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C A R L OW U N I V E R SI T Y | T H E B E N E FAC T O R R E P O RT


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A Message from the President

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A Message from University Advancement

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2010-2011 Board of Trustees

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Financial Highlights

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Alumna/Trustee Endows Ethics Chair

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Gift of a Lifetime Connects Resie Strauss Noll and Mara Gilmartin

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Donor Generosity Spurs Cutting-Edge Campus School Offerings

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A Family History of Giving: Donnelly Generosity Spans Decades

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The Massey Mathematics Laboratory Equals Success for Carlow Students

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First DNP Graduates Mentor New Students

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Rose Marie Hauber Endowed Scholarship Winner Fosters Creativity and Art Appreciation

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Gifts of Time Are a Priceless Commodity

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Reunion Giving a Chance to Reflect and Appreciate a Quality Education

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Tuition Freedom Day

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2010-2011 Benefactors

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Gifts in Memory

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Gifts in Honor

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In-Kind Gifts

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Carlow’s Endowment: A Lasting Legacy

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Roster of Volunteers

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The Callaghan Society Members

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Ways to Give to Carlow

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Other Gifts to Consider

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To Carlow University’s Benefactors: The calendar tells us it is the annual time to celebrate the grateful season of Thanksgiving and the gifting season of Christmas. Legacy captures this spirit once again as we publish our collective public gratitude to you, Carlow University’s benefactors. The stories we tell in this issue capture but a few of the remarkable results of your generosity in supporting Carlow’s students, faculty and staff, special projects, and high needs. To be a benefactor is to make a difference, to ‘make good happen.’ What Carlow’s many benefactors provide to advance the University’s mission is often in the form of a financial gift. We acknowledge your scholarships and endowments, grants and materials, bequests and memorial donations, class gifts and special project support, Carlow Fund contributions and Campaign gifts. We thank you for these treasures you have given to us to advance our mission, vision, and values, and to serve our students’ financial and educational needs. Tuition revenues barely meet basic operational and educational needs since few students whom we serve are able to pay the full published price of a Carlow education. You enrich our students’ and faculty’s experience with your generous donations. Without your financial sacrifices and sacred shared gifts, we would not be able to do all that we do, nor would students and faculty experience the wider opportunities and improvements your funds provide. As we tally at year’s end the financial gifts you have provided to Carlow, we also recognize you as benefactors for the other presents you have graciously given to make good things happen at Carlow: your presence. Your hours of dedicated service on committees and boards, your volunteered ‘pro-bono’ expertise, your mentoring and advice for staff and students, your acceptance of student interns at your workplace…all supplement the work of the University at every level and have an indirect financial effect on the University. You allow us to redirect operational funds to other purposes, but more importantly, you provide the extras of personal expertise, engagement, enthusiasm, experience, and encounters which help our students and faculty flourish. Carlow University, including the Early Learning Center and The Campus School, is blessed to have you as our caring benefactors. You support and supplement our efforts to make life better for all those whom we serve. In the name of all those who have benefitted from your generosity, I offer you sincere gratitude, and I join the Sisters of Mercy in praying that all benefactors who have made good things happen for the educational ministry we embrace will receive abundant good things from God, the source of beneficence. Sincerely,

Dr. Mary Hines President Carlow University

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T H E T R U T H I S S I M P L E . Those who contribute their financial resources and their time to Carlow University are changing lives. You, as a benefactor of Carlow, are impacting the lives and the futures of our students. Whether your gift, one we gratefully accept, is by your definition large or small, we thank you for making a meaningful contribution to the success of our talented and determined students. This support of time, talent, and treasure is an outward show of confidence in the ability of Carlow to provide a high quality educational experience. I commonly encounter graduates who are grateful for the opportunities at Carlow. They relay that faculty members are generous with their time, challenging in their academic requirements, and encouraging of students during those inevitable difficult periods. Throughout this report, you will read stories about the impact of your generosity and see that your gifts have truly inspired others. From those who have received scholarships to those who are developing their artistic talents and literary skills, from those given the resources to receive a Carlow education to those granted the life-changing experiences of study abroad, your beneficence is creating opportunities for students to become all that they were meant to be. In this season of gratitude, Carlow is most grateful for your friendship, your investment in our graduate and undergraduate programs, and your dedication to The Campus School of Carlow University. Without you, students would continue to struggle to meet their educational objectives. Thank you for your generosity in helping to make their dreams come true. The truth is simple. Thank you for changing lives. Sincerely,

Karen Elliott Galentine Vice President for the Office of University Advancement

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BOARD OF TRUSTEES

TRUSTEES EMERITI

Deborah L. Acklin Judith M. Davenport, D.M.D. Michele R. Atkins Thomas J. Donnelly, Esq. † Joyce A. Bender Anna Marie Goetz, R.S.M. Kathleen W. Buechel Helen Hanna Casey Jack Burley, Sr. Elsie H. Hillman JoAnne Courneen, R.S.M. Kevin P. Kearns, Ph.D. Bruce I. Crocker Eileen McConomy John R. Denny, Jr. Jane Scully, R.S.M. Jackie Dixon Mary Ann Sestili, Ph.D. Jeanne Gleason Regina D. Stover Paula J. Hasbach David R. Williams Patricia Mary Hespelein, R.S.M. Mary Hines, Ph.D. Mary Beth Jenkins † DECEASED Karen Dunn Kelley Barbara A. Kirr Maureen Lally-Green, J.D. Daniel J. Lebish Louise R. Malakoff, J.D. Diane C. Matje, R.S.M. Inez Miles Cecilia Murphy, R.S.M., Ph.D. Mildred S. Myers, D. A. Helene Norbut George L. Pry, M.A. Theresa A. Scotti Janet Simon, Ph.D. Judith Stojhovic, R.S.M. Patricia Whalen, R.S.M. George R. Whitmer James A. Wilkinson, J.D. Judith Worden, R.S.M.

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REVENUES Tuition and Fees Auxiliary Enterprises Gifts, Grants, Investments Other Income

68% 15% 14% 3%

EXPENDITURES Instruction Institutional Support Scholarships and Fellowships Student Services Academic Support Auxiliary Enterprises Operation/Maintenance of Physical Plant Other Expenditures

33% 22% 1% 5% 20% 6% 7% 6%

SOURCES OF GIVING Alumnae/i Corporations, Vendors, and Foundations Trustees and Former Trustees Faculty and Staff Friends

57% 26% 10% 4% 3%

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A LU M N A / TRUSTEE ENDOWS E T H I C S C HAIR

Michele Rehfeld Atkins ’82

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Carlow has traditionally emphasized ethics across the entire academic curriculum. Now, thanks to the generosity of Carlow Woman of Spirit® Michele Rehfeld Atkins ’82, that emphasis is stronger than ever. In May 2011, Atkins presented Carlow with a $1.5 million gift to endow the “Michele R. Atkins Endowed Chair for Ethics Across the Curriculum.” The Chair will expand the study and application of ethics in the University’s academic programs, providing an opportunity to greatly propel interdisciplinary scholarship with an emphasis on ethics. “I consider it a privilege to give something back to Carlow after all it has done for me,” says Atkins, who is the president and CEO of Heritage Community Initiatives, and who earned her BA with a specialization in sociology and anthropology from Carlow in 1982. “With this endowment, I hope to foster an understanding of the principles of ethics as they apply to disciplines and professional programs at the University and to encourage interdisciplinary interaction of faculty and students.”

The Michele R. Atkins Chair will promote and provide teaching and research about ethics and will facilitate opportunities for faculty to enrich coursework by including ethics within the context of their disciplines. The Chair of Ethics Across the Curriculum will produce publications and provide presentations at conferences and seminars, and will facilitate seminars and conferences at Carlow addressing critical contemporary ethical issues. “On behalf of the University, I thank Michele and Pat Atkins for their outstanding generosity to Michele’s alma mater by establishing the first endowed Chair at Carlow, and for supporting the integration of ethical principles in our academic programs,” says Dr. Mary Hines. “Michele’s focus on ethics is consistent with Carlow’s commitment to the charisms of the Sisters of Mercy and the principles of Catholic Social Teaching which shape our University’s mission and values. This is truly an historic gift in the life of Carlow University.”


G I F T OF A LIFETIME CONNECTS R E S I E STRAUSS NOLL AND M A R A GILMARTIN

Mary Therese (Resie) Strauss Noll and Mara Gilmartin arrived at Carlow University nearly half a century apart, but they will be forever connected. Gilmartin, a sophomore majoring in English and secondary education, was the recipient of the Resie Strauss Noll ’57 Endowed Scholarship for students in the humanities, which was endowed upon Noll’s death in 1999. “It was very generous of her to provide for future students,” says Gilmartin, who is from Springdale, Pa. Noll was the first director of alumnae relations at Mt. Mercy College, now Carlow University, and later went on to be a professor of English at Penn State’s New Kensington campus. “I remember going to visit her, and she told me that Carlow was in her will,” says Anita Sammartino Dacal, executive director for University Advancement. “Resie was a wonderful person. She was a champion for women’s studies and women’s leadership. After her death, her husband, Walter [a mathematics professor at Carnegie Mellon University] and her family and friends provided a real outpouring of support for her scholarship.”

Gilmartin was considering other colleges until she made a visit to Carlow during her senior year at Springdale High School. “I came for a visit, and I fell in love with Carlow,” says Gilmartin. “I loved everything about it.” Despite this love at first sight for her future university, more practical reasons came into play. “I liked to think that I could go anywhere, and that money would be no object. In the end, it turned out that the amount of financial aid I received was a factor,” she said. In addition to the Resie Strauss Noll Endowed Scholarship, Gilmartin is also a Beard Scholar. As such, she spent 16 days last summer touring Ireland with 11 other Beard Scholars and faculty advisor, Sylvia Rhor, PhD. As for the future, Gilmartin has her sights set on being a high school English teacher. “I had some fantastic teachers motivate me, and I’d like to do that for others,” she says. One can imagine Resie looking down in approval at that sentiment. And that’s just one more sentiment the two have in common because of Resie’s gift of a lifetime to Carlow University.

Mara Gilmartin

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DONOR G E N E R O S I T Y S P U R S CUTTI N G - E D G E CA M P U S SCHOO L O F F E R I N G S HANDW R I T I N G W I T H O U T T E A R S

Learning to write can be very challenging for many young students. Constant tracing, odd shapes, and intricate loop combinations cause frustration for young children who are still developing the motor skills necessary for writing. Thanks to gifts from generous donors, students in preschool through fourth grade at The Campus School of Carlow University are taught to write in a new and hands-on way, utilizing visual, tactile, and even auditory methods. The new way of teaching is called Handwriting Without Tears. Developed by an occupational therapist, students learn to form letters with wooden pieces, sculpt letters out of clay, and make capital letters and numbers on a reversal-proof slate. Teachers also use books, songs, and puppets to engage the students in the lessons. “The Handwriting Without Tears program provides a consistent language that we can use to talk about letters,” says Campus School kindergarten teacher Susan Wirth-Loera. “Students hear the language when we model the correct letter formation and when the students form the letters with

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wooden pieces, make the letters out of clay, write them on our reversal-proof slate, and sing songs. Parents have told us that the students are using the language at home, which lets us know that it’s sticking with them.” Funds for the program provided training for the teachers and allowed the school to purchase all of the teaching materials necessary, including sets of wooden shapes used to make letters of the alphabet, reversal-proof slate boards and sponges, clay, mats, puppets, workbooks, musical CDs, and posters/banners that hang in each classroom.

Kindergarten teacher Jennifer Horwat says the curriculum is important because, “being able to form letters with minimal frustration allows the students to concentrate on learning to write words and sentences, which will help them be more successful in our language arts curriculum.” The Campus School plans to expand the program by training more teachers. “Expanding the program throughout the school will ensure consistency around language and writing as students move through the grades,” says Wirth-Loera.


Campus School Scholarships Lead to Waiting Lists for Montessori and Traditional Preschool The Campus School awarded more than $100,000 in financial aid to 40 families for the 2011-2012 school year, allowing so many students to enroll that there are now waiting lists for the Montessori and traditional preschool programs. Brett Marcoux, director of admissions for The Campus School, says that while 25 percent of the funds went to new families, the school was also able to retain three families by offering them financial aid. Campus School families receive financial aid from several sources, notes Marcoux, including endowed scholarships and Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) funds, which is money designated to The Campus School by local businesses. “We saw a dramatic increase in our EITC funds this year, which indicates that our market presence is strong,” says Marcoux. “There is more interest in our school throughout the community, and people and businesses are finding opportunities to give.” The increased financial aid is growing the enrollment pipeline, and The Campus School is edging closer to its ultimate goal of being filled to capacity. “Our traditional retention rate is 92 percent,” says Marcoux. “If we can retain all these new students, the school will be, and stay, filled. Without the endowed scholarships and increased EITC funds, we would not be in such a fortunate position.”

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T E AC H I N G WITH TECHNOLOGY

While they are mastering their writing skills, Campus School students are also becoming proficient with cutting-edge computer technology, thanks to continued donor generosity. This past year, donor gifts allowed the school to implement a long-overdue upgrade of its computer labs and teaching technologies. A once-unusable downstairs lab has been re-outfitted with 14 computers donated by Carlow University. “The lab is being used much more by all teachers,” says Campus School computer teacher Theresa Hassett. “When we have the hardware, the teachers are able to integrate more technology into their curriculums.” The upstairs computer lab, used for older students, also got an upgrade with new computers and better network connections. “The increased speed and reliability allows us to offer more to our students,” says Hassett. “They’re using Google Earth, creating their own computer programs using Alice, and they know how to use all of the Microsoft Office applications by the time they’re in sixth grade.” In addition to new desktops, the school was able to purchase new laptops, projectors, SMART Boards, and document readers for each of the

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four floors of the school, as well as a SMART Response system. The SMART Response system consists of handheld devices that work in conjunction with the SMART Boards. “Teachers can develop quizzes and get instant feedback from students using the handheld devices,” says Hassett. “The devices also help increase overall retention and engagement by making quizzes more like a video game.” Because there are new computers in the labs, the old computers were repurposed for word processing and research in individual classrooms. “The students are excited about the new technology,” says Hassett. “They love it. The teachers love that there is more technology available and that it’s more reliable—this helps them execute their lessons more consistently. It’s really made life easier for both the students and the teachers.” Future plans include making the entire school wireless, purchasing additional laptops and carts to be shared among the floors, purchasing iPads for library research, and eventually having both a Mac and a PC lab so students can be exposed to both platforms.


A FA M I LY H I S TO R Y O F G I V I N G : DO N N E L LY G E N E R O S I T Y SPA N S D E CA D E S

In the early 1930s, Tom and Bill Donnelly were elementary school students at Mt. Mercy Academy (now The Campus School). Their little sister, Ruth, would soon follow in their footsteps. The three children had been lovingly adopted by their maiden aunt, Mary Donnelly, upon the untimely deaths of both of their parents. Aunt Mary made sure they received a solid Catholic education that began with the Sisters of Mercy. In 1951, Tom assisted Aunt Mary in the establishment of the Mary J. Donnelly Foundation which, under the leadership of Ruth Donnelly Egler and other family members, continues to support principally Catholic organizations—especially in the areas of education, campus ministry, lay ministry, and social services. Tom served on Carlow’s Board of Trustees for 37 years and was chair for 21 years. He passed away this past February and is greatly missed. But his commitment—and that of the rest of the Donnelly family—lives on in the form of numerous generous gifts to Carlow. Today, two specific gifts—the Marilyn P. Donnelly Distinguished Writer-in-Residence endowment and

Left to Right: Marilyn Donnelly, Mary Hines, Tom Donnelly

the Donnelly Family Scholarship— continue to strengthen the career paths of Carlow graduates. The visiting writer-in-residence is endowed by the Mary J. Donnelly Foundation in honor of Tom’s wife, Marilyn P. Donnelly, a published poet and a founding member of Carlow University’s Madwomen in the Attic. The program recruits outstanding writers who work with the faculty and students of the Master of Fine Arts (MFA) in Creative Writing program. Begun in 2004, the MFA program was one of the Carlow’s first graduate programs. According to program

director Ellie Wymard, PhD, the Donnellys’ gift has shaped the program’s success. “The Donnelly visiting writerin-residence meant the world of difference in the development of the MFA program at Carlow because of the attention we could bring through the name recognition of the writers,” says Wymard. To date, the MFA program has hosted 21 writers-in-residence. The January 2012 residency will include such authors as C.K. Williams, winner of the National Book Award for Poetry for The Singing and a Pulitzer Prize

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for Repair; Michael Dirda, Pulitzer prize-winning book critic for The Washington Post; and Jericho Brown, American Book Award winner for his first collection of poetry, Please. Poet, songwriter, and novelist Naomi Shihab Nye has been a Marilyn Donnelly visiting writer-in-residence several times. Nye has won many awards and fellowships, among them four Pushcart Prizes. She says she’s impressed by the support the MFA program offers to writers. “Having been a writer all my life, any place that wants to nourish the activities of writers to me is very precious. It has an immeasurable result,” she says. Nye credits the Donnelly family’s gift as a huge vote of confidence for voices. “Marilyn’s own voice was a delighted, open-minded, receptive response. For the Donnellys to support the writing program makes beautiful sense.” Published author Juilene OsborneMcKnight, a graduate of the MFA program, describes it as the best educational experience of her life— pointing to the Donnelly visiting writer-in-residence as an essential core piece to the program’s success. “Having contact with every writer you admire, read, and teach, and discovering that they are willing to help you publish, is amazing,” she says. “I can’t tell you how much mileage I have gotten out of the program.”

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Left to Right: Anne Burnham, Ellie Wymard, Naomi Shihab Nye, Marilyn Donnelly, Marion Winik, and Sam Hazo.

On an undergraduate level, the Donnelly Family Scholarship reaches out to Carlow students in need. Endowed by grants made by the Donnelly family and by the National Endowment for the Humanities, this needbased scholarship is awarded to full-time students who major in the humanities and who have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.25.

Since the scholarship’s creation in the early 1980s, there have been approximately 100 scholarship recipients. The three most recent are Lauren Younger, Caitlin Carey, and Lisa Erb. Lauren Younger is a senior creative writing major and communications minor from Akron, Ohio. She says that, had it not been for the Donnelly Scholarship, she would not be at Carlow today.


“In the fall of last year, I didn’t know if I would be able to afford to go to school in the spring,” says Younger. “I was so close to finishing, and there was this outstanding balance. I remember coming home one night in December and getting an e-mail that I was the recipient of the Donnelly Family Scholarship. It was an answer to my prayers.” The scholarship funding also afforded Younger the opportunity to participate in the Pennsylvania College English Association (PCEA) Conference for Creative Writers in Erie, Pa., where she presented her memoirs as part of a panel sponsored by Carlow professor Sue Rumbaugh. “I would not have done any of that if it weren’t for the Donnelly Scholarship,” she says. Younger’s own aspirations are to give hope to others—just as the Donnelly family did for her. “I hope to open a community center in a low-income area, where there aren’t many opportunities and where parents can’t afford private lessons. If I’m able to use my Carlow degree to do that, I’d be really happy.” Caitlin Carey, a May 2011 art history graduate, was in the last semester of her senior year when she received funding from the Donnelly family. “The one thing I really wanted to do was to study abroad in Rome, but the expense was more

than I anticipated. The Donnelly scholarship was the reason I got to go.” Originally from Shanksville, Pa., this was Carey’s first time abroad. “Rome was a life-changing experience that I wouldn’t have had without the scholarship,” she says. Lisa Erb, who graduated in 2011 with degrees in history and special education, says the Donnelly scholarship helped her to fund her last year of college. Originally from Shaler, Pa., Erb is currently teaching students on probation from the Allegheny County Juvenile Courts at The Academy charter school. Her ultimate goal, she says, is to make all students feel included. “When I was younger, I had a speech impediment. I had to be pulled from my classes,” she recalls. “Today, schools are doing so many more inclusion classes, where they don’t pull kids out. I want to give kids this opportunity—to keep them from feeling labeled.” For the Donnellys, granting opportunities is what it’s all about: from programs that nourish fledgling writers to funding that allows students to see the world or to work with the less fortunate. Their relationship with Carlow, formed so many years ago, is stronger than ever.

Lauren Younger

Caitlin Carey

Lisa Erb

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THE M A SS E Y M AT H E M AT I C S LABOR ATO R Y E Q U A L S S U C C E SS FOR CA R LOW S T U D E N T S

Success in mathematics is one of the best predictors of success in college. However, distressingly enough, the United States ranks 25th among 30 peer nations in math literacy and problem solving. In an effort to reverse those numbers, Carlow University—thanks to a grant from the Massey Charitable Trust— has created the Massey Mathematics Laboratory to enhance the math skills of all learners, but especially the skill levels of students who enter college with precollege math skills. “Our goal is to make sure students are prepared for the math LAI (Language Arts Instruction),” says Betsy Hunt, coordinator of the Massey Mathematics Lab, which is located on the fourth floor of Grace Library. “This is both a collaborative and cooperative classroom.” The Massey Mathematics Lab uses Carnegie Learning and Cognitive Tutor® software as the centerpieces of the lab. “The two systems work together to allow students to learn at their own pace,” says Hunt. Carnegie Learning, Inc. was founded by cognitive and computer scientists from Carnegie Mellon University, who, in conjunction with veteran

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mathematics teachers, have created an innovative math curriculum that helps students succeed in math. Cognitive Tutor is a modularized system that allows students to progress through modules that introduce and reinforce key mathematics concepts. Students learn to work independently and become responsible for how quickly they work through each concept. “Possessing the necessary mathematics skills is essential for college success,” says Robert M. Connolly, executive director of the Massey Charitable Trust. “Building this lab is proof that Carlow University very much recognizes

the necessity for all of its graduates to have solid mathematics skills. As long time supporters of Carlow, our trustees wanted to demonstrate how important we think this project is for the University and for western Pennsylvania.” Carlow dedicated the Massey Mathematics Lab on November 30, 2010. “The Massey Mathematics Lab gives students in need of developmental math skills an opportunity to focus on those skills,” says Karen Galentine, vice president for University Advancement at Carlow. “It meets a great need for Carlow students.”


FIR S T D N P G R A D U AT E S ME N TO R N E W S T U D E N T S

Before arriving at the value of a doctor of nursing practice (DNP) degree, a student might want to consider all the costs. Carlow University tuition? $806 per credit. Average textbook prices for courses? $400 per book. The value of calling on someone for advice who has been through the same program? Priceless. That priceless advice is now a reality, thanks to Carlow University’s first DNP graduates, who have taken it upon themselves to mentor current and future DNP students. “The way that we see our role is as mentors, but also as fellow nurses,” says Kelly Rock, DNP, who was in the first doctoral class to graduate from Carlow in December 2010. “We are all invested in growing the future of nursing, so we definitely want to be part of the students’ lives.” Rock admits that, as the first cohort in the DNP program, she and her fellow students realized quickly they were treading new ground both for themselves and the University. Any anxiety that being pioneers might generate, however, was alleviated by the faculty.

“The faculty primed you for leadership,” she says. “And they primed you to serve the community.” Rock said that the seed for this mentoring opportunity really began to take shape during the last semester her cohort was together. “That’s when we started thinking about what’s next,” she says. “We knew we didn’t want to lose the contact and relationships we built with the women in our work groups.” From an e-mail that circulated among the cohort, they not only realized they were of one mind about remaining in touch with each other, but they also realized they shared a desire to help the students who are coming behind them. The group had two meetings to form a mission and develop some short- and long-range programs that they could implement.

On Friday, August 26, 2011, the planning was put into action as the first doctoral students in the history of Carlow University hosted a reception for both the second and third cohorts of nursing students in the atrium of the A.J. Palumbo Hall of Science and Technology. At this session, new and current students were able to share in the wit and wisdom of the first graduating class. “I’m a crusty, old ICU nurse,” says Lisa Bratton-Henry, DNP, who was selected to address the students at the reception. “But I can tell you that you will shed tears [in this program]. There will be tears of frustration, but also tears of joy.” Both sets of tears are something that the first DNP grads are eager to share with future students. FIRST DNP GRADUATES Foreground: Rosalie Marie Bergman. Second Row: (left to right) Lisa M. Bratton-Henry, Joan M. Latsko, Heidi Ann Clawson, and Kelly Michelle Rock. Third row: (left to right) April Leigh Chaney, Janet J. Colville, and Mary Jane Alexander Miskovsky. Back Row: (left to right) Marcelia Albert Radakovich and Deborah Young.

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ROSE M A R I E H A U B E R E N D OW E D SCHOL A R S H I P W I N N E R FOSTE R S C R E AT I V I T Y A N D ART AP P R E C I AT I O N

Meghan Bergman has always loved art and working with different media (painting, drawing, ceramics, etc.). She also always admired her teachers. Diagnosed with dyslexia in the third grade, Bergman had to work extra hard to get good grades and appreciated the support of a good teacher. Bergman landed her dream job as an elementary school art teacher in Kennett Square, Pa. soon after she graduated from Carlow University’s School of Education in May 2011. One of many applicants for the job, her resume stood out because of her great portfolio, art education-related activities, and volunteer work. “Because I didn’t have to worry about money, I was able to focus on learning and doing the best I can to get the career I wanted,” says Bergman, one of two recipients of the 2011 Rose Marie Hauber Endowed Scholarship. Since 1989, the endowment has provided 30 annual scholarships to qualified junior and senior humanities majors in the name of Sister Rose Marie Hauber, RSM, beloved classics professor and moderator of the Alumnae/i Association.

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Meghan Bergman

Each year, a luncheon is held to honor the scholarship recipients. Alumnae/i, donors, and current Carlow students and their families gather to celebrate the recipients, enjoy a nice lunch, bid on auction items, and participate in raffles with all proceeds going to the endowment. The scholarship was invaluable to Bergman because she didn’t have to spend time working in a minimumwage job to support her education. “I was able to make the most of my time at Carlow,” she says. “After

graduating, I asked myself if I would choose Carlow again. I absolutely would, because I was nurtured as both an artist and a professional.” Not having to work allowed Bergman to travel to Denmark with art department chair Dale Huffman and other art students where she participated in a ceramics residency. “My study abroad experience showed my future employer that I am a leader, I’m flexible, and I’m willing to get out of my own comfort zone,” she says.


As student state president for the Pennsylvania State Education Association (PSEA) from 2009-2011, Bergman represented more than 10,000 future educators as an active member of the PSEA board of directors, coordinated two statewide conferences that attracted more than 300 students, and collaborated with other state presidents at national conferences. “My experience with the PSEA helped me understand politics and its effects on education,” says Bergman. Bergman also had the time to be able to obtain short-term jobs related to her future career. She taught a seven-week ceramics class at Father Ryan Arts Center for sixth and seventh graders and worked as a camp counselor at the Pittsburgh Center for the Arts for children ages four to 14. Teaching her kindergarten through fifth grade students at Greenwood Elementary School in Kennett Consolidated School District, Bergman works to instill creativity and an appreciation for art in all of her students. “Creativity is an important tool for anyone to have,” she says. “In elementary art, I’m teaching students who probably won’t be artists. They’ll go on to be doctors, lawyers, etc. The world is visual, and art is a universal form of communication. Everyone should have a creative outlet, as creativity leads to innovation and new inventions.” Bergman plans to spend her summers working on art and keeps an online portfolio of her work at http://meghanbergman.com.

Dolores Somma ’53, retired supervisor of the Speech and Language Program for Non-Public and Private Schools at Allegheny Intermediate Unit (AIU), celebrated her 80th birthday with her former AIU staff. In honor of Dolores’ special day, her loyal staff made contributions to The Carlow Fund. Left to right: Lynn Ference, David Masquelier, Carol Ritchey ’80, Karen Cook ’81, Dolores Somma ’53, Gale Seymour, Del Dempster. Front row, left to right: Lynn Bainbridge, Kathy Gannon, Lynnford Lynch.

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GIFTS O F T I M E A R E A PRICE L E SS C O M M O D I T Y

Carlow University, like most organizations, needs gifts of time, talent, and treasure to function at peak capacity. The value of a gift of treasure is usually easy to calculate, but gifts of time and talent are priceless. “Time is my most valuable commodity,” says Barbara Kraft, ’83, a Carlow alumna who is a member of the Alumnae/i Board of Directors and the current past president. “Was then, is now.” As a registered nurse (RN) returning to nursing school to get her BSN after a 15-year absence from school, Kraft had some decisions to make when she enrolled in Carlow’s nursing program. “Traveling from Beaver to Oakland five days a week for three years with two children and a husband who traveled 50 percent of the time was a challenge, but together we got through it,” she says. “And I managed to be involved in my children’s school activities, the community, and served as student government association president in my senior year.” All that, plus she has been involved in peace and justice work and has lived overseas on three different occasions in the nearly 30 years since she graduated. But why get so involved if time is so valuable?

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Karen Divito volunteers at The Campus School book fair.

“Originally, I was grabbed by Carlow’s mission statement,” Kraft says. “The Mercys walk the talk. They did then, and they still do now.” Living the mission is a tradition for the Sisters of Mercy, and traditions are familiar to parents of children at The Campus School of Carlow University. “I like being involved in Campus School traditions,” says Karen Divito, who is the mother of eighth grader, Joseph; sixth grader, Marco; and second grader, Francesca. “I enjoy

being part of perpetuating a tradition. It’s a very special feeling.” Divito says that one of the things she gains from being a Campus School volunteer is the opportunity to be involved in her children’s lives. “As they get older, that relationship [between parent and child] changes. They become more peer-focused,” she says, expressing an inevitable, but sometimes sad, truth about watching one’s children grow up. “Volunteering for Campus School activities is also


social for me. I feel I get more than I’m giving.” The Campus School is blessed with many parents like Divito who wish to help out as needed, something that continues to make the school a special place. “Our school community is unique in that most parents are engaged in this aspect of our children’s lives,” Divito says. “Anytime there is a need, it is filled, and sometimes overfilled. I don’t think it’s ever viewed as a duty. It’s something our Campus School parents are glad to do.” Oftentimes, something we are glad to do spurs us on to do more. In 2009, Perry Minnis retired after 41 years in the business world, although he has hardly slowed down. Minnis is a member of the advisory board for Carlow’s Master of Science in Fraud and Forensics (MFF) program. As an advisory board member, he reviews the program’s curriculum and makes suggestions to keep the curriculum current. He is also a subject matter expert for two classes: Ethics Organizations and Fraud Prevention and the Financial Statement Examination. As a subject matter expert, he is a guest lecturer and has taped two lectures that will be available to MFF students. “I became involved in Carlow’s Master of Science in Fraud and

Forensics program through a friend who knew of my volunteer work, my experience, and the fact that I can’t resist a chance to help people who want to do the right thing for their organizations,” notes Minnis. To that end, he hopes Carlow students in this program will understand not just about fraud and forensic accounting, but will also use that knowledge to help instill values and a culture that emphasizes ethics. He sees the time he gives to Carlow’s new master’s program as something that will pay dividends for the community. “Since retirement, I have some time and I can’t think of a better way to use it than to teach young minds what good business practices really mean to all stakeholders,” he says. “I have seven grandchildren— three of whom are in local universities. I want them to graduate with a solid background in their focus area, but I also want them to appreciate that success means so much more than just being a good accountant or engineer. It also includes being a good person, and becoming an interpersonal leader who sets the right example for those who follow them.”

Barbara Kraft ’83

Perry Minnis

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REUNI O N G I V I N G A C H A N C E TO RE F L E CT A N D A P P R E C I AT E A QUA L I T Y E D U CAT I O N

When Marian Allen enrolled in Carlow University’s School of Nursing as a 40-year-old mother of three young children back in 1992, she couldn’t have imagined where her degree would take her. In January 2011, she was on a medical mission in Haiti, where she served as a school nurse providing a cholera education program and administering more than 300 fluoride treatments to Haitian children. “At Carlow, where there is such a strong theme of humanity and outreach to people in need, I got a sense of the power of what I could do as a nurse,” says Allen. Allen decided to pursue a career in nursing after caring for her sick mother-in-law. “Carlow was the most welcoming to me as an adult student at the time,” she says. “I was the oldest one in all of my classes, but I never felt like the odd person out. I received lots of support, and the environment in which women are celebrated and encouraged fueled me to reach my potential.” One of Carlow’s first SPiRiT ambassadors, Allen graduated in 1996 and spent 15 years working in a family practice as a triage nurse, case manager, and visiting nurse. She was thrilled to be able to give back to Carlow upon her 15th reunion year.

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Carla Nastala and her family.

“Giving a significant gift this year gave me a chance to reflect on what it meant to be a nurse educated at Carlow,” says Allen. “It has meant a lot in my life, in ways I could predict and ways I couldn’t. I received a very rich education and this donation was an opportunity to look back and make a statement to the institution and myself.” Allen is now retired, but she will return to Haiti in January and February 2012 with the Pittsburgh-based organization, Functional Literacy Mission of Haiti (FLM), to again serve as a school nurse and health educator. Other volunteers with FLM will bring art, music, and other educational activities to the people of Haiti.

Marian Allen treating Haitian children.


Back in Pittsburgh, Allen keeps busy by supporting HUGS, an urban gardening project in Pittsburgh’s Hazelwood neighborhood, which serves to educate the Hazelwood community about proper nutrition. Allen is chairman of the HUGS board and has been impressed with six young, female leaders who help keep the project going. “It has been remarkable to watch these women from the Hazelwood community introduce others to the gardens and encourage them to take advantage of them,” says Allen. “The food we grow is free and open to anyone. In three years, there has been no vandalism. People are happy about the gardens and they respect them.” Allen describes her nursing career as an exquisite role. “Through my education, I got a sense of what that could be,” she says. “As health and medical systems change, nurses are more important than ever to patients. They provide continuity for patients and help them navigate changing medical systems. I give to Carlow because I believe future nurses can innovate and improve those systems even further.” Carla Nastala was also moved to give to Carlow during her 25th reunion year. After graduating from Carlow’s School of Nursing in 1986, she worked at UPMC Presbyterian in the intensive care unit.

“My experience at Carlow taught me that, as a woman, I can do anything I want and gave me the confidence to continue my education and pursue a career in nursing,” she says. Nastala received a master’s degree in critical care from the University of Pittsburgh and specialized in heart transplantation and mechanical assistance devices. In 1998, she moved to San Antonio with her husband, where she helped start a transplant program. Now a stay-at-home mom of three teenagers, Nastala and her husband appreciate quality education. “We’re at a point where we can give back to the things that are important to us,” says Nastala. “Seeing our children grow underscored the value of a good education for us, and we decided to give back to our colleges. The reunion year was the perfect time to start.” Nastala’s children are 16, 14, and 11 and attending a college preparatory school at which she is involved with fundraising, athletics, and fine arts programs. Nastala gave to the Carlow Fund as a way to support students who want the type of quality education that Carlow provides. To others who are considering donating in their reunion year, Nastala says not to hesitate. “No amount is too little to help,” she says. “Look into your heart. Whatever you can give will help many students, and it just makes you feel good.”

Tuition Freedom Day Carlow University celebrated Tuition Freedom Day on Thursday, March 24, 2011, honoring the generosity of those whose gifts to the University support daily operations. “Tuition only covers about 78 percent of the costs of providing an education at Carlow,” says Linda Madden-Brenholts, director of the Carlow Fund. “Without gifts from alumnae/i, faculty, staff, parents, and friends of Carlow University, tuition would need to increase, on average, $5,000 per student, per year.” In addition to free treats, facts about philanthropic giving to Carlow, and an opportunity for students to write a personal “thank you” to a donor, Carlow’s Office of University Advancement, along with the Dr. Tom Hopkins Communication Lab, sponsored a student video contest. The winning video—created by Carlow senior Chanessa Shuler, a mass media major from New Kensington, Pa.—can be viewed at http://alum.carlow.edu/giving/ annual/tuition-freedom.html.

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2010–2011 Benefactors

$ 1 M I L L I O N A N D A B OV E Michele Rehfeld Atkins ’82 and Patrick R. Atkins (5)

With this list of donors, we celebrate the generosity of our alumnae/i and friends. We gratefully acknowledge gifts received during the 2010-2011 fiscal year (July 1, 2010–June 30, 2011) to Carlow University, including The Campus School of Carlow University. We hope you, our generous benefactors, take pride in supporting Carlow University. Your investment plays a vital role in Carlow’s continued growth and success.

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D E C EASED FAC ULTY/STAFF T H R EE CONSECUTIVE YEARS OF GIVING F I V E CONSECUTIVE YEARS OF GIVING

$50,000-$249,999 Buhl Foundation Donahue Family Foundation (3) Roy and Susan Dorrance Mary Louise Lehmann Gailliot ’64 and Henry J. Gailliot (5) Howard Heinz Endowment (3) Estate of Daniel B. Krochmal Louise Reiber Malakoff, JD ’67 (5) McAuley Ministries Eileen McConomy (5) Francis E. McGillick Foundation (5) Rita M. McGinley ’40 Rita M. McGinley Foundation (5) Parker Foundation (3) Pittsburgh Foundation (5) Patricia D. and John A. Staley, IV (5) $25,000-$49,999 Anonymous Karen Dunn Kelley (5) Anne DeNardo McGowan, JD ’60 Palumbo Charitable Trust $10,000-$24,999 Helen Hanna Casey (5) Bruce I. Crocker Federated Investors Foundation, Inc. Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund (3) Helen R. Golob ’51 (5) Highmark Blue Cross/Blue Shield (5) Highmark Casualty Insurance Elsie H. Hillman Foundation (5) Barbara Capozzi Kirr ’60 (5) Janice Cygnarowicz Lisiak ’71 and Kenneth Lisiak (3) Mary J. Donnelly Foundation (5) Massey Charitable Trust Mildred Hensler Poole ’44 (3) Irene C. Shea

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Irene C. Shea Charitable Foundation (5) Sisters of Mercy of the Americas (3) Lisabeth Smolenski, MD ’72 (5) Regina D. Stover (5) Nancy L. Stuever ’73 (3) UPMC Benefit Management Services, Inc. UPMC Health Network UPMC Health Plan $5,000-$9,999 Aladdin Food Management Services Carol R. Brown (5) Richard Donley Thomas and Katherine Freyvogel (5) Jeanne Adamson Gleason ’60 (5) Thomas J. Hickey Highmark Charitable Award Program The Hillman Company (3) Mary E. Hines, PhD (5) * Barbara A. Keane ’52 (5) Frederick and Barbara Kraft ’83 (5) Ladies of Bethany (5) Daniel Lebish Diane Wassil Louvar ’59 (5) William M. Lowry Ronald and Susan Petnuch Ann Young Pontiere ’47 (5) George L. Pry (5) Jane Nash Purtill ’51 (5) Rockwell International Corporation (5) Rust Foundation (5) John G. Sheedy † Barbara E. Simpson ’69 (5) Carol Viner Smith ’66, ’67 (3) Barbara Kandera Wagner ’58 $2,500-$4,999 Alcoa Foundation (5) Joyce Bender (3) Kathleen W. Buechel (3) Henry M. and Dana A. Casale (5) Comdoc Inc. Judith M. Davenport, DMD (5)

Georgia Morello Decker ’68 (5) William J. Donahue Eaton Corporation (5) Margaret M. Fox, EdD ’62 (5) Giant Eagle, Inc. Highmark Gift Match Program (3) Judith A. Kooser, MD ’69 (5) Carladean DeNardo Kostelnik ’61 (5) Karen Merisko Little ’69 (5) Helen P. McDonough ’49 (5) Arlene Myers Morris ’74 (3) Marilyn and Walter Noll, PhD (3) PNC Financial Services Group Eric Ryan (5) Theresa A. Scotti (5) Mary Ann Sestili, PhD ’61 (5) Janice Shier, MD ’74 (3) Mary Kay Sogge ’75 (5) Sungard Higher Education James A. Wilkinson, JD $1,000-$2,499 Margaret Meis Armen, JD ’69 (5) BD Matching Gift Program (5) Bender Consulting Services (5) Patricia Kady Betts ’67 (5) Botanical Society (3) Rita McDonough Bren ’54 (5) Covelli Enterprises, Inc. Anita S. Dacal ’69 (5) * Candace Jaeger Decker ’70 (3) John Denny (3) Bonnie Vojtek DiCarlo ’64 (5) Jacqueline Dixon Joan Kavanagh Feeney ’59 Marianne Elizabeth Felice, MD ’66 (5) Mary Hoffman Fricker ’68 (5) Lois Brown Gaffney ’41 (5) Karen E. Galentine (3) * Nancy Lee Gillies ’69 (5) Margaret Urquhart Gilmartin ’56 Paula J. Hasbach Vera Oblak Hawkins ’55 (5) Nancy Buddeke Heath ’66 (5)

Elsie Hillman Estate of Dorothy Hance Holley Clare M. Hopkins, PhD (3) * Dorothy R. Hopkins Mary Lou Hrach ’65 (5) Dorothy A. Jackovic (5) Jewish Healthcare Foundation, Pittsburgh Augusta Hogan Kairys ’56 (5) Lynda Ruffo Katz, PhD ’63 (5) Edward J. Kavanagh Foundation Maureen Lally-Green, JD Joan Marie Latsko ’84, ’10 (5) Suzanne C. Laubach (5) Norma Jean LeClair ’66 (5) Kathleen McClain Lee ’55 (5) Deborah A. Lightfoot ’95 (5) Edward D. and Opal C. Loughney Foundation Katherine McDonough Madden ’55 Joanne Malenock, PhD ’59 (5) Margaret Mangan, JD ’70 (5) Maureen McBride ’75 (5) Frances McCormick ’68 (5) Doloris Bernardi McHugh ’57 (5) Penny Nikolich McKenna ’69 (5) Margaret Kremer McLaughlin Jeannine Coleman McShane ’50 (5) Tom R. Medd Heidi Hylton Meier, CPA ’77 (5) Renee Marie Menegaz, PhD ’49 (5) William H. Molloy (5) Martha Hartle Munsch, Esq. Mildred S. Myers, DA Carla J. Nastala ’86 Mary Nicolella ’57 (5) Janet Magaro Nock ’60 (5) Kathleen Pollock Panepinto ’66 (5) Elma Schmidt Patrick ’66 (5) Anne W. Rohrbach Megan Lee Sandell ’75 (5) Molly Rumberger Schwartz ’65 (5) Mary Ann Scialabba, PhD ’48 (5) Margaret Poropatic Seltzer ’69 (5) Elissa Medore Sichi ’59 (5) Anita Romano Stoy ’70 (5) Gerald John Stubenhofer, Jr.

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Mary Ann Surprenant ’56 (5) Janet Wells Thompson ’72, ’74 (5) Mary A. Tierney UPMC Cancer Centers and University of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute Susan Lear Uram ’98 (3) Barbara A. Urban ’58 (5) Nancy Reardon Vertuno ’65 (5) Jean Gannon Ward ’64 (5) Mary Chester Wasko Teresa Prendergast Weis ’56 (5) Lois M. Wholey ’45 (5) Linda Laneve Wickstrom ’64 (5) Winston-Salem Foundation (5) Marlene S. Winter, PhD ’59 (5) * Ellie Wymard, PhD ’58 (5) *

Ghassan Abu-Hamad Deborah Acklin (3) Marian B. Allen ’96 Colleen M. Andrews ’90, ’99 (3) David J. Arturo Sara Marie Baldi ’77 (5) Jean Christie Barnhart ’71 (5) Denise Morrissey Birsic ’83 (5) Ann Heger Blocksidge ’42 BNY Mellon Wealth Management (5) Annette Fedak Bonstedt ’62 (5) Jack L. Burley, Sr. Joseph Carcillo Elizabeth W. Cavanaugh † Donald Diffendal Frances Ranallo DiVella ’45 (3) Joseph V. and Karen M. DiVito (3) Della Welsh Dobranski ’73 (5) Mary Jane K. Dunlap ’50 (5) V. William Efthim Louise C. Eklund ’68 (5) Linda B. Ermi Fagan Sanitary Supply Petra Fallaux Susan Fishburn ’74 (5)

Richard B. Fisher Adrian Mangan Flink ’76 Crystel Gabrich, PhD (5) * William Joseph Gatti Gregory and Karen Gerlach, JD (5) Maureen Lacey Gleason ’54 (5) Roberta Grant Graham ’68 (5) Healey Family Foundation Holcim, Inc. Melissa Pearson Holzmann ’70 (5) Nancy Jones Hudak ’55 IBM International Foundation (5) Glen R. Johnson Anna Marie Kassab ’63 (5) Kevin P. Kearns, PhD (5) Marie Wolfe Kennedy ’49 (5) Brian Latell (5) Ann On Lee, JD ’72 (5) Linda R. Madden-Brenholts ’88 (5) * Susan Maher ’66 (3) Lois Anne Manley ’94 Sandra Lynn Marincic ’02 (3) Kathleen McAnallen ’74 Sharon Brower Merhar ’64 Eleanor Keener Midgley ’43 (5) Morgan Stanley Smith Barney Global Impact Funding Trust (3) Thelma Lovette Morris ’70 (5) Ruth Ann Nelson ’68 (5) Joan Atkins Neuwar ’58 (5) Jeananne Kerna Nicholls ’89, ’90 (5) Gertrude O’Brien ’70 (5) † Rose Marie O’Connor ’58 (5) Monica Fallon O’Keefe ’69 (5) Sandra M. Olenick ’65 (5) Dee Jay Oshry Dorothy Shall Palmieri ’60 Sandra Horney Petrosky ’65 (5) Philips Matching Program (5) PPG Industries Foundation (5) Charles J. Queenan, Esq. Linda C. Root ’97 (5) * Sheila G. Roth, PhD (5) * Mary C. Rothenberger, EdD (5) *

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† DECEASED * FACULTY/STAFF (3) THREE CONSECUTIVE YEARS OF GIVING (5) FIVE OR MORE CONSECUTIVE YEARS OF GIVING

$500-$999

Maureen Langan Royer ’67 (5) Mary Ann Scheib ’73 (5) Sally A. Seubert ’58 (5) Karen Kinkelaar Siarkowski ’70 Janet DiPasquale Simon, PhD ’67 (5) Angela Laubach Slocum ’58 (5) George B. Smeltzer, Jr. Stella L. Smetanka, JD ’70 (5) Gerri Sperling Karyn Z. Sproles, PhD * Judith Conley Stafford ’68 (5) Lorene Steffes Iris Suess ’56 (5) Luitgarde Dupre Sujansky ’58 (5) Frances Walko Taylor ’69 Hector T. Torres * Marie Limetti Uchic ’63 (5) Frances J. Urban ’61 (5) Christine Aikens Wolfe ’70, ’99 (5) Helen Girdis Zappa ’54 (5) $250-$499 Abbott Laboratories Fund John W. Alverson, PhD (5) * Judith Flanigan Babcock ’77 (3) David M. and Andrea Badway Michael E. Balmert, PhD (3) * Bank America Mary Anne Basilone, CPA ’03, ’06 Lorraine Baysek, JD ’71 Alice Beard ’65 (5) Mary Kealy Bednarz ’67 (5) Anne M. Bettinger ’66 (5) Carole Prokay Betzner ’65 (5) Susan Stone Bingley ’70 (5) Judy Popp Bruderly ’71 (3) David Steele Buck Anne Mullin Burnham Anne M. Candreva (3) * Maureen Casey-Neems ’78 (3) Diane M. Castman ’83, ’03, ’08 (5) Christy Presbyterian Church Roberta Mastro Cleland ’73 (3)


Mary Sauer Cole ’64 (3) Leah Meyers Cooper ’60 (5) Pamela Elaine Coudriet ’06 Maureen Crossen, PhD ’79 (3) * Margaret M. Dacoros ’62 (5) Dorothy A. Davis, JD ’78 (5) James Davis Amelia McClain deChicchis ’79 Christina Dibling ’70 (5) Dollar Bank Dorylee R. Domínguez ’67 Louanna Marie Donajkowski Eileen Smith Dorman ’54 (3) Craig Douglass Liz Canterna Douglass ’67 (5) Mary Isabelle Duff ’43 (5) Mary C. Dunn ’91 Catherine Bangiola Feenstra ’69 (5) Marylouise Fennell, RSM, EdD (5) FISA Foundation Barbara Mihacs Fischi ’62 (5) Frances Hvizdos Foley ’52 (5) Lois Reid Folino ’78 (5) Virginia Schaffer Frank ’55 (5) Patricia Fritz ’90, ’91 (5) Peter Gailliot Rosemary Voigt Gaines ’60 (5) Angela Rushnit Garofoli ’47 (3) Karen Reiber Gethen ’69 (5) Mimi Horrell Giroux ’57 (5) Julia M. Glencer, Esq.’93 Betsy Egan Goodman ’66 (5) Jeanne Dvorsky Grabowski ’70 (5) Barbara Peitz Guger ’65 (5) Norma Reisinger Guttman ’55 (5) Winifred Gladden Haddad ’69 Janette Marie Hanchak ’91, ’06, ’08 Eileen D. Hauris ’51 (5) Carol Arch Hauser ’72 (5) Marie Cicone Heinle ’56 (5) Henry L. Hillman Carol Hren Hoare, EdD ’62 (5) Virginia Zewe Holten, PhD ’60 (3) Karen A. Hough ’92, ’93, ’96 (3)

Nancy Ann Houser ’62 (5) Lynn Hurley ’68 (5) Carol Lyne Husa ’94 (3) Intel Foundation Matching Gifts (5) Judith Scheffner Jones ’71 (5) Maureen Hauf Kane ’57 (5) Patricia Keegan ’50 (5) Kathleen Fay Keenan ’62 (5) Paula Peitz Kenny ’61 Rosemary Weber Kindelan ’46 (5) Patricia Anthony Kirkham ’63 (5) Mary Rita Kislan ’69 (5) Judith Davies Klingensmith ’63 (5) Margaret M. Knapp ’71 (5) Paula Wirfel Knicely ’93, ’07 (3) Denise Erdman Koch-Cole ’66 (5) Susan M. Koff ’78 (5) Shirley Miller Koper ’58 (5) Christianna Kreiss Alice Leban Lipscomb ’46 (5) Marilyn J. Llewellyn ’73 (5) * Patricia Cyphers Long ’52 (5) Louise Manzione Lunny ’60 (5) MacLachlan, Cornelius and Filoni Michael L. Madden ’01 Marjorie Cooney Marcott ’71 Market Place Direct Joseph A. Massaro, Jr. Andrea Mastro, PhD ’66 Jane Warnement McAdow ’70 (5) Marianne McClain ’05 John R. McGinley, Jr., Esq. (5) Joan Dougherty McKeegan ’53 (5) Linda Snyder Mikita ’64 Inez Miles (3) Genevieve Godish Minni ’62 (5) Motorized Assisted Deliveries, Inc. Patricia Mullaney ’44 (5) Marjorie Schweizer Murphy ’73 (3) Georgia Lundberg Navaretta ’63 (5) Maureen O’Brien Mary Ward Pantalone ’44 (5) Suzanne Jane Paone ’85 Margaret Gabis Parker ’75

David B. Parlour Pocket Nurse Rosanne Reilly Poden ’58 (5) Eleanor Clark Quigley ’75 (3) Priscilla Priscilla Regney ’56 (5) George F. Rembold (5) Margaret DiNardo Riesmeyer ’71 Mary Lou Rife, PhD ’68 (3) Allen Robinson Sara M. Rooney ’42 (5) Mary P. Sapienza ’97 Ann Marie Schneider ’71,’72 (3) Roberta L. Schomburg, PhD (5) * Louise Cavanaugh Sciannameo (5) * Judith Scott ’67 (5) Christina Shorall, EdD (5) * Yvonne Holsinger Silverberg ’62 (5) Sisters of Mercy Bernadette Burger Skoczylas ’69 (5) George S. Sliman (5) * Karen Sue Smith Gail L. Smith ’95,’00 (5) Marie Kuehn Sniegocki ’57 (5) Kae Coughlin Spark ’56 (5) Spectroscopy Society of Pittsburgh (5) Carol Macus Strange ’63 (5) Jacqueline McArdle Stromple ’60 (5) Paulette J. Studdert ’79 (5) Regina Kereszturi Sullivan ’68 (5) The Honorable Stephanie Domitrovich Susmarski, JD ’76 (3) Jo Ellen Temple-Baur ’72 Gregory A. Tobias (5) Irene T. Toma ’93 (5) Kathleen M. Totten ’92 (5) Kathleen Boal Trainor ’60 (5) Judith Parise Urban ’86 (3) Margaret Toomey Urzua ’62 Martha A. Valo ’60 Mary Hudson Vari ’64 (5) Josephine Polvino Vellutato ’59 Verizon Foundation (5) Wagner Trucking Marshal Wallace

† DECEASED * FACULTY/STAFF (3) THREE CONSECUTIVE YEARS OF GIVING (5) FIVE OR MORE CONSECUTIVE YEARS OF GIVING

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Martin Wallace Nancy M. Wallace ’62 (5) Carole Ruch Watkins ’56 (5) The Estate of Mary Louise Weber Betty Friedel Weiland ’42 (5) Angela Dase Westmeyer ’71 Shirley Liszka Whitaker ’69 (5) Lois A. Wholey Heather A. Wilson * Patricia Horgan Wolkenberg ’67,’68 (5) Mary Ann Yurkovich ’65 Nancy Picciano Zimmerman, PhD ’73 (3)

Deborah A. Alexander ’03, ’08 Patricia Webber Althardt ’75 (3) Suzanne R. Ament ’94 (3) * Ursula Meisner Anderson ’66 Susan M. Antol ’75 Linda Argote Elaine DiFrango Ashton ’68 (5) Beth Deanne Augustine ’89 Mary Ann Augustyn ’70 Autumn House Press Theresa Marraway Avick ’71 Alice Mossman Bachman ’85 (5) Dorothy Lukas Bacon ’65 Mel Bagley Auto Service Carolyn Ann Baird ’87 (3) Karen M. Baker Kathleen Baker ’70 (5) Rebecca Baker ’95 Paul V. Baldi (3) Dorothy Lawless Ballotta ’59 (5) Lorraine Sorrentino Bauer ’69 (5) Deborah Gowetski Baustert ’98 Mary Shivy Bell ’72 (5) Patti L. Bell Mary Diulus Bellisario ’49 Vaneeda Vaneeda Bennett ’81 (5) Judith McClain Bergiel ’67 (5) Betsy Bergman ’64 (5) Kathleen K. Berry ’69 (3)

Lisa L. Berta * Rebecca Mullaney Bertoni ’74 (5) Joanne Beitler Beyer ’61 Rebecca Bennett Biddle ’86, ’98 (5) Mary Ann Bober ’54 (5) Geraldine Rosella Boccella ’58 Alice Ann Boehm ’56 Judith McGonigal Bolsinger ’72 (3) Christine A. Boodley, PhD ’73 Lynne Sandmeyer Bootay ’71 (5) Rosemary Muehl Boyle ’37 † Patricia Reavey Bracken ’68 Judith Venglarik Braun, PhD ’75 Marsha Taylor Braunlich ’68 Marjorie Mullen Brennan ’68 Nancy O. Brenza ’65 (5) Barbara R. Brindle, PhD ’75 (3) Barbara Schweikert Brooks ’06 (5) Jan Czekaj Brooks ’79 (3) Jacqueline Henle Brown, PhD ’62 Linda Zarecky Brown ’73 (5) Nancy T. Brown ’56 (5) Geraldine Pszolkowski Browning ’75 (3) Dorothy Holden Bruecken ’50 (5) Rosemary Pollock Bufalini ’59 (5) Anne Reavey Bull ’66 (5) David A. Bunis Ilene S. Bunis Maureen Francis Burns Magdeline Pogozelec Busse ’62 Milton L. Butts * Joanne Blasko Byrnes ’69 (5) Jacquelyn Stone Cain ’68 (5) Carol Zak Campion ’67 (5) Tracy L. Cannon ’04 (5) Margaret Ann Cannon ’66 Mary Rowan Capenos, PhD ’48 (5) Mary Ann Capo ’52 (5) Laurie Capozza Michael S. Capp, PhD * Cyndie Carioli ’09 (3) Sheila A. Carney, RSM ’67 (5) * Jeanne Fitzgerald Cayo ’62 (5) Jo Lane Brant Cecconi ’62 (3)

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† DECEASED * FACULTY/STAFF (3) THREE CONSECUTIVE YEARS OF GIVING (5) FIVE OR MORE CONSECUTIVE YEARS OF GIVING

$100-$249

Mary Rively Childs ’72 Kathleen A. Chrisman, PhD (5) * Stephanie Joan Christy ’05 Ruth Churley-Strom ’73 Wanda Phillips Cianfichi ’60 (5) Judith M. Cichowicz (5) * Robert Cindrich Catherine Cunningham Clark, DO ’92 Mary B. Clydesdale ’58 (5) Sheryl Coates ’67 (5) Gretchen Doerr Cohen ’69 Diana M. Colaianni ’69 (3) Marilyn Coleman Pamela Coleman ’68 Eileen Colianni ’64 Barbara Greene Collier ’69 (5) Margaret McGinley Conley ’36 (5) Marilyn Goscewski Connaughton ’65 (5) Barbara A. Conniff ’71, ’72 Barbara Ann Connolly ’69 (3) Margaret Hogan Connolly ’71 (5) Bernadette C. Conrad ’48 (5) Judith Contrucci ’66 Karen Cook ’81 Mary Lou H. Corcoran ’50 (5) Winifred Anne Corr ’87 Mary Carol Cotruzzola ’63 Marlene Malley Coyne, JD ’71 Rose M. Crane ’89 Donna Lee Crawford ’88 Georgina E. Crichlow ’91 Catherine Reavey Cron ’63 (3) Frances Hanley Cummings ’67 Yolanda F. Cypher ’74 (5) Marla Dahlmann Evelyn W. Daley Regina Wojciechowski Danek ’61 (5) Barbara Surmick Daniels ’65 I.Celeste D’Antonio William D. Dawson, III William DeBernardi (5) * Helen Novasky Decher ’66 Judith Ross Deelo ’69 Cindy Pringle DeFilippo ’71


Judith McGuire DiNardo, CPA ’70 (5) Marilyn E. Diorio Katherine Dzuricky Ditrich ’73 Jennifer B. Dittrich * Loretta DiVecchia ’70 (5) Martha Scarano Dolfi ’69 Dominion Foundation (5) Linda D. Donovan ’99 Elizabeth K. Douglas ’68 (5) Mary Kerns Dubendorfer ’71 (5) Charma Dorea Dudley, PhD ’80 (5) Martha A. Duncan ’88 (5) Joan Horan Durand ’55 (3) † Kathleen Howell Early ’77 (5) Andrea H. Earnest ’04 Rose A. Eckenrod ’02, ’09 (5) Lois Kuntz Eckert ’53 (5) Ruth B. Edquist Ellen Darcher Ehlers ’71 (5) Kirsty J. Eisenhart ’87 Nancy A. Ely ’97, ’01 (5) Jan Alpert Engelberg ’71 (3) Danielle Bonura Engelhaupt ’99 Mary Duffy Epifanio ’68 Susan Dowd Erdeljac ’73 (5) Judith Brandt Erick ’75 Esken Landscaping Exxon Mobil Foundation (5) Susan E. Fahy ’89 Gertrude Geneske Farrell ’56 Christine Strapac Favero ’62 Marian K. Fedak ’00 Dorothy Fedorka-Scuccimarra, PhD ’69 Jacqueline Taylor Feeley ’59 Morris Feldman Rita M. Fey (3) Teresa M. Findlay ’66 (3) Judith Minto Fiset ’65 (5) Cynthia Ann Fisher ’04 (5) Mary Ellen FitzGerald-Collins ’63 (5) Catherine Flaherty ’73 (3) Frieda Raschiatore Flaminio ’66 Donna Lengel Flynn ’69, ’70 Cheryl Poropatich Fogarty ’72 (3)

Diana Forgy Formed Fiberglass Company, Inc. Marcia Meyer Frack ’60 (5) Joyce Francis ’69 (5) Kathryn Novotny Franko ’45 (5) Mary Teresa Frenchik ’74 (3) Annette Bartolo Frese ’62 (5) Christina McShane Friday ’55 (5) Nancy Fuhrer ’92 Rosemarie Furnari ’66 (3) Audrey Turlick Fusco ’51 (5) Susan Kraft Fussell Willaim Gainer David L. Gallaher, Jr. (5) * Jacqueline Gallik ’63 (5) Kathryn Gardner, EdD ’64 Bernadette Trach Garrison ’79 (3) Bettylee Weisburg Garver ’47 (5) GE Foundation Gloria Wilson Geisler ’54 (5) Lois Ann Gezo ’75 (5) Donna Daly Gill ’69 (3) Clare Arch Gillis ’67 (5) Marianne Thomas Gilson ’80 (5) Eleanor Ann Gladden ’62 (3) Evelyn K. Glass ’86 (5) Marcia Marilyn Glass ’86 (5) Elizabeth Strock Glies ’56 (5) Karen Marie Goldbach (5) * Teresa Kochmar Goodwin ’67 Janet Lee Gorda ’76 (5) Ruth Ann Modzelewski Gorry, PhD ’85 Claudette Falkenhan Gray ’66 Charles Green Elizabeth Foster Gresh ’60 Karen Karen Griffith-Szewczyk ’77 Ramona Cyrus Grigsby ’68 (5) Roberta Costlow Grotstein ’67 (5) Sharon Callahan Grzanka ’71 (5) Rita Ising Hafferly ’69 Ruth L. Hall ’86 Hannah M. Hamilton ’88 The Hanna Family (3) Dorothy Gloekler Hannon ’52

Susan Boruch Hanye ’69 (5) Rosemary Held Hare ’55 Karalee Hart Phyllis Connors Hartt ’57 Lois Swartzfisher Hatten ’56 (5) Marian Englert Hatton ’55 (5) Carol A. Haverkamp ’60 Mary Joy Haywood, RSM, PhD ’60 Samuel Hazo (3) Sharon Kay Headley ’99 Martin J. Heath Wilma D. Heflin ’77 (3) Julie A. Hester ’94 Mary Paul Hickey, RSM, PhD ’51 (5) Margaret Pollak Hill ’69 (5) Darlene Malone Hills ’84 (5) Cynthia Randel Hobbs ’01 Frederick A. Hoerster (5) Lorraine Myers Holliday ’73 (5) Jane Apyar Hopson ’68, ’69 (5) Molly Dennison Houghton ’74 (5) Marie K. Hredzak ’51 (5) Dale Huffman * Joann Lubic Hughes ’56 (5) Lilia Comer Huguley ’84 (3) Karen Ward Humphrey ’74 (5) Michelle L. Hutterer ’07 Laura Mullaney Immormino ’76 (5) Nancy Yunker Isler ’55 (5) Cecelia Marie Jedlicka ’05 Mary Beth Jenkins Mary Ellen Jenkins ’71 (5) Livingstone M. Johnson Nancy Sorokis Johnson ’60 (5) Mary Ann Jones ’58 (5) Mary Elizabeth Jones ’54 Judy Howsare Jordan ’65 Patrick M., EdD and Rita Joyce, JD (5) Beth A. Kairush, CPA ’90 Mary Quinn Kambic ’68 (5) Mary Louise Kamerer ’70 (5) Maureen Weldon Kamons, OD ’85 (5) Phyllis Data Kane ’63 (5) Audette Cushman Karan ’61

† DECEASED * FACULTY/STAFF (3) THREE CONSECUTIVE YEARS OF GIVING (5) FIVE OR MORE CONSECUTIVE YEARS OF GIVING

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“My sincere gratitude for your wonderful blessing of $1,170.00 from the Sisters of Mercy Endowed Scholarship Fund ... It would have been impossible for me to return to school next semester without your generous gift. I am a 59-year-old widow, unemployed, and a single parent of a 29-year-old who has autism ... My prayer is that I will be able to return to Carlow as an alumna and generously give back in return for all that has been given to me.”

Charlene A. Hester

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Terena Zalewski Karr ’59 Elizabeth Keefe Barbara Kekich, JD ’69 Rosemary Kennelly Kelly ’40 Tyler A. Kelsch * Marita O. Kenna, MD ’45 (5) Karen Fischer Kennedy ’76 (5) Patricia M. Kern ’91 (5) Patricia Schreiner Kerner ’61 (3) Misty Kevech ’02 (3) Catherine Rudy Kiefer Mary M. Kieler ’95 (5) Dan Kim Teresa Vento Kimmel ’54 (5) Keith C. Kirchartz ’76 (3) Paul T. Kirsch * Yvonne MacDonald Kirscht ’58 (5) Joan Severin Klems ’62 (5) Elizabeth Evins Kline ’83 Judy Hanratty Koehn ’65 Lucille M. Koors ’71 (5) Ann Curry Koster ’59 (5) Paul Kostyak Sara Mercurio Kowal ’76 (5) Patricia Wissner Kowalok ’52 Joan G. Kraft ’51 (5) Marie Plesha Kraig ’65 (5) Susan K. Kral ’70 (5) Nadine Lynn Kramer ’00 Mildred Bauman Krnacik ’57 Mary Manley Krull ’70 (3) Theresa Kuhlmann ’70 Elisa A. Kukielski ’71 (3) Ashley Elizabeth Kunkle ’11* Julia L. Kunkle Jane McIntyre Kwasniewski ’79 (5) Susan C. Kyle Mary Gloninger Lahoda ’74 John M. Lally, CPA Dorothy Kaiser Lamb ’38 (5) Carole Wilson Lambert, PhD ’67 Joanne Burke Lee ’49 (5) Sandra Schweibinz Leggett ’64 (5) Nancy E. Lemieux ’77 (5)

Lennon Smith Souleret Engineering, Inc. Mary Agnes Leschak ’64 Jeanne Daugherty Lese ’61 Jeffrey W. Letwin Carey Lynn Libertini ’01 * Irene A. Lietz (5) * Dolores Lasky Lindblom ’62 (5) Charlene Weekly Lindsey ’69 (5) Mary Elaine Linkhauer ’63 Paul L. Liszewski ’95 (3) Amy Nicely Lloyd ’09 (5) * Dolores Domasco Lopushansky ’64 (5) Marlene Lotzmann ’76 Allyson M. Lowe * Janet Williams Luczak ’77 Maria Liang Ludmer, MD ’67 Patricia Marco Luisi ’68 (5) Carrol Gagliardi Lund ’66 (3) Mary Lane J. MacVay ’62 LaVerne Vaughan Madancy ’52 Margaret Murphy Magill ’54 (5) Patrice Flaherty Mahon ’56 Melicent J. Malchenson ’75 (5) Mark L. Mallon Jill M. Malobicky ’00 Lupe Saavedra Mangan ’85 (5) Martha Danko Marcell ’61 (5) George B. Marino Vivian Vecchi Marino ’67, ’68 (5) Patricia Spohn Martano ’62 (5) Wendy Chase Martielli ’93 (5) Marcia Martin Karen Whigham Massa ’81 (3) Mary Ann P. Mastroianni ’59 (3) Diane A. Matthews (5) * Susan Gaydos Mayer ’75 Margaret Minzak Mayes ’64 Bernadette Cadena Mazza ’56 Penny Vent McAndrew ’61 (5) James McCague Iris Kraft McClenahan ’61 (5) Yetivemarie K. McComas ’86 (5) Joanne Battaglia McDaniel ’69 Rita K. McElhinny ’69

† DECEASED * FACULTY/STAFF (3) THREE CONSECUTIVE YEARS OF GIVING (5) FIVE OR MORE CONSECUTIVE YEARS OF GIVING


Alice Gase McGough ’57 Roseanne McGrady ’70 (5) Amy B. McGrath ’98 Eleanor Werner McKenzie ’65 McKesson Foundation Inc. (5) Robert McNulty Angela Valitutti McVeagh ’51 (5) David E. Meade Judith Visyak Merzi ’65 Donna Johnston Metz ’88 Christine D. Meyer, PhD ’80 (5) Rita Kay Meyer ’65 Dina Chung Miki, MD ’66 Mary Ann Miller ’71 (5) Patricia Cullinan Miller ’70 (3) Miller Mats Mills-Price Associates Jane A. Milner ’93 J. Alan Minteer Mary Anne Molinari ’66 Mary Molyneaux Virginia Martin Monaghan ’74 Margaret Anne Monahan ’76 (5) Abigail Foley Moore ’56 (5) Joan Halloran Moore ’60 (5) Constance Winski Morrissey ’57 Kathleen Phillips Morus ’76 Phyllis Nelson Mrosco ’86 Richard Mullens Mary Pat Mulligan ’57 (5) Elizabeth Mulvaney * Elizabeth Holtz Murphy, EdD ’71 (5) Sandra L. Murray ’67 (3) Grace J. Mushrush, MD ’57 (3) Noreen Graf Nalitz ’71 Janice G. Nash (5) * Marjorie Kraft Neubert ’47 (5) Cynthia M. Nicola, EdD ’78 (3) Marilyn Smith Noll Liane Norman Anne Dorsey Novak ’45 (5) Stephanie Barbiero Novak ’64 (5) Virginia Hague Nowak ’61 Kathleen A. O’Connell ’71 (5)

Barbara King O’Connor ’66 Edward G. O’Connor Mary A. O’Connor, PhD ’75 James F. O’Keefe, MD Kathleen Marie O’Keefe ’06 Carol Drechsler Oliva ’64 (5) Susan L. O’Rourke (5) * Audia Marie Otto ’71 (5) Linda Hesen Owens ’71 (5) Diana R. Paladino (5) Kimberly Paletta ’80 (5) Agnes Siler Pasky ’60 (5) Mary Ann Pastorek ’73 (3) Julianne Braun Patterson ’48 (5) Marguerite Patton ’74 Anna Mae Sebulak Patz ’60 (5) Wennette West Pegues ’58 Eileen Harry Peifer ’44, ’45 (5) Penn Automotive Cornelia Regetz Pepoy ’62 (5) Elizabeth B. Perry Joan Schultz Peskin ’81 Eleanor McFadden Peternel ’56 (5) Mary Catherine Peters ’92 Karen Ann Petrucelli * Karen Havey Petruny ’72 (5) Jean T. Petruska ’89 (5) Kristan A. Phillips ’88, ’89 Esme O. Pitard ’68 Beatrice Gazzola Pitassi ’65 Bernadette McGinley Plantes ’44 Barbara A. Plucienik ’71 (5) Inez M. Plunkett ’46 Veronica Furka Pollus ’77 Jacqueline B. Poloka ’91, ’01 (5) Patricia Riesmeyer Pope ’69 (5) Kathleen Haney Price ’56 (5) Caterina Ferrarelli Provost ’59 (5) Kim Dutrow Purvis ’81 Kathleen M. Rachuba ’73 (5) Nancy J. Radonovich ’79 Norval D. Reece Charlotte M. Reed, PhD ’69 (5) Elizabeth Hvizdos Reed ’61 (3)

Robert A. Reed (5) * Theresa Vella Reese ’95 Mary Georgia Rezsutek ’62 (5) Dorothy O. Richardson ’69 Melanie K. Riedl Patricia Fitzgerald Riehl ’60 Judith McKnight Riesch ’68 (5) Patricia Hurney Rigos ’76 Marie D. Ritchey ’47 (5) Suellen Hang Rizvi ’70 (5) Joseph M. Roberts * Judith A. Robertson ’62 Ann Baldi Rock ’82 Kelly Michelle Rock ’10 Joanne Rogers Toni Roman ’67 Mary Ann Rondinelli ’96, ’00 Rose, Chintz and Rose Elizabeth Colfer Rottschaefer ’65 (5) Mary B. Royster ’91, ’92 (5) Cassandra Greco Ruane ’65 (3) Monica Scanlon Rumsey ’66 Lila Ammeen Russo ’66, ’67 (5) Priscilla Cherry Ryan ’60 Doris L. Salis, PhD ’62 (5) Susan Salis ’69 Sally Ann Salmastlian ’67 Susan J. Sanford ’87, ’88 Santa Barbara Foundation Mary Elizabeth Sassano, JD ’72 James E. Saunders ’08 Barbara Sawyer ’63 (5) Kathleen Ewing Sawyer ’68 Emma Lou Sayers ’45 Karen Cameron Scanlon ’66 Grace Ammannito Scarsellato ’55 (5) Anna Marie Schaefer ’59 Mary Galbraith Schall ’77 Frank Schellhammer ’00 Paula Scherer ’81 Bridget M. Schessler ’01 Linda Schifino (3) * Bonnie E. Schuster ’70 Harriet L. Schwartz, PhD *

† DECEASED * FACULTY/STAFF (3) THREE CONSECUTIVE YEARS OF GIVING (5) FIVE OR MORE CONSECUTIVE YEARS OF GIVING

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Odilia M. Scier Karen Seehausen ’70 William E. Seeman * Mary Pat Sembroski ’72 (5) Mary Ann Sevick Ruth Groome Shannon ’05 (5) Audrey Malone Sheehan ’60 (5) Heena S. Sheth Beatrice F. Shields Virginia Tierney Short ’46 (5) Susan Stuart Shutter ’06 * Sherry F. Simmons ’93, ’97 (5) Mary Beth Sklar ’83 (5) Patricia Dawes Slosar ’70 Tracey Smart, DO ’92 (3) Catherine Wright Smith ’53 (5) Kate Dunn Smith ’60 Leslie Monica Smith ’90 (5) Rosemary Hanley Smith ’60 (5) Sandra J. Smith ’66 Marjorie Smuts William M. Sonnett (5) Barbara Ann Speaker ’49 (5) Karen Spellman ’84 (5) Valerie D. Spence ’02 Frank E. and Margaret Anne Spindler ’52 Mary Ann Spitale ’73 Cecile Springer Lisa R. Sproul-Hoverman ’01 Christine Tracz Stadther ’74 Kimberley Toomey Staley ’84 (3) Elizabeth Claire Standley ’08 Kathryn W. Stanton ’03, ’04, ’09 Vincent P. Stanton Stivers Staffing Services Elizabeth Arwen Straud Katherine Ashton Strelecky ’56 Audrey Schulter Studley ’69 Jessica Lucille Sturkie-Lorenz ’02 Janice Sudak ’80 (5) Margaret Tanghe Suess ’69 (5) Carol Cunningham Sweeney ’58 (5) Eleanor Szemborski ’59 (5) Evan M. Tachoir *

Dawn E. Tavana ’91, ’92 (5) Antoinette Pugliese Taylor ’68 Darby M. Teahan ’95 John E. Thomas Harry A. Thompson Nancy Kane Thompson ’60 (5) Virginia Judson Thornburgh Joann Tiberio ’69 (5) Doris Benzenhoefer Tobin, MD ’50 (3) Elizabeth Brewer Tomayko ’77 (5) Irene Ryan Traugut ’60 (5) Jill M. Tress * Lucille Trettel ’66 (5) Janice M. Trifaro ’69 (5) Margaret A. Troha ’69 (5) Leslie Trozzi ’68 (3) Valerie Karvey Tucci ’60 (3) Turner Dairy Farms Wendy Lloyd Tymoczko ’90, ’94, ’98 (3) U. S. Bancorp Foundation (5) Michele J. Upvall, PhD * Laure J. Valentine ’88 (5) Catherine A. Vella ’95 (5) Donna Gary Vereb ’84 Veterinary Management, LLC Kathryn Margaret Vreeland Karen Petrillo Vukich ’72 (3) Coleen Vuono ’03 Mary Ellinwood Wadsworth ’80 (5) Betty Ann Wagner Karen Keating Wagner, JD ’58 (5) Linda Carol Wagner ’96 * Elisabeth Fehl Wallace, JD ’69 (5) Adrienne C. Walls ’80 Doris Schmidt Walsh ’56 (5) Margaret Crowley Walsh ’83 (5) Cheryl Brabender Walter ’72 (5) Carol Kryzan Ward ’66 (5) Patricia Ann Ward ’72 Susanne Watson, RSM ’62 (3) Mary Claire Weaver ’58 (5) † Tecla Kern Webber ’67 (5) Joanne Haines Weber ’79 (3) Rose I. Weber ’96 (3)

Janet Margaret Wehner ’68 (3) Mary Louise Weisser ’69, ’70 Geraldine Seth Welden ’53 (5) Dorothy Mary Weldon ’59 (5) Dana Marie Wentroble ’01 Susan Boyle Werner ’62 Ernest A. Westwood Patricia Falvo Whipkey ’68 Patricia Truex White ’71 (5) George R. Whitmer James B. Wholey Leonard Wholey Matthew J. Wholey Robert Leo Wholey Wholey Petroleum, LLC Jo Ann Williams ’58 Karen Marino Williams ’69 (5) Helen Wilson ’71 Leslie Kirkpatrick Wirtz ’93 (5) Sharon K. Wirtz Joan Zolkoski Witt, DDS ’80 Lorraine Mary Wolfe ’84 (5) Lee Woodruff Wood ’68, ’69 Philomina Capano Woodside ’58 (5) Rose M. Woolley * Kathryn Wyda Kimberly A. and Joseph A. Wyse ’99 (3) Marlene Wasylik Yospyn ’62 (5) Micaela Young ’68 (5) Mary Ellen Yourish Priselac ’94, ’08 Michael G. Zamagias Interests, Ltd. Janet Orris Zamule Nancy Kobialka Zavac ’74 Joseph M. Zazzaro, Sr. Janis P. Zentner ’94 (5) Susan Tullius Ziders ’81 (5) Renita Ann Zumbo ’87

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UNDER $100 Mary L. Abbott Janice K. Abrams * Anthony W. Accamando, Jr. Rose Marie Adams ’69


Elaine Maria Aggazio ’92 (3) Anna Valvo Albrecht ’07 Mary Rosaria Aleo ’01 Barbara Wehrle Alexander ’63 Carrie J. Allen ’99 Mary Lynn Alpino ’86 (5) Jeffrey Joseph Alvarez, Jr. ’08 Martha Bodnar Anderson ’67 (5) Sally Marie Anderson ’76 Viola DiMartino Andrascik ’49 Barbara Wolfe Andrews ’58 Anonymous Donor Janet Orange Aradine ’01 (5) Sandra Fabbozzi Arjona ’69 (5) Mary Alice Armour ’97 (5) Kelly Rae Arroyo ’05 Mary Flaherty Artuso ’64 (5) Cheryl Ann Arvay ’77 Dorice Pulte Ashe Kerry E. Ayres Sandra Mentzer Babula ’73 Sandra Jurksaitis Babyak ’75 (5) Sarah Bachner ’63 Cynthia D. Bajack ’84 Margaret Kurdila Baker ’64 Virginia Baker, RSM ’54 Jean Similo Baldwin ’61 Kathleen Clancy Ballein ’75 Barbara Ann Balog, CSJ ’70 (5) Laura A. Baranowski ’05 Rosemary Novotny Barbacci, PhD ’59 Diane Barnes ’93 Nora Nicklas Barrett ’64 Cynthia Bittner Barron ’81 (5) Marian Patricia Barron ’89 (5) Tera Beth Bartolomucci ’05 Marie Bartorona ’64 Eileen Cahill Bates ’51 (5) Donna Thornburg Bauer ’74 (3) Kathleen S. Bauer ’92, ’93 (5) Mary Hare Baumgart ’94 (3) Frederick L. Bayles, Jr. Anita L. Beacon ’88 Nancy Flaherty Beck ’67 (5)

Julie Meyer Beckenbaugh ’95 Loretta Becker-Uhlmann ’79 (3) Alexa Ann Beckwith ’08 Margaret Skalski Begley ’68 (5) Judith Cario Belfoure ’67 Suranah Simone Bell ’09 Dianne M. Bellisario ’73 Joan Bellisario Diane Marie Benedict ’98 Mary Grace Bente ’80 Constance Abrashoff Bentzen Richard F. Berdik Bona L. Berg Carla R. Bergamasco ’94, ’04 Jean A. Berkeley * Alice Reynolds Berlinski ’65 (3) Gloria Gallagher Berry ’53 (5) Lisa Marie Bertocchi ’99, ’00 (5) Barbara Tobin Bettwy ’64 Kathleen Bistransin-Young ’03 Kathleen Marie Blandford ’64 Lawna R. Blankenship ’97, ’05 (5) Dianne E. Bloss ’68 (3) Boeing Gift Matching Program (3) Stephanie S. Boes ’93 Kathleen Caprara Bogacki ’05 (5) Mary Jo Bogus Tabitha J. Bolter ’01 Bridget Borelli Shauneen Bossidy Jonette R. Bost Mary Louise Bost, DrPH (5) * Terri L. Bostard ’84 (5) Yvonne L. Botzer ’53 (5) Linda E. Boyle George Bozek Lois Neus Bozzo ’50 (5) Patriciann Furnari Brady ’66 Sue Ellen Brajdic ’04 Laurette Lynn Brandt ’93 (3) Gretchen Clements Breault ’64 (3) Marjorie Brehl ’61 Carol Horne Breitenbach ’84 Maureen Rooney Brentrup ’71

Janice Brezinski ’99, ’00 Catherine T. Briddes ’83 (3) Colleen M. Briner ’99 Christine Broadfield ’90 (5) Brodersen Instrument Company, Inc. Janet Brounce Faye L. Brown ’96, ’00 Kristin N. Brown ’08 (3) Lisa Sable Brown, EdD ’50 Rosalyn Brown ’75 Anne Browne Veronica Wrona Bryan ’89 Edwin Bayley Buchanan Florence L. Bucholtz * Maureen Buffington (5) Virginia Kuhn Bukata ’68 Stephanie Simpson Bunson ’67 (5) Mary Schultenover Burke ’60 Susan Spaulding Burke ’97 (3) Barbara Pannell Burley ’72 Jenna L. Burns Barbara A. Burns-Briggs Senta Maria Burton ’01 Concetta Butto ’63 Deirdre M. Byers Patricia Portman Cain ’54 Rita Bialek Caldwell ’54 Carol L. Caliendo (5) * Kathleen A. Callihan ’93 (5) Donna Lynn Calloway ’01 Edward Calmeyn Debra E. Campbell * Nancy Ferrainolo Campbell ’72 Mary Ellen W. Campo ’64 Mary A. Capp ’90, ’96 (5) Anna Mulvaney Capriotti ’68 (5) Loretta Jardas Carroll ’45 Rosemary Carroll, JD ’72 (5) William H. Carson Ann Garrett Caruso ’68 (5) Ana Maria Cases, RSM ’62 Mary Ann Cashdollar ’90, ’91 Mary DiLucente Cassinelli ’49 Maureen Devlin Cato ’64 (5)

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Cecelia Casaldi Cavanaugh ’64 (5) Patricia Cerutti ’68 Annie Hanna Cestra Rabih Chaer Kostadena Chaliotis ’09 Mary Grace Ruffing Charron ’53 (5) Mary Chernin Yvonne Sheridan Cherry ’65 (5) Jo Ann Chirico (5) Linda Clark Chrillo ’73 (5) Andrea Christian-Michaels ’71 (5) Ting Ting Chung * Felicia L. Cianciarulo, PhD ’98 (5) * Donna Marie Ciarcinski ’03 Sharon Ciocca (5) * Margaret A. Cirocco ’00 Citizens Charitable Foundation (3) Angela G. Clark Karen Clarke ’65 Anne Clifford, CSJ ’72 (5) Beatrice Augustine Close ’55 (3) Celine Rosenberger Clouse ’70 (5) Irene Hrynewich Coan ’47 (3) Eda Gillett Cochenour ’86 Arlene Coles ’92, ’93 (5) Kathleen Colletto ’79 * Jean Ferry Comber ’73 Joan Claire Comstock ’64 (5) Margaret Wagner Condon ’50 Dolores Conley, OSB ’71 Andrea E. Conlon ’93 Deborah Allen Connelly ’71 (5) Marie Carr Connelly ’54 (5) Lois R. Conway ’02, ’10 (5) Diane F. Cook ’92 * Frances Considine Cook ’67 (3) Marcia Stopp Cook ’85 (5) Karen L. Cooper ’96 Linda Sabanosh Corcoran ’99, ’00 Courtney L. Cornell ’08 Melanie Rossiter Corso ’96, ’00 Doreen Donauer Cosentino ’68 (3) Marian G. Costello ’86 Mary Jean C. Coughlin ’62

Barbara Cupac Coulehan ’64 Diana Rossi Coury ’55 Dorothy Uhrin Cousins ’61 (5) Donald P. Cox Brett Copper Creo ’73 Rose Catanese Crisanti ’61 Mary Ann C. Cronauer ’60 Karen J. Crow ’96 Theresa Tartamella Crytzer ’85 Mary Frances M. Cuddy ’64 Celine Marie Cumming ’01 (3) Karen C. Cunningham ’68 Diane Curtin ’65 Stephanie M. Curtin ’87 Nadya Wolanyk Czemerynski ’67 Margaret A. Dabecco-Fencik ’03 Susan Sennett Dale ’86 Marietta T. D’Alessandro ’93 Marie Immaculée Dana, RSM, PhD Rebecca Lawrence Dandrea ’77 (5) Sylvia Spincic Danehy ’65 Carol McCloskey Dankosky ’69 Celeste Anne D’Antonio ’10 Patricia Barrett Daube ’86 Carol Enslen Davidek ’69 (5) John P. Davis, Jr. Flora Witherspoon Davis ’91 Katherine Rumbaugh Davis ’01 Marjorie Helene Davis ’93 Tina Marie Davis ’06, ’10 Paula B. Day ’99 (5) Dora Frangona Dean ’49 (5) Marianne S. Dean ’90 Nicholas N. Dean ’94 Catherine Kitrick Debes ’45 (5) Karen Hradesky DeCarlucci ’85 Anna Marie DeDominicis ’66 (5) Suzanne Dees ’06 Betsy M. Degory Ellen J. Dehouske, PhD (5) * Susan Joan Deile ’65 (5) Diane Stolarczyk DePhilip ’72 (5) Anna La Marca D’Eramo ’52 (5) Laura A. Deutsch *

Margaret E. Deutsch Saundra Dewey Mary Grace Diana ’79 Joann Marie Dickerson ’08 Mary Lou Dickerson ’63 (5) Michelle Krizner Diederich ’94 Mary Kay Diener ’77 Helen Busovicki DiFalco ’74 Jessica Carmelita Diggs, MD, PhD ’00 Pamela Dillenkofer ’92 Loretta Alexandrunas Dillner ’54 Nancy Ditello Nancy Jean Dobay ’86 Clarice Withum Dohanich ’57 (3) Eleanor Doidge ’69 (5) Rita Belcastro Dolan ’62 Michelle Napoleon Dolney ’00 Patricia Donahue-Dohoda ’59 (3) Thomas A. Donofrio Ann Donoghue Michael S. D’Orsi Catherine Lynch Dorsner ’70 MaryMargaret Ruggieri Dreliszak ’83 Mary Alice Drusbasky Sandra Dubisky Susan B. Dudas ’93 Maryann Bruno Duff ’97 Betsey Swisdak Dunaway ’64 Thomas C. Dunford ’92 Alice Dunlop, OSF ’71 (3) Dorothy Ferrell Durina ’51 Carole Demilio Duvall, JD ’71 (5) Joyce Bonno Eagan ’69 (5) Dorothy Lebo Ebbert ’55 (5) Lemester Echols Mark Robert Eck Maura Clare Ecoff ’81 Alan M. Edelson Follett Higher Education Group Charles Edwards Veronica Murray Edwards ’93 Ruth D. Egler Ann Hall Ehland ’84 Chris Eisenbeis ’03

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Tesha LaShawn Ellison ’04, ’06 Mary Doerfler Englert ’79 (3) Nancy Ceraso English ’77 Michele Furiga Engman ’69 (5) Deborah Pawlik Ensor ’74 Brian Erb Irene Totin Estocin ’61 Maureen A. Evans ’68 (3) Rebecca Doyle Evans ’76 (3) Carla Rae Fabac ’01 Marie E. Fabrizio ’90, ’91 Jane Fadgen, RSM ’65 Helen Faison Pat Lupinacci Falbo ’64 Anna Falcione (5) * David Fall Phyllis Balkovitz Fassio ’69 (5) Eleanore Fatigati Kenneth J. Faub ’85 (5) Erika Lynn Felack ’10 Barbara Woll Feldmann ’61 (3) Mary Ann Felke ’63 Carol A. Ferrero Marcia Hineman Ferrero ’91, 99 Lacey N. Fetcko * Cindy A. Fickley (3) * Arthur G. Fidel Jo Ann Finan ’75 Audrey Elizabeth Fincher ’93 (5) Jane A. Fiore ’66 Christine Denise Fishel ’08 Mary Jo S. Fitler ’60 Arlene Fratto Fiumefreddo ’64 Elizabeth White Flaherty ’51 Peggy Panagopoulos Flaherty ’00 Kathleen Ann Fleck ’04 Jane Carothers Fleischauer ’69 Dorothy Pavlick Fleming ’62 (5) Anne M. Fletcher ’00 (5) Nancy Buono Fluharty ’69 (5) Joanna Rae Forbes ’07 Antonio Frattaroli Patricia J. Frauenholz (5) * Barbara Gillman Freed ’65 (5)

Mary Ellen Freil ’53 (5) Patricia Freiman, RSM ’60 (3) Dorothea Keally Freyer ’48 (5) Patricia Bradley Friday ’69 (5) Jessica Friedrichs * Helen M. Fries ’01 Janiece Michelle Frisby ’04 Dorene Gabelli ’66 (5) Kathleen Bollen Gaberson, PhD ’70 Loti Falk Gaffney Susan Sandor Gaitaniella ’81 Brenda Galaski Letitia Pontello Galletta ’59 Denise Ann Galloni ’93, ’07 Julie L. Gandley ’90 Joan Alfieri Gannon ’57 (3) Mary Ann Ganz ’62 (5) Cecilia Dernovsek Garrity ’75 (3) Stacy L. Garrubba ’88 Patricia Anne Gasda ’73 Clare Ann Gase ’67 (3) Carole Gebhard ’95 Marianne Dunn Geier ’58 (3) Amy Sue Gentilcore ’90 Cynthia Jayne Gentile ’87 Dorothy Nonic Gerhard ’63 Suzanne Vilsack Gero ’62 (5) JoAnne Huether Gerules ’63 (5) Chelsie Geyer Kathleen Morrison Gibson ’65 (5) Sheri L. Giger ’90 Stephanie A. Giles Barbara L. Gilles ’10 (5) * Carolyn Hilsdon Gilles ’67 Eileen Ciccone Gillooly ’69 Christine Churilla Girts ’85 Lisa Carol Giugliano ’05 Judy M. Giuliana Regina Glad Glitz ’85 (5) Carol Doyle Glock ’75 (3) Doreen Lynette Glover ’84 Jaime Christine Goddard ’02 Mary Jean Goehring ’51 (5) Jennifer Gollick ’97

† DECEASED * FACULTY/STAFF (3) THREE CONSECUTIVE YEARS OF GIVING (5) FIVE OR MORE CONSECUTIVE YEARS OF GIVING

“Thank you for honoring me with the Duquesne Light Company Scholarship... As a mother of two and a housewife, it is quite diff icult to allocate the appropriate money for my education ... Due to your generosity, I will be able to successfully pay tuition, purchase text books and supplies, and apportion funds for commuting to and from campus for classes ... Through my schooling at Carlow, I am receiving a unique knowledge base that I can pass on, and possibly change someone’s life through learning.”

Allison Smith

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Frances H. Gonzales Jo Anne Hollash Gordon ’65 (5) Anne Traurig Goscenski ’64 (5) Joan Kopko Gowetski ’59 Donna Grab ’98 (3) Stephen W. Graffam Mary Dernovsek Graminski ’84 Carol Hornfeck Grasha ’64 Eileen Buck Gratton ’66 Thelma Tometsko Greco ’66, ’67 (5) Anne Green, CSJ ’66 Lisa Marie Green ’97 Patricia Minko Gregor ’81 Lianne Sproul Greve ’76 Alice Griffin Rosemary Grogan Donna Jean Grzandziel ’03 James F. Guentner, Jr. ’72 Carol Houze Guidry ’63 Colleen A. Gurlea-Paige ’87 Mary Ann Guttendorf ’70 Maria Claudette Hairston Melanie G. Hall ’82 Joyce A. Hallowes * Joan Wu Halpin ’56 Darla Lee Halterlein ’00 Janice Conrad Haltigan ’70 Penny Tsangaris Hamilton ’69 Anna Marie Churilla Hanlon ’55 (5) Nancy G. Hanna ’02 Susan J. Hannak ’99, ’02 Margaret S. Hannan ’92 Amanda Marie Harbay ’03 (3) Bridget M. Harkins ’97 Brandi Danielle Harrison ’10 Lee Ambrose Hart ’97 Rona M. Hart Josephine F. Hatalla (3) * Valerie F. Haus ’79 Jane F. Hause ’57 (5) Erma J. Hauser ’92, ’05 (3) Mary Ann Hayden-Shaughnessy ’89 (3) * Catherine Blank Haynes ’50 Barbara C. Hays ’68 (3)

Mary Ann Hazlett ’81 Kathleen P. Heaney ’91 Denise M. Heaton ’95 Bonnie Heh, RSM ’69 (5) Danielle J. Heidemann ’01 Leda A. Heidenreich ’92 Clotilda B. Heimbuch * Kathleen Henderson ’61 Rosemary Holmes Henk ’73 (5) Helen Hennessy ’53 (5) Jo Ann Coscarelli Henry ’68 Rosanna Marinpetro Henry ’79 Marylouise Hornsleth Herbold ’66 Kristine Matlak Hertneky ’70 Norma C. Hesen Patricia Mary Hespelein, RSM ’59 Jamie Sue Hess ’06 Shirley Hoffman Hignet ’54 (5) Harry D. Hildenbrand Christy Lee Hillegas ’01 Cathy Montgomery Hillman ’83 (5) Kathy Ann Hinchberger ’77 Elaine Koon Hlopick ’76 Patricia Kasperski Hoak ’83 Karen M. Hochberg ’07 Monique Lynn Hockman * Abigail Schwartz Hodnick ’06 Faith Regan Hoenigman ’61 (5) Fidel L. Hogan ’99, ’00 Kathleen J. Hogan * James M. Holland ’01 Allison Gail Holst ’08 Lucille Holtz, RSM ’62 (5) Matilda Holtz, RSM ’69 Stephanie Hughes Hopkins ’65, 75 (5) Mary Lou Hoppe ’73 Dixie Hornburg Dawna G. Horton ’10 * Nicola Elaine Horton-Palmer ’04 Rebecca Francesca Horvat ’02 Margaret Streiff Horvath ’64 (3) Ayesha Hossain, MD Joan A. House * Kathy Taimuty Householder ’77 (5)

Wendy Rapp Huffman ’98 Cynthia C. Hughes ’90 Davina A. Humberson ’90 Leanne M. Huminski ’95 (5) Adrienne Hunter Huntington National Bank Martha Zaharko Hursen ’84 Mary Ann Hvizdos Betty P. Hyde Mary T. Idzojtic ’00 (5) Peggy Lee Ikemma ’03 Bonnie Wagoner Isacke, PhD ’70 Melody A. Ives ’88 Joann Rozsas Jabour ’79 Donna J. Jackson ’97 (5) Kathryn Elyse Jackson ’05, ’06 Opal E. Jackson ’02 Donna Jaksic ’70 Cathryn Meinz Jana ’57 (5) Nancy Carr Jankowiak ’79 (5) Natalie Marie Jasper ’88 (3) Lorraine Bukowski Jedlick ’50 Kathleen Supan Jeffers ’72 Lynn K. Jessep ’97 (5) Rita McCartan Jezl ’53 (5) Dawn M. Jockel ’01, ’10 Barbara G. Johnson ’93 * Dolores Bernice Johnson ’05 (3) Toni Johnson ’80 Amy Leigh Johnston, Esq. ’00 Esther Truver Jones ’77 Dawndra Jones-Hornsby ’94, ’06 Charlotte Cieslak Joyce ’77 (5) Marylee Connors Judeikis ’74 Teya Christine Kamel ’96 * Jo Ann Lyons Kammerdeiner ’60 (5) Eleanor Kane ’66 Cynthia Karaffa (5) * Maureen Corbett Kartychak ’76 Cynthia A. Kaufold * Mary Lou M. Kavallierakis ’60 (3) Margaret McGurty Keenan ’58 (5) Kathleen Clark Kegarise ’69 Dolores Strauss Kelly ’50 (3)

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James M. Kelly, PhD (3) * Patricia Johnson Kelly ’58 (5) Joni L. Keltz Joleine M. Kenaan ’70 (5) Kathy S. Kennedy ’91 (5) Nancy Elaine Kern ’00, ’05 (5) Charles Kershner Elizabeth Minick Kielman ’69 (5) Laura A. Kindlin ’55 (5) Marlene A. King ’90 (5) Miriam Anne King ’74 (5) Mary Jean Kirby ’69 (5) Mary Ann Kirch ’67 (5) Elizabeth Ritz Kleinhample ’87 Tracey C. Kleinmeyer ’08 Marianne E. Klemarczyk Debra Schneiderlochner Kline ’81 (3) Elinore Michelle Kneidinger ’93 Christie K. Knudsen Emily Marie Kolek ’11 * Kathryn Simpson Kon ’63 Mary T. Korytkowski John Kosar Jane Surman Kotnik ’41 Sara Boyle Kountz ’64 (5) Joan Welling Kovalcik ’55 (5) Anita Andrews Kovalsky ’77 (5) Judith A. Koveleskie ’68 William J. Kowallis * Carolyn Jane Krachkowski ’02 Denise M. Krall ’80 (5) Emily B. Kravetsky Rebecca R. Kravetsky Tammy Kravetsky Kathleen E. Krichbaum, PhD ’69 Marjorie H. Krieger ’62 (5) Michele Kuhn ’91 (5) Cheryl Ann Kujava ’03, ’09 Sister Margery Kundar, CSJ ’68 Mary Ellen Kunesh ’71 (5) Frieda Kunkle Constance Wagner Kunz ’57 Lynda S. Kusuma ’88 Daniel Kwiantkowski

Karyn L. Kwiatkowski (5) * Maryellen Labik ’90 Joan Laboon, RSM ’59 (3) Rosemary Laboon, RSM ’57 (5) Stefanie Elizabeth LaBorda ’10 Joseph Lackner Alice K. Lackner-Gray ’62 (5) Lacue Chevrolet Angeline Fricioni Lake ’63 Donna J. Lamanna ’07 (3) Alma J. Lampert ’02 Gabrielle E. Lane ’04 Nancy Schneider Lapinski ’72 Rose Mary Larson ’77 (5) Vicki L. Lauffer ’06 Annalee Shank Laughlin ’95 Anne Elizabeth Lauria-Smith ’10 Donna M. Laurnavich ’71 Theresa Niedziela Laver ’76 (5) Patience Amanda Laycak ’02 Jacqui Lazo Lee Ann Mazzocco Leapman ’91 (5) Carol LaSavage LeBlanc ’66 (5) Rebecca A. Lee ’90 Martha T. LeGates, PhD * Deborah Jones Leisifer ’92, ’98 Kathleen Piovesan Lekse ’63 Helen Sivak Lenney ’64 (5) Suzan D. Leonard ’72 (5) Irene O. Leong ’91, 98 Judith Letso Lori B. Letterio Andrea K. Leyko * Rita Vinski Liebler ’50 Christine Lillard ’77 Rosemary Houlihan Linsley ’38 Gretchen Sparks Lipp ’83 Jeanette Titus Lockovich ’76 Lisa A. Lockwood ’88 Mary Ann Loerlein ’05 Judith Butler Lombardo ’65 (3) Pamela Schultz Long ’68 (5) Mary Beth Lorenzetty ’02 Marian Barkley Loughran ’60

Janet E. Love ’74 Kimberly Ann Love ’07, ’08 Nancy Carrie Lowe ’80 Evan A. Lowry Anna Marie Lucas ’86 (5) Carol Jean Lynch ’69 Nancy D. Lynn Virginia Jenny MacBeth ’09, ’11 * Marlene MacDonald ’90 (5) Carolyn A. MacKall ’90 Macy’s Foundation Rose Ann Madden ’72 Michael G. Madigan ’74 Carew Anderson Magnus ’65 (5) Pamela Magyar ’69 (5) Patricia Lee Maher ’72 Judith Oberleitner Mahoney ’72 Kathleen Mannion Maibauer ’73 (3) Lana Burwell Maier ’65 Karissa Ann Makin ’06 (3) Barbara Ann Malczak ’62 (5) Sarah Firestone Malenky ’57 Marsha Ann Maljan ’83 (5) Cory S. Maloney, DSc ’05 * Mary Sue Maloney ’59 Judith Ann Maloni ’65 Barbara Alma Malosky ’65 Kathleen Ann Maltry ’68 Alfred J. and Rita Cummins Mannebach ’67 (5) Betty Lou Mansour Nancy K. Mantz ’88, ’00 John Marino ’88 Joan M. Markovich Joanne Markovich ’68 Elaine McCauley Marocco ’62 (3) Barbara Mary Marshall, RSM ’60 (5) Marianna Grippi Martelli ’67 Arlene Ann Martin John C. Martin Paul Martin, Jr. Paula Trach Martin ’83 (3) Dolores Chuff Martini ’50 Carol Ann Martz ’84 Dorothy M. Martz

† DECEASED * FACULTY/STAFF (3) THREE CONSECUTIVE YEARS OF GIVING (5) FIVE OR MORE CONSECUTIVE YEARS OF GIVING

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REUNION GIVING

C L A SS Y E A R

REUNION YEAR

DONORS IN CLASS

PARTICIPATION RATE

TOTAL CLASS G I F T

1936

75

1

50%

$150.00

1941

70

3

27%

$1,770.00

1946

65

5

21%

$540.46

1951

60

17

33%

$16,226.51

1956

55

25

40%

$8,334.12

1961

50

27

26%

$9,164.00

1966

45

42

26%

$11,236.70

1971

40

40

23%

$5,910.00

1976

35

17

11%

$1,281.00

1981

30

13

10%

$840.00

1986

25

23

12%

$2,585.86

1991

20

22

11%

$1,774.91

1996

15

16

4%

$1,352.02

2001

10

22

5%

$1,514.01

2006

5

16

4%

$890.00

289

11%

$63,569.59

OVERALL TOTALS

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David J. Masquelier Victoria L. Mastroddi ’72 Judith Chicko Matelan ’81 Mary Kleysteuber Matlak ’69 Darlene C. Matthews ’01 Katherine Schmaley Mazur ’69 Beverly Anne McAdams ’03 Ellen L. McArdle ’61 (3) Elizabeth O. McBreen ’60 (3) Gail A. McBroom ’04 Joan Schmitt McCafferty ’48 Linda McCall ’89 John Patrick McCann Constance McCarthy ’80 (3) Peggy Carey McCarthy ’55 (5) Sharon L. McCartney ’91 Rebecca Lee McCarty ’01 Elizabeth Ann McClintock * Marianne McConnell ’75 Janet L. McCoy ’97 Joyce C. McDermott (5) * Patricia Blumling McDonnell ’54 (5) Fidelis McDonough, RSM Kathleen McElheny ’83 Vivian McElhinny, RSM ’59 (3) * Albina Garavaglia McFall ’65 Lynda Beth McFarland ’05 Kimberly A. McGavitt ’08 Cleta Marie McGervey ’79 Denise Perrone McGinley ’69 Micheleann Hovan McGowan ’64 (5) Deborah Ransel McGrath ’74 (5) Suzanne Denne McHugh ’99 (5) Maureen A. McIntyre ’89, ’90 Jermaine McKinley * Bonnie McKlveen ’98 Juilene Osborne McKnight ’06 Christine R. McLachlan ’64 (5) Eleanore McLaughlin Mary Lou McLaughlin Colleen M. McMahon ’02 (5) Kriston Anne McMichael Elizabeth McMillan, RSM, PhD ’60 (3) Pamela A. McMillan ’09

Georgianne Gec McNeirney-ReWalt ’62 (5) Suellen DeLaney McShane ’60 (5) Cathleen Carlson Medden ’70 (5) Mark A. Meholchick ’97 Vaughn E. Meister ’68 (5) Gertrude Burek Mellett ’47 (5) Francesco Memoli Denise Mercure Judy Ann Mermigas ’89 Mary Clare Messmer ’86 John P. Meyer ’93 Emma Jean Middendorf, CDP ’60 (3) Anna M. Mihalega * Florence Pavlakovic Miles ’54 (5) Betsy Ann Miller ’83 (5) Brian Robert Miller ’01 Dorothy Miller, RSM ’67 (5) Elisa M. Miller Joan M. Miller ’63 (5) Lisa Miller Nancy Wegrzynek Miller ’77 (5) Paula Jean Miller ’98 Kimberly Miller-Young ’90 Sarah J. Milligan ’69 Geraldine Todaro Minna ’69 Eileen Minnock ’77 Martha Miott ’80 (5) Linda Flis Mischen ’71 (5) Joan M. Mitsch ’90 (5) Maria L. Molina dela Cueva ’93 Mary K. Monske ’84 Marjorie Weimerskirch Montgomery ’46 Jill Zikevich Moon ’73 Diana Mooney JoAnne D. Moore ’69 (5) Leon Gilbert Moore, III ’09 (3) Patricia M. Morgan ’88 (5) Leslie Morreale Heather Lynn Morris ’99, ’10 Joanne Morris Kathleen Vater Mortenson ’72 (5) Maureen O. Moses ’77 (5) Corinne J. Mosholder ’66 Teresa J. Mostoller ’02

Kathleen Kajder Moyar ’77 (5) Emilio Mufdi, MD Nancy Louvris Mulligan ’63 Diana M. Murawski ’02 Jean Murin, RSM ’61 Carol Anton Murphy ’57 (5) Cecilia Murphy, RSM, PhD ’62 (5) Kathleen A. Murphy ’93 (5) Evelyn L. Murrin Regis D. Murrin Patricia Musante ’67 Sarah Marie Musser ’06 Jennifer Raffaella Muto ’07 Marie Mutschler Karen Struble Myers ’07 Sara J. Napoleon ’66 (5) Judith Ann Nardizzi ’96 (5) Joanne Natale Carole Andolina Naughton ’69 Anita Neal, RSM ’52 (3) Annette Dunlop Necciai ’88 Ruth Purcell Neely ’41 Charles Neighley ’94 Elizabeth Cercone Nester ’60 Joan Ann Newcomb ’86 Rebecca Newlin Joanne L. Newsome ’96 (3) Beatrice Malone Nicholas ’52 (3) Gail Vee Nicolson ’06 (5) Rosemary McCusker Nilles ’72 (3) Dolores Rakiecz Norwood ’55 (5) Marilyn Frances Noszka ’00 Maureen Bedel Novak ’04 (5) Donata Nyirahabimana ’09 Carole L. O’Bryan ’98, ’04 (5) Claire Burton O’Classen ’68 (3) Barbara Auth O’Connor ’65 Julia O’Connor ’59 Mary Alice O’Connor, PhD ’63 (5) Margaret vanZyverden Odhner ’82 (5) Jean Doerr O’Donnell ’73 (3) Regina Davis O’Leary ’81 Elaine Mospan Olsakovsky ’65 Dana M. Olup ’00 (3)

† DECEASED * FACULTY/STAFF (3) THREE CONSECUTIVE YEARS OF GIVING (5) FIVE OR MORE CONSECUTIVE YEARS OF GIVING

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Kathleen M. Orr Margaret Anne Ott ’84, ’00 William E. Otto, JD Beth Ann Owen ’00 David Owen Sandra L. Owens Patricia O. Pahre ’66 Nicole Marie Palmer ’10 Wilma Palombo ’67 Barbara Getsey Palso ’67 (5) Mary Ann Pampel Claire Yunker Pandl ’46 Cecilia Hogan Pappas ’64 Andrea G. Parise ’07 Mary Ellen W. Park ’58 (5) Margaret Ann Parrish, CSJ ’65 Anne Patterson ’80 Lisa M. Paugh-Mathey ’88 Kerry Elizabeth Paustenbach ’93 Jody J. Pavlik ’98 (5) Elizabeth Trench Payer ’68 (5) Melissa Dawn Peace ’00, ’02 Aurora Cerboni Pelleschi ’50 (5) Sandra D. Pelusi, RSM ’75 (5) Megan Frances Pennie ’08 Milagros Pereyra-Rojas ’00, ’03 Natasha DeAnn Perkins ’04 Monica Petcovic Geraldine Pociborek Petrak ’64 (5) Susan Clare Petrarca ’85 Virginia Harmon Pfahler ’76 (3) Karen Franks Phillips ’86 (5) Geraldine Vidra Piemme ’69 (5) Sharon L. Pirchesky ’05 Rita Mae Pirone ’65 Barbara Plovock Barbara Plutnicki ’51 Rose C. Plutnicki ’54 Diane K. Pontoriero ’97, ’08 Kymberli A. Potersnak ’97, ’04 (5) Maria Potoma Cheryl A. Powell ’94 (3) Michelle Myers Presutti ’99 Joan R. Price ’72 (3)

Terri Lynn Priestley ’86 Renita M. Prince ’95 (5) Donna Prochaska Dorothy Pyryt ’68 (5) Camilla Reid Quinn ’54 (5) Marilyn Szymialis Radke, MD ’73 (5) Martha A. Radocaj Cynthia Raffaele ’96 WenXia Zeng Raiti ’02 (3) Teresa R. Ramsey ’02 (3) Rebecca Ann Ray ’91 (5) Rita Geimer Razum ’69 (5) Suzanne J. Redman ’99 (3) Susan Waters Reed ’68 Joyce Lutch Reft ’70 (3) Mary Frances Reidell ’02 (3) * Mary Ann P. Reilly ’60 (5) Marlene E. Reisinger ’66 Danielle Holland Reynolds ’08 Wendy Condie Reynolds ’85 Sylvia C. Rhor, PhD * Janet Wilson Rice ’72 (5) Margaret Huber Rice ’62 Margaret Richards ’98 Thomas J. Richards Rebecca Matheson Richardson ’65 (5) Marcia Rick Jo Ann Riley ’63 (5) Kathleen Homison Rodgers ’73, ’74 Mary Elliott Rodgers ’53 William B. Rodgers Louise Koenig Rodman ’53 Carol Anne Romano ’88 Linda Romansky ’99 Rosemary Sanvito Romboski ’95 Linda M. Romito ’89 Patricia Ross ’73 Rita Figura Ross ’68 Nellie T. Rostan Linda Ruckert ’92 Suzanne A. Rumbaugh ’75 * Alberta A. Rupar ’86 Sarah Jane Russo ’07 Toni Malara Ruth ’68

Evelyn W. Ruyechan ’04 Christine M. Ryan ’94 (3) Rebekah Sabo Mary Kathryn Saccani ’48 (3) Zeletta Sailer ’56 Shareen Salem ’62 (5) Maxine Sandor Ashley V. Sanislo Ruthann Meyers Santry ’71 Andrea Necole Sargent ’04 Clara Mae Saternos ’84 Denise Smith Scalise ’75 Mary Kay Schaner ’60 Linda N. Schatzman * Marlene DeGidio Schell ’65 Ken Scherer Kathleen Sandor Schiller ’10 Diane E. Schilo ’82 Beverly A. Schlotterbeck ’67 Dorothy Lanheady Schmid ’77 (5) Elizabeth Sauer Schmidt ’65 (3) Penny J. Schnarrs (3) * Mary Ann Schuetz ’69 Eva Marie Schulte ’97 David A. Scott (5) Carol L. Scott-Fowler ’91 (5) Joseph Scrivofilo Joann Flanigan Scully ’67 (5) Kathleen Mary Seargent ’64 (5) Macrina Hvizdos Seitz ’62 Louise DePalma Senra ’62 (5) Robert J. Sestili Jane Mueller Sestric ’72 Isabel Aiello Sestrich ’63 Jennifer Severn ’95 Mary M. Shannon ’03 Mary Lou Shaw ’95 Ellen Sheetz Barbara A. Shema ’01 Dona Guiser Sherbine ’50 (5) Donald C. Sherbondy Sarah Sherbondy Joanne Klaus Shissler ’87 (5) Lee Ann Pietrowski Shore ’97

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Mary Silvio ’04 Lynn Coletta Simko, PhD ’78 (5) Lisa C. Simon Mary Louise Simon, RSM ’62 (3) Nancy L. Simon Roseann Howley Sinagoga ’60 (5) Jean Krug Singer ’61 Joanna Sinko, RSM ’65 Gail B. Sintich Margaret R. Sintich Jenny Scarcella Siple ’71 (5) Faith A. Sisk ’96, ’01 Sisters of Charity George David Sivak Veronica Ann Slain ’07 * Rita Pushcar Slava ’66 (5) Margaret M. Slota * Clare Smith, RSM ’49 (3) Clifford W. Smith ’99, ’03 Jeanne R. Smith ’86 Jill Ann Smith ’08 Joan Hardiman Smith ’69 Rose Mary Smith ’93 (5) Anita Lopatin Smolover Bernadette Kwiatkowski Smrekar ’80 Mary G. Snoddy Monica Johnson Solomon ’92 Dolores R. Somma ’53 (5) Evonne Somsky ’73 Jenna E. Sopchack ’06 Brenda L. Spatafore ’97 Edith Keslar Spinneweber ’89 Kathleen Mulheran Spohn ’63 (5) Peggyanne Paisley Stack ’65 (5) Shirley Ann Stamford ’82 (5) Mary F. Stamper ’90 Marilyn Morgenstern Stanovich ’76 (5) Diane R. Startari Carol Scheidl Stasik ’65 (5) Karen F. Stasko Marcy Steele ’74 (3) Cindy Patterson Sterling ’03 Regina Rusnock Stevenson ’65 (5) Deborah Coughenour Stewart ’77

Rosemary M. Stewart ’93 William M. Stewart, PhD * Christine A. Stienecker ’06 Darlene Stockhausen ’02 (5) Mary Lou Stromer Frances Kowach Studnicki ’64 (5) Leona Stumpf, RSM ’67 (5) Joan Crowley Summa ’49 (5) Beverly Summerville-Bowell ’81 Dale A. Sunday ’87 (5) Sandra Lee Surace ’94 (5) Jane Sutton ’92 (5) Louise Erb Sutton ’50, ’51 Catherine Kloecker Swanson ’66 Mary Beth Swanson ’77 (5) Mary Kay Swanson ’87 (5) Linda K. Swatek ’62 (5) Janet M. Sweeney ’79 Patricia Duddy Sweeney ’64, ’65 (5) Rebecca Oaks Swint ’95, ’10 Michele DiLella Sylvester ’99 Christy Lee Szolis ’97, ’06 (3) Richard S. Takacs * Rebecca M. Tates ’96 Maxine J. Taucher Maria Z. Teramana ’88 Madelyn Tomassetti Thalken ’45 Regina McDonough Theisen ’53 Erin D. Thomas ’99 Jane Katherine Thomas ’07 Patricia Daugherty Thomas ’64 (5) Barbara Hunter Thompson ’74 Kathleen Nowalk Till ’57 (5) Martha Korfant Tiu ’63 Diane Colaizzi Tomkins ’74 Joan Rausch Tomlinson ’84 Mary Ann Tomo ’96 Candice Northcut Tomon ’00, ’06 (3) Janet M. Toomey ’96, ’10 Sandy Petro Tracy ’63 (5) Arlene Turlick Trichtinger ’52 (5) Diane Michelle Tuomi ’01 Carmela Turi ’71 (5) Joanne Bergner Turka ’74

Melissa A. Turner Maureen L. Turo ’07 Valerie Uddstrom-Vogel ’81 Frances M. Ujhazy ’64 (5) Linda A. VanKeuren * Barbara Rab Vautrin ’60 Mark A. Vehec * Gaye Velar ’04 Flora Fronzaglia Velarde ’57 (5) Norma Wandrisco Very ’55 (3) Susan D. Vikartosky ’96 (5) Paula Marie Wachter ’07 Margaret Marie Wade, CSJ ’79 (3) Adrienne Wafer ’96 (5) Regina Jernstrom Wagner 43 (5) Rose Marie Walch ’60 Lucienne Wald Barbara L. Waldron ’69, ’89 (5) Jeanne E. Walker ’97 Marilyn Wallace Michael A. Wallace Margaret A. Walsh ’96 Charles O’Connor Ward * Janice D. Ward ’71 Rhonda Ward Saundra Hondal Waseleski ’77 (5) Mary E. Watson ’99 (3) Judy E. Watt Rosecina Weadon ’88 Sandra Weber ’73 Nancy Bescher Webner ’53 Ethel R. Weikers ’82 (5) Anne T. Weimerskirch ’61 Donna Marie Weiss ’87 (5) Estelle Weissburg Virginia Scanlon Welgan ’59 (3) † Mary Ann Wellener ’67 (5) Patricia G. Wellhausen Judith Baumbaugh Welsh ’69 Susan Welsh, RSM ’70 (5) Roberta Potts Werbaneth ’54 (5) Jennifer Rebecca Westrick ’00 Megan Wholey Rosalind H. Wholey

† DECEASED * FACULTY/STAFF (3) THREE CONSECUTIVE YEARS OF GIVING (5) FIVE OR MORE CONSECUTIVE YEARS OF GIVING

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Anita L. Williams ’80 (5) Donna Lee Williams ’78 (5) Paula Pezzulo Williams ’69 Callista Williamson, CSJ ’64 Lois Wilson Lorraine Kinskey Wilson ’50 (3) Natalie Wilson * Quintella F. Wilson ’89 Sharon Lyman Winkler ’75 Rebecca Slack Winschel ’71 Susan M. Winstel * Bonetta Winters ’85 Witmer Public Safety Group, Inc. Sally Witt, CSJ ’72 (3) Rosemarie Sonick Wodarek ’69 Deborah D. Wojcik Charlene Boyle Wolford ’86 Elizabeth A. Woll ’56 (5) Marsha Hirko Wood ’69 Jeffrey D. Woodard ’97 Rory Smith Woods ’69 (5) Mary H. Worthy ’98 Sheryl Ross Wright ’86 Mary Jo Wuenschel ’52 (3) Kathleen A. Wunschel (5) * Scott Wyberg ’91 (3) Ann M. Wyda Shirley Abt Wykstra ’67 Deborah K. Yackuboskey ’99, ’00 Katherine Brehl Yancosek ’57 June Bryce Yeich ’60 (5) Carol A. Yenchik ’60 Carole J. Young Jeanne Landgraff Young ’51 Mary Jane Young ’43 (5) Sandra Lee Young ’99, ’00 (5) Erica Lashan Youngblood ’09 Jane Yuhouse Judith Reed Yuss ’76 (5) Pamela A. Zadroga ’91 Irene Weiss Zahm ’66 Georgia Zahn Margaret Flaherty Zalewski ’70 (5) Ruth Rhodes Zalonis ’05, ’10 (5)

Beth A. Zamboni * Constance L. Zeman ’73 (5) Paula Price Ziemski ’03 Kathleen Zipf ’70 (5) Roberta Zolkoski ’72 Cynthia Zukowski ’90 Lisa A. Zullo, CPA ’89 Ruth Zwierzelewski

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† DECEASED * FACULTY/STAFF (3) THREE CONSECUTIVE YEARS OF GIVING (5) FIVE OR MORE CONSECUTIVE YEARS OF GIVING

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GIFTS IN MEMORY In Memory of Lucy Bracci Ayoub ’62 —Dorothy Pavlick Fleming ’62 (5) In Memory of Celestine Baldi —Sara Marie Baldi ’77 (5) —Paulette Baldi Studdert ’79 (5) In Memory of Vivian Blinsky —The Hanna Family (3) In Memory of Marcy J. Boyer ’69 —Joanne Blasko Byrnes ’69 (5) In Memory of Jim Brenholts—one year —Linda R. Madden-Brenholts ’88 (5) * In Memory of Mr. and Mrs. Chester H. Brown, Jr. —Rosalyn Brown ’75 In Memory of Frances Buffington —Maureen Buffington (5) In Memory of Yolanda Busin —Cynthia M. Nicola, EdD ’78 (3) In Memory of Toni Merlo Capelli ’65 —Sylvia Spincic Danehy ’65 In Memory of Father Andrew Chih —Maria Liang Ludmer, MD ’67 In Memory of Stella Chmielewski —Mary Ann Reddinger Miller ’71 (5) In Memory of Ray and Winnie Coleman —Pamela Coleman ’68 In Memory of Terry Coyne, RSM ’60 —Patricia Fritz ’90, ’91 (5) In Memory of George G. Cronin —Mary Ellen Kunesh ’71 (5) In Memory of Rose Dalle Tezze, RSM ’55 —Cynthia M. Nicola, EdD ’78 (3) In Memory of Sue Ann Dal Sasso ’91 —Jeanette Titus Lockovich ’76 In Memory of Arthur DeGidio —Marlene DeGidio Schell ’65 In Memory of Regina Larkin Diamond —Cleta Marie McGervey ’79 In Memory of Thomas J. Donnelly, Esq. —Richard F. Berdik —Geraldine Rosella Boccella ’58 —Linda E. Boyle —Anne Browne

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—Anne Mullin Burnham —David A. Bunis —Ilene S. Bunis —Evelyn W. Daley —John P. Davis, Jr. —William D. Dawson, III —Marilyn E. Diorio —Michael S. D’Orsi —V. William Efthim —Eleanore Fatigati —Federated Investors Foundation, Inc. —Arthur G. Fidel —Richard B. Fisher —Henry and Mary Lou Gailliot (3) —Frances H. Gonzales —Stephen W. Graffam —Karalee Hart —Samuel Hazo (3) —Healy Family Foundation —Bonnie Heh, RSM ’69 (5) —Patricia Mary Hespelein, RSM ’59 —Henry L. Hillman —Mary E. Hines (5) * —Jewish Healthcare Foundation —Glen R. Johnson —Patrick and Rita Joyce (5) —Catherine Rudy Kiefer —Marianne E. Klemarczyk —Joseph Joseph Lackner —John M. Lally, CPA —Mark L. Mallon —Helen P. McDonough ’49 (5) —J. Alan Minteer —Joanne Morris —Motorized Assisted Deliveries, Inc. —Cecilia Murphy, RSM, PhD ’62 (5) —Regis and Evelyn Murrin —Edward G. O’Connor —James F. O’Keefe, MD —Mary Ann Pampel —Charles J. Queenan —Norval D. Reece —Rose, Chintz and Rose —Ellen Sheetz

—Beatrice F. Shields —Lisa C. Simon —Nancy L. Simon —Karen Sue Smith —Marjorie Smuts —Margaret and Frank Spindler ’52 —Vincent P. Stanton —Diane R. Startari —Harry A. Thompson —Virginia Judson Thornburgh —Susan Welsh, RSM ’70 (5) —Estelle Weissburg —Ernest A. Westwood —Micaela Young ’68 (5) In Memory of Loyola M. Dougherty, RSM —Patricia Schreiner Kerner ’61 (3) In Memory of Mary Mulvihill Erdman ’34 —Denise Erdman Koch-Cole ’66 (5) In Memory of Alice Dobson Fishkin, JD ’35 —Gregory A. Tobias (5) In Memory of Rita Alice FitzGerald, RSM ’54 —Dolores R. Somma ’53 (5) In Memory of Rita Flaherty, RSM ’52 —Marlene S. Winter, PhD ’59 (5) * In Memory of Mary Aidan Flynn, RSM —John G. Sheedy † In Memory of Anthony Furnari —Rosemarie Furnari ’66 (3) In Memory of Thomas West Gilliam, IV —Nancy Lee Gillies ’69 (5) In Memory of Margaret Fitzgerald Gloninger ’44 —Mary Gloninger Lahoda ’74 In Memory of Julia Kovacs Hanchak —Janette Marie Hanchak ’91, ’06G, ’08G In Memory of Mary Peluso Hartmann —Mary Kay Sogge ’75 (5) In Memory of Reverend Thomas Haywood —Mary Joy Haywood, RSM ’60 In Memory of Kathleen Healy, RSM —Mary Ellen Freil ’53 (5) In Memory of Rosemary Heyl, RSM —Magdeline Pogozelec Busse ’62 —Sandra D. Pelusi, RSM ’75 (5) In Memory of Kenneth Hines

† DECEASED * FACULTY/STAFF (3) THREE CONSECUTIVE YEARS OF GIVING (5) FIVE OR MORE CONSECUTIVE YEARS OF GIVING


—Christina Shorall (5) * In Memory of Jeanne Hoben —Patricia Schreiner Kerner ’61 (5) In Memory of Lois A. Killmeyer Hoerster ’55 —Frederick A. Hoerster (5) In Memory of Dorothy Hance Holley —Betsy M. Degory —Estate of Dorothy Hance Holley —Marie Mutschler —Liane Norman —Mary Ann Sevick In Memory of Dr. Thomas A. Hopkins —Rosemary Pollock Bufalini ’59 (5) In Memory of Katherine Horney —Sylvia Spincic Danehy ’65 —Judith Visyak Merzi ’65 In Memory of Phoebe Johnston —Sandra Weber ’73 In Memory of Walter and Kathleen Kowalok ’79 —Patricia Wissner Kowalok ’52 In Memory of Colleen S. Labona ’46 —Daniel Kwiantkowski In Memory of deLellis Laboon, RSM ’42 —Mary B. Clydesdale ’58 (5) —Liz C. Douglass ’67(5) —David Fall —Rosemary Held Hare ’55 —Kathleen Boal Trainor ’60 (5) In Memory of Regina E. Lagakos —Monica Fallon O’Keefe ’69 (5) In Memory of Mary Cleta Larkin ’53 —Cleta Marie McGervey ’79 In Memory of Kathleen Levicky —Mary Ann Reddinger Miller ’71 (5) In Memory of Shirley Henry Malone —Mary Lou Hrach ’65 (5) In Memory of Joanne Lembo Marino ’65 —George B. Marino In Memory of Charles Martano —Patricia Spohn Martano ’62 (5) In Memory of Marian McCormick —Frances McCormick ’68 (5) In Memory of Bebe Brick McCurry ’67 —Maureen Langan Royer ’67 (5)

In Memory of Mary John Francis McDermott, RSM —Patricia Keegan ’50 (5) In Memory of Mr. and Mrs. William P. McDonough —Rita McDonough Bren ’54 (5) In Memory of Marian McGrath, RSM ’39 —Patricia Schreiner Kerner ’61 (3) In Memory of Merrily Konopka Medd ’67 —Barbara Getsey Palso ’67 (5) In Memory of Margaret Meisner —Ursula Meisner Anderson ’66 In Memory of John Nesgoda —Marylouise Fennell, RSM, PhD (5) —Irene A. Lietz (5) * In Memory of Ann Nolan —Joseph M. Roberts * In Memory of John and Ana Oblak —Vera Oblak Hawkins ’55 (5) In Memory of Matthew Piraino —Patti L. Bell In Memory of Joanne Qualters ’91 —Marylouise Fennell, RSM, PhD (5) In Memory of Cora Pantalone Radus ’46 —Suzanne R. Ament ’94 (3) * In Memory of Frank J. Reed —Amy Leigh Johnston, Esq. ’00 In Memory of Patti Reid ’63 —Camilla Reid Quinn ’54 (5) In Memory of Dorothy Riles —Alan M. Edelson —Rita Kay Meyer ’65, ’66 In Memory of John and Helen Rosneck —Eileen D. Hauris ’51 (5) In Memory of Michael Rowland, RSM ’39 —Joleine M. Kenaan ’70 (5) In Memory of Regina Rozzi-Carifo, BSN ’82 —Linda B. Ermi In Memory of Luisa and Joseph Rushnit —Angela Rushnit Garofoli ’47 (3) In Memory of Lois Ann Salko ’50 —Dorice Pulte Ashe —Mary Chernin —Angela G. Clark —Saundra Dewey —Charles Edwards

† DECEASED * FACULTY/STAFF (3) THREE CONSECUTIVE YEARS OF GIVING (5) FIVE OR MORE CONSECUTIVE YEARS OF GIVING

—Stephanie A. Giles —Norma C. Hesen —Betty P. Hyde —Charles Kershner —Christie K. Knudsen —Susan C. Kyle —Mills-Price Associates —Leslie Morreale —Emilio Mufdi, MD —Richard Mullens In Memory of M. Madeleva Savage, RSM ’57 —Kathleen Homison Rodgers ’73, ’74 In Memory of Maria Elizabeth Scaffidi —Patricia Schreiner Kerner ’61 (3) In Memory of Stanley Scarano —Martha Scarano Dolfi ’69 In Memory of Mariagnes P. Schuler ’39 —William Gainer —Huntington National Bank —Donna Prochaska —Michael G. Zamagias Interests, Ltd. In Memory of Helena R. Seehausen —Karen Seehausen ’70 In Memory of Ann Higgins Sonnett ’49 —William M. Sonnett (5) In Memory of Reverend George Tavard —Susan Joan Deile ’65 (5) —Carladean DeNardo Kostelnik ’61 (5) —Kathleen Pollock Panepinto ’66 (5) In Memory of Caroline Hope Turus —Helen Novasky Decher ’66 In Memory of Anita Van Tassel —Annie Hanna Cestra In Memory of Jacinta Van Winkel, LoB —Anne Clifford, CSJ ’72 (5) In Memory of Donald L. Very, JD and Douglas Clement Very —Norma Wandrisco Very ’55 (3) In Memory of Phillip Wald —Lucienne Wald In Memory of Logan and Anna Williamson —Callista Williamson, CSJ ’64

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GIFTS IN HONOR In Honor of All the Mercy Sisters, Past and Present —Nancy Reardon Vertuno ’65 (5) In Honor of Bianca Alton —Georgina E. Crichlow ’91 In Honor of Janet P. Beatty —Santa Barbara Foundation In Honor of Amanda Berg —Michael E. Balmert, PhD (3) * In Honor of Marilyn P. Donnelly —Patrick and Rita Joyce (5) In Honor of Anne Marie Emanuel ’70 —Wendy Rapp Huffman ’98 In Honor of Martha Ezzell, PhD —Paula B. Day ’99, ’00 (5) —Mary P. Sapienza ’97 In Honor of Grace Ann Geibel, RSM ’61 —Anonymous Donor —Michael E. Balmert, PhD (3) * —Ting Ting Chung, PhD * —Marilyn Coleman —Maureen Crossen, PhD ’79 (3) * —Joyce A. Hallowes * —Dale Huffman, MFA * —Joann Rozsas Jabour ’79 —James M. Kelly, PhD (3) * —Jill M. Malobicky ’00 —Diane A. Matthews, PhD (5) * —Elaine J. Misko (5) —Cynthia M. Nicola, EdD ’78 (3) * —Sylvia C. Rhor, PhD * —Barbara A. Shema ’01 —Michele J. Upvall, PhD * —Linda A. VanKeuren * In Honor of Mary Paul Hickey, RSM ’51 —Margaret Skalski Begley ’68 (5) —Anita S. Dacal ’69 (5) * —Thomas and Katherine Freyvogel —Karen Cameron Scanlon ’66 In Honor of Dr. Clare Hopkins —Kelly Michelle Rock ’10

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In Honor of Dee Jardine —Michael E. Balmert, PhD (3) * In Honor of Jennifer Kirsch ’93 —Paul T. Kirsch * In Honor of Chantal Kline —Michael E. Balmert, PhD (3) * In Honor of Emily Kolek, PhD ’11 —Michael E. Balmert, PhD (3) * In Honor of Barbara Kraft’s ’83 Birthday —Susan Kraft Fussell —Frederick Kraft In Honor of Ashley Kunkle ’11 —Michael E. Balmert, PhD (3) * In Honor of Mercy Hospital School of Nursing —Marlene A. King ’90 (5) In Honor of Eleanor Keener Midgley ’43 —Karen M. Baker —Mary Ann Reddinger Miller ’71 (5) In Honor of Mary Ann Reddinger Miller ’71 —Elisa M. Miller —Lisa Miller In Honor of Chanessa Schuler —Michael E. Balmert, PhD (3) * In Honor of Jane Scully, RSM ’39 —Nancy T. Brown ’56 (5) —Priscilla Priscilla Regney ’56 (5) —Adrienne C. Walls ’80 In Honor of Dolores Somma’s ’53 80th Birthday —Karen Cook ’81 —David J. Masquelier In Honor of Rebekah Stern —Michael E. Balmert, PhD (3) * In Honor of Stephen Talpas’ Engagement —Kristin N. Brown ’08 (3) In Honor of Elicia Tedrow —Michael E. Balmert, PhD (3) * In Honor of Sara M. Walsh —Michael E. Balmert, PhD (3) * In Honor of Lois M. Wholey’s ’45 Birthday —Mark Robert Eck —Anne W. Rohrbach —Kathryn Margaret Vreeland —James B. Wholey

—Lois A. Wholey —Leonard Wholey —Megan Wholey —Robert L. Wholey —Rosalind H. Wholey —Wholey Petroleum, LLC In Honor of Dr. Marlene Winter ’59 —Joann Rozsas Jabour ’79 —Mary Galbraith Schall ’77 In Honor of Christina Zazzaro —Michael E. Balmert, PhD (3) *

† DECEASED * FACULTY/STAFF (3) THREE CONSECUTIVE YEARS OF GIVING (5) FIVE OR MORE CONSECUTIVE YEARS OF GIVING


IN-KIND GIFTS American Eagle Outfitters Andy Warhol Museum Atria’s Restaurant and Tavern Sara Marie Baldi ’77 Bender Consulting Services Mary Grace Bente ’80 Gloria Gallagher Berry ’53 Brook’s Hair Salon Dorothy Holden Bruecken ’50 Cabaret Backstreet Bar Cambria Suites Carnegie Science Center Claddagh Irish Pub Color Me Mine Melissa Colussi Marie Carr Connelly ’54 Pamela Elaine Coudriet ’06 Diana Rossi Coury ’55 Creative Hair Studio Culinary Concepts Pittsburgh Delallo’s Anna La Marca D’Eramo ’52 Jacqueline Dixon Ann Donahue Dreamweavers Dromoland Castle Mary C. Dunn ’91 Eat’n Park Anne Marie Emanuel ’70 (3) First Tee Pittsburgh Bonnie Fogle Forest Hills Transfer French Quarter Audrey Turlick Fusco ’51 Gloria Wilson Geisler ’54 Gidas Flowers Gift Baskets by Sisters Mimi Horrell Giroux ’57 Golf Club Washington John Hallis Hampton Inn

Mary Joy Haywood, RSM Samuel Hazo (3) Marie Cicone Heinle ’56 Mary Hines, PhD * Mary Beth Nagey Jaquay ’81 Jewel Thief Maureen Kartychak ’76 Marie Wolfe Kennedy ’49 Barbara Kraft ’83 Kathleen McClain Lee ’55 LeMont Restaurant Jenny MacBeth ’09 * Linda R. Madden-Brenholts ’88 * Joanne Malenock, PhD ’59 Maureen McBride ’75 Margaret McLaughlin * Judith Visyak Merzi ’65 Eleanor Keener Midgley ’43 Mary Ann Miller ’71 Margaret Monahan ’42 Mildred S. Myers, DA Pendletone Sandra Horney Petrosky ’65 Philip Pelusi Salon Beatrice Gazzola Pitassi ’65 Pittsburgh Cultural Trust Pittsburgh Musical Theater Pittsburgh Playhouse of Point Park Pittsburgh Public Theater Pittsburgh Zoo and PPG Aquarium Primanti Bros. Restaurant Qdoba Mexican Grill Priscilla Regney ’56 Marcia Rick River City Brass Band Mary Ann Scheib ’73 Senator John Heinz History Center Elissa Medore Sichi ’59 Sisters Forever Enterprises Bernadette Burger Skoczylas ’69 Angela Laubach Slocum ’58 Southpointe Golf Club Kae Coughlin Spark ’56

† DECEASED * FACULTY/STAFF (3) THREE CONSECUTIVE YEARS OF GIVING (5) FIVE OR MORE CONSECUTIVE YEARS OF GIVING

Sweetwater Grille Tailgaters Sports Bar and Grill Tapas Inspired Handiwork Irene T. Toma ’93 Barbara A. Urban ’58 Van Salon Venture Graphics Kathleen Coyne Ward Washington County Historical Society Washington Plaza Washington Wild Things Wyndham Grand Hotel Rose Woolley * Yanni Partners Zoological Society of Pittsburgh Renita Zumbo ’87

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$13,706,902

E N D OW M E N T TOTA L S B Y F I S CAL YEAR

$12,403,027

Over the years, generous alumnae/i, friends, and organizations have contributed special gifts to establish permanently endowed funds, thus ensuring that their intentions and Carlow’s needs are supported in perpetuity. These contributions have been made via outright gifts or through a bequest or other deferred gifts. Some have established named scholarships either in the donor’s name or in memory or in honor of a loved one, favorite teacher, or mentor, while others have provided a permanent source of funding for program support.

$11,946,302

Carlow’s Endowment: A Lasting Legacy

Chairman’s Circle: $1 million and above Magna Cum Laude Circle: $100,000 and above Cum Laude Circle: $25,000 and above Scholars Circle: $10,000 and above

$10,451,993

Summa Cum Laude Circle: $500,000 and above

Newly established funds are listed in italics.

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D E C EASED FAC ULTY/STAFF T H R EE CONSECUTIVE YE ARS OF GIVING F I V E CONSECUTIVE YEARS OF GIVING

2008

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2009

2010

2011


CARLOW UNIVERS I T Y

CHAIRMAN’S CIRC L E : $ 1 M I L L I O N A N D A B OV E

Michele R. Atkins Endowed Chair for Ethics Across the Curriculum Elsie Hilliard Hillman Endowment for the Grace Ann Geibel Institute for Justice and Social Responsibility Mercy Heritage Endowment SUMMA CUM LAU D E C I R C L E : $ 5 0 0 , 0 0 0 A N D A B OV E Marilyn P. Donnelly Distinguished Writer in Residence Endowment Donnelly Family and National Endowment for the Humanities Scholarship Sisters of Mercy Endowed Scholarship MAGNA CUM LAUD E C I R C L E : $ 1 0 0 , 0 0 0 A N D A B OV E Capozzi Kirr Endowment Challenge Dr. Nancy T. Caputo Endowed Scholarship Mary Hoffman Fricker Scholarship John and Evelyn Gannon Endowed Scholarships Graduate Endowed Scholarship Sister Rose Marie Hauber Endowed Scholarship William Randolph Hearst Scholarship Doris B. Hesselberg Endowed Scholarship Dr. Thomas A. Hopkins Communication Scholarship Bernard and Marguerite Phillips Singer Endowed Sciences Scholarship Sisters of Mercy Endowment for Faculty Excellence Regina and Dennis Stover Endowment Women of Spirit® Leadership Scholarship CUM LAUDE CIRCL E : $ 2 5 , 0 0 0 A N D A B OV E Joyce A. Bender Scholarship for Students with Disabilities Blieszner Family Endowed Scholarship Cadet Commemorative Scholarship Mary Cassidy ’37 Memorial Scholarship Dorothy Weber Cochran ’43 Fund for Excellence in Faculty Research and Scholarship Dorothy Weber Cochran ’43 Memorial Scholarship Martha Welsh Crane ’61 Scholarship Frances and Peter Dana Endowed Scholarship Doerfler Schmidt Families Endowment for the Mercy Center for Service Duquesne Light Company Scholarship Sister Rita Flaherty Endowed Scholarship Michele S. Fabrizi Woman of Spirit® Endowed Scholarship Anne Peiffer Frazer Memorial Scholarship Eunice Kendrick Giles ’49 Scholarship CARLOW UNI V E R S I T Y 47


“Upon graduation,

Patrie C. Gregory

Catherine Graham Servant Leader Award Louise A. Hartman ’50 Memorial Scholarship Clarice Rose Hensler ’39 and Mildred Hensler Poole ’44 Scholarship Endowment Sister Mary Paul Hickey Teachers Scholarship Mary A. and Frank J. Hren Memorial Scholarship Kathleen Wynne Hufnagel Memorial Scholarship Barbara Capozzi Kirr ’60 and David M. Kirr Endowment for Faculty Excellence Barbara E. Kraft ’83 Endowment for Theology Daniel B. Krochmal Endowed Scholarship Sister M. Loyola Endowed Scholarship McConomy Nursing Scholarship Helen P. McDonough ’49 Endowment for the Center for Faculty Excellence Marie Lageman McGann Memorial Scholarship Mary Ann McGinley ’50 Memorial Endowed Scholarship Anne DeNardo McGowan, JD ’60 Endowed Doctor of Nursing Practice Award Penny Nikolich McKenna Oakland Catholic Scholarship William Patrick McShea Endowed Scholarship Joanne Fox McVay, PhD ’54 Division of Natural Sciences/Biology Endowed Scholarship Rina Marie Menegaz, MSW ’49 and Renee Marie Menegaz, PhD ’49 Endowed Fund Dr. Eileen M. Mulhare Memorial Scholarship Endowment Paul Emmanuel Paul and Clara Dubrawka Paul Memorial Scholarship Ann Young Pontiere ’47 Endowed Scholarship Mary Lois Ruffennach ’49 Endowed Scholarship Rusnock, Marsalka and Nathan Families Scholarship Schaner Family Endowed Scholarship Mary Ann Scialabba, PhD ’48 Endowment for the Center for Faculty Excellence Janet Simon, PhD ’67 Woman of Spirit® Scholarship George J. and Maryellen Hagan Simpson Memorial Scholarship Sisters of Mercy Award for Excellence in Advising Mary Therese (Resie) Strauss-Noll ’57 Endowed Scholarship Theresa M. Sudetic ’59 Scholarship Ryan Swerbinski Family Endowed Scholarship Suzanne Henry Tighe ’68 Endowed Scholarship United States Steel Corporation Scholarship Jane Beck Wells ’37 Student Assistance Fund Maysie E. Wisnom Endowed Scholarship

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† DECEASED * FACULTY/STAFF (3) THREE CONSECUTIVE YEARS OF GIVING (5) FIVE OR MORE CONSECUTIVE YEARS OF GIVING

I am pursuing a master’s in counseling and later hope to earn a PhD in clinical psychology. My long-term goal is to open my own private practice counseling children and families ... I hope to open and franchise a youth center in urban areas across the United States. Thank you for your dedication and allowing me to be a recipient of the Eva Tansky Blum Endowed Scholarship!”


SCHOLARS CIRCL E : $ 1 0 , 0 0 0 A N D A B OV E Eva Tansky Blum Woman of Spirit® Scholarship Susan B. Bohn Woman of Spirit® Scholarship Tammi M. Brush ’98 Endowed Memorial Scholarship Father Andrew Chih Scholarship Beverly Jean Childs ’91 Memorial Scholarship for Carlow Hill College Leonard and Mary D. Clark Memorial Scholarship Hannah T. Clawson Endowed Scholarship Rose Marie DiNardo Memorial Endowed Scholarship in Environmental Studies Nancy Dunn ’55 Student Book Assistance Fund Sister Marylouise Fennell Endowed Scholarship Mary Grace Brennan Fitzgerald ’58 Endowed Scholarship Margaret Fox Nursing Class of 1962 Commemorative Endowed Scholarship Crescent Eddy Fuhrer Memorial Scholarship in Graduate Nursing Marva Harris Woman of Spirit® Endowed Scholarship Sister Mary Joy Haywood Scholarship Jacob A. and Frieda M. Hunkele Charitable Fund Marie C. Jennings Memorial Woman of Spirit® Scholarship Mary K. Edwards Krauser ’59 Memorial Scholarship Dr. Cornelius W. Kreke Award for Chemistry and Physics Ladies of Bethany Endowed Scholarship in Memory of Jacinta van Winkel, L.B. Lt. Colonel Charles R. Luke ’50 Scholarship Marlene B. Noel ’85 Endowed Scholarship Parry Family Endowed Science Scholarship Anna Mihalik Pupo Memorial Scholarship Margaret Scally Scott ’50 Memorial Scholarship Max and Esther Sestili Award for Excellence in Teaching Florence E. and Alfred J. Seubert Endowed Scholarship Mary Cook Tierney and James Michael Tierney Endowed Scholarship Anne Cray Tito ’50 Memorial Scholarship Margaret and Joseph Toomey Endowed Scholarship Lois M. Wholey ’45 Woman of Spirit® Scholarship Bishop Donald W. Wuerl Endowed Scholarship

“Thank you for awarding me the Mary Cassidy ’37 Memorial Scholarship ... When I was a senior in high school, my younger brother ... was diagnosed with a brain tumor ... I was amazed at the knowledge and compassion that the nurses taking care of him possessed ... as a result, I found my calling to be a nurse ... Your generous financial support will help me to make my dreams become a reality!”

Heidi Hollingsworth

† DECEASED * FACULTY/STAFF (3) THREE CONSECUTIVE YEARS OF GIVING (5) FIVE OR MORE CONSECUTIVE YEARS OF GIVING

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THE CAMPUS SCHOOL O F CA R LOW U N I V E R S I T Y

CHAIRMAN’S CIRCLE: $ 1 M I L L I O N A N D A B OV E Gailliot Family Chair for the Principal of the Carlow University Campus School SUMMA CUM LAUDE C I R C L E : $ 5 0 0 , 0 0 0 A N D A B OV E Staley Family Scholarship for the Campus School in Honor of Sister Mary Paul Hickey Staley Family Endowment for Faculty Excellence MAGNA CUM LAUDE C I R C L E : $ 1 0 0 , 0 0 0 A N D A B OV E Campus School Parents Endowment Campus School Founders Legacy Endowment for Faculty Excellence Donahue Family Fund Scholarship in Honor of Sister Mary Paul Hickey Mary J. Donnelly Foundation Campus School Endowment Emily Elizabeth Dorrance Scholarship Endowment Egler Family Scholarship for the Campus School in Honor of Sister Mary Paul Hickey Kelley Family Faculty Excellence Endowment Kelley Family Fund Scholarship in Honor of Sister Mary Paul Hickey CUM LAUDE CIRCLE: $ 2 5 , 0 0 0 A N D A B OV E Brown Family Fund Scholarship in Honor of Sister Mary Paul Hickey Calihan Family Scholarship for the Campus School in Honor of Sister Mary Paul Hickey Freyvogel Family Fund Scholarship in Honor of Sister Mary Paul Hickey Margot Gloninger Jones ’00 Memorial Scholarship Hickey Family Fund Scholarship in Honor of Sister Mary Paul Hickey Lisiak Family Fund for Faculty Excellence in Honor of Sister Mary Paul Hickey Petnuch Family Fund in Honor of Sister Mary Paul Hickey Sister Mary Louis Wohleber, RSM Scholarship Fund SCHOLARS CIRCLE: $ 1 0 , 0 0 0 A N D A B OV E Joseph A. Gilchrist Memorial Scholarship

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† DECEASED * FACULTY/STAFF (3) THREE CONSECUTIVE YEARS OF GIVING (5) FIVE OR MORE CONSECUTIVE YEARS OF GIVING

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Roster of Volunteers Many thanks to our cadre of dedicated people—our volunteers—the lifeblood of Carlow University. We are deeply grateful to them for sharing their time, energy, and talents in our mission to transform lives. We gratefully acknowledge with heartfelt thanks the following individuals who took a leadership role or provided tireless service during the past fiscal year. Thank you for your loyalty!

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D E C EASED FAC ULTY/STAFF T H R EE CONSECUTIVE YE ARS OF GIVING F I V E CONSECUTIVE YEARS OF GIVING

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CA R LOW U N I V E R S I T Y Judy Abrams Ashley Ayers ’09 Keri Baker ’11 Jean Similo Baldwin ’61 Michael Balmert, PhD * Emily R. Bechtel ’07 Linda Bechtol Sue R. Beers, PhD Mary Grace Parme Bente ’80 Jessica Boudakian Elizabeth E. Brown ’08 Esther L. Bush Rose Carberry Sheila A. Carney, RSM ’67 * Felicia Cianciarulo, PhD ’98 * Dina Clark Morton Coleman, PhD Pamela E. Coudriet ’06, ’10 Joan Melore Davis ’56 Tina Davis ’06, ’10 Cindy Pringle DeFillippo ’71 John Denny Doryleé Domínguez ’67 Ann Donoghue Mary Sebula Dunn ’91 Barbara Sleeper Feeley ’66 Debbie Fetterman Michelle Figlar Cheryl Fogarty, EdD Elizabeth Lee Fogarty, PhD Ronald Forys Jonny Frank Rachel Furman * Audrey Turlick Fusco ’51 Lois Brown Gaffney ’41 Grace Ann Geibel, RSM, PhD ’61 Carol Doyle Glock ’75 Susan Goodwin Tad T. Gorske, PhD Bob Grossman CPA/ABV, ASA, CVA, CBA Irvin P. R. Guyett, PhD Mary Joy Haywood, RSM ’60 * Marie Cicone Heinle ’56 Lisa Henry


Constance Holloway ’04 Lucille Holtz, RSM ’62 Lynette Horrell Lisa R. Sproul Hoverman ’01 Thomas W. Hubbell Mary Kalnas Katherine Keane James M. Kelly, LSW, PhD Diane Kemp Christine Kennedy Jeff Klink Emily Kolek ’11 Sara “Sally” Mercurio Kowal ’76 Ashley Kunkle ’11 Barbara E. Kraft ’83 Rosemary Laboon, RSM ’57 Belinda LaFon ’06 Monica Lamar Dorothy Kaiser Lamb ’38 Kathleen McClain Lee ’55 Andrea Leyko Carrol Gagliardi Lund ’66 Jenny MacBeth ’75, ’09 * Judith Mahoney Joanne Malenock, PhD ’59 Lupe Saavedra Mangan ’85 Teresa Manning ’90 Tara Marks ’07 Maureen McBride ’75 Tonya McClendon-Todd ’07 Katie McCorkle, PhD Maureen McHugh, PhD Rosemary McLaughlin Elizabeth McMillan, RSM ’60 Christopher Meaner * Heidi Hylton Meier, DBA, CPA ’77 Eleanor Keener Midgley ’43 Mary Ann Reddinger Miller ’71 Terry Miller Perry Minnis Art Molitor, EdD Margaret A. Monahan ’76 Rosemary Moriarty Carol Anton Murphy ’57 Jennifer Murphy Ray Naar, PhD

Rod Necciai Audia Russo Otto ’71 Kathleen Pollock Panepinto ’66 Kerry E. Paustenbach ’93 Sandra Horney Petrosky ’65 Maria Piantanida, PhD Beatrice Gazzola Pitassi ’65 Inez McCoy Plunkett ’46 Kristen Priganc Andrew Richards Sally Rifugiato Kelly Rock, DNP ’10 Bruce Rohrs, PhD Shelley Roisen, PhD Cassie Greco Ruane ’65 Nancy Rustic Terrie Sackett, SPHR Annette Santella Mary Ann Scheib ’73 Ronald Schuler, Esq. Harriet L. Schwartz, PhD Marsetta Schweiger Jane Scully, RSM ’39 Leah Scott ’11 William Seeman, EdD G. David Sivak Bernadette Burger Skoczylas ’69 Angela Laubach Slocum ’58 Jennifer Snyder-Duch, PhD * Margaret Sollon Kimberly Spampinato ’06 Kae Coughlin Spark ’56 Micheline Stabile, EdD Karyn Z. Sproles, PhD * Sara Sumpter Margaret Swick ’10 Cyndi Syskowski Emily Szitas Debbie GrimesTalarico ’73 Rhonda Taliaferro T.L. Tassone Irene T. Toma ’93 Michele Upvall, PhD * Donna Vereb ’84 Richard Volpatti, EdD Cynthia Wallace

Sheila Washington ’79 Terry Prendergast Weis ’56 Carolyn Wenning ’93 Roselyn Wilkinson Christine Aikens Wolfe ’70, ’99 Lisa Wolfe ’99 Charlene Boyle Wolford ’86 Denise Yates Paul Zikmund Rachelle Zomak ’91 Renita Ann Zumbo ’87

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CAMPUS SCHOOL OF CARLOW UNIVERSITY Ghassan and Nayla Abu-Hamad Ignatios and Susan Alexander Maria Allie Tamim Alnaser and Reem Mulla Christine and George Andrews Sandeep and Anju Arora David Arturo and Christine Camsuzou David and Andrea Badway Michael Baltusavich and Holly Harmon Beau and Donna Barotti Andrew and Lisa Barton Geoffrey Becker Gregory and Beth Berkebile David A. Bertus Vashishta and Mary Bhaskar Timothy and Josette Bidlack Rhonda Blackburn Guy Blellock and Anne Louise Fay Thad Bobula and Amy Bills Carl Bonner and Cydra Vaux Emily Boris Lori Boyd J.G. and Demeatria Gibson Brocelle David and Lorraine Buck Alfred and Julie Burgo James and Helen Burkholder Kirk Burkley and Panny Zacharias Mark and Marsha Bushnell Thomas Cahill and Ann Mathias David and Katy Caliguiri Joseph Carcillo and Joan Diegel-Carcillo Andres Cardenes and Monique Mead Henry and Dana Casale Carla Casamayor Warren and Laura Cecconi Rabih Chaer and Rana Billeh Anna Cillo Joseph and Jeanne Cirilano John and Jennifer Ciroli Ryan and Tayamka Clark

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Susan Coe James and Stephanie Conrad Stefano Coraluppi and Stefania Pianetti Edward and Mary Ellen Cuccaro Christopher and Jacquelyn Cynkar Tim and Michelle Dawson Richard Deckard Brian and Catherine DelBarba Victor and Allyson Delnore Essam Demian and Myriam Abdel-Malek Joseph and Karen DiVito Richard and Maribeth Donley Joseph Duch and Jennifer Snyder-Duch Steven and Kristen Dumblosky Jeffrey Eppinger and Frances Modugno Tiona Evans Regina Farabaugh Ross and Joan Fazio Lawrence Fenk and Racquel Gomez Steven Franckhauser and Amy Barry Jerome and Yolanda Frank Christopher and Rachel Furman William and Nancy Gatti Denise Gaynor Greg and Karen Gerlach John P. and Lisa Gismondi Jonathan and Jody Glance Scott Glassmith and Rachelle Wassel John and Pamela Goodell Amit and Sarkia Goulatia Shauntel Green Melinda Guinn and Michael Ashley-Rollman Michael Hannon and Lisa Campoli Glenn and Maria Hariston John W. and Laurie Hart Michael and Maria Healey James and Irene Hils Keya Hosseinzadeh and Maha Torabi Nairobi Howze Mary Huzinec Jan and Frances Irvin Barbara Jensen Sirichai Jirachertchoowong and Pensiri Montien

Tonya Johnson Jung Soo Kang and Jin A Hong Richard Kelly and Jennifer Pesci-Kelly Robert and Mary Kiernan Junggon Kim and Soyoun Shin Dan Kim and Christine Wu Tae-Hoon Kim and Seol-Hee Yang Paul and Linda Kostyak Jeffrey and Lisa Krackow Nagen and Vimukthi Kurukulasuriya James and DeAnna Kwiecinski Donald and Jill Kyle Bill and Heneet Laffin Christian Lebiere and Theresa Colecchia Tsenolo Leche and Ella Kwisnek Peter and Susan Lee Andrew MacGinnitie and Marissa Flaviano Ashith and Seema Mally John and Christine Manges Gavin and Amy Mallard Mann Jack Marmorstein and Karyn Sproles Antonio Martinez-Eskenasy and Monica Eskenasy Linda Massaro Charles Masterson and Carolyn Ellis Dilla Mastralangelo Karen Mazzotta Kevin and Rosalyn McCorkle Charles and Yvonne and McKinnon Robert and Kriston McMichael Uwe Meier and Susanne Burger Francesco Memoli and Simona Bertoli Jeff Miller and Tammy Hughes Michael Murphy and Cynthia Politano Catalin and Gabriela Mustrata Anne Nemer Yuen-Keng Ng and Vivian W. Y. Lui Thomas and Dana O’Connor Timothy and Mary Ottie Michael and Alicia Palladino Raymond and Lis Pan David and Roy Parlour Alan and Cindy Patterson China Payne

† DECEASED * FACULTY/STAFF (3) THREE CONSECUTIVE YEARS OF GIVING (5) FIVE OR MORE CONSECUTIVE YEARS OF GIVING


Thomas Pellathy and Staphanie Vega Ronald and Susan Petnuch Michael and Sarah Posti John and Svetlana Price Ravi Ramani and Chrstianna Kreiss Reed Reavis and Sarah Law-Reavis Jeffrey and Jacqueline Reinbold Linda Rembold Joseph and Jennifer Roberts Allen Robinson and Kathy Lachenauer Paul Rosenblatt and Petra Fallaux Lynn Rush John and Melanie Russel Norman and Patricia Sadeh-Koniecpol Jeffrey Salipante and Linda King David and Amy Schaarsmith Theodore and Theresa Schroeder Domenici Sciulli and Ana Marie Mieles M. Najeeb and Nazia Farzin Shafiq Heather Shannon Arthur Signorella and Kristin Frederick Jesse and Emily Simpson Didar Singh and Manjit Kaur Robert Spence and Chastity Thompson Scott Stern and Paula Cerrone Donald Stewart and Cynthia Tonet-Stewart Susan Straud Jerry Stubenhofer and Tara O’Brien Tracie Stufft Brian and Jo-Anne Suffaletto Michael and Megan Sullivan Henry Suwalsko John and Angela Tondra Andrew and Jennifer Topping R. Randall Trachet and Anne Shaheen Werner Troesken and Patricia Beeson Jamie Vergona Jack and Cynthia Vogel Kevin Wagstaff and Mary Cerrone Yong Wan and Liping Song Patrick and Anne Ward Robert and Cynthia Warden Jonathan Wasko and Mary Chester Wasko

Judith Westray Joshua and Stephanie Wilsey Kenneth and Natalie Wilson Janis Burley Wilson Roland Woods and Joan Payne-Germany Wayne Wu and Alison Barth Noriko Yamaguchi Mark and Kris Yanalitis Dildora Zaripova

† DECEASED * FACULTY/STAFF (3) THREE CONSECUTIVE YEARS OF GIVING (5) FIVE OR MORE CONSECUTIVE YEARS OF GIVING

“You have gotten me closer to achieving my ultimate goal of starting my career as a Perfusionist! By awarding me the Ryan Swerbinski Family Endowed Scholarship ... you have lightened my financial burden ... I know that I would not have gotten this far without help from people as caring as you. Thank you so much! Your generosity has really touched my heart. I hope that one day I can help someone achieve their goals just like you have helped me.”

Erica M. Powell

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The Callaghan Society Members Callaghan Society members are part of the Carlow University geneology that began in 1822, when the Callaghans, the adoptive parents of Catherine McAuley, founder of the Sisters of Mercy, made her the sole heir of their estate in Dublin. At that moment, they could not possibly have imagined the enormous good their bequest would accomplish over the next two centuries. Today, legacy commitments from Callaghan Society members through their wills, trusts, or other estate gifts ensure the vitality and development of Carlow University and its Mercy-inspired mission from one generation to the next. List is complete as of November 3, 2011. New members are listed in italics.

† * ( 3 ) ( 5 )

D E C EASED FAC ULTY/STAFF T H R EE CONSECUTIVE YE ARS OF GIVING F I V E CONSECUTIVE YEARS OF GIVING

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Anonymous Martha Ayers Barber ’70 Sheila McCarthy Begg ’63 Constance and Michael Berry Rita Blieszner ’46 † Edward and Mary Ann Gill Bober ’54 Betty McGuinness Boucek ’39 Dorothy Boardman Boyer ’43 Carol Brown Nancy H. Hanks Burnett ’68 Joan Jankowski Cameron ’72 Nancy Caputo, MD ’44 † Myles Cassidy † Beverly Childs ’91, ’97 † Elizabeth Lawler Christensen ’88 Rachel Rae O’Toole Ciummo ’93 Cinda Heist Clark ’72 Dorothy Weber Cochran ’43 † Karen L. Cooper ’96 Mary Carol Hawkins Cotruzzola ’63 Martha Welsh Crane ’61 Debbie Talotta Crisafio ’77 Mary Margaret Cummins ’38 † Sue Ann Dal Sasso ’91 † Frances and Peter Dana † Peggy King Daugherty ’49 Jocelyn K. Debick ’94 Lois Devereaux ’44 † Veronica McGinley Devlin ’39 † Virginia DiPucci Frances Ranallo DiVella ’45 George and Eileen Dorman ’54 Mary Elizabeth Canterna Douglass, PhD ’67 Maryann Dzama, EdD ’64 Carolyn Greco Eller ’55 † Louis Engleberg † Catherine Campbell Evers ’52 Michele S. Fabrizi ’75 Patricia Lupinacci Falbo ’64 Phyllis Balkovitz Fassio ’69 Peter Flaherty, Esq. ’50 † Lois Reid Folino ’78 Margaret M. Fox, RN, EdD ’62 Anne Marie Peiffer Frazier ’40 † Mary Ellen Freil ’53 Catherine Frisch ’47 Chrystel Gabrich, PhD *


Kathryn Gardner, EdD ’64 Nancy Gartz ’82 † Eunice Kendrick Giles ’49 † Albert Giordano ’50 Ruth Golden † Phyllis Connors Hartt ’57 Valerie Haus ’79 Vera Oblak Hawkins ’55 Catherine Blank Haynes ’50 Clarice R. Hensler ’39 † Kenneth Hesselberg † Rev. John P. Hickey † Susan Hirsch ’81 Linda Pyle Holsing ’83 Dorothy Hopkins Dr. Thomas A. Hopkins, Jr. † Dorothy Holley Joann Rozsas Jabour ’79 Judith Scheffner Jones ’71 Barbara A. Keane ’52 Sister Kristina Marie Kendralla ’82 Marita D. Kenna, MD ’45 Margaret M. Kennedy ’52 † JoAnn Skowronek Kerr ’60 Bernadette Kersting ’68 Richard and Sara Mercurio Kowal ’76 Barbara E. Kraft ’83 David B. Krochmal † Alice Leban Lipscomb ’46 Mary Anne Haben Loeffler ’51 † Mary Louise Loeffler ’38 † William and Marie Lowry Lt. Colonel Charles R. Luke ’50 † Kathleen Madigan ’68 Louise Reiber Malakoff, JD, ’67 Tessie (Anastasia) Mantzoros ’42 Frances McCormick ’68 Leona McGann ’40 † Joan Dougherty McKeegan ’53 Mary McNally † Alice McNulty † Ruth N. Meighen † Patricia Meighen Melby ’49 Donna Johnston Metz ’88 Melissa E. McGregor Morgano ’99 Thelma Lovette Morris ’70 Susan Pivirotto Moyer ’82

Eileen Mulhare, PhD ’72 † Elizabeth Holtz Murphy ’71 Catherine Murray Joan Atkins Neuwar ’58 Sally O’Connor Colleen Gurlea Paige ’87 Margaret Kvaka Parke ’52 Carolyn Ehni Partridge ’45 † Andrew and Elizabeth Trench Payer ’68 Cornelia Regetz Pepoy ’62 Sandra Horney Petrosky ’65 Karen Havey Petruny ’72 Beatrice Gazzola Pitassi ’65 Rosanne and Robert Poden Mildred Hensler Poole ’44 Patricia Riesmeyer Pope ’69 Lois Wanner Richards ’58 Kathleen and Michael Rosella, DDS Mary Ann Sestili, PhD ’61 Tom and Mary McCartan Sheedy ’56 Elissa Medore Sichi ’59 Barbara Simpson ’69 Bernard J. Singer ’50 † Marguerite Phillips Singer ’45 † Bernadette Burger Skoczylas ’69 Annemarie and George Smeltzer Jeanne R. Diana Smith ’86 Paula Sneed Mary Therese (Resie) Strauss-Noll, PhD ’57 † Virginia Harnett Sullivan ’80 † The Honorable Stephanie Domitrovich Susmarski ’76 Andrea Thomas-Niapas ’75 Doris Benzenhoefer Tobin, MD, ’50 Margaret Troha ’69 Lauren J. King Valentine ’88 Margaret Gehring Volinsky ’69 Mary Louise O’Callaghan Weber ’44 † Betty Friedel Weiland ’42 Jane Beck Wells ’37 Caroline Joyce Whitby ’56 Marlene Wasylik Yospyn ’62 Micaela Young ’68 Jacqueline Zalumas ’69 Ann F. Zilionis ’47 †

“I am proud to be the recipient of this year’s Graduate Endowed Scholarship ... thanks to your generosity I am able to further my education and pursue my MBA at Carlow. Currently, I work as the director of an Alzheimer’s/ Dementia unit at a long-term care facility. I decided to pursue my MBA in order to further my career in the field of healthcare and to be able to continue helping people who are in need ... thank you for making the commitment to assist graduate students in their studies.”

Emily Applegarth

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The University relies on The Carlow Fund to provide immediate expendable income for Carlow’s core mission: teaching and scholarship.

Ways to Give to Carlow MAKE A SECURE GIFT O N L I N E

SPECIAL PURPOSE GIVING

You can give online through our secure server with your MasterCard, VISA, or Discover Card. You can also make a gift of cash or make a gift of securities.

Meaningful gifts of any size, to a designated project that can be funded in ways similar to Carlow Fund gifts; to advance the educational purposes of Carlow University.

MEMORIAL/IN HONOR G I V I N G

E N D OW M E N T G I V I N G

An honor or memorial gift will help you honor someone special in your life or remember a loved one who is no longer with you.

Make a gift to permanently established funds which support scholarship, special student needs, faculty development, or special programs.

MATCHING GIFTS

T H E CA L L AG H A N S O C I E T Y

Over 1,000 corporations offer charitable matching gifts programs; donors and spouses should check with their company’s human resources office for details and to obtain the proper form to mail to Carlow.

Planned giving or legacy commitments from Callaghan Society members through their wills, trusts, or other estate gifts ensure the vitality and development of Carlow University and its Mercy-based mission from one generation to the next.

REUNION YEAR GIVING Reunion Year Giving is an important component of The Carlow Fund in support of our Mercy-based mission and goals. Increasing scholarship assistance is Carlow’s top priority and has been for 77 years. Class gifts honor the anniversary of a particular graduation year.

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The Carlow Fund is used where the need is greatest and allows Carlow to seize new opportunities.

Other Gifts to Consider APPRECIATED SE C U R I T I E S

RETIREMENT PLANS

The IRS allows you one of its most significant tax breaks for gifts of appreciated securities.

The balance of your retirement plan, including your IRA, may be worth more when donated to Carlow University than to your heirs.

REAL ESTATE Make a gift to Carlow University through a donation of residential, commercial, or undeveloped real estate through your home or no longer used vacation property. LIFE INSURANCE Turn a policy whose coverage you no longer need into a gift to Carlow University, or purchase a new policy with Carlow as owner and/or beneficiary. PERSONAL PROPE R T Y Donate books, artwork, or equipment and secure an income tax deduction.

C H A R I TA B L E R E M A I N D E R A N N U I T Y T R U S T S Transfer cash, securities, or other appreciated property into an annuity trust. The trust makes fixed annual payments to you or to the beneficiaries you name. When the trust terminates, the principal passes to Carlow University. C H A R I TA B L E R E M A I N D E R U N I T R U S T S A separately invested and managed charitable trust that pays a percentage of the principal, re-valued annually, to you, your spouse, or other income beneficiaries for life or a maximum term of 20 years.

BUSINESS INTERE S T S Give Carlow University an interest in a closely-held or family business.

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Information Compiled and Verified by the Office of University Advancement: Karen Elliott Galentine, MS Vice President for the Office of University Advancement Anita Sammartino Dacal ’69 Executive Director for University Advancement Linda R. Madden-Brenholts ’88 Director of The Carlow Fund Rose M. Woolley Director of Alumnae/i Relations Christy L. Dennison Stewardship/Donor Relations Administrator

CR E D I T S

Stephanie Nelson Senior Database Administrator

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Lacey N. Fetcko Executive Assistant to the Vice President for University Advancement Jennifer B. Dittrich Administrative Assistant

Legacy is Produced in Cooperation with University Communications and External Relations: Louise Cavanaugh Sciannameo, MLA Vice President for University Communications and External Relations Andrew G. Wilson Director, Media Relations Alison Juram D’Addieco, MST Special Projects Manager Lauren Fatica Boeh, MBA Senior Graphic Designer


This report recognizes volunteer service and gifts made during Carlow’s fiscal year beginning July 1, 2010 and ending June 30, 2011. We have made every effort to ensure the accuracy of the contents. However, if you find an error, please provide corrections to: Jennifer Dittrich at 412.578.6120 or jbdittrich@carlow.edu. Carlow University, as an educational institution and as an employer, values equality of opportunity, human dignity, and racial/ethnic and cultural diversity. Accordingly, the University prohibits and will not engage in discrimination or harassment on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, gender, age, martial status, familial status, sexual orientation, disability, or status as a disabled veteran or a veteran of the Vietnam era. Further, the University will continue to take affirmative steps to support and advance these values consistent with the University’s mission. This policy applies to admissions, employment, and access to and treatment in University programs and activities. This is a commitment made by the University and is in accordance with federal, state, and/or local laws and regulations. For information on University equal opportunity and affirmative action programs and complaint/ grievance procedures, please contact Andra Tokarsky, Director of Human Resources and Affirmative Action Officer, Carlow University, 3333 Fifth Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15213, 412.578.8897.

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