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legacy the benefactor report | carlow university | 2012–2013


ON THE COVER Leaders of today and tomorrow: Carlow Student Government Association members join Michele Rehfeld Atkins ’82, 2012–2013 vice chair and 2013–2014 chair of the Carlow University Board of Trustees. From left to right: Dulcinea Parker, Eyasha Barron, Brian Vratoric, Vanessa Whiteman, Michele Atkins, Justin Harshbarger, Rhonda Ekwunoh, and Allison Cox.


A Message from the President

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Financial Highlights

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2012-2013 Board of Trustees

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CO N T EN T S

Spotlights: • Carlow Fund Challenge

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• Ground-Breaking Campaign

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• Family Supports Carlow Tradition

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• Recent Graduate Gives Back

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• The Campus School

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• EITC Funding

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• The Science of Scholarships

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• Student-Athlete Success

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• National Philanthropy Day

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2012-2013 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 OUR BENEFACTORS A Message from the President Dear Carlow University Benefactors: Since this past July, when I assumed the presidency of this extraordinary institution based on Mercy values, I have had the honor of meeting many of Carlow’s benefactors. For some of you, your desire to give stems from your experiences during your time at Mount Mercy College, Carlow College, or Carlow University. For others, it is because you recognize Carlow University as an exceptional institution of higher education that, with your financial support, can reach new heights and assist even more students. In fact, for many of our students, achieving a college degree would be a dream and not a reality if it were not for your generosity. While there may be differing reasons why each of you give to Carlow, there is one constant theme. If I had to describe in one sentence why our benefactors are committed to Carlow University it would be this: You believe that Carlow University, its faculty and students, can make a difference in the world. This publication provides us with an opportunity to highlight, through the stories we share, our ongoing commitment to excellence in everything that we do. This, of course, is just a sampling of Carlow’s achievements. You will be able to read more of our shared successes in the next issue of the Carlow University Magazine, which will be published next month. Additionally, our new website (www.carlow.edu) features regular story updates and alumni, donor, faculty, and student spotlights. Thank you for your demonstrated commitment to Carlow University. I am delighted to have this opportunity to express my gratitude to you and to share with you this issue of Legacy. Sincerely,

Suzanne Mellon, PhD President, Carlow University

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2012–2013

2012–2013 B OARD OF TRU STE E S

Financial Highlights REVENUE 70% 16%

TU I TI O N A N D F E E S A U XI L I A R Y E N TE R P R I SE S

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G I F TS A N D G R A N TS

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E XPENDITUR ES 2 8%

I N STR U CTI O N

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ACA D E MI C SU P P O R T 23%

I N STI TU TI O N A L SU P P O R T

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SC HO L A R SHI P S A N D F E L LOWSHI P S

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STU D E N T SE R V I C E S 1 2%

A U XI L I A R Y E N TE R P R I SE S

8%

O P E R ATI O N /MA I N TE N A N C E O F P HY SI CA L P L A N T

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D E P R E C I ATI O N , I N TE R E ST, A N D OTHE R E XP E N SE S

SOUR CES OF GIVI NG 2 0%

A LU MN I

14%

TR U STE E S, FO R ME R TR U STE E S, TR U STE E S E ME R I TI 61%

1 .5% 3.5%

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Deborah L. Acklin Michele R. Atkins, Vice Chair Joyce A. Bender Kathleen W. Buechel JoAnne Courneen, RSM John R. Denny, Jr. Jackie Dixon, Secretary John K. Gisleson Jeanne Gleason Deborah F. Graver Paula J. Hasbach, Treasurer Patricia Mary Hespelein, RSM, Vice Chair, Mission Mary Beth Jenkins Karen Dunn Kelley Daniel J. Lebish Louise R. Malakoff, JD Diane C. Matje, RSM Cecilia Murphy, RSM, PhD Mildred S. Myers, DA Helene E. Paharik George L. Pry, MA, Chair Lourdes Sanchez Ridge Theresa A. Scotti Judith Stojhovic, RSM George R. Whitmer, MPA James A. Wilkinson, JD TRU STE E S E ME RI TI Judith Davenport Anna Marie Goetz, RSM Helen Hanna Casey Elsie Hillman Kevin Kearns Eileen McConomy Jane Scully, RSM Mary Ann Sestili Regina Stover David Williams

FRIENDS

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CARLOW FUND CHALLENGE Michele Atkins and Elsie Hillman Challenge Alumni Michele Rehfeld Atkins ’82, chair of Carlow’s Board of Trustees, likes a good challenge. A straight-A student in high school, Atkins completed one year of college but was forced to take time off to earn funding for her education. The year was 1963. She soon married and moved to Texas when her husband, Pat Atkins, became a faculty member in the Department of Environmental Health Engineering at the University of Texas at Austin. Atkins recalls being the only faculty wife who did not have a college degree—a fact that continued to gnaw at her. When the family ended their journey in Pittsburgh, Atkins was challenged to finally finish what she’d started. “We were driving on Route 19,” she remembers. “Our kids were maybe 6 and 8, and I was again bemoaning the fact that I never finished my degree.” Knowing just how much education meant to his wife, Pat pulled the car over at the busy Fort Couch Road intersection, turned to Michele, and encouraged her go for it. Find the right program, he told her. Enroll. There is no time like the present.

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That was the deciding moment, recalls Atkins. She accepted the challenge and enrolled, at age 32, as an undergraduate at Carlow College. Since completing her bachelor’s degree in sociology in 1982, Atkins has worked professionally in not-for-profit management, strategic planning, fundraising, and governance for such organizations as the Makea-Wish Foundation, the American Lung Association, Gilda’s Club of New York City, and the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh. Most recently, she was president and CEO of Heritage Community Initiatives of Braddock, Pa. She wants to make sure others have the same opportunities that she has had. “My husband and I were both the first in our families to go to college,” says Atkins. “We feel a huge responsibility to ensure that others are also able to go to college and graduate.” This past Spring, Michele and Pat Atkins created a ground-breaking $50,000 challenge towards The Carlow Fund, matching all gifts, dollar for dollar, up to that amount, through June 30, 2013. The Carlow Fund provides financial support to student scholarships

and financial aid, technology enhancements, library resources, and faculty development. The Atkins’ challenge was answered by Carlow supporters in just five weeks—and was soon enhanced by trustee emerita Elsie Hillman, who doubled the challenge to make it $100,000. “Carlow University is and has always been a very special place in Pittsburgh and in my heart,” says Hillman. “As a former trustee, I learned so much about the Mercy tradition and wonderful approach to higher education, especially for those young, bright women who choose Carlow. Carlow will always have my support.” When the challenge reached completion, Carlow Fund donations totaled $544,889—a huge, unprecedented success. Atkins is thrilled by this accomplishment and motivated by fellow donors’ desire to see the University grow and thrive. “Carlow helped to shape why I did what I did with my professional life,” she says. “It’s where I learned that I wanted to make a difference.”

Michele Rehfeld Atkins ’82

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GROUND-BREAKING CAMPAIGN Alumni Support Propels Carlow Toward Comprehensive Campaign While Carlow University’s Comprehensive Campaign may be quietly moving forward toward its public phase, alumni support has been anything but quiet. Propelled into motion by the 40 diverse members of the National Alumni Campaign Leadership Council, Carlow alums have raised $8.4 million toward their $10 million goal. That’s nearly one third of the Comprehensive Campaign’s $37 million overall goal. During the 2012-2013 fiscal year, these efforts have supported a new University Commons; endowment growth; and the Carlow Fund—including the new 1929 Society honoring Carlow’s 1929 founding by the Sisters of Mercy. The early stages of the campaign emphasized leadership gifts and personal contact with alumni across the nation. And, according to the leadership council’s alumni division co-chairs, there is something ground-breaking going on. “We are in the middle of an evolution,” says co-chair Barbara Kraft ’83. Already, this is the most successful alumni campaign in University history. Kraft came to Carlow at age 40 to complete her bachelor of science degree

in nursing, with a second major in theology and ministry. She has spent most of her professional career in diocesan education. A former alumni board president, she founded the Barbara E. Kraft ’83 Endowment for Theology and actively volunteers with students. “I have a feeling of responsibility to tell others, ‘look here, do you know what we have in this city, and what it has to offer?’” says Kraft. Co-chair and Carlow trustee Jeanne Adamson Gleason ’60 points out that every member of Carlow’s Board of Trustees has made a major gift to the capital campaign. “It shows real faith in the institution,” she says. “It’s a real incentive for alumni to give back.” Gleason’s undergraduate degree in sociology and anthropology led her to a development career in music and the arts. “We were recipients of other peoples’ generosity,” says Gleason. “Students of today need this even more than we did. We need to help them accomplish their goals.” The council’s third co-chair, Nancy Stuever ’73 is today the graduate nursing program chair at Marian University in Fond du Lac, Wisconsin. She credits Carlow for her success.

“Carlow gave me a chance to go to school when I wasn’t getting many chances,” she recalls. The oldest of five children raised by a single mother, Stuever was not sure how she would be able to afford college. “We were on welfare for a period of time,” she recalls. “There were few resources.” Thanks to financial aid and scholarship support from Carlow, Stuever completed her bachelor of science degree in nursing and went on to receive a master’s from Pitt and a doctorate from the University

National Alumni Campaign Leadership Council co-chairs L-R: Jeanne Gleason ’60, Barbara Kraft ’83, and Nancy Stuever ’73.

of Phoenix. She and her husband endowed Carlow’s Maysie E. Wisnom Endowed Scholarship, in honor of her mother. “Carlow provided me with the education and basis for everything I’ve been able to do,” emphasizes Stuever. She is excited to motivate others to give to their alma mater, as well. “My husband and I are alumni of four schools,” says Stuever. “Over the years, we chose Carlow to be the primary school we give to, because it gives so much back to the community it serves.”

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FAMILY SUPPORTS CARLOW TRADITION The Midgleys Go Bowling 4 Bucks to Support Their University When her family was searching for a way to honor Eleanor Keener Midgley, an alumna from the class of 1943, they knew it had to revolve around Carlow University. “Carlow is a very integral part of the Midgley family tradition,” said Elizabeth Eleanor Erwin Brown, who shares an alma mater with her grandmother as a 2008 graduate in elementary education. “Ever since I could walk, I have been attending functions at Carlow with my grandmother.” Some of Brown’s earliest memories are going to the annual Christmas parties, where Midgley handmade elf suits for her granddaughters to wear when they stood next to Santa. She also remembers attending the Rosie Hauber Scholarship Luncheon, and going on lunch dates with her grandmother and Sisters of Mercy. When the family surprised Midgley several years ago with a scholarship in her name, she was excited beyond words. “I never thought I’d have a scholarship named in my honor,” she said. “They couldn’t have done anything better for me.” To endow the scholarship, her family wracked their brains for something they could do as a fundraiser.

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“Eleanor has three passions in her life: her faith, her family, and Carlow,” said Brown. “So when we started brainstorming fundraising ideas, we knew it had to be a family friendly event. We wanted something families could enjoy together. Who doesn’t love bowling?” Brown and her cousin Emily Bechtel, a 2007 graduate of the professional counseling program at Carlow, are the co-chairs of Bowling 4 Bucks, the annual event to raise money for the Eleanor Keener Midgley ’43 Endowed Scholarship. Midgley, Brown, and Bechtel are also on the Carlow Alumni Board. Bowling 4 Bucks has grown for the three years they’ve been hosting it. The first year there were about 18 people in attendance, and that grew to more than 50 the following year. In 2012, the event attracted 80 people, and the hope is that it will continue to grow. “We have about $2,000 to $3,000 left until the scholarship is fully endowed,” said Brown. “We would like to extend the Bowling 4 Bucks experience not only to our families and current donors but to the entire Carlow community.”

The Midgley family makes it clear that the reason the event continues to grow is because of the honoree. “Eleanor Mae is an amazing woman,” says Kathryn Midgley, another granddaughter and another student at Carlow, where she is currently a junior in the forensic accounting program. “She’s the reason our family is what it is. We are a force. She has taught us to be strong in the face of adversity, to fight for what is right, and to help those who cannot help themselves.”

Eleanor Midgley ’43 and family at the Rose Marie Hauber Scholarship Luncheon 2013.

Eleanor Midgley has been a trailblazer for her family in life and at Carlow. Now, thanks to her family, future students will get the opportunity to experience the Carlow spirit that Eleanor—and the rest of the Midgley family—exudes. “Our grandmother’s dedication to her faith and to Carlow have always been inspiring,” said Bechtel. “The scholarship felt like the best way to celebrate her and it has been an honor to co-chair the event. We hope more members of the Carlow family will join us in the future!”


RECENT GRADUATE GIVES BACK Miles Against Melanoma Scholarship Strikes G.O.L.D. for Jessica Vega-Rogowicz A decade ago, Jessica Vega-Rogowicz might have had a different association for the word “gold”—as in a golden tan. “During my college years, I was unaware of the damaging effect of sun and tanning bed exposure,” said Vega-Rogowicz, who graduated from Carlow in 2004 with a dual degree in elementary and special education. “I vacationed yearly at the beach and started using tanning beds while I was in college.” Following two bouts with melanoma, the most serious form of skin cancer, Vega-Rogowicz has a different outlook on tanning and sun safety. She formed a local chapter of Miles Against Melanoma, a nationwide nonprofit organization that aims to fight melanoma by increasing awareness; supporting patients, survivors, and families; and fundraising for research. At her alma mater, she established the Jessica Vega-Rogowicz Miles Against Melanoma Scholarship, which provides $1,000 for education majors to use for their studies. As part of the application process, students are asked to submit a lesson plan detailing how to be safe in the sun to avoid health hazards like melanoma.

“I established a scholarship because I feel it is good to give back and help someone with his or her college expenses,” said Vega-Rogowicz, who lives in Baldwin, Pa., and is a middle school teacher in the Hempfield School District. “I also hope to encourage a teacher or future teacher to think about how they might raise awareness of sun safety in their students.” Because of all of Vega-Rogowicz’ efforts to raise awareness about sun safety and the dangers of melanoma, the Carlow University Alumni Association presented her with the first G.O.L.D. Award, recognizing Graduates Of the Last Decade who embody the Carlow traditions of excellence and shared values through professional achievements, personal accomplishments, and dedication to the mission of the University. “Jessica has distinguished herself in her personal and professional life, but also in her dedication to Carlow,” said Rose Woolley, director of alumni relations at Carlow. “She is richly deserving of this award, and she is a tremendous advocate for both sun safety and for Carlow.”

The Miles Against Melanoma Pittsburgh Chapter’s inaugural year was immensely successful as they raised $25,000 through a dinner event, a golf outing, a wine tasting, and a 5k run/walk. The proceeds benefited the University of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute.

“When you are diagnosed with cancer, it hits you—I have cancer—and it makes a huge emotional impact,” VegaRogowicz said. “I had a lot of negative energy, and I needed to channel it in a positive way. Establishing a scholarship is one more positive way that I can raise awareness about sun safety.”

L-R: Bob Vega, Jessica Vega-Rogowicz ’04, Scott Rogowicz, and Carlow University President Suzanne K. Mellon, PhD.

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THE CAMPUS SCHOOL Cultivating a Culture of Caring

L–R: Cecelia Cecconi and Chase McCorkle, eighth grade students at The Campus School, are committed to service. Here they ‘high-five’ in Peggy Lazar’s religious education classroom.

2012–2013 The Campus School Philanthropy Totals PE N N I E S FOR PATI E N TS B E N E F I TTI N G L E U KE MI A AN D LY MPHOMA PATI E N TS: $2,000 WAL KATHON FOR PHI L I PPI N E SCHOOL CHI L D RE N : $5,683.59 SOL E S FOR SOL E S SHOE D RI V E FOR GRE ATE R PI TTSB U RGH COMMU N I TY FOOD B AN K: 400 PAI RS OF SHOE S ST. JU D E ’S TRI KE ATHON : $4,800 I N TE RSE CTI ON FOOD PAN TRY , MCKE E SPORT: COU N TL E SS B AGS, B OXE S,

Philanthropists of every shape and size roam the halls of Carlow’s Campus School, sharing their time, treasures, and talents with those near and far. Meet, for example, Cecelia Cecconi, an eighth-grade student whose birthday parties take place at World Vision, where guests sort supplies for the needy rather than unwrap presents. Cecconi has

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logged many additional hours at World Vision—and also conducts fundraisers to help support a Brazilian child. “It’s good to help people,” she says. “Doing good things makes you feel like a better person.” Chase McCorkle, another eighthgrader, spent much of this past summer working with young children at The

HE L P I N G P E O P L E I S THE B ASI S OF MO R A L I TY. I T’ S D O I N G SO M E THI N G G O O D FO R E V E R YO N E , A N D YOU K N OW I T’ S G O I N G TO MA K E SO ME O N E HA P P Y. Cecelia Cecconi, eighth grade student, The Campus School of Carlow University

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Campus School’s summer camp and at PISA sports camp. “Helping others makes you a better person,” he agrees. “It makes me really happy and motivated.” Cecconi and McCorkle’s work counts toward their 20-hour eighth grade service requirement, a Campus School program coordinated by religion teacher Peggy Lazar. “Service is an integral part of The Campus School community,” says Lazar. “Volunteering promotes leadership, cooperation, and respect through working with others. Students young and old receive personal satisfaction from knowing that they made a difference.” Long before they enter eighth grade, students learn about the Mercy mission in their classes and have many opportunities to give unto others. “Even the youngest of our student body participate in service and think about the wellbeing and the needs of others,” says Michelle Peduto, The Campus School’s executive director and head of school. “They also like to ride trikes,” she laughs, recalling a sidewalk transformed into a tricycle parking lot during the Trikeathon for St. Jude’s Research Hospital. “We do so much here, it’s just incredible.” “Many parents told me that the children themselves really took pride in asking for donations to

help the children at the hospital,” says Trikeathon coordinator Erica Armbruster, director of the Carlow University Early Learning Center and assistant director of early childhood programs at The Campus School. Campus School faculty and staff also take pride in giving and, in 2012-2013, were the first group to give to The Campus School Annual Fund—used to provide support for immediate needs, including technology, programming, and teacher training. Peduto calls faculty and staff support of the Annual Fund “awe inspiring.” To date, the Annual Fund stands at $20,479.25, with a goal of $100,000 by the end of the 2013-2014 school year. “It shows their commitment,” says Peduto. “Our faculty and staff believe in what they are doing, and they were the first ones to step forward and support it.” That belief in the school’s mission is at the heart of so many philanthropic efforts and the inspiration for countless hours of service to others. As Cecelia Cecconi puts it, “Helping people is the basis of morality. It’s doing something good for everyone, and you know it’s going to make someone happy.” This past May, approximately 90 Campus School children, ages 3-6, brought their trikes to school, rode laps around the campus green, and raised nearly $4,800 for St. Jude’s Research Hospital.

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EITC FUNDING A Win-Win for Corporations and The Campus School Parental and community support continues to be imperative to the success of The Campus School—including funding generated through the Educational Improvement Tax Credit (EITC) program. Administered by the Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development (DCED), this program enables businesses to invest directly in tomorrow’s workforce by turning tax dollars into scholarship funds. Often, parents have encouraged their employers to participate in this program, generating assistance where it is needed the most—need-based scholarships. “Scholarship money goes to those with the greatest needs,” says Michelle Peduto, The Campus School’s executive director and head of school. “The number of those needing scholarships has greatly increased since I’ve been here,” she says. “It has been difficult for some of our parents who have lost jobs or find themselves in difficult financial circumstances to continue their relationship with The Campus School. We try to help them do that.” Through the EITC program, businesses may make a contribution to The Campus School of Carlow University and in turn receive a tax credit for up to 90 percent

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of their contribution. The funds are used to provide tuition assistance to scholastically qualified, but financially challenged students, providing support for qualifying low-income students regardless of where they reside. Bill Gatti, president of Trek Development and the parent of three Campus School children, is a strong believer in the EITC program. “The EITC program is an excellent way for business owners to direct state tax dollars towards educating our children,” says Gatti. “It is an efficient and inexpensive way to support the mission of The Campus School.” Gavin Mann is also a Campus School parent. His company, Comptec Inc, has also supported EITC. “The EITC is a win-win,” says Mann, “a great opportunity to take advantage of a tax deduction and a great way to support The Campus School.” Deborah F. Graver, Carlow University trustee and president and chief operating officer at Fragasso Financial Advisors, calls the EITC program a win for both companies and educational institutions in our region. “Through EITC, we were able to redirect tax dollars to help provide scholarship funds at Carlow’s Campus School,” she says.

“As a Pittsburgh–based financial planning and investment management firm, we have long had a vested interest in the future of our region,” says Graver. “We feel strongly that the ability to redirect tax dollars to help families afford the cost of their children’s education is integral to the success of our young people going forward. “If our gift helps just one child enjoy the benefits of a Campus School education,” adds Graver, “then it’s money well spent and a future that is soon to be well shaped.” It is important for businesses to apply early (after July 1) as the program is very popular and available tax credits are used up quickly. An additional program introduced last year—OSTC (Opportunity Scholarship Tax Credit)—provides students in the lowest-achieving school districts (bottom 15 percent) the opportunity of school choice. For more information about the EITC and OSTC programs, contact Meg Bernard, Carlow University’s director of corporate and foundation relations, at 412.578.8880 or mpbernard@carlow.edu. Information can also be found at www.newpa.com/ EITC and www.newpa.com/OSTC.

Recent EITC Donors to The Campus School COMPTE C I N C. D ’AN GE LO F I N AN CI AL SE RVI CE S E QU I TAB L E GAS COMPAN Y F I RST COMMON W E ALTH B AN K F RAGASSO F I N AN CI AL ADV I SORS HI GHMARK CASU ALTY I N SU RAN CE HU N TI N GTON B AN K KE Y STON E HE ALTH PL AN W E ST MASSARO CORPORATI ON TRE K D E V E LOPME N T GROU P U PMC D I V E RSI F I E D SE RV I CE S U PMC HE ALTH PL AN


THE SCIENCE OF SCHOLARSHIPS Sharing a Love of Science and a Willingness to Give Back Adriane Pawluk and Sally Seubert are separated by about 50 years, but despite the age difference they share a common bond: a love of science. Seubert, who graduated from Mount Mercy College (now Carlow University) in 1958, majored in dietetics, minored in chemistry, and went on to teach nutrition in hospitals and at the university level. “I enjoyed studying science and took a lot of biology and chemistry,” says Seubert. Pawluk, a resident of the Sharon/ Hermitage, Pa. area, will graduate from Carlow in the spring of 2015, and is majoring in molecular biology. She hopes to work in Pittsburgh-area hospitals this summer participating in clinical research. “Beyond that, I would like to pursue an MD/PhD specializing in oncology and epidemiology,” she says, although she has not narrowed down specific programs that she is interested in. But besides the love of science, they have another bond in common: Pawluk is the recipient of the Florence E. and Alfred J. Seubert Endowed Scholarship, established by Seubert in memory of her parents, and awarded

to a student in the biological sciences who has attained sophomore level or above with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.25. “It really meant a lot to me to be selected to receive this scholarship,” says Pawluk, who also received the McGillick Scholarship her first year, the Sister Mary Joy Haywood Scholarship, and the Carlow Scholarship. “There were many students who applied for it, so I didn’t expect to get it, but I was honored to be chosen.” Because she now lives in Texas, Seubert was thrilled to meet Pawluk during Alumni Weekend. It the first time she was able to meet face-to-face the recipient of the scholarship she established. “Neither of my parents had the opportunity to go to college, but they both wanted college for me,” says Seubert, whose father died when she was in the eighth grade. “I was the beneficiary of a half scholarship when I was a student at Mount Mercy. I know how important it was for me to receive it, and I promised myself that if I had the chance I would provide a scholarship for future students.”

Pawluk is grateful that Seubert kept her promise. “I hope my accomplishments show the potential of what today’s students can achieve when they are supported by those who have once walked in their shoes,” she says. “I hope that I can do for future students what others have been able to do for me.”

I WAS THE B E N E F I CI ARY OF A HAL F SCHOL ARSHI P W HE N I WAS A STU D E N T AT MOU N T ME RCY. I KN OW HOW I MPORTAN T I T WAS FOR ME TO RE CE I VE I T, AN D I PROMI SE D MY SE L F THAT I F I HAD THE CHAN CE I WOU L D PROV I D E A SCHOL ARSHI P FOR F U TU RE STU D E N TS. — SAL LY SE U B E RT ’58

Sally Seubert, class of 1958, and Adriane Pawluk

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STUDENT-ATHLETE SUCCESS Carol Husa Is a Good Sport When It Comes to Carlow Erik Husa, age 5, is always playing sports, and his mother, Carol (Schmidt) Husa, spends a lot of time taking him to his games, whether it’s basketball, hockey, soccer, or T-ball. “Now that I’m not coaching anymore, I thought I would have more free time,” Carol says with a laugh. “But if there’s a sport out there, he wants to play it.” Erik can blame it on his genes. Growing up, Carol Husa played whatever sport was in season. At Carlow University in the early 1990s, she played three sports, but it would have been four, if she had the chance. “Softball didn’t become a sport at Carlow until after I graduated, or it would have been four,” says Husa, a Bethel Park, Pa., resident, and a graduate of the class of 1994, where she played basketball and volleyball and ran cross-country. As both a former student-athlete and an assistant basketball coach at her alma mater, Husa can attest that the student-athlete experience is different at Carlow than it is at many universities. “Carlow University has studentathletes in the truest sense of the

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word,” says Husa, who is a certified public accountant (CPA) employed by BNY Mellon in Pittsburgh. “They are there to get a good education and continue playing a sport they are passionate about.” Such dedication to both sides of the student-athlete designation has attracted plenty of notice. The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA), of which Carlow is a member, consistently ranks Carlow Celtic athletic teams in the nation’s top 25 for grade point average. Keeping the grade point average high can be a difficult achievement for any student, let alone one who has to balance time in study and class with time spent in practice and games. “When you are a student-athlete, you really have no choice but to figure out how to balance your time,” says Husa. “I realized I only had a certain amount of time to do all the things I needed to do, so finding time to study was a necessity.” Learning how to balance time has come in handy now that she is a CPA, a wife, a mother, and all the rest of the responsibilities that come with those roles. Despite the busy life, she finds

time to help with Carlow Athletics when needed, and to contribute to the Carlow Annual Fund. “I contribute to Carlow because I had a handful of scholarships when I was a student,” she says. “The fact

Carol Husa ’94 with her son, Erik Husa.

that someone helped me out makes me want to help others. If there is a student who is just scraping by financially, I want to see her or him afforded the same opportunity to get an education that I was.”


NATIONAL PHILANTHROPY DAY Carlow Alumna and McAuley Ministries Honored Mary Hoffman Fricker ’68 and McAuley Ministries were honored at the November 14, 2013 National Philanthropy Day Award Ceremony, sponsored by the Western Pennsylvania Chapter of the Association for Fundraising Professionals, at Pittsburgh’s Heinz History Center. Fricker was honored as an Outstanding Volunteer Fundraiser. A former first-grade teacher, she was recognized for her philanthropic efforts to reach inner-city elementary school children. McAuley Ministries, the grantmaking arm of Pittsburgh Mercy Health System sponsored by the Sisters of Mercy, received the Outstanding Foundation award. After graduating from Carlow, Fricker experienced poverty firsthand as a teacher in West Mifflin. Today, seeking to give back, she wanted to do something tangible. She asked herself, “What does every kid like?” The answer? New shoes. For the past seven years, Fricker has worked to identify Pittsburgh area elementary schools that qualify for the most free lunches. She makes sure

that each child in the school’s entire first grade receives a pair of brandnew Converse sneakers in popular colors and patterns—which she herself selects and purchases. Over the years, Fricker has donated more than 1,000 pairs of shoes to schools across the city. This year, on October 11, 2013, 103 pairs of shoes were delivered to first grade students at Fulton Elementary in Pittsburgh’s Highland Park neighborhood. “It’s so uplifting,” said Fricker. “Someone who didn’t even know them gave them a new pair of shoes. I hope it makes a difference to them that they see kindness in the world.” McAuley Ministries is no stranger to kindness—and no stranger to Pittsburgh area philanthropy, focusing on grant-making in neighborhoods traditionally served by the Sisters of Mercy. This past August, McAuley Ministries announced $1.2 million in grants, mainly supporting business development, education, services to persons who are homeless, and capacity-building initiatives in Pittsburgh’s Hill District, Uptown, and West Oakland communities.

Since its establishment in 2008, McAuley Ministries has awarded more than $11.1 million in grants to local nonprofit organizations. “These most recent grants exemplify our ongoing commitment to helping create neighborhoods that are safe, healthy, and vibrant,” stated Sister Sheila Carney, RSM, Carlow’s Special Assistant to the President for Mercy Heritage and chairperson of the McAuley Ministries Board of Directors.

One of the 103 first-graders at Fulton Elementary to receive brand-new shoes, courtesy of Mary Fricker.

THE SE KI D S W I L L THI N K AB OU T THI S FOR THE RE ST OF THE I R L I VE S. SOME ON E W HO D I D N ’T E VE N KN OW THE M GAVE THE M A N E W PAI R OF SHOE S. I HOPE I T MAKE S A D I F F E RE N CE TO THE M THAT THE Y SE E KI N D N E SS I N THE WORL D . — MARY HOF F MAN F RI CKE R ’68

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2012–2013 Benefactors With this list of donors, we celebrate the generosity of our alumni and friends. We gratefully acknowledge gifts received during the 2012-2013 fiscal year (July 1, 2012– June 30, 2013) 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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$250,000-$499,999 The Hillman Foundation McAuley Ministries (10) Rita M. McGinley ’40 (5)† $150,000-$249,999 Eden Hall Foundation The Heinz Endowments (5) $50,000-$149,999 Patrick and Michele Rehfeld Atkins ’82 (5) Helen and Stephen Casey (10) William and Nancy Gatti David and Barbara Capozzi Kirr ’60 (10) Louise Malakoff, JD ’67 (10) Francis E. McGillick Foundation (10) The Pittsburgh Foundation (10) Theresa A. Scotti (5) John and Patricia A. Staley, IV (5) Trek Development Group $25,000-$49,999 Jack Buncher Foundation Henry J. Gailliot, PhD and Mary Lou Gailliot ’64 (10) Fine Foundation Massey Charitable Trust (3) Irene C. Shea Charitable Foundation (10) George B. Smeltzer, Jr. Estate of Betty F. Weiland $10,000-$24,999 Association of American Colleges and Universities Bethany Foundation COMPTEC, INC. Mary J. Donnelly Foundation (10) EQT Michele S. Fabrizi ’75 Mary Ellen FitzGerald-Collins ’63 (10) Fragasso Group E. Jeanne Gleason ’60 (10) Helen R. Golob ’51 (10) Elsie H. Hillman (3) Elsie H. Hillman Foundation (5) Highmark Casualty Insurance (3)

14 LEGACY 2012/2013

Mary Hines, PhD (5)* Joseph L. and Karen Dunn Kelley (10) Norma Jean LeClair ’66 (10) MARC USA/Pittsburgh Renee Marie Menegaz-Bock, PhD ’49 (10) George and Barbara Pry (5) Rockwell International Corporation (10) Lisabeth Smolenski, MD ’72 (5) Dennis and Regina Stover (10) Lawrence and Nancy L. Stuever ’73 (5) UPMC Diversified Services UPMC Health Network Thomas and Teresa Weis ’56 (10) $5,000-$9,999 Rita McDonough Bren ’54 (10) Council of Independent Colleges Patricia Gimper Donohoe ’75 First Commonwealth Bank Margaret M. Fox, EdD ’62 (10) Giant Eagle Foundation Kevin Hines Sharon G. Horne Barbara A. Keane ’52 (10) Frederick L. and Barbara E. Kraft ’83 (10) Ladies of Bethany (10) Daniel Lebish (3) Thomas and Eileen McConomy (10) Helen P. McDonough ’49 (10) Arlene Morris ’74 (5) Ann Pontiere ’47 (10) Rust Foundation (10) Barbara E. Simpson ’69 (10) Sisters of Mercy of the Americas (5) Jane Wells ’37† George R. Whitmer (3) $2,500-$4,999 Aladdin Food Management Services (3) Anonymous Margaret Armen, JD ’69 (10) Joyce Bender (5) Bender Consulting Services (5) Kathleen W. Buechel (5) Jonathan and Pamela T. Clark ’11 Georgia Morello Decker ’68 (5) Jackie Dixon ’11 (3)


Dollar Bank, PA Eaton Corporation (5) Ellucian (3) Lois Gaffney ’41 (10) Gregory D. and Karen S. D. Gerlach Judith A. Kooser, MD ’69 (10) Carladean Kostelnik ’61 Diane Louvar ’59 (10) Gavin and Amy M. Mann Heidi Hylton Meier, CPA ’77 (10) Morgan Stanley Smith Barney Global Impact Funding Trust Georgia Navaretta ’63 (10) Walter Noll, PhD and Marilyn Noll (5) Dee Jay Oshry (3) PNC Foundation Matching Gift Program Jane Purtill ’51 (10) Thomas F. Reynolds Mary Ann Sestili, PhD ’61 (10) Janice Shier, MD ’74 (5) United Way of Allegheny County John and Jean Gannon Ward ’64 Ellie Wymard, PhD ’58 (10)* $ 1 ,000-$2 ,499 Deborah L. Acklin (5) David Aldridge Sara Marie Baldi ’77 (10) Jean Christie Barnhart ’71 (5) Rebecca Mullaney Bertoni ’74 (10) Patricia Betts ’67 (10) Buchanan Ingersoll Rooney Theresa Stinner Carroll, PhD ’68 Paula Cerrone Bruce I. Crocker (3) Anita S. Dacal ’69 (10)* D’Angelo Financial Services Judith M. Davenport, DMD (10) Kelley and John Denny (5) Bonnie DiCarlo ’64 (10) Mary Jane Dunlap ’50 (10) Marianne Elizabeth Felice, MD ’66 (10) Marylouise Fennell, RSM (5) Barbara Mihacs Fischi ’62 (10) Kim Tillotson Fleming Joseph and Mary Hoffman Fricker ’68 (5) Karen E. Galentine (5)* Bettylee Weisburg Garver ’47 (10)

Johanna Boyle Giasi ’63 John Gisleson Paula Hasbach (3) Vera Hawkins ’55 (10) Nancy Heath ’66 (10) The Hillman Company (5) Dorothy R. Hopkins (3) Mary Lou Hrach ’65 (10) Kerry Kathleen Hubbard ’06 Dorothy A. Jackovic (5) Augusta Kairys ’56 (10) Lynda Katz, PhD ’63 (5) Edward J. Kavanagh Foundation (3) Judith Ann Kline ’67 Suzanne C. Laubach (10) † Robert and Kathleen Lee ’55 (10) Karen Little ’69 (10) Patricia Logan ’64 Loughney Foundation Trust Ernest Darby and Emma Lucas-Darby, PhD* MacLachlan, Cornelius, & Filoni, Inc. Susan Maher ’66 (5) Joanne Malenock, PhD ’59 (10) Margaret A. Mangan, JD ’70 (10) Estate of Tessie Mantzoros Maureen McBride ’75 (10) Frances McCormick ’68 (5) Marcia Ann McGinley Micheleann Hovan McGowan ’64 (10) Doloris McHugh ’57 (10) Paul and Penny Nikolich McKenna ’69 (10) Margaret and Joseph McLaughlin (3)* Jeannine McShane ’50 (10) Tom R. Medd (3) Suzanne K. Mellon, PhD* Sharon Merhar ’64 (3) Eleanor Keener Midgley ’43 (10) Barbara K. Mistick, PhD ’90 Thelma Morris ’70 (10) Martha Munsch, Esq. (3) Mildred S. Myers (3) Janet Nock ’60 (10) Rose Marie O’Connor ’58 (10) Sandra M. Olenick ’65 (10) Elliott S. Oshry Kathleen Panepinto ’66 (10) Margery Brahmer Parry ’45 Leo M. Phillips ’95, ’99 Kristina Rigopulos

Jennifer Roberts Jessica Lynn Rogowicz ’04 Anne W. Rohrbach Mary B. Royster ’91, ’92 (10) Mary Ann Scheib ’73 (10) Molly Schwartz ’65 (10) Mary Ann Scialabba, PhD ’48 (10) Margaret Seltzer ’69 (10) Sally A. Seubert ’58 (10) Elissa Sichi ’59 (5) Janet DiPasquale Simon ’67 (10) Stella L. Smetanka, JD ’70 (10) Carol Viner Smith ’67 Marie Kuehn Sniegocki ’57 (10) Lisa R. Sproul-Hoverman ’01 (3) Anita Stoy ’70 (10) Mary Ann Surprenant ’56 (10) Barbara A. Urban ’58 (10) Frances J. Urban ’61 (10) Nancy Vertuno ’65 (5) Marcia Mlynarski Wallander* Linda Wickstrom ’64 (10) James A. Wilkinson (3) Winston-Salem Foundation (10) Marlene S. Winter, PhD ’59 (10)* Christine Wu Rachelle A. Zomak ’91, ’00 $500-$999 Anonymous (Two Donors) Dorothy M. Antonucci* Paulette J. Baldi Studdert ’79 (10) John Barsotti Constance Abrashoff Bentzen (3) Denise Birsic ’83 (10) BNY Mellon Wealth Management (10) Maria Borgo Bowie ’67 Mary Rowan Capenos, PhD ’48 (5) Claire Zarur Carey ’58 Jennifer A. Carlo* Henry M. and Dana A. Casale Helen Cesari ’64 Mary Sauer Cole ’64 (5) Leah Meyers Cooper ’60 (10) Dorothy A. Davis, JD ’78 (10) Candace Decker ’70 Christina Dibling ’70 (10) Della Dobranski ’73

Mary Isabelle Duff ’43 (10) Louise C. Eklund ’68 (10) Jeffrey Eppinger Fire Fighter Sales & Service Co. Susan Fishburn ’74 (10) Christina McShane Friday ’55 (10) Chrys Gabrich (10)* Angela Rushnit Garofoli ’47 (5) Jonathan Glance Maureen Lacey Gleason ’54 (10) Mary Ann Guttendorf ’70 (3) Melissa Holzmann ’70 (10) Clare M. Hopkins, PhD, RN (5)* Helen Chang Hu ’62 Nancy Hudak ’55 (3) IBM International Foundation (10) Marcy L. Jackovic, DO ’94 JG Contracting Company, Inc. Anna Marie Kassab ’63 (10) Kevin P. Kearns, PhD (10) Patricia Kirkham ’63 (10) Judith Klingensmith ’63, ’71 (10) William Knaus Shirley Miller Koper ’58 (10) Alice K. Lackner-Gray ’62 (5) Dorothy Lamb ’38 (5) Brian Latell (5) Joan Marie Latsko ’84, ’10, (5) Ann On Lee, JD ’72 (10) Carey Lynn Libertini ’01 (3) Allyson M. Lowe, PhD (3)* Christine Loyer ’80 Katherine Madden ’55 (3) Sandra Lynn Marincic ’02 (5) Wendy Chase Martielli ’93 (10) Andrea Mastro, PhD ’66 (3) Kathleen McAnallen ’74 (3) John R. McGinley, Jr. (5) Norberta Modliszewski ’62 Mary Pat Mulligan ’57 (10) Ruth Ann Nelson ’68 (10) Joan Atkins Neuwar ’58 (10) Jeananne Kerna Nicholls ’89, ’90 (10) Mary Nicolella ’57 (10) Monica Fallon O’Keefe ’69 (10) Mary Lynn Onufer ’04, ’05, ’06* Cornelia Regetz Pepoy ’62 (10) Philips Matching Gift Program (5) Mary Anne Phillips CARLOW UNIVERSITY 15


Charlotte M. Reed, PhD ’69 (10) Judith A. Robertson ’62 (3) Jane H. Roesch Toni Roman ’67 (3) Linda Root ’97 (10)* Esther O. Ruskin ’51 Mary Elizabeth Sassano, JD ’72 (3) Anne Marie Sawyer, EdD ’67 Judith Scott ’67 (5) Bernadette Skoczylas ’69 (10) Angela Laubach Slocum ’58 (10) Jennifer Snyder-Duch* Ann Moffett Sproule ’65 Janice Sudak ’80 (5) Luitgarde Dupre Sujansky ’58 (10) Michael Sullivan Taylor Rental/Party Plus Janet Thompson ’72, ’74 (10) Doris Benzenhoefer Tobin, MD ’50 (5) Margaret A. Turner* Martha A. Valo ’60 (3) Josephine Polvino Vellutato ’59 (3) Verizon Foundation (10) Patricia Ann Wagle ’64 Nancy M. Wallace ’62 (10) Shirley Liszka Whitaker ’69 (10) Theresa Whiteside James B. Wholey Lois A. Wholey Sam Wholey Marlene Wasylik Yospyn ’62 (10) Helen Girdis Zappa ’54 (10) Janis P. Zentner ’94 (10) $ 250-$499 John W. Alverson, PhD (5)* Aqua Filter Fresh, Inc. Alice Mossman Bachman ’85 (10) Michael E. Balmert* Mary Anne Basilone ’03,’06 (3) Deborah Gowetski Baustert ’98 Lorraine Baysek, JD ’71 (3) Alice Beard ’65 (10) Mary Bednarz ’67 (10)

16 LEGACY 2012/2013

Mary Shivy Bell ’72 (10) Marjorie Bernard* Carole Prokay Betzner ’65 (10) Susan Bingley ’70 (10) Blackrock Matching Gift Foundation Geraldine Rosella Boccella ’58 (3) Annette Fedak Bonstedt ’62 (10) Dianne Bridges ’68 Elizabeth McGrail Brooks ’62 Frank V. Cahouet Celeste M. Calfe ’74, ’75 Anne M. Candreva (5)* Cecelia Cavanaugh ’64 (5) Chevron Texaco Matching Gift Jean L. Cline ’70 Sheryl Coates ’67 (10) Marilyn Coleman Eileen Colianni ’64 (3) Helen Coltellaro ’56 Bernadette C. Conrad ’48 (10) Catherine Reavey Cron ’63 (5) Maureen Crossen ’79 (5) Mary Frances M. Cuddy ’64 (3) Catherine Eisenstraudt Cummings ’67 Christopher Cynkar Cassandra Cipriani de la Rosa ’65 Donald Diffendal Dorylee R. Dominguez ’67 (3) George and Eileen Smith Dorman ’54 (5) Liz C. Douglass ’67 (10) Anna Margaret Esquela ’64 Exxon Mobil Foundation (10) Dorothy Fedorka, PhD ’69 (3) Catherine Bangiola Feenstra ’69 (10) Final Finishes Teresa M. Findlay ’66 Richard Fitzsimmons Catherine Flaherty ’73 (5) Marion Froelicher Flaherty ’58 Marcia Meyer Frack ’60 (10) Virginia Schaffer Frank ’55 (10) Steven J. Franks Aubrey Fulmer Audrey Turlick Fusco ’51 (10) Rosemary Voigt Gaines ’60 (5)

Julie M. Gaul ’10* Karen Reiber Gethen ’69 (10) Nancy Lee Gillies ’69 (10) John and Lisa Gismondi Julia M. Glencer, Esq. ’93 (3) Janet Lee Gorda ’76 (10) Elizabeth Gresh ’60 (3) Patricia Gryp ’81 Barbara Peitz Guger ’65 (5) Norma Reisinger Guttman ’55 (10) Winifred Gladden Haddad ’69 (3) Janette Marie Hanchak ’91, ’06, ’08 (3) Lois Swartzfisher Hatten ’56 (10) Eileen D. Hauris ’51 (10) Carol Arch Hauser ’72 (10) Mary G. Heine ’62 Shirley Hoffman Hignet ’54 Margaret Pollak Hill ’69 Mary Beth Hill ’78 Carol Hren Hoare, EdD ’62 (10) Amy Hryckowian Hoback ’96 Molly Houghton ’74 (10) Nancy Ann Houser ’62 (10) Dale Huffman* Lynn Hurley ’68 (10) Carol Lyne Husa ’94 Intel Foundation Matching Gifts (5) Judith Scheffner Jones ’71 (10) Mary Louise Kamerer ’70 (10) Maureen Hauf Kane ’57 (10) Patricia Keegan ’50 Kathleen Fay Keenan ’62 Paula Peitz Kenny ’61 Patricia M. Kern ’91, ’92 (5) Misty Kevech ’02 (5) Mary Rita Kislan ’69 (10) Peg Pavicic Knapp ’71 (10) Elizabeth R. Koenig* Susan M. Koff ’78 (10) Richard and Sara Mercurio Kowal ’76 (10) Jason Krall* Mildred Bauman Krnacik ’57 (3) Jane McIntyre Kwasniewski ’79 (10) Helen Sivak Lenney ’64 (10) Jeanne Daugherty Lese ’61

L-R: Grace Musrush, MD ’57, a 2010 Carlow Laureate, with Carlow University President Suzanne K. Mellon, PhD, at an alumni event at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum in Boston.

Deborah A. Lightfoot ’95 (10) Marilyn J. Llewellyn, PhD, CSJ ’73 (10)* Patricia Cyphers Long ’52 (10) Louise Manzione Lunny ’60 (10) Deborah Bauer Lynch ’71 Charlene Malone ’64 Lois Anne Manley ’94 (3) Carol O. Marsiglio ’56 Patricia Spohn Martano ’62 (10) Penny Vent McAndrew ’61 (10) McClelland Concrete, LLC Dorothy Jelley McDonough ’50 Martin and Ann McGuinn Joan McKeegan ’53 (10) Dina Chung Miki, MD ’66, ’68 (3) Linda Snyder Mikita ’64 (3) Inez K. Miles Mary Ann Miller ’71 (10)

† DECEASED * FACULTY/STAFF (3) THREE (5) FIVE (10) TEN CONSECUTIVE YEARS OF GIVING


Pascale Moeller Mary Molyneaux Mt. Lebanon Office Equipment Carol Murphy ’57 (10) Grace J. Mushrush, MD ’57 (5) Carla J. Nastala ’86 (3) Marjorie Kraft Neubert ’47 (10) Maureen O’Brien (3) Helene E. Paharik Agnes Siler Pasky ’60 (10) Julianne Braun Patterson ’48 (10) Marguerite Patton ’74 (3) Wennette West Pegues ’58 (3) Eileen Harry Peifer ’44, ’45 (5) James M. Perciak ’93 Barbara Kovalcin Piskor ’64 Barbara Plutnicki ’51 (3) Rose C. Plutnicki ’54 Eleanor Clark Quigley ’75 (5) Stephanie Ramsey ’67 Red Skies Multimedia Reed & Witting Company Judith McKnight Riesch ’68 (10) Mary Lou Rife, PhD ’68 Maritza Rivera-Herleman Joseph M. Roberts* Sara M. Rooney ’42 Barbara Sawyer ’63 (10) Ann Marie Schneider ’71, ’72 (5) Theodore A. Schroeder Ava Maria Shaughnessy ’53 Signs By Tomorrow Yvonne Holsinger Silverberg ’62 (10) Sisters of Mercy (3) Sisters of the Holy Family of Nazareth Gail L. Smith ’95, ’00 (10) Leslie Monica Smith ’90 (5) Society for Analytical Chemists - Pittsburgh (5) Judith Conley Stafford ’68 (10) Nancy Andrews Starke ’73 Iris Suess ’56 (10) Regina Kereszturi Sullivan ’68 (10) Stephanie Domitrovich Susmarski, JD ’76 (5) Richard and Deborah Grimes Talarico ’73 Frances Walko Taylor ’69 (3)

Nancy Kane Thompson ’60 (5) Gregory A. Tobias (5) John Tondra Turner Dairy Farms, Inc. (3) Marie Uchic ’63 (10) Judith Parise Urban ’86 (5) Margaret Toomey Urzua ’62 (3) Vanguard Group Foundation Vangura Iron Stephanie Arami Vega Mary Ellinwood Wadsworth ’80 (10) Cheryl Walter ’72 (5) Carole Ruch Watkins ’56 (5) Tecla Kern Webber ’67 (5) Cyril H. Wecht, MD Patricia Truex White ’71 (10) Karen Williams ’69 (5) Willie’s Ski and Snowboard Shop Mary Ann Yurkovich ’65 (3) $100- $ 2 4 9 Abbott Laboratories Fund Agatha DeLacio Aldisert ’48 Brent J. Alexander* Patricia Webber Althardt ’75 (5) Sally Marie Anderson ’76 (3) Colleen M. Andrews ’90, ’99 Susan M. Antol ’75 Joan Apt Sheila Jones Aranyos ’67 Elaine DiFrango Ashton ’68 (10) Association of Fundraising Professionals Loretta Roolf Atkinson ’68, ’69 Beth Deanne Augustine ’89 Theresa Marraway Avick ’71 (3) A-Z Janitorial Services, LLC Judith Flanigan Babcock ’77 Helen M. Baginski ’98* Carolyn Ann Baird ’87 (5) Kathleen Baker ’70 (10) Keri L. Baker ’10 Virginia Baker, RSM ’54 (3) Paul V. Baldi (5) † Dorothy Lawless Ballotta ’59 (10)

† DECEASED * FACULTY/STAFF (3) THREE (5) FIVE (10) TEN CONSECUTIVE YEARS OF GIVING

Susan E. Banaszak-Catena ’97 Janet A. Barlett ’87 Diane Barnes ’93 (3) Nora Nicklas Barrett ’64 (3) Alison L. Barth Jason David Bartolacci* Lorraine Sorrentino Bauer ’69 (10) Mary Hare Baumgart ’94 Mary Vaneeda Bennett ’81 (10) Judith McClain Bergiel ’67 (5) Betsy Bergman ’64, ’66 (5) Roberta Bartolacci Bernardini ’60, ’61 Gloria Gallagher Berry ’53 (10) Kathleen K. Berry ’69 (5) Lisa L. Berta (3)* Lisa Bertolasio ’01 Joanne Beitler Beyer ’61 (3) Rebecca Bennett Biddle ’86, ’98 (10) Ann Heger Blocksidge ’42 Mary Ann Bober ’54 (10) Alice Ann Boehm ’56 Kathleen Caprara Bogacki ’05 (5) Joyce Ann Bonzo Christine A. Boodley, PhD ’73 (3) Brian Borbonus Mary Lou Bost* Robert H. Botzer Patricia Reavey Bracken ’68 (3) Christine Magri Branch ’91 Judith Venglarik Braun, PhD ’75 Marsha Taylor Braunlich ’68 (3) Gretchen Breault ’64 (5) Marjorie Mullen Brennan ’68 (3) Janice Brezinski ’99, ’00 Helen Martiny Brill ’58 Donna H. Broderick ’02 Jan Czekaj Brooks ’79 (5) Carol R. Brown (5) Elizabeth Eleanor Brown ’08 Jacqueline Henle Brown, PhD ’62 (3) Linda Zarecky Brown ’73 (10) Lisa Brown, EdD ’50 Nancy T. Brown ’56 (5) Geraldine Pszolkowski Browning ’75 (5) Dorothy Bruecken ’50 (10)

Rosemary Pollock Bufalini ’59 (10) Maureen Buffington Virginia Bukata ’68 Anne Bull ’66 (10) Anne Mullin Burnham Magdeline Busse ’62 Milton L. Butts (3)* Thomas J. Cahill, IV Jacquelyn Stone Cain ’68 (10) David and Katy Caliguiri Kathleen A. Callihan ’93 (5) Carol Zak Campion ’67 (10) Mary Ellen W. Campo ’64 (3) Margaret Ann Cannon ’66 (3) Mary Ann Capo ’52 (10) Anna Mulvaney Capriotti ’68 (10) Joseph Carcillo Cyndie Carioli ’09 (5) David M. Carroll* Rosemary Carroll, JD ’72 (10) Karen Carruthers ’87, ’88 Ann Garrett Caruso ’68 (5) Gina Marie Casalegno Maureen Casey-Neems ’78 Diane Marie Castman ’83, ’03, ’08 (10) Jeanne Fitzgerald Cayo ’62 (10) Jo Lane Cecconi ’62 (5) Central Catholic High School Mary Cerrone Certa Pro Painters Evelyn L. Chambers Yvonne Sheridan Cherry ’65 (5) Mary Rively Childs ’72 (3) Patricia Powers Chiurazzi ’75 Linda Clark Chrillo ’73 Kathleen A. Chrisman (10)* Andrea Christian-Michaels ’71 (10) Ruth Churley-Strom ’73 (3) Wanda Phillips Cianfichi ’60 (10) Judith M. Cichowicz (10)* Milagros Ortiz Cintron ’63 Jeanne Cirilano Roberta Mastro Cleland ’73 (5) Mary B. Clydesdale ’58 (10) Diana M. Colaianni ’69 (5)

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Cheryl L. Cole ’96 Pamela Coleman ’68 (3) Kathleen Colletto ’79* Barbara Greene Collier ’69 (5) Annette Lucente Condeluci ’79 Margaret McGinley Conley ’36 Marilyn Goscewski Connaughton ’65 (5) Marie Connelly ’54 (10) Michele Berti Conner ’67 Barbara Ann Connolly ’69 (5) Sharon Connor Judith Contrucci ’66 (3) Frances Considine Cook ’67 Mary Lou H. Corcoran ’50 (10) Lisa Marie Costa ’10 Pamela Elaine Coudriet-Arroyo ’06 (3) Mary Jean Coughlin ’62 (3) Dorothy Cousins ’61 (5) Donna Lee Crawford ’88 (3) Philmore Crichlow Mary Ann C. Cronauer ’60 (3) Frances Hanley Cummings ’67 Pat Cunningham* Mary Parran Curren ’67 Virginia Fisher Curtis ’67 Yolanda F. Cypher ’74 (10) Mary T. DaCanal, OD ’86 Cecilia Zak Dambaugh ’65 Regina Wojciechowski Danek ’61 (10) Virginia Pauley Davis ’62 Maria L. De la Cueva ’93 (3) Dean of Shadyside Salon Judith Ross Deelo ’69 (3) Susan Joan Deile ’65 (10) Christy L. Dennison* Siobhan K. DeWitt* Victoria Dexter ’87 Joan E. Diegel-Carcillo Jessica Carmelita Diggs, PhD ’00 Loretta Alexandrunas Dillner ’54 (3) Nicole Marie DiMario ’12 Judith DiNardo, CPA ’70 (10) Katherine Dzuricky Ditrich ’73 (3) Joseph V. and Karen M. DiVito Ave Maria Dlubak ’66

18 LEGACY 2012/2013

Martha Scarano Dolfi ’69 (3) Dominion Foundation (10) Louanna Marie Donajkowski Judith E. Dora Edward F. Dougherty Elizabeth K. Douglas ’68 (10) Charma Dorea Dudley, PhD ’80 (10) EdnaMay Slivosky Duffy, PhD ’64 Martha A. Duncan ’88 (10) Thomas J. Durand Maryann Dzama, EdD ’64 Kathleen Howell Early ’77 (10) Rose A. Eckenrod ’02, ’09 (10) Lois Kuntz Eckert ’53 (10) Veronica Murray Edwards ’93 (3) Ellen Darcher Ehlers ’71 (5) Ehrlich Pest Control Jan Alpert Engelberg ’71 (5) Mary Duffy Epifanio ’68 (3) Susan Dowd Erdeljac ’73 (5) Judith Brandt Erick ’75 (3) Ellie Erwin Mary E. Erwin Catherine Campbell Evers ’52 Petra Fallaux Christine Strapac Favero ’62 (3) Marian K. Fedak ’00 (3) Jacqueline Feeley ’59 (3) Lacey Fetcko (3)* Janine Mutnansky Fiesta, JD ’68 Jane A. Filowat-Milner ’93 (3) Audrey Elizabeth Fincher ’93 Judith Minto Fiset ’65 (10) Cynthia Ann Fisher ’04 (5) Frieda Flaminio ’66 (3) Adrian Mangan Flink ’76 Nadege A. Flint* Cheryl Fogarty ’72 (5) Bonnie Fogle Frances Hvizdos Foley ’52 (10) Leah S. Foster ’91 Foxburg Inn & Hotel Joyce Francis ’69 (10) Yolanda S. Frank Kathryn Novotny Franko ’45 (10)

Dale E. Fredley* Barbara Gillman Freed ’65 (10) Mary Teresa Frenchik ’74 (5) Annette Bartolo Frese ’62 (5) Patricia Fritz ’90, ’91 (10) Rosemarie Furnari ’66 (5) Lois J. Fyke ’97 Kathryn Gardner, EdD ’64 (3) Bernadette Garrison ’79 Nancy Ruane Gatti Barbara Deller Gaynor ’63 Gloria Wilson Geisler ’54 (10) Isabel Moore Gerenyi ’56 Suzanne Vilsack Gero ’62 (10) Lois Ann Gezo ’75 (5) Donna Daly Gill ’69 (5) Judy Wehs Gillespie ’64 Clare Gillis ’67 (5) Marianne Thomas Gilson ’80 (10) Albert Giordano, PhD ’50 Mimi Giroux ’57 (10) Eleanor Ann Gladden ’62 (5) Jody Glance Evelyn K. Glass ’86 (10) Marcia Marilyn Glass ’86 (10) Elizabeth Glies ’56 (10) Jean A. Glontz ’89, ’90 Dawn E. Gloss ’91, ’92 (10) Golf Club of Washington (3) Claudia Wiesen Good ’73 Betsy Egan Goodman ’66 (10) Teresa Kochmar Goodwin ’67 Ruth Ann Modzelewski Gorry, PhD ’85 Jeanne Grabowski ’70 (10) Carol Grasha ’64 (3) Charles Green Gertrude Green Roberta Costlow Grotstein ’67 (5) Sharon Callahan Grzanka ’71 (10) Helen Hegerle Haag ’71 Janet M. Hale Susan J. Hannak ’99, ’02 Patrick Hannan Susan Boruch Hanye ’69 (5) Rosemary Held Hare ’55 (3)

Edith Harris Patricia A. Harvard-Hinchberger, EdD ’72, ’77 Margaret Hannah Haselhoff ’10 Theresa M. Hassett* Marian Hatton ’55 (10) Carol A. Haverkamp ’60 Maria J. Healey Wilma D. Heflin ’77 Marie Cicone Heinle ’56 (10) Maureen Helt ’70 Donna Henke ’67 Julie A. Hester ’94 Clare Hetzler Hilton Garden Inn Frederick A. Hoerster (5) Kathleen J. Hogan (3)* Peggy L. Holmes ’00 Ruby A. Holmes ’00 Virginia Zewe Holten, PhD ’60 (5) Marilou Hoppe ’73 (3) Jane Hopson ’68, ’69 (5) Dawna G. Horton ’10 (3)* Margaret Streiff Horvath ’64 (5) Kathy Taimuty Householder ’77 (10) Joann Lubic Hughes ’56 (10) Lilia Comer Huguley ’84 Sally M. Imbriglia Laura Mullaney Immormino ’76 (10) Renee M. Ingel ’05* Iona College Nancy Yunker Isler ’55 (10) Kathy A. Iurlano ’84 Mary Beth Jenkins (3) Mary Ellen Jenkins ’71 (10) Toni Johnson ’80 (3) Mary Ann Jones ’58 (10) Sara Lopushansky Juliano ’64 Maureen Weldon Kamons, OD ’85 (5) Patricia Caldwell Kanavich ’00 Audette Cushman Karan ’61 (3) Kate Keane ’71 Margaret McGurty Keenan ’58 (10) Barbara Kekich, JD ’69 (3) David Kelley Carolyn Kelly ’97

† DECEASED * FACULTY/STAFF (3) THREE (5) FIVE (10) TEN CONSECUTIVE YEARS OF GIVING


National Alumni Campaign Leadership Council (L to R) Front row: Carey Libertini ’01, Maureen McBride ’75, Judith Klingensmith ’63, ’71, Suzanne K. Mellon, PhD, Heidi Meier ’77, Deborah Talarico ’73; back row: Barbara Kraft ’83, Sara Marie Baldi ’77, Janice Sudak ’80, Joanne Malenock ’59, Nancy Stuever ’73, and Jeanne Gleason ’60.

Rosemary Kennelly Kelly ’40 (3) Sharra Kelly Marita O. Kenna, MD ’45 (10) Karen Fischer Kennedy ’76 (10) Kathy S. Kennedy ’91 (5) Marie Wolfe Kennedy ’49 (10) Patricia Schreiner Kerner ’61 (5) Robert and Mary Kiernan Margaret Mary Kimmel, PhD Teresa Vento Kimmel ’54 (10) Rosemary Weber Kindelan ’43, ’46 (10) Laura A. Sigmund Kindlin ’55 (10) Linda King Elizabeth Ritz Kleinhample ’87 (3) Joan Severin Klems ’62 (10) Debra Schneiderlochner Kline ’81 (5) Michael S. Kline Paula Wirfel Knicely ’93, ’07 (5)

Denise Erdman Koch-Cole ’66 (10) Lucille M. Koors ’71 (10) Ann Curry Koster ’59 (10) Joan Welling Kovalcik ’55 (10) William J. Kowallis (3)* Jeff Krackow Joan G. Kraft ’51 (10) Marie Plesha Kraig ’65 (5) Susan K. Kral ’70 (10) Nadine Lynn Kramer ’00 (3) Valerie Krasneski-Schreiber ’83 Theresa Kuhlmann ’70 (3) Mary Ellen Kunesh ’71 (10) Nagen Kurukulasuriya Alice L. Laffey ’67 Luann Lagnese* Mary Gloninger Lahoda ’74 Carole Wilson Lambert, PhD ’67 (3)

† DECEASED * FACULTY/STAFF (3) THREE (5) FIVE (10) TEN CONSECUTIVE YEARS OF GIVING

Alma J. Lampert ’02 (3) Landman Services, LLC Theresa Niedziela Laver ’76 (10) Florence Vitevitch Lawson ’55 Mary Magdic Lebowitz ’89 Joanne Burke Lee ’49 (10) Sandra Schweibinz Leggett ’64 (10) Nancy E. Lemieux ’77 (5) Teresa Lazarchick Lenart ’58 Irene Leong ’91, ’98* Mary Agnes Leschak ’64 (3) Irene A. Lietz (10)* Theresa Lilly Dolores Lasky Lindblom ’62 (5) Carol A. Lindner Charlene Weekly Lindsey ’69 (10) Rosemary Kubit Lininger ’76 Alice Leban Lipscomb ’46 James J. Lombardi Dolores Lopushansky ’64 (10) Nancy Carrie Lowe ’80 (3) Janet Williams Luczak ’77 (3) Carrol Lund ’66 (5) Barbara Sozanski MacIver ’71 LaVerne Vaughan Madancy ’52 Linda R. Madden-Brenholts ’88 (10) Margaret Murphy Magill ’54 (5) Jeanne Axmacher Magrini ’72 Melicent J. Malchenson ’75 (10) Barbara Ann Malczak ’62 (10) Marsha Ann Maljan ’83 (10) George B. Marino (3) Vivian Vecchi Marino ’67, ’68 (10) Amanda S. Martin Mary Ann P. Mastroianni ’59 (5) Darlene C. Matthews ’01 (3) Amy Marie May Linda Cole Maydak* Mildred Ankrom Mazgaj ’72 Bernadette Cadena Mazza ’56 (3) Joan Schmitt McCafferty ’48 (3) Sharon L. McCartney ’91 (3) Iris Kraft McClenahan ’61 (10) Elizabeth McClintock (3)* Yetivemarie K. McComas ’86 (10)

Marianne McConnell ’75 Roseanne McGrady ’70 (10) Amy B. McGrath ’98 (3) Phillip McGuire Suzanne Denne McHugh ’99 (10) Eleanor McKenzie ’65 (3) McKesson Foundation, Inc. (5) Janet Louise McKinney ’00 Christine R. McLachlan ’64 (10) Kriston Anne McMichael Robert McMichael Eileen McVey ’37 Donna Johnston Metz ’88 (3) Christine D. Meyer, PhD ’80 (5) Mary E. Midgley Miller Mats (3) Joan M. Miller ’63 (5) Patricia Cullinan Miller ’69 (5) Genevieve Godish Minni ’62 Ann Mitch-Resignalo ’73, ’77 Joan M. Mitsch ’90 (10) Eileen Michelle Molchan ’89 Mary Anne Molinari ’66 William H. Molloy (10) Patricia Monahan ’64 Joan Halloran Moore ’60 (10) msl Direct Printing Solutions Enrique Mu, PhD* Anne Marie Murno Mulcahy ’69 Elizabeth Mulvaney (3)* Elizabeth Holtz Murphy, EdD ’71 (5) Karen Struble Myers ’07 (3) Noreen Graf Nalitz ’71 (3) Janice G. Nash ’12 (5)* Charles Neighley ’94 (3) Patricia Nemeth ’63 Beatrice Malone Nicholas ’52 (5) Virginia Norkus ’71 Adam L. Novak* Anne Dorsey Novak ’45 (10) Stephanie Novak ’64 (5) Virginia Hague Nowak ’61 Oakland Catholic High School Tara M. O’Brien Kathleen A. O’Connell ’71 (10)

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FACULTY AND STAFF DEMONSTRATE THEIR COMMITMENT TO CARLOW

During a two-week campaign in Spring 2013, almost 70 percent of Carlow University faculty and staff members pledged their support to the University and the Comprehensive Campaign. Loyalty to Carlow is evident among many who are dedicated to the University’s mission. The campaign’s totals are impressive: 159 staff members pledged $22,663 and 65 faculty members pledged $32,175.

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Carlow University faculty and staff members gathered for an end-of-campaign celebration in St. Joseph Hall on April 30, 2013. Former Carlow University president, Mary Hines, and George Pry, former chairman of the Board of Trustees, made remarks, and attendees dined on donated Rita’s Italian Ice, popcorn, and a candy buffet.

Patrick J. O’Connell* Barbara King O’Connor ’66 Mary A. O’Connor, PhD ’75 Sean William O’Driscoll Susan M. Olaharski Carol Oliva ’64 (10) Marian Hreha Olson ’67 Susan L. O’Rourke (10)* Timothy Westerfield Ottie Audia Marie Otto ’71 (10) Patricia O. Pahre ’66 (3) Diana Paladino (5) Dorothy Shall Palmieri ’60 (3) Nicholas Parrendo Michele Pasko Anna Mae Sebulak Patz ’60 (10) Jody J. Pavlik ’98 (10) Melissa Perez Antoinette Pergolin Eleanor Peternel ’56 (10) Mary Catherine Peters ’92 (3) Karen Petruny ’72 (10) Jean T. Petruska ’89 (10) Leslie Petruzzelli ’93 (10) B. Christine Phillips Kristan A. Phillips ’88, ’89 (3) Scott R. Phillips Frances Ellen Pischke ’03 Pittsburgh Public Theater (3) Bernadette McGinley Plantes ’44 (3) Barbara A. Plucienik ’71 (10) Jacqueline B. Poloka ’91, ’01 (5) Patricia Riesmeyer Pope ’69 (10) Evelyn Tabacek Quinn ’62 Marilyn Szymialis Radke, MD ’73 (10) WenXia Zeng Raiti ’02 (5) Elizabeth Hvizdos Reed ’61 Robert A. Reed, PsyD (10)* Susan Waters Reed ’68 (3) Marlene E. Reisinger ’66 (3) Mary Georgia Rezsutek ’62 (10) Lisa Ann Rich, JD ’80 Patricia Fitzgerald Riehl ’60 Margaret Riesmeyer ’71 (3) Jo Ann Riley ’63 (10)

Suellen Rizvi ’70 (10) Jacqueline Rohrbach Rosemary Sanvito Romboski ’95 (3) Mary Ann Rondinelli ’96, ’00 Paul Rosenblatt Michael H. Rosenzweig and Margaret Quinn Rosenzweig, PhD ’81 Elizabeth Colfer Rottschaefer ’65 (10) Lila Russo ’66, ’67 (10) Zeletta Sailer ’56 Shareen Salem ’62 (10) Doris L. Salis, PhD ’62 (10) Sally Ann Salmastlian ’67 (3) Ruthann Meyers Santry ’71 (3) Kathleen Ewing Sawyer ’68 (3) Anna Marie Schaefer ’59 (3) Georgiann Schaefer ’63 Deborah Mae Schafers ’96 Mary Galbraith Schall ’77 Marlene DeGidio Schell ’65 (3) Frank Schellhammer ’00 Linda Schifino, PhD (5)* Robert Schlitts Beverly A. Schlotterbeck ’67 (3) Margaret Pardee Schmitz ’63 Bonnie E. Schuster ’70 (3) David A. Scott (5) Sandra Seegmiller Karen Seehausen ’70 (3) Mary Pat Sembroski ’72 (10) Jennifer Severn ’95 (3) Shadyside Inn Mary Sheedy ’56 Audrey Malone Sheehan ’60 (10) Mary Jo Sheridan ’70 Annabelle Shimps Joseph P. Short, Jr. Virginia Tierney Short ’46 (10) Susan Stuart Shutter ’06 (3)* Karen Siarkowski ’70 (3) Mary Vollmer Sigmond ’40 Faith A. Sisk ’96, ’01 (3) Mary Beth Sklar ’83 (10) Lois J. Slocum ’99 Patricia Slosar ’70 (3)

† DECEASED * FACULTY/STAFF (3) THREE (5) FIVE (10) TEN CONSECUTIVE YEARS OF GIVING


Peggy Slota (3)* Tracey Smart, DO ’92 (5) Amy Smith Catherine Wright Smith ’53 (10) Eleanor B. Smith Jacqueline M. Smith* Joan Hardiman Smith ’69 (3) Kate Smith ’60 (3) Rosemary Hanley Smith ’60 (10) Kelley J. Snoddy Kelly Sobczak Society for Pennsylvania Archaeology Dolores R. Somma ’53 (10) William M. Sonnett (10) Leo J. Spaeder, Jr. Barbara Ann Speaker ’49 (10) Valerie D. Spence ’02 Cecile Springer (3) Square Knights of The Round Table St. Patrick - St. Stanislaus Kostka Parish Christine Stack ’79 Neva L. Stanger Carol Scheidl Stasik ’65 (10) Steel City Interpreters Regina Rusnock Stevenson ’65 (10) Deborah Stewart ’77 Heidi Strickler Stewart, JD ’78 Stivers Staffing Services (3) Darlene Stockhausen ’02 (5) Rita Kohut Stone ’61 Christine M. Streaker ’96 Gerald John Stubenhofer, Jr. Audrey Schulter Studley ’69 (3) Jessica Lucille Sturkie-Lorenz ’02 Margaret Suess ’69 (10) Megan Sullivan Linda K. Swatek ’62 (5) Carol Cunningham Sweeney ’58 (10) Lisa Sweetney Swint ’85 Rebecca Oaks Swint ’95, ’10 (3) Michele DiLella Sylvester ’99, ’00 (3) Eleanor Szemborski ’59 (10) Karen Szewczyk ’77 (3) Evan Tachoir (3)*

Jo Ellen Temple-Baur ’72 (3) Carol Csurny Thur ’67 Anne Toffolon ’68 Irene T. Toma ’93 (10) Elizabeth Brewer Tomayko ’77 (10) Hector T. Torres (3)* Sandy Tracy ’63 (10) Kathleen Boal Trainor ’60 (10) Irene Traugut ’60 (10) Lucille Trettel ’66 (10) Arlene Trichtinger ’52 (10) J. Douglas Trovato Valerie Tucci ’60 (5) Carmela Turi ’71 (10) U.S. Bancorp Foundation (5) Laure J. Valentine ’88 (10) James E. Vaux, Jr. Doris Veihdeffer ’51 Karen L. Velazquez, MD ’85 Geraldine Vesnesky ’64 Cynthia Tai Vogel Jack Vogel Kathryn Margaret Vreeland Karen Petrillo Vukich ’72 (5) Karen Keating Wagner, JD ’58 (5) Kevin Wagstaff Lucienne Wald Elisabeth Fehl Wallace, JD ’69 (10) Margaret Crowley Walsh ’83 (5) Yu-Wan Cheng Wang ’84 Carol Kryzan Ward ’66 (10) Janice D. Ward ’71 (3) Patricia Ann Ward ’72 (3) Saundra Hondal Waseleski ’77 (10) Patricia Anne Weaver Joanne Haines Weber ’79 (5) Rose I. Weber ’96 (5) Janet Margaret Wehner ’68 (5) Donna Marie Weiss ’87 (10) Geraldine Seth Welden ’53 (10) Mary Ann Wellener ’67 Patricia Falvo Whipkey ’68 (3) Rosalind H. Wholey Jo Ann Williams ’58 (3) Joan McCauley Willoughby ’62

† DECEASED * FACULTY/STAFF (3) THREE (5) FIVE (10) TEN CONSECUTIVE YEARS OF GIVING

Lorraine Kinskey Wilson ’50 (5) Susan M. Winstel* Joan Zolkoski Witt ’80 (3) Carole J. Wojciechowski* Gloria Klavon Wolak ’74 Christine Wolfe ’70, ’99 (10) Lorraine Mary Wolfe ’84 (10) Lee Woodruff Wood ’68, ’69 Rory Smith Woods ’69 (5) Philomina Capano Woodside ’58 (10) Rose M. Woolley (3)* Sallie E. Wormer* Wayne Wu Kathleen Yosko ’73 Margaret Zalewski ’70 (10) Marcie Zanic Carol Linder Zeltner ’59 Susan Tullius Ziders ’81 (10) Donna R. Zimmerman ’07, ’08 Nancy Picciano Zimmerman, PhD ’73 (5) Renita Ann Zumbo ’87 (3) Christine Zyra UNDER $100 Janice K. Abrams (3)* Anthony W. Accamando, Jr. Ellen Steele Ahmad ’72 Anna Valvo Albrecht ’07 (3) Jennifer C. Aldridge Lisa Maloney Aleo ’86 Barbara Coonley Allen ’73 Alliance Data Patricia Marie Almasy ’02 Mary Lynn Alpino ’86 (10) Martha Bodnar Anderson ’67 (10) Ursula Anderson ’66 Viola DiMartino Andrascik ’49 (3) Barbara Wolfe Andrews ’58 (3) Andy Rommes Paving Anonymous (30 Donors) Kathleen Roddy Antonazzo ’69 Janet Orange Aradine ’01 (10) Erica T. Armbruster * Mary Artuso ’64 (10)

Mary Ann Augustyn ’70 (3) Cynthia D. Bajack ’84 Faith Mero Baker ’63 Karen M. Baker Rebecca Baker ’95 (3) Jean Similo Baldwin ’61 (3) Janice L. Ballinger ’97 Beverly Barkon* Kate H. Barrett ’06 Marian Patricia Barron ’89 (10) Judith Dumm Barsic ’61 Eileen Cahill Bates ’51 Marilou Bates ’67 Donna Thornburg Bauer ’74 (5) Kathleen S. Bauer ’92, ’93 (10) Elizabeth Hickey Beck ’96 Nancy Flaherty Beck ’67 (10) Loretta Becker-Uhlmann ’79 (5) Suk Hui Bedell* Joan Bellisario (3) Mary Diulus Bellisario ’49 Kathleen Durkin Bendel ’69 Paul S. Benko* Carrie Benson* Mary Grace Bente ’80 (3) Amanda Lin Berg ’12 Amanda Lynn Berney* Michol Berrigan ’68 Lisa Marie Bertocchi ’99, ’00 (10) Barbara Tobin Bettwy ’64 Sandra Ann Bevelacqua ’66 Eugene J. Biedrzycki, Jr. Morgen Black-Smith Kathleen Marie Blandford ’64 (3) Lawna R. Blankenship ’97, ’05 Theresa Blasko ’85 Dianne E. Bloss ’68 (5) Kay Blunda ’60 Monica Bobal ’67 Lauren Boeh* Cathy Hensch Boggess ’80 Rachel Booth Jessica R. Boudakian* Susan Terza Bouwman ’71 Lois Neus Bozzo ’50 (5)

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Marjorie Brehl ’61 (3) Maureen Rooney Brentrup ’71 (3) Nancy Brenza ’65 (10) Catherine T. Briddes ’83 (5) Barbara R. Brindle, PhD ’75 (5) Christine Broadfield ’90 (5) Rita Brocke, RSM ’53 Brodersen Instrument Company, Inc. (3) Judith Anderson Brown ’63 Kristin N. Brown ’08 (5) Rosalyn Brown ’75 (3) Florence L. Bucholtz* Loretta Walsh Budzyn ’72 Christine Burger ’75 Mary Schultenover Burke ’60 (3) Regina Hammer Burke ’68 Linda M. Burns* Jonathan E. Butterfield Debra J. Buttorff Melanie A. Byrom* Rita Bialek Caldwell ’54 (3) Celeste A. Callahan Regina Callahan Donna Watenpool Campbell ’83 Nancy Ferrainolo Campbell ’72 Nancy Caplan, PhD ’58 Mary A. Capp ’90, ’91, ’96 (10) Michael S. Capp (3)* William H. Carson (3) Ana Maria Cases, RSM ’62 (3) Mary Ann Cashdollar ’90, ’91 Judy Cashmere* Mary DiLucente Cassinelli ’49 (3) Officer A. Castelli* Mary Grace Ruffing Charron ’53 (10) Barbara M. Checco-Sterner ’69 Ting Ting Chung* Felicia Cianciarulo, PhD ’98 (5)* Donna Marie Ciarcinski ’03 (3) Margaret A. Cirocco ’00 (3) Citizens Charitable Foundation (5) Charmaine J. Clark Beatrice Augustine Close ’55 (5) Celine Clouse ’70 Irene Hrynewich Coan ’47 (5)

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Marie Celine Coan, RSM ’59 Gretchen Doerr Cohen ’69 (3) Arlene Coles ’92, ’93 (10) Jean Ferry Comber ’73 (3) Margaret Wagner Condon ’50 (3) Andrea E. Conlon ’93 Deborah Allen Connelly ’71 (5) Kathleen Conrad Stephanie Conrad* Mary Conway, JD ’68 Diane F. Cook ’92 (3) Melinda Cook ’92, ’93 Karen L. Cooper ’96 (3) Courtney L. Cornell ’08 Doreen Donauer Cosentino ’68 (5) Marian G. Costello ’86 Beverly Kurimsky Coto ’69 Brandi L. Cottrell* Barbara Coulehan ’64 (3) Rose M. Crane ’89 (3) Rose J. Creehan Rose Catanese Crisanti ’61 (3) Jeffrey W. Crist Kelly G. Crist Barbara Trocki Cullen ’74 Karen C. Cunningham ’68 (3) Kelleigh Cunningham Marilyn Kengor Cupec ’57 Diane Curtin ’65 Joanne Caito Cushard ’63 Laurie Jo Danhires ’13* Susan Brewer Daniel ’69 Patricia Barrett Daube ’86 (3) Carol Enslen Davidek ’69 (10) Bette Ann Davis ’00 Carolyn Quinn Davis ’63 Cynthia Davis ’00 Flora Witherspoon Davis ’91 Michael A. Day* Dora Frangona Dean ’49 (10) Karen Hradesky DeCarlucci ’85 August C. Delbert* Danean L. Delinski ’00 Christine Deramo ’92 Anna D’Eramo ’52 (10)

Floann Householder Derdeyn ’63 Jeffrey and Janet Devlin* Daria Dewitt Claudia Marie Dezwick ’67 Karen M. Diamond, RSM ’65 Mary Kay Diener ’77 (3) Terry Patricia Dietz-Polczynski ’95 Frances Stang Dinnin ’61 Loretta DiVecchia ’70 (10) Clarice Withum Dohanich ’57 Canice P. Dolan ’60* Rita Belcastro Dolan ’62 (3) Michelle Napoleon Dolney ’00 (3) Ann Donoghue(3) George M. Doose* Mary Doubleday* Andrea Lee Drenning ’04, ’10 Frank Dreslinski* Helen Donahoe Dreven ’44 Ann Driscoll, RSM ’62 Winifred Flynn Driscoll ’60 Mary Kerns Dubendorfer ’71 Susan B. Dudas ’93 (3) Maryann Bruno Duff ’97 Barbara Celinscak Duffield ’59 Thomas C. Dunford ’92 (3) Mary Lou Dunlay ’53 Alice Dunlop, OP ’71, ’85 (5) Dorothy Ferrell Durina ’51 (3) Carole Demilio Duvall, JD ’71 (10) Connie Dyer* Thomas J. Dynoske* Jane Eacobacci ’66 Joyce Bonno Eagan ’69 (5) Dorothy Lebo Ebbert ’55 (10) Barbara Edwards ’67 Karen Eicker ’76 Chris Eisenbeis ’03 (3) Connie McDermott Emmett ’70 Karen M. Emmett ’85 Erin Emily Engel ’04, ’05 Nancy Ceraso English ’77 (3) Michele Furiga Engman ’69 (10) Ellen L. Erhart ’61 (5) Cheryl H. Estep ’95

Irene Totin Estocin ’61 (3) Maureen A. Evans ’68 (5) Rebecca Doyle Evans ’76 (5) Yvonne Gaither Evans ’81 Carla Rae Fabac ’01 (3) Marie E. Fabrizio ’90, ’91 (3) Jane Fadgen, RSM ’65 Nancy Genovese Fahey ’65 Pat Lupinacci Falbo ’64 (3) Anna Falcione (10)* Phyllis Balkovitz Fassio ’69 (10) Stephen Fatla* Mary Beth Favorite ’71 Constance Graff Feiler ’81 Barbara Woll Feldmann ’61 (5) Kenneth Ference* Minnetta C. Feyrer ’80 Jennifer A. Filak* Jane A. Fiore ’66 (3) Arlene Fiumefreddo ’64 Nancy Minadeo Flanigan ’64 Phyllis Maria Flavin* Dorothy Pavlick Fleming ’62 Nancy Buono Fluharty ’69 (10) Roberta Nancy Foizey ’03, ’06* Joanna Rae Forbes ’07 (3) Beverley K. Fox Patricia J. Frauenholz (10)* Mary Ellen Freil ’53 (10) Dorothea Keally Freyer ’48 (5) Patricia Bradley Friday ’69 (10) Joan B. Friedberg James Friedline Jessica Friedrichs* Rachel Mayer Furman* Dorene Gabelli ’66 (10) Kathleen Gaberson, PhD ’70 (3) Melanie J. Gaebel ’11* David L. Gallaher, PhD* Helen L. Gallena ’58 Letitia Pontello Galletta ’59 (3) Jacqueline Gallik ’63 (10) David Gallo Julie L. Gandley ’90 (3) Joan Alfieri Gannon ’57 (5)

† DECEASED * FACULTY/STAFF (3) THREE (5) FIVE (10) TEN CONSECUTIVE YEARS OF GIVING


Mary Ann Ganz ’62 (5) Cecilia Dernovsek Garrity ’75 (5) Patricia Anne Gasda ’73 (3) Clare Ann Gase ’67 (5) Deborah Clawson Gasparich ’80 Georgianne Geche-Rewalt ’62, ’63 (5) Marianne Dunn Geier ’58 (5) Sarah Geier, VSC ’83 Beatrice Russo Gendelman ’64 Cynthia Jayne Gentile ’87 (3) Joan Payne Germany ’93 JoAnne Huether Gerules ’63 (5) Ruth V. Getz ’92, ’93 Giulio Giandomenico Barbara Gilles ’10 (10) Judith Giovannitti ’70 Regina Glad Glitz ’85 (10) Carol Glock ’75 (5) Mary Jean Goehring ’51 (10) Anna Marie Goetz, RSM ’62 Karen Marie Goldbach* Anne Traurig Goscenski ’64 (10) John and Valerie Gotaskie Donna Grab ’98 (5) Carolyn Graffam Eileen Buck Gratton ’66 (3) Thelma Tometsko Greco ’66, ’67 (10) Lianne Sproul Greve ’76 Barbara Conner Grignano ’66 Ramona Cyrus Grigsby ’68 (5) James F. Guentner, Jr. ’72 (3) Carol Houze Guidry ’63 Marjorie Amend Haas ’57 Daniel J. Hall* Ruth L. Hall ’86 (3) Joan Wu Halpin ’56 (3) Judith Celeste Halterlein* Janice Haltigan ’70 (3) Lillian Susan Hampton-Giles ’79, ’84 Susan Q. Hankowitz ’01 Anna Marie Churilla Hanlon ’55 (10) The Hanna Family (5) Margaret S. Hannan ’92 (3) Michele L. Harayda ’92 Amanda Marie Harbay ’03 (5)

Susan Marie Harchelroad* Margaret Haring, RSM ’61 Rose W. Hart ’00 Deborah A. Hartman ’02 Suzanne R. Hartner ’87 Carol Mrosco Haubrich ’62 Jane F. Hause ’57 (10) David C. Hay Robin A. Hay Deborah Esswein Hayes ’81 Barbara C. Hays ’68 (5) Samuel Hazo (5) Bonnie Heh, RSM ’69 (10) Clotilda B. Heimbuch* Rosemary Holmes Henk ’73 (5) Rosanna Marinpetro Henry ’79 (3) Paula K. Hensley Marylouise Hornsleth Herbold ’66 (3) Deirdre M. Herr-Byers ’82 Jeanne Pardini Hessler ’49 Mary Paul Hickey, RSM ’51 (10) Natasha Dana Higgins ’07* Patricia R. Higgins ’03 Susan M. Higinbotham ’90, ’97 Christy Lee Hillegas ’01 (3) Darlene Malone Hills ’84 (10) Catherine F. Hilton Diane Dearfield Hitchan ’82 Patricia Kasperski Hoak ’83 (3) Frances Hogan Mary A. Hoglund Karen Daneen Holeva ’88 Fred A. Holland Lorraine Myers Holliday ’73 Lucille Holtz, RSM ’62 Rachel Hortert ’93 Jennifer Lee Horwat ’01, ’10* Joan A. House (3)* Marie K. Hredzak ’51 (10) Marianne Hudzik ’70 Patricia Moore Huecker ’64 Wendy Rapp Huffman ’98 (3) Pearl Hughey ’03, ’05 Leanne M. Huminski ’95 (5) Karen Ward Humphrey ’74 (10)

† DECEASED * FACULTY/STAFF (3) THREE (5) FIVE (10) TEN CONSECUTIVE YEARS OF GIVING

Audrey H. Hurray ’65 Karen Ruddy Hursh ’67 Michelle L. Hutterer ’07 (3) IDL Worldwide Joanne Marie Illig ’66 Suzette Marie Ippolito* Bonnie W. Isacke, PhD (3) Melody B. Ives ’88 Joann Rozsas Jabour ’79 (3) Frances Jackson, JD ’60 Patricia A. Jameson ’86 Cathryn Meinz Jana ’57 (10) Lorraine Bukowski Jedlick ’50 (3) Lori Ann Jensen ’07 Frances E. Jetcyk ’72 Rita McCartan Jezl ’53 (10) Carol A. Johnson* Lauren M. Johnson ’03 Jones Lang LaSalle Americas Raymond W. Jones, Jr. Roberta Colleen Jones ’03 Susan Jones ’70 Bridget M. Joyce ’07 Charlotte Cieslak Joyce ’77 (5) Marylee Connors Judeikis ’74 (3) Beth A. Kairush, CPA ’90 (3) John and Judith A. Kalakos Mary Quinn Kambic ’68 (10) Denice Kaminski ’87 Eileen Bronder Kaminsky ’76 Jo Ann Lyons Kammerdeiner ’60 (5) Mary Lou M. Kavallierakis ’60 (5) Laura A. Kelley* James M. Kelly, PhD* Joleine M. Kenaan ’70 (10) Judith Kenaan, CSJ ’72 Marian Kennedy ’73 Nancy Elaine Kern ’00, ’05 (10) Mary M. Kieler ’95 (10) Elizabeth Minick Kielman ’69 (10) Kimberly King Marlene A. King ’90 (10) Miriam Anne King ’74, ’11 (10) Sigrid King* Joann Kinney

Elizabeth M. Kinol ’94 Mary Jean Kirby ’69 (5) Mary Ann Kirch ’67 (5) Betty Grace Kirschman-Cannon ’61 Elaine H. Klimkowski Marcia J. Kline Elinore Michelle Kneidinger ’93 Gary S. Knispel Generose Knispel Ronald Knispel Leighann Burdis Koch ’99, ’12 Judy Hanratty Koehn ’65 Emily Marie Kolek ’11 (3)* Kathryn Simpson Kon ’63 (3) Margaret Hamas Kopay ’46 Jane Surman Kotnik ’41 Shannon Monica Kotvas* Sara Kountz ’64 (10) Anita Andrews Kovalsky ’77 (5) Judith A. Koveleskie ’68 (3) Denise M. Krall ’80 (10) Stephanie Lee Krasinski ’11 Kathleen E. Krichbaum, PhD ’69 (3) Marjorie H. Krieger ’62 (10) Sara Blaine Krupa ’98 Michele Michele Kuhn ’91 Mauria Zalavary Kunkel ’88 Ashley Elizabeth Kunkle ’11 (3)* Kenneth J. Kwasniewski Karyn L. Kwiatkowski(10)* Maryellen Labik ’90 (3) Joan Laboon, RSM ’59 (5) Rosemary Laboon, RSM ’57 (10) Stefanie Elizabeth LaBorda ’10 Cecilia Corinne Lackey ’09 Nicole Lacy* Laurie L. Laird* Angeline Fricioni Lake ’63 (3) Donna J. Lamanna ’07 Nancy Schneider Lapinski ’72 (3) Sandra Flucker Larson ’82 Vicki L. Lauffer ’06 (3) Margaret Weitzel Lazar ’75 Lee Ann Mazzocco Leapman ’91 (10) Carol LaSavage LeBlanc ’66

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Rebecca A. Lee ’90 Kathleen Piovesan Lekse ’63 Kathleen Healy Ligday ’61 Christine Lillard ’77 (3) Linda’s Imprinted Products Rachel L. Lizik ’96 Amy Nicely Lloyd ’09 (10)* Jeanette Titus Lockovich ’76 Audrey Foizey Loeffler ’49 Lynn L. Lombardo ’99 Pamela Schultz Long ’68 (10) Marlene Lotzmann ’76 Marian Barkley Loughran ’60 (3) Janice Rohe Loughrey ’66 Andrew Paul Loveridge* Ada Francis Lovo-Martinez* Anna Marie Lucas ’86 Margaret Campbell Lyday ’69 Jenny MacBeth ’09, ’11 (3)* Rose Ann Madden ’72 Kathleen Mannion Maibauer ’73 (5) Lana Burwell Maier ’65 (3) Joyce Czeczely Malaskovitz, PhD ’81 Cory S. Maloney ’04, ’05* Judith Ann Maloni ’65 Frances Wilhere Mamich ’67 Lupe Mangan ’85 (10) Rita Cummins Mannebach ’67 (10) Scott J. Manning* Brett T. Marcoux* John Marino ’88, ’89 Joanne Markovich ’68 (3) Elaine McCauley Marocco ’62 (5) Jeanne M. Marsh ’91, ’92 Barbara Mary Marshall, RSM ’60 (5) Sara Louise Marshall ’87 Faye McGowan Martin ’11 Carol Ann Martz ’84 Sara Maruccio ’70 Darlene Morley Maszle ’69 Cristy M. Matan ’94 Mary Elizabeth Matesich ’81 Mary Kleysteuber Matlak ’69 (3) Diane A. Matthews (10)* Beverly Anne McAdams ’03 (3)

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Elizabeth O. McBreen ’60 (5) Linda McCall ’89 (3) Constance McCarthy ’80 (5) Laura M. McCarthy ’10* David F. McClure Rosalyn Guy McCorkle Katie Marie McCurdy-Marks* Joanne Battaglia McDaniel ’69 Patricia Blumling McDonnell ’54 (5) Fidelis McDonough, RSM (3) Gail McDonough ’01, ’05, ’08* Elizabeth Margaret McElhinny, RSM ’64 Cynthia Lynnette McEnheimer ’96 Lynda Beth McFarland ’05 Joanne Weber McGann ’51 Peggy A. McGarry ’02* Deborah Ransel McGrath ’74 (10) Mary Alice McLaughlin ’81 Colleen M. McMahon ’02 Mary McPhaul ’70 Suellen DeLaney McShane ’60 (10) Chris McTiernan Angela Valitutti McVeagh ’51 (10) Joan Meadows ’70 Deanna R. Meier ’88 Kristina W. Meighan Vaughn E. Meister ’68 (5) Gertrude Burek Mellett ’47 (10) Judy Ann Mermigas ’89 (3) Lorraine Meskowski, RSM ’62 Frances Lampo Miceli ’68 Deborah F. Michalik ’05 Margaret Micklow Emma Jean Middendorf, CDP ’60 (5) Anna Maria Mihalega (3)* Florence Miles ’54 (10) Nancy Wegrzynek Miller ’77 Mindy Marie Mino ’08 Sonia Mino Martha Miott ’80 Linda Flis Mischen ’71 (10) Martha Misencik Elaine J. Misko Kathleen Hanzas Mohl ’51 Loredana Mollica

“ I G R E W U P I N A S I N G LE- PAREN T H OU SEH OLD AN D H AVE ALWAY S H A D TO W O R R Y A B O U T H OW I W OU LD PAY FOR C OLLEG E… . T H A N K YO U AG A I N F O R TH IS AMAZIN G SC H OLARSH IP TO H E L P I N M Y JO U R N EY H ERE AT C ARLOW !” — JAC Q U E L I N E P. ZI N N O, FOREN SIC AC C OU N TIN G /AC C OU N TIN G MA J OR A N D I N F O R M AT I O N T E C H N OLOG Y MIN OR, 2 0 1 6 EX P EC TED R E C I P I E N T O F T H E LO IS D IN EEN W H OLEY ’ 4 5 W O M E N O F S P I R I T S C HOLARSH IP

† DECEASED * FACULTY/STAFF (3) THREE (5) FIVE (10) TEN CONSECUTIVE YEARS OF GIVING


Margaret Anne Monahan ’76 (10) Virginia Martin Monaghan ’74 (3) Mary K. Monske ’84 Abigail Foley Moore ’56 JoAnne D. Moore ’69 (10) Maxine C. Moore ’76 Doreen Nugent Moosa ’78 Kathleen Phillips Morus ’76 (3) Gary Moschetta ’04 Kathleen Kajder Moyar ’77 (5) Maureen Mullen ’67 Nancy Louvris Mulligan ’63 (3) Barbara Cox Murnane ’73 Murphy Butterfield & Holland, PC Cecilia Murphy, RSM ’62 (10) Karla LaBuda Murphy ’88 Kathleen A. Murphy ’93 (10) Patricia Clark Murray ’65 Valarie Ann Nania ’75 Meredith Naples ’67 Sara J. Napoleon ’66 (10) Judith Ann Nardizzi ’96 (5) Carole Naughton ’69 (3) Pamela Jan Naylor* Anita Neal, RSM ’52 (5) Flora Kunkle Nelms ’89 Stephanie B. Nelson* Joanne L. Newsome ’96 (5) Cynthia M. Nicola, EdD ’78 (5) Rosemary McCusker Nilles ’72 (5) David Nixon ’98 Dolores Rakiecz Norwood ’55 (5) Maureen Bedel Novak ’04 (5) Jean Oberpriller, PhD ’64 Mary Winifred O’Brien ’07 Carole L. O’Bryan ’98, ’04 (5) Claire Burton O’Classen ’68 Julia O’Connor ’59 (3) Mary Alice O’Connor, PhD ’63 (10) Karen O’Donnell ’97 Gerry Oggier* Lindsay O’Leary* Dana M. Olup ’00 (5) Margaret Anne Ott ’84, ’00 (3) Edward L. Page ’97

Alma Moore Paholsky ’53 Kimberly Paletta ’80 (10) Barbara Getsey Palso ’67 (10) Mary Berry Panneton ’45 Andrea G. Parise ’07 (3) Mary Ellen W. Park ’58 (10) Anthony Parker Mary Ann Pastorek ’73 (5) Valerie Lynn Patilla ’07* Jeanne B. Pavlik ’65 Michelle A. Peduto* Mary Ellen Peirce ’62 Aurora Cerboni Pelleschi ’50 (5) Sandra D. Pelusi, RSM ’75 (5) Mary Pat Perego ’74 Milagros Pereyra-Rojas ’00, ’03 (3) Natasha DeAnn Perkins ’04 Rosemarie Perla ’74 Joan Schultz Peskin ’81 (3) Geraldine Pociborek Petrak ’64 (10) Susan Clare Petrarca ’85 (3) Sandra Petrosky ’65 (10) Laurie J. Petty* Virginia Harmon Pfahler ’76 (5) Pfizer Foundation Sara Policicchio Phillip ’76 Karen Franks Phillips ’86 (10) Wendy S. Phillips* Geraldine Vidra Piemme ’69 (5) Ruth Pisula ’53 Veronica Furka Pollus ’77 (3) Christine Libbey Porse ’74 Mary Borza Portner ’59 Sarah E. Posti* Kymberli A. Potersnak ’97, ’04 (10) Patricia Kathryn Powell* PPG Industries Foundation (10) Joan R. Price ’72 (5) Terri Lynn Priestley ’86 (3) Renita M. Prince ’95 (10) Caterina Ferrarelli Provost ’59 (10) Kim Dutrow Purvis ’81 (3) Carolyn White Putney ’64 Dorothy Pyryt ’68 (5) Pamela Sue Pyska*

† DECEASED * FACULTY/STAFF (3) THREE (5) FIVE (10) TEN CONSECUTIVE YEARS OF GIVING

Camilla Reid Quinn ’54 (10) Mary Jane Ramer Saul N. Ramirez, Jr. Teresa R. Ramsey ’02 (5) Terri L. Ranft* Kristin A. Raup* Rebecca Ann Ray ’91 (5) Rita Geimer Razum ’69 (5) Robert Reams Erin D. Reeder ’99 (3) Theresa Reese ’95 (3) Joyce Reft ’70 Mary Ann P. Reilly ’60 (10) Kathleen Zmuda Rescigno ’76 Wendy Condie Reynolds ’85 Janet Wilson Rice ’72 (10) Margaret Huber Rice ’62 (3) Margaret Richards ’98 (3) Thomas J. Richards Dorothy O. Richardson ’69 (3) Rebecca Matheson Richardson ’65 (10) Patricia Hurney Rigos ’76 (3) Laura Rihn ’11* Rose Marie Riley, OP Jean Robinson Michele Conroy Robinson ’76 Jill A. Rodgers ’12* Joan L. Roman Linda M. Romito ’89 Tracy A. Ronzio Ignatius Rooney, RSM ’58 Brad Wallace Root ’00 Stephanie Crenshaw Rosenberg ’82 Melinda Marie Rovan ’05 Jeffrey A. Rowe Linda Ruckert ’92, ’93 Patricia M. Ruffner* Monica Rumsey ’66 (3) Gina Iarussi Runyan ’82 Lynn Rush* Sarah Jane Russo ’07 (3) Catharine M. Ryan* Christine M. Ryan ’94 (5) Maureen Reilly Sahr ’81 Susan Salis ’69

Carol Ann Saltsgiver ’86 Kathleen Salvo ’89 Arlene Samadani ’88 Officer Zachary Sams* Debra A. Santarelli ’01 Clara Mae Saternos ’84 (3) Pamela McCue Saylor ’85 Mary Katheryn Scalercio ’73 Denise Smith Scalise ’75 (3) Karen Cameron Scanlon ’66 (3) Pamela R. Schanwald Kimberly Pogozelski Schattauer ’84 Dorothy Lanheady Schmid ’77 Elizabeth Sauer Schmidt ’65 (5) Roberta L. Schomburg (10)* Deborah Schrecongost-Kupas ’89 Judith Lamb Schuerger ’60 Paula Marie Schultz ’72 Dana Schutte ’00 Harriet L. Schwartz (3)* Carol L. Scott-Fowler ’91 (10) Scrub Shack No. 2 Joann Flanigan Scully ’67 Kathleen Mary Seargent ’64 (5) Macrina Seitz ’62 (3) Louise DePalma Senra ’62 (10) Jane Sepede ’72 Patricia Fisher Serenko ’88, ’89 Jane Mueller Sestric ’72 (3) Karen Marie Shaak ’02 Karen Nelson Shaffer ’82 Aubrey N. Shaner Mary M. Shannon ’03 (3) Ruth Groome Shannon ’04, ’05 (5) Mary Lou Shaw ’95 (3) Patricia L. Shepherd Dona Guiser Sherbine ’50 (10) Donna Marie Sheridan ’82 Sherwood Oaks Residents Association Marianne Shields ’79 Joanne Klaus Shissler ’87 (10) Monica Decima Sieber* Madeline Simasek, MD ’72 Lynn Coletta Simko, PhD ’78 (10) Jo Ann S. Simpson*

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Roseann Howley Sinagoga ’60 (10) Jean Krug Singer ’61 (3) Jenny Scarcella Siple ’71 (10) Kelly C. Skeehan ’06, ’11* Veronica Ann Slain ’07 (3)* Ann Kane Slevinski ’68 George Sliman* Laura Neibar Smagala ’01 Carole Dobo Smart ’72 Barbara L. Smelko ’94 Marita N. Smialek ’11 Barbara Smith ’70 Jeanne R. Smith ’86 (3) Kimberly F. Smith, MSN, RN* Marilyn M. Smith ’01 Sandra J. Smith ’66 (3) Bernadette Kwiatkowski Smrekar ’80 (3) Anna Marie Smucker ’70 Marcia F. Snowden ’67 Kae Coughlin Spark ’56 (10) Roberta Spaulding ’64 Edith Keslar Spinneweber ’89 (3) Kathleen Spohn ’63 (10) Karyn Z. Sproles (3)* Cheryl Hogen St. George ’65 Peggyanne Paisley Stack ’65 (5) Shirley Ann Stamford ’82 (10) Mary F. Stamper ’90 Marilyn Morgenstern Stanovich ’76 (10) Stefanik’s Next Generation Contracting Co. Cindy Patterson Sterling ’03 (3) Howard A. Stern* Rosemary M. Stewart ’93 William Stewart* Catherine Lang Stimmel ’90 Michelle Stoner ’11* Jacqueline McArdle Stromple ’60, ’90 Frances Kowach Studnicki ’64 (10) Debra K. Stugard Leona Stumpf, RSM ’67 (5) Rachel Leigh Sulkowski ’02, ’08 Diane M. Sullivan ’68, ’79 Margaret Sullivan ’10* Joan Crowley Summa ’49 (10) Joan Supel, OP ’58

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Sandra Lee Surace ’94 (5) Louise Erb Sutton ’50, ’51 (3) Marylou Klena Svendsen ’66 Catherine Kloecker Swanson ’66 (3) Mary Kay Swanson ’87 Janet M. Sweeney ’79 (3) Cynthia L. Syskowski ’03 Emily M. Szitas* Christy Lee Szolis ’97, ’06 (5) Janice D. Taylor ’00 Kathleen A. Taylor ’00 Christine Thomas ’75 Patricia Thomas ’64 (10) Judy Lacek Thompson ’74 Joann Tiberio ’69 (10) Alexandra M. Tokarsky* Candice Northcut Tomon ’00, ’06 (5) Pauline Toomet-Jencik Janet M. Toomey ’96, ’10 (3) Michaelen Toomey Csaba Toth, PhD* Mary Jane Tovey ’53 Pamela J. Tracey Stephanie C. Tracy Janice M. Trifaro ’69 (5) Rita Marie Trofino ’11 Judith B. Trosell* Diane Michelle Tuomi ’01 Joanne Bergner Turka ’74 (3) Melissa A. Turner (3) Frances M. Ujhazy ’64 (10) Marlene L. Unverdorben* Michele J. Upvall* Jon P. Vagnier* Cynthia Eisel Valenta ’78 Merita McCarthy Valoris ’75 LeAnn Brown Van Essen ’99 Judy Varacalli ’88, ’89 Barbara Vautrin ’60 (3) Flora Fronzaglia Velarde ’57 (10) Adam P. Verslype* Norma Wandrisco Very ’55 (5) Susan D. Vikartosky ’96 (10) Pamela Masullo Violi ’10 Margaret Vitiello ’74

Lisa Ree Vudy* Linda Carol Wagner ’96 (3)* Regina Jernstrom Wagner ’43 (10) Rose Marie Walch ’60 (3) Barbara L. Waldron ’69, ’89 (10) Irene S. Wallace Linda L. Wallen* Doris Schmidt Walsh ’56 Joanne Walther ’94 Rosemarie Waraks ’94 Mary Lou Ward ’50 Louis J. Wassermann Mary E. Watson ’99, ’00 Tamara A. Watson Carole Harned Weber ’55 Sandra Weber ’73 (3) Nancy Webner ’53 (3) Ethel R. Weikers ’82 (10) Dorothy Mary Weldon ’59 (5) Marsha Jo Weleski ’77 Judith Baumbaugh Welsh ’69 (3) Susan Welsh, RSM ’70 (5) Roberta Potts Werbaneth ’54 (5) Anna J. Westfall Patricia A. Whitfield ’04, ’05 * Michael Matthew Wholey Denise Catherine Wickline ’03 Anita L. Williams ’80 (10) Catherine Elizabeth Williams, CSJ ’65 Donna Lee Williams ’78 (10) Stephanie A. Wilsey* Helen Wilson ’71 (3) Natalie Wilson (3)* Bonetta Winters ’85 (3) Mary Anne Haering Wirth ’59 Susan E. Wirth-Loera ’93* June Withers Sally Witt, CSJ ’72 (5) Sherrie A. Wittmer* Rosemarie Sonick Wodarek ’69 (3) Bethany Wojtaszek* Geraldine Slezak Wolfe ’61 Elizabeth A. Woll ’56 (10) Marsha Hirko Wood ’69 Jeffrey D. Woodard ’97

Bernadine W. Woods ’97 Harriet R. Wortzman* Sheryl Ross Wright ’86 Mary Jo Wuenschel ’52 (5) Mary Anne Wuyscik Shirley Abt Wykstra ’67 (3) Joseph A. Wyse ’99 (5) Deborah K. Yackuboskey ’99, ’00 (3) Judith E. Yankovic Sandra Cartwright Yeager ’66 June Bryce Yeich ’60 (10) Denise A. Yenchek* Carol A. Yenchik ’60 (3) Julie Lynn Yost ’01 Jeanne Young ’51 (3) Marilyn Poux Young ’50 Marilyn Senn Young ’75 Mary Jane Young ’43 (10) Sandra Lee Young ’99, ’00 (5) Brenda Joyce Younger ’92 Judith Reed Yuss ’76 (10) Irene Weiss Zahm ’66 Charlotte Zalewsky ’13* Ruth Rhodes Zalonis ’04, ’05, ’10 (5) Joan DiVittis Zankowski ’75 Nancy Kobialka Zavac ’74 (3) Amy Leigh Zeman ’10 Constance L. Zeman ’73 (10) Elizabeth J. Zeman ’09 Kathleen Zipf ’70 (10) Lisa A. Zullo, CPA ’89 (3) Geraldine Loncharich Zywicki ’69

† DECEASED * FACULTY/STAFF (3) THREE (5) FIVE (10) TEN CONSECUTIVE YEARS OF GIVING


REUNION GIVING CL A SS Y EA R

RE U N I O N YEAR

DON OR S IN C LASS

PAR TI CI PAT I O N RAT E

1938

75

1

17%

$125.00

1943

70

5

29%

$2,047.00

1948

65

7

23%

$3,000.00

1953

60

17

34%

$1,470.53

1958

55

28

31%

$11,132.00

1963

50

32

21%

$20,790.00

1968

45

50

21%

$11,975.00

1973

40

35

17%

$16,510.00

1978

35

10

8%

$1,610.00

1983

30

11

7%

$2,282.00

1988

25

14

6%

$954.00

1993

20

19

5%

$2,355.00

1998

15

9

2%

$660.00

2003

10

9

2%

$390.00

2008

5

2

0.50%

$95.00

249

8%

OV E R AL L TOTA LS

TOTAL CLASS GI FT

$75,395.53

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GI FTS IN MEMOR Y In Memory of Patricia B. Aldridge ’55 —David Aldridge —Frank V. Cahouet —Judith A. Kalakos —Laura A. Sigmund Kindlin ‘55 (10) —Theresa Lilly —Anthony Parker —Jean Robinson —Leo J. Spaeder, Jr. —Square Knights Round Table In Memory of Josephine M. Andiorio ’86 —Frances Hogan In Memory of Paul and Celestine Baldi —Sara Marie Baldi ’77 (10) —Paulette J. Baldi Studdert ’79 (10) In Memory of Sister Mary Carol Bennett, RSM ’63 —Sandra D. Pelusi, RSM ’75 (5) In Memory of Nancy Benson —Amy Marie May In Memory of Fred and Anna Benzenhoefer —Doris Benzenhoefer Tobin, MD ’50 (5) In Memory of Rosemarie M. Boccardi ’78 —Paulette J. Baldi Studdert ’79 (10) In Memory of Yvonne L. Botzer ’53 —Robert H. Botzer In Memory of Gay Ann Brocke ’56 —Rita Brocke, RSM ‘53 In Memory of James M. Bukata —Virginia Bukata ’68 In Memory of Willow Campi —Arlene Morris ’74 (5) In Memory of Sister Elizabeth Carroll, RSM —Margaret Streiff Horvath ’64 (5) In Memory of Ralph and Mary Chamberlain —Ava Maria Shaughnessy ’53 In Memory of Jean E. Ciletti —Helen Hanna Casey (10) In Memory of Raymond Coulehan —Barbara Coulehan ’64 (3) In Memory of George G. Cronin —Mary Ellen Kunesh ’71 (10) In Memory of Norine W. Cyrus

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—Ramona Cyrus Grigsby ’68 (5) In Memory of Dolores Diercks ’51 —Mary Rowan Capenos, PhD ’48 (5) —Linda R. Madden-Brenholts ’88 (10) —Mary Ann Scheib ’73 (10) In Memory of Sister Maria Goretti DiZinno —Mary Ellen Freil ’53 (10) In Memory of Sister Loyola M. Dougherty, RSM —Patricia Schreiner Kerner ’61 (5) In Memory of Patricia S. Dougherty ’81 —Edward F. Dougherty In Memory of Alice D. Fishkin, JD ’35 —Gregory A. Tobias (5) In Memory of Sister Rita Alice FitzGerald, RSM ’54 —Dolores R. Somma ’53 (10) In Memory of Melanie Z. Galdabini ’64 —Micheleann Hovan McGowan ’64 (10) In Memory of Margaret Fitzgerald Gloninger ’44 —Mary Gloninger Lahoda ’74 In Memory of Mary Margaret Keener Grant —Mary Ann Miller ’71 (10) In Memory of Sister Mary Denis Harris, RSM ’52 —Marcia F. Snowden ’67 In Memory of Sister Rose Marie Hauber, RSM —Anonymous —Alice L. Laffey ’67 In Memory of Sister Rosemary Heyl, RSM —Barbara Sozanski MacIver ’71 In Memory of Lois K. Hoerster ’55 —Frederick A. Hoerster (5) In Memory of Dr. Thomas A. Hopkins, Jr. —Rosemary Pollock Bufalini ’59 (10) —Dorothy R. Hopkins (3) In Memory of Joseph F. Horvath —Margaret Streiff Horvath ’64 (5) In Memory of Kay Hyclak —Janine Mutnansky Fiesta, JD ’68 In Memory of Mildred Jester —Jennifer A. Carlo* In Memory of Paul T. Kirkham —Patricia Kirkham ’63 (10) In Memory of John E. Kopay —Margaret Hamas Kopay ’46 In Memory of Lillian and Joseph Krutz

—Patricia A. Jameson ’86 In Memory of Barbara W. Kuntz ’54 —Lois Kuntz Eckert ’53 (10) In Memory of Sister deLellis Laboon, RSM ’42 —Mary B. Clydesdale ’58 (10) —Rosemary Held Hare ’55 (3) In Memory of John Laneve —Linda Wickstrom, ’64 (10) In Memory of Jean Larizza ’64 —Micheleann Hovan McGowan ’64 (10) In Memory of Barbara Lescalet ‘64 —Micheleann Hovan McGowan ’64 (10) In Memory of John R. Lively —Annette Lucente Condeluci ’79 —Kathleen Mary Seargent ’64 (5) In Memory of Barbara C. MacConnell ’62 —Patricia Ann Wagle ’64 In Memory of C. E. Mahler —Barbara M. Checco-Sterner ’69 In Memory of Shirley H. Malone —Mary Lou Hrach ’65 (10) In Memory of Mary Marinich —Jean A. Glontz ’89, ’90 In Memory of Joanne L. Marino ’65 —George B. Marino (3) In Memory of Charles Martano —Patricia Spohn Martano ’62 (10) In Memory of John McAndrew —Penny Vent McAndrew ’61 (10) In Memory of Sister Sylvia McClain, RSM ’43 —Lorraine Myers Holliday ’73 —Chris McTiernan In Memory of Sister Mary John Francis McDermott, RSM —Patricia Keegan ’50 In Memory of Francis McDevitt —Jacqueline M. Smith* In Memory of Sister Mercy McGrady, RSM ’55 —Florence Vitevitch Lawson ’55 In Memory of Sister Marian McGrath, RSM ’39 —Patricia Schreiner Kerner ’61 (5) In Memory of Merrily K. Medd ’67 —Barbara Getsey Palso ’67 (10) In Memory of Sister Perpetua Murphy, SC —Anonymous

† DECEASED * FACULTY/STAFF (3) THREE (5) FIVE (10) TEN CONSECUTIVE YEARS OF GIVING


In Memory of Robert M. Nee —Helen Hanna Casey (10) In Memory of Audrey M. O’Brien —Marguerite Patton ’74 (3) In Memory of Sister Grace O’Donnell, RSM —Betty Grace Kirschman-Cannon ’61 In Memory of Derrick O’Toole —Esther O. Ruskin ’51 In Memory of Ellen M. Pagnotta ’81 —Dorothy Bruecken ’50 (10) In Memory of Sister M. Jeanette Poujoulas, RSM —Kathleen Panepinto ’66 (10) In Memory of Sister Miriam Raible, RSM ’42 —Kathleen Panepinto ’66 (10) In Memory of Patricia A. Reid ’63 —Suzanne Vilsack Gero ’62 (10) In Memory of Sister Michael Rowland, RSM ’39 —Joleine M Kenaan ’70 (10) In Memory of Anna M. Rudolph ’54 —Florence Miles ’54 (10) In Memory of Sister Madeleva Savage, RSM ’57 —Maureen Helt ’70 In Memory of Lorraine Pry Snyder —Marylouise Fennell, RSM (5) In Memory of Ann Higgins Sonnett ’49 —William M. Sonnett (10) In Memory of Virginia Stanfill —The Hanna Family (5) In Memory of Mary Strauss-Noll, PhD ’57 —Clare Hetzler In Memory of Carmela E. Takacs —Janet Lee Gorda ’76 (10) In Memory of Sister Despina Tanner, RSM —Norberta Modliszewski ’62 In Memory of Barbara L. Tobias ’70 —Joleine M Kenaan ’70 (10) In Memory of Gladys VanDerSchaaf —Jennifer A. Carlo* In Memory of Dr. Donald L. Very, Jr. and Douglas C. Very —Norma Wandrisco Very ’55 (5) In Memory of Sister Mary Andrew Vietmeier, RSM ’42 —Nancy T. Brown ’56 (5) In Memory of Henrietta Vlasic —Judith E. Yankovic

In Memory of Dr. Norbert J. Weikers —Ethel R. Weikers ’82 (10) In Memory of Virginia S. Welgan ’59 —Marion Froelicher Flaherty ’58 In Memory of Dr. Celeste Welkon —Sara Policicchio Phillip ’76 In Memory of Jane Wells ’37 —Henry J. Gailliot, PhD and Mary Lou Gailliot ’64 (10) —Sally M. Imbriglia —Carladean Kostelnik ’61 —Helen P. McDonough ’49 (10) —Pascale Moeller In Memory of Barbara P. Welsh ’64 —Micheleann Hovan McGowan ’64 (10) In Memory of Mark Williams —Jo Ann Williams ’58 (3) In Memory of Paula P. Williams ’69 —Barbara E. Simpson ’69 (10) In Memory of C. Anthony Wolfe, Sr. —Geraldine Slezak Wolfe ’61 In Memory of Mafalda “Tillie” Worden —Louise Malakoff, JD ’67 (10) In Memory of Noelle N. Yorio ’68 —Frances Lampo Miceli ’68

† DECEASED * FACULTY/STAFF (3) THREE (5) FIVE (10) TEN CONSECUTIVE YEARS OF GIVING

GI F TS I N HON OR In Honor of Pamela Clark ’11 —Morgen Black-Smith In Honor of the class of 1962’s 50th Reunion —Linda K. Swatek ’62 (10) In Honor of Father Andrew Fischer’s 30th Anniversary —Mary Ann Miller ’71 (10) In Honor of Grace Ann Geibel, RSM ’61 —Annette Lucente Condeluci ’79 In Honor of Mary Paul Hickey, RSM ’51 —Lorraine Baysek, JD ’71 (3) —Anita S. Dacal ’69 (10)* —Karen Cameron Scanlon ’66 (3) In Honor of Kenneth Hines, PhD and Mary Hines, PhD —Ann McGuinn In Honor of Mary Hines, PhD —Anne W. Rohrbach —Jacqueline Rohrbach —Barbara E. Simpson ’69 (10) In Honor of the Humanities Department —Erin Engel ’04 In Honor of Barbara Kraft ’83 —Frederick L. Kraft (3) In Honor of William F. Kraft, PhD —Joann Rozsas Jabour, ’79 (3) In Honor of Norma Lofink —Mary Ann Miller ’71 (10) In Honor of Eleanor Midgley ’43 —Karen M. Baker —Anita S. Dacal ’69 (10)* —Mary Ann Miller ’71 (10) In Honor of the Sisters of Mercy serving on Carlow’s Board of Trustees —The Sisters of Mercy of the Americas In Honor of Maureen Walsh, CSJ —Catherine Elizabeth Williams, CSJ ’65 In Honor of Lois Dinneen Wholey ’45 —Anne W. Rohrbach —Jacqueline Rohrbach In Honor of Sister Miriam Wraible, RSM —Kathleen Panepinto ’66 (10)

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IN -KIND GIFTS Andy Warhol Museum (3) Anonymous Pamela Elaine Coudriet Arroyo ’06 (3) Keri L. Baker ’10 Emily Rosanna Bechtel ’07 Mary Grace Bente ’80 (3) Big Burrito Restaurant Group Rita McDonough Bren ’54 (10) Capital Grille Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh Carnegie Science Center (3) Henry M. and Dana A. Casale Central Catholic High School Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh Marie Connelly ’54 (10) Lisa Marie Costa ’10 Beverly Kurimsky Coto ’69 Cracker Barrel Dean of Shadyside Salon Georgia Morello Decker ’68 (5) Pete Donati & Sons Florist Ann Donoghue (3) Dromoland Castle EdnaMay Silvosky Duffy, PhD ’64 Ellie Erwin Barbara Mihacs Fischi ’62 (10) Nadege A. Flint* Bonnie Fogle Foxburg Inn & Hotel Frick Art & Historical Center Rosemarie Furnari ’66 (5) Audrey Turlick Fusco ’51 (10) Gloria Wilson Geisler ’54 (10) Johanna Boyle Giasi ’63 Gidas Flowers Mimi Giroux ’57 (10) John P. Gismondi Golf Club of Washington (3) Hilton Garden Inn Kerry Hubbard ’06 Izzazau Salon and Spa Mary Beth Jacquay Barbara Capozzi Kirr ’60 (10)

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“ T HA N KS TO YO U R G E N E RO U S S U P P O RT I A M A B L E TO AT T E N D C A RLOW U N IVERSITY. … G ROW I N G U P A S A D I S A B L E D S T U D E N T H A S N OT O N LY O F F E R E D ME AN D M Y FA M I LY F I N A N C I A L A N D AC A D E M I C C H A L L E N G E S , B U T I T H A S MORE IMP ORTAN TLY M AD E M E R E A L I ZE T H E VA L U E O F F I N I S H I N G M Y C O L L E G E E D U C ATION .” —VA S H T I A B B OT T, E A R LY C H I L D H O O D A N D E L E M E N TA R Y E D U C AT ION , 2 0 1 5 EX P EC TED ; R E CI P I E N T O F T H E L E O N A R D A N D M A R Y D . C L A R K M E M O R I A L S C HOLARSH IP

Kool Kats Designs Barbara E. Kraft ’83 (10) Kathleen Lee ’55 (10) Legume Bistro Le Mont Restaurant Louise Malakoff, JD ’67 (10) Joanne Malenock, PhD ’59 (10) Maureen McBride ’75 (10) Eleanor Keener Midgley ’43 (10) Joy Midgley Mary Ann Miller ’71 (10) Margaret Anne Monahan ’76 (10) Mt. Lebanon Office Equipment Carol Murphy ’57 (10) Myers Trailways Oakland Catholic High School Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens

Pittsburgh Cultural Trust (3) Pittsburgh Irish Classical Theatre Pittsburgh Pirates Pittsburgh Playhouse (3) Pittsburgh Public Theater (3) Pittsburgh Steak Company Potomac Bakery Premier Designs Judith McKnight Riesch ’68 (10) Kelly Michelle Rock ’10 (3) Mary Ann Scheib ’73 (10) Theodore A. Schroeder Scoglio’s Restaurant Seven Springs Mountain Resort Shadyside Inn Elissa Sichi ’59 (5) Sisters Forever Enterprises

Bernadette Skoczylas ’69 (10) Angela Laubach Slocum ’58 (10) Carol Viner Smith ’67 Kae Coughlin Spark ’56 (10) Mary Jo Speer Janice Sudak ’80 (5) Michael Sullivan Irene T. Toma ’93 (10) John Tondra Urban Villages, inc Victorian Manor Cheryl Walter ’72 (5) Willie’s Ski and Snowboard Shop Zoological Society of Pittsburgh Renita Ann Zumbo ’87 (3)

† DECEASED * FACULTY/STAFF (3) THREE (5) FIVE (10) TEN CONSECUTIVE YEARS OF GIVING


T

he Carlow University 1929 Society is comprised of philanthropic alumni and friends of Carlow dedicated to financially supporting the University. Carlow’s mission is our mission: to provide an educational environment where students learn to think critically while embracing an ethic of service toward a just and merciful world. Just as the Sisters of Mercy determined the need for women to receive a Catholic education, we invite you to take part in preparing to meet Carlow University’s next great need. 1929 Society members ensure that the University can plan for the future, confident that resources are in place to meet the most immediate demands.

MAKE HISTORY.

Become an inaugural member today! To become a member of the Carlow University 1929 Society, donors contribute $1,929 or more to the Carlow Fund during the fiscal year (July 1-June 30). To learn more, please contact Karen E. Galentine, Vice President for University Advancement at 412.578.6135.

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Carlow’s Endowment: A Lasting Legacy Over the years, generous alumni, 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. Chairman’s Circle: $1 million and above Summa Cum Laude Circle: $500,000–$999,999 Magna Cum Laude Circle: $100,000–$499,999 Cum Laude Circle: $25,000–$99,999 Scholars Circle: $10,000–$24,999 Newly established funds are listed in italics.

CA R LOW U N I V E R SI TY

C HA I R MA N ’ S C I R C L E : $ 1 MI L L I ON AN D AB OVE 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 SU MMA C U M L A U D E C I R C L E: $500,000–$999,999 Marilyn P. Donnelly Distinguished Writer in Residence Endowment Donnelly Family and National Endowment for the Humanities Scholarship Sisters of Mercy Endowed Scholarship MAG N A C U M L A U D E C I R C L E: $100,000–$499,999 Capozzi Kirr Endowment Challenge Dr. Nancy T. Caputo Endowed Scholarship Mary J. Donnelly Foundation Campus School Endowment 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 Singer, Garvis Endowed Scholarship Sisters of Mercy Endowment for Faculty Excellence Regina and Dennis Stover Endowment Women of Sprit® Leadership Scholarship C U M L A U D E C I R C L E : $ 2 5 , 0 0 0–$99,999 Joyce A. Bender Scholarship for Students with Disabilities The 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 Mary Welsh Crane ’61 Scholarship Frances and Peter Dana Endowed Scholarship Sister M. Loyola Daughterty Endowed Nursing Scholarship The Doerfler Schmidt Families Endowment for the Mercy Center for Service Duquesne Light Company Scholarship Sister Rita Flaherty Endowed Scholarship

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Michele S. Fabrizi Woman of Spirit® Endowed Scholarship Anne Peiffer Frazer Memorial Scholarship Eunice Kendrick Giles ’49 Scholarship Catherine Graham Servant Leader Award Angelo Grazzini and Helen Stimak Grazzini Scholarship Lousie A. Hartman ’50 Memorial Scholarship Clarice Rose Hensler ’39 and Mildred Hensler Poole ’44 Scholarship Endowment Sister Mary Paul Hickey Teachers Scholarship Kenneth D. Hines Endowment for Ethics in the Professions 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 The McClain Lee Family Endowed Scholarship The McConomy Nursing Scholarship The 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 The Rina Marie Menegaz, MSW ’49 and Renee Marie Menegaz, PhD ’49 Endowed Fund Dr. Eileen M. Mulhare Memorial Scholarship Endowment The Sister Mary Louise Nash, RSM Endowed Scholarship The Georgia Lundberg Navaretta Nursing Scholarship The Eileen O’Connor and Sally O’Connor Endowed Scholarship 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 The Mary Ann Scialabba, PhD ’48 Endowment for the Center for Faculty Excellence Janet Simon, PhD ’67 Woman of Spirit® Scholarship The George J. and Maryellen Hagan Simpson Memorial Scholarship Sisters of Mercy Award for Excellence in Advising George and Annemarie Smeltzer Nursing Scholarship Mary Therese (Resie) Strauss-Noll ’57 Endowed Scholarship Paul and Margaret A. Stehney 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

SC HO L A R S C I R C L E : $ 1 0 ,000–$24,999 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 Joseph A. Gilchrist Memorial Scholarship 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 in Chemistry or 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 Bishop Donald W. Wuerl Endowed Scholarship Lois Dinneen Wholey ’45 Woman of Spirit® Scholarship

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TH E CA MPUS SCHOOL OF CA RLOW UNIV ERS IT Y

E N D OW ME N T TOTAL S B Y F I SCAL Y E AR

CH AIRMAN’S CIR CLE: $1 M ILLION A ND A B OV E

Balances as of June 30.

The Gailliot Family Chair for the Principal of the Carlow University Campus School SU M M A CUM LAUDE C IRC LE: $500, 000–$999, 999

2009-2010

$1 1 , 9 4 6 , 3 0 2

The Staley Family Scholarship for the Campus School in Honor of Sister Mary Paul Hickey and The Staley Family Endowment for Faculty Excellence M AGNA CUM LAUDE C IRC LE: $100, 000–$499, 999 Campus School Founders Legacy Endowment for Faculty Excellence Campus School Parents Endowment The Donahue Family Fund Scholarship in Honor of Sister Mary Paul Hickey The Donnelly Family Fund Emily Elizabeth Dorrance Scholarship Endowment The Egler Family Scholarship for the Campus School in Honor of Sister Mary Paul Hickey CU M L A UDE CIR CLE: $ 25, 000–$99, 999 The Brown Family Fund Scholarship in Honor of Sister Mary Paul Hickey The Calihan Family Scholarship for the Campus School in Honor of Sister Mary Paul Hickey The Freyvogel Family Fund Scholarship in Honor of Sister Mary Paul Hickey The Hickey Family Fund Scholarship in Honor of Sister Mary Paul Hickey Margot Gloninger Jones ’00 Memorial Scholarship The Kelley Family Fund Scholarship in Honor of Sister Mary Paul Hickey and The Campus School Kelley Family Faculty Excellence Endowment The Lisiak Family Fund for Faculty Excellence in Honor of Sister Mary Paul Hickey The Mann Family Endowment for Digital Learning The Petnuch Family Fund in Honor of Sister Mary Paul Hickey Sister Mary Louis Wohleber, RSM Scholarship Fund SCH O LAR S CIR CLE: $10, 000–$24, 999 The Donley Family Fund Scholarship in Honor of Sister Mary Paul Hickey

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2010-2011

$1 3 , 7 0 6 , 9 0 2 2011-2012

$1 6 , 7 0 2 , 2 9 6 2012-2013

$1 8 , 2 8 9 , 9 7 1


SPECIAL ACK NOW LEDGEM ENT

CAR LOW UNIVER S IT Y The Rose Marie Beard Woman of Spirit® Honors Scholarship, through the generosity of the Beard family, has supported more than 65 Carlow students as Beard Scholars. The F.E. McGillick Foundation has generously supported more than 173 Carlow students with the cost of their education. The William and Mary Lowry Scholarship supported the education of students in the Carlow Hill Education Center for 10 years. The Georgia Morello Decker ’68 Future Nurse Educator Scholarship generously supports the education of students through the nurse peer tutor program. The Paul de Kruif Writing Prize is generously funded by Cornelia Pepoy ’62 for a student in the sciences. The Jessica Vega-Rogowicz Miles Against Melanoma Scholarship is funded annually by the Pittsburgh Chapter of the Miles Against Melanoma organization, founded by Jessica Vega-Rogowicz ’04. THE CAMPUS SCHOOL OF CA RLOW UNIV ERS IT Y The McGuinn Fund is supported by the McGuinn Family Foundation to provide annual financial assistance to students with financial need enrolled in the Campus School Early Learning Programs.

“AS A SI NGLE M OTHE R …WI TH T HE E NCO URAG E M E N T O F M Y C H I L D R E N , I D E C I D E D TO R E E N T E R S C H O O L… I HO PE TO A DVA NCE M Y CAR E E R O UT S I DE O F S TAT E G OV E R N M E N T I N A PO SITION S TI L L WO R K I NG WI T H WHI T E C O L L A R C R I M E I N V E S T I G AT I O N S . THANK YO U AG A I N F O R YO UR G E NE RO S I TY A N D A L LO W I N G M E TO F U RT H E R M Y E D U C AT I O N .” — D ENI SE I. LAWHO R N M F F ’ 1 3 ; R E CI P I E NT O F T H E G R A D UAT E E N D O W E D S C H O L A R S H I P

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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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36 LEGACY 2012/2013

CA R LOW U N I V E R SI TY Denise Addis, RN, MSN, CPHQ Mary Ann Linz Ager, MD ’74 Elaine Maria Aggazio ’92 Marian B. Allen, BS, MPH, BSN Joseph Ambrosino, DMD, MPM, MS Diane Ankney, MS, RN Madelyn M. Gibson Antonich, MPM, RN, BSN Judith Nittka Arch ’60 Margaret Meis Armen, JD ’69 Pam Coudriet Arroyo ’06, ’10 Keri Baker ’11 Sara Marie Baldi ’77 Angela Balistrieri, DNP, MSN, RN Emily Bechtel William J. Becker Sue R. Beers, PhD Mary Grace Bente Gloria Gallagher Berry ’53 Patricia Kady Betts ’67 Sister Carole Blazina, MSN, CRNP, FNP-BC Cynara Blend Lugenia Davis Bracero ’95 Rita McDonough Bren ’54 Nancy O’Donnell Brenza Kerri Brooks, MSN, RN Elizabeth Erwin Brown ’08 Dorothy Holden Bruecken ’50 Kathleen Bryte, MSN, RN, OCN Thomas F. Burrage Justin Bushman ’07 Mary Rowan Capenos, PhD ’48 Rose Carberry Diane Castman ’83 Helen Korba Cesari ’64 Chris Sheedy Chobirko Sharon Ciocca Pamela T. Clark ’11 Mary Ellen FitzGerald Collins ’63 Annette Lucente Condeluci ’77 Marie Carr Connelly ’54 Marcia Cook, DNP ’10 Lisa Costa ’10 Cheryl Ann Creen ’94 Tara Jenee Czekaj ’03 Peggy King Daugherty ’49 Dorothy A. Davis ’78 Tina Davis ’06 ’10

Natalie Decario ’12 Georgia Morello Decker ’68 Cindy Pringle DeFilippo ’71 Maria de la Cueva Stacy DelleDonne ’06 Monique DeMarco ’12 Lisa DePasquale ’11 Anna LaMarca D’Eramo ’52 Bonnie Vojtek DiCarlo ’64 Judy McGuire DiNardo ’70 Dory Dominguez ’67 Ann Donoghue Mary Isabelle Langdon Duff ’43 Nicole Durkin ’08 Kailey Edder ’05 Amber Egyud, MSN, RN Robert Elias MaryAnn Farmerie ’88 Marianne Felice, MD ’67 Lori Flanagan Ferguson ’97 Barbara Fischi ’62 Elizabeth Lee Fogarty, PhD Ronald Forys Loretta Fox ’63 Margaret M. Fox ’62 Jonny Frank Mary Ellen Freil ’53 David O. Friedrichs Audrey Turlick Fusco ’51 Lois Brown Gaffney ’41 Lesley Cummings Gannon ’93 Gloria Wilson Geisler ’54 Johanna Giasi ’63 Mimi Horrell Giroux E. Jeanne Gleason ’60 Carol Glock ’75 Jacqueline Graham ’06 Mary Louise Griffin ’64 Robert J. Grossman Irvin P. R. Guyett, PhD Heather Wylie Haddad ’96 Kelly Starver Hall, DNP, RN Hannah Hamilton ’88 Catherine Linnarelli Hammack ’63 Linda Bailes Hammers ’04 Lisa Henry, DNP ’10 Rashonya Herring ’06 Linda Homyk, MSN, RN Jane Apyar Hopson ’68


Lynnette Horrell Lisa Sproul Hoverman ’01 Thomas W. Hubbell Peggy Ikemma ’03 Esther Turver Jones ’77 Mary Kalnas Kimberly Kardes ’03 Barbara A. Keane ’52 Charles J. Kelly ’11 Patricia Anthony Kirkham ’63 Judith Davies Klingensmith ’63 Jeffrey M. Klink Emily Kolek ’11 Sara Kowal ’76 Barbara Kraft ’83 James W. Kraus Ashley Kunkle ’11 Jane Kwasniewski ’79 Dorothy Lamb ’38 Sue Ann Langfitt Joan Latsko, DNP ’84 Norma Jean LeClair ’66 Kathleen Lee ’55 Carey Lynn Libertini ’01 Janice Lisiak ’71 Carrol Gagliardi Lund ’66 Jenny MacBeth ’09 Joanne Malenock, PhD ’59 Lupe Saavedra Mangan ’85 Margaret Mangan, JD ’70 Virginia Manning Tara Marks ’07 Maureen McBride ’75 Katie McCorkle, PhD Helen P. McDonough ’49 Regina McDonough ’53 Maureen McHugh, PhD Chrissy McLachlan ’12 Lannette Singler McWilliams ’06 Brant Meehan ’07 Heidi Hylton Meier, CPA ’77 Renee Marie Menegaz ’49 Sharon Merhar ’64 Rita Meyer ’65 Eleanor Keener Midgley ’43 Mary Ann Miller ’71 Perry A. Minnis Margaret Monahan ’76 Susan Morgan, MSN, RN

Phyllis Nelson Mrocso ’86 Patricia Mullaney ’44 Carol Murphy ’57 Grace Mushrush, MD ’57 Ray Naar, PhD Janice Nash, DNP ’12 Georgia Navaretta ’63 Joan Atkins Neuwar ’58 Ruth Roth Nelson ’68 Carol Neyland ’73 Janet Nock ’60 Katie Kelly O’Keefe Monica Fallon O’Keefe ’69 Sandy Olenick ’65 Lori O’Shea ’94 Nancy Osterhus, MSN, BSN, RN Kim Paletta ’80 Suzanne Paone, PhD ’85 Andrea Parise ’07 Meg Patton ’74 Kerry Paustenbach ’93 Melissa Peace Elizabeth Pershing ’88 Amy Piotrowski Ruth Buntich Pisula ’53 Ann Young Pontiere ’47 Mildred Hensler Poole ’44 Jane Purtill ’51 Marcee Radakovich, DNP ’10 Cynthia Reagan Robert A. Reed, PsyD Andrew F. Richards Lourdes Sanchéz Ridge Judith McKnight Riesch ’68 Maureen Riley ’82 Ondrea Robinson ’98 Kelly Rock, DNP ’10 Bruce Rohrs, PhD Toni Roman ’67 Cassie Ruane ’65 Sue Kreke Rumbaugh, MPM, MFA Terrie Sackett, SPHR Mary McGurk Scalercio ’73 Mary Ann Scheib ’73 Ronald Schuler, Esq. John A. Schwab Marsetta Schweiger Mary Ann Scialabba ’48 Judith Scott ’67

“ B E C AU S E O F YO U AN D TH IS SC H OLARSH IP I D ON ’ T H AVE TO W ORK T W O JO B S O R W O RK OVERTIME TO MAK E EN D S MEET. T H I S S C H O L A R S H I P H AS G IVEN ME TH E AB ILITY TO IMMERSE MY SELF F U L LY I N TO A P RO GRAM TH AT IS C LOSE TO MY H EART.” — KI S H A M C M E O , N U RSIN G , 2 0 1 5 EX P EC TE D R E C I P I E N T O F T H E W ILLIAM RAN D OLP H H EARST SC H OLARSH IP

Sister Jane Scully, RSM ’39 Mary Ann Sestili, PhD ’61 Lisa Bastidas Shaner ’01 Melanie Shatzer, DNP, RN Elissa Medore Sichi ’59 Sharon Silvestri Barbara E. Simpson ’69 Maryanne Singley G. David Sivak Bernadette Burger Skoczylas ’69 Angela Laubach Slocum ’58 Carrie Smith Carol Viner Smith ’67 Dolores R. Somma ’53 Kae Coughlin Spark ’56 Trudi Stafford Lea Steadman ’12 Lynne M. Struble Deborah Struth, MSN, RN Nancy L. Stuever ’73 Judy Stupak, MSN, RN, CNRN Janice Sudak ’80 Margaret Swick ’10 Karen Griffith Szewczyk ’77 Deborah Grimes Talarico ’73

T.L. Tassone Renee Thompson, MSN, RN Irene Toma ’93 Rita Trofino, DNP ’11 Wendy Tymoczko ’90 Barbara Urban ’58 Louise Urban Sheila Washington Teresa Weis ’56 Mary Wehling Roseanne Ruggiero Wholey ’76 Roselyn Wilkinson Carolyn Williams ’08 Lynne Williams, MD, PhD Noel Williams ’04 James Withers, MD Cathy Witsberger, MSN, RN, BC Christine Aikens Wolfe ’70, ’99 Eric M. Wright Paul E. Zikmund

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CAM P US SCHOOL OF CA RLOW UNIV ERS IT Y George and Diane Abrahim Ghassan and Nayla Abu-Hamad Ignatios and Susan Alexander Christine and George Andrews William and Patty Annear Sandeep and Anju Arora David Arturo and Christine Camsuzou Francesco Auteri and Ilaria Aiolfi David and Andrea Badway Michael Baltusavich and Holly Harmon Beau and Donna Barsotti Maria Carina Barsotti Andrew and Lisa Barton Daniel Baumann and Gabriela Burkhalter Geoffrey and Reiko Becker Bradley Bennett and Kelleigh Cunningham David A. Bertus Louis Biancaniello Rhonda Blackburn Guy Blelloch and Anne Louise Fay J.G. Boccella and Demeatria Gibson Bocella Carl Bonner and Cydra Vaux Eric and Rachel Booth Emily Boris Lori Boyd Alfred and Julie Burgo James and Helen Burkholder Kirk Burkley and Penny Zacharias Mark and Marsha Bushnell Thomas Cahill and Ann Mathias Stan Caldwell and Deborah Gross David and Katy Caliguiri Celeste Callahan Joseph Carcillo and Joan Diegel-Carcillo Luca and Erica Carol Bernard Carter, Jr. and Belinda Carter Henry and Dana Casale Carla Casamayor Dennis and Deborah Casarcia Warren Cecconi, Jr. and Laura Cecconi Rabih Chaer and Rana Billeh Peter and Welkin Chambers Patrick and LaTasha Chomba

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Charles and Amie Chulack Joseph Cirilano and Jeanne Cirilano John Ciroli and Jennifer Ciroli Susan Coe Christian Concannon and Jessica Concannon Sharon Connor Carlos Conroy and Adrienne Conroy Stefano Coraluppi and Stefania Pianetti Anthony Cost Edward Cuccaro and Mary Ellen Cuccaro Christopher Cynkar and Jacquelyn Cynkar Tim Dawson and Michelle Dawson Richard Decker Victor Delnore and Allyson Delnore Joseph DiVito, Jr. and Karen DiVito Jordan Doctor Joseph Duch and Jennifer Snyder-Duch Steven Dumblosky and Kristin Dumblosky Jeffrey Eppinger and Francesmary Modugno Marc and Rochelle Eubanks Gino Faraci and Tanya Walter Kenneth Fasanella and Robyn Domsic Daniel and Marilyn Fayock Lawrence Fenk and Racquel Gomez Kevin and Jennifer Filak Matthew and Nadege Flint Jerome Frank, Jr. and Yolanda Frank Kristin Frederick Jennifer Freel Michael and Lisa Friday Steve and Aubrey Fulmer Manoj and Pooja Gandhi William and Nancy Gatti Denise Gaynor Allen and Lisa Geary Greg and Karen Gerlach Daniel and Laura Giovannelli John and Lisa Gismondi Jonathan and Jody Glance John and Valerie Gotaskie William Guttman and Kristina Rigopulos Michael and Renee Gwin Michael Hannon and Lisa Campoli John and Laurie Hart Michael and Maria Healey

Karl Herleman and Maritza Rivera-Herleman James Hils Houman Homayoun and Simin Khavandgar Keya Hosseinzadeh and Maha Torabi Mary Huzinec Sirichai Jirachertchoowong and Pensiri Montien Sean Johnson and Elena Marks-Johnson Tonya Johnson Rufus and Erica Jones Dayakar Kancherla and Swapna Vattikuti Jung Soo Kang and Jin A. Hong Sameer Khandhar and Anuradha Munshi Douglas and Lisa Khorey Robert and Mary Kiernan Dan Kim and Christine Wu Junggon Kim and Soyoun Shin Kaushik Kiran and Parul Nisha Paul and Linda Kostyak Michael and Erin Kotyk Andrew Kozusko, III and Kristin Kozusko Jeffrey and Lisa Krackow Nagen and Vimukthi Kurukulasuriya James and DeAnna Kwiecinski Daniel and Laurie Laird Patrick Lazorchak and Carola Neumann Christian Lebiere and Theresa Colecchia Tsenolo Leche and Ella Kwisnek Bernard and Patricia Lesky John and Christine Manges Ganesh Mani and Vanathi Gopalakrishnan Gavin and Amy Millard Mann Brett and Julie Marcoux Jaime Martinez and Ada Lovo-Martinez Antonio Martinez-Eskenasy and Monica Eskenasy Linda Massaro Charles Masterson and Carolyn Ellis Dilla Mastrangelo Robert Max and Stefanie Junker Kevin McCorkle Phillip and Kandace McGuire Timothy McKnight and Rollin Wright Robert and Kriston McMichael Robert McNulty Bernard and Jan McShea Uwe Meier and Susanne Burger


Francesco Memoli and Simona Bertoli Jeff Miller and Tammy Hughes Frank and Sonia Mino Michael Murphy Yuen-Keng Ng and Vivian W. Y. Liu Matt O’Brien and Gina Casalegno Sean and Rachel O’Driscoll Benjamin and Grace Orsatti Timothy and Mary Ellen Ottie Christopher and Vida Passero Alan and Cindy Patterson Joseph and Deanna Pegher Thomas Pellathy and Stephanie Vega Andrew and Melissa Fera Perez Ronald and Susan Petnuch Cynthia Politano Michael and Sarah Posti Kirill and Nadya Povysheva Ravi Ramani and Christianna Kreiss Frederick Rapone and Elizabeth Pacoe Tajiddin and Tia Reid Linda Rembold Joseph and Jennifer Roberts Jasmine Gonzales Rose Paul Rosenblatt and Petra Fallaux Lynn Rush Fred Russell and Cheryl Hall-Russell John and Melanie Russell Jeffrey Salipante and Linda King David and Amy Schaarsmith Jonathan and Kelie Schneider Theodore and Theresa Schroeder Domenici Sciulli and Ana Maria Mieles Sourajit Sengupta and Malabika Sen Heather Shannon Dan Sharek and Amy Yam Arthur Signorella John and Karen Silvestri Jesse and Emily Simpson Kurt Sloppy and Eileen Ford Robert Snyder and Beth Simon Lorenzo Soletti and Teya Kamel Giovanni Speziali and Maria Vanegas Melvin Steals, Jr. and Alexis Steals Scott Stern and Paula Cerrone

“ T H I S G I F T TO U C H E D M Y H E A RT. I T C A M E W H E N I N EED ED IT… YO U R G E N E RO S I T Y W I L L G O A LO N G WAY I N F U LFILLIN G TH E D ESIRE OF MY H EART, A N D H O P E TO M A N Y W H O LO O K U P O N M E A S A ROLE MOD EL AN D FOR IN SP IRATION .” — P E T E R R . KI M U H U , 2 0 1 6 E XP E C T E D ; R E C I P I E N T O F T H E JAC O B A . A N D F R I E DA M . H U N K ELE SC H OLARSH IP

Susan Straud Jerry Stubenhofer and Tara O’Brien Jeffrey and Nancy Styers Brian and Jo-Anne Suffoletto Michael and Megan Sullivan Vorachat and Nisa Tamarree Amy Tate Hirouye Teshome and Hiwot Habtegabriel John and Angela Tondra Andrew Topping Edward Ulrich Daniel and Ellie Valentine Bradley and Beth Vasy Srikanth Venkataramani and Aparna Srikanth Jack and Cynthia Vogel

John and Lisa Vu Kevin Wagstaff and Mary Cerrone Yong Wan and Liping Song Judith Westray Gerrod Winston and Ivette Mongalo-Winston Duane Wooten and Theresa Evans-Wooten Wayne Wu and Alison Barth Mark and Kris Yanalitis Kathryn Zamais Michael and Marcie Zanic Eileen Zullo

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The Callaghan Society Members Callaghan Society members are part of the Carlow University tradition 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, which would result from their bequest 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-based mission from one generation to the next. List is complete as of November 5, 2013. New members are listed in italics.

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Anonymous Martha Ayers Barber ’70 Marie Ballirano Bartorona ’64 Sheila McCarthy Begg ’63 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 Sharon Rae O’Toole Ciummo ’93, ’96 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 ’44 † Virginia Gualdaroni DiPucci Frances Ranallo DiVella ’45 George and Eileen Smith Dorman ’54 Mary Elizabeth Canterna Douglass ’67 Maryann Dzama, EdD ’64 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, EdD ’62 Anne Marie Peiffer Frazier ’40 † Mary Ellen Freil ’53 Catherine Frisch ’47 † Crystel Gabrich, PhD Rosemary Voigt Gaines ’60 Kathryn Gardner, EdD ’64 Nancy Gartz ’82 † Eunice Kendrick Giles ’49 †

Albert Giordano, PhD ’50 Ruth Golden † Helen R. Golob ’51 Roberta Costlow Grotstein ’67 Colleen A. Gurlea-Paige ’87 Phyllis Connors Hartt † Valerie F. Haus ’79 Vera Oblak Hawkins ’55 Catherine Blank Haynes ’50 Barbara C. Hays ’68 Clarice R. Hensler ’39 † Kenneth Hesselberg † Rev. John P. Hickey † Susan Hirsch ’81 Dorothy Hance Holley † Linda Pyle Holsing ’83 Dorothy R. Hopkins Thomas A. Hopkins, Jr., PhD † Joann Rozsas Jabour ’79 Judith Scheffner Jones ’71 Barbara A. Keane ’52 Kristina Marie Kendralla, OSF ’82 Marita D. Kenna, MD ’45 Margaret M. Kennedy ’52 † JoAnn Skowronek Kerr ’60 Bernadette Kersting ’68 Patricia Anthony Kirkham ’63 Richard and Sara Mercurio Kowal ’76 Barbara E. Kraft ’83 David B. Krochmal † Alice Leban Lipscomb ’46 Mary Ann 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 Anastasia (Tessie) 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 Marion Montanari ’62 Melissa E. McGregor Morgano ’99 Thelma Lovette Morris ’70


Susan Pivirotto Moyer ’82 Elizabeth Holtz Murphy, EdD ’71 Catherine G. Murray Joan Atkins Neuwar ’58 Sally O’Connor Margaret Kvaka Parke ’52 Carolyn Ehni Partridge ’45 † Margery Brahmer Parry ’45 Andrew and Elizabeth Trench Payer ’68 Cornelia Regetz Pepoy ’62 Sandra Horney Petrosky ’65 Karen Harvey Petruny ’72 Beatrice Gazzola Pitassi ’65 Robert and Rosanne Reilly Poden ’58 Mildred Hensler Poole ’44 Patricia Riesmeyer Pope ’69 Lois Wanner Richards ’58 Kathleen and Michael Rosella, DDS Mary Ann Sestili, PhD ’61 Mary McCartan Sheedy ’56 Tom Sheedy † Elissa Medore Sichi ’59 Barbara E. Simpson ’69 Bernard J. Singer ’50 † Marguerite Phillips Singer ’45 † Bernadette Burger Skoczylas ’69 George and Annemarie Smeltzer Jeanne R. Diana Smith ’86 Paula A. Sneed Mary Therese (Resie) Strauss-Noll, PhD ’57 † Virginia Hartnett Sullivan ’80 † Stephanie Domitrovich Susmarski, JD ’76 Karen Griffith Szewczyk ’77 Richard and Deborah Grimes Talarico ’73 Andrea Thomas-Niapas ’75 Doris Benzenhoefer Tobin, MD ’50 Margaret A. Troha ’69 Laure J. King Valentine ’88 Donna Vereb ’84 Margaret Gehring Volinsky ’69 Mary Louise O’Callaghan Weber ’44 † Betty Friedel Weiland ’42 † Jane Wells ’37 † Caroline Joyce Whitby ’56 Rose Woolley* Marlene Wasylik Yospyn ’62 Micaela Young ’68 Jacqueline Zalumas, PhD ’69 Ann F. Zilionis ’47 †

“ T H E R E A R E M A N Y OT H E R S T U D E N T S T H AT YO U C O U LD H AVE C H OSEN TO G IVE TH IS SC H OLARSH IP. I ’ M S O T H A N KF U L T H AT YO U D E C I D E D TO P I C K M E . …. I WA S T H I S C LO S E TO T H I N KI N G O F D RO P P I N G O U T OF C ARLOW U N IVERSITY B EC AU SE I WA S S O S H O RT O N M Y T U I T I O N . I C A N N OT T H A N K YOU EN OU G H …” — JA ZM I N E R A M S E Y B A ’ 1 3 , M A S S M E D I A C O M M U N I C ATION /C REATIVE W RITIN G ; R E C I P I E N T O F T H E D R . T H O M A S A . H O P KI N S C O M M U NIC ATION SC H OLARSH IP

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More than 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.

RE U N I ON YEAR G IVIN G Reunion Year Giving is an important component of The Carlow Fund in support of our Mercy-based mission and goals. Increasing scholarship assistance continues to be one of Carlow’s top priorities. Class gifts honor the anniversary of a particular graduation year.

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

APPR ECIATED SEC URIT IES

R E TI R E ME N T P L A N S

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. L I FE INSUR ANCE 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. P ER SONAL PR OPE RT Y Donate needed books, artwork, or equipment and receive a charitable income tax deduction.

C HA R I TA B L E R E MA I N D E R A N N U I TY TR U STS 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 HA R I TA B L E R E MA I N D E R U N I TR U STS 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 INTER ES 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: Marjorie P. Bernard, Director, Corporate and Foundation Relations Anita S. Dacal, Executive Director for Philanthropy Christy L. Dennison, Donor Relations Administrator Jennifer B. Dittrich, Gifts Entry and Donor Records Specialist Lacey N. Fetcko, Administrative Assistant, Vice President for University Advancement Karen E. Galentine, Vice President, University Advancement Ruby A. Holmes, Database Coordinator Marcia M. Wallander, Senior Director for Philanthropy

CREDITS

Rose M. Woolley, Director, Alumni Relations

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LEGACY I S PR O D U C E D I N C O O PE R AT I O N W I T H U N IV E R S I T Y C O MMU N I CATI ONS AND E XTE RNAL RE L ATI ONS : Lauren Boeh, MBA, Senior Graphic Designer Alison Juram D’Addieco, MST, Special Projects Manager Amy E. Neil, Vice President, University Communications and Strategic Positioning Andrew G. Wilson, Director, Media Relations

This report recognizes volunteer service and gifts made during Carlow’s fiscal year beginning July 1, 2012 and ending June 30, 2013. We have made every effort to ensure the accuracy of the contents. However, if you find an error, please send corrections to: Christy Dennison, Donor Relations Administrator, at 412.578.6231 or cldennison@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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