraordinary value. This year, even more than in years past, private support is essential. Economic pressures may place a college education out of reach for some of our students, forcing them to put their futures on hold. And, as the College tightens its fiscal belt and focuses on its core mission, special events and program enhancements that provide the “value added” education so special to Brockport may have to be moved down the list of priorities.
However, just because these challenges are in front of us does not mean that they are inevitable. As champions of our students and the College, it is within our power to help Brockport stay on course. Together, we can continue to make an important difference for our students, our faculty and our community through our philanthropy, volunteerism and advocacy. The future is in our hands. It is my hope we will rise to meet the challenge of these times and continue to support what we hold dear—the outstanding educational opportunity offered by The College at Brockport. Again, I thank you for your generous support of the Annual Fund this past year, and ask, even in these tough times, to please join me in supporting The College at Brockport Annual Fund this year. Our gifts will keep our students futures bright! Warm regards,
Mary Worboys-Turner Chair, Brockport Foundation Board
Brockport Foundation, Inc. Board of Directors 2008-2009
Mark Aesch ’88 Kyle Amendola Ex-Officio Student Representative Robert Baden ’79 Maureen Casey ’83 Flor Colon Joe Doody ’74 R. Scott Flieger ’77 Glenn Goldberg ’80 Treasurer John R. Halstead Ex-Officio The College at Brockport President Marc Iacona Roxanne Johnston Ex-Officio Foundation President Warren Kozireski ’82/’95 Ex-Officio Alumni Association President Dawn Lipson Jacques Lipson Past Chair Diane McCue ’77 Vice Chair Charles Nesbitt Secretary Lois Niland Philip Puchalski Thambrahalli Rao Ex-Officio, Faculty Representative William Rock Lou Spiro ‘82 Ex-Officio Thomas E. Thaney Mary Worboys-Turner Chair
Distribution of Private Support by Program Scholarships Awarded by the Brockport Foundation 1982-2008
Roll of Donors Thank you to everyone who contributed to The Fund for Brockport during 2007-08. Your generosity is truly appreciated. If you have not yet made your gift for 2008-09 (our fiscal year runs through June 30, 2009), there is still time to do so. You can use the enclosed envelope, visit us online at brockport.edu/giving or call (585) 395-2451.
Benefactors Lifetime Giving Brockport Circle ($1,000,000 +) Heil Brockway Society ($500,000 - $999,999) Anonymous Ernest C. Hartwell Society ($250,000 - $499,999) Anonymous (2) Vira Hladun-Goldmann ‘58 Intel Corporation Donald M. Tower Society ($100,000 - $249,999) John Bentinck-Smith Charitable Lead Trust Brockport Auxiliary Service Corporation Brockport Student Government Marguerite Hare Browne ‘44 Harry Caulfield Eastman Kodak Company Archie ‘52 and Joan Butmore ‘51 Freitas Fletcher * and Alice Garlock Janie H. Hill ‘85 Willard and Judith Hunter M&T Charitable Foundation Kazumi Nakano Rose L. Strasser * Sun Microsystems Inc Alvin F. and Ruth K. Thiem Foundation Robert E. O’Brien Society ($50,000 - $99,999) Anonymous (2) Ella P. Ashworth ‘33 * Herbert Bailey George ‘63 and Mary Lamonica ‘56 Bauer Nicholas Billotti ‘73 Ann Donavin ‘42 * Dorothea Deitz Memorial Scholarship Fund Scott Farrell ‘89 R. Scott Flieger ‘77
Friars Foundation Lawrence O. ‘71 and Jean Gostin H. Larry and Dorothy Humm IBM Corporation Earl and Mary Cosgrove ‘61 Ingersoll Dr. Dawn and Mr. Michael Jones JP Morgan Chase John and Kathleen Kutolowski Donald Leffler * Estate of Richard Maxwell MBNA America J. Emory Morris Martin Rogers * Sabin Metal Corporation SirsiDynix John Summers Stephen and Marcia Ullman Betty J. Watson ‘46 * WHEC TV-10 Marguerite Hare Browne Society ($20,000 - $49,999) Alliance with the Medical Society of the County of Monroe Alpha Alpha Chapter, Delta Kappa Gamma Society International William and Monika Andrews Anonymous Robert Baden ‘79 Betsy Ann Balzano Nancy Barbour Daniel ‘76 and Dale Taylor ‘76 Bernstein Robert Boozer * Walter Brautigan ‘63 Henry and Marian * Bretton Robert ‘72 and Ruth Conrad Daisy Marquis Jones Foundation Davenport Hatch Foundation Inc.
The Donald F. and Maxine B. Davison Foundation Orlo Derby Judith Desfosses Daniel ‘79 and Priscilla Donovan Helmut ‘63 and Sandra Forno ‘64 Eichhorn Thomas Gosdeck ‘73 Linda Hazel James Henion Tommy Hilfiger Foundation Lucinda H. Hill * David and Gwendolyn Hoffberg Marc Iacona and Family Jasco Tools Inc. James ‘86 * and Patricia Keeler Key Corp Christopher Leichtweis ‘83 Liberty Mutual John Lindberg ‘57 Jacques and Dawn Lipson Jennifer Lloyd ‘87 Patrick S. Madama ‘77 Marilyn Ryder Mahlmann ‘47 Gloria Mattera ‘52 * McCue Memorial Foundation The Milne Family Foundation Eugene ‘53 and Mary Orbaker Lynn and Anne ‘82 Parsons Paychex Inc. George ‘54 and Rosa Rich William and Ann Rock Alva and Irene Rivera de ‘74 Royston Raymond C. * and Theresa Shaheen Jack Spates Oklahoma Gold Wrestling Camp Louis ‘82 and Gene Spiro Thales Optem Inc. Time Warner Cable Scott Turner and Mary Worboys- Turner Florence Wage ‘30 * Wegman Companies Inc. Xerox Corporation Joan C. Young ‘53 * deceased
President’s Leadership Circle for 2007-08 President’s Roundtable ($10,000 +) Anonymous (3) Barnes & Noble College Booksellers Inc. Bausch & Lomb Inc. Nicholas E. Billotti ‘73 Brockport Student Government The Donald F. and Maxine B. Davison Foundation Charlie Dean ‘68 Eastman Kodak Vira Hladun-Goldmann ‘58 Hospital League/1199 SEIU Training and Upgrading Fund Judith P. and Willard W. Hunter Charitable Fund The M&T Charitable Foundation Nixon Peabody LLP Paul W. Sarbou ‘53 Wegman Companies Inc. Estate of Kurt J. Williams 1867 Society ($5,000 - $9,999) Anonymous Aetna Student Health Dr. Betty Marian Anderson ’79 Robert D. Baden ‘79 Betsy Ann Balzano Brockport Auxiliary Service Corporation John J. Chelonis Eastman Kodak Charitable Trust Thomas J. Gosdeck ‘73 Janet M. Hill ‘85 IKON Office Solutions Elaine K. Miller Kazumi Nakano Dr. Harold ’54 and Lorraine Porter ’54 Nash Niagara National Inc. Eugene ’53 and Mary Orbaker Lynn H. and Anne Hruska ’82 Parsons Rochester Area Community Foundation Shearer Family, Middleport, NY WHEC TV-10, LLC Scholars Society ($2,500 - $4,999) Bill and Monika Andrews AVI Foodsystems Inc. Bank of America Corporation Walter F. Brautigan ‘63 Henry L Bretton Susan S. Collier Robert ’72 and Ruth Conrad D.S. Leach Consulting, Inc. Daniel J. ’79 and Priscilla Donovan ExxonMobil Foundation
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John Adams Unbound Exhibit at Brockport College is One of 20 Colleges to Host National Exhibit
By Kaleigh Osborne ’09 The College at Brockport has been selected as one of just 20 colleges across the nation to participate in the John Adams Unbound tour, a collection of writings by John Adams, the nation’s second president. The tour is being launched by the Boston Public Library and the American Library Association Public Programs Office, and will be traveling throughout the country, beginning in January 2009 and continuing through June 2012. The priceless collection of 3,500 books, previously held in one of our founding father’s personal libraries, has been a part of an extensive exhibition in the Boston Public Library since 1894. These books hold Adam’s handwritten commentary, signatures, purchase amounts, inscriptions, and drawings, as well as newspaper clippings and loose manuscripts.
Photo-reproduced annotated volumes of Adam’s books will allow viewers to witness his struggles as he faced intellectual and political quandaries from boyhood all the way up to and including his presidency. The 1,000square-foot exhibit will be available to visitors in the College’s Drake Memorial Library for a six-week period, beginning October 12, 2011. Brockport was chosen as one of the 20 libraries to receive the exhibit due to the programming ideas that Project Director and Assistant Librarian David Gordinier submitted to the National Endowment for the Humanities. Gordinier stated, “It is an honor to have been chosen as one of only 20 libraries nationwide. This will hopefully bring a sense of history to life, both for our students and faculty as well as for the general Brockport and Rochester communities. This will encourage them to want to learn more about American history and perhaps foster the desire to become involved citizens.” To learn more about the John Adams Unbound exhibit and tour, visit www.bpl.org/ johnadamsexhibit.htm.
Mary Brei Duryea Marcia J. Gere Margaret Whitcomb Goodhue Anne M. Hauser Dennis M. Kenney Dianne Ames LaMonica TL Mather Brian P. O’Connell Michael S. Pavlovich Ray and Kay McHenry Robinson Rorry Gurrieri Romeo Joyce Frederico Rothfuss Patricia Detar Scanlon Becky J. Smith Gary L. Stevens Kay Van Nostrand Marolyn Piersma Wilson Dennis A. Woodard 1965 $3,921 Raised 15% Participation Stephen Beaulieu William Beck Lynn Randall Buttner C. Thomas Casey John and Marsha Castiglione Gary D. Clements Dorothy Roll Criscuolo Jean J. Ellis Paul J. Faber Harlow and Judy Fisher Josephine F. Gangemi Carl E. Glenister Joanne Cancilla Harwood Gae Phillips Hutton Jean Karley Iacovangelo Karen Morris Jones Susan Palovich Lawley Bernice Mathis Mahar Daniel J. Mahoney Jean Salerno Meisenzahl Barbara Koch Noble Allan C. Potter James and Pamela Mitchell Quamo Ruth Underhill Rigerman Gordon A. Tolomeo Barbaranne Sikula Tolomeo Patricia Kunkle Tosi James E. Tuscher John R. Updyke Carl D. Wheat Marybeth Sheldon Wilson 1966 $3,289 Raised 14% Participation Hokey Anderson Anonymous Jeffrey H. Conklin Maureen Ward Cunningham Patricia A. Desmond Gary R. Dross Don Hagreen Sandra Ziegler Hartwick J. David Heintz, Jr. Claire Kniffen Hewitt Gregory A. Kenney
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Michael Schaffer Emily Borck Schwab Leon Silver Ellen M. Simkulet Dwight M. Stevens Donal P. Stiner Elaine C. Vella Daniel E. Waingarten 1971 $6,736 Raised 10% Participation Anonymous (3) Vincent T. Bonetti Donald R. Brandes Robert O. Bull Barbara B. Chandler Diane Salm Cole Jerry Cosentino Jill Hunter Crair Samuel I. Dance Col. Francis A. Daniels Frank J. Davis John De Baun Mendal W. Dick Wendy L. Duignan James M. Eddy Gary and Donna Jean D’Urso Elser Lisa W. Fox Ralph A. Gestwicki Jeffrey R. Harper Paul E. Hawkins Jack T. Hogan Alan V. Holmes Linda F. Howland Russell P. Janneck Dennis J. Jarvis Leah Pantalone Johnson Valerie S. Kayser Ronald P. LaDuke Donald S. Maglich Nancy Novitskey Matroniano Christopher Meagher Gary and Wendy Mervis Anne E. Miller Albert Monacelli Patricia Murray Stephanie Olsen Michael J. Oshier Sue Johnson Palmo Alan D. Posnick Thomas Ricci, Jr. Thea Detschner Russell Bill Santoro Dixie Schaedel John and Patricia Spano Smeaton Kathleen A. Smith Susan Muranyi Stark JL Stoutenburgh Jim Sutton James A. Tobin Julian P. Traugot Constance Westlake Tresohlavy Carl M. Wahlstrom Norm Ward Allen R. Webster
Maureen Faoro Wisniewski William E. Wormsley 1972 $10,549 Raised 7% Participation Rhonda Howland Allen Daniel E. Allgeier Anonymous (2) Cheryl Avenel-Navara Jean Frisby Barlow C. Dennis Beaver Nancy J. Beckwith Bob Bennett Charles Bergener Cynthia Kirkland Bloom Eric R. Bloom Stuart G. Bowns Elena Frigerio Brandes Robert E. Brennan Barbara Cagan Harrington Elaine Ciccone-Hage Robert C. Conrad Amy Clara Crowe Leo J. Curro Craig W. Gallagher Andrea S. Giuffre Suzanne and David Groblewski John Hockridge Terrence M. Hooper Tina Van Cleef Johnson Carla J. Kabaniec Patti Coppola Kemler Thomas H. King James T. Korneliusen Alain F. Maca Kathleen D. Mahar Richard T. Matthews Robert E. Morgan Gary O. Owens Sue Ann Juda Raymond Diana Kitchen Reinhardt Jean B. Ricci Mary Ellen Carter Rich Rocco Riti, Jr. Tom P. Rooney Betsy L. Rosser Robert and Nancy Roth Nicola Boglione Ryan Louis E. Salerno Peter H. Schmidt Paul Schule, Jr. Joseph H. Sears Michael J. Smith Susan B. Steinbrenner Doris Peet Van Vechten Roy M. Ventullo John C. Walton Susan Booth Ward Dana Schwartz Webster Lynn Saslawsky Wilson Gayle Williams Wright Catherine Clarke Wronski Thomas Zubert 1973 $26,880 Raised 8% Participation John J. Agosta
Anne Hausle Ahl Madeline Ahmadidarani Tom Allen Anonymous Edwin A. Assenheimer Yvonne K. Ast Douglas N. Axman Patricia G. P. Baldwin Judith E. Battison Neal M. Belitsky Christine A. Bevilacqua Nicholas E. Billotti Paul J. Bodekor Steve and Donna Cravens Brown Douglas J. Bull Robert D. Bunnell Bruce and Marilyn Hoover Burkey Sharon Weil Campbell Jeremiah J. Casey Edward J. Cavalier Dan Colacino Kevin A. Daly Edward H. Dawson Janet M. Day Joseph A. DiLorenzo Allene Doriski David J. Fraher Margaret M. Freeman Ellen M. Gauthier Scott Gay Thomas J. Gosdeck Daniel R. Gould Jim Graves Joan Dougherty Graves Phyllis E. Griswold Andrew J. Gronski Gary R. Hartranft June Evans Harvey Susan Hastings-Bishop Jan Vogler Hawkins David R. Heath Tom Howarth Ruth E. Hyde Dr. Jeanne M. Jacobson Len F. Jankiewicz Patrick Jeffers Steven H. Katz Martin M. Keibel Stu Krieger Carol A. Kuenzig David and Diane Rowlands Kvam Byron J. Lapham Al Laporta Linda Brooks Larsen Timothy and Lois Leahy Mike and Sharyn Christo Leahy Jane Laidlaw Lyth Annette Svet Mackin Suzanne Bruzdzinski Malpocher Barbara L. Marsh Mark F. Matt Monica Maxwell-Paegle, PhD Patrick M. McCormick Mary Kathleen Held McKerlie William G. McLean
Jane Hasenauer McManus Kathy Gregory Nash Rebecca Archer Neilans Peggy Brokenshire Nelson Susan Frank Nims Linda M. Olivieri Robert H. Olsen Patricia A. Pancoe Margaret Callahan Rappleye Carol Segelken Russell Henry Savage Joanne Tulli Setzer Alan L. Shobert Linda Doell Siconolfi Laurie Silverman Smith David L. Stoloff Linda A. Stone Terence P. Sweeney Paul J. Tatar Dave Turkow Peter and Kathleen Villa Janet Hiller Watson David T. Wells Robert P. Williams Donna Martin Willome 1974 $8,845 Raised 7% Participation Anonymous William S. Baker Terry P. Baker James D. Bell Robert G. Bertram Maureen A. Browne Sylvia Bell Burke John and Bettie Wagner Burtch Elizabeth Herron Cahaney Jeff and Sue Hurley Crane Winifred Cripps Mary H. D’Aloisio Linda Dapcic-Angst James A. Davidson David C. DeFelice Joan M. Di Risio Sue Fundermark Eddy Antoine N. Elhage Deborah Thompson Elliott Michael W. Fichtner David A. Foxen Mary Keller Gaffey Carol Hinckley Gerbing Barbara Brew Herl Nancy A. Hewitt Kim R. Houserman Jan-Lauritzen Hoyt Michael Hrycelak Paul Giannone and Kathleen Huntley Maureen McCarthy Kaus Uadajane Ketcham Roberta L. Klein Teresa M. Knapp James J. Knittel Timothy J. Kreutter Kenneth W. Kuhn John J. Lawrence Mark C. Leader Bill Leavey
Jean Palmer Levitt Barbara J. Lippa Paul E. Marcero Richard J. McDougall James P. McElheny Betty Turchyn Oberst Mickey J. Orr Mark A. Palmer Paul R. Pape Preston E. Pierce Dawn R. Post Paul J. Purfield Margaret Rich Ann Mulroy Riemer Lawrence E. Rowles Bonnie Barthelman Sale Joanne Sciurba Joan C. Sitterly Michael G. Smith Alexa St Julian Jack Stewart Theodore E. Stovall Paul and Sue Mitchell Strickler Denise Le Fevre Sullivan MJ Vrooman Charles E. Wallace John W. Willits Andrea Josephs Yizar 1975 $10,421 Raised 7% Participation Carol Corcoran Achilles Cynthia Young Acklin Cathy Stempel Appleby Susan Gunwaldsen Barra Lana J. Barron Bonnie L. Bower, DDS Regina M. Boyce Wendy Kessler Bryant Vivian Zakielarz Cantor David P. Caron Cynthia Crofts Chambers Mavis Chaskin-Mott Angelina Fiorito Colavito Rick Darcangelo David M. Dinse Robert J. Dittmer Susan Manogue Donk David J. Dowd Eileen A. Doyle Denise J. Dukat David B. Farber Donald A. Golden David J. Gordon Richard D. Hall Karen E. Hirsch Daniel B. Karin Edward and Barbara Filkens King Russell E. Kohnken Kathleen A. Krebs Nancy Wohlers Lee Glenn R. Levitt Robert M. Lewis Millie Loeb and Steven Roffwarg Margie Lovett-Scott Susan Huff Maas
Charitable IRA Legislation is Passed The charitable IRA legislation is back for a repeat performance — don’t miss this second-chance opportunity to make tax-free gifts from your IRA. When the economic stimulus package was approved last fall, it included an extension of the IRA Charitable Rollover. Retroactive to the beginning of this year, this important giving option affords individuals who meet the qualifications to make tax-free gifts to charitable organizations for both the 2008 and 2009 tax years. This is good news for individuals aged 70½ or older with individual retirement accounts. Thanks to the extended charitable IRA legislation, you can once again make outright gifts using IRA funds without tax complications. If you are required to receive minimum distributions from your IRA and you do not need the money for personal use, consider using those funds as a charitable gift. While you cannot claim a charitable deduction for the IRA gifts, you will not pay income tax on the amount.
You may contribute funds this way if: • You are 70½ or older • Your IRA gifts total $100,000 or less each year in 2008 and 2009 • You transfer funds directly from an IRA • You transfer the gifts outright to one or more public charities (This excludes gifts made to charitable trusts, donor advised funds, and supporting organizations.).
The Benefits: • In most cases, the transfer counts toward your minimum required distributions. • The gift generates neither taxable income nor a tax deduction, so even those who do not itemize their tax returns receive the benefit. • You may transfer up to $100,000 directly from your IRA in 2008 and 2009. • The distributions may be in addition to or fulfill any charitable giving you have already planned.
The Next Step: Be sure to contact your tax professional or IRA administrator if you are considering a gift under this law. Also feel free to call Brad Schreiber at (585) 395-5161 or email@example.com with any questions or to make your donation. To learn more about the charitable IRA legislation, visit http://www.brockport.edu/giving/ira_rollover.html
John Martellucci Linda Wehle Martin Sharon Lozipone Mathiason Cheryl Ripberger Matt Doreen Tomaszewski May Marianne McAdam Valerie Walker McCauley Edward J. McGuire Patrick L. Morahan Michael J. Panaggio Sandra M. Perez Karen Pickett Post Jeffrey D. Post Patricia Lupe Priest Barbara McAninch Prohaska Mary C. Pumillo Douglas and Linda LaCrosse Reeves Kathleen A. Reigelman Robert T. Robare Rosemarie Ren Ruck Leonard J. Savedoff Blaine S. Schwartz Nira Schwartz-Nyitray Darlene Runions Sprague Denise Marie Tanguay, PhD Mary Roche Ventullo Gordon H. Weeden Mark D. Werner Pamela A. White Eileen J. Wuethrich 1976 $4,143 Raised 5% Participation Lawrence C. Albanese Billy Allen Blair W. Buchholz Keith E. Childs Matthew Coley Mary E. Corey Emily Finerty DeFilipps Jeri Taylor Elhage John B. Feeney Martha Merritt Fontaine Harry and Patricia Franklin Gail D. Gabriel Frank P. Girardi David G. Hammond Stephanie Lynch Kyono Joan Lesnick-Adams Joann Parry May Roseanne Marmo Mc Morris William C. McClure Linda Polidori McElheny Thomas E. Morris Mary Bartholf Neider Keith J. Noelk Mary L. Olney Steven J. Pechman Susan C. Petersen John C. Rutan Susan Rubel Savedoff Donna L. Schalge Frederick C. Schamu Eileen F. Shirey Donald F. Snyder Daniel O. Stinebiser Richard and Regina Tallman
Alice Belasco Tully Carolyn M. Vacanti Ronald Wendlinger Daniel H. Wojtanik Douglass J. Wyckoff 1977 $6,497 Raised 5% Participation Gabriella Safford Albanese Blaine M. Barham Elena Bullen Stephen J. Cella Patrick M. Clark John and Karen Clarke Dave and Donna Curtis James T. Decker Thomas E. English Christa Freel Filipowicz Anne P. Flynn Michael J. Gabriele Mary Lou Whitney Galasso Jeffrey S. Gifford Jerry Goodfellow Michael R. Goodwin Mike Hill Tina Field Howe Pauline Tung Johnson Susan Huston Jones Marge Josephson Colleen Kennedy Ulanoff Rosalynne Atkins Miller Kenneth W. Moore Katharyn Lieben Peebles Alison Rosen Patrick H. Ruocco Gary E. Sanger Kristine M. Smith Geoffrey C. Squires Julia Hochstadt Sweet Dennis R. Thompson Vicki Stackel Tousant Alan F. Weekes Michael G. Whelan Donald H. Woodworth 1978 $9,496 Raised 5% Participation Diane C. Abel Sandra Amato-Shipton Rick and Diane Amundson John A. Andrus Anonymous William G. Bauer Janice Schneider Birch Alan and Nina Blumlein Steven H. Boettcher Robert A. Brenton Kathleen Kenny Dittrich Cathy L. Flowers Mary Lee Geisel Susan B. Genthner Gail Harpel Gucker Terry M. Hack John C. Harter, Jr. Roxanne Andriello Hettler Kathleen Ellithorpe Isaac Donald H. Kalke
Sharon M. Kehoe Kevin R. Kreso Melody M. Landberg Mark S. Levine Steven R. Levy Marcia E. Lloyd Janet Goodness McClure David J. Mc Morris Janis J. Murray Charles Neustadt Christine Olsen Thomas D. Quinlan Arnold K. Rauscher Jane Huntley Reagan Donna M. Reynolds Robert M. Roseman Alan “Rosey” Rosenthal Gary P. Russell James C. Scardinale Debra Engelmeyer Schankweiler Charles E. Snyder Lily Ng Squires Bryan C. Tousant Douglas W. Trinder Kevin M. Walsh Steve Wheaton Mike Whitlock Steven A. Wolff Suzanne Parker Zigrossi, EdD 1979 $16,956 Raised 7% Participation Dr. Betty Marian Anderson Anonymous Lynn A. Arthur Robert D. Baden Todd H. Baker Sharon Belle-Render Allan R. Berry John D. Bologna Mark W. Bradbard Kenneth E. Clarke Martina Pohl Coker John P. Coleman Joseph S. Crociata Roxanne Bennett Curtis Frank D. Dittrich Colleen T. Donaldson Daniel and Priscilla Donovan Robert F. Ecklund Lawrence E. Epstein Susan Estep-Fisher Joan S. Fenton Gregg and Jean Zuberer Frankel Diane M. Fulkerson John L. Guty Ann Stewart Hack Caryl Hertzlich Hahn Harriet J. Heller Sherri R. Janousky David Kielaszek Barbara Juliano Kielaszek Jeffrey C. Lamison Aaron Lepold Frank E. Maehr Frank D. Mazur Beverly V. McInerny Mary Alice McParlane
Cynthia Medina-Weinberg Vincent C. Miccoli Bruce Minkoff Wendy Soronson Minter Diane Nicholl-Cucciniello Bruce E. Painting W. Jack Palombella Thomas A. Patterson James and Lorene Calligaris Pedro Gary B. Quilliam Gerard Reidy Laurie S. Schoch Martin A. Schwartz Diane Chandley Scott Allan S. Silverman Connie Sommer Paul E. Sonnenberg Eugene H. Spafford Willard J. Sproule Daniel E. Stedem Patricia Elliott Stevens Barbra Houle Stewart Denise A. Stoll Patricia Gavigan Sullivan Jim Van Haneghan Kate Veness-Meehan Rich Verdillo Cheryl Jamieson Wagner Roxanne Wallace James M. Weber, Jr.
1980 $4,879 Raised 5% Participation Charles H. Appell Charles J. Avino Patrick S. Capuano Deborah S. Cook Deborah A. Dibley Jean S. Doremus Drew M. Francis Douglas J. Gaylor Glenn Goldberg Don Hallenbeck Carey B. Hatch Avis Hooper Gretchen Gallagher Hughes William and Lauren Hunter Richard A. Krebs Jeffrey T. Lashbrook Hon. Gay Hotchkiss Lenhard Donna Miller Leonard Steve Lewine Kevin M. Logsdon Ronald A. Lounsbury Linda Scherr Maehr Richard M. Magere Paul J. Maligno Steve McMaster Carolyn Kerber Miller Maureen Deltry O’Brien John F. Parisella Rhonda Farrell Parrish Daniel R. Patsos Sonya J. Pease Sharon E. Peterson Pamela Baxter Savage Joseph D. Scanlan
Rev. Matthew H. Snider Gary J. Sullivan Judith Szustakowski JoAnn F. Vierthaler 1981 $9,181 Raised 4% Participation Deborah A. Birkins Timothy W. Carey James C. Casey Mary E. Corey Patrick M. Crowley Michael J. Deliz Peter and Linda Dowe John P. Ennis Joan Miceli-Federico Jeanne Nelidov Gerber Diana Kleve Hallenbeck Thomas A. Henderson Judith C. Joyce Christine E. Landry Kirk J. Leister Karen Logsdon Donna Reynolds Matthews Joseph J. Matthews Patrick J. Mickle Nancy Ellison Morrice Barbara J. Myers Frank J. O’Donnell Carl and Carol Redshaw Petronio Anthony and MaryAnne Pietrzykowski Maryellen Parnell Post Jacqueline Jones Prince Thomas L. Rockwell Diane L. Ryan Douglas E. Schumacher Nancy Warren-Oliver Philip R. West Bruce L. Winston 1982 $10,295 Raised 5% Participation Donald R. Allen J. Scott Atkinson David Birnbaum Kevin P. Bohne Dr. Mary Esposito Brick Terry D’Attore Shelly Dimon Deliz Tina Del Rosso Donle James F. Duffey Sandra Ehni Robert J. French Howard J. Friedman Alexander Giovanniello Corey A. Horowitz Holly M. Jones Susan Diane Jones Colleen H. Kane Thomas R. Kingsley Warren R. Kozireski Ed Lasky Christine Rego Maier James B. Mangin Suzanne Allis Miller Scott N. Morrisroe
Marjorie L. Perlman Lisa Johnson Perrotti Charles L. Queri John T. Reighn Cliff M. Scutella Louis and Gene Spiro Rev. Encie Nagel Stevens Woody VanDenburg 1983 $13,169 Raised 5% Participation Patrick M. Adams Thomas M. Bell Dereck D. Bigford Ronald D. Bradt Leslie A. Bull Patricia A. Byrne Maureen E. Casey John W. Cochol Anthony P. Conetta Mark and Rose McBride Devine Neil and Laurie Zettler Epstein Frank S. Famiano Ilene J. Fessette Kenneth W. Fredrick Barbara Michels Giovanniello Gregory D. Goggins Joanne Greene-Blose Tina Szmyr Haldeman Christine Hammer Leslie Cohen Hefter Rebecca Goldstone Horowitz Walter L. Kehoe Dolores Carroll Krebs Michael S. Krug Linda Aull Lasky Richard A. Leahy Christopher P. Leichtweis Kevin P. Malenga Ellen McKinnon Ellen J. Meyer David A. Morenberg Ronald W. Nortier Douglas J. Nothnagle Richard and Sarah Simpson Powell Dan Raimondo Richard A. Reeves Kevin G. Richard Michael R. Riley Thomas D. Sanger Jean Hallen Sauberan Carol J. Saylor Brad Schreiber Steven H. Slate David and Sandra Strasenburgh Louis S. Taxin Jane Duffy Weisser Michael J. West Ronald and Michelle Littlefield Winnie 1984 $3,961 Raised 5% Participation Judith H. Brown Alan R. Bull Lorne Cohen
Frank D. Dalo Jodi Becker Davis Joseph Devito Russ Finley Blane Allen Harding Nancy Hemry-Botts Elizabeth Fischer Huxel Lisa Gray Knecht R.J. Koons Ronald G. Leonard Christopher Q. Leverett William P. Lista Marie Russo Merenda Kellie Wilkinson Okoniewski Terry O’Toole Sylvia Paul-Ellis Lois Bubb Petote Peter R. Pirnie R.D. Sargent Condit Diane Smith Scheible Karen Schuhle-Williams, PhD Cindy Rizzo Schultz Noreen E. Sheridan Joanne Steckler Tercovich John and Bonnie Garcia White Stephen R. Zogby 1985 $10,890 Raised 5% Participation Michael D. Andriatch Anonymous Rose Brooks Thomas J. Burns Kelly J. Calabrese Christopher P. Celella Joan L. Christ Elizabeth Erickson Clarisse Nancy Wetherell Demarte John S. Denio Mary Beth Sears Devito Michael A. Dreimiller Maria Fortuna-Nevin Dr. Charles and Barbara Gamble Goshorn Janet M. Hill Thomas F. Honeck Vincent Leonardis Michele Liguori-Alampi Shoshana Melnick Ralph R. Meranto Ellen Drexel Monaghan Kevin P. Murphy Barbara Morse Peyton Mark A. Pinchak Bernadette Mesolella Porter Loretta Whalen Postiglione Linda Jacobs Potash Cheryl Y. Pressley Paul and Sharon Wetmore Rosati Ronald Sanchez Paul A. Scutieri Andrea F. Shapiro Lisa Hoffman Shepard Andrea Houston Sherard Harriet Sally Sisson James M. Slattery
Carol A. Smith Suzanne Galvin Smith Maggie Leonard Valentini Thomas R. Velz Christine E. Waldo 1986 $7,825 Raised 5% Participation Thomas C. Abraham Beth Felo Adkins Julius W. Aebly Kerry Rehfuss Bandis John and Suzanne King Berger Betsey Dechert Boss Jody L. Caldwell Debra McKeown Caputo Terry L. Cox Ricki Martin De Baun Anthony and Lori McKown DeLorenzo Bryan J. Doherty Charlotte Utley Downing David J. Geary Bob “Gio” Giovanniello Jeanne B. Goddard and Steven D. Stull Debbie DiNardo Guenther Audrey Renneman Hallenbeck Mary Auberger Jasinski Jennifer Williams Klawonn Darryl P. Lindsay Mark E. Martinchek Laurie Meehan Millspaugh Lory Molino-Smith Kenneth J. Murphy Donny Ophals Shona N. Perry Angela D’Ambrosi Trzepkowski Jim Whittle Ellen M. Wilber 1987 $6,574 Raised 4% Participation Anonoymous Eileen McEnerney Bannerman Susan E. Barnard Peter A. Bird Edward Chazan Andrew A. Chen Ian B. Cohen Linanne Baker Conroy Rosemary Viscardi Custer Jorge L. Garcia, Jr. Karen E. Hegeman Jon C. Huxel Mary Hechtel Khunger Jenny Lloyd Paula J. Martin Teresa Mayfield Sandra H. Meade Julia Maynard Morrison Jose N. Munoz Donna Garrett Noble Karen A. Owen Christopher B. Reich
Teaching Alumni Honored
Margo Shaw Sarkisian Louise Scudieri, CRNA, MS Gary L. Shirley Brenda Lewis Smith Kenneth Trzepkowski Claire Dolson VanDenBerghe
Vickie Mike ’76, a Horseheads High School Spanish teacher, has been named the 2009 New York State Teacher of the Year. New York State Commissioner of Education Richard Mills announced the award at the September Board of Regents meeting. Mike, a Horseheads graduate, has been teaching at Horseheads High School for 28 years, and has been a teacher for more than 30 years. She received a bachelor’s degree from The College at Brockport in 1976, a master’s degree from the State University of New York at Buffalo in 1983, and a doctorate in education from Binghamton University in 2000. As an undergraduate and graduate student, she studied abroad at the Universities of Seville, Salamanca, and Madrid, Spain, as well as at the University of Besançon in France. She is now the state representative for the National Teacher of the Year Award, and will be honored at events throughout the state. This year, she will join representatives from the other states and territories at the White House, when President Barack Obama will announce the National Teacher of the Year.
1988 $3,384 Raised 4% Participation Mark R. Aesch Mary Sue Bennett David A. Berky Beverly Brownell Brust Thomas A. Bullinger John M. Conway William L. Coughlin Stephen Cousins Bridget Blaise Crist Megan R. Day Kellisue Loftus Friedman Barry J. Galloway Mary E. Hauptmann Cathy Houston-Wilson Pamela W. Krahe Jim Maddock Michael P. Mahoney Todd M. Majewski Gwen Martone-Mazza Leslie Whiting McIntyre Roger L. Misso Susan Charles Orbaker Adedolapo and Adebusola Oyefeso Angela Lutz Reich Kevin and Kathy Ring Timothy A. Rosado Rocco P. Salomone Stephen L. Smythe Janet Roethel Starwald Gayel VanFleet Todd Brian L. Tucker Kathleen S. Vaughn James R. Voutour Susan Scull Zauderer Kean A. Zeches
Amy Bielunis ’05 is a star! Bielunis is one of 51 teachers to receive the 2008 American Star of Teaching Award. A physical education teacher at Mount Lebanon Elementary School in West Lebanon, NH, Bielunis accepted the title for the state of New Hampshire, having been selected from more than 5,000 nominees nationwide. The 51 award-winning teachers are from all 50 states and Washington, DC. Bielunis’ energy, optimism and passion for teaching are the qualities for which her students and colleagues nominated her. She inspires her students to reach for their best while engaging in different sports and movement activities. A role model, Bielunis teaches by her own example how to apply determination and dedication to a cause, and succeed at achieving important goals. “The College at Brockport is the reason I am the educator I am today. The College taught me what it means to be an effective teacher,” said Bielunis.
1989 $6,368 Raised 4% Participation Daniel B. Askey John G. Beck Michael P. Blumenauer Virginia Campbell Lin Case Thomas L. Conroy Mary Nagel Cousins Kevin J. Dailor Edmund Z. Dobrowski, Jr. Scott T. Farrell Cheryl A. Fehnel Linda Hoelscher Glose Peggi A. Hart Stephen and Allison Kaiser Christopher S. Knop Donna M. Kowal Linda C. Krieger John A. Leone Kevin T. McCormack
Rodney Miller Lisa Nanartowich-White Michael J. Newell Karen M. Olson Mary R. Powley Grace H. Pritchett Alice T. Riggs Daniel R. Sargent Cinnamon Freeman Soehner Amy Buongiorne Stamp Carl T. Thomas Steven Varsames Sharon J. Vincent David G. Young 1990 $3,611 Raised 4% Participation Susan A. Azzolino Noel D. Blair Monica Carson Brasted John C. Curry Sharon Reynolds Delly Rob DiCarlo Lynn E. Eick James J. Fradenburg David C. Harris Frederick C. Harter Joseph E. Heim Daniel P. Kennedy Teresa K. Lehr Lana M. Limpert Allis M. Marion Philip G. McBurney Don M. McDonald Janet Kamp McLean Sandra A. Meleca Tim Nekritz Tara Cornwell Peacock Allen S. Plymale Jack W. Sager Andrew C. Sarat Kimberley Scott-Michaels Lesley A. Tillotson Debra Rivituso Varsames Patricia Decillis Yargeau Julie White Young 1991 $2,485 Raised 3% Participation David and Melissa Alkins Dana C. Aultman Marcus C. Barnes Kim A. Bauer Jason A. Benham Patty Seubert Blair Kerry Collins-Gross Carmelina Anthony Derrico Joan Kleeh Feffer Peter J. Gagen James S. Hoffman Phillip K. Johnson Donna L. Kennison Jeffrey E. Kwas Barbara Wright Lamb Karen M. Maras Robert W. Marchiony Corey J. McAtee
Darlene W. Moore Janique M. Nine Christine Graziano Parker Jane A. Pascoe Daniel F. Rogers Torrance L. Schmitz Jeffrey P. Sheehan Irene M. Stumberger Paula Yandow-Reilly 1992 $3,232 Raised 3% Participation Jason A. Barnes Julie Bogdan Missy Swald Camman Guy E. Carr Margaret G. Cavalier Michelle Enriot Corbett Kristeena Hurd Cyr Patricia Kelly Davis Scott R. DiMarco Margaret Elliott Ecklund Thomas Ferrazzi Ferris Valerie Wojtowicz Fitzsimmons Kathryn Freer-Firkins Johnna M. Frosini Tammela Schepler Hamlin Virginia A. Hebda John W. Hoey, Jr. Michael E. Hoyt George J. Koegel Bonnie W. Kreutter Sandra Sleeper Lehr Brenda A. Lyness Marie T Mayfield Earnest N. Miller Charles R. Privitera Douglas D. Reichel Kathleen Meinke Reichert Greg E. Schultz Lee F. Serravillo Rick and Linda Sweeting Maryanne Talia Barbara J. Thompson April Nelson Ticknor 1993 $5,068 Raised 3% Participation Christa Geise Aldrich Katie Andriatch Diane D. Bonarigo Kathleen A. Boughton Margaret Montaglione Clark Kerry Cleveland-Collard Joseph E. DeCaro Marcella and John Esler Paul D. Fortner Laurie A. Freeman Lisa Gerst Mary Heveron-Smith Mark T. Holcomb Marilyn Hill Isaacs Adrienne A. Jenkins Emerson C. Klees Scott M. Kopec Kate Kulp David L. McCurdy
James and Darlene Thimble Meggesto Sara Eilola Niemeyer David A. Palandro Paul J. Payne Donald C. Pingleton III Joseph J. Praino Brian R. Quick Dyann Leonard Serravillo Kevin and Lisa Norton Sharlow Susan Figenscher Shaw Josh Silber Karen Speedy Altergott Jeff Thomas Jennifer A. Tom Paul “PJ” Wendel Michael G. Williams
Floyd B. Hopkins Shannon T. Jennison Gillette LeVau Kempf Edward F. Knaak Sean M. Lavigne Jane Elwood Lebak Kristine M. Littrell Michael Mellace KayFrances Mott Michael P. Nyhan Carol A. Orto Susan Roos Pearson James M. Polvino John Sapienza Darlene M. Schmitt Christopher Van Gorden Marcia Wieczorek
1994 $1,505 Raised 3% Participation Randyll P. Bowen Susan Fogg Brightman Kathleen E. Gailor Patricia A. Harris Lesia Hrycelak Anne C. Hughes Deanna Krusenstjerna Tom McDonald Elizabeth H. Pagel Katherine Grace Purcell Joan E. Schockow Elizabeth A. Tice Debbie Hinkley Toms Caroline Hooper Wojtaszek
1997 $1,115 Raised 2% Participation Alan Boekhout Paul and Rhonda Donselaar Carner Stephen L. DiFilippo William and Mary LaRonde Heidi Melens Rebecca Plant Mellace Victoria Prusinowski Phipps Jason and Stacy Frederick Spector Robert J. Stiles
1995 $3,055 Raised 2% Participation John G. Baker Maureen Moore Ballard Michael J. Burlaka Nancy A. Colsman Jama L. Dodson Alicia Cabiedes Fink Kathleen A. Frank Elizabeth Waters Harrison Mary Barnard Hawken Molly Galloway Hegeman Daniel J. Horgan Heather M. Jones Geraldine A. McCarty Joy Koudelka McDonald Dean C. Poodry Mark W. Rowland Thomas E. Ryan Shannon Sauro Janice Miller Sherman Pamela J. Stiles Michael and Alethea Fitzgerald Trinkaus 1996 $2,027 Raised 2% Participation Anonymous Nora Y. Bell Robert P. Franklin Shirley L. Hans
1998 $2,039 Raised 2% Participation Jennifer Jesionowski Arbore Maria Ehresman Janet L. Gibbons Jack E. Harbold, Jr. Sue Herbert William and Ruth Lang Christopher M. Leone Claire Marziotti Raymond D. Mulgrew Mark Ricci Seidu Sofo Adam T. Standish Jonathan M. Vanhuben Peggy S. Warren Ben Werzinger Holly Wittman Stoddard 1999 $1,348 Raised 1% Participation Mark and Dana Bonsignore Chris Bray Andrew M. Corbett Michael K. Evans Michael J. Gorse Scott G. Haines Edie Hill Julie Calkins Murawski Gregory Rusinovich Mary VanDenburgh Bernard F. Weber
2000 $1,939 Raised 2% Participation Heather Schaal Allen Helen J. Cheves Neil P. Chodorow Christine and Jeffrey Crafts Patricia A. Hartigan Michelle Benedict Kingdollar Stanley G. Lyons Jason R. Mangone Sarah J. Moon Laurie Wyviorka Nelson Elisa Oviedo Diane Ranocchia Boni Michele Jacek Rase Elizabeth Jerome Standish Kevin M. Whelehan 2001 $2,176 Raised 2% Participation Kenneth R. Barchet Donald S. Goodman Mary C. Kirk Julia Kay Lareau Giannine E. Lioi Pat Mahoney William F. Moughan, Jr. Michael G. Nicholson Christopher O’Connor Brian P. Peppers Rebecca A. Perrault Frank D. Rossetti Sheila M. Strong Wendy J. Vonhold William R. Wilkinson 2002 $1,278 Raised 2% Participation Robert and Kimberly Banks Hyeyeon Cicconi-Eggleston Latasha S. Craig Donald J. Favro Sheryl Gonzalez Scott D. Green Heidi Kozireski Amy L. Kruppenbacher Roberta T. Majka Tabitha Hitchcock O’Connor Lindsey Schmitt Rozzi Lauren R. Snyder Rhonda St. Amant Matthew M. Vanderwerf 2003 $1,810 Raised 1% Participation Leonard J. Baker Susan A. Barco Justin L. Beach Sarah J. Bradley Theresa M. Jones Kirsten R. Martin Marjorie Robinson Brandon St. John Nicole M. Wilkinson Benjamin D. Wineburg
2004 $614 Raised 1% Participation John J. Akers Michael D. Arena Lenora A. Colaruotolo Rebecca Christopher Herzog Andrew J. Knoph Frank R. LaSala Jeffrey R. Martin 2005 $651 Raised 1% Participation Kim Ehret Alfred J. Heilman Mark F. Heintz, Jr. Paul L. Jonasse Donald D. LaSala Kalyani K. Madhu Amy P. Michatek Justin P. Rogers 2006 $1,099 Raised 1% Participation Michael C. Beach Jennifer L. Heim Steven B. Lewis Steven V. Reynolds Terry N. Russell Debi Small 2007 $1,295 Raised 2% Participation Laura Glenn Frank J. Guidice Errico M. Mannoni Rebecca M. McGee Carl R. O’Connor Jim Parry William P. Sachman Tristan S. Walach William F. Weiss 2008 $134 Raised 1% Participation Laura E. Glenn Tammy A. Poydock Stephanie C. Squadrito Torry N. Tooley * deceased
Emeriti and Relatives Robert W. Adams Mark and Marlies Anderson Bill and Monika Andrews Anonymous Herbert S. Bailey Patricia Baker ‘61 Edward and Jeanette ‘53 Banker Janet W. Beck ’70 Morris and Carol Beers Gerald L. Begy John and Susan Bixler Walter A. Borowiec Walter and Abbie Boston Walter F. Brautigan ‘63 Henry L Bretton Albert W. and Marjorie * Brown Steven F. Buckley Sandra P. Cain John and Linda Chasse Mou Ta and Kathleen Chen Eunice C. Chesnut ‘73 Sara and Jim Cook C. Samuel Cornish Beverly J. Crandall Paul ’61 and Aleen Curran Irene R. D’Agostino ‘50 Judith Desfosses W. Raymond and Ute Duncan William C. Elwell Harold ’51 and Norma ’52 Emmerson Drs. Rawle and Ena Farley Francis Filardo Sondra H. Fraleigh Richard and Ann Frey Craig W. Gallagher ‘72 Jeanne Gerber ‘81 Bob and Ann Getz Alice F. Goosley Jean Gravelle ‘69 Frederick J. Gravetter
Carolyn Greene ‘70 H. David Hammond Susan C. Hawkes Craig and Dona Hazen Helen W. Hemmer Marion T. Hill James J. Horn Larry Humm Ruth E. Hyde ‘73 Judith Jennejahn ‘58 Donald H. Johnson Ralph and Zerith Jordan Benita M. Jorkasky Joseph R. and Janice A. Kandor Sharon Kehoe ‘78 Gregory A. Kenney ‘66 John Killigrew Teresa Knapp ‘74 Byron J. Lapham ‘73 Sarah F. Liebschutz Martin S. Lindauer Akira Loveridge-Sanbonmatsu Peter Luskey Nathan and Joan Lyons Raj Madan Pat Mahoney ‘01 Richard Mancuso Robert and Frances Marx Julie McWherter Bud and Sandy ‘87 Meade John G. Michaels Elaine K. Miller Robert J. Miller Frances Moroney Whited Kazumi Nakano Susannah H. Newman Thomas A. Nugent Joyce Ogden Eugene ’53 and Mary Orbaker Darwin and Sharon Palmiere Mauro ’52 and Rita Panaggio Hunt Parker
Lynn H. and Anne ’82 Parsons Sylvia Paul-Ellis ‘84 Robert Pedersen ‘50 Shona N. Perry ‘86 Ingo and Dorothy Petersen Anthony and Mary Anne ’81 Pietrzykowski George and Anita Pinckney John F. Price Jill Rakov ‘66 Calvin and Margaret ’74 Rich Bill and Ann Rock Jane B. Romal Eileen Rose Betsy L. Rosser ‘72 John Royal Robert and Molly Rutzen Carol J. Sample ‘69 Tonya Satryb Kempes and Ann Schnell Barbara W. Sherwood George C. Simmons Dr. Ralph R. and Harriet ’85 Sisson Melvin ’53 and Helen ’55 Smagorinsky Dr. and Mrs. Delmont C. Smith Armin Sommer Arline Stephany Ginny L. Studer Carol I. Timby Vincent and Martha Tollers Rochelle Turian-Wolf John and Maxine Van de Wetering Andrew ’49 and Sue ’46 Virgilio Ann Weitzel Wanda L. Wilt Jack and Gladys Wolsky * deceased
Gloria Mattera Society Mary Joan Allen William and Monica Andrews Anonymous (4) Herbert S. Bailey Nancy C. Barbour Carol J. Belden Henry L and Marian * Bretton Marguerite (Peg) Hare Browne ‘44 David J. Carney * Lin Case ‘89 Esther L. Casselman ‘34 * Colleen Donaldson ‘77 Scott Farrell ‘89 A. John Fiorino ‘53 A. Gregory FitzGerald Scott A. Frutchey ‘89 Alice W. and Fletcher M. * Garlock Ralph and Elizabeth * Gennarino
Turi T. Gibson ‘75 Jean and Lawrence O. Gostin ‘71 Thomas W. Heath ‘35 * Janie M. Hill ‘85 Lucinda Hazen Hill * Chrystal Kelley Hoffman ‘39 * Willard W. and Judith Hunter Dawn and Michael Jones Mildred C. and Howard E. * Kiefer Doris L. Lee * Edward C. Lehman, Jr. Elaine Leshnower ‘61 Jennifer M. Lloyd ‘87 Patrick S. Madama ‘77 Alfred and Marilyn Ryder Mahlmann ‘47 Susan Kwas Maloney ‘67 Richard Maxwell ‘60 *
S. Jean Boyd McKay ‘59 Richard and Sandra ’87 Meade Grace Milton ‘40 J. Emory Morris Robert E. O’Brien * Thelma A. Quicke ‘36 George M. ‘54 and Rosa A. Rich Paul W. Sarbou ‘53 Rose L. Strasser * Ginny L. Studer Linda Panarites Sweeting ‘92 Judith E. Szustakowski ‘80 Stephen and Marcia Ullman David ‘82 and Marianne ‘86 Virgilio Florence Remsen Wage ‘30 * June E. and Robert S. Zimmer * deceased
From left: Atheltic Director Lin Case, Eugene Orbaker ’53, head women’s soccer coach Joan Schockow, assistant women’s soccer coaches Fred Parker ’89 and Jen Monfiletto ’97.
Eugene Orbaker Honored as Women’s Soccer Celebrates 25th Anniversary Eugene Orbaker celebrates 50 years at Brockport The “Father of Brockport Women’s Soccer,” Eugene Orbaker, associate professor emeritus in the Department of Physical Education and Sport, was honored September 22 during the women’s soccer game against Buffalo State as part of the 25th anniversary celebration of women’s soccer at Brockport. He also is celebrating 50 years as a member of The College at Brockport community. Orbaker coached the Brockport women’s soccer team beginning in 1983 and continuing for three seasons, leading the team to 30 wins and just 12 loses. That first season, he led the Golden Eagles to the State University of New York Athletic Conference (SUNYAC) Championship with a 12-1-1 record. “In either the academic venue or the athletic venue, Eugene is a gentleman, a true professional we are proud to have representing Brockport. He has ‘class’ and models that in every situation, whether he’s attending soccer games, working with colleagues in teacher certification meetings, introducing himself to principals of local schools, or working the Brockport exhibit booth at the state conference. His loyalty to both the academic program and the athletic program is legend. As Mike Andriatch (office of development) says, ‘Bleed green and gold,’ Eugene Orbaker does,” said Susan C. Petersen, associate professor and chair in the Department of Physical Education and Sport. In the 25 years of women’s soccer at Brockport, there have been 77 players named to All-SUNYAC squads, 40 players to AllState honors and seven named to the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA)/Adidas All-Region team for the Northeast Region.
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Monica Brasted ‘90 Zara R. Brenner Steven and Kim Breslawski Gary P. Briggs Nancy E. Brinkwart Melissa M. Brown Melva L. Brown Carol R. Brown Arden K. Bucholz Laura Buckner Donna Buczek Lisa M. Burch Sandra P. Cain Charles and Brenda Callahan Virginia Campbell ‘89 Jill Campbell ‘70 John Carlson Christian A. Carson and Sara DiDonato Susan and Gary Carter Elizabeth Caruso Lin Case ‘89
Denise Catlin Dr. Mark J. Chadsey Dr. Alisia and Mr. Duncan Chase John J. Chelonis Helen J. Cheves ‘00 Gregory J. Christo Brett Codori Lee J. Cohen Susan Collier George F. Cond Vivian Condello Tom Cone William M. Conklin Joan Consler Judy A. Conway Denise A. Copelton Andrew M. Corbett ‘99 James J. Cordeiro Mary E. Corey ‘81 Christine ‘00 and Jeffrey Crafts Latasha Craig ‘02 Luz Cruz
Carol Cuddihee John C. Curry ‘90 Halil Damar Jacqueline Davis Carol A. Davis Kevin Day John De Baun ‘71 Marg Delaney Mary A. Derleth ‘91 Lori A. Dersham Rob DiCarlo ‘90 Georges Dicker Brian Dickinson Sara M. Dierks ‘07 William S. Dillon Diane R. Dimitroff Nancy DiPasquale Robert A. Dobmeier Colleen T. Donaldson ‘79 Susan Donk ‘75 Peter ‘81 and Linda Dowe Edward H. Downey
Diane Drake ‘95 Drake Library Staff Betty Drennen William H. Dresnack John and Lucinda Dumaw James C. Dusen Charles Edwards Kim Ehret ‘05 Ralph Eisenmann Phyllis Romano Eldred Victoria Elsenheimer Laura Emerson ‘90 Marcella ‘93 and John Esler Moira A. Fallon James Fatula John Feeney ‘76 Joshua Fegley ‘04 Dr. Douglas A. Feldman Richard and Joan ‘79 Fenton Kelly Ferris ‘07 Debra Fisher Patti Follansbee
Faculty and Staff Christa M. Aldrich ‘93 Andrea Alexander David E. Alkins ‘91 Heather Anderson ‘00 Michael D. Andriatch ‘85 Anonymous (12) S. Reddy Anugu Stuart Appelle Cathy Appleby ‘75 John S. Appleman Mariangela Ardino Daniel B. Askey ‘89 Eileen C. Askey J. Scott Atkinson ‘82 Jeremy J. Babcock Virginia M. Bacheler David K. Bagley Zay Lynn Bailey Sister Beverly Baker ‘86 Joseph and Linda Balog Betsy Ann Balzano Dr. Mihail Barbosu
Susan A. Barco ‘03 Jim E. Bareis ‘85 Amy Barnhill Susan Bayer Justin L. Beach ‘03 Kathy Becker Jamie Beers-Wilson Jonathan ‘67 and Nancy Bell Nora Y. Bell ‘96 Sharon Belle-Render ‘79 Jacob F. Benninger David A. Berky ‘88 Allan R. Berry ‘79 Marcia A. Betlem ‘67 Edwina Billings Deborah A. Birkins ‘81 Richard W. Black Ralph W. Black Rob Blanchet ‘01 Davida Bloom Kevin Bosner Robert Bouchard
Members of the women’s basketball team pose for a photo after clearing the leaves from the yard of Mel Smagorinsky ’53.
Brockport Athletes Team Up to Serve Community Brockport’s athletic teams aren’t just winners on the field, they’re also winners when it comes to community service. Several teams were busy throughout the fall with service projects that are helping to meet the needs of area families and senior citizens. During the last two weeks of October and the first week of November, Golden Eagles teams worked together to collect more than 70 winter coats to donate to the Brockport Area Clothing Center. On Halloween night, more than 200 athletes collected more than 1,000 pounds of non-perishable food items from the Brockport community and delivered the food to the Brockport Area Food Shelf. Then in early November, teams and student athletes took part in the Fourth Annual Leaf Raking Day as part of the SUNYAC-wide community service project. The teams divided up into work groups to clear the leaves from more than 50 yards of Village of Brockport senior citizens.
Julie Ford Diana E. Fox Joseph S. Franek Joel Frater Laurie A. Freeman ‘93 Johnna M. Frosini ‘92 Becky Gagne John and Lynne Gardner Ave Gardner Mark Gardner Robert J. Gemmett James Georger Sarah L. Georger Lisa Gerst ‘93 Robert and Carol Giblin Mary Jo Gigliotti Tim Gilbert Bob Gilliam Robin Glazier Stephen Godleski Carol Godsave ‘89 Thomas Golaszewski
Sheryl Gonzalez ‘02 Joan M. Graves ‘73 Connie Graves Jeanne M. Grinnan ‘87 Phyllis E. Griswold ‘73 Kathleen H. Groves ‘70 Diana Grzywacz Amy Guptill Linda Hacker Peter Hager Scott ‘99 and Kimberley Haines John and Kathy Halstead James and Carol Haynes Craig and Dona Hazen Jennifer M. Hecker Susanna Heins ‘97 Barbara Joyce Helf Timothy Henry Rebecca Herzog ‘04 Anna Hintz Susan Hoffman Brian and Michelle Hofstra
Jack T. Hogan ‘71 Terrance ‘72 and Avis Hooper Susan E. Hopkins ‘94 Cathy Wilson ‘88 Amy M. Hudzinski Larry M. Hueser ‘93 Anne Huot Nancy S. Iafrati ‘77 O. Steve Ireland Joe and Angelique Johnston Roxanne and John Johnston Theresa M. Jones ‘03 Dr. Dawn Jones and Mr. Michael Jones Melanie L. Jones Daniel B. Karin ‘75 Manmadharao Kasaraneni Robert J. Kehoe John and Lynn Keiser Patricia Kendall Donna L. Kennison ‘91 Donald Kent
Karen E. Kifer Rick and Sharon Kincaid Laura J. Kingdollar Mary C. Kirk ‘01 Phyllis Kloda Darby T. Knox Nicole M. Kolivas Ferman Konukman Donna M. Kowal ‘89 David Kowalczyk * Warren Kozireski ‘82 Amy L. Kruppenbacher ‘02 Frank Kuhn J. Roger Kurtz Richard and Lorraine Lair Kadathur B. Lakshmanan Deborah Lamphron Jeffrey T. Lashbrook ‘80 Cheryl A. Lattimore Teresa Lehr ‘90 W. Bruce Leslie Ruth LeVesque
Dena B. Levy Steven B. Lewis ‘06 Lauren J. Lieberman Giannine E. Lioi ‘01 Pamela J. List Jennifer J. Little Rebecca G. Livingston ‘03 Jenny Lloyd ‘87 Leslie Locketz Maggie Logan Karen Logsdon ‘81 Margie Lovett-Scott ‘75 Anne Macpherson Derek MacTurk Clarke M. Mahaney Joseph and Joyce Makarewicz Jose Maliekal Jason R. Mangone ‘00 Joani Martin Morag Martin Nick Mascari Judy Massare
Timothy Massey Diane Maurer Catriona McCarroll Thomas M. McDermott Mary A. McGonigal Steve McMaster ‘80 Laurel McNall Heidi Melens ‘97 Merrill Melnick James ‘72 and Marcy ‘73 Miceli Sherri Micheli Earnest Miller ‘92 Mildred Peggs Mills Clyde Morgan Julie Morgan J. Emory Morris James Morris Jason R. Morris Sandra L. Mullin Dr. Matthew Mulvaney Donald Murray ‘69 Christine Murray
Kim Harris Myers Donna J. Napier Sam Nicolosi Donna Noble ‘87 Mark R. Noll Lisa C. Noreck Chris and Melissa Norment Mark Norris Sue Novinger Yusuf A. Nur David and Cherise Oakley Megan Obourn Ken O’Brien Nancy O’Connor Carl R. O’Connor ‘07 Pam O’Keefe Suzanne Oliver Karen S. Olson Peggy O’Neil Mary Jo Orzech John J. Osowski Gary O. Owens ‘72 Alison M. Parker Anthony Parrino Janet Peluso-Militello
Susan M. Perry Cassandra M. Persons Susan C. Petersen ‘76 Victoria Phipps ‘97 Karen Podsiadly Jeffrey ‘75 and Maryellen ‘81 Post Nancy J. Prell Christopher Price Darwin Prioleau Julie Pruss James and Pamela ‘65 Quamo Stanley F. Radford Kulathur S. Rajasethupathy P. Gibson Ralph T. M. Rao Kim Remley Mark Ricci ‘98 Ruth Rigerman ‘65 Paul Robinson Scott M. Rochette L. Scott Rodas Alberta Roesser ‘00 Daniel F. Rogers ‘91
Justin P. Rogers ‘05 Jane Romal Kyle Rombaut William G. Rowe Mark W. Rowland ‘95 Pamela Rowles William M. Rowley Janet Roy Anna Rupert William P. Sachman ‘07 Rocco ‘88 and Kelly ‘88 Salomone John Sapienza ‘96 Daniel R. Sargent ‘89 Natalie Sarrazin Helen Saunders Shannon Sauro ‘95 Patricia J. Sauro Penny L. Sayles Michael ‘70 and Linda ‘73 Schaffer Douglas M. Scheidt Robin Schepler Mary Jo Schlecht Thomas R. Schmidt ‘69
Darlene M. Schmitt ‘96 Joan Schockow ‘94 Brad Schreiber ‘83 Karen Schuhle-Williams, PhD ‘84 Anthony Scime Daniel and Kim Scott Susan R. Seem Richard and Sandra Selden Shirley Shaw Lena Shiao Francis Short Rey Antonio Sia Roberta Simmons Dr. Sandeep Singh Lara Sipols Howard Skogman Jacqueline Slifkin Laurie Smith ‘73 Shelly Stack-Smith ‘91 Missy Smith ‘92 Linda Snell Joan Z. Spade James Spiller Louis ‘82 and Gene Spiro
Rhonda St. Amant ‘02 Richard St.George Brandon St. John ‘03 Mark Stacy ‘95 Adam ‘98 and Elizabeth ‘00 Standish Lucinda Stanton Douglas W. Steffen Susan B. Steinbrenner ‘72 Gary Stevens Marcy Stickles Dr. Susan Stites-Doe Denise A. Stoll ‘79 Jacqueline Stolt David ‘83 and Sandra Strasenburgh Jeff Strieter Sheila Strong ‘01 Neala G. Stull Juanita R. Suarez Gretchen Sudol Janka Szilagyi Barbara B. Thaine Jacqueline P. Thomas Barbara J. Thompson ‘92
Deborah L. Thompson Lesley A. Tillotson ‘90 Gail V. Tipton James A. Tobin ‘71 Debbie Toms ‘94 Joe Torre Ralph Trecartin Dave Turkow ‘73 Pamela L. Turner Krista K. Tyner Maria Ujhelyi Stephen and Marcia Ullman Bernard Valento Conrad Van Voorst Claire VanDenBerghe ‘87 Matthew Vanderwerf ‘02 Anne VanGraafeiland Jonathan M. Vanhuben ‘98 Susan L. Vasquez ‘06 Andrea Vella Pierangela Veneziani Ana Veras ‘03 Wendy Vonhold ‘01 Melissa Waite
Austin Warner Celia A. Watt Jerald L. Weaver Carrie A. Welch Dorine M. Widger Marcia Wieczorek ‘96 Tammara Wiley Rosemary Wilson Kathryn Wilson Benjamin Wineburg ‘03 Joseph P. Winnick Herbert Wise Frank Wojcik Richard G. Woodson Sharon Wright LouAnn Wurst Rong Yang Paul Yu Bonnie J. Zalar Jill Zarazinski Lillian Zhu * deceased
Friends of Dance Bill and Monika Andrews Susan E. Barnard ‘87 Jamie Beers-Wilson Walter Brautigan ‘63 Brockport Auxiliary Service Corporation Sandra Cain
Irene Grandits D’Agostino ‘50 Edward and Jeanette D’Agostino ‘53 Banker Jacqueline Davis Neil and Laurie Zettler ‘83 Epstein Richard and Joan Fenton
Kelly Ferris ‘07 Jeanne Goddard ‘86 and Steven Stull Kathleen S. Isaac ‘78 Roxanne and John Johnston Dawn and Michael Jones Matthew and Mari Lenoe
Elaine Leshnower ‘61 Marianne McAdam ‘75 Susannah Newman Sandra M. Perez ‘75 Patricia Lupe Priest ‘75 George ‘54 and Rosa Rich Bill and Ann Rock
Lindsey J. Rozzi ‘02 Lisa Hoffman Shepard ‘85 Missy Pfohl Smith ‘92 Donetta Plyler Tchoroleev ‘98 Jacqueline Thomas Lesley A. Tillotson ‘90
Scott Turner and Mary Worboys- Turner Dorothy “Dee” Weber Jeffrey and Lori Wilson
Friends Charlotte Anne Abbey Lew Adams Gary Adams The Amos Family Anonymous (2) Susan Ansara and Nancy Chanover Joanne Arany Gail A. Attaldo Sally Ball Michael Ball and Janet Tuohy Chris and Sue Ellen Ball Robert and Beth Barge Howard and Marilyn Berman Mary Jane Blaze Douglas and Katie Borchers Arthur and Mary Alice Bourget Troy Bridges Gary and Lana Brumbaugh Mark Brumbaugh Thomas Burke Daniel Cahill Hilary Cecil-Jordan, Toni Flynn and John Halpern Echo Chen Philip L. Chornow June Clase
Anne G. Cloutier Milton A. Cohen Robert Coleman Eileen F. Collins Mike and Polly Conn David Newman and Annie Crane Timothy Cripe Bill and Cecily Cronk Frances M. Dahlberg Steve and Francine Daley Mercy Dawson James E. Deegan Allen and Julie deMaille Richard and Susan Donovan Dr. and Mrs. Dirk H. Dugan George and Betty Dunn Kirby and Carol Eldridge Chuck Erlandsen Donna L. Essegian Don Fradenburgh Jean Frazier Doris C. Freel Frank, Dan, Nick and Sheryl E. Galinski James J. Gates George S. Gorski Jennifer M. Greco
David and Carol Guariglia Marshall and Dolores Guntrum Andrew and Cassandra Guthrie William and Ramona Haflin Bob F. Hastings Douglas M. Heath Peter and Peggy Sue Heister Colleen Helbig Martha Henry Michelle Hernandez Rhona Heyl Mary Kay Holleran Suzanne Homeyer Tayla Horowitz Mary M. Hutchison Ralph and Zerith Jordan Andrew and Sandra Kaldor Steven E. Katz Judie and Hans Keithley Bonnie Kellogg Liz Kerschner Donna R. Kiley Kenneth and Connie Kirk Bob Kuret Fritz Zagorski and Elizabeth Lajuett Elliott and Debby Landsman
Bruce and Sheila Latone, Nancy Lifgren, Phys DiPalma David, Anne, Bryce, and Brynn Lawlor Matthew and Mari Lenoe Marilyn Lowden William Lukashok Pasquale Marabella Julia Markusen Joseph and Josephine Matela Tim and Joan McCormick Mary E. McDevitt Pat and Kansas McDonald George and Tammy McGowan Augustin and Linda Melendez Helen Menga Judy Merritt Jeffrey and Donna Meyers Bob Miller Bradley and Molly Mitchell Rhody Moffat Rodney H. Moses Joseph Neumayer David Newman and Annie Crane Stephen F. Nugent Kathy O’Donovan Michael O’Drobinak
Charles and Jodi Olosky Darwin and Sharon Palmiere Richard E. Pandolfi Sr. Dorothy S. Parker Donald H. Partington Howard and Joan Peacock Shawn Peppers Anne Perry-Rager Jeff Pokrant Jennifer Poole Caroline Ramirez Dorothy E. Reed Bradley Reed Valerie Ressue Patrick and Ashlynn Revenew Bob and Mary Rice Cassie and Randy Rich Beverly Roche Jocelyn Rowley Kelly Sanford Munira K. Savella Christopher Sawyer-Laucanno Marian Seldes Harry and Christine Sentiff Theresa Shaheen Shearer Family, Middleport, NY Harry and Deanna Shifton
Joseph and Grace Short John D. Simpson David and Jane Sloan Sally Steinwachs Robert and Judith Stewart Donald and Satoko Streeks Peter and Norma Stuyvesant Victor and Meta Thomas Marie C. Tuohy Gregory and Samantha Vamos Allison M. Van Nort Jason Van Zeilen Crystal Ward Dorothy “Dee” Weber Frank Weikman Robert and Karla Wilsey Danielle Windus-Cook Norman and Charlotte Wright Jeff Yahn Dr. and Mrs. Leon H. Zoghlin Antonio and Rosanna Zumbo Eric, Keiko and Felicia Zusman and Imtiaz Musaliar
Student Families Lawrence Abreu John and Margaret Acello The Acevedo Family Beatrice Acheampong Joanne Acito James and Arlene Agen Eric and Patricia Amering Frank R. Ames Gene Anderson Frank and Donna Andolina Janette Andrews Robert and Nancy Angell Anonymous (4) The Apgar Family James and Martha Appleton Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Askins Michael and Kristi Astolfi Martin and Robin Avery Wanda Bailey Shawn Baker Gertrude M. Baker Jack and Joan Baldwin Robert and Laurie Ballard Joanne Banko Dave and Teri Bates Lawrence and Janet Bauer David and Susan Beach Doreen P. Beaumont Dale Becker and Tammy Davis Susan Becker Gary Bedford Edgar and Elaine Begy William Bennett Robert and Susan Berlin Philip and Cynthia Berrigan Mitchell and Suzanne Bestreich Ralph and Linda Bielefeldt
Raymond Billica The Blasucci Family Mitchell and Arnita Blum Charles and Gloria Boehm Mr. and Mrs. Gary Bohl Scott and Helen Bond Donna Bornheimer Mr. and Mrs. John Boroski Patty Borrelli Robert Bowes Jr. Megan A. Boyle Roxana Bracho Cecil Brand Michele and Phil Branigan Howie and Loretta Breman Lisa Brigham Helen Brock Gail Brodner Robert Brongo Raymond Brophy Frank and Claire Browning Jeanie Bryant Timothy and Mary Jo Buckley Judy N. Budge Kevin and Marilyn Burdick Michael and Carol Burke Brian Burke Brian and Susan Burr Dale and Susan Buss Lori Cairnduff Barbara Calamia Peter D. Camillone Albert J. Cammarono Sr. Dr. and Mrs. Salvatore Caravella Kenneth W. Carter Brenda Carter
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard J. Cavicchio Frank and Karen Cervini Moshe and Rachel Chalchinsky William and Crystal Chapman Mark and Vicki Charbonneau Dianne Charland Mary Ann Chura Maria Cindrich Gary R. Clark Mr. and Mrs. David F. Clifford William and Debra Cody Roxanne Coffey Michael and Beth Cole Christina Collins Louis and Barbara Condon Robert and Kathleen Connery Gary and Valerie Cook Ken and Nancy Cook Linda Coons Stephen and Deborah Corcoran Bruce and Diana Cordes John and Susan Cordone Alan and Eileen Corlett Gregory and Amy Corman Mark and Carole Cornett Terry and Cindy Costello Russell and Cheryl Cree Cathy M. Crisafulli Loran and Carol Crosby Michael Crowley Kenneth Cuda Sr. Judith Cup Diane Dailey Frederick Damberg Louis D’Angelo Marguerite Daniluk
Fred and Judith Dankert Paul and Diane Davis Mary Davis Dean and Beverly Davis Gordon and Jill Davis Young and Arlie Davis Simone Day Harold Decker Brad and Kim Decook Jeff and Terri Dedell Duane and Carol Ann Del Ellis Ronald and Pamela Delio David and Mary Rose DeMarco Nicholas A. DeMarco Jr. Constantine DeNora Susan DePasquale Ruth F. Deserio Susan M. Devine Joseph and Joanne Di Stefano Felipe and Evelyn Diaz Dr. and Mrs. William Dillon Mr. and Mrs. A. Dingwall Vincent and Kathleen Dini Anthony and Donna DiSanti Louis and Theresa Dispenza Alan and Rachel Doan Patrick and Chom Dolan Carla Dowden John and Margaret Drexler The Drickel Family The Drypolcher Family Ronald and Jane Wingle Jessica Dudek Thomas Duncan David Ellender John and Patty Eves Sandra and Al Eymer
Jacquelynn Faulkner John and Christine Fiebelkorn Gary and Debra Fisher Darcy Fravel Tina Freeland Scott and Heather Freeman Marion Freudenvoll A Friend of Brockport The Fry Family John and Sonya Furness Lyell and Anne Galbraith Dawn M. Garcia Jim and Gail Gates Robert Gauthier Susan Gelatt Michael and Karen Geraci Anthony and Jill Germano James and Nancy Gertner Deborah Giannone Gale M. Giardino Robert D. Gibson Dane Gifford Carl and Michele Gildemeyer Ronald Glazier Timothy and Janet Gleason Steven and Deborah Godden Hal and Tina Goldstein Allen and Bridget Gordinier Joseph and Kathryn Gottlieb Fredrick A. Grace Tom Greer Michael and Karen Griffith Mary A. Grupka Michael and Constance Gruttadaro David and Carol Guariglia Jeffrey and Renee Guercio
Robert Haas Rena Haigh Michael and Margaret Hall Robert and Cynthia Hall Thomas Hamilton Michael and Beth Hand James and Angela Hanly Janette Hannah Frank and Marla Hansen Douglas Happ Vicki Happell Daniel and Sue Harbison Celina Harris Tina Harris David S. Hart Kathleen Hawthorne Lee and Sandra Jo Haxton William and JoAnn Hayes Michael and Janice Haynes William and Sharron Heard Mr. and Mrs. James Henderson David and Cheryl Ann Henderson John and Kelly Henry Paul F. and Lorraine M. Hess Robert and Janice Hettler Dan and Joan Hicks Frank J. Higgins Thomas Hilson Ronald Hoefner Jill Hoel Doreen Hoffman Joyce John and Kathy Housel Scott and Leslie Howard Beverly Howard William B. Hunt Joel Hurd Greg and Paula Iannello
Golden Eagles Hall of Fame Inducts Seven The Golden Eagles Athletic Hall of Fame Class of 2008 was inducted on October 11 at a dinner ceremony in the New York Room, Cooper Hall. The seven new members bring the total number of Hall of Famers to more than 150 since the first class was inducted in 1985. The 2009 ceremony will mark the 25th anniversary of the Hall of Fame. If you are interested in nominating a former Golden Eagle for this honor, please refer to the nominating procedure on the Brockport Athletics Web site at www.brockport.edu/athletics and click on Hall of Fame. Nominations are accepted all year and the new class will be selected by the Hall of Fame Committee over the summer.
New Hall of Famers celebrate their induction into the Class of 2008 Athletic Hall of Fame. Front row, from left: Karen Shay Rose ’00, Jean Raschiatore Berry ’69, Julie Winks Barker ’96. Back Row: John Vlogianitis ’95, Mark Palmer ’86, Tom Massey ’99, Jim Vlogianitis ’94.
Mark and Megan Jaekle Robert Japp Edmund and Terri Jasewicz Jeff and Shirley Jaskier Ronald and Arleen Jennings Ernest and Jackie Jewett Molly K. Johnson Lester and Eileen Johnson Karyn Johnson Robert and Deborah Johnson Kenneth and Karen Johnson Robert Jones Don and Lori Jones Leonard and Colleen Jones Maureen Jones Eugene and Ann Jordan Don and Sue Josephson Brian and Theresa Kachel Allen and Michelle Kaminsky Dennis and Marlaine Kaniecki Karen Kaufman Rev. and Mrs. William Kay Glenn and Ann Marie Keenan Michael and Kathleen Kehoe Graci Kell Heidi Kelley Timothy and Shirley Kelly Barbara Kennard Alan Kennedy Larry and Karen Kingsley Kenneth and Connie Kirk Robert and Leslie Kirley Gary and Susan Kirton Graham and Frances Kistler The Kleehammer Family Sue Klock Patricia Knapp The Kneupfer Family Maxine A. Koberg Sherry Kolczynski Vic Kopnitsky Tim and Laurie Koszelak Joseph and DeAnn Kowalski Lawrence and Cynthia Kozlowski Roger and Rebecca Kraus Kathleen Kreppel Deborah Krossber Jerome Krug Edward and Temmie Kubinski Mark and Sandra Kukuvka Anthony Kunecki Jack Kuney Dale and Michele Kurtz Stanley and Janice Kush John Lacek Joseph and Hilary Lahey Cheryl Lamonte Kelly and Deborah Landers Richard Lang Laurence and Nancy LaPointe Richard and Julia Laurie John and Lisa Laurro Mary Lazzar-Whyte Mr. and Mrs. Graham Leach Sharon Leach Joel and Marsha Leibowitz Edward and Mary Lesnau Denny and Kim Leung
William and Susan Lewis Kenneth and Dorothy Lewis Roberta Lewis Dr. and Mrs. Olaf U. Lieberg Debra Light John and Robin Lindstrom Rich and Bev Lipke Harlan and Jane Lipshutz Steven and Lisa Lissberger Jeffrey and Betsy Locke Richard and Joan Loewer Patricia and Lauren Lok Jonathan and Luann Lottes Joseph and Catherine LoVullo Stephen and Debra Lucas Suzanne Lupo Mitchell and Shari Macy Jeffrey Maine Peter and Lori Maio Gary Majewski Leonard and Patricia Malinowski Steven and Debbie Marcal Pam Marinello John and Kathleen Marino Rita Mark Donald E. Marks Sr. MaryAnn Marsh Everest and Mary Martell Marlene Martrano Robert and Sandra Mascari Michael and Laurie Massmann Stephanie Mattot Veronica Maxon Robert and Joanne Maxwell Betty McCarthy Doreen McCarthy Scott and Patricia McCone Donna McCrea William McGrath Christopher McGrath Kevin and Mary Ann McInerney Marguerite McKee William and Kathleen McLaughlin Kathleen E. McMahon-Stoll Kevin and Jane McMillen John and Nichole McMullen Robert McVeigh Augustin and Linda Melendez Ronald and Kathy Melia Michael Meola – Go Brockport Baseball! Melissa Merrill Charlene Metallo John Meyer Dan and Eileen Micheli Richard T. Miller Robert and Louise Miller Bradley and Molly Mitchell Paul and Joanie Mitchell Mark and Mary Lou Mitchell Allen and Phyllis Mitzo Adria Moffatt Lawrence and Sally Mokan Andrew Montante The Moran Family Gloria Moran Sandra Moran
Renee Morin Alan and Libby Jayne Morrill Richard and Louanne Moser Terrance and Stephanie Mosher David Moskowitz Jeanne Mottis Joseph and Linda Mrozek Daniel and Penny Mudrzynski Cynthia Mullen Robert and Alicia Mulvena William and Lynn Myers Christine Mylott Esther Nelson Margaret R. Newton Lua T. Nguyen Mark Noah Larry and Judith Nock Fran and Bobbi Norton Todd and Mary Norton Paul and Cynthia Novak Bunny O’Brien Robert and Ann O’Connor Michael R. O’Hara Daniel and Karen O’Mara Barbra A. O’May Marianne M. Oney Peter and Mary Orecki Laura Osborne Dana and Carol Oviatt Tony and Jan Palumbo James and Gladys Pardee Erik and Christina Parkman Lori Parsell Maureen O. Parsons Joseph and Mary Ann Patarino James and Penny Payne Ann Pearlman Tammy Pease Jamie L. Pelletier Frank and Mary Lou Peppers Chester A. Perkins Lorraine Perotti The Perry Family Jeffrey Peterson Richard and Elizabeth Petty Derrick and Pennie Phillipp The Pickard Family Robert and Sharon Pierce Mary Pimentel Douglas and Laura Platt Warren and Anne Pocock John and Cheryl Polhamus Ruth and Jonathan Politis Henry Polkowski Paul Polochock The Shurgin Family Marijane Post Crystal Pratt Robert and Patricia Pratt Joseph and Mary Price Timothy and Cathy Prosser Michael and Chris Pryor William and Beth Pursel Jeffrey and Joanne Py Michele Quagliana William and Tammy Jo Race Mark and Brenda Radzinski Jeffrey G. Raines
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New Coaches are Welcomed to Brockport Athletics The College recently welcomed three new head coaches to the Brockport Golden Eagles coaching staff. Nicole Beauregard will be coaching women’s basketball, Jack Stover III will be heading the swimming and diving team, and Stephanie Walker is new head coach for women’s lacrosse. Stover takes over the swimming and diving program at the College after assisting at the University of Rochester for the past three seasons. He also will act as the aquatics coordinator for the Office of Recreation Services. Beauregard comes to Brockport after coaching at SUNY Delhi for the past three seasons. Walker takes over the head coaching duties for the women’s lacrosse team after serving as assistant coach last season. Beauregard and Walker have additional duties within the Department of Athletics, including home event management and work with the Student Athlete Advisory Committee.
Jack Stover III
Golden Eagle Society Robert W. Adams Richard L. Adriance ‘62 John Alessi ‘67 Bruce Altieri ‘68 Rick ‘78 and Diane Amundson Hokey ‘66 and Lee Cainaru ‘68 Anderson Michael D. Andriatch ‘85 Anonymous Linda Arena ‘69 J. Scott Atkinson ‘82 Sundae Kandor Avery ‘88 Jeremy Babcock David Bagley Shawn Baker Frank ‘61 and Jane Erickson ‘67 Balling Justin Beach ‘03 Stephen B. Beaulieu ‘65 Joseph ‘59 and Beth Bellanca Mark P. Benton ‘78 Deborah Birkins ‘81 Noel ‘90 and Patty Seubert ‘91 Blair Dale R. Blissett ‘59 David A. Bolen ‘03 Ted Bondi ‘51 Michael F. Bongiovanni ‘97 Bill Brand ‘54 Howie and Loretta Breman James M. Briggs ‘73 Kevin M. Brodsky ‘94 Alison Broomhead ‘04 Donna Buczek Douglas ‘73 and Leslie ‘83 Bull Robert D. Bunnell ‘73 Patrick Burke ‘80 Thomas Burke Michael J. Burlaka ‘95
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Seven College at Brockport Students Honored with the Chancellor’s Award for Excellence
By Alex Matiash ’10 Seven students at The College at Brockport were honored in Albany with the 2008 Chancellor’s Award for Excellence. The seven Brockport students were among 275 students from SUNY schools across the state. President John R. Halstead remarked that “Our primary mission at The College at Brockport will always be student success. Our Chancellor’s Award honorees epitomize the achievement of student success at the highest levels. From academics to athletics, leadership to community service, they are all exemplars that make us very proud.” This year’s student recipients come from nearby towns and around the world, showcasing the College’s global perspective. The 2008 recipients are Alissa Chaney, an accounting major from Horseheads, NY; Bryan Kent, a physical education major from Webster, NY; Robert Maxwell, a mathematics major from Amherst, NY; Babajide Osatuyi, a double major in computer science and computational science from Lokoja, Nigeria; Steven Seedhouse, a chemistry major from Whitby, Ontario, Canada; Subin Sindurakar, a double major in computer science and mathematics from Kathmandu, Nepal; and Jessica Thaine, a biological science major from Kendall, NY. The recipients received a framed certificate and a medallion, which the students wore during the 2008 Commencement Ceremony. The Chancellor’s Award for Student Excellence was created to recognize students who have demonstrated and been recognized for integrating academic excellence with accomplishments in the areas of leadership, athletics, community service, creative and performing arts or career achievement. The average GPA for all 2008 Brockport recipients was a 3.75.
Communication Alumni Celebrate Each Other’s Success Brockport communication alumni, as well as current students and a faculty member, gathered for a photo during the National Association of Broadcasters Radio Show in Austin, TX. The group was on hand in September for the Marconi Awards Dinner, which recognizes outstanding professionals in the field of broadcasting. Dave Kane ’79 was a national finalist for the Marconi Award for Best Medium Market Personality of the Year. Mike Krinik ’96 (not pictured), music representative for Capitol Nashville, also was a national finalist for a Radio & Records Industry Achievement Award for Country Regional Promotion Executive of the Year.
Pictured from left are: Michael Thayer, communication major and current student; Paul Heine ’76, executive editor of Radio & Records Magazine; Dave Kane ’79, program director and Midday DJ on WCMF-Rochester; Michael Doyle ’80, regional vice president for Entercom Radio; Adam King, current student; and Warren Kozireski ’82/’95, general manager 89.1 The Point.
Every Dollar Makes a Difference By Darby Knox, Comprehensive Campaign Coordinator When you make an annual, unrestricted gift to The College at Brockport, you directly support the College’s ability to develop new academic and co-curricular programs and enhance existing ones. You also provide the College with the flexibility to take advantage of new opportunities and address unexpected challenges as they arise. Unrestricted funds are used to support a wide range of College needs, from the Extraordinary Academic Scholarship Program to the College Technology Fund to the Empire State Diversity Awards. No matter how much you give or how your gift is used, annual giving makes a difference in the lives of all of our students. To learn about annual giving or to make a gift to the Annual Fund, contact Brad Schreiber, director of development, or Jaime Beers-Wilson, associate director of the Annual Fund, at (585) 395-2451 or firstname.lastname@example.org. To make your gift today, visit www.brockport.edu/giving.
Planned Giving — A Great Way to Give Back Lin Case ’89, Director of Intercollegiate Athletics I came to Brockport in 1987 to accept an entry-level position. I expected that I’d be here for a few years to complete my master’s degree and gain valuable experience, and then move on to another institution. Well, 21 years later, I am still here. Planned giving can be an attractive option for many donors who choose this means as a way to give back to the College. From the very beginning, the College has felt like a family to me. Brockport gave me the opportunity to develop the skills I needed to advance my career, and most importantly, I was able to turn my “dream job” into a reality that has far exceeded my expectations. It is a privilege to be a part of the Brockport family. The College and the community have given me so much, professionally and personally, that I can’t think of a better way to say thank you than to give something back.
Through a planned gift, such as the one established by Lin Case, you may be able to make a more significant contribution to the College than you thought possible. To learn more about planned and deferred giving, contact Curtis Hill, leadership giving officer, at (585) 395-2451 or email@example.com.
Lin Case, left, with Hall of Famer Jean Raschiatore Berry ‘69/‘72 and Dr. John R. Halstead. Case champions both students and alumni, fostering their success — at Brockport and beyond.
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Nine members of the Golden Anniversary Class of â€™58 join President John R. Halstead at a tree planting commemorating the 50th anniversary of their graduation from the College. The annual ceremony kicked off Homecoming Weekend in October. The 2009 Homecoming dates have been set for September 24 â€“ 27. Make plans now to return to campus and join your friends and former classmates for a weekend of memories and fun.