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In 2006, Cabrini College challenged its students to “Do Something Extraordinary” when it established a new tagline. In the Annual Report for the period July 1, 2011–June 30, 2012, meet the extraordinary students, alumni, faculty, staff, parents, donors and friends of the College who have accepted the challenge, and have “made extraordinary happen.”

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Letter from the President

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Current and Emeriti Trustees

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People Who Make Extraordinary Happen

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Letter from the Alumni Association President

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Alumni Donors

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Parent Donors

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Faculty and Staff Donors

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Woodcrest Society

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Friends of the College

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Corporations, Foundations & Organizations

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Gifts-in-Kind, in Honor of, in Memory of

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Scholarships and Endowments

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Named Fund Donors

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Consecutive Giving

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Cabrini Classic

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Giving Report

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Financial Report

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Giving Opportunities


PRESIDEN T’S LETTER June 30, 2012 Mother Cabrini believed that ordinary people could do extraordinary things. Her own phenomenal accomplishments are a testament to this belief. Throughout her life, she sought the support of people who understood that with prayer and hard work, the extraordinary is possible. Through their support, this first American saint did just that. I don’t need to convince you that Cabrini students, alumni, staff, faculty, parents, donors and friends regularly “Do Something Extraordinary.” You can find evidence of this in the media, in classrooms, in athletic contests, and in local and global communities. Google “Cabrini College reduces tuition” and you’ll find pages of articles, from outlets such as The Philadelphia Inquirer to CNNMoney.com, about the College reducing tuition by 12.5 percent while keeping merit aid at existing levels. Read The Loquitur online, and you’ll enjoy student-written articles on social justice that earned national journalism awards. On Cabrini Athletics’ web pages, you’ll find a video documenting the men’s basketball team making history on “The Road to the NCAA Division III Championship Game.” Drive through Norristown and you’ll see streets lined with trees planted by our students. While these examples provide clear evidence of the extraordinary, less evident to a casual observer is the support behind each accomplishment. In this Annual Report, you will meet people who make extraordinary happen, such as: • Donors who made it possible for a student to spend a Semester at Sea. • An alumna who has retired from a lengthy teaching career and now devotes her time to teaching English to foreign-born parishioners at a church in northern New Jersey. • An alumna who established a foundation to raise awareness about distracted driving. • Faculty members who, through funding from an alumnus donor, created a unique, interdisciplinary course that partnered Cabrini students with the Norristown community. • A student whose dedication impacted the lives and futures of local high school students. • Alumni and parents whose support of Cabrini men’s basketball played a part in the team’s historic journey to the NCAA Division III Championship Game. Such generosity of time, talent and resources demonstrates confidence in Cabrini College and a commitment to the “Education of the Heart” mission we hold so dear. It is through this mission that we make the ordinary become the extraordinary. But we could not do it without your support. For the extraordinary people like you, I offer my most sincere thanks. Peace,

Marie Angelella George, Ph.D.

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CABRINI COLLEGE B OARD OF TRUSTEES* Demetra M. Takes, Chair Retired, Chairman and CEO First Priority Bank

Sister Diane Olmstead, MSC Provincial Councilor Stella Maris Province

Thomas P. Nerney ’77, Vice Chair Chairman, President and CEO United States Liability Insurance Group

Vince Powers Owner Powers Brand Communications LLC

David E. Regn ’97, Secretary Co-Founder and President Stream Companies

Vincent Prestileo ’04 Realtor RE/MAX Hometown

Elizabeth Riley Bell ’69 Retired Catasauqua Area School District

Jamie Miller Prince ’84 Fundraiser and Volunteer New York City Public School System

Mary Kathryn Stanbach Burke ’69 CEO White Horse Village

Sister Pietrina Raccuglia, MSC ’75 Provincial Stella Maris Province

Joan M. Buzzallino ’66 Retired Executive Human Resources, IBM Corporation

John D. Schanz Executive Vice President Comcast Cable Communications

Nancy Gorevin Costello ’71 Communications/Website Director Stella Maris Province Missionary Sisters of the Sacred Heart of Jesus

Marvin L. Stewart Retired Human Resources Manager UPS

Sister Eileen Currie, MSC ’66 President Emerita Cabrini College Angela Dowd-Burton Executive Director of Economic Opportunity City of Philadelphia Frank R. Emmerich Jr., Esq. ’92 Partner Conrad O’Brien PC Marie Angelella George, Ph.D. President Cabrini College Caswell F. Holloway, III Owner and President C.F. Holloway, III & Company Warren Kuo President, Pearl of the East Inc. Principal, Kuo Group, LLC

George B. Weathersby, Ph.D. + Chairman Genesys Solutions, LLC Ron K. Yoshida, Ph.D. Professor of Education Lehigh University Sharon M. Shipley Zubricky ’76 Mathematics Teacher Community Middle School West Windsor - Plainsboro Regional School District TRUSTEES EMERITI Robert L. D’Anjolell Sr. HON’08 Edith Robb Dixon HON’80 Margaret Hamilton Duprey ’73, HON’08 J. Bradley McManus HON’99 + Barbara W. Watson Rawls HON’08 Andrew E. Trolio HON’97 *As of June 30, 2012 + Deceased

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SCHOL ARSHIP EXPANDS STUDEN TS’ HORIZONS

Joan Buzzallino ’66 believes that travel can be transformational for a student. That’s why she funded the Buzzallino International Experience—awarded for the first time in 2011–12—to provide a global experience to a student who otherwise couldn’t afford it. Such largesse is common for Buzzallino, a longtime supporter of the College who completed her third term as a Cabrini Trustee in 2012. In 2005, she established the Buzzallino Family Faculty Scholars Award to foster a climate of lifelong learning among Cabrini faculty, and to enrich the intellectual life of the campus. After students submitted applications for the Buzzallino International Experience scholarship, donors John and Elizabeth Schanz learned that there were not one, but two extraordinary candidates. The Schanzes generously offered funding so that an additional student could travel abroad. The Buzzallino scholarship helped send graphic design major Daniel Alarcon ’12 to England, while funding from the Schanzes allowed communication major Shae McPherson ’13 to set off for a Semester at Sea. McPherson—who lost his mother to cancer in 2010, during his sophomore year at Cabrini—was overwhelmed by the generosity. In addition to his studies and tutoring hours for the College’s Center for Teaching & Learning, McPherson also worked in Cabrini’s Admissions and Athletics offices to help make ends meet. “We were delighted to have the opportunity to provide Shae a boost on his development and career journey,” says John Schanz, a Cabrini Trustee since 2007. In June, McPherson flew to the port city of Freeport, Bahamas, where he boarded the 590-foot MV Explorer a day earlier than most students on his voyage. McPherson participated in orientation for his work-

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study position in the program’s alumni development office—which also supplemented his Semester at Sea tuition. There are nine classrooms aboard, as well as a library, student union, and computer lab. On this particular 62day voyage, the “traveling university” took McPherson, his cabinmate from China, and more than 500 other students to eight countries in Europe and North Africa, including Turkey, Greece, Spain, Croatia, Italy and Morocco. Part of the required curriculum is a Global Studies course about the history, culture and economic system in each country visited. McPherson also enrolled in a travel sketchbook class and a music cultures class to complete nine credits. McPherson was looking forward to taking advantage of Semester at Sea’s field programs in each country —optional organized trips in which students explored the country while engaging with local residents. One program that McPherson, a Muslim, signed up for included the opportunity to break the Ramadan fast with a family in Morocco. “I didn’t realize how much I was going to learn about myself, and about what my purpose is in the world,” says McPherson, who hadn’t been out of the United States since he visited family in Syria when he was three years old. McPherson’s long-term goal is to develop a youth mentoring program in his hometown of Allentown, Pa. First, he hopes to enroll in the master’s in organization leadership program at Cabrini in fall 2013.


Shae McPherson ’13, with donors Elizabeth and John Schanz, who contributed toward McPherson’s summer abroad.

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The “Education of the Heart” that Mary Ryan-Zanotti ’72 received at Cabrini College impacts her daily life, and the lives of those she teaches. Ryan-Zanotti teaches English to foreign-born parishioners at St. Thomas the Apostle Church.

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A COMMITMENT TO GIVING FROM THE HEART

It may be 40 years since Mary RyanZanotti ’72 graduated from Cabrini College, but the lessons she learned still influence every day of her life. “I learned that by receiving an ‘Education of the Heart,’ I was expected to give back from my heart in everything that I do,” she says. “We were taught to make a commitment not only to help individual students learn, but to do our part to make significant contributions to the profession of teaching.” Now retired from a 36-year career in the classroom, she volunteers her time teaching English to foreign-born parishioners of St. Thomas the Apostle Church in Oak Ridge, N.J. She also serves the Teacher’s Association of West Milford, N.J., facilitating new teacher training each year. This year’s class of new teachers provided her a special bonus: four of her former students were part of the training. “I was so elated to see these four teachers, and proud to see some of my exceptional students become enthusiastic educators,” says Ryan-Zanotti, whose sister Kathleen Ryan-Peterson ’68 also graduated from Cabrini and enjoyed a long teaching career in North Jersey.

“My experience at Cabrini not only prepared me to be a good teacher, it prepared me to make a heartfelt commitment to serve others and to be the best educator I could be,” she says. “It is a true pleasure to give back to Cabrini through my time, service and gifts.” A dedicated educator and volunteer, Ryan-Zanotti is grateful for her Cabrini experiences and for the lifelong friends she made while an undergraduate. “Cabrini prepared me to make commitments to people and I am proud that some of my dearest and best friends today are women I met while at college,” she says. “When Mary Ellen Jaindl Roper ’72, Michele Waldron Daly ’72 and I get talking, it’s as if no time has gone by from our days at school.” While it has been years since she was a college student, Ryan-Zanotti still visits Cabrini, especially for reunions and special events, such as the Mansion Gala and the Class of 1972 Cocktail Reception at Alumni Weekend. Each trip from North Jersey seems to turn back the clock for her. “I still drive up that driveway and get tears in my eyes,” she says. “It always feels like I am coming home.”

Ryan-Zanotti’s dedication to giving back extends to her alma mater, where she has served on reunion committees, as a Class Agent, and on the Alumni Board of Directors. She is a member of the Cabrini College 1957 Legacy Society by virtue of including a bequest to the College in her will.

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Emotional students and teachers flooded Angela Donato ’11, G’12 with hugs after her presentation at Paul VI High School. Donato said, “You don’t know how much the first hug after my first presentation meant.”

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FA MILY TR AGEDY DRIVES ANGEL A D ONATO’S CRUSADE

With nearly 800 ninth and tenth graders hanging on her every word, Angela Donato ’11, G’12 described the horrific day her sister and unborn nephew died.

In addition to promoting safe driving, this year the foundation awarded four scholarships to students in need who have suffered a similar loss.

“I’m going to walk you through my life since June 1, 2011,” Donato said a year later in a presentation at Paul VI High School in Haddonfield, N.J.

The foundation holds fundraising events such as an annual motorcycle ride and Bowling for Bolis, and sells wrist bands, green ribbon pins and car magnets.

Toni Donato-Bolis, 28, was nine months pregnant when an alleged distracted driver crashed into her Ford Escape, just a half mile from her Washington Township, N.J., home. Before she lost consciousness, Toni called her mother Mary from the wrecked vehicle. When her mother arrived on scene a few minutes later, Toni was unresponsive.

In 2012, the foundation partnered with New Jersey legislators to pass the Kulesh, Kubert and Bolis law, allowing prosecutors to file criminal charges against drivers who illegally use a cell phone and, as a result, seriously injure or kill someone. If this law had been in place last year, the 21-year-old man who crashed into Toni would have faced serious jail time and fines. Instead, after investigating the crash for more than a year, the Gloucester County Prosecutor’s office did not find grounds to charge him criminally.

“We had no idea at that time that Toni was never going to wake up,” Donato said. With family gathered at Kennedy Hospital just a half hour after the crash, doctors broke the news that neither Toni nor her unborn son, Ryan Jeffrey (R.J.), had survived. Toni was due to deliver R.J. just two days later. “I will never forget that stabbing feeling when the doctors told us that Toni and the baby didn’t make it,” Donato said. Toni left behind devoted husband Eric Bolis and daughter Mia, then two years old. Toni’s other sister, Annette, graduated from Cabrini in 2007. The Donatos’ grief turned to determination not to let a tragedy such as this strike another family, and led to the establishment of the Toni Donato-Bolis and Baby R.J. Foundation. Through the foundation, Angela Donato has presented about the dangers of distracted driving to more than 20 high schools in Pennsylvania and New Jersey.

“Now I can say she didn’t die in vain,” Donato said. “Her name is honored. Her memory is honored.” But the law isn’t the only way Toni and R.J.’s story is affecting the lives of others. After Donato told her cautionary story to the students at Paul VI High School, one young man raised his hand and asked how he could help. Donato responded, “Please don’t text and drive. Be an example. If you know someone else is driving, don’t text them. This is what you can do to help.”

At Cabrini, Donato majored in education and received the Sibling Legacy Scholarship (2007–11), the Alumni Regional Scholarship (2007–08) and the Martha Dale Endowed Scholarship (2009–10). Even in the midst of her family tragedy, Donato understood the importance of continuing her education, so she pushed through her grief and earned a master’s degree from Cabrini in 2012.

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Associate Professor of Psychology Melissa Terlecki, Ph.D., and Associate Professor of History and Political Science Darryl Mace, Ph.D., meet outside an administration building at Norristown State Hospital, where they would convene with students in fall 2012.

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FACULTY VENTURE AT STATE HOSPITAL EXPLORES HISTORY OF MENTAL HEALTH Several years ago at a Mexican restaurant, two Cabrini faculty members talked about the possibility of teaching a joint class relating to the campus across the street from them—Norristown State Hospital (NSH). Gradually, conversations between Associate Professor of History and Political Science Darryl Mace, Ph.D., and Associate Professor of Psychology Melissa Terlecki, Ph.D., about co-teaching a historical and psychological exploration of the hospital grew more serious. One of the roadblocks, though, was funding—or lack thereof. Fortunately, a unique endowment established by N. Peter Hamilton ’96 and his children through the 1976 Foundation encourages faculty to explore “interdisciplinarity” to enhance teaching. In 2011, funding through the 1976 Foundation Fund for the Enrichment of Teachers’ Teaching and Learning allowed Cabrini to launch a new annual program which awards fellowships to fulltime Cabrini faculty in partnership with the Office of Academic Affairs and the Center for Teaching & Learning at Cabrini. The yearlong fellowship enhances teaching by providing faculty with resources to develop approaches that bolster active student learning. Mace and Terlecki were awarded funding for one year of research and preparation for an Engagements with the Common Good (ECG) course to be implemented in fall 2012. “The History of Mental Health/ Illness” would cover a variety of mental health topics, including

diagnosis, treatment and stigmas, specifically in relation to NSH—the only remaining state hospital in Southeastern Pennsylvania. The funding allowed Mace and Terlecki to develop partnerships with organizations such as The West End, a community association in Norristown. NSH and The West End asked Cabrini to involve students in research regarding the influence of the hospital on the community and vice versa, including historical changes in the treatment of mental illness. Though NSH now has fewer than 400 beds on campus—with half of the beds filled—at its peak there were nearly 5,000 patients. Established in 1880, the hospital was self-sustaining; it had its own train station, post office, and farm. “What Norristown State Hospital did in the 19th and early 20th centuries was revolutionary,” Terlecki says. “They didn’t use restraints, but instead encouraged patients to work. Patients were carpenters and bricklayers— they helped build the hospital’s campus.” Today, visitors to the board room in Building 19 can still sit on the intricately carved chairs, which patients constructed from oak trees on campus. The ECG course will be offered to students in any major, meeting either at Cabrini or at NSH to tour the facility and meet with historians and community partners. Mace and Terlecki hope to continue the course every (or every other) fall semester.

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LISA GOMEZ EMPOWERS LOCAL STUDENTS TO REACH FOR DREAMS

Early in the 2010 academic year, Cynthia Halpern, Ph.D., chair of romance languages at Cabrini, recognized that Lisa Gomez ’12 would be a perfect fit for a new after-school mentoring program in Norristown. The program, a partnership between the College and Norristown Area School District, brought together Cabrini students and Latino students at Norristown Area High School (NAHS) as part of an Engagements with the Common Good (ECG) seminar series. Gomez, an exercise science major and Spanish minor, already had extensive service experience in Norristown and Philadelphia. She felt she could make a difference in students’ lives through the mentoring program, “Our Interconnected Hemisphere,” in which Cabrini students encouraged NAHS students to graduate and apply for post-high school opportunities such as college scholarships. Gomez has roots in Puerto Rico—her father emigrated from Manati, on the country’s northern coast, when he was 12, and her mother emigrated from Arecibo, just 25 miles away from Manati, when she was 18. Gomez speaks Spanish with her mother, and sometimes with her father, three older sisters and one older brother. Her Spanish-speaking background was an asset for the program at NAHS, where Gomez mentored, translated, tutored and became friends with the students, while also forming a connection with their families. “We were there to encourage and motivate these students to finish high school and think about their future,” she says, pointing out that Cabrini students’ takeaway was just as impactful. “We helped these students with their schoolwork and personal life, and they in turn helped us with our Spanish.” Though the mentoring program was predominantly for Latino students, students from a variety of backgrounds were welcomed, including students from China and Africa. No matter their background, the high school students all had something in common—they were searching for a better life. One student, through Gomez’s support, found the strength to leave a gang he had been tied to. Another student frequently talked about her future and career possibilities. After her internship ended, Gomez continued supporting the program as a leader of a group of Cabrini students who went to NAHS every Monday. She stuck with the program through her graduation from Cabrini in May 2012. “All of the NAHS students will always have a special place in my heart,” Gomez says.

Lisa Gomez ’12 was twice named a Pierce Scholar—an award that recognizes leadership in community outreach—through the Leo and Peggy Pierce Family Foundation. In November 2011, she also received the Charles A. Mastronardi Service and Leadership Award for her outstanding contributions to community service and civic engagement.

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Lisa Gomez ’12, a scholarship recipient, served Spanish-speaking students at Norristown Area High School through a partnership between the school and Cabrini College.

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Now serving as vice chair of Cabrini’s Board of Trustees and as chairman, CEO and president of USLI in Wayne, Pa., Nerney is just as enamored of the current Cabrini men’s team as ever. Despite the 63-60 loss to Wisconsin-Whitewater at the March 2012 Division III championship in Salem, Va., he looks forward to what’s in store for the team in the future.

Longtime supporter of Cabrini’s athletic programs, Tom Nerney ’77, was there in the beginning. When then Assistant Professor of History Jolyon Girard, Ph.D., started a men’s basketball team at Cabrini, Nerney was happy just to be on the court as a member of that first team.

“Over the years, Cabrini has had a lot of great teams and a lot of great players, but there was something special about this particular run,” said Nerney, who was elected into the Cabrini Athletic Hall of Fame in 2006. “It’s great for students to come to Cabrini with the expectation and the possibility that if they really work hard, and put the right pieces together, they can take the team to the Final Four again.”

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Tom Nerney ’77, who was inducted into the Cabrini Athletic Hall of Fame in 2006, has supported Cabrini Athletics since his days on the court as a member of the College’s first basketball team.

The run to the championship game was no less inspiring for another Cabrini basketball star, Tim Anderlonis ’00, whose teams in the late 1990s advanced to the NCAA tournament. Both he and his wife Mary had spent the better part of 2011 and 2012 in Afghanistan with the U.S. Marine Corps before Mary returned home to North Carolina just in time for them to watch Cabrini win in the Final Four on d3hoops.com. They decided they had to make the nearly sixhour trip to Virginia to cheer on Cabrini in the championship game. “Seeing alumni and current students in the stands and knowing what it meant to everyone who had ever worn a Cabrini jersey made it very exciting,” said Anderlonis, who was elected into the Cabrini Athletic Hall of Fame in 2011.

That same excitement clearly radiated with parents of the players, like Greg Williams, father of Cabrini guard, A.J. Williams, as well. “To think back to how A.J. has been privileged that the coaches selected him to be on the team and to see the achievement of him and his team, it is like me being a kid again, all the emotions that go along with that journey,” said Williams, who has been to about 80 games at Cabrini during his son’s career. In addition to sports achievement, part of that journey includes academic achievement. Nerney is convinced that the win on the court will reflect on the College’s main mission: education. “Success in athletics brings recognition to a college and establishes it to a larger audience,” he said. “It gives people a sense of pride that Cabrini is known and means something. That is important.”

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Message from Alumni Association President Kathy Everett ’68 The 2011−12 fiscal year was a year of new additions, milestones, and, I would venture to say, extraordinary school spirit for the Cabrini College Alumni Association. We welcomed new staff into the Alumni Office, introduced popular programs and events, elected new officers and directors to the Alumni Board, honored accomplished alumni, celebrated a historic basketball season, and commemorated the 50th Anniversary of the Cabrini College Alumni Association. In total, more than 1,070 alumni participated in an alumni event or program last year, resulting in a 65 percent increase in alumni participation since 2010. Do we have school spirit? Yes, we do! As Cabrini alumni, we live our school spirit each and every day. Last year, alumni showed their school spirit in numerous ways—from making a financial contribution to the Cabrini Annual Fund, to serving on a volunteer committee, to cheering in the stands or at home for our student-athletes, to attending an alumni and friends event, to telling a prospective student about our Cabrini experience, to simply picking up the phone to maintain a close Cabrini connection with friends or faculty. The unique “Education of the Heart” we received as Cabrini students changed and connected us, giving each of us the unique advantage of knowing how to roll up our sleeves and make a positive impact. With more than 12,000 Cabrini alumni making a difference in their personal and professional lives around the world, we can certainly, together, continue to make a positive impact in the life of our alma mater. The 2011−12 Annual Report highlights the many alumni, staff, faculty, and friends who rallied together to show their extraordinary support of Cabrini in the past fiscal year. You, too, can help to make something extraordinary happen in the upcoming year and show your school spirit. Attend an event, “like” the Cabrini College Alumni Office on Facebook, volunteer, stay connected, and make a gift that is personally meaningful to you in support of

ALUMNI DONORS Class of 1959 $5,000 – $9,999 Marilyn Meola Mazzarulli $100 – $249 Joan F. Lyon $1 – $99 Mary C. McAuliffe Wesel

Class of 1960 $100 – $249 Grace Sinisi Cooney Margaret McGinniss $1 – $99 Patricia Sharkey Howington

Class of 1961 $10,000 – $24,999 Margaret L. Mastronardi $1,000 – $2,499 Delphine Sbarboro Pape $250 – $499 Loretta Dellapia O’Fria $100 – $249 Evelyn Cotteta Felice Anne Fitzgerald Muldowney Marie San Filippo Panariello $1 – $99 Anna Marie Fontana Marino Patricia A. Kelly Seeger

Class of 1962 Class Agent - Ann Boyle Higgins $1,000 – $2,499 Virginia Gallagher Byrne $500 – $999 Ruth Dailey Lenhart Concetta T. Buttacavoli Petrone $250 – $499 Joy M. deProphetis Brennan Nina L. Campagna Hamlyn

our beloved alma mater! Who has school spirit? We do! We are Cabrini.

OT Current and Emeriti Trustees B + Deceased ^ Matching Gift

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ALUMNI DONORS $100 – $249 Ann Boyle Higgins Maryellen Hall Keteltas Maria McCracken Catherine Goldner McGuckin Joan C. Hogarty Mooney Patricia A. Redden $1 – $99 Anne M. Ronca Cunningham Anna Marie Giarletta Lento

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Class Agent - Nancy Schweisgut Washo $1,000 – $2,499 Lois Lanshe Kelly $500 – $999 Agnes Orsatti Armao $250 – $499 ^Rita Trani Scott $100 – $249 Regina E. Sullivan Boyle Carol Lee Corlis Crowley Joyce Finley De Michele Linda Acchione DeMarco Anita M. Bianco Rothrock Mary Granelli Tecktonius $1 – $99 Helen Byrne Dooley Mary Anne H. Dougherty Nancy R. Papenbrock Holcombe Frances Caltabiano Jorgensen

Class of 1964 $500 – $999 Theresa Walsh Stratta $250 – $499 Janet Manno Bodman Yvonne M. Brenner Kiernan $100 – $249 Joan Gionnoscoli Jankowsky Doris O’Donnell Jellig Anna Marie Cox Keller Ellen P. Kelly Lynn Conaty McCabe Mary Beth Smith McGuinness Joanne Colace Muskett Patricia Murphy Winkel $1 – $99 Pamela K. Smith Abbott Mary Ann Aller Chevalier

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Margaret Rueger Halfpenny Barbara Greeley Lamb Sister Regina Palamara, MSC

Class of 1965 $500 – $999 Elizabeth B. Smith Marie Mealing Wood $100 – $249 Mary Sue Scanlon Carter Diana C. Sobieski Cooper ^Joan Bartivic Landermann Kathleen Rowan Mahoney Patricia E. Daly Melchior Maryanne J. Wysocki Sanders $1 – $99 Aurelia M. Amendola Braun Regina L. Hunter (G’04) Nancy J. O’Neill Mazzoni Mary E. Domako McGuckin Elena Prota Saboe Anne Caruso Smyth Margaret Stahura Adeline Rovegno Webb

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Class Agents - Joan M. Buzzallino BOT, Ann Marie Parisi Riggio $10,000 – $24,999 ^Joan M. Buzzallino BOT $500 – $999 Mary Falotico Baliotti Sister Eileen M. Currie, MSC BOT Nancy Battaglia Gustafson $250 – $499 Daisy Maldonado Alverio Ann Marie Parisi Riggio $100 – $249 Mary Ellen Ryan Buono Ellen M. Gibney Michele Martuscello Hug Jo-Ann F. Hummel Wan Fong Eppie Lo Virginia L. McDonald Cheryl A. Reiss McGlinchy Marie E. Porrecca Politowski $1 – $99 Sheila Sweeney Fortune Mary McCullough Gionta Maryjane A. Smith Hatcher Carol M. Jones McCaffrey ^Helen O’Connell Moore

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Class of 1967 $10,000 – $24,999 Ruth A. Mastronardi Baldovin $250 – $499 Anne L. Croley $100 – $249 Darlene R. Batti Boyd Joan Wimmer Watson Grace Mendres Zanni $1 – $99 Renee Claudy Ackerman Jane Shea Bryan Arlene Frangipani DiGironimo Rita Fulginiti Fail Patricia A. Malia Jagodzinski Margaret C. Cichelli Jeffery

Class of 1968

Class Agent - Margaret Lang Mullin $5,000 – $9,999 ^Kathleen Reardon Everett $1,000 – $2,499 Mary Sica Lewis Maureen Monaghan Matheson $500 – $999 Kathleen Ryan Peterson $100 – $249 Anonymous Patricia Travers Casey Monica McAdoo DeGottardi Margaret Lang Mullin Suzanne Smith Lucille Dinda Tucker ^Patricia Raineri Wood Geraldine A. McGettigan Woods $1 – $99 Mary Ellen Crowley Kathleen Manno Isdell Christine McDonough O’Connor Marie Amendola Pelletier

Class of 1969

Class Agents - Carolyn Downing Morgan, Claire M. Roth $5,000 – $9,999 Joanne M. Kovacs Balshi


$2,500 – $4,999 Mary Kathryn Stanbach Burke BOT Denise F. Santor Ward $1,000 – $2,499 Elizabeth Riley Bell BOT $250 – $499 Kathleen A. Glah McDonald Natalie Mysko Popel Monica Convery Reischmann Claire M. Roth $100 – $249 Mary Cupelli Andrews JoAnne Smith Burns Nancy Kelly Chase Maryellen Kelly Cooper Catherine A. McGuire Kenny Mary M. Kirby Lorraine Cappelli Master Claire T. McEntyre Carolyn Downing Morgan Mary Helen Packard Elizabeth Joseph Rasmussen JoAnna McHenry Strall Carol T. Parrella Truglio $1 – $99 Susan M. Durling Gloria Alvado Eichenberg Louise Alexander Kraft Adele C. DiTullio Leone Joan Terruso McArdle Kathleen Sammartino Statton

Class of 1970

Class Agent - Linda M. Fernandez Cennamo $2,500 – $4,999 Susan McNamara $100 – $249 Mary Ann Drummond Christie Marlene Ritardi Inman Margaret McGinley McCollum Mary T. Connelly Robertson Marie C. Vaccarelli June Tarasuk Wheeler $1 – $99 Gail B. Cappelli Regina E. De Paolis Gloria Dell’Isola Denise McNally Dougher Dolores M. Formichella Dorothy Kurz LaRosa Theodora A. Baj Penny Margaret A. Schneller Ravis Margaret M. Hopkins Reilly

Class of 1971

Class Agent - Linda Muhlenhaupt Mitchell $10,000 – $24,999 Suzanne I. Horn Ganse $5,000 – $9,999 Nancy Gorevin Costello BOT $1,000 – $2,499 ^Catherine M. Sulock Riccardi $500 – $999 Kathleen G. Beck Elizabeth McNerlin Collins $250 – $499 Margaret R. Grilli ^Veronica Glennon Lacz $100 – $249 Patricia Kelly Grana Marion McManus McGowen Linda Muhlenhaupt Mitchell $1 – $99 Nancy Foden Bowman Rosanne M. Buonopane (G) Mary McLaughlin Fischer Lorraine J. Romano Morris Susan M. Orlando Nuss Jean E. DiDonato Poplawski Kathleen M. Donohue Trent

Class of 1972 $1,000 – $2,499 Sharon Amato Benedict ^JoAnne Makoski Emerson Mary Ellen Jaindl Roper $500 – $999 Michele Waldron Daly Denise Szcurowski Eisenhower $250 – $499 Christine M. Stephan Mellor Donna Rio Mary Ryan-Zanotti Kathleen Daniels Sciandra, Esq. Kathleen Kelly Snarski $100 – $249 Kristina Kost Doyle Michelle Nally Dwyer Ann Quici Giacomucci ^Buena Kittleberger Joshi Patricia A. Borth Wilson

$1 – $99 Suzanne M. Warner Cermignano Flora Spinogatti DeCurtis Norma Garbo Karen Mangin Hatton Pamela S. Woods Lutz Sister Lucille Souza, MSC

Class of 1973

Class Agent - Dolores Cannon Fair $5,000 – $9,999 ^Juliana Chan Chiang $1,000 – $2,499 Anne Marie Fellock Blatt Margaret Hamilton Duprey HON’08 BOT $250 – $499 Lorraine M. DiSipio, D.O. Jo Mulloy Jablonsky Jessica A. Sheetz-Nguyen, Ph.D. $100 – $249 Maria Valente Breeser Paula Thomas DeLong Dolores Cannon Fair Jane E. Menendez Trevina Chiu Nesbitt (G’93) Yolanda Martinez Price $1 – $99 Donna M. Sulpizio Bartholomew Ann Cartolano Cirrinicione Nancy Clark McCaffrey Theresa M. Sacchetti Margaret Dalton Smith Dorothy Deaton Young

Class of 1974

Class Agent - Christine Dillon McCarthy $1,000 – $2,499 Theresa A. Cavanaugh Lewis N. DiFelice Patricia Hollmen Dowd $250 – $499 Susan Carey Linaugh Kathleen Fusco Rocklein Judith H. Tague (G’86)

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ALUMNI DONORS $100 – $249 Kathleen Fitzpatrick Coulston Rose Worthington Dougherty Agatha M. Tarquinio Fanucci Paula M. Onorato Menzoni $1 – $99 Christine Verdi DeLoggio Mary E. Fitzgerald Higgins Julia DiCarlo Marciante Christine Dillon McCarthy Susan Duncan Nock Madeline Persick Phyllis D. Snyder Anne R. Hoffman Szvetitz Colleen Stramback Wagner Beverly Dooley West

Class of 1975 $5,000 – $9,999 Sharon K. D’Agostino $1,000 – $2,499 Frances A. Baliotti Bruny Vasquez Dougherty $250 – $499 Maryann D’Antonio Negrey Denise Reilly Pons Sister Pietrina Raccuglia, MSC BOT $100 – $249 Arthur Katz Debra Morey Lacivita Patricia Moody Karen Harcar Morris Thomas J. Saboe $1 – $99 Mary Jane McGonnell DeSaro Rosemary A. Makl Emeigh Rosemary Bolger Findlay Eleanor L. Harris Finney Suzanne Howell Joanne DeLucas LaMarr Carol A. Cartolano Mogck Carol T. Moriarity Margaret M. DeVaney Murray Barbara J. Kaminski Rundbaken Florence P. Givens Spall Michele Marra Zeller

Class of 1976

Class Agent - Sharon M. Shipley Zubricky BOT $5,000 – $9,999 Sharon M. Shipley Zubricky BOT

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$1,000 – $2,499 Mary Beth Senkewicz $250 – $499 Maryann A. Galassetti $100 – $249 Sharon Fulginitti DeCarlo MaryLisa A. Stimmler $1 – $99 Theresa M. Alberici Priscilla J. DeCurtis Bloomingdale Marylou Costa Brogan Joan Galati McGinley Lois Nesmith Lisa Curcillo Sacchetti Karen L. Seiter Wilbank

Class of 1977

Class Agents - Frances MacDonald Gordon, Gregory J. Pasquarello $25,000+ Jill Chambers Nerney Thomas P. Nerney BOT

$1 – $99 Lisa Burdo Albrecht Madeleine Cahill Bither Terry J. Shaffer Clemson Rebecca Epifanio DePaul Mary Sudler Henderson Yvonne J. Riley Joan M. Buonanno Thumm

Class of 1979 $250 – $499 Margaret M. Tumelty Arasz Elisabeth C. Hanley $100 – $249 Marian G. Bohem Sallyann Morris Borghesani John B. Conca $1 – $99 Victoria A. Epifanio Angelucci Mark E. Cooperrider Kathleen A. Shields DeLong Eleanore Saunders

Class of 1980

$250 – $499 Gregory J. Pasquarello

$5,000 – $9,999 Anne Marie Albert Borneman, Ed.D.

$100 – $249 Deborah A. Gentile Cylc Harry L. Penny Marion A. Moore Schaeffer

$100 – $249 Michael F. Glacken Ronald M. Katkocin, Esq. Teresa A. Stalcup Saboe

$1 – $99 Vivian Mayol Caballero Susan W. Dennen Valerie M. McFadden Fries Frances MacDonald Gordon Barbara A. Cocco Kelly Margery Wilson Kraemer Lenore C. Roche Perrott Edda R. Pitassi-Bullen Michael T. Walczak

$1 – $99 Susan A. Soja Arabia Mary C. Garvin Carmen Y. Simmons

Class of 1978

Class Agent - Bernadette C. McCabe Schoch $500 – $999 Bernadette C. McCabe Schoch $250 – $499 Judith M. Clay-Johnson $100 – $249 Maureen Costigan, Esq. Susan E. De Carlo ^Maureen T. Larkin Natacha Pelaez Wagner

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Class of 1981

Class Agent - Donna Montanari Moyer $250 – $499 ^Angelina Piccoli $100 – $249 Alissa DeMaria McCann Patricia Conboy Morlok Donna Montanari Moyer Kristine K. Glowienka Schwartz $1 – $99 Eileen M. Slattery Collins Kathleen M. Risse Fratantoni Eleanor V. Flavin Moslein Theresa M. Harris Randall Pamela A. Simpson


Alumni Scholarship Makes a Difference for Students and Alumni

Through the generosity of Cabrini College alumni, the Alumni Scholarship—established five years ago—annually provides $1,000 to two deserving students who are rising juniors. Students must demonstrate academic excellence, leadership abilities and a commitment to social justice through service to the community. “I donate to the scholarship fund because it is important to help students who otherwise might not be able to finish their education at Cabrini,” says Fran Carusi Brooks ’82, a member of the Alumni Board in 2007 when it initiated the scholarship. “I want students to be able to enjoy their four years at Cabrini without worrying about how they are going to come up with the funds to do so.” The Alumni Office collects applications for the scholarship, which are then shared with the Alumni Scholarship Committee of the Alumni Board for review. The committee invites 10 candidates with promising applications to in-person interviews on campus, and from those, selects the final two candidates to be awarded the scholarship. The recipients also are invited to participate on the Alumni Board during their junior year at Cabrini. “My support of the Alumni Scholarship has strengthened my relationship with the College,” says John Gwiazdowski ’99, G’02, a member of the Scholarship Committee. “What I have experienced in these interviews over the past two years reinforces the notion about the type of students at Cabrini.” The Alumni Board raises funds for the scholarship through annual events such as Team Trivia and the Commencement Flower Sale. Gerry McGettigan Woods ’68, who served two terms on the Alumni Board and the Scholarship Committee, says that the scholarship not only showcases student achievement, but also highlights the impact the College has on its students. “I had a unique opportunity to learn more about Cabrini College through the eyes of these applicants,” Woods says. “During the essay process, I was able to better understand the type of student Cabrini College is nurturing—the type who grabs the opportunity to ‘Do Something Extraordinary.’”

“You are looking at a very proud and thrilled Grandma. Cabrini College enriched my life and I have the same hopes for Anny.” – Marilyn Meola Mazzarulli ’59

Marilyn Meola Mazzarulli ’59 with her granddaughter, Anny Derrico ’12, at May Commencement

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ALUMNI DONORS Rita M. DiCampli Smith Maryann T. Ribick Willard

Class of 1982

Class Agent - Carol L. Hasson Lynch

Class Agent - Frances L. Carusi Brooks

$2,500 – $4,999 Carol L. Hasson Lynch

$2,500 – $4,999 John F. Keating Maria A. Carbone Keating

$1,000 – $2,499 Antonio V. Ciro Diane M. Corallo Ciro, M.D.

$1,000 – $2,499 James S. Lawlor, Esq. ^Janet M. Alfonsi Rocco

$500 – $999 Catherine Sullivan Delcollo Elizabeth G. Kanaras-Cade

$500 – $999 Frances L. Carusi Brooks ^Cynthia A. Hocker Weyand

$100 – $249 Donna M. Degnan Loftus

$100 – $249 Kathleen M. Filippo Maria T. Gentile Ward Rosemary DeGiandomenico Whitaker

Reunion Year Giving The participation rate for each reunion year represents the percentage of class members who donated in the 2011–12 fiscal year. Class of 1962 Participation rate: 34 percent Class of 1967 Participation rate: 16 percent Class of 1972 Participation rate: 24 percent Class of 1977 Participation rate: 21 percent Class of 1982 Participation rate: 9 percent Class of 1987 Participation rate: 10 percent Class of 1992 Participation rate: 6 percent Class of 1997 Participation rate: 5 percent Class of 2002 Participation rate: 3 percent Class of 2007 Participation rate: 2 percent

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Class of 1983

$1 – $99 Ann L. Breen (G’05) Barbara R. Cobrin (G) Marie Caccese Gilligan Donna M. Witcraft Kurish Anne Mann Theresa M. Calabrese Montanaro Judith Loenser Serra

Class of 1984

Class Agent - Kathleen A. Lyons Casazza $10,000 – $24,999 Jamie Miller Prince BOT $1,000 – $2,499 Shirley A. Walker Dixon (G’89) $100 – $249 Michael P. Gimpel Rosemarie Battiato Katkocin $1 – $99 Ann Marie Alfonsi Bradford Patricia Abbot Bunker Karen Sharpe Carli Lisa Del Borrello Cicatiello Michael A. Hawley Michael T. Hendrick Cheryl A. Rack Jackson Susan D. DiGregorio Shelton

Class of 1985

Class Agent - Jean M. Findlay $1,000 – $2,499 Ladonna Mahecha Lawlor $500 – $999 Jean M. Findlay

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$100 – $249 John McCarthy, D.O. Lisa Dreisch McCarthy Dorothy A. Micale Nicholas J. Renzi, Esq. ^Lynn M. Wasilewski Varacallo $1 – $99 Dana M. Simko Ciccariello Nancy Scottoline Helm Jane E. Rezich Miller Lisa Schaffer Cheryl A. Wise (G)

Class of 1986

Class Agent - Margaret Paris Baker $500 – $999 Sandra Supiot Momyer $100 – $249 Marie S. Fetterhoff Maureen Grosso Patrick R. Nolen Michelle A. Tarbotton Rucci $1 – $99 Malati Shinazy Ashman (G) Lisa M. Flynn Blaber Karen Mitchell Hannigan Barbara A. Colantuono Harrison Deborah L. Larkins Robin A. Strohl Smith Mark Viggiano Charles E. Wright

Class of 1987

Class Agent - Loretta E. O’Fria Celucci $500 – $999 Loretta E. O’Fria Cellucci Kathleen Hasson Christy Virginia A. Smith Sheridan $250 – $499 ^Jeffrey Kardos Barbara Picciotti Saville Kenneth Timothy Skolka $100 – $249 Kathleen Gamble Federline Denise Penn Hakowski Nina M. Dolce McBroom Barbara J. Petracci Wister Denise A. Hee Ziegler


$1 – $99 Margaret Galvin Carini Jerome A. Chennault Jacquelyn V. Gerhart (G’02) Cynthia J. Goss Lori Inverso Hendrick Linda Sue Sambrick Jeszkonis Maureen Dunigan Kelly Marguerite M. McFadden

Class of 1988 $250 – $499 Maurine E. Falcone (G) Stephen A. Saville $100 – $249 Kevin J. Corcoran Joanne M. Curry Finkelston Patricia A. Napolitano Flood Stephen M. Highsmith Deborah Murphy Nolen Laura McGivern Reape Angela Bove Reynolds Donna R. Angelucci Verna (G’91) $1 – $99 Melissa A. Kernevich Aigeldinger Loretta Albertus Leah Cascarina Campbell Gary L. Firestine Betty Lou McKenna Barbara J. Milewski Mock Robert J. Ritson Roxanne Wright (G) Aliza M. Candelori Zebrowski

Class of 1989

Class Agents - Loretta McGettigan Krewson, Donna Dougherty Pascali $500 – $999 Paul J. Fallon $250 – $499 Donna Dougherty Pascali Steven J. Pascali $100 – $249 Ronald G. Bellopede Christine Schick Bisconte Peter D. Bisconte Rhonda M. Ermentrout Hanley Jill M. Lehman Rhea $1 – $99 Karen Holcombe Lisa Amici Marconi

Christopher P. Moran Johanna E. Olesky Sandra Bradley Rehrig Rachel Anderson Slaughter Terrence M. Smith

Class of 1990

Class Agents - Alice Mahoney Arezina, Angela M. Corbo, Ph.D. $5,000 – $9,999 Angela M. Corbo, Ph.D. $500 – $999 Alice Mahoney Arezina Melissa Gallo McLaughlin Dwight Walters $100 – $249 Robert C. Bell Marko Gittens Dorothea Beckett Huscher Shari Tachna Schneirov Victoria A. Daywalt Turtle $1 – $99 Christine M. Gothie DeFluri Maria P. Tatta Francesconi Cheryl L. Bearn Guzman Jeannette M. Harper (G) Sylvia Landis (G) Kristin M. Schaller Molnar Helen M. Naab (G) Virginia M. Obrecht-Moyer Curtis D. Richards Elizabeth Ristey (G) Christine A. Royce, Ph.D.

Class of 1991 $1,000 – $2,499 Sharon E. Sheedy Gudas $250 – $499 Heather Mark Cardamone (G’10) $100 – $249 Michael P. Yeager $1 – $99 Donna M. Amoroso Heather D. Hinkle Hill Anne Shillingford Mackin (G) Kathleen A. Klecko Maher Lisa R. Young Murray

Class of 1992

Class Agent - Mark J. Gudas $5,000 – $9,999 Frank R. Emmerich Jr., Esq. BOT $1,000 – $2,499 Mark J. Gudas $500 – $999 Melissa M. Landsmann $250 – $499 Clyde J. LaForest Jr. Jacqueline Ricci Seeton $100 – $249 Melanie Merlino Magliente Judith S. Morgan Kathleen T. Finerty Sardi Amanda M. Picher Starr $1 – $99 Lauren Sapienza Cunningham Sharlene M. Sephton George Megan D. Holcombe Lucinda J. Hughes Vicki W. Lee Shirley A. Mandale Laurel J. Wright Roe Judy Schultz Saunders (G’98) John B. Steczak Jason P. Yurchak

Class of 1993

Class Agent - Thomas A. Berretone $100 – $249 Cathleen Albertus Neil Chippendale (G) Catherine M. DeHart $1 – $99 Kimberly J. Steininger Bainbridge William Bamber Anita Bell Michele N. O’Brien Callinan Tara L. Kegel Cox Karen M. Bell Fitzgerald Ida Marie Higgins Eric J. Klansek Karen A. Croasdale Lachenmayer (G)

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ALUMNI DONORS Barbara R. Francolino Lyons David F. McCabe Charles Mellon (G) Elisa Recchilungo Moser Kimberly A. Keck Routzahn Karen Moffett Salladino (G’00) Robert Salladino Jr., Ed.D. John F. Sawyer III Timothy Walsh (G)

Class of 1994

Class Agent - Amy Wechsler Foran $250 – $499 Maryanne Walker Manley Judy A. Owens James R. Santora $100 – $249 Mary Ann Cook Rosanne M. Carfagno Corcoran $1 – $99 Stephen M. Czech Vincent M. Drewicz Ann Malsbury (G) Margaret McGinn Martin G. Meenan Lorraine F. Tracy (G) Peter L. Van Allen Lori Staneruck Zytkowicz

Class of 1995

Class Agent - Frances M. Ferneno Carter $500 – $999 Jovanna Acchione Bevilacqua $250 – $499 Colleen Gray Lelli $100 – $249 Jennifer L. Bodick Martin Jennifer L. DeVeau McGowan Stephen A. McGowan Kathleen Grimes Mosbruger Christopher Scott (G) $1 – $99 Patricia Donatiu Bethany Jeffrey Clausen (G) Melissa L. Tobias Garland John Knebels (G) Lauren Branco Lattanze (G) Michael R. Smith

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Class of 1996

Class Agents - Christina G. Feehan Fohner, Tricia A. Super $1,000 – $2,499 Eric M. Tidwell Jana L. Bruno Tidwell $250 – $499 ^Maureen T. Sabatino $100 – $249 Nadege A. Brutus Gregory J. Grant Karen A. Szczurek Kolb Megan E. Cook Richter Raymond G. Richter Suzanne Macksey Schoenhut Kyle S. Simons Elizabeth Yuhas $1 – $99 Keith Bellinger (G) Alan G. Fitzgerald Christina G. Feehan Fohner Kristen M. Stancavage Freedman, D.P.M. Gwendolyn R. Vaughn Gregory Jennifer Paliaro Lorenz Adele Manno (G) Sharon Freeman Marchman David P. McCullough (G) Linda S. Steffy (G) Jacqueline Reid Zapien

Class of 1997 $5,000 – $9,999 David E. Regn BOT $100 – $249 Kevin P. Camp Megan T. Dillon Grant Kerri L. Murphy Adam D. Todd Janice Nelson Yakonick $1 – $99 Diane K. Bates (G) Robert G. Bethany Stephanie A. Caldwell Boon Mary P. Carlin (G) Kate W. Dinwiddie Helene A. Durland (G) Dennis W. Fohner Barbara Leighton (G) Daniel W. Lorenz Robert Massino Jr. Gwendolynne Strzelec Pfau (G) Roberta Markun Renan Sandra L. Schultz

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Christine Clark Thornton Robert C. Vitto (G) Meg E. Henner Wileczek Melissa L. Scornavacca Young

Class of 1998

Class Agents - Lisa K. Mininno Carnesi, Hollie L. Havens $500 – $999 Barbara J. Giambrone Hubley (G) $100 – $249 Marcia Bexley Lisa K. Mininno Carnesi Patricia Cupillari-Humphreys Stacey M. Caiazzo Gunning Hollie L. Havens Lori M. Henderson Anne M. Jackson Wodnick $1 – $99 Banny Ackerman (G) Nicole B. Baker (G) Alice Marie Collins (G) Fred Fanini Kelly E. Scott Hautzinger Veronica Lucas Hightower Thomas R. Kane Carol Maselli Cheryl L. Mulcahey Susan Iezzi Rafetto (G) Beatrice Rao Kathleen M. Mullen Regan (G) Eric A. Udovich Karl Ziegenfuss

Class of 1999

Class Agent - Susan Wechsler Coyne (G’04) $1 – $99 Michael C. Copestick Kathleen Deegan (G) John L. Gwiazdowski (G’02) Jerry S. Hevey Judith M. Salvatore Leahy Ann M. MacLeod Vicki Catalanotto Maumus Rita E. Mazziol Carmella G. Pepino (G) Angela Wagner

Class of 2000 $500 – $999 Lisa M. Maiorano Doak


$250 – $499 Joseph A. Cirelli $100 – $249 Jennifer M. Reither Knoblock $1 – $99 Anna May Harmer Abbott (G’04) Victor A. Burgos Jr. Susanne Canosa DiBianca (G) Charles W. Gentile Jean Gilronan (G) Chad May Gregory Oaster Linda Bealer O’Neill Kevin T. Ryan

Class of 2001

Class Agent - Rachel Angeloni $1,000 – $2,499 Paul J. Wechsler III (G’04) $250 – $499 David M. Wiley

Donna Lynch Jones (G) ^Andrea Kitch (G) Russell J. Landis (G’05) Melissa S. Feehan May

Class of 2003

Class Agent - Candice L. Linehan $250 – $499 Kristine E. Mudrick (G) $100 – $249 Andrea M. Amato Roslyn M. Amato Karen Van Loan Cuzzolino (G) $1 – $99 Suzanne E. Armento Peter R. Ayoub Rita J. Horning Rahl John M. Verdi Jr.

Class of 2004

Class Agent - Tracey L. Kelly Kemery (G’08)

$100 – $249 Anonymous Robert F. Faustman

$5,000 – $9,999 Heather E. Graci Prestileo Vincent Prestileo Jr. BOT

$1 – $99 Jonathan Barrett Nicole Boyd (G) Ruth Beamer Conley David Euler Mary Elizabeth Farnan-Russell Linsey Heiser Jessica Huda Kristin Conway Landis (G) Brian Moose Patricia O’Neill Jennifer DiScienzo Stuart Christopher Vesci

$250 – $499 Bruce D. Wietlisbach (G)

Class of 2002 $1,000 – $2,499 Anonymous $250 – $499 Colleen P. Dorrian Giunta (G’04) W. B. Schurr, D.O. $1 – $99 Nick Argonish (G) Katherine E. Bartosik Teresa A. Goldsmith Broxton Matthew Holmes ^Patricia A. Atkinson Jacob

$100 – $249 Michael V. Piccoli Donna B. Potts (G) Christopher G. Salemme $1 – $99 Kenneth P. Baumbach John K. Calder (G) Frank J. Casey Vincent F. DeFruscio Anne R. Dougherty Tracey L. Kelly Kemery (G’08) Renee Kain Christopher J. Nagle

Class of 2005

Class Agent - Nathan R. Mares $100 – $249 ^Jane Mingey Craig W. Vagell Jr. $1 – $99 Cristin J. Marcy Arnold Brian Felice Robert J. Hugh (G)

Thomas F. Kemery Monica Alvernini Langston Thomas W. Langston Christine T. Remley Petrilla Margaret C. Sweeney

Class of 2006

Class Agents - Allison Durako, Christine P. Ward Friel $250 – $499 Adriane L. Cirelli $1 – $99 Stephen L. Baylor Kristen M. Boone Kimberly R. Larentowicz DiBiasi (G’09) Jacquelyn V. Flick Fagioli (G’09) Justin J. Hallman Marianne B. Houston Lori N. Iannella Claudia S. Sciandra Peirce Jennifer A. Scholl Matthew J. Serfass Lauren K. Walker Kristen Euler Weber

Class of 2007

Class Agents - Elizabeth Brachelli, Fiona A. Bride $250 – $499 ^Stephanie M. Haag $1 – $99 Fiona A. Bride Annette Donato Daina M. Havens Edward S. Hitchins IV Meghan L. Hurley Kathleen Murtagh (G) Maria Tocci Small

Class of 2008

Class Agents - Lauren Aiken, Mercedes M. Kemery $100 – $249 Brittany M. Caprice Jennifer M. Fair

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$1 – $99 Angela M. Knapp Nicole L. Maziarz Christina M. Clark Miller Leona C. Stanton (G) Amy L. Troendle

Class of 2009

Class Agent - Kendra M. Stoutzenberger $250 – $499 Joan D. Kleckner $1 – $99 Megan M. Bauer (G) Christina M. Cimmino Heidi A. Galanos (G) Linda M. Hallman (G) Helen M. McLean (G) ^Darla A. Nagy (G) Nicole C. Necci Felicia A. Neuber Shannon M. Santangelo Matthew T. Stawecki Kendra M. Stoutzenberger Amy Wolfgang

Class of 2010

Class Agent - Lauren N. Galonski $100 – $249 Elizabeth M. Russell Elizabeth F. Wallace (G) $1 – $99 Patricia A. Collins Sami C. Godowsky Nichole L. Hartzell (G) Trainor J. Wilson (G)

Class of 2011

Class Agents - Brian Loschiavo, John C. Solewin $250 – $499 Robert C. MacMillan (G) $1 – $99 Maryellen K. Anastasio Thomas J. Bechtel (G) James H. Calamia Helen M. Dallas (G) Mary Ellen McGinnity (G) Robert McMahon (G)

John C. Solewin Matthew H. Whitaker (G)

Class of 2012 Participation rate: 12 percent Class Agents - Emily Fiore, Kelsey Kastrava $500 – $999 Melissa Phillips $250 – $499 Michelle Lettmann $100 – $249 Jessica Balluch Krista Kroslowitz John P. Lafferty Edward J. McQuade Alexandra Pittinsky Anthony Santoro Jr. Elizabeth Scopelliti Amanda Smith $1 – $99 Joseph Acri Jr. Danielle Alio Diana Allen Lauren Bariglio Mallory Beach Elle Bowers Maureen Browne Laura Caesar Stephanie Campanaro Kimberly Carlson Nicholas Casey Venessa Castellani Maya Cheeks Alyssa Ciccone Eric Collins Christine M. Czapor TaRaja Davis Manuela DeOliveira Alexis DiCamillo Justine Dmuchowski Kymberly Douglass Allison Dwyer Erica Falvey Kelly Fischer Allison C. Flannick Melissa Frazier Tara Friel Allison Gentry Giulia Germani Irene Golden Lisa Gomez

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Justin Gonzales Maureen Hammond Michael Hartle Morgan Hartman Courtney Hathaway Morgan Hibbert Lauren Higgins Kara Hinkelmon Brittany Hume Bryan Janowski Kyle Jefferson Denise Johnston Jessica Jordan Kaitlyn Jorgensen Janae Kane Kelsey Kastrava Colleen Kelly Bridget Killen Kelly Klose (G) Danielle Kulich Brianna Lee Alex Lefebvre Allison Lucia Justin N. Lutteroty Kevin McAvoy Ryan McDonough Meghan McSloy Krista Mickelson Melissa Moore Peter Morrison Liam O’Dowd Eion O’Neill Laura Parisi Anna Parker Beverly Renfrow Amanda Robotti Sarah Rocco Timothy Rooney Rebecca Rothemich Melissa Samartino Kadee Schwalm Angela Shookster Aileen Shotzberger Justin Sillner Kourtney Spak Mary Stevens Mackenzie Stewart Samantha Stiles Jamie Tadrzynski Alexandra Thompson Melissa Todd Kaitlyn Vent Kristen Wise Ashley Youngers Samuel Zeff Janine Zizzamia


d Class of 2012 Leaves Cabrini with a Gift More than 100 members of the Class of 2012 and their families joined together in a show of support for Cabrini College by raising more than $2,500 for the Senior Class Gift. Presented annually by the Class Officers and Gift Committee to the College, this year’s gift supported the Cabrini Annual Fund, which provides much needed funding for student financial assistance and scholarships. Those in the Class of 2012 were able to contribute to the fund in a variety of ways—as were their families, many of whom made gifts in honor of their soon-to-be graduate. Congratulations to the Class of 2012 for their exemplary leadership and generosity!

Cabrini Parent Volunteers through New Council

Cathy Solewin has attended numerous athletic games, Honors ceremonies, Family Weekends and other campus events at Cabrini College —after all, she is the mother of students John ’11, G’13 and Katie ’13. But it wasn’t until September 2011 that she found the perfect opportunity to give back to Cabrini. Along with husband John, Cathy Solewin joined the newly formed Parent Council, comprised of enthusiastic parents whose children are either current students or alumni of Cabrini. Council members serve as College ambassadors in a variety of areas, including recruitment, outreach, fundraising and career services. “When you’re a parent, you’re just so happy when your kids can find their way in a positive direction, and I think Cabrini helped them,” says Solewin, who notes the family chose Cabrini for its close-knit community and smaller size, allowing John and Katie to be more involved on campus. “I think it’s a great school that has benefited my family, so if there’s a way that we can give back, we want to.”

As a Council member, Solewin participated in Cabrini’s Accepted Student Day in April, where she shared her perspective of being a Cabrini parent and offered advice to parents of accepted students. Solewin lives with her family in Allentown, N.J. Though Solewin says her children joke that she’s on campus “way too much,” she doesn’t try to monitor them while she’s volunteering at the College. For the most part, John and Katie don’t see her walking around campus because Solewin enjoys the behind-the-scenes aspect of the Parent Council—getting other parents involved, brainstorming about resources for parents and working with other departments for volunteer opportunities. “My kids have been at Cabrini for five years now, and I want to do whatever needs to be done to help this school,” she says. For more information on the Parent Council, contact Mary Ravenfeld, director of Annual Giving (610-902-8257; mary.r.ravenfeld@cabrini.edu).

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PARENT DONORS $25,000+ Edith Robb Dixon HON ’80 BOT James J. and Frances M. Maguire John J. Paris $10,000 – $24,999 Joan B. and Caswell F. Holloway, III BOT Patricia B. and Gary M. Holloway Sr. Robert M. and Barbara J. Jara $5,000 – $9,999 Thomas P. and Nancy Gorevin Costello ’71 BOT Phyllis and Marvin Stewart BOT John J. and Sharon M. Shipley Zubricky ’76 BOT $2,500 – $4,999 John and Karen F. Bodnar Gene Castellano $1,000 – $2,499 George and Carol Ann Edwards Kevin Quigley Patricia and Paul J. Wechsler III ’01, G’04 $500 – $999 Anonymous Margaret M. DiMoia Frederick and Margaret Ecke Jacques and Therese C. Kueny Mark and Jane L. Lettmann Richard and Karen Perry Richard C. and Debbie Phillips Jeanne M. and Joseph J. Romano, Ph.D. Shawn and Mary Beth Stewart $250 – $499 Richard H. Busch Anthony and Heather Mark Cardamone ’91, G’10 Charles R. and Anita M. Gogno Robert J. and Nina L. Campagna Hamlyn ’62 Judith and James R. Hedtke, Ph.D. Mark A. and Joan D. Kleckner ’09 Jack Molinaro Kenneth Moore Carl J. and Loretta D. Dellapia O’Fria ’61 William J. and Marguerite Ryan Luigi and Kathleen Daniels Sciandra ’72 $100 – $249 John T. and Beryl M. Abram William J. and Cathleen Albertus ’93 Frederick and Mary Ann Alfonsi Frank and Denise Alio Roslyn M. Amato ’03 Scott and Susan Anderson Lance and Karen L. Aronson Albert and Maria Balluch Gordon and Adeline M. Bethany, Ed.D. Robert D. and Mary Brown Emory L. and Marianne Chenoweth Rory Cooper Sr. Lawrence and Deborah A. Gentile Cylc ’77

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Charles and Lisa Didun Joseph and Margaret T. Dillon Nancy Dunn David and Diedre Edwards Kevin and Jean F. Manzo Fahey Joseph W. and Dolores Cannon Fair ’73 Angelina and Joseph M. Falcone Sr. Lillian Fiorelli Kevin and Elaine J. Flanagan Erich and Christa J. Fries H. Crail and Linda R. Gordon James V. and Virginia A. Heffernan Kevin and Irene Keller Palmira and David Kennedy Sr. Robin Koslo-Stahl Stamatios T. and Lucinda Kousisis John and Ann Kroslowitz Michael D. Kudzmas Janet Kuna Garry Kvech Christopher and Mary M. Laffoon Frank and Denise A. LaRosa Richard and Elizabeth Leadley Frank and Ella M. Leccese Mark and Jane L. Lettmann Daniel and Brenda L. MacQuilliam Philip and Mary Jane Martelli Kevin W. and Jennifer McCabe Edward K. and Catherine F. McQuade Madalyn K. Mingey Michael J. and Susan D. Ott John C. and Dolores Pasqualini Valerie V. and Douglas Phillips David H. Pittinsky John F. and Mary Alice Plebani Steven and Sharon Prokop Martin and Janet Rafferty Robert and Marie E. Rivituso Salvatore and Judith Rotondo Stephen A. Russell Samuel and Ann M. Scopelliti David and Nancy J. Setley Stephen M. and Mary F. Shrader Greg R. Slonaker Joseph D. and Lori A. Smith Robert and Lisa M. Sobieski John and Catherine Solewin Rodger and Judith M. Van Allen Lawrence and Helene C. Weathers Lawrence M. and Monica White Timothy Young $1 – $99 Joseph J. and Christine M. Abel Donald E. Allen Jr. John A. and Rosemary Angeloni F. Richard and Elizabeth N. Armento Steven and Leanne Bernosky Joseph and Antoinette Betz Joseph V. and Marylou Costa Brogan ’76 Joseph and Lisa Cardone Scott and Frances Carlson


Joseph and Helen M. Carver Diana and Frank J. Casey ’04 Stephen and Donna Castellani John and Anita Catalanotto Al and Denise Cipollone Claire Clute David and Patricia Collins James and Patricia A. Comet Robert J. and Mary Ann Corcoran Michael Cornacchia Anthony and Rosemarie M. Corrao George A. and Mildred A. Crognale James and Carol J. Currie Louis and Carmella Del Borrello Frank and Josephine DiRubbo Andrew and Debra DiTaranto Adele DiTullio Anthony and Janice J. Dombroski Patrick and Bridget Duddy James J. and Marie T. Dunleavy William P. and Marie A. Egan Deborah Engell Anthony and Cynthia S. Falcone Michael and Helen Fallon Gilbert and Deborah L. Farrington Rosemary and Lewis Feola Jr. Christopher and Maria E. Fischer Timothy H. and Beth A. Folkomer Louis and Kathleen Gentry Ronald L. and Mary McCullough Gionta ’66 Bernard and Lisa Giorgio Steven and Rory C. Godowsky Mark and Carol A. Goldberg Jacinto and Ruth E. Gomez Thomas J. and Elizabeth M. Green William T. and Irene M. Gross Judith Hellekson Richard and Joan A. Hill Glenn and Nancy R. Papenbrock Holcombe ’63 Terry L. and Sue A. Horning James and Barbara J. Horsley Steven P. and Barbara Jefferson Peter and Linda Korpel Margery Wilson Kraemer ’77 Vincent and Frances Krajnak Stephen and Deborah A. Kulich Glenn and Norma M. Lang Thomas W. and Kathleen M. Langston Brent and Joanne Lewis Beatrice Logan Daniel and Maryann Machon Faust and Kathleen Mariano Rosemary J. McConnell Thomas and Judy McKim Francis and Catherine McLane John and Joan McPhelim Frank and Vonda Mims Frank and Lisa Mirarchi Howard S. and Elizabeth A. Mitana Merline Morgan

Peter and Corinna Morrison George and Karen Murphy Robert and Kathleen Murtagh G’07 Raymond and Carole A. Necci Walter and Margaret Norton Frank M. and Anne Novak Dennis and Madeleine O’Dowd Francis and Maria R. O’Neill Loretta Owens Frank J. and Barbara C. Parisi Ronald E. and Janice T. Petersen Joseph J. and Joan Reither George Rezich Louis and Judith Ricci Keith Riley William A. and Maria W. Roesener Michael and Kathleen Sanuck James A. Scallan Richard and Marie Schauster Edward and Margaret F. Schmid William and Kathy Schneider Robert and Lisa Schwalm Peter and Nancy M. Scimenes Charles A. and Donna M. Seidenglanz Michael and Karin Sestito Timothy F. and Suzanne Sharr Louis S. and Rosemarie F. Slutz Douglas and Diane S. Small Maria Tocci Small ’07 Edward M. and Victoria Smith Leon J. and Mary Thompson Raymond and Diane Tinucci James and Corinne Toth Marianne Tranchitella Michael and Bonnie S. Uditsky William and Yolanda Vargas Thomas J. and Patricia K. Winters Peter and Mary E. Wonson Stephen and Linda Worsthorn Francis J. and Tina M. Zane Vincent D. and Michele Marra Zeller ’75 William and Ellen Zielinski

OT Current and Emeriti Trustees B + Deceased ^ Matching Gift

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Strengthening the Cabrini Community

For Thomas Stretton Jr., Ed.D., assistant professor of education and artistic director of Cabrini College Theatre, it’s hard to define where academics stop and community begins. “Cabrini plays a central role in my life,” he says of his 11 years as a faculty member. “Here I have wonderful opportunities to teach education, English and theatre, advise, and work with some absolutely sensational young people in the theatre.” The theatre responsibility was one he inherited in summer 2006, when he was asked to step in for the director who was on leave. Six years later, Stretton is still directing. In Stretton’s second year of directing, playwright Leigh Fondakowski was invited to the College to attend a staging of her play, “The Laramie Project.” “She came and assessed the production with the cast and staff. It was an exhilarating experience,” he says. In fall 2009, the Theatre was invited to be one of 100 professional, semi-professional and academic theatres to present simultaneously the world premiere of a new play—“The Laramie Project—Ten Years Later (An Epilogue).” “That experience was an excellent one for the students and the college community,” says Stretton. Some would say Stretton gives enough through his time and talent. He, on the other hand, digs deeper, and is a regular donor to the college. “I believe in its mission, and from my perspective, its students and employees are wonderful people committed to making each other’s lives and the world a better place. What could be more important to support than such a community?” he asks.

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FACULTY AND STAFF DONORS $5,000 – $9,999 Marie A. George, Ph.D. Andrew J. Litavec, Professor Emeritus $2,500 – $4,999 Gene Castellano John J. Heiberger Jr., Professor Emeritus Sharon Kerrigan Loman Christine A. Lysionek, Ph.D. Sharon C. Schwarze, Ph.D. Thomas Stretton Jr., Ed.D. $1,000 – $2,499 Diane C. Crompton Shirley Ann Dixon ’84, G’89 Jean M. Jacobson Roberta Jacquet, Ph.D. Mary S. Laver, Ph.D. Nicholas J. Uliano, Ed.D. Jerome R. Zurek Jr., Ph.D. $500 – $999 Stephen Colfer Martha Combs, Ed.D. Steven Feld, Ed.D. Michael Foley Maryann C. Lanchoney Joseph J. Romano, Ph.D. Anne Skleder, Ph.D. $250 – $499 Andrew W. Beck Jan William Buzydlowski, Ph.D. Heather Cardamone ’91, G’10 Joseph Clark Sheryl L. Fuller-Espie, Ph.D. Joseph Giunta Raquel A. Green, Ph.D. Cynthia L. Halpern, Ph.D. James R. Hedtke, Ph.D. Howard Holden Joan D. Kleckner ’09 Elona Lakuriqi Colleen Gray Lelli, Ed.D. ’95 Mary R. Ravenfeld George Stroud Robert J. Walsh Jr. $100 – $249 Donald Anticoli Dawn Barnett Eric Bascelli Phyllis Bean Adeline M. Bethany, Ed.D.

Carol K. Bobrowski Kimberly L. Boyd, Ph.D. John Brown, Ph.D. Lillian C. Burroughs Kevin P. Camp ’97 Amy E. Coleman John Cordes, Ph.D. Daniel DiPrinzio Napoleon T. Elortegui Augustine D. Feudale Jeff Gingerich, Ph.D. Margaret Harrison Dara M. Herskovits Mary Rau Hill Ronald M. Katkocin, Esq. ’80 Anna C. Kruse, Professor Emerita Kathleen M. Lefebvre, Esq. John Lindros, Esq. Joseph A. Martin, Ed.D. Michele McCabe Rachel McCarter Stephen Nardy Sherry Peters Donna B. Potts G’04 Christian Protesto John F. Quinn Jr. Lisa Ratmansky Ruby Remley Salvatore Rotondo Carol H. Serotta Mary F. Shrader Elizabeth Stiles $1 – $99 Robert Allison, Ed.D. Joseph Baker Cheryl Becht Anita Catalanotto Claire Clute Anne Coleman Matthew Eric Connell Frances Conwell Sherrie Deegan Sara Drew Cynthia S. Falcone Brian Felice ’05 Megan Gilmore Christopher Grosso Matthew Holmes ’02 Jessica Huda ’01 Christine Hyson Lori N. Iannella ’06 Marilyn L. Johnson, Ph.D. Nova Johnson Marcus Kahn

Dennis Kelly Rosemary Kelly Tracey L. Kelly Kemery ’04, G’08 Joyce B. LoDolce D. Eric Malm, Ph.D. Monica McVey Darla Ann Nagy G’09 Joan F. Neal Felicia Ann Neuber ’09 Joseph Palmer Lindsey Scott Mary Lou Corbin Sicoli, Ph.D., Professor Emerita Maria Tocci Small ’07 Andrea J. Sussel, LCSW Robert A. Wetzel

Cabrini Ministries Video Wins Awards A short video on Cabrini Ministries in Swaziland, produced by Cabrini College in conjunction with Allied Pixel, earned a Silver Telly Award and a Platinum Hermes Award. The video was shot over the course of a week in several remote locations in the southern African nation.

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WOODCREST SOCIETY The Woodcrest Society honors dedicated benefactors who safeguard and advance the mission of Cabrini College through their gifts of $1,000 or more throughout the year. These leadership donors provide essential financial support to the College and are acknowledged as Cabrini’s most passionate and engaged patrons. $25,000+ Anonymous Edith Robb Dixon HON’80 BOT James J. and Frances M. Maguire Jill Chambers ’77 and Thomas P. Nerney ’77 BOT John J. Paris $10,000 – $24,999 John and Ruth A. Mastronardi Baldovin ’67 Joan M. Buzzallino ’66 BOT Estate of Patricia K. Lockhart Culbertson ’94 Gerald and Suzanne I. Horn Ganse ’71 Patricia and Gary M. Holloway Sr. Joan B. and Caswell F. Holloway, III BOT Robert M. and Barbara J. Jara Arthur J. Kania Raymond and Carol Mastronardi Mastoloni Margaret L. Mastronardi ’61 Philip and Jamie Miller Prince ’84 BOT Elizabeth A. and John D. Schanz BOT Cyrus W. and Joanne Spurlino $5,000 – $9,999 Anonymous Edna and Kenneth J. Adelberg Thomas J. HON’10 and Joanne M. Kovacs Balshi ’69 Jay and Anne Marie Albert Borneman, Ed.D. ’80 Victor W. and Juliana Chan Chiang ’73 Thomas P. and Nancy Gorevin Costello ’71 BOT Sharon K. D’Agostino ’75 Maryann and Robert L. D’Anjolell Sr. HON’08 BOT Angela M. Corbo, Ph.D. ’90 and Frank R. Emmerich Jr. ’92 BOT Bruce and Kathleen Reardon Everett ’68 Marie Angelella George, Ph.D. and Francis J. George Antoinette Iadarola, Ph.D., President Emerita Margaret and Warren Kuo BOT Patricia and Andrew J. Litavec, Professor Emeritus Marilyn Meola Mazzarulli ’59 Heather E. ’04, G’10 and Vincent Prestileo Jr. ’04 BOT Judy and Eric E. Putsch Kellie and David E. Regn ’97 BOT Phyllis and Marvin Stewart BOT Demetra M. Takes BOT Sharon and Ron K. Yoshida, Ph.D. BOT John J. and Sharon M. Shipley Zubricky ’76 BOT $2,500 – $4,999 John and Karen F. Bodnar Mary Kathryn Stanbach Burke ’69 Gene Castellano William L. and Joanne Cavanagh Linda and John J. Heiberger, Jr., Professor Emeritus Raymond W. Kane John F. ’82 and Maria A. Carbone Keating ’82

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Lars and Sharon Kerrigan Loman M. Bruce and Carol L. Hasson Lynch ’83 Peter and Christine A. Lysionek, Ph.D. Susan McNamara ’70 Renee and Patrick E. Melvin William W. and Sharon C. Schwarze, Ph.D. Kay and Thomas Stretton, Ed.D. John A. and Denise F. Santor Ward ’69 $1,000 – $2,499 Anonymous William Ashmead Frances A. Baliotti ’75 and Robert Schnure Edward D. Bean ’02 Raymond and Elizabeth Riley Bell ’69 BOT Thomas D. and Sharon Amato Benedict ’72 William and Anne Marie Fellock Blatt ’73 Michael and Virginia Gallagher Byrne ’62 Bernardo M. Nuñez and Theresa A. Cavanaugh ’74 Antonio V. ’83 and Diane M. Corallo Ciro, M.D. ’83 Diane and Gordon Crompton Lewis N. DiFelice ’74 and Deborah L. Kerr Shirley Walker Dixon ’84, G’89 Brian and Bruny Vasquez Dougherty ’75 Girard A. and Patricia Hollmen Dowd ’74 Margaret Hamilton Duprey ’73, HON’08 BOT Carol Ann and George Edwards JoAnne Makoski Emerson ’72 Rebecca E. Freedman Mark J. ’92 and Sharon E. Sheedy Gudas ’91, G’96 Karen and Scott Holloway Sr. Patricia and T. Brian Holloway Jean M. and Samuel G. Jacobson Robert and Roberta Jacquet, Ph.D. John L. and Barbara L. Jordan HON’08 Daniel and Lois Lanshe Kelly ’63 Edward A. and Marjorie Epps Kennedy Lance and Mary S. Laver, Ph.D. Ladonna Mahecha ’85 and James S. Lawlor, Esq. ’82 Thomas H. and Mary Sica Lewis ’68 Richard and Alice Linder Gerald G. and Maureen Monaghan Matheson ’68 Eustace W. and Suzanne Mita Robert and Delphine Sbarboro Pape ’61 Barbara and Anthony J. D. Paul Julie and Vince Powers BOT Kevin Quigley Thomas and Catherine M. Sulock Riccardi ’71 Francis J .and Janet M. Alfonsi Rocco ’82 David C. and Mary Ellen Jaindl Roper ’72 Mary Beth Senkewicz ’76 John, Robin and Chris Spurlino Eric M. ’96 and Jana L. Bruno Tidwell ’96 Nicholas J. Uliano, Ed.D. Patricia and Paul J. Wechsler III ’01, G’04 Jerome R. Zurek, Ph.D. and Suzanne Toton, Ed.D.


FRIENDS OF THE COLLEGE $25,000+ Anonymous $10,000 – $24,999 Arthur J. Kania Raymond and Carol Mastronardi Mastoloni Elizabeth A. and John D. Schanz BOT Cyrus W. and Joanne Spurlino

Woodcrest Society Reception On Oct. 6, 2011, Cabrini College held the inaugural Woodcrest Society reception in appreciation of donors whose support is at the leadership level of $1,000 or more. More than 50 donors attended the cocktail reception, during which President Marie A. George expressed her gratitude for their generosity, and presented her vision for the College’s future. The Cabrini College Chorale performed under the direction of Adeline Bethany, Ed.D., professor of fine arts and music.

$5,000 – $9,999 Anonymous Edna and Kenneth J. Adelberg Maryann and Robert L. D’Anjolell Sr. HON’08 BOT Antoinette Iadarola, Ph.D., President Emerita Margaret and Warren Kuo BOT Judy and Eric E. Putsch Demetra M. Takes BOT Sharon and Ron K. Yoshida, Ph.D. BOT $2,500 – $4,999 William L. and Joanne Cavanagh Raymond W. Kane Renee and Patrick E. Melvin $1,000 – $2,499 Anonymous William Ashmead Rebecca E. Freedman Karen and Scott Holloway Sr. Patricia and T. Brian Holloway John L. and Barbara L. Jordan HON’08 Edward A. and Marjorie Epps Kennedy Richard and Alice Linder Eustace W. and Suzanne Mita Barbara and Anthony J. D. Paul Julie and Vince Powers BOT John, Robin and Chris Spurlino

$500 – $999 Karen K. and Douglas B. Brown, Ph.D. John and Martha W. Dale Richard and Marjorie Wolfington Heany B. Duncan and Barbara J. Giambrone Hubley Joseph G. Quinn $250 – $499 Marie S. Bintner Diane and James F. Brecker William Cotter Nicholas and Julie Falcone Sister Diane Olmstead, MSC BOT Barbara Watson Rawls HON’08 BOT Ryan and Kelly Sakmar John Zalucki $100 – $249 Mary Ann Biller-Fischetti and John L. Fischetti, M.D. John R. and Mary Ann G. Collett Denise Dillon Frank J. and Mary T. Ferro Suzanne K. Gallagher Kathleen Gavigan, Esq. and William B. Dixon, Esq. Reverend Gaspar Genuardi Frederick Heldring Father Joseph Laenen, O.Praem. Jonette Lancos and Carl Shanahan Steve F. Levicoff Joseph and Marie N. Longo Nicholas Maiale Jyothi Manohar Elizabeth McCann Albert M. and M. Jean Milani Anthony and Martha Mirra Eleanor Nagy John F. and Candace H. O’Donnell G. Carter and Frances R. Pierce Robert Plucienik Elsie H. Ramsey Barbara Rogers-Kuhns Margarita M. Rose Joseph Rossi Jeffrey Trachtenberg Brendan J. and Mary Ellen Walsh $1 – $99 Anonymous Augustine A. and Josephine Albino Marlene and Richard J. Anthony Sr. David V. and Theresa A. Barry Gregory and Tara L. Basile Paul and Evelyn S. Becker Ralph and Phyllis Bertolino Margaret M. Burke David and Geraldine Ferrari Burton Helen Kesaris Byrnes Marie A. Calandriello OT Current and Emeriti Trustees B + Deceased ^ Matching Gift

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FRIENDS OF THE COLLEGE Anthony Calise Carmelo A. and Angelina Cerino Robert and Christine Costello Donato D. D’Amico Carol and Robert D’Anjolell Jr. Patrice J. and William R. Dawson Jr. Michele DeStefano Vincent DiCarlantonio Rosemarie DiFabio Robert E. and Patricia A. DiNenno Catharine M. DiPietro David J. and Jean A. Edwards Marilyn Canivan Ely Judith A. and Joseph M. Falcone Jr. Kathleen Falcone Joseph and Judith Franzini James and Ann Marie Gallagher Victoria D. Geiger Anna R. Giannini George Gilligan Patricia A. Grant George W. Hebard Sister Rita Hekker Mark Holloway Matthew M. and Diane P. Killinger John W. Lamb Arthur R. and Lois S. Lewis E. Joyce McGowan Marita C. McManus Marilyn P. Mendte Dennis R. and Kathleen Mirra Ida R. Monteleone Walter and Barbara Murphy Charles O’Donnell Joseph O’Neil Enrico and Laurie Pellicore Richard V. Pepino Joseph Pezzotti Geraldine Phelan Dawn M. Pier Eugene M. and Letitia O. Principato Robert A. and J’Anna Pucci Robert and Mary D. Pushaw Mary G. Quirus Deborah Rainey Leona M. Reick William F. Robinson Geoffrey Rosina Martin and Tracy Ryan Richard and Carol Scattergood Joseph M. and Augusta Schell Servants of Mary Joseph and Grace Stellabotte Dolores and John E. Stewart Sr. Dmytro and Anne M. Strykowsky Cornelia B. Sullivan Robert P. Tabak David and Kathryn Webster John D. and Maryann H. Whalen

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1957 Legacy Society The 1957 Legacy Society was established to recognize and thank alumni, parents, faculty and friends of Cabrini who have made a bequest or a planned gift to the College. These members, by including Cabrini College as beneficiaries in their wills, insurance policies, or retirement accounts, are helping to provide for upcoming generations of students and scholars. Their testamentary gifts will provide future resources for Cabrini College, securing its longevity. Anonymous (6) Raymond and Elizabeth Riley Bell ’69 BOT Joan M. Buzzallino ’66 BOT Bernardo M. Nuñez and Theresa A. Cavanaugh ’74 Thomas P. and Nancy Gorevin Costello ’71 BOT Catherine M. DeHart ’93 Vivian Meola Donato ’60 Margaret Hamilton Duprey ’73, HON’08 BOT Antoinette Iadarola, Ph.D., President Emerita Vicki W. Lee ’92 Maureen Monaghan Matheson ’68 Marilyn Meola Mazzarulli ’59 Sandra Supiot Momyer ’86 and Robert Momyer Heidi Quarracino G’05 Roseann J. Mobilio Ranieri ’63 Janet Alfonsi Rocco ’82 and Francis J. Rocco Mary Ryan-Zanotti ’72 Bernadette McCabe Schoch ’78 Mary Anne Schofield, Ph.D. John M. Shvetz ’86 JoAnna McHenry Strall ’69 Theresa Walsh Stratta ’64 Demetra M. Takes BOT Stephen E. Westhead ’87 Victoria Calabro Zavasnik ’70

Realized Bequests Estate of Mary D. Bergen Estate of Patricia K. Lockhart Culbertson ’94 Estate of Harpster Estate of Ruthanne Tomassetti Henner ’67 Estate of Winston Hsiang Estate of Susan Keenan and Leo Yochim Estate of Barbara Jean Westrick ’68


CORPORATIONS, FOUNDATIONS & ORGANIZATIONS Anonymous (3) ACE INA Foundation Matching Gifts Program Aetna Foundation, Inc. ASCO Associated Construction Group, Inc. Association of Independent Colleges and Universities AstraZeneca Gift Matching Program Automatic Data Processing Avalon Lions Charities Foundation, Inc. Bank of America Matching Gift Program BNY Mellon Community Partnership The Boeing Company Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation Cabrini College Alumni Association Cabrini Mission Foundation Cabrini Steppers Catholic Relief Services Chevron Matching Gift Program CIGNA Foundation Comcast Corporation Con Edison D&K Appliance ExxonMobil Foundation Fabio & Danny’s Station Cafe Fair Trade USA Future Stars Camps GE Foundation Matching Gift Center GlaxoSmithKline Foundation Gullifty’s Pizza Grill & Bar IBM ING Foundation John F. Murray Funeral Home John’s Campus Corner, Inc. Johnson & Johnson The Jordan Charitable Foundation

T. James Kavanagh Foundation The Leo and Peggy Pierce Family Foundation Maguire Foundation Margaret Kuo’s Restaurants The Charles A. Mastronardi Foundation Matheson Appellate Law, P.A. The Merck Company Foundation Missionary Sisters of the Sacred Heart of Jesus Mobil Foundation, Inc. Morgan Stanley Mother Cabrini League NCAA Office Depot Inc. Pfizer Inc. Prosthodontics Intermedica Foundation Quest Diagnostics Ridge High School Sunshine Club Roth Weber Associates LLC Sanofi-Aventis Security Networks, LLC Servants of Mary Sodexo Sprint Foundation State Farm Insurance United States Liability Insurance Group Vanguard Charitable Endowment Program The Vanguard Group The Vanguard Group Foundation Vincent F. Pierangeli, Jr. Plumbing & Heating West Park Union Free School District Wexco Financial Group XL Insurance YPO-WPO

During fiscal year 2011–2012, Cabrini College received $169,178 in state and federal grants from the following agencies and programs:

FEDERAL GRANTS National Science Foundation • Watershed Citizenship Learning Community • Sub-award C-Path Grant—Revitalized Undergraduate Computing Education through Villanova University U.S. Department of Education • Title III: Strengthening Undergraduate Learning Inside and Outside the Classroom • Fund for the Improvement of Education •EARTH Environmental Education grant •SEPCHE Math and Science Institutes

National Endowment for the Humanities, Division of Preservation and Access • Cabrini College Archival Collections: Developing a Plan for Preservation

STATE GRANTS Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development • Science Instructional Equipment Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board • Strategies to Reduce Underage Drinking and High Risk Drinking

U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention • Fostering Community Partnerships for Justice: Domestic Violence Education for Pre-Service and Practicing Professionals Cabrini College l 2011–2012 Annual Report

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GIFTS-IN-KIND, IN HONOR OF, IN MEMORY OF GIFTS-IN-KIND Warren Kuo BOT

IN HONOR OF The Class of 1977’s 35th Anniversary Michael T. Walczak ’77 Jessica Balluch ’12 Albert and Maria Balluch Nicholas Casey Dianna and Frank J. Casey ’04 Molly Castellano ’10 Gene Castellano Eric Collins ’12 David and Patricia Collins Aaron Dandridge ’12 Andrea Wilson David Dunbar, Ph.D. Lucinda J. Hughes ’92 Kelly Fischer ’12 Christopher and Maria E. Fischer Janel Folkomer Timothy H. and Beth A. Folkomer Marie A. George, Ph.D. Jonette Lancos and Carl Shanahan Alice Kathleen Glah Kathleen A. Glah McDonald ’69 Lisa Gomez ’12 Jacinto and Ruth E. Gomez Caswell F. “Cas” Holloway, III BOT Jean M. and Samuel G. Jacobson Patrick Holloway ’09 Patricia B. and Gary M. Holloway Sr. Institutional Advancement Staff Matthew E. Connell Kyle Jefferson ’12 Steven P. and Barbara Jefferson Krista Kroslowitz ’12 John and Ann Kroslowitz Danielle Kulich ’12 Stephen and Deborah A. Kulich

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Mary Ann LaForest Clyde J. LaForest Jr. ’92 Samantha Leo ’12 Palmira and David Kennedy Sr. Andrew Litavec, Professor Emeritus Patricia Kelly Grana ’71 Kathleen M. Donohue Trent ’71 Edward J. McQuade ’12 Edward K. and Catherine F. McQuade Brian Metz Maureen T. Sabatino ’96 Dawn Middleton, Ed.D., Professor Emerita Cara Santelli ’98 Vince Mirarchi ’12 Frank and Lisa Mirarchi Melissa Moore ’12 Kenneth Moore Matthew Murphy ’12 George and Karen Murphy Liam O’Dowd ’12 Dennis and Madeleine O’Dowd Eion O’Neill ’12 Francis and Maria R. O’Neill Laura Parisi ’12 Frank J. and Barbara C. Parisi Melissa C. Phillips ’12 Richard C. and Debbie Phillips Alexandra Pittinsky ’12 David H. Pittinsky Nina Ratmansky Lisa Ratmansky Joseph Romano, Ph.D. Aurelia M. Amendola Braun ’65 Vivian Mayol Caballero ’77 Susan E. DeCarlo ’78 Kathleen Ryan Peterson ’68 Denise Reilly Pons ’75 Lisa Schaffer ’85 Kadee Schwalm ’12 Robert and Lisa Schwalm Elizabeth Scopelitti ’12 Samuel and Ann M. Scopelliti


Amanda Smith ’12 Joseph D. and Lori A. Smith

Augustus Monteleone Angelina and Joseph M. Falcone Sr.

George B. Weathersby, Ph.D. YPO-WPO

Margaret Logan Paris ’62 Marlene and Richard J. Anthony Sr. ASCO Avalon Lions Charities Foundation, Inc. David V. and Theresa A. Barry Margaret M. Burke Marie A. Calandriello Grace Sinisi Cooney ’60 Robert and Christine Costello John and Martha W. Dale Patrice J. and William R. Dawson Jr. Eisele, Gilbert, Gray Group at Merrill Lynch Michael and Colleen Foley James and Ann Marie Gallagher Suzanne K. Gallagher Mary McCullough Gionta ’66 Patricia A. Grant Matthew M. and Diane P. Killinger John W. Lamb Anna Marie Giarletta Lento ’62 Margaret M. McGinniss ’60 E. Joyce McGowan Marita C. McManus Marilyn P. Mendte Joan C. Hogarty Mooney ’62 Walter and Barbara Murphy John F. and Candace H. O’Donnell John J. Paris Enrico and Laurie Pellicore Concetta T. Buttacavoli Petrone ’62 G. Carter and Frances R. Pierce Elsie H. Ramsey William F. Robinson Martin and Tracy Ryan Joseph M. and Augusta Schell Dmytro and Anne M. Strykowsky Raymond and Diane Tinucci

Stephany Worsthorn ’12 Stephen and Linda Worsthorn Molli Zielinski ’12 William and Ellen Zielinski Jerome R. Zurek Jr., Ph.D. Jeanne M. Pilcicki Behr ’84 Deborah Engell

IN MEMORY OF Ruth Irene Bartivic Joan Bartivic Landermann ’65 Josephine Coppa Anthony Calise Vincent DiCarlantonio Angelina and Joseph M. Falcone Sr. Kathleen Falcone Joseph and Judith Franzini Anna R. Giannini Nicholas Maiale Ida R. Monteleone Mary G. Quirus Leona M. Reick Anthony and Peg Herzog John D. and Maryann H. Whalen Zelinda LeBoutillier Joan M. Buzzallino ’66 BOT Mary Ann Mirra Augustine A. and Josephine Albino Carmelo A. and Angelina Cerino Rosemarie DiFabio Catharine M. DiPietro Frank J. and Mary T. Ferro Joanne DeLucas LaMarr ’75 Joseph and Marie N. Longo Anthony and Martha Mirra Dennis R. and Kathleen Mirra Geraldine Phelan Robert and Mary D. Pushaw Ridge High School Sunshine Club Joseph and Grace Stellabotte Dolores and John E. Stewart Sr.

Corey Salazar ’02, G’07 Gregory and Tara L. Basile Joyce Seidman ’83 Catherine Sullivan Delcollo ’83

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SCHOLARSHIPS AND ENDOWMENTS 1976 Foundation Fund for the Enrichment of Teachers’ Teaching and Learning Adult Learner Scholarship AICUP UPS Scholarship Fund Alumni Association Scholarship John J. Barclay Memorial Scholarship Michael Beauchemin Scholarship for Mathematics Study Jane Schwartz Benjamin Memorial Scholarship Daniel J. and Mary D. Bergen Communication Scholarship Rebecca H. Bradbeer Social Work Scholarship Buzzallino Family Faculty Scholars Fund Buzzallino International Experience Mother Cabrini League Scholarship Cabrinian Educational Endowed Fund Cabrini Steppers Scholarship Class of 1969 Reunion Scholarship Comcast Communication Scholarship Martha Dale Endowed Scholarship Dr. John E. DeTurck Scholarship Edith Robb Dixon Scholarship Denise Edwards Memorial Scholarship Felicia Falcone Memorial Scholarship Barry D. and Rebecca E. Freedman Scholarship General Scholarship Fund Thelma Gardinier Arts Scholarship Jolyon Pitt Girard Distinguished Scholar-in-Residence Fund Rose and Raymond Green Faculty Scholars Award

William Randolph Hearst Scholarship John J. Heiberger, Jr. Study Abroad Award President Antoinette Iadarola Endowed Fund Mother Ursula Infante Scholarship Barbara and John Jordan Fund to Promote Domestic Violence Education Beverly Mungo Koenig Fund Anna C. Kruse Scholarship William Kuhns Scholarship* Andrew and Patricia Litavec Education Scholarship London Study Abroad Scholarship Maguire Scholars Program Charles A. Mastronardi Service and Leadership Award Marilyn Meola Mazzarulli Scholarship Patience Cavanagh McFadden Memorial Scholarship Peter S. and Catherine G. Mozino Scholarship Thomas P. and Jill Nerney Leadership in Community Service Scholarship Agnes Bosco Orsatti Memorial Scholarship Margaret Logan Paris ’62 Scholarship Fund Michelle Perna ’75 English and Communication Scholarship Sister Regina Peterson Social Work Scholarship Pierce Scholars Program John Remley Memorial Scholarship Ruth Richardson Memorial Scholarship

Joseph Romano Endowed Scholarship Greater Philadelphia UNICO Chapter Elena A. Santora Scholarship Charles and Delphine Sbarboro Memorial Scholarship M. Antoinette Schiesler Memorial Scholarship Lawrence R. Sedler Memorial Scholarship M.L. Corbin Sicoli, Ph.D. Book Scholarship W.W. Smith Charitable Trust Scholarship Renee Spellman Award UNICO Media Scholarship Waterloo Gardens Scholarship Ivy Young Willis Lecture Series Fund *Endowment in progress

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Cabrini College students learn to help those in need—locally, globally and even sitting in the desk next to them in class. Quiana Volney ’12, founder of the Cabrini Steppers step team, recognized that some of her teammates were struggling to cover the cost of tuition. She worked with step team advisor Stephanie Reed, director of Student Diversity, and the Office of Institutional Advancement to establish the Cabrini Steppers Scholarship. Nearly $400 in proceeds from fundraising events, including the Second Annual Step Show this April, went toward the scholarship. Volney and the team hope to raise $1,000 to give a one-time award to a member of the team.

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NAMED FUND DONORS Named Fund Donors are those who gave to an endowed or expendable fund that supports scholarship, faculty research, or programmatic efforts at the College.

Adult Learner Scholarship Sherrie Deegan

Alumni Association Endowed Scholarship Frances L. Carusi Brooks ’82 Jennifer M. Fair ’08 Stacey M. Caiazzo Gunning ’98 Hollie L. Havens ’98 Elizabeth G. Kanaras-Cade ’83 Sharon M. Shipley Zubricky ’76 BOT

Michael Beauchemin Scholarship for Mathematics Study Donna Rio ’72 Carol H. and Howard Serotta

Buzzallino Family Faculty Scholars Fund Joan M. Buzzallino ’66 BOT

Kathleen Falcone Nicholas and Julie Falcone Jean M. Findlay ’85 Joseph and Judith Franzini Anna R. Giannini Elizabeth G. Kanaras-Cade ’83 Nicholas Maiale Albert M. and M. Jean Milani Ida R. Monteleone Mary G. Quirus Leona M. Reick Jacqueline Ricci Seeton ’92 David and Kathryn Webster

Barry D. and Rebecca E. Freedman Endowed Scholarship Rebecca E. Freedman

Thelma Gardinier Arts Scholarship

Ronald M., Esq. ’80 and Rosemarie Battiato Katkocin ’84

Mother Cabrini League Scholarship Mother Cabrini League

Class of 1969 Reunion Scholarship Joan Terruso McArdle ’69

Martha Dale Endowed Scholarship John and Martha W. Dale Lisa M. Maiorano Doak ’00 Jean M. Findlay ’85 Hollie L. Havens ’98 Maureen T. Larkin ’78

Denise Edwards Memorial Scholarship George and Carol Ann Edwards Megan D. Holcombe ’92

Felicia Falcone Memorial Scholarship Ralph Bertolino Anthony Calise Vincent DiCarlantonio Angelina and Joseph M. Falcone Sr. Judith A. and Joseph M. Falcone Jr.

SCHOLARSHIP DONOR IS ‘PAYING IT FORWARD’ John Heiberger Jr., professor emeritus at Cabrini College and former chair of the Business Department, funds a need-based scholarship open to Cabrini business majors. The John J. Heiberger, Jr. Study Abroad Award helps students pay for either a short-term or semester-long study abroad experience. Heiberger abides by the motto of paying it forward, and encourages students receiving the award to consider personally supporting similar projects at Cabrini after graduation.

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NAMED FUND DONORS John J. Heiberger, Jr. Study Abroad Award Linda and John Heiberger Jr., Professor Emeritus

The President Antoinette Iadarola Endowed Fund Anonymous Antoinette Iadarola, Ph.D., President Emerita

Mother Ursula Infante Scholarship Mary Anne H. Dougherty ’63 + Yvonne M. Brenner Kiernan ’64 Robert and Kristen E. Mudrick G’03 Elizabeth B. Smith ’65

Barbara and John Jordan Fund to Promote Domestic Violence Education John L. and Barbara L. Jordan HON’08

Beverly Mungo Koenig Fund Ladonna M. ’85 and James S. Lawlor, Esq. ’82

Anna C. Kruse Endowed Scholarship Conrad E. and Anna C. Kruse, Professor Emerita Carmella G. Pepino G’99

William Kuhns Scholarship Donna M. Amoroso ’91 Mary C. Cupelli Andrews ’69 Susan A. Soja Arabia ’80 Malati Shinazy Ashman G’86 Mary Ann Biller-Fischetti and John L. Fischetti, M.D. Marylou Costa Brogan ’76 Neil Chippendale G’93 Ann C. Cartolano Cirrinicione ’73 Kathleen M. Filippo ’82 Victoria D. Geiger Mark J. ’92 and Sharon E. Sheedy Gudas ’91, G’96 Debra Morey Lacivita ’75 Colleen Gray Lelli ’95 Susan Carey Linaugh ’74 Faust and Kathleen Mariano Claire T. McEntyre ’69 Carol A. Cartolano Mogck ’75 Patricia O’Neill ’01 Dawn M. Pier Deborah Rainey Laurel J. Wright Roe ’92 Barbara Rogers-Kuhns Salvatore Rotondo Christopher Scott G’95 Carol H. and Howard Serotta Thomas R. and Mary Lou Corbin Sicoli, Ph.D., Professor Emerita Maria Tocci Small ’07

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Andrew & Patricia Litavec Education Scholarship Patricia and Andrew J. Litavec, Professor Emeritus Kathleen Ryan Peterson ’68

Charles A. Mastronardi Service and Leadership Award Ruth A. Mastronardi Baldovin ’67 Raymond and Carol Mastronardi Mastoloni Margaret L. Mastronardi ’61

Marilyn Meola Mazzarulli Scholarship Marilyn Meola Mazzarulli ’59

Patience Cavanagh McFadden Memorial Scholarship William L. and Joanne Cavanagh

Thomas P. and Jill Nerney Leadership in Community Service Scholarship Jill Chambers ’77 and Thomas P. Nerney ’77 BOT

Agnes Bosco Orsatti Memorial Scholarship Agnes Orsatti Armao ’63

Margaret Logan Paris Endowed Scholarship Marlene and Richard J. Anthony Sr. ASCO Avalon Lions Charities Foundation, Inc. David V. and Theresa A. Barry Margaret M. Burke Marie A. Calandriello Grace Sinisi Cooney ’60 Robert and Christine Costello John and Martha W. Dale Patrice J. and William R. Dawson Jr. Eisele, Gilbert, Gray Group at Merrill Lynch Michael and Colleen Foley James and Ann Marie Gallagher Suzanne K. Gallagher Mary McCullough Gionta ’66 Patricia A. Grant Matthew M. and Diane P. Killinger John W. Lamb Anna Marie Giarletta Lento ’62 Margaret M. McGinniss ’60 E. Joyce McGowan Marita C. McManus Marilyn P. Mendte Joan C. Hogarty Mooney ’62


Walter and Barbara Murphy John F. and Candace H. O’Donnell John J. Paris Enrico and Laurie Pellicore Concetta T. Buttacavoli Petrone ’62 G. Carter and Frances R. Pierce Elsie H. Ramsey William F. Robinson Martin and Tracy Ryan Joseph M. and Augusta Schell Dmytro and Anne M. Strykowsky Raymond and Diane Tinucci

Michelle Perna ’75 English and Communication Elizabeth G. Kanaras-Cade ’83

Pierce Scholars Program The Leo and Peggy Pierce Family Foundation

Ruth Richardson Memorial Scholarship Robert and Kristen E. Mudrick G’03

Joseph J. Romano Endowed Scholarship

The M.L. Corbin Sicoli, Ph.D. Book Scholarship Andrea M. Amato ’03 Roslyn M. Amato ’03 Matthew E. Connell Maureen T. Larkin ’78 Judith M. Salvatore Leahy ’99 Donna R. Angelucci Verna ’88, G’91 West Park Union Free School District

W.W. Smith Charitable Trust Scholarship W.W. Smith Charitable Trust

Renee Spellman Award Shirley Walker Dixon ’84, G’89

Ivy Young Willis Lecture Series Fund John and Martha W. Dale

The Wolfington Center Fund Margarita M. Rose

Lisa M. Maiorano Doak ’00 Susan M. Durling ’69 Jeanne M. and Joseph J. Romano, Ph.D. Sharon C. Schwarze, Ph.D.

Greater Philadelphia UNICO Chapter Elena A. Santora Scholarship James R. Santora ’94

Charles and Delphine Sbarboro Memorial Scholarship Delphine Sbarboro Pape ’61

M. Antoinette Schiesler Memorial Scholarship Mary R. Hill

Lawrence R. Sedler Memorial Scholarship Richard and Alice Linder Gregory J. Pasquarello ’77

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CONSECUTIVE GIVING There are many generous donors who have given annually to Cabrini College. Below, the columns marked 25, 20, 15, 10 and 5 years denotes those who have given consecutively—every fiscal year—for that number of years or longer.

25 Years

Agnes Orsatti Armao ’63 Frances A. Baliotti ’75 Regina E. Sullivan Boyle ’63 Theresa A. Cavanaugh ’74 Suzanne M. Warner Cermignano ’72 Nancy Kelly Chase ’69 Barbara R. Cobrin G’83 Elizabeth McNerlin Collins ’71 Diana C. Sobieski Cooper ’65 Maureen Costigan, Esq. ’78 Kathleen Fitzpatrick Coulston ’74 John and Martha W. Dale Maryann and Robert L. D’Anjolell Sr. HON’08 BOT Joyce Finley De Michele ’63 Linda Acchione DeMarco ’63 Edith Robb Dixon HON ’80 BOT Patricia Hollmen Dowd ’74 Margaret Hamilton Duprey ’73 HON’08 BOT Rosemary A. Makl Emeigh ’75 ^JoAnne Makoski Emerson ’72 Joseph W. and Dolores Cannon Fair ’73 Jean M. Findlay ’85 Eleanor L. Harris Finney ’75 Marie Caccese Gilligan ’83 Patricia Kelly Grana ’71 Margaret R. Grilli ’71 Glenn and Nancy R. Papenbrock Holcombe ’63 Kathleen Manno Isdell ’68 Margaret C. Cichelli Jeffery ’67 Elizabeth G. Kanaras-Cade ’83 Barbara A. Cocco Kelly ’77 Lois Lanshe Kelly ’63 Catherine A. McGuire Kenny ’69 Yvonne M. Brenner Kiernan ’64 Conrad E. and Anna C. Kruse, Professor Emerita ^Veronica Glennon Lacz ’71 ^Maureen T. Larkin ’78 Anna Marie Giarletta Lento ’62 Adele C. DiTullio Leone ’69 Mary Sica Lewis ’68 Susan Carey Linaugh ’74 Patricia and Andrew J. Litavec, Professor Emeritus Carol L. Hasson Lynch ’83 Anna Marie Fontana Marino ’61 Lorraine Cappelli Master ’69 Maureen Monaghan Matheson ’68 Lynn Conaty McCabe ’64 Christine Dillon McCarthy ’74 Margaret McGinniss ’60 Christine M. Stephan Mellor ’72 Carol A. Cartolano Mogck ’75 Sandra Supiot Momyer ’86 Carolyn Downing Morgan ’69 Karen Harcar Morris ’75 Anne Fitzgerald Muldowney ’61 Joanne Colace Muskett ’64 Trevina Chiu Nesbitt ’73, G’93

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Carl J. and Loretta D. Dellapia O’Fria ‘61 Marie San Filippo Panariello ’61 Lenore C. Roche Perrott ’77 Denise Reilly Pons ’75 Jean E. DiDonato Poplawski ’71 ^Janet M. Alfonsi Rocco ’82 Kathleen Fusco Rocklein ’74 Marion A. Moore Schaeffer ’77 Sharon C. Schwarze, Ph.D. Kenneth Timothy Skolka ’87 Elizabeth B. Smith ’65 Margaret Dalton Smith ’73 Phyllis D. Snyder ’74 Florence P. Givens Spall ’75 JoAnna McHenry Strall ’69 Theresa Walsh Stratta ’64 Lucille Dinda Tucker ’68 Joan Wimmer Watson ’67 June Tarasuk Wheeler ’70 Patricia A. Borth Wilson ’72 Patricia Murphy Winkel ’64 Marie Mealing Wood ’65 ^Patricia Raineri Wood ’68

20 Years

Ronald G. Bellopede ’89 Virginia Gallagher Byrne ’62 William L. and Joanne Cavanagh Mary Ann Aller Chevalier ’64 Shirley A. Walker Dixon ’84, G’89 Cynthia J. Goss ’87 Antoinette Iadarola, Ph.D., President Emerita Joan Gionnoscoli Jankowsky ’64 Ruth Dailey Lenhart ’62 Barbara Watson Rawls HON’08 BOT Lorraine J. Romano Morris ’71 Mary Ryan-Zanotti ’72 Judy Schultz Saunders ’92, G’98 Kristine K. Glowienka Schwartz ’81 Michael R. Smith ’95 Rita M. DiCampli Smith ’81 Michael T. Walczak ’77 Michael P. Yeager ’91

15 Years

Mary Falotico Baliotti ’66 Elizabeth Riley Bell ’69 BOT Marian G. Bohem ’79 Sallyann Morris Borghesani ’79 Karen K. and Douglas B. Brown, Ph.D. Michele N. O’Brien Callinan ’93 Joseph and Helen M. Carver Dana M. Simko Ciccariello ’85 Mary Ellen Crowley ’68 Susan E. De Carlo ’78 Angela M. Corbo, Ph.D. ’90 Gloria Dell’Isola ’70 Anthony and Janice J. Dombroski


James J. and Marie T. Dunleavy Michelle Nally Dwyer ’72 Frank R. Emmerich, Jr., Esq. ’92 BOT Karen M. Bell Fitzgerald ’93 Christina G. Feehan Fohner ’96 Dennis W. Fohner ’97 Suzanne I. Horn Ganse ’71 Ellen M. Gibney ’66 Nancy Battaglia Gustafson ’66 Denise Penn Hakowski ’87 Cynthia L. Halpern, Ph.D. Stephen M. Highsmith ’88 Karen Holcombe ’89 Roberta Jacquet, Ph.D. Vincent and Frances Krajnak Kathleen Rowan Mahoney ’65 Shirley A. Mandale ’92 Claire T. McEntyre ’69 Marguerite M. McFadden ’87 Lois Nesmith ’76 Theodora A. Baj Penny ’70 Roberta Markun Renan ’97 Claire M. Roth ’69 Theresa M. Sacchetti ’73 Patricia A. Kelly Seeger ’61 Carol H. Serotta Maria Tocci Small ’07 Peter L. Van Allen ’94 Denise F. Santor Ward ’69 Vincent D. and Michele Marra Zeller ‘75 John J. and Sharon M. Shipley Zubricky ’76 BOT

10 Years

John T. and Beryl M. Abram Melissa A. Kernevich Aigeldinger ’88 Ruth A. Mastronardi Baldovin ’67 Jonathan Barrett ’01 Donna M. Sulpizio Bartholomew ’73 Diane K. Bates G’97 Robert C. Bell ’90 Janet Manno Bodman ’64 Frances L. Carusi Brooks ’82 John Brown, Ph.D. Mary Kathryn Stanbach Burke ’69 BOT ^Joan M. Buzzallino ’66 BOT ^Juliana Chan Chiang ’73 Adriane Cirelli ’06 Joseph Cirelli ’00 Antonio V. Ciro ’83 Diane M. Corallo Ciro, M.D. ’83 Kevin J. Corcoran ’88 Rosanne M. Carfagno Corcoran ’94 Judith M. Clay-Johnson ’78 Thomas P. and Nancy Gorevin Costello ’71 BOT Anne L. Croley ’67 Carol Lee Corlis Crowley ’63 Lawrence and Deborah A. Gentile Cylc ’77 Sharon K. D’Agostino ’75 Catherine M. DeHart ’93 Paula Thomas DeLong ’73 Susanne Canosa DiBianca G’00

Lorraine M. DiSipio, D.O. ’73 Helen Byrne Dooley ’63 Denise McNally Dougher ’70 Rose Worthington Dougherty ’74 George and Carol Ann Edwards Rita Fulginiti Fail ’67 Angelina and Joseph M. Falcone Sr. Nicholas and Julie Falcone Evelyn Cotteta Felice ’61 Joanne M. Curry Finkelston ’88 Alan G. Fitzgerald ’96 Maria P. Tatta Francesconi ’90 Kristen M. Stancavage Freedman, D.P.M. ’96 Rebecca E. Freedman Jacquelyn V. Gerhart ’87, G’02 Ronald L. and Mary McCullough Gionta ’66 Linsey Heiser ’01 Veronica Lucas Hightower ’98 Joan B. and Caswell F. Holloway, III BOT Suzanne Howell ’75 ^Buena Kittleberger Joshi ’72 Ellen P. Kelly ’64 Edward A. and Marjorie Epps Kennedy Jacques and Therese C. Kueny Donna M. Witcraft Kurish ’83 Debra Morey Lacivita ’75 Mary S. Laver, Ph.D. Richard and Elizabeth Leadley Joyce B. LoDolce Pamela S. Woods Lutz ’72 Joan F. Lyon ’59 Christine A. Lysionek, Ph.D. Ann Malsbury G’94 Jennifer L. Bodick Martin ’95 Raymond and Carol Mastronardi Mastoloni Margaret L. Mastronardi ’61 Carol M. Jones McCaffrey ’66 Kathleen A. Glah McDonald ’69 Linda Muhlenhaupt Mitchell ’71 Theresa M. Calabrese Montanaro ’83 Judith S. Morgan ’92 Kathleen Grimes Mosbruger ’95 Eleanor V. Flavin Moslein ’81 Kerri L. Murphy ’97 Johanna E. Olesky ’89 Patricia O’Neill ’01 John J. Paris John C. and Dolores Pasqualini Gregory J. Pasquarello ’77 Marie E. Porrecca Politowski ’66 Natalie Mysko Popel ’69 Donna B. Potts G’04 Yolanda Martinez Price ’73 Eugene M. and Letitia O. Principato Nicholas J. Renzi, Esq. ’85 Jill M. Lehman Rhea ’89

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CONSECUTIVE GIVING Elizabeth Ristey G’90 William A. and Maria W. Roesener Mary Ellen Jaindl Roper ’72 Anita M. Bianco Rothrock ’63 Karen Moffett Salladino ’93, G’00 Robert Salladino, Jr., Ed.D. ’93 Maryanne J. Wysocki Sanders ’65 Luigi and Kathleen Daniels Sciandra ’72 Jacqueline Ricci Seeton ’92 Mary Beth Senkewicz ’76 Susan D. DiGregorio Shelton ’84 Robin A. Strohl Smith ’86 Suzanne Smith ’68 Linda S. Steffy G’96 Thomas Stretton Jr., Ed.D. Demetra M. Takes BOT Adam D. Todd ’97 Nicholas J. Uliano, Ed.D. Marie C. Vaccarelli ’70 Robert C. Vitto G’97 Patricia and Paul J. Wechsler ’01, G’04 Anne M. Jackson Wodnick ’98 Janice Nelson Yakonick ’97 Francis J. and Tina M. Zane Grace Mendres Zanni ’67

5 Years

Anonymous Pamela K. Smith Abbott ’64 Edna and Kenneth J. Adelberg Frederick and Mary Ann Alfonsi Donald Anticoli Susan A. Soja Arabia ’80 Phyllis Bean Gordon and Adeline M. Bethany, Ed.D. Jovanna Acchione Bevilacqua ’95 John and Karen F. Bodnar Stephanie A. Caldwell Boon ’97 Anne Marie Albert Borneman, Ed.D. ’80 Nicole Boyd G’01 Ann L. Breen ’83, G’05 Fiona A. Bride ’07 Mary Ellen Ryan Buono ’66 Lillian C. Burroughs David and Geraldine Ferrari Burton Richard H. Busch Jan William Buzydlowski, Ph.D. Vivian Mayol Caballero ’77 Leah Cascarina Campbell ’88

Margaret Galvin Carini ’87 Mary Sue Scanlon Carter ’65 Patricia Travers Casey ’68 Gene Castellano Neil Chippendale G’93 Mary Ann Drummond Christie ’70 Joseph Clark Claire Clute Amy E. Coleman John R. and Mary Ann G. Collett James and Patricia A. Comet Ruth Beamer Conley ’01 Mary Ann Cook ’94 Michael C. Copestick ’99 John Cordes, Ph.D. Anthony and Rosemarie M. Corrao Tara L. Kegel Cox ’93 George A. and Mildred A. Crognale Anne M. Ronca Cunningham ’62 Karen Van Loan Cuzzolino G’03 Kathleen Deegan G’99 Susan W. Dennen ’77 Kate W. Dinwiddie ’97 Daniel DiPrinzio Lisa M. Maiorano Doak ’00 Mary Anne H. Dougherty ’63 William P. and Marie A. Egan ^Kathleen Reardon Everett ’68 Jennifer M. Fair ’08 Judith A. and Joseph M. Falcone Jr. Gary L. Firestine ’88 Erich and Christa J. Fries Thomas J. and Elizabeth M. Green Maureen Grosso ’86 Elisabeth C. Hanley ’79 Hollie L. Havens ’98 Michael A. Hawley ’84 Judith and James R. Hedtke, Ph.D. Lori Inverso Hendrick ’87 Michael T. ’84 Hendrick Ann Boyle Higgins ’62 Ida Marie Higgins ’93 Heather D. Hinkle Hill ’91 Richard and Joan A. Hill Edward S. Hitchins IV ’07 James and Barbara J. Horsley Patricia Sharkey Howington ’60 Jessica Huda ’01 Regina L. Hunter ’65, G’04

“ We believe in contributing to Cabrini because education is what helps one to become successful, along with drive and ambition. Donations help keep the college sustainable for future generations.” – Adriane ’06 and Joseph Cirelli ’00 consecutive donors

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PHONATHON

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Throughout the 2011–12 year, more than 20 Cabrini students served the College in fundraising roles as members of the Phonathon team. Phonathon callers reach out to alumni, parents, and friends of the College during the fall and spring semesters, updating critical information such as email and home addresses, as well as seeking support for the Cabrini Annual Fund. Student callers also bring a bit of current-day Cabrini to their conversations by updating donors about recent campus activities and new programs. This year, Phonathon raised more than $37,000 in gifts and pledges.

Marlene Ritardi Inman ’70 Jo Mulloy Jablonsky ’73 Jean M. Jacobson Doris O’Donnell Jellig ’64 Frances Caltabiano Jorgensen ’63 Ronald M. Katkocin, Esq. ’80 Rosemarie Battiato Katkocin ’84 John F. Keating ’82 Maria A. Carbone Keating ’82 Anna Marie Cox Keller ’64 Maureen Dunigan Kelly ’87 Mark A. and Joan D. Kleckner ’09 Stamatios T. and Lucinda Kousisis Louise Alexander Kraft ’69 Janet Kuna Margaret and Warren Kuo BOT Vicki W. Lee ’92 Colleen Gray Lelli, Ed.D. ’95 Arthur R. and Lois S. Lewis Richard and Alice Linder Kathleen A. Klecko Maher ’91 D. Eric Malm, Ph.D. Anne Mann ’83 Faust and Kathleen Mariano Robert Massino Jr. ’97 Marilyn Meola Mazzarulli ’59 Nina M. Dolce McBroom ’87 Alissa DeMaria McCann ’81 Margaret McGinley McCollum ’70 Melissa Gallo McLaughlin ’90 Patricia Moody ’75 Patricia Conboy Morlok ’81 Helen M. Naab G’90 Jill Chambers Nerney ’77 Thomas P. Nerney ’77 BOT Sister Diane Olmstead, MSC BOT Francis and Maria R. O’Neill Mary Helen Packard ’69 Edda R. Pitassi-Bullen ’77 Julie and Vince Powers BOT

Steven and Sharon Prokop Christian Protesto Judy and Eric E. Putsch Elizabeth Joseph Rasmussen ’69 Margaret A. Schneller Ravis ’70 Margaret M. Hopkins Reilly ’70 Monica Convery Reischmann ’69 Yvonne J. Riley ’78 Donna Rio ’72 Mary T. Connelly Robertson ’70 Jeanne M. and Joseph J. Romano, Ph.D. Elena Prota Saboe ’65 Teresa A. Stalcup Saboe ’80 Thomas J. Saboe ’75 Richard and Carol Scattergood Elizabeth A. and John D. Schanz BOT Richard and Marie Schauster Bernadette C. McCabe Schoch ’78 ^Rita Trani Scott ’63 Jessica A. Sheetz-Nguyen, Ph.D. ’73 Kathleen Kelly Snarski ’72 Jennifer DiScienzo Stuart ’01 Andrea J. Sussel, LCSW Margaret C. Sweeney ’05 Mary Granelli Tecktonius ’63 Lorraine F. Tracy G’94 Craig W. Vagell Jr. ’05 Donna R. Angelucci Verna ’88, G’91 Lawrence and Helene C. Weathers ^Cynthia A. Hocker Weyand ’82 Lawrence M. and Monica White Karen L. Seiter Wilbank ’76 Meg E. Henner Wileczek ’97 Maryann T. Ribick Willard ’81 Geraldine A. McGettigan Woods ’68 Charles E. Wright ’86 Melissa L. Scornavacca Young ’97 Denise A. Hee Ziegler ’87 Jerome R. Zurek Jr., Ph.D. OT Current and Emeriti Trustees B + Deceased ^ Matching Gift

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CABRINI CLASSIC

23rd Annual Cabrini Classic Honoring Caswell F. Holloway, III At the 23rd annual Cabrini Classic, held at Waynesborough Country Club in Paoli, Pa., on May 7, the College honored Caswell F. Holloway, III P’05 for his leadership and support of Cabrini. In June, Holloway completed his third consecutive three-year term on the College’s Board of Trustees.

More than 250 donors, alumni, trustees, staff, and friends of Cabrini College helped raise more than $200,000 at the Cabrini Classic, the College’s largest single fundraiser.

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2012 Cabrini Classic Sponsors Contest Sponsor James J. and Frances M. Maguire and the Maguire Foundation Golf Health & Fitness Sponsor Comcast Cocktail Reception Sponsor Edith Robb Dixon HON’80, P’85 Silent Auction Sponsor Caswell F. Holloway, Jr. and Marie B. Holloway Foundation Live Auction Sponsor Montgomery, McCracken, Walker & Rhoads, LLP Dinner Sponsor USLI/Tom & Jill Nerney Major Sponsor Anonymous

Individual Sponsors C. Caramanico & Sons, Inc. Devine Brothers, Inc. Eastern Alliance Insurance Group Firstrust Bank Penn Liberty Bank Powers Brand Communications LLC Skanska USA Building, Inc. Registration Sponsor The Jara Family Putting Green Sponsor Waynesborough Country Club Driving Range Sponsor Sb1 Federal Credit Union Silver Dinner Sponsors Prudential Fox & Roach Realtors/Trident Group Turner Construction Company

Apparel Sponsor Maven Benefits Partners

Bronze Dinner Sponsors Mary Kathryn Burke ’69 Scott and Karen Holloway

Golf Hat Sponsor Arthur J. Kania

Golf Sponsor Ashmead Insurance

Luncheon Sponsor Irwin & Leighton, Inc.

Hole Sponsors ADT Advanced Integration Cabrini Mission Foundation CSI International, Inc. IMC Construction, Inc. Independence Blue Cross King Carpet Mart Liberty Mutual Group Mita Leasing SITE Engineering Concepts LLC Stream Companies, Inc. Travelers Wallace Roberts & Todd, LLC

Platinum Sponsors Joan M. Buzzallino ’66 C. F. Holloway, III & Company Conrad O’Brien PC DANJOLELL Memorial Homes Drexel University First CornerStone Bank HiFi House Group of Companies Gary and Patricia Holloway Joseph P. Melvin Company, P.C. Pella Window & Door Jamie and Phil Prince Sodexo UPS Regional USLI/Tom and Jill Nerney Willis Gold Sponsors Armstrong, Doyle & Carroll, Inc. CSI International, Inc. Follett Higher Education Group The Philadelphia Phillies Quadratec, Inc.

Print Sponsors Bentley Rowland* KCB Print Resources Prosit Print Solutions Donors Anonymous Raymond and Elizabeth Riley Bell ’69 Diane Crompton Margaret Hamilton Duprey ’73, HON’08 Reverend Gasper Genuardi Stephen M. Highsmith ’88 * After the Cabrini Classic, Bentley Rowland changed its name to Epic Litho

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CABRINI CLASSIC Gary and Patricia Holloway Kelly & Massa Photographers Jyothi Manohar Matthews Paoli Ford Missionary Sisters of the Sacred Heart of Jesus Women on Course, LLC Advertisers Allied Pixel Atlantic Equipment Specialists, Inc. Berger Law Group, P.C. CliftonLarsonAllen LLP CU Settlement Services, LLC DeSolis Paving Contractors, Inc. Ed Forde Service Center, Inc. Entech Engineering, Inc. The Guardian Life Insurance Company of America The Brian Holloway Family J. P. Mascaro & Sons KEM Partners, Inc. Mita Management ParenteBeard LLC Reuter Hanney Sb1 Federal Credit Union Beginner Golf Clinic Heather Cardamone ’91, G’10 Jane Dalton (Women on Course, LLC) Lydia Holiat Kelly Sakmar Auction Donors 333 Belrose Restaurant 93.3 WMMR 94 WIP 97.5 Fanatic Kenneth J. Adelberg Francis Albani Robert Allison, Ed.D. Applecross Country Club Arden Theatre Raymond and Elizabeth Riley Bell ’69 Body Balance for Performance Joan M. Buzzallino ’66 Helen Kesaris Byrnes Cabrini College Alumni Board Cabrini College Board of Trustees Cabrini College President’s Cabinet Cabrini College Women’s Soccer Team Camden Riversharks Baseball Club Kevin P. Camp ’97 Heather Mark Cardamone ’91, G’10 Carrabba’s Italian Grill Gene Castellano CBS News Christopher’s Restaurant Al and Denise Cipollone Color Me Mine Martha Combs, Ed.D. Conrad O’Brien PC Nancy Gorevin Costello ’71

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Courtyard Marriott Malvern Diane Crompton Sister Eileen Currie MSC ’66 Carol and Robert D’Anjolell Jr. Maryann and Robert L. D’Anjolell Sr. HON’08 Vincent F. DeFruscio ’04 Desmond Hotel D’Ignazio’s Towne House Edith Robb Dixon HON’80 Angela Dowd-Burton and Reginald Burton Edgmont Country Club Frank R. Emmerich Jr., Esq. ’92 and Angela M. Corbo, Ph.D. ’90 Executive Diversions, Inc. Fabio & Danny’s Station Cafe The Faunbrook Bed & Breakfast Estate Steven Feld, Ed.D. Timothy and Beth Folkomer Gerald and Suzanne I. Horn Ganse ’71 Marie Angelella George, Ph.D. and Francis J. George Golden Inn Hotel The Guardian Life Insurance Company of America Mark J. ’92 and Sharon Sheedy Gudas ’91, G’96 Caswell F. Holloway, III Mark Holloway Jessica Huda ’01 Indian Valley Country Club Lehigh Valley Iron Pigs Robert M. Jara Elizabeth G. Kanaras-Cade ’83 Rachel Kane Dennis Kelly Kingdom Magazine Korman Communities Krapf ’s Coaches Lakewood BlueClaws Laura Pappas Health Carol L. Hasson Lynch ’83 Christine A. Lysionek, Ph.D. Margaret Kuo’s Restaurants Brian Moose ’01 Joan F. Neal Thomas P. ’77 and Jill Chambers Nerney ’77 Joseph O’Neil, Esq. Orlando Magic People’s Light and Theatre Company Larry and Madeline Persick ’74 Philadelphia Business Journal Philadelphia Eagles Philadelphia Phillies Play A Round Golf Joseph and Donna B. Potts G’04 Vince Powers Vincent Prestileo, Jr. ’04 and Heather E. Graci Prestileo ’04, G’10 Jamie Prince ’84 Prosit Print Solutions Eric E. Putsch Sister Pietrina Raccuglia MSC ’75 Radnor Hotel David E. Regn ’97


Ridley Park Florist RiverCrest Golf Club Rock Bottom Brewery Geoffrey Rosina Kelly Cusick Sakmar James R. Santora ’94 Timothy F. Sharr Mary Lou Sicoli, Ph.D. Sodexo and Cabrini Dining Services Stream Companies George Stroud Demetra M. Takes Tango Restaurant A Taste of Britain Chris Todd Trenton Thunder Waynesborough Country Club Winberie Restaurant & Bar Women on Course Yangming Ron K. Yoshida, Ph.D. Lori Staneruck Zytkowicz ’94

Committee for 23rd Annual Cabrini Classic Committee Co-Chairs Kenneth J. Adelberg HiFi House Group of Companies Robert M. Jara First CornerStone Bank Eric E. Putsch Maven Benefits Partners Auction Co-Chairs Mark J. Gudas ’92 James R. Santora ’94 O’Neill Properties

Committee Members Helen Kesaris Byrnes Waynesborough Country Club Heather M. Cardamone ’91, G’10 Cabrini College Gene Castellano Cabrini College Diane Crompton Cabrini College Robert L. D’Anjolell Jr. DANJOLELL Memorial Homes Richard E. Devine III ’08 Devine Brothers, Inc. Frank R. Emmerich Jr., Esq. ’92 Conrad O’Brien P.C. Howard Holden Cabrini College Caswell F. Holloway, III C.F. Holloway, III & Company Rachel Kane Executive Diversions, Inc. Thomas O. Melvin Joseph P. Melvin Company, P.C. Brian Moose ’01 Cabrini College and RiverCrest Golf Club & Preserve Joseph O’Neil Jr., Esq. Montgomery, McCracken, Walker & Rhoads LLP Vince Powers Powers Brand Communications LLC Kevin Scanlon Executive Diversions Christopher J. Schwyter Willis of Pennsylvania, Inc. Timothy F. Sharr

IS YOUR NAME NOT LISTED? IT COULD BE BECAUSE: • You made your gift after June 30, 2012, the end of the fiscal year. Gifts received after June 30 will be recognized in the next report. • You asked that your gift be anonymous. • An error occurred despite our efforts to ensure accuracy. If we have made an error or omission, please accept our sincerest apology and notify us so that we can correct our records. Contact the Office of Institutional Advancement at 610-902-8226.

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GIVING REPORT

FINANCIAL REPORT

Differences in contribution totals between the giving and financial reports on this page are attributed to different professional reporting standard requirements.

Operating activities based on audited financial statements.

Contributions By Allocation Unrestricted Gifts $313,892 $203,904

Cabrini Annual Fund Cabrini Classic Proceeds

Subtotal Unrestricted

$517,796

Restricted Gifts $298,786 $192,042

Expendable for Programs Endowment

$490,828

Subtotal Restricted

$1,008,624

Total Charitable Giving

The College closed the 2011–12 fiscal year in a strong financial position. Net assets increased by a healthy margin. The College continues to be highly dependent upon student-related revenue to fund operations. Tuition and fees comprised 81.5 percent of total revenues. Auxiliary enterprises, comprised primarily of revenue from room and board, accounted for 12.7 percent, bringing student-

Contributions By Constituency

$336,099 $167,397 $52,884 $3,379

Alumni (includes estate) Friends Parents Current Students

$244,961

Corporations, Foundations, and Organizations

$804,720

Subtotal

$203,904

Cabrini Classic Proceeds

$1,008,624

$23.3 M

$22.4 M

Total Charitable Giving

$12.6 M

$12.7 M

33.4%

.3% 5.2%

24.3%

FY 11

FY 12

16.6% l Permanently Restricted Endowment l Board Restricted Endowment*

20.2% l Corporations, Foundations, and Organizations

l Friends

l Alumni (includes estate)

l Current Students

l Parents

l Cabrini Classic

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* In FY2012, the Board of Trustees designated the College’s longterm investments as a Board Restricted Endowment.


related revenue to 94.2 percent of total revenues. Therefore, growth in gifts from alumni and friends remains a key priority for the College, with the longterm goal of lessening dependency on tuition, fees, room and board.

grants to students and colleges have not kept pace with inflation. Every year, the College—through internal sources—must make up an increasing share of financial aid to students. Capital projects are funded by the College’s annual increase in net assets. Funds not needed for capital purposes are invested in the College’s portfolio to ensure Cabrini’s long-term fiscal health.

College-funded financial aid increased on average $66 per student over the prior fiscal year. This is an area of ongoing concern, as federal and state

81.5% Income

OPERATING INCOME

61,384,587

l Auxiliary Enterprises (including room and board gross)

9,579,608

l Private gifts and grants

2,504,464

l Government Grants

660,954

l Investment Return

647,619

l Other revenue l Endowment Income

0.2% 0.5% 0.9% 0.9%

Total income

3.3%

FY11

l Tuition and fees (gross)

396,448 122,304 75,295,984

12.7%

29.6% Expenditures

2.3%

l College Aid to Students

21,880,408

l Instruction

15,974,964

l Administrative Support

4.2%

21.6%

OPERATING EXPENDITURES

5.1% 6.4%

7,151,404

l Plant Operation and Maintenance

6,988,901

l Depreciation

4,712,759

l Auxiliary Enterprises

3,765,783

l Academic Support

3,133,222

l Debt Service

1,684,823

Total expenditures

9.5%

8,586,283

l Student Services

73,878,547

11.6% 9.7% Increase in Net Assets $ 1,417,437 Cabrini College l 2011–2012 Annual Report

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GIVING OPPORTUNITIES All of the donors listed made thoughtful decisions to support Cabrini College in a way that was meaningful to them. They made Cabrini a “college of choice” among their philanthropies. Cabrini is grateful to them and hopeful that others will join them in making an investment in the future of the College and its students. Below are some areas to which your gift can be directed. CABRINI ANNUAL FUND The Cabrini Annual Fund provides essential support each year to the College’s operations, laying a firm foundation for vital student financial aid and other student-oriented programs and initiatives. To make a gift, contact Mary Ravenfeld (mary.r.ravenfeld@cabrini. edu or 610-902-8257).

SCHOLARSHIPS Annually Funded Named Scholarships

Donors may create a non-endowed scholarship, named for themselves or to honor someone of their choosing, which will be awarded to a student with financial need each year in which funding is received. To create or maintain a scholarship, contact Michael Foley (michael.l.foley@cabrini.edu or 610-902-8252). Alumni Association Scholarship

Established by the Cabrini College Alumni Association, this annual scholarship benefits rising juniors with financial need who demonstrate academic excellence, a commitment to community service, and a dedication to the mission of Cabrini College. Applications are required. Recipients are measured against established criteria through careful selection by the Alumni Board of Directors. Donors may specify this scholarship when mailing their gifts or donating online. For questions, email Rachel McCarter in the Alumni Office at alumni@cabrini.edu.

Endowed Named Scholarship

Endowed scholarships provide financial support in perpetuity to students with financial need. These scholarships may be structured to support students in a specific program or customized to meet other donor preferred criteria. To explore the ways in which a scholarship may be created, contact Jean Jacobson (jjacobson@cabrini.edu or 610-902-8231).

ATHLETICS Gifts to support Cabrini’s athletic programs may be designated for a specific sport or program. Additionally, sponsorship opportunities such as signage at games and listings in programs are available. For questions, contact the Office of Institutional Advancement at 610-902-8226.

PLANNED GIFTS Naming Cabrini College as a beneficiary in your will, insurance policy, or retirement account ensures financial resources for Cabrini students far into the future. You may direct that your gift be used where needed most or to fulfill special initiatives that support the College’s mission. To learn about the guidelines for making these future gifts, contact Donna Potts G’04 (dpotts@cabrini.edu or 610-902-8214).

Thank you for supporting Cabrini College! To make a gift, visit www.cabrini.edu/giving or call 610-902-8226. 610 King of Prussia Road Radnor, PA 19087

Designer: Monica McVey Writers: Amy Biemiller, Megan Gilmore, Robert Strauss Photography: Russ Bryant, Gus Feudale, Linda Johnson, Kelly & Massa, Michael Paras

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Your

Legacy

for Cabrini

”The excellent liberal arts education I received and lifelong friendships I made at Cabrini College are priceless. Cabrini taught us to give back in any way we can. Although Ray and I cannot be major donors at this time, we knew that we wanted to make a difference at Cabrini. The 1957 Legacy Society is an easy way for us to leave a substantial gift to the College.” - Elizabeth Riley Bell ’69 and Raymond Bell, Ed.D.

For information on naming Cabrini College a beneficiary of your will, trust, IRA or insurance policy, please call 610-902-8214 or email plannedgiving@cabrini.edu.

www.cabrini.edu/plannedgiving Cabrini College l 2011–2012 Annual Report

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PAID Wayne, PA Permit 18

www.cabrini.edu

Education of the Heart Cabrini College is a Catholic institution of higher education dedicated to academic excellence, leadership development, and a commitment to social justice. The College welcomes learners of all faiths, cultures, and backgrounds and prepares them to become engaged citizens of the world.

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Cabrini College Annual Report 2012  

Annual report with feature stories and donor lists.

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