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The Centenarian

Fall 2009 Fall 2011

For the Love of Centenary Amazing Volunteer Restoration at the Equestrian Center Inside Centenary’s New Career Center Profiles of Success President’s Report and Honor Roll of Donors

The magazine for friends and alumni of centenary college


Centenary Moment


irst-year students took the plunge into service and volunteerism on August 29, 2011, in what has become the annual rite of passage known as Community Plunge. The event provides a number of volunteer opportunities and Centenarians provided much-needed help at sites that included Camp Bernie, the Hackettstown Public Library, Warren Haven Nursing Home, America’s Grow-A-Row and more.


In addition to furthering the College’s commitment to serving others, Community Plunge is a day when many lifelong friendships are formed. “It’s a great way for students to get acquainted with the community they’re helping in, but it’s also an opportunity for students to meet people and get to know the Centenary community as well,” said Josh Ecochard, Coordinator of Community Service.

(Top): A Centenary volunteer at the Hackettstown Public Library. (Middle and bottom): Centenarians lend a hand to residents at the Warren Haven Nursing Home. 2 The Centenarian

At America’s Grow-A-Row in Pittstown, N.J., Centenary volunteers helped harvest a crop and learned about food co-ops and hunger relief.

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2 View from the Dome The latest news and notes from Centenary College.

6 Career Boost State-of-the-art Career Center provides great services to both students and alumni. 8 Raise the Roof Dedicated Centenary volunteers rebuilt the Back Barn for the Equine Studies program, and the results are fantastic. 10 Changing Lives that Change Our World The 2011 Scholarship Gala and Gold Dome Awards 12 President’s Report Message from Dr. Barbara-Jayne Lewthwaite...12 Honor Roll of Donors...13 On the Cover: Cynthia Cheng ’13, one of three family members attending Centenary. The whole family spent the summer working on the Back Barn.

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NEWS FROM CENTENARY COLLEGE undergraduate degree in 1991, said it took a few weeks to re-adjust to the rigors of academia but “the way Centenary has designed its classes for working professionals makes earning a degree possible. It’s a great program.” Now, the partnership between the two institutions is even stronger.

(L to R) David Samberg, Public Relations Manager, New York Metro for Verizon Wireless; Dr. Lauren Bergey, Assistant Professor of Biology at Centenary College; Hollianne Eckerd ’12, Centenary College student; Dr. Lynn Taylor, Associate Professor of Equine Studies at Centenary College; Morgan Mack ’14, Centenary student; and Doreen Awuku-Agyeman, Consultant – NEA Marketing Express Services, My Verizon & Verizon Partnership for Verizon Wireless.

A Growing Partnership

Verizon and Centenary share a commitment to helping others “The way Centenary has designed its classes for working professionals makes earning a degree possible.” David Samberg ’13 Public Relations Manager, Verizon Wireless

Accelerated degree programs through the Centenary College School of Professional Studies have immense appeal to companies that want to improve and develop their work force. Verizon became the latest Fortune 500 company to partner with Centenary; several cohorts of Verizon employees are earning their bachelor’s degrees or MBAs by taking one class per evening, on-site at company locations in Morristown, Warren and Park Ridge. “I love it,” said David Samberg ’13, a public relations manager for Verizon Wireless, who is completing an MBA through the Centenary College School of Professional Studies. Samberg, who received his

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Last spring, colleagues asked Samberg to recommend a worthy organization for a gift of tree saplings. The initiative is part of the Verizon Wireless Tree Donation Program — for every customer who enrolls or switches to paperless billing, the company pledges to plant a tree. Samberg, who noticed the host of Earth Day initiatives at the College, immediately recommended Centenary. In May, Verizon Wireless donated 200 blue spruce saplings to Centenary. Representatives from the company, along with students and faculty, planted the saplings on the main campus. Some trees were also given to the town of Hackettstown. Other service collaborations are under way. Samberg recently worked with College officials to bring Hopeline® From Verizon, a phone recycling program, to the Centenary campus. This program collects no longer used phones (from Verizon and other cell phone makers) and recycles or repurposes the phones. All proceeds are directed to local agencies that support and help victims of domestic violence. “When you donate a phone in New Jersey, you are helping a New Jersey family,” said Samberg, who also manages the Hopeline program. “The more phones we collect, the more money we are able give to these agencies.” Centenary partnered with the Hopeline program and collected no longer used mobile phones during the month of October. The effort coincided with Domestic Violence Awareness Month.

Serving Those Who Serve

Centenary named “Military-Friendly School” for second year in a row Military Mondays. Participation in the Yellow Ribbon Program. Instant Decision Days, One Stop Enrollment programs and a steadfast commitment to educating military and student veterans. These are just a few reasons why G.I. Jobs magazine named Centenary College a Military-Friendly School for 2011, the second consecutive year the College received the honor. “Centenary College is an institution that really works with our veterans to ensure that the process to come to Centenary is a smooth one,” said Margie Pavlichko, Veterans Administrator and School Certifying Official at Centenary. “We strive to ensure that they are happy with their decision to become a Centenary student.” In fact, thanks to proactive measures initiated by administrative departments, the College now enrolls nearly 70 veterans. This figure includes Centenarians enrolled in undergraduate, graduate and online programs. In addition to the Yellow Ribbon Program, a benefit authorized under the Post-9/11 G.I. Bill, Centenary College provides many opportunities to assure veterans a comfortable transition to the academic world. Military Mondays are scheduled on the first Monday of each month and provide veterans the opportunity to learn more about starting their education, as well as how to use their benefits. Veterans also participated in Instant Decision Days and One Stop Enrollment Days held throughout the summer. At these admissions events, prospective students were able to apply and/or apply and enroll to Centenary on the same day.

Centenary Unveils New Websites The address is the same, but the look is more inviting and the navigation definitively more userfriendly. Centenary College unveiled its redesigned website ( on July 31, 2011. Work on the redesign began earlier this year, with the goal of establishing a site to support stronger marketing to prospective students and more intuitive navigation for members of the College community. “People’s time is valuable,” said Doug Hooper, Centenary’s Web Site Content Manager, who worked with a campuswide committee on the project. “The new site was designed to be a more accommodating site that’s cleaner, more welcoming, easier to navigate but also pertinent and relevant to visitors.” Already, Hooper reports that visitors are spending significantly more time on Centenary’s website, an indication that users are exploring, discovering and interacting with Centenary-related information and content. In addition to accommodating multiple platforms, such as the increased use of mobile and smart phones, the new website also integrates user-generated content from various social media sites such as Facebook and YouTube.

Centenary welcomed the Class of 2015 in August.

Admissions On the Rise Admissions at Centenary are on the rise. Freshmen applications for 2011– 2012 increased nearly 17 percent over the previous year. Additionally, the Class of 2015 enrolled 290 members, a 10 percent increase over 2010. Classes for the new academic year began August 31, 2011.

“I can only anticipate that we will see more traffic,” Hooper added. “We’ve made the kinds of design and programming changes that benefit the College and our community.” An updated Alumni website is in process. To view the progress, go to alumni. The Centenarian 3


VIEW FROM THE DOME New Learning Center in Edison

“This new location will enable us to continue to serve the educational needs of professionals in Central New Jersey.” Dr. Deirdre Letson, Dean for Adult and Professional Programs

Centenary President Dr. Barbara-Jayne Lewthwaite and College officials welcomed students and honored guests to the official opening of the new Edison Learning Center for the Centenary College School of Professional Studies on September 22, 2011. The new learning center is located at 333 Thornall Street in Edison, N.J., and features more spacious classrooms, a tutoring room and quiet lounge for adult students to meet, study and collaborate on group projects. The location also heightens the visibility of the program, which began in 1999 to meet the educational needs of busy adults. Offering associate, bachelor’s and MBA degrees in an accelerated format that is conducive to the schedules of working professionals, the program has been available in Edison since 2005. Classes meet one night per week; students progress through the curriculum year-round and typically complete a degree in 24 months. To date, more than 2,000 Centenary alumni are graduates of the School of Professional Studies “This event was a wonderful opportunity to showcase our new learning center,” said Dr. Deirdre Letson, Dean for the Centenary College School of

(L to R) Dr. Deirdre Letson, Centenary Trustee the Hon. Dr. Howard L. Burrell, Centenary President Dr. Barbara-Jayne Lewthwaite, Mayor Antonia Ricigliano of Edison and Dr. Joanne LaPerla-Morales, President of Middlesex County Community College.

Professional Studies. “Centenary College has had a presence in the Edison area for over six years, and this new location will enable us to continue to serve the educational needs of professionals in Central New Jersey.” Centenary College School of Professional Studies classes are also offered on the College’s main campus in Hackettstown, a learning center in Parsippany and various corporate sites throughout New Jersey.

Centenary Biology Student Awarded Merck Research Grant In partnership with the Independent College Fund of New Jersey (ICFNJ), Merck has awarded Centenary Biology student Erika Chu ’13 a $6,250 research grant. The Merck Undergraduate Science Endeavors Program supports ICFNJ science majors who are planning to conduct their own independent scientific research. Centenary has increased research opportunities for undergraduates across many academic disciplines in recent years. Chu’s research proposal involves the investigation of the non-native, oriental grass shrimp. Erika Chu ’13

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The project is of great interest to biologists since, according to Assistant Biology Professor Dr. Lauren Bergey, it addresses a global issue. “I am positive that the competition for this undergraduate research scholarship was high,” Dr. Bergey noted. “Our goal is to publish Erika’s results and have her present at a national conference.” When she’s not in the Biology lab, Chu, who hails from Galloway, N.J., plays Volleyball for the Lady Cyclones. With 182 career blocks, she became the program’s all-time blocks leader in September.

Centenary Professor Receives National Award Psi Chi, the international honor society in psychology, selects 12 faculty members from colleges and universities across the nation for a faculty advisor research grant award each year. This year, Centenary Assistant Professor Keith Morgen, Ph.D. of Psychology Keith Morgen, Ph.D., was one of them. Psi Chi awarded its Faculty Advisor Research Grant to Dr. Morgen for a study entitled “Addiction and Trauma in the Criminal Justice System: Parole Analyses.” The Psi Chi Faculty Advisor Research Grants are competitive, peer-reviewed awards presented annually to support Psi Chi faculty advisors’ research. Dr. Morgen’s $2,000 grant will support a project that is one of the first known examinations of the substance abuse/dependency and trauma issues of paroled older offenders over the age of 55.

It’s a Hit! WNTI launches summer concert series WNTI (91.9 FM) launched its inaugural summer concert series with a diverse roster of performers that included Citizens Band Radio, Gandalf Murphy, Ronnie Spector and more.

“There is little known about older offenders, so this research is important to understand what their needs are upon parole,” explained Dr. Morgen. “Our findings will inform the counseling and other supportive services focused on their addiction and trauma recovery needs.”

This was the station’s first venture in producing its own summer festival. In previous seasons, WNTI acted as media sponsor for other summer music performances. The concerts were held at the Knowlton Township Lions Club Pavilion in Delaware on select Friday evenings in June, July and August.

The grant money also furthers research opportunities for Centenary’s Psychology majors. The project is the principle task for Dr. Morgen’s 2011–2012 substance abuse research team; four Psi Chi honor students will conduct the case record reviews, and with Dr. Morgen, plan to present the initial findings at the Eastern Psychological Association Conference in 2012.

“This is the first year WNTI has ever done a concert series, and it was a success,” said Melanie Thiel ’09/11, the station’s development director. “All the bands were a pleasure to work with and the patrons really enjoyed themselves. We are already starting to plan next year!”

Dr. Morgen is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in New Jersey and a National Certified Counselor (NCC). He is also the 2011 recipient of the Centenary College Distinguished Teaching Award.

WNTI reaches more than 52,000 listeners in six counties from the David and Carol Lackland Center at Centenary College.

Supporting Players Seven Centenary Theater students served on the production team for the comedic one-woman play “Bad Dates,” which played at the Sitnik Theater in the David and Carol Lackland Center last February. The show starred Broadway veteran Liz McConahay Wanfried (second from left) and was directed by Centenary Stage Company (CSC) Artistic Director Carl Wallnau, who also serves as Associate Professor of Theater Arts and chair of the Communication and Fine Arts Department. Centenary is one of a few colleges in the country that offers Theater majors hands-on experience in Actor’s Equity productions.

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Career Boost Michael Iris ’07 assists a Centenary student in the new Career Center as Career Services Coordinator Dorian Alu looks on.

Students and alumni receive well-deserved assistance at Centenary’s new Career Center

“We’re now able to stress the fact that as a Centenary graduate, you have access to Career Services. It is so important in this day and age to support your job search.” Michael Iris ’07

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hen College President Dr. Barbara-Jayne Lewthwaite promised to improve facilities and services that affect the day-to-day lives of Centenary students and alumni, the creation of a state-of-the-art career services center was her top priority. Less than a year later, the new Career Center is proof positive of the President’s continuing efforts to impact the lives and success of current Centenary students and alumni. Opened in May, the new Center in the Edward W. Seay Administration Building improves the visibility of this important service while providing students with a renovated space and top technology to research careers and conduct job searches. The space in the Seay Building became available following the dedication last year of the David and Carol Lackland Center. The new Career Center occupies an area that once housed the Cornelius

Walsh Board of Trustees’ Room and the President’s Dining Room. “I really see Career Services as a huge selling point for Centenary,” said Michael Iris ’07, the Center’s director. “We’re now able to stress the fact that as a Centenary graduate, you have access to Career Services. It is so important in this day and age to support your job search.” In addition to counseling students to help them solidify and work toward career goals, Career Services has assisted alumni from the 1970s through today, a relationship that helps to keep alumni connected with the College. A key aim of the Center is to empower job seekers with the tools they need to make them stand out in today’s highly competitive job market. Centenary’s three-member Career Services staff provides individualized assistance with a broad spectrum of services including resumé-writing and review, online

job research and networking tools. For job seekers today, mastering technology and online networking sites are important to remaining current in the evolving market. As a result, Career Services is equipped with two Mac workstations, as well as Skype, since many internships now require Skype interviews. Career counselors also help students update their LinkedIn profiles. In addition, the Center has six iPads for use by both students and alumni. “We want everyone to become more familiar with technology,” Iris explained. “We show them how they can use social media, apps and other technology tools to be more competitive and land job interviews.” Doctoral candidate Jenelle Woodrup ’01/02 has already benefited from the amenities provided at the Center. With her eyes fixed on a career in higher education, Woodrup, who is pursuing her doctorate in Writing and Contemporary Studies at Drew University, has visited the new Career Center for assistance in editing her resumé and using online search engines. Woodrup earned her associate degree in Liberal Arts and a bachelor’s in English with a minor in Sociology from Centenary before studying for a master’s in English and Comparative Literature at Fairleigh Dickinson University. “(Iris) has been sending me links on things I might be qualified for,” said Woodrup, who has also received information from Iris on how to use LinkedIn for self-marketing. “I think the Center is great. When I walked in, I was astonished by the change in the department. It’s so much bigger and more modern.” In another section of the Center, users can watch videos and access other career building tools on three flat-screen TVs in a comfortable area much like a living room. Video profiles of alumni are shown regularly and wall space showcases the work of current students. The alumni profiles are particularly meaningful to students, according to Iris. “Conducting your own job search can be stressful and difficult,” he noted. “The videos are informative and also can be inspiring. Students see that the work pays off and your career develops.” The overall goal is to make Centenary students and alumni stand head and shoulders above the field. “Students and alumni leave the Career Center with new energy and new tools,” Iris said. “It gives them a new outlook. It is very satisfying when we help them in this way.” Alumni interested in sharing their career paths with Centenary students can e-mail Iris at

Michael Iris ’07: Launching Careers Michael Iris ’07 is a real proponent of the small college experience. As a Centenary College student, he benefited from low student-teacher ratios, individual attention and opportunities for hands-on career training. Recently named Director of Career Services at the College’s new Career Center, Iris looks forward to bringing the same amenities to today’s Centenary students.

Michael Iris ’07

“I love the small college setting,” said Iris, who majored in Business Administration and Marketing and Management at Centenary. “There’s just something you get here that you don’t get at the larger institutions.” During his undergraduate career, a work-study opportunity in public relations and marketing piqued his interest in electronic communications, and he completed a master’s degree in Graphic Communications Technology Management at Kean University two years ago. It also solidified his resolve to pursue a career in higher education at a small campus. As the social media marketing manager for Berkeley College, Iris helped to drive inquiries and admissions by managing all of Berkeley’s social media sites, including Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, LinkedIn and Foursquare. In addition to providing him with an excellent background in the evolving field of social media, his stint at Berkeley opened his eyes to ways to integrate this technology into career planning. Today, Iris and his staff count social media as an effective tool in the career counseling services they offer at Centenary. But while electronic communications are a must for today’s job seekers, Iris firmly believes it can’t replace the one-on-one contact that benefited him so much as an undergraduate. “At the Career Center, our staff really provides individual attention,” he said. “When we’re talking about setting goals with students or alumni, we’re doing it one-on-one. You really have a greater impact that way.”

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Cover Story

Centenary parent Laura Pabst and a volunteer haul a roll of Tyvek insulation.

An anxious crew of volunteers poses before a hard day’s work on Day One.

Volunteers form an assembly line to install roof panels.

Raise the Roof

Morris Habitat for Humanity Supervisor Doug Wright, Centenary staff member Rudolfo Alfaro and Flanders resident Lucy Yardley tar-paper the roof.

Bottom Rows (L to R): The Back Barn, through various phases of the reconstruction process. 8 The Centenarian

Centenary Trustee Jim Salerno uses a tractor to haul materials.

Equine Studies Department Chair Kelly Munz Volunteers dig a trench for replacing old wood pillars with pressure-treated wood. and Centenary Trustee M. Alden Siegel.

Centenary’s summer barn raising attracted 165 volunteers and saved the College more than $200,000 in construction costs


hen Equine Studies Department Chair Kelly Munz looks at the newly restored Back Barn at the College’s Equestrian Center, she is filled with gratitude. “It looks fantastic,” she said of the barn, which houses 12 horses, as well as a residential apartment for the facilities manager and staff who care for the horses 24/7. “I can’t even believe we did it.” “We” is a group of 165 dedicated volunteers comprised of Centenary faculty, staff, trustees, students and their families, as well as community members and construction managers from Morris Habitat for Humanity, who toiled through the summer’s heat to build the new facility. The massive volunteer effort saved the College $200,000 in construction costs and demonstrated that donations of time and talent can go a long way in assisting with capital projects. “I was really surprised at all of the community support we got,” said Simone Knaap ’96, the College’s Advancement Director of Special Projects. “It renews your faith in people.”

Centenary Resident Director Kelly Bowes and student Jason Cheng ’15 saw 2-by-4s.

Glenn and Laura Pabst, as well as their daughter Jessica ’13, an Equine Studies major, worked on the project four days a week for most of the summer. “It was great to see all of the volunteers working together to benefit the whole Equine Department,” said Laura. Centenary Trustee Jim Salerno manned a tractor to assist with the project. “This was a community effort. They came out in droves,” said Salerno, who had never driven a tractor before. “To see something like this come through for the benefit of Centenary and the students, as well as the satisfaction of the The Centenarian 9 volunteers, was extraordinary.” The Centenarian 9



The 2011 Centenary College Scholarship Gala Changing Lives that Change Our World Thanks to the generosity of many Centenary alumni and friends, the dream of higher education remains possible for the College’s scholarship recipients. The College held its Scholarship Gala on June 21, 2011, and raised approximately $150,000 to support student scholarships. Since its inception, the Gala has raised over $2 million for the Centenary College Scholarship Fund. The Gala’s theme, “Changing Lives That Change Our World,” brought to life the numerous ways that Centenary transforms lives. In 2010–2011, more than $12.5 million from the institution’s annual budget was awarded in financial aid to full-time undergraduate students. “My scholarship allowed me to change the path of my family, give hope to those whose life paths are full of similar obstacles and challenges, and show that, with perseverance and faith, you can achieve any goal set before you,” said Amy Malinda Vadala ’11. This year also marked the first time the annual event was held in the David and Carol Lackland Center. Raymond Nisivoccia,

founding partner of Nisivoccia, LLP, a regional accounting and advisory firm and member of the Centenary College Board of Trustees, served as Chair and Master of Ceremonies. The College also awarded its prestigious Gold Dome Award to alumna Doll Spach Siegel ’59 and Trustee Jim Salerno. In keeping with Centenary’s longstanding tradition of service, the Gold Dome Award recognizes individuals or organizations that advance the mission of the College and work for the betterment of communities. Siegel is a dedicated Centenary volunteer who served as co-chair of the Cornelius Walsh Society, which represents the College’s most generous benefactors, and is the former chair of the President’s Circle. She and her husband, M. Alden Siegel (who also serves as a Centenary College Trustee), are passionate and steadfast supporters of the College’s mission to change lives. Salerno, the owner and former president of Jim Salerno Buick and GMC, is a Centenary College Trustee. A longtime supporter of the College’s nationally recognized Equine Studies program, Salerno also spearheaded the recent volunteer restoration of the Back Barn at the Equestrian Center. Other Gala highlights included a Silent Auction held by the Alumni Association Executive Board (AAEB) and “Your Journey Through Golden Years,” a trivia and history game about Centenary College.

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1. Centenary College honored Doll Spach Siegel ’59 (left) and Jim Salerno (right) with Gold Dome Awards. The honorees received their 3 Dr. Barbara-Jayne awards from College President Lewthwaite.


2. Gala Honoree Doll Spach Siegel ’59 (center) was joined by friends and family members. 3. Among the guests in attendance was Virginia N. Littell ’04 HA (right), the chairman of The Campaign for Centenary College, pictured here with Centenary Trustee M. Alden Siegel (center) and Doll Spach Siegel ’59. 4. Centerpieces reflected a transportation theme of this year’s Gala by demonstrating how Centenary programs inspire students to become “vehicles of change.” 5. Classmates Lucinda Thomas Embersits ’59 (left) and Doll Spach Siegel ’59 were delighted to see each other.


6. Raymond Nisivoccia (center), a Centenary College Trustee, was master of ceremonies for the evening. He was accompanied by his wife and daughter, and several Centenary alumni who work for his accounting firm.


7. Amy Malinda Vadala ’11 directs one stop of “Your Journey Through Golden Years,” a history and trivia game about Centenary College. 8. Dr. Barbara-Jayne Lewthwaite, Centenary President, speaks with alumni Seong-Eun Im ’00 (center) and Regina Jun ’11. 9. David Lackland ’10 HA and Carol Burgess Lackland ’54/10 HA who made the lead gift for the Lackland Center, were in attendance, along with their daughter, Jennifer Lackland (center) and other friends and family members. 10. Jim Salerno, a College Trustee and longtime friend of the Equine Studies program, chatted with equestrian students Candice Schrober ’12 (left) and Erika Lanpher ’12.



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• When we sought volunteers to help us restore a new Back Barn for our nationally recognized Equine Studies program, more than 160 people turned out from all walks of life, from Centenary students and their family members, faculty, staff and trustees, as well as individuals and corporations from the Hackettstown area. Their “sweat equity” saved the College more than $200,000 in construction costs. • Centenary College’s Scholarship Gala was a big success and this year, the College awarded $12.5 million in financial aid to deserving students. This issue of The Centenarian is all about success: the success of so many who heeded the call and took action, whether through generosity of time, talent or treasure, to Dear Alumni and Friends of Centenary College,

ensure that the mission of Centenary College endures.

The great painter Pablo Picasso once said, “Action is the

And ultimately, this publication and everything we do is all

foundational key of all success.” We 6 can yearn for success,7 about8our students: the quest for knowledge and lifelong but without action, success will remain an elusive goal. As President of Centenary College, I am inspired daily

skills that will translate into their own personal success stories.

by the actions of our faculty, staff, trustees, alumni

Without you, the personal and institutional successes

and dedicated donors who share their expertise and

achieved this year would not be possible. You make

generosity to ensure that all eyes remain fixed on the

Centenary successful. On behalf of the College community,

mission set before us: to provide our students with the

thank you for your generosity and belief in the power of a

very best education, facilities and services to ensure their

Centenary education to provide the kinds of opportunities

future success.

that transform lives.

Collectively, our efforts in 2010–2011 were astounding: • We are successfully fulfilling our promises of improving

3 Sincerely,

student and alumni futures. Last spring, we proudly unveiled a new, high-tech Career Center in the Edward W. Seay Administration Building.

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Dr. Barbara-Jayne Lewthwaite President, Centenary College

Honor Roll of Donors Centenary’s continued success is made possible through the generous support of the individuals and organizations listed in this report. We salute alumni, friends and benefactors for helping to send forth graduates who lead by serving others.

The Cornelius Walsh Society Established in 1990, the Cornelius Walsh Society recognizes benefactors who represent the pinnacle of leadership support for Centenary College. Alumni, parents and friends who donated $1,000 or more know that their gifts to the Centenary Fund advance the programs at the College today and help its students become tomorrow’s leaders. Special thanks to Kathleen Lascky Turner ’70, 2011 Chair. 1867 Associates of the Cornelius Walsh Society ($10,000 and above) Carol Harvey Barrows ‘61/Johnson Charitable Gift Fund Susan Stappers Bartels ‘68 Margot Nelson Carey ‘55 Gerard Cleary/2211 Trading Corporation Joan Van Winkle Cunningham ‘59 Lucinda Thomas Embersits ‘59 Erbach Communications Group Joanne Gates ‘88 HA* and Richard J. Gates * Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation Heath Village Retirement Community Johnson & Johnson The Jones Group The Knapp Foundation, Inc. Katie Coakley Koch ‘67 David Lackland ‘10 HA and Carol Burgess Lackland ‘54/10 HA Betty Ann Leith Robert Sydney Needham Foundation New Jersey State Council on the Arts Raymond Nisivoccia/Nisivoccia, LLP John Post/John & Margaret Post Foundation Lois MacLardy Ransom ‘46 The Reeves Foundation E. Allen Reeves Incorporated RoNetco Supermarkets, Inc. Alan J. Shaw M. Alden and Dorothy Spach Siegel ‘59 Skylands Community Bank Betts and Harris Smith The John Ben Snow Memorial Trust Barbara Robison Sporck-Stegmaier ‘43/ Robison Family Foundation TD Bank Christopher M. Treanor

Reeves Associates of the Cornelius Walsh Society ($1,000 – $4,999)

Charlotte Anderson Abell ‘52 Debra Albanese ‘04 HA Linda and Roger Anderson Anonymous (4 donors) APV Enterprises ARAMARK Corp George and Pam Arwady Avantor Performance Materials, Inc. Michael Babyak, Jr. II/ Precision Financial Services, Inc. Ellen Banks ‘93/Transformation Tees, LLC Don and Janet Kipp Tribus ‘62 Bob and Marion Barnes US Department of Justice Joyce Tietjen Barry ‘55 BD Ferry Associates of the Cornelius Walsh Society Nancy “Missy” Keely Bell ‘61 ($5,000 – $9,999) Annabel Benito ‘04/Simon Benito Anonymous Edward Bianoski ARC Thrift Stores Big Tadew, LLC Penelope Ayers/The William P. & Gertrude Audrey Hines Bonaparte-Watts ‘78 Foundation Dennis and Denise Bone/Fidelity BASF Catalysts LLC Charitable Gift Fund The Collaborative Inc Partick Borruso Lee Drinane ‘59 Claire Couch Bosee ‘54 T.J.D. Dunphy/Dunphy Family Boyar, Suozzo, & Motyczka, P.A. Foundation Inc. Branda’s Italian Grill Ruth Hayes Elliott ‘34/04 HA * Mrs. Albert S. Brodeur ‘47 Beverly A. Hutzel June Brody Junior Essex Troop, Inc. Brenda Bailey Carter ‘60 Mars Chocolate North America Chartwell’s/Compass Group Panther Valley Pharmacy Shirley Gongwer Cochran ‘54 */ Pennoni Associates Inc. James L. Cochran, Sr. Morgan Rosenberg ‘11/Rosenberg Family Coyne Enterprises, Incorporated Foundation Jerry Dailey/The Dailey Network Lee Sadrian/The Lee Kellogg Foundation Gail Blank Dawson McNally ‘57 Jim Salerno/Jim Salerno Pontiac-BuickTilly-Jo Emerson GMC, Inc. Diane Finnan Michael Salerno/Salerno Duane Auto Dr. Shane Fitzpatrick Group Christine Siciliano Floether ‘87 Sherman Theater Fulton Financial Corporation Orin R. Smith ‘91 HA and Stephanie Robert W. and Dorothy Baer Garner ‘53/ Bennett-Smith ‘01 HA Community Foundation of Sarasota Timothy and Tara Smith/The County, Inc. Comprehensive Group Robert Goodman and Rochelle A. MakelaKathleen and Joseph Stein Goodman ‘97 Patricia Tagliatela ‘72/Louis F. & Wolfgang Gstattenbauer ‘84 Mary A. Tagliatela Foundation Hackettstown Regional Medical Center Lindsey Reighley Thune ‘70 Hackettstown Supply Company, Inc. Nancy Briwa Veeder ‘46 Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Lee Hahn Linda V. W. Watkins ‘62 Michael Halpin Ruth K. Hanson ‘44 Carol Whitney Harrington ‘50

Donald and Lou Ann Harris Heritage Community Bank Dolores Hippler Erica Hontz Hoffman ‘83 Virginia George Hook ‘44 Joan G. Hooper ‘50 HSBC - North America Seongeun Im ‘00 David and Christina Johnson Brian J. Kerwin Barbara Rhodes Kimber ‘55 Nancy Kitchen/The Flower Loft Klein Outdoor Jennifer Reid Kolmer ‘75 Edith Bolte Kutz ‘42 Linda Klebe Larsen ‘68 Estate of Kathryn Gardner Lawrence ‘26 Barbara-Jayne and Paul Lewthwaite Christopher Linne ‘02/04 Liz Claiborne Foundation Jovanna Lombardozzi ‘08 Patsy Pierce Loring ‘60 Samuel Magarino Catherine Malavarca Norma Boom Marin ‘50 Catherine Huether McClelland ‘70 Linda Dey McDonald ‘62 Arden Davis Melick ‘60/01 HA Merck & Co. Foundation Juliana Merton/The Homestead Foundation, Inc. Roberta Fiske Mildenberger ‘67 Sandra Moody ‘59 A. Lynn Moran ‘88/SONORAN Newton Health and Wellness, LLC Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Nuzzolese/Nuzzolese Bros. Ice Corporation Bill and Monica Oliver/The Bill and Monica Oliver Foundation Denis Hennessy O’Rourke Glenn and Laura Pabst George W. Paffendorf ‘07 HA and Nancy Johns Paffendorf ‘79/81/06 Wallace P. Parker, Jr. Jim Patterson Peapack Gladstone Bank William Peskoff/William & Antoinette Peskoff Charitable Foundation Hugo and Marilyn Pfaltz/Pfaltz Family Fund of the Community Foundation of New Jersey Pfizer Inc The PNC Financial Services Group Susan Gordon Posner ‘58 *Deceased The Centenarian 13


Honor Roll of Donors (cont.) Elissa Robison Prout ‘54/Robison Family Foundation Qi Note, Inc. Janis Whitehead Quinn ‘69 Alfred Ricciardi C. Joy Riddell ‘58 Virginia Nielsen Robitaille ‘71 Cathy M. and Dominick J. Romano Suzanne Wallbank Rowland ‘57 Salvadore Salvo SASCO Insurance Services, Inc. Carol Demuth Schaefer ‘62 Kim Scharg ‘58 Seymour Street Partners LLC Warren B. Sillcocks ‘01 HA William E. Simon Foundation, Inc. South Street Theater Co., Inc. William Spina, Jr. Carol Stillwell Mildred W. Stroop ‘47 Sussex County Imports, LLC Judy Abbe Thomas ‘58/J and K Thomas Foundation The Tierney Family Foundation Inc. Gail Clausen Titen ‘71/73 Top of the Hill Entertainment LLC True Associates TRV Corp. Kathleen Lascky Turner ‘70 United Technologies UPS Foundation Verizon Foundation Gail Bergenback Vigra ‘57 Kathleen Ward Jo Ann Hack Waters ‘61 Jean Anderson Webb ‘68 Michael Wilk Muriel Bollinger Windolf ‘57 Norman and Deirdre Worth M. Elizabeth Coombs Yerkes ‘50 Arlene Shorter Young ‘96/99 and Dr. George Young

Dean Hight Club ($500 – $999) Aardvark Sports Shop Scott Anderson Phyllis Des Marais Arkett ‘48 Bank of America Brian Bartiromo Marion Bischoff Black ‘55 Nancy Blackwood Guy and Susan Bock Marjorie Mapes B. Boulware ‘37 Patrick F. Bourland Patrick E. Brady Timothy and Christine Brix Megan A. Cadematori Stanley and Karen Caine Eleanor Rumery Campbell ‘50 Centurytel, Inc. Chester Lions Club ChevronTexaco Foundation Fran and Tim Congdon CRC Insurance Services, Inc. Henry and Barbara Dankenbring Christopher Demarest ‘02 14 The Centenarian

Ricci and Stephanie Desiderio Bishop Sudarshana Devadhar Kevin and Lori Dick Jennifer Dillman John DiSesa Dixon Bros Inc. Martin J. Dowd Duncraven Inc. Margaret McCallum Edwardsen ‘44 Elite Caterers LLC Margaret E. Emmons ‘38 Jean Manner Enes ‘47 EPP, LLC ESPN Games Essex Troop ExxonMobil Education Foundation Vicko Fabris Four Sisters Winery/Matarazzo Farms Barbara Fox-Freund ‘68 Linda Warner Frank ‘66 Charles G. Frederickson, Ph.D. Michael Fugaro/Mountain Pointe Equine Veterinary Services Jennifer Oi Wah Fung Gallagher’s Plumbing & Heating Audrey Weiss Gates ‘50/Moore Gates, Jr. and Audrey W. Gates Fund of the Princeton Area Community Foundation, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. William Goeckeler Richard C. Greene and Ellie Rausch Greene ‘55 Elizabeth Ferguson Griffith ‘63 Hackettstown Business Improvement District Hackettstown Rotary Club Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Haley Young Jae Han and Son Hwa Rhee Evelyn Good Helfrich ‘50 Frank Herrera David and Geralyn Hickey Earle T. Holsapple, Jr. ‘99 HA Mary Horn Frank and Elizabeth Hubbard Guy and Debbi Huelat Independence Soccer Club, Inc Drusie Fox Jenkins ‘53 JMK Hospitality Group LLC/DBA Stanhope House The Reverend David L. Jones ‘03 HA Junk Busters Removal Service LLC Deborah Keeffe Knowlton Riverfest Margaret ZS. Kozak-Schwinof Reid and Ellen Kuder Frederick and Donna Lackland Harriet Avery Lake ‘33 Landtek Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Lenahan Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Leuis Gilbert and Carol Leveille Charles and Lea Lid Dr. Joseph and Mrs. Kum Linskey Livingston Service Corp Kurt Lutz Mackiewicz & Associates, LLC Thomas Malavasi

Mansfield Food Enterprises, LLC Robert A. Many ‘12 Diane Margolin and Michael S. Weiner Anthony Martelli Linda Martelli Judith and Heath McLendon Mr. and Mrs. Steven Megna Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation Dr. Sandra E. Moore Rae Krout Muller ‘51 Brian Murphy and Paula Zeliff Murphy New York Life Foundation Don and Frances Nikles Richard E. Oberuc, Jr. Linda A. Olson ‘94 Outpost in the Burbs Inc. James G. & Purcell Scheu Palmer Foundation AJ and Mindy Papetti Ann Hanson Perkins ‘50 Dilys J. Phillips ‘91 Playwrights Theater of New Jersey, Inc. Dawn Pogosaew Barrett Price Judithe Truppo Price ‘61 Ronald and Birgit Priest PSE&G Matching Gift Volunteer Program Jessica Reid Phillip B. Reilly Michael and Martha Rolland Betsy Stedman Russell ‘52 George and Barbara Salamy Philip and Lizabeth Salinardi Marcia Samuel Christina and Robert Saville Edwin Schrum Andrew and Susan Seger Jeremiah and Deborah Shaw Barbara Keil Sheffler ‘63/The Dudley P. & Barbara K. Sheffler Foundation Ski Shawnee, Inc. Skyland World Travel Skylands Orthopaedics, PC John L. Soldoveri/John L. & Grace Soldoveri Foundation, Inc. South Orange Performing Arts Center Inc. Paul and Marge Stein Raine and Ronnie Storms Joseph W. Strode, III James and Ursula Stryker Laura Succi Sussex County Municipal Utilities Authority Tamburri Family Tickner’s, Inc. Gabe Toth Brian and Andrea Trucksess Endel Uiga United Way of Warren County/Sarah Brelvi Karen Vanderhoof ‘84 Village Family Chiropractic, LLC Vivid Seats Wells Fargo Educational Matching Gift Program Beverly B. Whittington ‘55 WPLJ FM/Citadel Radio Station Group

Heather Morris Wright ‘84 Margaret Williams Young ‘59 Matthew D. Zinsser ‘04

Tower Club ($250 – $499) A & KU Enterprises, Inc. Barbara Saunier Acheson ‘46 Christopher and Amy Adamo Advanced Digital Data Carol Ann Ahern ‘54 Mr. and Mrs. Cirino Alvarado Amazon Services LLC Paul Anderson/Anderson Consulting Services LLC Neil F. Andrito ‘09 Anonymous WNTI Army of One Personal Fitness LLC Dr. Ken Autore John Baptist William Bates ‘00 Jason Beard Mark Beatty Robert and Pamela Beatty Billie Blackwell ‘97/09 Michael Bolman and Sarah Grare Kathleen Boody ‘96/02 Edward Boyer AT&T Community Giving Campaign Carol Brennan Margaret Stirling Brewer ‘60 Tracy Buckner Howard and Reba Burrell Mimi and Andrew Carr Miriam Santowasso Cash ‘80 Peg Castle ‘49 Robert Cavo Mr. and Mrs. Michael Cerone Marybeth Chamberlain Michael Chimes Fran Cladek Bill Clifford Randy and Robin Cosentino Harriet S. Cramer R. Bruce and Allison Crelin Crossroads Angel, LLC/Dwight Irving Gladys Merrick Cutler ‘53 Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Davis Karen and Allan Dechert Rosemary Delaney Gena Deroche Agnes Diaz Ditschman Flemington Ford Daryl Dixon Henry Doherty Carey and Colette Donovan Charlie Dourney Michael Dowling Otis Duffy ‘97 Tom and Jean Marie Duhamel Kathleen McDermott Eastman and Colleen Eastman ‘11 Eclaro Sports ECV Pets Inc. Gary Eisenreich Robin Fairclough Patricia A. Falcone ‘60

Anthony Bud Falzarano Lorna and Larry Farmer Lauretta A. Farrell DJ Favale Susanne Fiori Elizabeth K. Frank ‘49 Frank’s Trattoria John Freeman John Fulshum Sandra Genduso Mary Fennell Gerber ‘54 Gail Bird Gifford ‘53 Jean Smith Godfrey ‘54 Canon Jay H. Gordon Mike Graycar Bill Gregonis Ellen J. Griffith Agust and Linda Gundmundsson Keith H. Gunn Michelle and Gary Gustavson Paul and Elizabeth Hackett Emma J. Hale Hall-Digioia Surgical Associates PA William F. and Mary Ann Harzer Diane Heiskanen Howard and Eileen Herman-Haase P. Randolph Hill Mark Hodgdon Bill Hoffman Linda Broyhill Hogan ‘60 John R. Holt Jim Horvath Ruth Mortensen Holmes ‘37 Scott Hughes Donald Jacobs Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth Janowski Johnson Dodge Chrysler, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Jones Jeffrey Judd Nisha Ali Kash ‘04 Carol Katz ‘97/99 Ruth-Louise Louser Keefer ‘41 Dawn Kelly ‘98 Jefferson W. Kirby Earlaine Coleman Klingler’75 Todd Kluska Daphne Boyle Kress ‘51 Lois Montana Kroll ‘62 Matt Kukoda Stanley J. Kula ‘07 Dan Kurela Eugene Lamastro Richard S. Lamperti Linda Pellett Lannin ‘51 Low Key Farm LLC Evelyn M. Low ‘54 Edwin and Maria Ludwig John D. Lydon Diane Lynch ‘10 Mary Lynch Susette DuPuy Lyons ‘60 Nancy Madacsi ‘06 HA Mary M. Mauerer ‘61 Dorothy Foulds Mayo ‘36 John Mazzarino Jim McGrath

William McQuaide Alan Meltzer John K. Menzies Gail Stadler Mewborn ‘60 Peter Mielach Miller & Associates Robert Miller Todd Miller Suzanne Morella Morton & Associates MPS Enterprises, LLC Deborah Murphy/Jem Consulting Systems LLC Jerrold Naideck and Kathleen Hughes Regina Neal NORCON Environmental James W. O’Brien Donald and Elizabeth Ohnegian Carol Olsen-Voorhees ‘39 John and Sandra Olson Sandra L. Olson On the Bandstand The Orthopedic Institute of New Jersey Denise Page Nancy Cunningham Paris ‘53 John and Beth Anne Payne James Pelech Kathleen and Alan Phil Jean Macomber Phillips ‘52 Anthony J. and Linda D. Piperata Diane Poandl Mark Podgorski Lindsay Power Trevor B. Power David and Christine Priest Gail Scagliarini Prince ‘61 The Prudential Foundation Matching Gifts Mike Pugliese Erica Pyznar Thomas and Peggy Quaranta R. P. Machine Margaret Lang Raub ‘64 Skip Readio Renaissance Electric, Inc. Diona Richter Ridgewood Manor, Inc. Anthony and Maria Rossi Edmond and Susan Ryan Edward Ryan ‘11 Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Sabol John and Annette Salvagno The SC Johnson Wax Fund, Inc. Anne Shallenberger Schaffer ‘55 Nick and Kathleen Schulaka Schwartz Foundation Mr. and Mrs. Bennett Schwartz Marian Hempt Semoff ‘70 Gary Silbert Elisa Lynch Simmons ‘62 Skyland Roller Girls Katherine Jones Slaton ‘87 Jeni Frese Sneberger ‘51 Source One Promotions/Corporate Branding Inc. Stanhope House, Inc.

Edward Stanton Thomas Steele Bette Porter Steisel ‘67 Thomas and Inara Sternadori Michele Stolls Stonegate Tree Service Kristen Stritter David and Joan Studer Sussex Professional Baseball, LLC Lois and Gregory Syrek Richard Talley and Claudette Austin-Talley Elizabeth Stanley Thomas ‘60 Tortured Clothing Company LLC Anne Scott Tredwell ‘50/The Schwab Fund for Charitable Giving Gail Wainwright Tseckares ‘53 Gerry Turnquist Don and Vicky Vasta Cheryl Veronda Carl N. Wallnau, III ‘95 HA Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wallnau, Jr. WASA Studio A Michael T. Webster Wedgewood Village Pharmacy, Inc. Jean LaVecchia Weissenborn ‘60 Betsy Mueller Wesson ‘63 Joanna West Samantha Whitley/Vernon and Kimberly Whitley Hannah Wild/Warren Rosen Lois Maccubbin Williams’60 George M. Wilson, Jr. Roy and Barbara Wilson Diana and Gary Worth ‘07 Patricia Ryan Wren ‘61 William Zadlocki Eileen Zaneski Mr. and Mrs. Zimmerlein J.U. Zingg

Century Club ($100 – $249) 611 Pub Inc. Marguerite Swartz Adams ‘50 Mary Petchaft Adelman ‘65 Maurita Corcoran Adler ‘76/Tuscon Holdings LLC Cynthia Richter Ahlheim ‘60 Holly Valentine Akers ‘06 Steve Albert Lorrie B. Albinson ‘09 Glenn W. Allan Robert and Emily Allen Barrie Allison ‘60 David Ames Anderson House, Inc Scott A. Anderson, LUTCF, CFP, LLC Peter Andrich Tina Annelli William Annelli Anonymous (5 donors) Michele Aquilino William F. Atkinson Barbara Clucas Aulebach-Ross ‘52 Automatic Data Processing, Inc. Bach’s Home Health Care Supplies

Lee Backer Janice Fletcher Badore ‘84 Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Baillis Elizabeth Day Baldwin ‘81 Dennis M. Balent ‘04/Balent Investigative & Training Service Caryl Ballin ‘70 Molly Power Balzer ‘61 Jacqueline M. Banks ‘04/06 Edward Barbuty Nancy Barcan Donna Barker Nancy Barnett Norma Stamp Barr ‘46 * Molly Wentworth Barrett ‘70 Richard and Carole Barrett Patrick Barry Susan C. Barry/John P. Barry Marlene Schaffer Barth ‘57 Robert Basek BASF Jim Batista Joe Baumgartner Mr. and Mrs. Paul Baumiller Susan Bechtel ‘95 Nathaniel and Donna Becker Todd Bechtoldt Michael and Jennifer Bedrin James Behrens Theodore Bell, Jr. Pamela J. Bellek ‘95/00 Nicholas Bencivengo, Jr. Benjamin Moore & Co. Victoria Bennett Edward Berg and Lois Ferguson Jennifer Bergman Donna Bernini Ann Schmid Berry ‘64 Lydia Bessler Michele Suplee Best ‘78 Jan Bialoboki Rudolph Billack William J. Billowitz Blairstown Inn, Inc. Lauren Blake Dorothy Swenson Block ‘55 Blue Ridge Lumber Co. Joyce Yavner Blumberg ‘63 Emilyn Von Deck Boda ‘61 Steven Bodei ‘07/09 Ellen Van Vliet Boltizar ‘05 Robert Bolton Constance Cunningham Bookbinder ‘57 Kate Booth Jane Miethke Bouchard ‘50 Patricia Bourne Rosemary Patience Bowens Christopher Bowley Martha Wiebke Brady ‘62 Mr. and Mrs. James T. Bragg Laraine Brands Lawrence F. Braun Nancy Adler Brehm ‘67 Carolyn Longshore Bridgewater ‘41 Charles and Laurie Briggs *Deceased The Centenarian 15


Honor Roll of Donors (cont.) Collin and Catherine Brill Ellen L. Brinton ‘50 Jeanne L. Brockmyer ‘35 Brenda Barrowclough Brodie ‘62 Linda Fogel Bross ‘65 Lou Brouch Ken Brown Octavia J. Brown Roger Browne Deborah Bohannon Brucker ‘67/American Aluminum Company Buonincontri & Son, Inc DBA Enzo’s Pizza Gail Stitzer Burgess ‘58 Kevin and Barbara Burke Cynthia Vogt Burrows ‘72 Katharine Giering Bush ‘50 Dan Buzby Donald Byron, Jr. C. R. Bard, Inc. James M. Cahill Mr. and Mrs. Michael T. Campbell Camp’s Auto Repair Sal Cangemi and Mary Mott Cangemi Capital Recovery Service, Inc Pat Doyle Caprio ‘68 Garry and Colleen Carlbon Chris Carruthers Cartridge World Phillipsburg Florence Casapulla Vicki Cashau Pam Cassidy Richard B. Cawthorne Eileen Chaladoff Peggy Chirico Dana Christensen Chubb Corporation John and Karen Kopacka Ciamillo ‘09 Doris Nicholson Clark ‘61 Grace Williams Clark ‘64 Ruth Clark Lenny Clifford Mary Lord Cloar ‘62 Cynthia Frinzi Cochran ‘68 James and Amy Adams Cochran ‘85 David and Gaye Cohen Susan Forrest Cole ‘59 Douglas Compton ‘06 Bette Bodor Coningsby ‘57 Mr. and Mrs. Walter Connolly Tamsin Cooke ‘03 George S. Cooper The Cooperage Cultural Atelier Margie P. Cordes ‘42 Vincent Corrado Joe Cossetti Robert Courboin Jacquelyn Wilkinson Crawford ‘52 Diana Crites Nancy Bechert Cross ‘55 Lynda Crouse ‘93 Crum & Forster Corporation CSG at Genesis Farm Nancy Franklin Cunningham ‘55 Patricia Curtis Dan Dai

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Alicia Pfenninger Dalpe ‘90 Emily Daly Mr. and Mrs. James Daly Robert Dannhauser Michael Dannucci Elizabeth Kollman Dapson ‘62 Carol Blankenship Davis ‘67 Stephen M. Davis Amanda Dean Susan Deane ‘71 Stephen T. Deehan, D.M.D. Dennis and Kathy DeEsch James Dehrens Louis Del Re Delaware Water Gap Celebration of the Arts, Inc. Kathleen Delcorpo Carol Bethune DelFavero ‘57 Martin Demarais Wayne Denton Philip DeRea Pete Deriso Filomena DeSantis ‘34 Judith DeSarro Douglas Desaulniers Nicholas C. Devita Jean Brown Dickson ‘57 Carole Dicton Barbara Dimdich Dimension Frame & Unibody Linda Dimick Jean H. Dinsmore Sylvia A. Dixon-McInerney James and Liane Dobson Daniel Dolan Mike Domanski Joseph and Virginia Dominiczak Elizabeth Van Hart Donovan ‘40 Mr. and Mrs. Ryan Donovan Louis Dooley Barbara Somers Dorsey ‘52 David Drake Deborah Drumm Shirley Williams Duerr ‘53 Karen Duncan Frederick P. Dunn Joseph P. and Desiree L. Dunn Jay Durco Christel Dynes Andrea Edwards Stephen Edwards Michael Egbert ‘10 Sara Beth Gruber Egol ‘55 Mark Elliott Linda Pinkney Emmons ‘57 Mr. and Mrs. James D. Engel Virginia Wiebke Esposito ‘57 Michael Eufemio Fairway Valley Golf Club Barbara Ake Falby ‘67 Ernest and Lisa Fazio Kevin Feeney Feet ‘N Beyond of New Jersey, PA Janice Felstedt/Kayla Felstedt Thomas Ferracino

Sharon M. Finkelstein ‘80 First Hope Bank Mr. and Mrs. Carl A. Fischl Christina P. Fisher Edwin and Catherine Fisher Mary Ellen Williams Fisher ‘61 Ed Fliegauf Roy and Theresa Fliegauf Anne Middleton Flood ‘49 Follett Higher Education Group Foodshed Alliance of the Ridge & Valley Patricia Foote Richard Forbringer Harry and Jody Ford ‘58 Valerye Tiarks Forrest ‘55 Flo Forsyth David Foster Marilyn Olsen Foster ‘50 Martha Fowler (Mopsy) ‘50 Jane Wheatley Franklin ‘61 Joan Fratzi Michael Frayne Jennifer Fritz John H. Fritz ‘03 HA Danny Froehner The Frueholz Family Kathleen Fruncillo Fulton, Timmes, Frega & Straubinger, P.A. G & E Moving Pamela Gaines Stephen R. Gale Barbara (Bidwell) Gallagher ‘61 Kathleen W. Gandy ‘04 George Ganter Dr. Susan Garavaglia Cindy Wack Garni ‘66 Kevin D. Gaynor Layce Gebhard Sandra Gecs ‘83 General Electric Company Ruth Ebling Geniesse ‘51 Jeff Gerstenblith Chris Gibbons Denise Giglio and David Penna Bertille Glass ‘01 Jim and Karin Glenn Joan Lamparter Goldberg ‘56 The Golden Gup Jean and Norman Goldfarb Steve Goldman Eliot and Risa Goldstein Carlos and Amy Goncalves Sean Gornell Peter E. Gorry Robert and Rebecca Grabowsky Diane Grach Meagan Grady ‘11 Brian and Jackie Gramza/Will Work For Kids Non-Profit Group Inc. Michael Grant Mark Green Richard and Patricia Grega Dale House Gress ‘60 Margherita A. and Gerry Grimes Jean Detwiler Gross ‘58

Sydney Gross Jane Grube Benjamin Guaimano David L. Guignard, D.M.D. Matthew Guiliano ‘93 Scott A. Guillemin Gordon and Lully Gund Kevin Guyette Hackettstown Oil Corporation Cherie Godin Hammond ‘82 Levi Hann Wayne and Alvetrice Harris Alice L. Hartmann ‘48 * Sally G. Hartshorne ‘49 Gordon Haw Hawk Pointe Golf Club, LLC Gary Hawk Hawthorne Sales, Inc. Maria Haydon-Buttner ‘85 Susan and Tom Heard Peter Heath Peggy Hentschke ‘66 Evelyn Klebe Hepper ‘55 Rob Herman Jerry T. Herrera Phoebe B. Hersh Hertz of Lebanon Mary Ellen Wachtel Hessberg ‘61 Catherine Duff Hesselman ‘65/67 Charles L. Higgins Marjorie Rowland Higgins ‘55 Virginia Ashley High ‘38 William Hinkes Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hirsch Dan Hirshberg Historic Blairstown Theatre Kathy Hlywa Helen Hoffmann Ann Morris Hogg ‘49 Sharon Holyoak Diane Schueler Hoover ‘56 Sally Johnson Hopfner ‘58 Kim M.C. Hopkins John Hornak Alyce Horsch Bill Hove Robert Howering Michael and Donna Hrebin Leslie Huber Linda Hughes Thomas A. and Louise A. Hughes David Hummer Cory Stanton Hunting ‘82 Michael Hurley Jean White Hutchinson ‘49 Nancy Crosby Hutchison ‘69 Faith Hyndman ‘63 Joe Hyziak Information System Solutions Inc. David Ippolito Ron and Jackie Jackowitz Jack’s Glass Shop II Catherine Jackson Dolores James Shelly Janes

Sally Thomas Jarrett ‘62 M. Diane Jasinski Jays Pharmacy JCK, LLC Marilyn Lewis Jenkins ‘51 Mike Jeske Arthur R. Jones David C. Jones Gail Brent Jones Melissa Jones Robert and Betty Jones Ronald Jones Mianna Schoenfelder Jopp ‘67 George A. Journey Richard Judd Al Juleus George Kapral Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Kasbo Jeff Kash Stella Tarabicos Katsanos ‘44 Mark Kaufer Loraine Hokin Kaufman ‘71 Sheldon Kay Shirley Demerath Kealy ‘44 Robert Kearney Michael and Denise Keating Debbie Keefe Denise Kelly Kennedy Engineering Inc. John Kennedy Lisa Kennedy Nancy Stephens Kennedy ‘67 Carol Peterson Kent ‘62 Patty Kettle Lorie Khalil Kidsee 20/20 Foundation Inc. Kidz Play, Inc. Susanne Wicki Kilcullen ‘86 M. Elizabeth Kilkenny ‘52 Donald and Maureen Kimble Janet Mittell Kinasewich ‘61 Linda King and Jason Jannuzzi Sharon King Jeannette Kinghorn Kipp & Allen, L.L.P. Maureen Kirkpatrick ‘53 Natalie Klausman Peggy Kocher ‘51 Robert Kocher Becky Paul Komorowski ‘73 William J. Kopp Dave Korbobo Vincent Kornmeyer Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Kouba ‘95 Diane Harris Kowalski ‘03/05 Susan Kramer ‘79/81 Elizabeth A. Kratzert ‘58 Alexandra Krecker Claire Hohneker Kronenwett ‘47 David Kuhne Arthur and Michele Kukoda Charles Kylis Margaret Peters Lachance ‘78 Charlotte LaCroix Ray and Bev Lalley

Susan Pederson Lamberti ‘61 Philip and Gloria Lamoureux Susan Friend Lane ‘51 Carolyn Lang Doris Sasse Lange ‘46 Maureen Iwanicki Langevin ‘98 Dr. and Mrs. Harold S. Lappin Craig Larsen Philip Lattari Pamela J. Laura Cathy Lavin Mark J. Lawson Bill Leavens Nancy Dodd LeFevre ‘55 Mary Rudolph Legrand ‘70 Jill Lehman Jacqueline Lemmers Tracy Lentz ‘10 Gwendolyn Hoff Leonard ‘54 Christopher and Linda Leone Janine Thomas Levitch ‘61 William Levy/Chubb Corporation Eileen Lewis Liberty Sod Farms, Inc. Marion Sears Libonate ‘70 Corinne Lilliott Susana Lippman Geoff Littlehale Gerard Llanos Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Long Art Lopez Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Lorenz Laren Lovering Joan Lowe Ruth Lozier Norton ‘45 Lisa Lucero ‘83 Theresa Ebinger Luckenbill ‘75 Luna Chimney Sweeps and Hearth Products Gregg Lyons Frederick Maas Fran MacKnight ‘48 Jim Maguire Betty Ann Tierney Mahoney ‘59 Main Street Jukebox Chris Major Carol Ann Malley Nicole Mandracchia William Mann Marche’s Jewelers Inc Sarah Marchese Gail Marie-Stewart Christiansen ‘60 Irene Marinich Kathleen Maroko Susan Merring Marsh ‘79/81 Marion Carlson Marshall ‘36 Thomas Marshall Nancy Baker Martin ‘60 Mr. and Mrs. Donald W. Mason Mario Mastroianni Mario A. Mastroianni Tom Mattei Gale Woolf Matthews ‘72 Scott D. and Maggie Matthews

Jean Ann Ball Maurer ‘60 Suzanne Wyatt Maurer ‘60 Nell C. Mayotte Jolane McArtney Cecilia McCarthy Joe and Suzanne McCarthy Kathleen McCarthy ‘02 Nancy Morrell McClatchie ‘49 Blair McCloskey Leslie McEachern Robert McElwaine Ellen Dewar McGovern ‘67 Frank McGovern Julie Bowman McGregor ‘63 Tim McGrorey Bob McKee Elizabeth Flynn McKinney ‘58 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. McLoughlin William and Mary McNeir Michael G. McVay Pamela Wall Meaker ‘63 Michael and Margareta Melofchik Matthew J. Mendres Lynda Messerschmidt Metavante Corporation Ken Metcalf Rebecca A. Metcalf Joseph Michaels Mrs. Jeff Miller, II ‘48 Ronald and Julie Anne Miller Pam Miller-Davis ‘69 Mary Washburn Mills ‘69 Rena Minisi Paul ‘65 Jeanne Monaghan Lori Montesion Gwen Montgomery Jeff Montgomery and Kimberley Treinen Thomas C. Moorhead Keith Morgen Sue Remington Moritz ‘58 Gail Glick Morosky ‘59 Nancy Blumoehr Morse ‘55 Mary Mott Mountain Ledge Music Wendy Manning Muhlfelder ‘69 George D. Muller Hector and Robin Munoz Hector and Cherylann Munoz Suzanne Summers Mura ‘69 David and Linda Murphy Barbara Wheatley Murray ‘45 Brian Murray Elizabeth Gilbert Murray ‘61 Mr. and Mrs. Michael Murray Kathleen Naasz National Appraisal Consutltants, LLC Eric Neason William Neier Lynn Pearson Nelson ‘64 Erik M. Nelson New Jersey Civic Youth Ballet Newton Medical Center

Common Ground Shunzo Horikawa ’03 faced an enormous challenge when he arrived at Centenary College in the summer of 1999. Speaking little English, the native of Japan participated in the College’s Summer Culture and Language The Horikawa family Program to prepare for life at an American college. For 17 years, Centenary’s innovative program has helped hundreds of college students from Korea, China, Taiwan, Japan and other countries succeed in higher education. Many, like Horikawa, opt to continue their studies at Centenary. “It was a wake-up call for me because at first my English level was extremely low,” recalled Horikawa. “I was not able to communicate with anyone.” Horikawa soon found a universal language that immediately won him friends: soccer. Most evenings he joined the members of the Cyclones Men’s Soccer team in the gym to kick the ball around. “It was an opportunity to interact because English is not necessary to play soccer,” he said. With extra help from the summer program’s staffers, as well as the individual attention he received from professors, Horikawa thrived at Centenary. He juggled a full course load and played Men’s Soccer and Baseball, as well as serving as a Resident Assistant. While his English improved greatly, Horikawa also knew that he needed to work harder than most students to catch up. To compensate, he would tape lectures and then replay them over and over, sometimes until 3 a.m. Horikawa double-majored in Business Management and Marketing. He now works as manager of food service sales and new account management for Japanese-based House Foods America Corporation in California. Today, he credits Centenary with helping him to launch his career, as well as providing the conduit to meet his wife, Rebecca Miko Horikawa ’03. The couple has two children, Emma and Skyler. “Centenary motivated me to go beyond what I thought I could do,” said Horikawa, who met with summer language students last summer. “I try to give them motivation because I understand how they are feeling.”

*Deceased The Centenarian 17


Honor Roll of Donors (cont.) Glenn Newton Elizabeth Halley Nicolson ‘49 Pamela Swiss Nixon ‘67 NJ Transformational Yoga Conference Norman Florist Inc Nancy Armstrong Normen ‘55 Rob Norris Addie Russell Novaco ‘58 Don Novak Novartis US Foundation Gregg Nunn Wayne Nygard Alex Obaytek Patricia Ocealis Pauline Britt O’Connell ‘59 Peter Odom Charlie Ohlweiler Cynthia Olivieri One Of A Kind Patricia Opitz Matthew and Amanda Orenstein Alex Orgren Joanne Jackson Owen ‘68 Donna Pabst Mary Rosenquest Pagnucco ‘59 Anne Walser Pailes ‘69 Linda Paradise Alberta Baldwin Paris ‘62 Alexahente Parliyan Michael T. Paul Margaret Davis Paul-Cavallier ‘60/ Harrison Davis Elizabeth M. Pearce ‘54 Suzanne Pierce Peery ‘62 Carol Peevey ‘01 Gary Pellegrino Ronald A. Penna Sharon Pennypacker Jay Pensyl Lori Pensyl Anne Perry Peters Valley Craft Center, Inc. Dr. and Ms. Paul A. Petruzzi ‘94 Bob Petty Heather Pfleger-Dunham Pietro’s Villa Piggy’s Deli Frank and Rose Pinho PNC Bank Corporation PNC Bank of Hackettstown Pocono Arts Council Linda and Lou Poisseroux Nancy Cooley Polk ‘61/Five Twenty-Five Foundation, Inc Carolyn Salisbury Ponturo ‘72 Robert and Geraldine Ponzetti Jim Porter Elizabeth H. Post ‘40 Thomas Potter Kevin Powers The Powers Family Winifred Solleveld Prall ‘67 Amy Price Emmett E. Primas Pronto Pizza Stephanie Przebielglec

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Mary Beth Pugliese Carolina Puntorno Tom Purnell Bob Pyle Rita Quade ‘94 HA and Robert Quade ‘96 HA Ann Hufnagel Rafferty ‘59 Peggy Bakeris Rathe ‘50 Maija Skilins Ray ‘65 Frank and Christine Realmuto Barbara Malkin Reardon ‘51 William M. Reay Barry Rebo Thomas J. Reed Cristy Reeves-Robertson ‘68 Edward Regan Cathie Reichman Barbara Swenson Reid ‘49 Jennifer Reid George Reif Rob Reilly Frederick and Susan Reimer Remax House Values 4 Ellen Woods Reynolds ‘69 Allen L. Rickman Mr. and Mrs. John Riding Pat Riegler Peter Rinaldo Mr. and Mrs. James E. Risley Tina Kelley Ritchie ‘65 Carol Brown Robinson ‘49 Sandy Robinson Susan Gellatly Robinson ‘68 William and Carolyn Rod Cynthia Rodgers Vita E. Romanelli-Young ‘78/80 Roberta M. Rosano Mike Rose Mr. and Mrs. Benson T. Ross Anthony M. Rossi, D.M.D. Janice McCaughey Rowan ‘59 Roxbury Arts Alliance Theresa Mulvihill Rucker ‘66 Carol Radwanski Russin ‘99/04 Edward J. Ryan, Jr. S.S.P. Manufacturing, Inc. Foundation Susan Beals Sargent ‘65 Daryl Savage Normand Savaria Sue Fippin Scattergood ‘61 Scerbo’s Italian Resturant & Banquet Facilties Frances Winborne Schaaf ‘67 Norma Hoefgen Schadt ‘53 Guy Schall Carol Bryant Scheese ‘01 Carole I. Seaholm Scherb ‘65 Lois Schilke Schermerhorn ‘45 David Schmidt Edward and Betsy Schmidt Glenn Schmidt Tom Schmieder Ramon and Marilyn Schmitz Carole Witham Schmutzler ‘64

Leslie Daniels Schneid ‘71 Dan Schneider Michael and Josette Schneider Mr. and Mrs. John Scholz Carolyn Schubert Schrader ‘62 Pamela L. Schroeder Ty Schuler Loren Schulz The Schwallie Foundation Anne Swicegood Schwanda ‘60 Cindy Scott Charles and Shari Scudder Mike Sedita Bethanne DeVoe Seel ‘05 Karl G. and Barbara B. Seelaus Mr. and Mrs. James M. Segal Judy Serbinski Trey Sergeant Louis Sgambetterra/ARC Thrift Stores Sally Oberrender Shaffer ‘55 Alice Sharick Ann Ridler Shearer ‘48 Lainie Lewis Shende ‘58 Margaret Sheridan Betty Glenn Sherwood ‘44 Michael Shoblock David and Caroline Shookhoff Beverly Smith Short ‘58 Carol Faunce Short ‘57 Alice Siegel Friends of Doll Spach Siegel ‘59 Gary Silbert Clark Simpson Rosalie Skakum Marc Skoda B. Catherine Skove Barbara Evans Skroback ‘57 Michael Slermich Alan Slutsky Bernadette Smith ‘94 Betsy Pettit Smith ‘59 Douglas F. Smith Elizabeth Claiborne Smith ‘75 Jeannette Kleen Smith ‘83 Ethan Smock ‘06 Kim Moshier Smokowski ‘83 Douglas Smyth Kathy Snyder Lawrence Snyder Joseph P. Sofia Sharon Solarek Michael Soleau Song Gallery Donato T. Soranno, D.M.D., P.A. Glenn Sorensen Stephen Sosnowski Leona Souners Briggs and Louise Spach Julie Spadt Gladys Bahr Spence ‘42 Robert and Mariellen Spina Mary Staeffler ‘49 Dolores J. Stammer Daniel D. Staniskis Caroline M. Starr ‘73

Edmond and Suzan Starr Cheryl A. Statham Christopher Stearns Ruth Steck Amanda Steege Jeff Steinhorn Stella G’s Michael Stemen John Stephens Douglas R. Stevens George and Victoria Stevens ‘05/07 John Stevens Margaret Smith Stevens ‘50 Paul Stevens Patricia Nason Stewart ‘62 Ellen Storms ‘81 Wendy Jesser Stowe ‘60 Doug Strobel Matthew Studer James Sturm William C. Sturm Dylan Sujet Christian Summers-Puig Audrey R. Sustmann ‘51 Sweet Jane’s Cafe and Bar LLC Swift Print Solutions LLC Swim & Sport Club, Inc. T.L. Groseclose Associates, Inc John and Joyce Tabaka Dee Tait ‘00 William and Shelley Tampier Elizabeth Tank Lee Louttit Tauck ‘52 Derek Taylor Lynn Taylor Tek Graphic Solutions Amy Tennessen Tom Terracino Rachel Anderson Thompson ‘55 Roxanne Thompson ‘02 Sudie Kenton Throdahl ‘69 Whitney and Michael Tillson Vada Rittenhouse Timko ‘54 Jim Tomczyk Edward Toombs Bradley Totaro Margaret Tremonte Pellegrino P. Tremonte Tri-Town Little League Midge Trivers ‘60 Gary Truelove Diane K. Turner ‘63 Susan Upson-Lucas ‘71 Valley Auto & Tire Valley Crest Stables Valley Music Center, LLC Gara Van Schaack ‘53 Michelle VanAllen Stanley Vandenheuvel William Vanheteren Joyce Fierro Velzy ‘61 Susan Elberty Vernon ‘63 Vigon International, Inc Paul A. Vitagliano Tristan Vogel

Marlyn Brustad von Bargen ‘52 Karin von Rieck-Eggebert von Wilckens ‘60 Mr. and Mrs. Randy Wagner Charles W. and Maureen C. Walker Thomas Wallen Karen Walter Warren County Special Services School District Virginia Ahlbrandt Warrick ‘63 Susan Watkins Drew Watkinson Billy J. Wauhop Jean Wisdom Weaver ‘61 Kris Webber George M. Webster Glen D. Weierbach Carole Reimold Weiss ‘55 Robert Weitzman John Wendlocher Mary Steuber Wert ‘52 Kevin Wessel Peggy E. West ‘74 Westside Hair Care, LLC Ann Wolcott Wheat ‘55/The Wheat Family Trust Corinne Wheelwright Mike White Eric and Lisa Wild Pat Eckels Willett ‘55 Donna L. Williams ‘01/06 and Brandon B. Williams ‘06 Lisa Williams John Willis Jean R. Wilson Robert L. and Patricia P. Wilson Sheila Flaherty Wilson ‘58 Barbara Wilt Nona H. Wittlinger ‘50 Jean McLelland Wolf ‘71 Cynthia Wolters ‘87 Ann Pentecost Woodland ‘61 Stanley E. Woods Francis Wright Eric Yates Hyo-Chong Yoo Susan Yost Young Men’s Christian Association Alvin and Mary Ellen Young Carl and Catherine Sue Youngman Bruce Yuhasz Sylvia Zablocka Christine Zagari Mimi Zahka ‘55 David Zarillo John Zecca Sheila I. Zelaskowski ‘89 Rich Ziegler

Supporters ($1 – $99) A-1 Instrument and Calibration David Aalderks Aaron’s Remodeling Services Susan E. Abbe ‘63 Anthony A. Abell

Paul Abrvn Brooke Midgley Abson ‘00 Christopher and Mary Beth Ackerman Frank Acosta Robert Scott and Brigitta Acton Barbara Acuna Kevin Adams Michael and Maria Adams Archie Aitcheson Sally Murphy Albano ‘61 Deborah Albrecht Stacia Rupinski Aldrich ‘76 Leon Alirangues Chris Allen Mr. and Mrs. George J. Allen, II Jane Brown Allen ‘53 Lynne Allen Gerald and Esther Allison Mark and Doris Allison Robin Allison Tom and Kim Ally Gary Alt James R. Althoff ‘91 Mary Ann Ancona Sandra Andersen Donald and Denise Anderson Keri Anderson ‘07 Laurie Anderson Lora Blackman Anderson ‘49 Charlene Papadelis Andrewlavage ‘78/80 Bruce Andrews Anonymous (8 donors) Diana Aronson Appell ‘57 Kenneth Applequist ‘89 and Frances Applequist ‘05 Anne Klutey Aquadro ‘50 Laura Braley Arch ‘67 Carl Armbruster Steven A. Armbruster David and Susan Aronson Alan Arstenault Rini and Kevin Arvidson Anna Atamaniuk Elizabeth (Tish) Willson Auerbacher ‘47 Judith Gleim Babroski ‘60 Roberta Hoehne Bach ‘57 Ginny Bahr ‘47 Anita Smiley Bailey ‘60 Mary Elizabeth Rickards Baisden ‘53 Andrew Baker ‘09 Cindy Baker Judith Vail Rodgers Baker ‘71 Mary Farley Baker ‘79 Michael Baker Kathy Balcerski Jerome and Barbara Ballo Grace J. Barbagallo ‘83 Rose Barbella Joyce L. Bargowski ‘86 Hannah Draper Barkhorn ‘72 Alan Barley Jeffery Barnish Susan Jaye Baron ‘72 Roy and Patti Barr Michael Barrick

Aivars Bars Michael Bartek Karen Mueller Barth ‘63 Barbara E. Bartro Jean C. Bartsch Karen Basco-Ambrose Pamela Lockwood Bassette ‘72 Janet Parker Batchelder ‘50 Amy L. Battaglia Hilda P. Baum ‘49 Valarie J. Bay Barbara Munsch Bayler ‘62 Daniel Baynes Ronald Bays Elise R. Bayse Lois Miller Beardwood ‘54 Matthew Beatty ‘09 Sandra Beck Cynthia Harry Bedell ‘57 Lorraine Heussler Beekman ‘49 Diane Kwiatkowski Behlen ‘85/87 Dorothy Pegg Behrle ‘78/80 Regina Beischer Kenneth Belasco Frank Bell Sheila Bell Steven and Danielle Bell Kevin Bellek Daniel Bello Richard Beloiv Bill Below Andrew and Valerie Bender Mark Benedetto Cathy Benn Maria Benner Ruth Bensley ‘88 Jocarol Bentz Sharon Bentz Petra Berger Skip Berger Marjory Budil Berky ‘69 Norma Bernstock Jon Bertoldo Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Besold Shirley Betta Susanne Betz Kristen Beyer Richard J. Biddulph Elizabeth Thorpe Bidwell ‘47 Nancy Schutte Bielik ‘61 Wendy Taylor Bigelow ‘61 Kathy Bilicic Irene J. Billowitz Joan Gosnell Birch ‘53 Janice Kealey Birdsall ‘54 Andrew Biskupski Joseph and Nancy Bison Denise Bivona Frances I. Blaskopp William Blatt Myrna Blenner Shelley Costa Bloomfield ‘71 Joyce Ilene Blum ‘56 Theresa Boattini-Vaia Barbara Bockstover ‘49

Peter J. Bodi William Boer Ken Bohrer Joan Oppasser Bollman ‘54 Ralph Bolognese Adam Boltz Annie Boman Linda J. Bonk Nancy Bonwit ‘71 Mary Cote Boos ‘56 Rozanne Borah Susan Laut Borkowicz ‘63 Tammy Bormann V.C. Bottrill Bourbon Street Blues Fest Inc. Michael and Diane Bourland Grace Pastore Boyd ‘59 Ken Bradley John Brandes Michael Braunstein Nancy G. Spence Breon ‘66/68 Catherine Brewster Marion Briggs ‘37 Amy T. Broadbent ‘76 Chelsea Broadhecker Joan Bennett Broadston ‘57 Mick Brockett Jeffrey Brodhead Jeffrey I. Bronson, Esq. Daniel Brooks ‘03/05/ Charles Schwab Foundation Janine Evans Brothers ‘60 Cathy E. Brown ‘70 Mr. and Mrs. Danny Brown John and Joan Brown June Hocker Brown ‘64 Susan Pollock Brown ‘61 Catriona Brunelli Robin Bryant Amy Bucco Dave Buck Kimberly Buckland ‘04 Buckland Family Chris Budd Jonathan Budd Paul Bunelle Roxanne Bunino ‘52 Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Bunnelle Elaine F. Buralli Sandra Garrard Burdge ‘58 Ardell and Kathy Burgess Helen E. Burkarth Linda Berlinger Burke ‘60 Charles Burrell Kenneth L. Burtis Jane Coopersmith Busch ‘77 Sue Geckler Bush ‘68 Patricia Buzinkai Virginia Caballero Jill Cadorin John Cafarella Robert and Wanda Caggiano Sherri Calabrese Bob Callahan Thomas J. Callan *Deceased The Centenarian 19


Honor Roll of Donors (cont.) Carl Cambria Stephen Cameron Marianne Cammarano Michael Campbell Angelo and Angela Cangro Amanda Canova Joan Capaldo Maria Capeles Karen Cappello Margaret Van Gaasbeck Carah ‘69 Martin Caramanica Ann Carelli Elizabeth Anne Carey Lenny Carida C. J. and J. P. Carlile Nancy Elliott Carlin ‘50 Donna Carlson Eleanor Carlucci Brendon Carroll Mary Carroll Nancy Carson ‘59 Barbara Cascone Daryn L. Cashin Peter and Sherry Cashman Randi Cashman ‘11 Shane Cashman John Casserly Denise Casteaneda Christopher and Meredith Castro Michael Cavanagh Monica W. Cavano ‘50 Gwen Cerasoli Norman Cetuk Ellen Chamberlin ‘73 Phyllis Chanda ‘89 Marquis Chandler ‘11 Suzi Chankalian Mary Schroeder Chapin ‘53 Doone Lewis Chapman ‘79 Tim Chappon James and Matilda Chase Nancy Hope Chase ‘51 William and Kristen Child Jill MacFadyen Chobanian ‘55 CHP Communications LLC Rob Christian John Christie Chubb Federal Insurance Company Jenny Forbes Ciampaglia ‘82 Edward and Wendy Ciecwisz Sophie Ciecwisz Steve Ciesla Janet Ciro Peter Ciullo Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Ciurczak Leah Ciurczak Bruce and Susan Clark Heather Clark Paul and Lenore Clark Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Clark Thomas M. Clark Rick and Eleanor Clarkson Joanne Jebran Clayton ‘80 Jean Krenkel Clelland ‘53 Kevin Cloutier Carmin and Lena Cocozzo

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Brian Codis Wade Cody Juanita Hope Coggins ‘68 Patricia A. Cole Jean Coleman ‘59 Valerie Coleman-Moore ‘74 Colgate-Palmolive Company Christina Collins Kelly Collins Kenny Collins Mary Ellen (Welburn) Collins ‘47 Robert and Annemarie Collins Mr. and Mrs. Bob Colon Roger Conceicao Bill Conklin Jim Conklin Natalie Conroy Rebecca Conroy Jayne Conroy-Adams Elma Hive Constantinides ‘55 Dennis F. Contois Stormie Conway Drew Cooper Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Cooper Peter Cooper Thomas and Nora Coradeschi Warren Corman Travis Cortelyou Janice G. Cotton ‘52 Joyce Snyder Cox ‘51 Phil Coyne Mr. and Mrs. James Crabbe William and Laurie Cranmer Susan Crawford Terry Crews ‘79 Peter J. and Maria P. Crimi Nancy Critchley Carol Young Crowley ‘42 Deanna Marino Crowley ‘79 Suzanne Cubberly John F. Cullinane Midge Culp ‘68 Scott Cumming Deana Cynar Judy Czaja Carol Toth Dacey ‘04 Adam Dagys/New York Life Foundation Eddie Dalton Barbara Danziger ‘44 Ray Dapille Enrico J. Darrow Wendy Howard Davenson ‘63 Emily Davidson Josh Davidson Kathryn Zachary Davidson ‘69 Patricia Davies Dave Dawson Joanne Buhler Dawson ‘60 Alan Deak Carolyn Wheeler Deakins ‘45 Jillian Deas Michael and Laura DeBlasi Clarke and Kathleen DeBlasio Krista DeBroux Jeffrey and Kathleen Decker Michelle Decker

Suzie Sisman Decker ‘60 Jean Dederer ‘55 Paul and Angel DeFilippo Stanley DeFisher John D. Del Re ‘07 Elizabeth Delaney Kevin Delaney Sara Deller Susan Delmar Jody Delosso Judith DeLuca Mary DeLuca Ralph and Marie DeLuca Peter and Jane Delvecchio Dottie DeMarino-O’Donnell ‘03 Steven Demler ‘06 Jack Dempsey Deborah Holmquist Denby ‘71 Harriet Naumer Dennen ‘47 Sandra Whitney DeRosa ‘64 John M. Desmond Raymond DeSoto Richard Deutsch David and Gerilyn Deveaux Ekine DeYoung Roberta (Bert) Strahs Diament ‘81 Ashley DiBongrazio ‘07 Evan Dickinson Rich Diegel Maria DiGiovanni and Phil Linfante Edward Diklich Carl and Catherine Dillon Chris Dillon Dennis Dillon Florence B. DiMaio Patricia Riha DiMarco Marie DiNardo Bruce Diner Dellana Diovisalvo and Andy Van Der Plaats Michael DiRenzo Melissa Barry DiSanto ‘06 Madeline Distasio Thomas and Christine DiStasio Elizabeth Bowne Dittmann ‘66 Miriam Machlet Dobbins ‘52 Barbara Dodge Josephine Dodt ‘77 Marjorie Megargee Doerr ‘60 Diane Serra Doherty ‘64 Karen Dombrowski Marie C. Donato Paul and Jean Donnelly Valerie Donnelly Sybil Donofrio Gwen and Kerry Donovan Joseph Doran Mark Douglas Ryan Doyle Patricia Davis Dreher ‘70 Krista Drensek ‘91 Chris Dresser Nicole Duall Garrett and Patricia Duffy June Beyrodt Duggan ‘53 The Duke Agency, LLC

The Dun & Bradstreet Corporation Lesley Field Dunbar ‘54 Barbara Weinert Duncan ‘49 Carol Hays Dunn ‘62 Daniel P. Dunne Mr. and Mrs. Robert Durborow Gennaro Duva‘05 Ruth Gaudino Duvall ‘53 Bart Dvorsky Marjorie Wright Dwyer ‘57 John Eastman Laura Edelman Donna Edwards Kathy Edwards Margaret Chappelle Edwards ‘82/I Can Do That Robert and Jacqueline Egan Glenn Ehrhardt Jane Arenberg Eiseman ‘51 Donald Elliker Sally Chapman Elliott ‘63 Jennifer P. Ellsworth Alfred Elzahr Joyce Conover Embley ‘53 Mary Lou Wilcox Emery ‘58 Doris Walton Epner ‘48 Jeffrey Ernst Katherine A. Erwood Betsy Burns Eschholz ‘62 Mary Lou Eugley ‘43 Craig Evans Deborah Evans Marlin C. Evans Andre Everard Anne Harris Everett ‘49 Susan Stults Ewart ‘65 Leslie and William Eyster Sandra Evans Falconer ‘66 Damon and Susan Falzone Louis A. Fardella William Farina ‘98 Joan Irwin Farquharson ‘56 Charles L. Farrell and Rita M. Farrell Doris Kirsch Feaster ‘48 Frank Feci Karen Miller Feiser ‘96 Andrew Feldman Robert Felentine Jean Young Feller ‘52 Kate Fentzlaff Robin Perry Festa ‘77 Leonard and Harriet Fetzer Linda Feula Eileen Hoen Feurey ‘71 Paul and Jane C. Fialcowitz ‘91 Crisnell Finkbiner Margaret McMenamin Finkelstein ‘00 Christopher Finley and Kelly Moore-Finley Steven and Joann Finley Matt Finney Jim Fiola Angela Fiori FirstEnergy Doreene Bradley Fish ‘51 Carol Fisher Howard Fisher

Karen McGrail Fisher ‘81 Paul Fiske Bernard T. Fitzpatrick John Fitzpatrick Barbara Peace Flaherty ‘68 Denise Flanagan Charlotte Arpin Fleming ‘44 John and Melinda Fleming Christopher Fletcher Jason Fletcher Brian P. Flexer ‘07 Gary E. Flood Dawn Flynn Kathy Vitullo Ford ‘70 Madelyn G. Forzono Dianne Fotiades Carol Geiger Fox ‘53 Sheila Fox ‘71 Bob Frank Helen M. Frank ‘47 Chris Frankowski Sven Franz Stephen and Lucy Freck Mr. and Mrs. Philip E. Freda, Jr. Diane Frediani ‘85/05 Harriett A. Kaufmann Freedman ‘60 Jim and Elizabeth Freeman Neil Fretague Lee R. Friday ‘65 Randi Friedman Edward and Joann Fronzuto Barbara Zorn Froude ‘54 Dennison Fruehner Brian Frueholz ‘05 Estella A. Frutchey Sue Zimmerman Fuegi ‘58 Robert B. Fuessel, Jr. Frank Fumosa Jim and Angie Funcheon Corinne Whitelaw Fusz ‘69 Harriett Gaddy Melinda Gaertner David A. Gaglione David and Jennifer Galas Raymond Gallagher Suzanne Colegrove Gally ‘59 Carolyn McDougall Gardiner ‘56 Barbara Joan Fairclough Gardner ‘55 Bradford Gardner Donna Gardner Karen and Tom Gargiulo Garrett Disbrow Builders Victoria Garrity Rich Gartelmann Stephen and Rosemary Gaska Jo Anne Gassner Mary Gaydick Edward Gazarkh ‘11 Emily Gladders Gebhard ‘64 Joseph Gerard Patricia Geremia Carole Sleght German ‘59 Beverly Ekings Gervais ‘60 Wendy Hunter Geuther ‘74/96

Barbara Giddes ‘58 Michael and Elinor Giglio Gary Gilbert Ren Giliberti Eliz Espie Gillette ‘77 Paula Hutter Gilliam ‘50 Beverley Mallard Ginn ‘56 Jane R. Ginsburg ‘84 Kathleen Giuliano Lorraine Richardson Go ‘71 Carol Eberle Godfrey ‘67 Kathleen Goebel ‘99 Steve Gogerty Nancy Marple Goldman ‘65 Michael Gomez ‘04/06 Fleuis Gonzalez ‘03/ LEG Trucking Inc. Dana Duff Goodger ‘97 Larry Goodman Patricia Graham John Gramitnano John Granger Grateful Bear Car & Limo Gilbert Gratti Grayfields Management, LLC Sally E. Grayson ‘59 Drew Green ‘93 Greene Brothers Specialty Coffee Roasters Beverly March Greenstein ‘60 Betty Schaumburg Greenwood ‘48 Amy Gregonis ‘05/09 Mary Jane Gregonis Kristin Grennan Jeff Gress Dorothy Economides Grieb ‘66 Susan Williams Gross ‘63 Eberhard R.J. Grosse Kevin Groszponyi Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gruber Michael and Tina Guarino Michelle Guarriello Mary Guglielmo Jack Guild Joseph and Frances Gula Gabriel Gullbergh Arlene Kay Gummerson Donald Gurry Carolyn K. Gutmann ‘52 Katherine Johnson Haas ‘71 Brian Haase James Hadgkiss Anita and Kevin Hadley John Hagen Chuck Halbock Stella Brewster Hall ‘60 Rosalie Haller Suzanne Knecht Hallock ‘56 Randy Halstead Doris DeGise Hamblin ‘50 Susan Giles Hamilton ‘67 Brian Hardiman Shawn Harnett Barbara Haas Harper ‘65 Lawrence Harris Mary Jo Harris ‘09

Mary Gillespie Hart ‘68/70 Susan Brown Hart ‘59 Daniel Hartley Robert and Margaret Hartman Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Hatler Wendy Havourd ‘05 Emily L. Hawley ‘10 William Hayden Rodney Flynn Hayes ‘70 Wanda Hayes Zahma Haynes Dennis Healey Thomas Heard Michael Heembrock Allison Heinsohn Marjory Held Barbara Farley Heller ‘64 Yusuke Heller John and Nancy Hellriegel Clifford A. Hendrickson Harold Hendrickson Al Henneberger Carmelina Vinciguerra Hennessy ‘52 Randy Henningson Michael Henry Mr. and Mrs. John Hepler Tom Hepler Susan Smith Herbert ‘59 Jesse V. Herrera Robert V. Herrera Michael Herrod Kathryn Moyer Hersh ‘63 Tamara Hersh The Hertz Corporation Claudia Hesler Mr. and Mrs. James Heyer Bruce Hickson Connor Higgins Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Hildebrant Louise Monez Hill ‘40 Douglas and Mary Hinton Richard Hitchell Gene Hochmuth Jim Hoff Will Hoffner Joan Walker Hogan ‘56 Donald Hollander Janet Hapgood Holloway Thomas ‘44 Susan Hoyt Holloway ‘59 Kris Holmstrom Greg and Bonnie Holway Hook Well Drilling Douglas Hooper John Hormick Mr. and Mrs. William C. Horn Bobbye J. Ginsberg Horwith ‘47 Tim Houlihan Christine A. Howard Marilou Notman Howe ‘66 Brittany Howell Karl Hricko Dwayne Hubbard Stephen D. Hubbard *Deceased

She Oughta Be in Pictures Susan Sodtalbers ’01 is not used to being in the spotlight. The first-grade teacher at Rutgers Preparatory School in Somerset, N.J., is more comfortable in front of a classroom of 6-year-olds than in the public eye. Susan Sodtalbers ’01 So she was shocked last summer when a friend called to say her photo was featured in an ad for the school in The Black River Journal. “I was really surprised,” she recalled. “It felt nice to know that friends saw me in the magazine. It was a little spotlight for a few minutes.” Sodtalbers grew up on her family’s farm in Warren County, just a stone’s throw from Centenary. As a Cyclone, she played Women’s Soccer and earned Academic AllAmerican honors in Women’s Basketball. An athlete to this day, she has completed three marathons, six half-marathons and dozens of shorter races. “Taking part in Centenary athletics was a great experience.” said Sodtalbers. “The discipline and time management helped prepare me for life after college.” The former Cyclone star has carried her passion for fitness into her professional career. She is currently running an afterschool program that helps keep students fit. “It’s a marathon stretched over the course of 10 weeks,” said Sodtalbers. “I’m glad that I can educate and share my passion with the children.” The Centenary alumna majored in Business Management with a minor in Sports Management, but her heart was always in teaching. As an undergraduate, Sodtalbers arranged her schedule so she could begin substitute teaching before graduation. “I was very fortunate to set up my class schedule so I could substitute. I think something like that can only take place at a school like Centenary,” said Sodtalbers.

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Honor Roll of Donors (cont.) Grace A. E. Huber ‘59 Josh Huber David Hudson Tammy Huelsenbeck Arthur L. Huff Polly Pentecost Hughes ‘66 Susan Anderson Hughes ‘64 David J. Huizenga Home Improvements Preston Hults Lee Carmichael Hunsaker ‘70 Preston Hurts Nancy M. Oman Huss ‘62 Mary Hyde Rosemarie Hyland Frank P. Iannone ‘03 Dorothy Iannucci Roberta Abraham Ide ‘55 Beverly Oetjen Imgrund ‘53 Michael and Nastia Imperatore William and Nubia Ingersoll R. Christopher Inskeep ‘07 Christine Grieb Insley ‘65 Jean Rieder Irving ‘56 Fran Jacoby Islin ‘55 Judi Jabara Don Jacke Barbara Jackson ‘59 Chuck Jacobi John Jacobs Judith Russo Jaffe ‘05 George and Lori James Joseph R. Janci John Janosko Pete Jecelone Norman John Shirley Johns Laura Gay and Gary Johnson Nancy Neill Johnson ‘67 Shannon Jonas ‘03/07 Daniel and Nathalee Jones David and Kathryn Jones Marcia Moore Jones ‘58 Susan Jones William Jones Christopher Joyce Donald and Carolyn Judd Christine Weisenbach Kamalsky ‘68 Wanda K. Kaminski Xonia Kargl ‘59 Ammar Kasabchy Mark Kaspereen Jane Kearney Ryan Kearney ‘10 Diane Kearns Mr. and Mrs. Mark Kearns Sara Price Keates ‘46 Martha Blount Keenan ‘67 Chris Kehl Chrys and Carl Keiser Robert and Rosa Keiser Barbara Lewis Keith ‘66 Belrena (Henning) Kelemen ‘67 Kathleen and Christopher Kelley Millwood L. Kelley ‘37 Robert J. Kellow

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Craig Kelly Janice Fraser Blaustein Kelly ‘58 Lisa Kelly Joyce L. Kemmerer Harry Kemp Judith Kenny Gail Keogh-Dwyer Susan Jones Kiedio ‘61 William Kilmurray Steven and Yat Kim Mildred Fowler Kimmons ‘47 Dave King Timothy and Jeannette King Kevin Kinsella Catherine McNeice Kircher ‘76 Justine Sanford Kirkwood ‘51 Bob Kish Betty Hatch Kitson ‘54 Robert and Patricia Klecha Richard and Carol Kleindienst Simone Knaap Klinder ‘96 Heather Knickerbocker Michael and Wilma Knight Theresa Knobloch Edward Knotek Paulette Knutowicz Sten Knutsen Bill Kobylarz Deborah Decker Koch ‘68 John and Meshelle Kolanz Karen Kondratcik Charles G. Kopp Darrell and Linda Kopp Mia Kottler Robert and Mary Kovacs Edward Kovar Linda Kowalski Scott Krasovec Andy Krassowski Barbara Ehresman Krauss ‘55 Steve Krelic ‘92 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Krickus Kristen Ostergard Krider ‘61 Jane Kriete Karen R. Krizl John Krueger Kimberly Kruse Harold Kunze Donald and Mary-Therese Kupper Mickey Kurnides Meryl Kurtz John Kutys Mary Lou Kweselait ‘97 Diane Kwiatkoski Linda Laba Roger Lacarrubba Patrick and Susan Lacey Carol Laffer Susan Lala Annamaria Lalevee Wendy LaMotta Lynn Lancaster Barbara C. Lane Barbara and Glen Langan Kimberley Langsfeld

David Larkin Betty McCartney Larsen ‘56 Barbara Barkwill Larson ‘61 Karl Latham Kim Latham Ann Kelting Laux ‘54 Olga Lavelle Maria B. Lavin Mark and Patricia Lavin Ann Mavon Lawrence ‘59 Ellen Rosenau Lawrence ‘53 Mark Lawson Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lecza Daniel and Kathleen Leddy Reverend David and Karen LeDuc Laura Flowers LeFevre ‘71 Frank and Gloria Leggio Jeanne M. Lehr LEM Enterprises Shirley Lemay Kate Lemmeres Mary Beth Lenz Ryan Leon ‘01/Kate M. Larsen ‘04 Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lepes Todd Leutholt, Jr. Donald Levi Marion Hornaday Lewald ‘61 Nancy Loescher Lewis ‘66 David and Adeline Lilien Steve Linany George and Jean Linardi William H. Lindaberry Allison Lins ‘06 Mary Anne Lione Charles Little Deette Little Woodrow and Mary Litwhiler Nicholas and Maria Liverani Mr. and Mrs. William R. Lobisch Frank LoBrace Lori Ann Long ‘11 Suzanne D. Long Mary Longo Karen Loree Patrick Loudin Mr. and Mrs. Michael R. Lowery Reverend Alison Carpenter Lucas ‘46 Guido and Emma Lucchesi Mr. and Mrs. Massimo Luciano Deborah L. Lukens ‘95 Rick Lundgren Rich Lusskin Mary Putnam Luthy ‘57 Sara Larson Lutz ‘51 William J. Lyman ‘84 Marianne Lynch Sean Lynch Judy MacArthur Noel Loftman MacClymont ‘58 Diana MacDonald Graham Macfarlane Susan A. Macfarlane Margaret Mullin MacKelcan ‘73 Doris Conklin Mackenzie ‘47 Suzanne Eaton MacKenzie ‘70

Jean Wheeler Macomber ‘68 Rosemary Janes MacQueen ‘47 Sophie Madsen Patricia Varn Mahaffey ‘75/78 Jesse and Andrea Maine Larry Major B.J. Maley (Hendershot) ‘51 Elaine Scott Malin ‘54 David Malitsky Bart Mallory Frank Malowski Brian Maloy Stanley and Carol Maltz Mark Mandler Pamela Mandracchia Mangels Homemade Chocolate Anna K. Whitacre Mansfield (Mrs. Wm E. II) ‘60 Beverly Mantell Marsha Claus Mantzoros ‘71 Diane Brown Maranchie ‘66 Monica Maraska Bridge Marina Denise Marrs Marilyn Rauch Martens ‘65 Donna Martin Melinda Lord Martin ‘70 Maria Mastrobattist Ann Newcorn Matles ‘46 Scott and Judith Matthijssen Jonathan Mauk Mr. and Mrs. Edward Maxwell Mr. and Mrs. John Maxwell Cassie Mayberry Claire Mazan Lawrence McAuliffe Jane Wilgus McCabe ‘59 Kim McCabe Janet Mahoney McCaffrey ‘72 Kaitlin McCann Mary McCarthy and Michael Cuoco Dave McConnell Joan Floyd McConnell ‘53 Todd McCullough Linda McDonald ‘93 Thomas J. McDonald McGlew Transportation, Inc. Carole Millar McGowan ‘58 Daniel McGowan Debbie McGowan Ann McGuire Sara Blake McGuire ‘84/86 Mary Louise McIlvaine ‘81 Kristen McKitish ‘92/06 Lynda McLennan Gail Zabriskie McLeod ‘57 Greg McLoughlin James and Maureen McMekin David F. and Mary K. McMullen William F. McMyne Julie McNeel Matthew McNelis William J. McNelis ‘96 Helen McNutt Sean and Jennifer McPeek

Steven R. McPeters Judy McRoberts Joanne McTague Thomas M. Medura Joe Megill Ralph J. Melchiorre Dawn Melchoni Edeo Mele Stephanie Melicharek Joan Button Menner ‘60 Grace Mercocich Michael and Hilary Merritt Rebecca Merton Eleanor Ruth Merts ‘54 Trudy Huth Mertz ‘68 Mary Moore Messmore ‘70 Carol Guerber Messner ‘55 Debbie Metsopulos Gretel Huber Metzger ‘58 Susan Dodge Meyer ‘56 Barbara T. Meyers ‘65 Laurie Wood Meyle ‘72 Linda D. and Domenic Mezzino Joe Miceli Claire Kilpatrick Michlovitz ‘65 Larry Middleton Mr. and Mrs. Daniel R. Miller Jim Miller Larry and Lola Miller Mary-Carol Towe Miller ‘54 Michael and Reynae Miller Susan M. Miller Margie Milne Donald Minasian Ed Minch Kathreen Minor ‘70/Minor Foundation Calvin Mitchell ‘03/05 Gretchen Lion Mitchell ‘51 Judith Clogg Mitchell ‘58 Virginia Mitchell Marion Grafton Moates ‘57 Laura Mondok Christina Thomas Mondschein ‘73 Theresa Montferrat Christine Ewell Moore ‘62 Clara Lee Tonking Moore ‘50 Janice Moore Robert and Mary Moore Alan and Pamela Moran Leslie Moran Michael and Susan Moran Patricia Moran Michael Moreland James Morley Debra Morris Ivan S. Morris, Jr. Joseph and Amanda Morris Joseph and Terre Morris Fern Morrison ‘93 Emily A. Moscetti ‘05 Barbara Moser Debora Ettinger Moss ‘49 William and Nancy Motyka John Motz Carol Van Ness Mowder ‘60 Lynne Krasnick Moyer ‘82

Madeline Mueller ‘54 Russ Mueller Evon B. Mulcahy Francis Mullane Erica Muller Kate Munning Kelly Martin Munz Keith and Brenda Murphy Ken Murphy Kevin and Denise Murphy Suzanne Schmidt Murphy ‘83/85 Barbara Muser David and Linda Musto Muzik Studio, LLC Matt Nagler Matthew Nagy Elaine Deehan Naismith ‘66 Paul Najemian Lena Najmi Gail Napolitano David and Carolina Nasta Douglas Nasta Frank J. Nasta Geraldine Nathanson ‘83 R. Terry Nauman Scott Neary Naoko Negishi ‘90 Joan Crosby Neptun ‘56 Ellen Nerbak ‘97 Christine Nesbitt Christopher Nesbitt John Neubeck Barbara E. Newman ‘53 Poppe Fleming Nezbeda ‘65 Thomas J. Nichol and Cathleen A. Layden Nichol Evelyn Bahr Nichols ‘44 Eric Nixon Lisa Nixon Kim Niyogi Harry L. Noble Harry Noble Ann Barr Nohl ‘61 Andrea Nolan Mary P. Nolan Melissa Nolan Rose T. Norbeck George Normann Mr. and Mrs. Theodore C. Norris Michael and Tina Novack Mike Novak Raymond Novak Susan Seigenfeld Novenstern ‘57 Katherine Noyes Joan Schain Tildesley Nugent ‘51 Elizabeth Nutt ‘60 William Oberdick Dorie McHugh O’Brien ‘62 John O’Brien Keith O’Connor Dory Sample O’Donnell ‘51 Stephanie J. Penyak ‘99 Kathleen I. O’Dowd Betty Rayburn Ogren ‘50 Laurie and Bill Ohlandt Lauren Olimpaito

Elissa Oliver Carol Olsen Elizabeth Wike Olson ‘58 Beth Olsson Olympus Corporation of Americas Stephen Omstead George Opoku ‘10 Mr. and Mrs. Michael Orlovsky Daniel O’Rourke Lori O’Rourke Solaris Ortiz ‘05 Malorie Osgood Mr. and Mrs. Edward M. Osifchin Jared O’Weill Jane Ozga Jacqueline Mayer Packard ‘48 Kimberly L. Paine Mary Painter Diana Lawrence Pakel ‘67 Joe and Connie Palitto Thomas K. Palmer Catherine Leonardis Paluzzi ‘11 Mary Ann Pandiscia L. Candice Pantano ‘91 Michael Pappacena Vincent and Diane Pappalardo Greg Paquette Vera Parillo Doriann Parisi Peter and Kathleen Parisi Tony Parisi Margaret Ciesla Park ‘03 Steve Park Elna Frederickson Parke ‘79 Elizabeth Seamans Parks ‘60 Grace Brewster Parks ‘45 Frances Warfield Parrack ‘63 Albert W. Parsons, Ph.D. Elmo and Ella Pascale Jennifer Symons Pass ‘90 Joyce B. Pate ‘57 Mr. and Mrs. Paul M. Patricola Diane Keogh Patterson ‘72 Kay Thornton Patterson ‘60 Gary Pavia Marjorie Pavlichko Lynn McConachy Peachey ‘67/69 Charlotte Pugh Pearson ‘53 Frank Pearson Margaret Peiler Cynthia Peist Philip and Kathy Pelligra Letitia L. Pellosie ‘61 Richard and Barbara Pennypacker Jeffrey Peptel Elizabeth Davis Perazone ‘51 Alvaro and Margaret Perdomo Lisa Perdue Bill Pereca Concetta Perillo Mr. and Mrs. David E. Perry Vivian Perry Ann V. Peter ‘57 Dawn Peters ‘95 Howard Petersen Charles Peterson

Jane Phillipson Peterson ‘55 Matthew Petrocelli Anthony Pettine Iain Phillips Edward Pico Danielle Pietrowski Christopher and Rosemary Pignone Anna M. Pinkerton Pitney Bowes Mary Ann Pittman ‘83/85 Gerritt R. Plantinga Barbara Pohl John and Karen Polakowski Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Polinski Anya Pollara Barbara J. Polley ‘51 Matthew and Sandra Polsky Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Pompei Sean Poniatowski Christopher Porfido Bob Portner Nick Poth Frederick Pottger Margaret Prater ‘72 Marianne Babula Pratschler ‘79 Linda Pratt Susan Predl Mr. and Mrs. Kevin P. Prendergast Michael Prevoznik Lenaya Price ‘07 Susan G. Price Susan Price Jane Primerano John Primerano David and Katherine Pritchard Procter & Gamble Fund Dan and Kathleen Prystash PT Entertainment LLC Tamara Pyskaty Joseph Quade Dominick and Carol Quagliato Alan and Gail Quick Barbara Racich Thomas and Beth Raidline Mary Ann Raimond ‘08 Peggy Ramina Tim Ramirez John Ramos Jose’ Ramos ‘09 Elizabeth Rank Aimee E. Ranzau Blacker ‘69 Mary Rapuano and Angelo DePalma Cardom Raquet Lindsay Rasmer ‘06 Brian Rathjen Suzanne R. Rausa ‘05/09 Jim Rawlins Judith Raytos Joseph and Miriam Reda Kelly L. Reed Michael Regrut Lori P. Reich Pete Reichel Evonn Reiersen Thomas M. Reilly *Deceased The Centenarian 23


Honor Roll of Donors (cont.) Beatrice Kohlsaat Reinecke ‘49 Paul Reiss Barbara Fischer Reitz ‘59 James Renaldi Darlene Renner Donna Rerecich ‘77 Betty Lou Resotka Patricia June Resseguie ‘74 Donna Reynolds Robert Rhine Leigh Richnavsky Ridgefield Riding Academy LLC Mr. and Mrs. Louis T. Riegler Mr. and Mrs. Charles Riemer Sarah E. Riley ‘94 Tom Rinehart Linda Ritchie Monty Rivera Emily Roberge Lisa Roberts Cynthia Robertson-Belcher ‘72 Jim Rock Iris P. Rodgers Joseph Rodomista Norberto Rodriguez Nancy Rogacki Sally Rich Rohrer ‘56 Robert and Tammy Rolsing Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Rooney, Sr. Don Rosborouth Elaine N. Rose Harold and Nancie Rose Henry and Elizabeth Rose Sharon Rose Sandra Clungeon Rosencrans ‘60 John J. Rosol Brian and Eileen Ross Joyce Cooper Ross ‘02 Wayne Ross Joseph E. Rossi ‘99 Michael and Kim Rossomando Calvin Roth Steven Rotyliano Melissa Rowe Rene Ruel Jeanne Young Runge ‘46 Cindy Guild Runyon ‘54 Raymond Rush Wayne Russ Douglas Russack Robert and Sharon Russell Michael Russo Vincent and Nance Russo Robert Ruth and Lois Burmester Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Ruzycki Bill Ryan Edward and Gloria Ryan Lois Arvidson Sack ‘61 James Sala Margaret Salmon Greg Salzato/Colonial Motors Inc. Diane Gallo Sanders ‘63 Diane Sandora John and Joyce Sandri Blair Livingston Sands ‘80/Doris Sands Janet Batanjany Sansone ‘87

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Marybeth Santaniello Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Santino Al Santucci Neil Sargent MaryAnn MacIninch Sarzynski ‘58 Meg Meissner Sass ‘84/85 John Sauchelli Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Savard ‘09 Mary Inscho Saveri ‘87 Lorraine Mitschele Scapicchio ‘78 Joseph and Dominica Scavuzzo Larry and Barbara Sceurman Karen Schaaf Kimberly Schad Charles Schade Gaylord Mount Schelleng ‘59 Judith Fordham Schenk ‘58 Austin Scheyer Kathrine Schiano Stephen B. Schieferly Carolyn Martens Schlanger ‘52 Donna Schlosser Marla Ort Schneider ‘67 Michael and Wendy Schober Peyton Walker Schofield ‘65 Andrea Lee Schoonover ‘03/07 Joel Schreiber Craig R. Schroder Wendy Eaton Schubert ‘56 Joan Hamon Schucker ‘50 Mr. and Mrs. Larry Schumacher Schuylkill Valley Sporting Goods, Inc. Nancy Smith Schwart ‘67 Jan Schwartz-Slotnick ‘75 Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Schweizer Gail Eby Scott ‘60 Jean Kaphan Scott ‘53 John Scott Mary Beth Seaman Gerard Sedwick Althea O’Brien Seikunas ‘55 Richard and Eileen Seiler Christopher Selena Andrew Seltzer Annamarie Senske Francis and Karen Senske John M. Senske Megan Senske Lynda and Chelsea Shaw Shell Oil Company Foundation Deborah Gulick Shepherd ‘74 Kathleen A. Sheridan-Henrie ‘73 Bryan Sherlock ‘06 Brian Shoop Lester E. Shotwell Emily Bell Shriver ‘55 Adrienne Shumate Nancy Sichu MaryBeth Bach Sicina ‘80 Nancy Sidhu Arlene White Siegel ‘58 Sheila Day Siener ‘55 Richard Sikorski Cheryl A. Sileno James Sileno Dara Silverberg Michael and Alberta Silvestera

Keith Siminski Gail Baldwin Simmonds ‘62 Joseph Simms Diane W. Klimm Simpson ‘63 Erin Sipley Joanne Sisco Connie Hart Sjosward ‘88 Suzanne Sloan ‘01 Frank Slusark Josephine MacDonald Smiley ‘56 Anita Smith Cynthia Drue Smith ‘75 Heather Smith Jim and Deborah Smith Marilyn Kohart Smith ‘45 Mary Ellen Copes Smith ‘66 Patricia Foulkes Smith ‘54 Stephen J. Smith Susan Smith Melissa Boasci Sneed ‘06 Lynda Hatton Snell ‘77 Gretchen Gerecke Snyder ‘59 Robert Bob Snyder Thomas Snyder Carol R. Soller ‘60 Thomas A. and Katherine S. Solomita Vera B. Sonnenberg Soroptimist International Grace Spadaro Kathryn Spann and Kevin Rudolph Geoffrey S. Spencer Edith Winter Sperber ‘50 Fred Spielberger Kendra Squindo Tom Squires Betty Stanson ‘54 Cheryl Stark ‘10 Marianne Starke Kathleen C. Stattel Douglas Stauffer Gayle Hanna Stauffer ‘59 Lois Veydovec Stauffer ‘55 Susan Stehlik Sue Steimhardt Arlene Stein Buckey ‘58 Susan Stephany Carol A. and John Stephenson Melissa Stern Alan and Frances Stokes Stone Barn, Inc. Eric Stone Joanne Stone Lester Storms Caroline Stout Kim Stout Mitchell Stout Christopher and Linda Strandberg Elisabeth F. Strauss Eric and Marisa Strauss Margaret Baxter Streeter ‘60 Joseph P. Strelec, Jr. Laren Strich Patricia Hall Strong ‘62 David Struder Louis Stubitz Richard M. Stuckey Milan and Margaret Suga

Susan Kramer Sugar ‘72 Jean Halliday Sughrue ‘60 Jacqueline R. Suker Patricia Drury Sullivan ‘53 Thomas J. Sullivan Tom Sullivan Judith Platt Surrena ‘59 Robert Sury Tracey Sutch Jimmy Sutton Joan Eagleson Swan ‘50 Regina Swayze Daniel Sweeney Nancy Sweeney Evangeline Roby Sweitzer ‘53 Robert A. Swisher, Jr. ‘02 Robin Szpara Jennifer Tabaka Polly Hare Tafrate ‘61 Margaret Taggart Mahoney Rae Tamashausky Christopher Tamburello Mark Tamburri JoAnn Tanis ‘69 Thomas W. Tarlach Mr. and Mrs. Paul Tarlowe Marie Tarmy Susan Lucas Tarnecki ‘84 Dorcas Gehman Taylor ‘50 Keith Taylor ‘09 Frank Terhune Georgette Terraneo Keith and Loretta Terraneo Brian Terry Tim Theil Vicky Theil Melanie Van de Vaarst Thiel ‘09/11 Nancy Brierley Thiel ‘44 Carol Thomas Melissa Thomas William and Kathleen Thomas Christopher Thomlinson Brian and Jennifer Thorne Lou Ann Thornton Sheila Thornton Gerard Thorry Claudia Skinner Tiger ‘71 Jamie Tiger Kimberly Mitchell Timpano ‘81 Jennifer Tiner Mary A. Togno ‘83 Susan C. Tolland ‘70 Daniel, Elaine, and Michele Tomasulo Steven Tomeo Jodie Toolen ‘94/11 Susan V. Torhan ‘75 Cynthia Torrent Total Renovation Brian Traute Eric Trautmann Michael Tremonte Mr. and Mrs. Sam Tridente Patricia A. Truatt Judith Roulston Truesdell ‘62 Warren A. Tucker Jennifer Tull Kenneth and Gina Tullio

Barbara Hatcher Turnbull ‘59 Kathy Turrisi Paul Tursky Bob Umbdenstock Amy Updike John Urban Alexandra Vaia Donna Valente Thomas Valenti Michelle Valerio Nancy Martens Van Buren ‘61 Katherine Honegger Van Den Ameele ‘60 Marion Waters Van Fleet ‘44 Michael Van Houten ‘07 David Van Kooy John Van Splinter Mitzi Petrovits Van Tuyl ‘53 Joan C. Vander Vliet ‘50 William Vanderhoof Mike Varrick Donna Graham Vassallo ‘75 Kathryne Vasta John and Kathy Vayda Tara Veerman Martina Venini Verizon New Jersey Christine Vicital Marke M. Vickers ‘69 Peter J. Vincent ‘07 William Vita Katharina Vitulano Sue Vlcko Joseph Vlossak Michael and Carol Voelker Ronald Vogelsanger and Dorothy Turri William Vogt ‘01/05

Harold Volpe ‘88 Ms. Dorian J. Von Aulock Suzanne Von Lengerke Monique Vouthouris Tom Vuhamel Judy Wade Mike Wagner Judith Walker Richard Wallach Joanna Wallin Sam Walmer William and Joanne Walsh Perianne Walter Ann Dothard Walters ‘60 Carolyn Walters Howard L. Walther Lisa Walulek Glen M. Ward Jennifer Brown Ward ‘71 James Warhol Virginia Knodel Waring ‘48 Kyle D. Warner ‘07 Lisa Warnett Glenna Warren ‘79 Karin Warzeha Washington Carpet Outlet, Inc. Bob Watrous Melba Watts ‘85 Ayana Way ‘08 Judith Gordon Weaver ‘47 Jay Weeks William J. Wegman Christopher and Carol Weilandics Janice Klein Weir ‘71 Jonathan Weiss ‘97 John Weld Madelyn Wells

Dorothy Kline Welsh ‘48 Karen Wenschhof Catherine West Hope Plender Weston ‘77 Dawn Whatley ‘90 Frank Wheatley Ellen Fiencke Whitaker ‘63 Laura Whitaker Jennifer Whitlock Judith Van Wetering Whitmore ‘61 Suzanne Girard Widdoes ‘59 Lance Wiedman Sandra Quay Wilch ‘54 Audrey Vieweger Wild ‘59 Stanley K. and Margaret O. Wilkins Charles Will Dorothy Williams James W. Williams, III John D. Williams Keith and Andrea Williams John and Maureen Williamson Valerie Ash Wilson ‘62 Irma Salzman Winer ‘46 Helen Winkler ‘94 Lindsey Winkler ‘07 Karen Weingartner Winter ‘63 Garrett Winton Kevin Witchel Greg Wittenmeier John Wolan Gary S. Wolfgang Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wolosin Paul Wolsko Anthony W. Wood Joseph Wood Leslie Wood ‘79 Laura Lechner Woodcock ‘49

Elizabeth Woods TJ Woolfolk ‘08 Dianne Tuzeneu Woolley ‘58 Richard Woolley Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Worth Adelaide A. Wright David Wright Sharon Wright Len Wulensky Glenn Wyder Allison Goode Wydner ‘73 Robert Wyman Lisa Yannelli Mary Yanvary Eva Young Jennifer Young Judy Beall Young ‘57 Lisa Young Kimberly Yunker ‘71 Helen Yurich-Cate ‘88/91 Tom Yurish Mark and Patricia Zakrzewski Matthew and Arlene Zaolino Joe Zappile Rita Zimich Michael Zimmerman Edward and Yvonne Zinky Wendy Zoccola Gunner and Barbara Zorn Gunner and Pamela Zorn Jeff Zuba Michael Zukowski Michele Zuzze John Zwahl ‘01 Barbara Johnson Zyla ‘48

......................................................................................................................... Alumni Giving by Class

Class of 1926

Class of 1939

Estate of Kathryn Gardner Lawrence

Carol Olsen-Voorhees

Class of 1933

Elizabeth Van Hart Donovan Louise Monez Hill Elizabeth H. Post

Class of 1935

Carolyn Longshore Bridgewater Ruth-Louise Louser Keefer

Ruth K. Hanson Janet Hapgood Holloway Thomas Virginia George Hook Stella Tarabicos Katsanos Shirley Demerath Kealy Evelyn Bahr Nichols Betty Glenn Sherwood Nancy Brierley Thiel Marion Waters Van Fleet

Jeanne L. Brockmyer

Class of 1942

Class of 1945

Class of 1936

Margie P. Cordes Carol Young Crowley Edith Bolte Kutz Gladys Bahr Spence

Harriet Avery Lake

Class of 1934 Filomena DeSantis Ruth Hayes Elliott *

Marion Carlson Marshall Dorothy Foulds Mayo

Class of 1937 Marjorie Mapes B. Boulware Marion Briggs Ruth Mortensen Holmes Millwood L. Kelley

Class of 1938 Margaret E. Emmons Virginia Ashley High

Class of 1940

Class of 1941

Class of 1943 Mary Lou Eugley Barbara Robison SporckStegmaier

Class of 1944 Barbara Danziger Margaret McCallum Edwardsen Charlotte Arpin Fleming

Carolyn Wheeler Deakins Ruth Lozier Norton Barbara Wheatley Murray Grace Brewster Parks Lois Schilke Schermerhorn Marilyn Kohart Smith

Class of 1946 Barbara Saunier Acheson Norma Stamp Barr * Sara Price Keates Doris Sasse Lange Reverend Alison Carpenter Lucas

Ann Newcorn Matles Lois MacLardy Ransom Jeanne Young Runge Nancy Briwa Veeder Irma Salzman Winer

Class of 1947 Elizabeth (Tish) Willson Auerbacher Ginny Bahr Elizabeth Thorpe Bidwell Mrs. Albert S. Brodeur Mary Ellen (Welburn) Collins Harriet Naumer Dennen Jean Manner Enes Helen M. Frank Bobbye J. Ginsberg Horwith Mildred Fowler Kimmons Claire Hohneker Kronenwett Doris Conklin Mackenzie Rosemary Janes MacQueen Mildred W. Stroop Judith Gordon Weaver

Class of 1948 Phyllis Des Marais Arkett

Doris Walton Epner Doris Kirsch Feaster Betty Schaumburg Greenwood Alice L. Hartmann * Fran MacKnight Mrs. Jeff Miller, II Jacqueline Mayer Packard Ann Ridler Shearer Virginia Knodel Waring Dorothy Kline Welsh Barbara Johnson Zyla

Class of 1949 Lora Blackman Anderson Hilda P. Baum Lorraine Heussler Beekman Barbara Bockstover Peg Castle Barbara Weinert Duncan Anne Harris Everett Anne Middleton Flood Elizabeth K. Frank Sally G. Hartshorne Ann Morris Hogg Jean White Hutchinson *Deceased

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Alumni Giving by Class (cont.) Nancy Morrell McClatchie Debora Ettinger Moss Elizabeth Halley Nicolson Barbara Swenson Reid Beatrice Kohlsaat Reinecke Carol Brown Robinson Mary Staeffler Laura Lechner Woodcock

Class of 1950 Marguerite Swartz Adams Anne Klutey Aquadro Janet Parker Batchelder Jane Miethke Bouchard Ellen L. Brinton Katharine Giering Bush Eleanor Rumery Campbell Nancy Elliott Carlin Monica W. Cavano Marilyn Olsen Foster Martha Fowler (Mopsy) Audrey Weiss Gates Paula Hutter Gilliam Doris DeGise Hamblin Carol Whitney Harrington Evelyn Good Helfrich Joan G. Hooper Norma Boom Marin Clara Lee Tonking Moore Betty Rayburn Ogren Ann Hanson Perkins Peggy Bakeris Rathe Joan Hamon Schucker Edith Winter Sperber Margaret Smith Stevens Joan Eagleson Swan Dorcas Gehman Taylor Anne Scott Tredwell Joan C. Vander Vliet Nona H. Wittlinger M. Elizabeth Coombs Yerkes

Class of 1951 Anonymous Nancy Hope Chase Joyce Snyder Cox Jane Arenberg Eiseman Doreene Bradley Fish Ruth Ebling Geniesse Marilyn Lewis Jenkins Justine Sanford Kirkwood Peggy Kocher Daphne Boyle Kress Susan Friend Lane Linda Pellett Lannin Sara Larson Lutz B.J. Maley (Hendershot) Gretchen Lion Mitchell Rae Krout Muller Joan Schain Tildesley Nugent Dory Sample O’Donnell Elizabeth Davis Perazone Barbara J. Polley Barbara Malkin Reardon Jeni Frese Sneberger Audrey R. Sustmann 26 The Centenarian

Class of 1952 Charlotte Anderson Abell Barbara Clucas Aulebach-Ross Roxanne Bunino Janice G. Cotton Jacquelyn Wilkinson Crawford Miriam Machlet Dobbins Barbara Somers Dorsey Jean Young Feller Carolyn K. Gutmann Carmelina Vinciguerra Hennessy M. Elizabeth Kilkenny Jean Macomber Phillips Betsy Stedman Russell Carolyn Martens Schlanger Lee Louttit Tauck Marlyn Brustad von Bargen Mary Steuber Wert

Class of 1953 Jane Brown Allen Mary Elizabeth Rickards Baisden Joan Gosnell Birch Mary Schroeder Chapin Jean Krenkel Clelland Gladys Merrick Cutler Shirley Williams Duerr June Beyrodt Duggan Ruth Gaudino Duvall Joyce Conover Embley Carol Geiger Fox Dorothy Baer Garner Gail Bird Gifford Beverly Oetjen Imgrund Drusie Fox Jenkins Maureen Kirkpatrick Ellen Rosenau Lawrence Joan Floyd McConnell Barbara E. Newman Nancy Cunningham Paris Charlotte Pugh Pearson Norma Hoefgen Schadt Jean Kaphan Scott Patricia Drury Sullivan Evangeline Roby Sweitzer Gail Wainwright Tseckares Gara Van Schaack Mitzi Petrovits Van Tuyl

Class of 1954 Carol Ann Ahern Lois Miller Beardwood Janice Kealey Birdsall Joan Oppasser Bollman Claire Couch Bosee Shirley Gongwer Cochran * Lesley Field Dunbar Barbara Zorn Froude Mary Fennell Gerber Jean Smith Godfrey Betty Hatch Kitson Carol Burgess Lackland Ann Kelting Laux Gwendolyn Hoff Leonard Evelyn M. Low Elaine Scott Malin Eleanor Ruth Merts

Mary-Carol Towe Miller Madeline Mueller Elizabeth M. Pearce Elissa Robison Prout Cindy Guild Runyon Patricia Foulkes Smith Betty Stanson Vada Rittenhouse Timko Sandra Quay Wilch

Class of 1955 Anonymous Joyce Tietjen Barry Marion Bischoff Black Dorothy Swenson Block Margot Nelson Carey Jill MacFadyen Chobanian Elma Hive Constantinides Nancy Bechert Cross Nancy Franklin Cunningham Jean Dederer Sara Beth Gruber Egol Valerye Tiarks Forrest Barbara Joan Fairclough Gardner Ellie Rausch Greene Evelyn Klebe Hepper Marjorie Rowland Higgins Roberta Abraham Ide Fran Jacoby Islin Barbara Rhodes Kimber Barbara Ehresman Krauss Nancy Dodd LeFevre Carol Guerber Messner Nancy Blumoehr Morse Nancy Armstrong Normen Jane Phillipson Peterson Anne Shallenberger Schaffer Althea O’Brien Seikunas Sally Oberrender Shaffer Emily Bell Shriver Sheila Day Siener Lois Veydovec Stauffer Rachel Anderson Thompson Carole Reimold Weiss Ann Wolcott Wheat Beverly B. Whittington Pat Eckels Willett Mimi Zahka

Class of 1956 Joyce Ilene Blum Mary Cote Boos Joan Irwin Farquharson Carolyn McDougall Gardiner Beverley Mallard Ginn Joan Lamparter Goldberg Suzanne Knecht Hallock Joan Walker Hogan Diane Schueler Hoover Jean Rieder Irving Betty McCartney Larsen Susan Dodge Meyer Joan Crosby Neptun Sally Rich Rohrer Wendy Eaton Schubert Josephine MacDonald Smiley

Class of 1957 Anonymous Diana Aronson Appell Roberta Hoehne Bach Marlene Schaffer Barth Cynthia Harry Bedell Constance Cunningham Bookbinder Joan Bennett Broadston Bette Bodor Coningsby Gail Blank Dawson McNally Carol Bethune DelFavero Jean Brown Dickson Marjorie Wright Dwyer Linda Pinkney Emmons Virginia Wiebke Esposito Mary Putnam Luthy Gail Zabriskie McLeod Marion Grafton Moates Susan Seigenfeld Novenstern Joyce B. Pate Ann V. Peter Suzanne Wallbank Rowland Carol Faunce Short Barbara Evans Skroback Gail Bergenback Vigra Muriel Bollinger Windolf Judy Beall Young

Class of 1958 Sandra Garrard Burdge Gail Stitzer Burgess Mary Lou Wilcox Emery Jody Ford Sue Zimmerman Fuegi Barbara Giddes Jean Detwiler Gross Sally Johnson Hopfner Marcia Moore Jones Janice Fraser Blaustein Kelly Elizabeth A. Kratzert Noel Loftman MacClymont Carole Millar McGowan Elizabeth Flynn McKinney Gretel Huber Metzger Judith Clogg Mitchell Sue Remington Moritz Addie Russell Novaco Elizabeth Wike Olson Susan Gordon Posner C. Joy Riddell MaryAnn MacIninch Sarzynski Kim Scharg Judith Fordham Schenk Lainie Lewis Shende Beverly Smith Short Arlene White Siegel Arlene Stein Buckey Judy Abbe Thomas Sheila Flaherty Wilson Dianne Tuzeneu Woolley

Class of 1959 Grace Pastore Boyd Nancy Carson Susan Forrest Cole Jean Coleman

Joan Van Winkle Cunningham Lee Drinane Lucinda Thomas Embersits Suzanne Colegrove Gally Carole Sleght German Sally E. Grayson Susan Brown Hart Susan Smith Herbert Susan Hoyt Holloway Grace A. E. Huber Barbara Jackson Xonia Kargl Ann Mavon Lawrence Betty Ann Tierney Mahoney Jane Wilgus McCabe Sandra Moody Gail Glick Morosky Pauline Britt O’Connell Mary Rosenquest Pagnucco Ann Hufnagel Rafferty Barbara Fischer Reitz Janice McCaughey Rowan Gaylord Mount Schelleng Dorothy Spach Siegel Betsy Pettit Smith Gretchen Gerecke Snyder Gayle Hanna Stauffer Judith Platt Surrena Barbara Hatcher Turnbull Suzanne Girard Widdoes Audrey Vieweger Wild Margaret Williams Young

Class of 1960 Cynthia Richter Ahlheim Barrie Allison Judith Gleim Babroski Anita Smiley Bailey Margaret Stirling Brewer Janine Evans Brothers Linda Berlinger Burke Brenda Bailey Carter Joanne Buhler Dawson Suzie Sisman Decker Marjorie Megargee Doerr Patricia A. Falcone Harriett A. Kaufmann Freedman Beverly Ekings Gervais Beverly March Greenstein Dale House Gress Stella Brewster Hall Linda Broyhill Hogan Patsy Pierce Loring Susette DuPuy Lyons Anna K. Whitacre Mansfield (Mrs. Wm E. II) Gail Marie-Stewart Christiansen Nancy Baker Martin Jean Ann Ball Maurer Suzanne Wyatt Maurer Arden Davis Melick Joan Button Menner Gail Stadler Mewborn Carol Van Ness Mowder Elizabeth Nutt Elizabeth Seamans Parks Kay Thornton Patterson

Margaret Davis Paul-Cavallier Sandra Clungeon Rosencrans Anne Swicegood Schwanda Gail Eby Scott Carol R. Soller Wendy Jesser Stowe Margaret Baxter Streeter Jean Halliday Sughrue Elizabeth Stanley Thomas Midge Trivers Katherine Honegger Van Den Ameele Karin von Rieck-Eggebert von Wilckens Ann Dothard Walters Jean LaVecchia Weissenborn Lois Maccubbin Williams

Carol Peterson Kent Lois Montana Kroll Linda Dey McDonald Christine Ewell Moore Dorie McHugh O’Brien Alberta Baldwin Paris Suzanne Pierce Peery Carol Demuth Schaefer Carolyn Schubert Schrader Gail Baldwin Simmonds Elisa Lynch Simmons Patricia Nason Stewart Patricia Hall Strong Janet Kipp Tribus Judith Roulston Truesdell Linda V. W. Watkins Valerie Ash Wilson

Class of 1961

Class of 1963

Sally Murphy Albano Molly Power Balzer Carol Harvey Barrows Nancy “Missy” Keely Bell Nancy Schutte Bielik Wendy Taylor Bigelow Emilyn Von Deck Boda Susan Pollock Brown Doris Nicholson Clark Mary Ellen Williams Fisher Jane Wheatley Franklin Barbara (Bidwell) Gallagher Mary Ellen Wachtel Hessberg Susan Jones Kiedio Janet Mittell Kinasewich Kristen Ostergard Krider Susan Pederson Lamberti Barbara Barkwill Larson Janine Thomas Levitch Marion Hornaday Lewald Mary M. Mauerer Elizabeth Gilbert Murray Ann Barr Nohl Letitia L. Pellosie Nancy Cooley Polk Judithe Truppo Price Gail Scagliarini Prince Lois Arvidson Sack Sue Fippin Scattergood Polly Hare Tafrate Nancy Martens Van Buren Joyce Fierro Velzy Jo Ann Hack Waters Jean Wisdom Weaver Judith Van Wetering Whitmore Ann Pentecost Woodland Patricia Ryan Wren

Class of 1962 Barbara Munsch Bayler Martha Wiebke Brady Brenda Barrowclough Brodie Mary Lord Cloar Elizabeth Kollman Dapson Carol Hays Dunn Betsy Burns Eschholz Nancy M. Oman Huss Sally Thomas Jarrett

Susan E. Abbe Karen Mueller Barth Joyce Yavner Blumberg Susan Laut Borkowicz Wendy Howard Davenson Sally Chapman Elliott Elizabeth Ferguson Griffith Susan Williams Gross Kathryn Moyer Hersh Faith Hyndman Julie Bowman McGregor Pamela Wall Meaker Frances Warfield Parrack Diane Gallo Sanders Barbara Keil Sheffler Diane W. Klimm Simpson Diane K. Turner Susan Elberty Vernon Virginia Ahlbrandt Warrick Betsy Mueller Wesson Ellen Fiencke Whitaker Karen Weingartner Winter

Class of 1964 Ann Schmid Berry June Hocker Brown Grace Williams Clark Sandra Whitney DeRosa Diane Serra Doherty Emily Gladders Gebhard Barbara Farley Heller Susan Anderson Hughes Lynn Pearson Nelson Margaret Lang Raub Carole Witham Schmutzler

Class of 1965 Mary Petchaft Adelman Anonymous Linda Fogel Bross Susan Stults Ewart Lee R. Friday Nancy Marple Goldman Barbara Haas Harper Catherine Duff Hesselman Christine Grieb Insley Marilyn Rauch Martens Barbara T. Meyers Claire Kilpatrick Michlovitz

Rena Minisi Paul Poppe Fleming Nezbeda Maija Skilins Ray Tina Kelley Ritchie Susan Beals Sargent Carole I. Seaholm Scherb Peyton Walker Schofield

Class of 1966 Nancy G. Spence Breon Elizabeth Bowne Dittmann Sandra Evans Falconer Linda Warner Frank Cindy Wack Garni Dorothy Economides Grieb Peggy Hentschke Marilou Notman Howe Polly Pentecost Hughes Barbara Lewis Keith Nancy Loescher Lewis Diane Brown Maranchie Elaine Deehan Naismith Theresa Mulvihill Rucker Mary Ellen Copes Smith

Class of 1967 Anonymous Laura Braley Arch Nancy Adler Brehm Deborah Bohannon Brucker Carol Blankenship Davis Barbara Ake Falby Carol Eberle Godfrey Susan Giles Hamilton Catherine Duff Hesselman Nancy Neill Johnson Mianna Schoenfelder Jopp Martha Blount Keenan Belrena (Henning) Kelemen Nancy Stephens Kennedy Katie Coakley Koch Ellen Dewar McGovern Roberta Fiske Mildenberger Pamela Swiss Nixon Diana Lawrence Pakel Lynn McConachy Peachey Winifred Solleveld Prall Frances Winborne Schaaf Marla Ort Schneider Nancy Smith Schwart Bette Porter Steisel

Class of 1968 Anonymous Susan Stappers Bartels Nancy G. Spence Breon Sue Geckler Bush Pat Doyle Caprio Cynthia Frinzi Cochran Juanita Hope Coggins Midge Culp Barbara Peace Flaherty Barbara Fox-Freund Mary Gillespie Hart Christine Weisenbach Kamalsky Deborah Decker Koch Linda Klebe Larsen

Jean Wheeler Macomber Trudy Huth Mertz Joanne ackson Owen Cristy Reeves-Robertson Susan Gellatly Robinson Jean Anderson Webb

Class of 1969 Anonymous Marjory Budil Berky Margaret Van Gaasbeck Carah Kathryn Zachary Davidson Corinne Whitelaw Fusz Nancy Crosby Hutchison Pam Miller-Davis Mary Washburn Mills Wendy Manning Muhlfelder Suzanne Summers Mura Anne Walser Pailes Lynn McConachy Peachey Janis Whitehead Quinn Aimee E. Ranzau Blacker Ellen Woods Reynolds JoAnn Tanis Sudie Kenton Throdahl Marke M. Vickers

Class of 1970 Caryl Ballin Molly Wentworth Barrett Cathy E. Brown Patricia Davis Dreher Kathy Vitullo Ford Mary Gillespie Hart Rodney Flynn Hayes Lee Carmichael Hunsaker Mary Rudolph Legrand Marion Sears Libonate Suzanne Eaton MacKenzie Melinda Lord Martin Catherine Huether McClelland Mary Moore Messmore Kathreen Minor Marian Hempt Semoff Lindsey Reighley Thune Susan C. Tolland Kathleen Lascky Turner

Class of 1971 Judith Vail Rodgers Baker Shelley Costa Bloomfield Nancy Bonwit Susan Deane Deborah Holmquist Denby Eileen Hoen Feurey Sheila Fox Lorraine Richardson Go Katherine Johnson Haas Loraine Hokin Kaufman Laura Flowers LeFevre Marsha Claus Mantzoros Virginia Nielsen Robitaille Leslie Daniels Schneid Claudia Skinner Tiger Gail Clausen Titen Susan Upson-Lucas Jennifer Brown Ward Janice Klein Weir

Jean McLelland Wolf Kimberly Yunker

Class of 1972 Hannah Draper Barkhorn Susan Jaye Baron Pamela Lockwood Bassette Cynthia Vogt Burrows Gale Woolf Matthews Janet Mahoney McCaffrey Laurie Wood Meyle Diane Keogh Patterson Carolyn Salisbury Ponturo Margaret Prater Cynthia Robertson-Belcher Susan Kramer Sugar Patricia Tagliatela

Class of 1973 Ellen Chamberlin Becky Paul Komorowski Margaret Mullin MacKelcan Christina Thomas Mondschein Kathleen A. Sheridan-Henrie Caroline M. Starr Gail Clausen Titen Allison Goode Wydner

Class of 1974 Valerie Coleman-Moore Wendy Hunter Geuther Patricia June Resseguie Deborah Gulick Shepherd Peggy E. West

Class of 1975 Earlaine Coleman Klingler Jennifer Reid Kolmer Theresa Ebinger Luckenbill Patricia Varn Mahaffey Jan Schwartz-Slotnick Cynthia Drue Smith Elizabeth Claiborne Smith Susan V. Torhan Donna Graham Vassallo

Class of 1976 Maurita Corcoran Adler Stacia Rupinski Aldrich Amy T. Broadbent Catherine McNeice Kircher

Class of 1977 Jane Coopersmith Busch Josephine Dodt Robin Perry Festa Eliz Espie Gillette Donna Rerecich Lynda Hatton Snell Hope Plender Weston

Class of 1978 Charlene Papadelis Andrewlavage Julene Gotthardt Bartolacci Dorothy Pegg Behrle Michele Suplee Best Audrey Hines Bonaparte-Watts Margaret Peters Lachance *Deceased The Centenarian 27


Alumni Giving by Class (cont.) Patricia Varn Mahaffey Vita E. Romanelli-Young Lorraine Mitschele Scapicchio Ellen Edelstein Zimmer

Class of 1979 Mary Farley Baker Doone Lewis Chapman Terry Crews Deanna Marino Crowley Susan Kramer Susan Merring Marsh Nancy Johns Paffendorf Elna Frederickson Parke Marianne Babula Pratschler Glenna Warren Leslie Wood

Class of 1980 Charlene Papadelis Andrewlavage Dorothy Pegg Behrle Miriam Santowasso Cash Joanne Jebran Clayton Sharon M. Finkelstein Vita E. Romanelli-Young Blair Livingston Sands MaryBeth Bach Sicina

Class of 1981 Elizabeth Day Baldwin Roberta (Bert) Strahs Diament Karen McGrail Fisher Susan Kramer Susan Merring Marsh Mary Louise McIlvaine Nancy Johns Paffendorf Ellen Storms Kimberly Mitchell Timpano

Class of 1982 Jenny Forbes Ciampaglia Margaret Chappelle Edwards Cherie Godin Hammond Cory Stanton Hunting Lynne Krasnick Moyer

Class of 1983 Grace J. Barbagallo Sandra Gecs Erica Hontz Hoffman Lisa Lucero Suzanne Schmidt Murphy Geraldine Nathanson Mary Ann Pittman Jeannette Kleen Smith Kim Moshier Smokowski Mary A. Togno

Class of 1984 Janice Fletcher Badore Jane R. Ginsburg Wolfgang Gstattenbauer William J. Lyman Sara Blake McGuire Meg Meissner Sass Susan Lucas Tarnecki Karen Vanderhoof Heather Morris Wright 28 The Centenarian

Class of 1985

Class of 1995

Diane Kwiatkowski Behlen Amy Adams Cochran Diane Frediani Maria Haydon-Buttner Suzanne Schmidt Murphy Mary Ann Pittman Meg Meissner Sass Melba Watts

Susan Bechtel Pamela J. Bellek Carol Kouba Deborah L. Lukens Dawn Peters

Class of 1996

Joyce L. Bargowski Susanne Wicki Kilcullen Sara Blake McGuire

Kathleen Boody Karen Miller Feiser Wendy Hunter Geuther Simone Knaap Klinder William J. McNelis Arlene Shorter Young

Class of 1987

Class of 1997

Diane Kwiatkowski Behlen Christine Siciliano Floether Janet Batanjany Sansone Mary Inscho Saveri Katherine Jones Slaton Cynthia Wolters

Anonymous Billie Blackwell Otis Duffy Dana Duff Goodger Carol Katz Mary Lou Kweselait Rochelle A. Makela-Goodman Ellen Nerbak Jonathan Weiss

Class of 1986

Class of 1988 Ruth Bensley A. Lynn Moran Connie Hart Sjosward Harold Volpe Helen Yurich-Cate

Class of 1989 Kenneth Applequist Phyllis Chanda Sheila I. Zelaskowski

Class of 1990 Alicia Pfenninger Dalpe Naoko Negishi Jennifer Symons Pass Dawn Whatley

Class of 1991 James R. Althoff Krista Drensek Jane C. Fialcowitz L. Candice Pantano Dilys J. Phillips Helen Yurich-Cate

Class of 1992 Steve Krelic Kristen McKitish Artise Reed

Class of 1993 Ellen Banks Tara Clausen Lynda Crouse Drew Green Matthew Guiliano Linda McDonald Fern Morrison Maria Preuster

Class of 1994 Linda A. Olson Paul A. Petruzzi Sarah E. Riley Bernadette Smith Jodie Toolen Helen Winkler

Class of 1998 Anonymous (2 donors) William Farina Dawn Kelly Maureen Iwanicki Langevin

Class of 1999 Kathleen Goebel Carol Katz Stephanie J. Penyak Joseph E. Rossi Carol Radwanski Russin Arlene Shorter Young

Class of 2000 Brooke Midgley Abson William Bates Pamela J. Bellek Margaret McMenamin Finkelstein Seongeun Im Dee Tait

Class of 2001 Bertille Glass Ryan Leon Carol Peevey Carol Bryant Scheese Suzanne Sloan William Vogt Donna L. Williams John Zwahl

Class of 2002 Anonymous Kathleen Boody Christopher Demarest Christopher Linne Kathleen McCarthy Joyce Cooper Ross Robert A. Swisher, Jr. Roxanne Thompson

Class of 2003 Anonymous

Daniel Brooks Tamsin Cooke Dottie DeMarino-O’Donnell Fleuis Gonzalez Michelle Gustavson Frank P. Iannone Shannon Jonas Diane Harris Kowalski Calvin Mitchell Margaret Ciesla Park Andrea Lee Schoonover

Class of 2004 Anonymous Dennis M. Balent Jacqueline M. Banks Annabel Benito Kimberly Buckland Carol Toth Dacey Kathleen W. Gandy Ashley Gibbon Michael Gomez Nisha Ali Kash Kate M. Larsen Christopher Linne Carol Radwanski Russin Matthew D. Zinsser

Class of 2005 Anonymous (2 donors) Frances Applequist Ellen Van Vliet Boltizar Daniel Brooks Gennaro Duva Diane Frediani Brian Frueholz Amy Gregonis Wendy Havourd Judith Russo Jaffe Diane Harris Kowalski Calvin Mitchell Emily A. Moscetti Solaris Ortiz Suzanne R. Rausa Bethanne DeVoe Seel Victoria Stevens William Vogt

Class of 2006 Holly Valentine Akers Jacqueline M. Banks Tara Clausen Douglas Compton Steven Demler Melissa Barry DiSanto Michael Gomez Allison Lins Kristen McKitish Nancy Johns Paffendorf Lindsay Rasmer Bryan Sherlock Ethan Smock Melissa Boasci Sneed Brandon B. Williams Donna L. Williams

Steven Bodei Kimberly McQueen DeGrasse John D. Del Re Angie Desai Ashley DiBongrazio Brian P. Flexer R. Christopher Inskeep Shannon Jonas Stanley J. Kula Lenaya Price Stacy Rinaldi Andrea Lee Schoonover Victoria Stevens Michael Van Houten Peter J. Vincent Kyle D. Warner Lindsey Winkler Gary Worth

Class of 2008 Anonymous Jovanna Lombardozzi Mary Ann Raimond Ayana Way TJ Woolfolk

Class of 2009 Lorrie B. Albinson Neil F. Andrito Anonymous Andrew Baker Matthew Beatty Billie Blackwell Steven Bodei Karen Kopacka Ciamillo Amy Gregonis Mary Jo Harris Jose’ Ramos Suzanne R. Rausa Stacy Rinaldi Maurice Savard Keith Taylor Melanie Van de Vaarst Thiel

Class of 2010 Michael Egbert Emily L. Hawley Ryan Kearney Tracy Lentz Diane Lynch George Opoku Cheryl Stark

Class of 2011

Class of 2007

Randi Cashman Erica Chamberlain Marquis Chandler Colleen Eastman Edward Gazarkh Meagan Grady Lori Ann Long Catherine Leonardis Paluzzi Morgan Rosenberg Edward Ryan Gianna Sandri Melanie Van de Vaarst Thiel Jodie Toolen

Keri Anderson Anonymous


Gifts in Kind Andrae Acerra Al’s Quality Cleaners & Tailors Kenneth Applequist ‘89 and Frances Applequist ‘05 Ashley Stewart Penelope Ayers/The William P. & Gertrude Foundation Ellen Banks ‘93/Transformation Tees, LLC Mark and Darlene Barretti Julene Gotthardt Bartolacci ‘78 David Biesel Debra Blitzstein Thomas and Danielle Boeninghaus Nancy Bogen Torchio Audrey Hines Bonaparte-Watts ‘78 Bradford Renaissance Portraits Corp. Patrick E. Brady AT&T Community Giving Campaign Lynn Castela Centenary College Hunter/Jumper Team Centenary IHSA Team Centenary Stage Company Erica Chamberlain ‘11 Travis Christ Christmas City Printing Co., Inc. The Chronicle of the Horse Cintas First Aid Sue Clausen Tara Clausen ‘93/06 The Clothes Horse Coach Stop Saddlery Limited Fran and Tim Congdon Phyllis Connell-Harper Crystal Springs Golf Club Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cunnane Gail Blank Dawson McNally ‘57 Susan Deane ‘71 Sharon Decker Kimberly McQueen DeGrasse ‘07 Gena Deroche Richard Derosier Angie Desai ‘07 Michael Dowling E.F.T. Corporation Carole Edwards DC, DVM Harry P. Eisen Elie Tahari Elite Beauty Hollace A. Evans Footing First, LLC Ford Artists

Michael Fugaro/Mountain Pointe Equine Veterinary Services Ashley Gibbon ‘04/Equine Production Company II Golden Skillet Jane Gregonis Marcia Haag Hackettstown IHOP Justin Hardin Rosemary Hartten Hawthorne Hill Dressage Heritage Community Bank Tamara Hersh Sarah Hickey Lena Hill Erica Hontz Hoffman ‘83 Horse Duds & Suds Horse Flight Jersey Paws Jo-Ellen Jewelers Joshua Smith Farrier Mimi Kesselman Helen Kim William and Vernall Kline Kramer Portraits Incorporated Kristina Michele Salon David Lackland ‘10 HA and Carol Burgess Lackland ‘54/10 HA Lehigh Valley Iron Pigs Associate Professor Debbie Lev Christopher Linne ‘02/04 Alexandra Linton Kerry Lynch Steven Macmillan Nancy Madacsi ‘06 HA Mama’s Cafe Baci Sarah Marchese Mattar’s Restaurant Michael’s Salon di Parrucchiere Minebrook Golf Club Patricia Morgan Dave Mosher Nature’s Garden Foods & Shoes Robert Nelson News 12 NJ NJ Nets Oldwick General Store Bill and Monica Oliver/The Bill and Monica Oliver Foundation Michaelangelo Oyson Donna Pabst Glenn and Laura Pabst John Pakenham Ji Eun Park

Jill Partow Peter W. Clausen LLC Jamie Pitt Miller PNC Bank Arts Center Barbara Pohl Maria Preuster ‘93 Prickly Pear Pure Nails & Spa Rita Quade ‘94 HA and Robert Quade ‘96 HA Janet Quodomine Mary Ann Raimond ‘08 Red Ledge Artise Reed ‘92 Mark Rehm Marc Reiter Victoria Revoir Virginia Rex Stacy Rinaldi ‘07/09 Vita E. Romanelli-Young ‘78/80 Paul Sa Jim Salerno/Jim Salerno PontiacBuick-GMC, Inc. Salt Gastro Pub Gianna Sandri ‘11 Michael and Wendy Schober Scrub A Dub Doggie Sharon’s Hairstylists M. Alden and Dorothy Spach Siegel ‘59 Hannie Sio Sportcraft, Ltd. Amanda Steege Carol Stillwell Arthur Strock Thomas W. Tarlach Tiffany Taylor Kushner Lynn Taylor Tee 2 Green Custom Golf The Buck Stop Gift Shop Melissa Thomas Vander Moore Designs Inc. Wendi Vandervliet Venue II WDHA-FM Westside Hair Care, LLC WFAN Radio WNTI-FM Norman and Deirdre Worth WPLJ FM/Citadel Radio Station Group Mindy J. Wyan Carol Yoshimine Ellen Edelstein Zimmer ‘78

Access the Centenary Community Online 1. Go to 2. Click on “Log In” on the left side of the screen. 3. If you have not yet registered for the website, click on “New User Registration” on the log in screen. 4. Fill out the form online and you are good to go!

Centenary’s “Stellar” Student Adult and Professional Programs student works with NASA All Centenary Mary-Catherine Snook ’12 students reach for the stars, and a few even work with them. When Mary-Catherine Snook ’12 enrolled in the Centenary College School of Professional Studies to study Business Administration, she never imagined that she would one day work with NASA scientists. Snook, a resident of Bridgewater, N.J., and a Senior Administrative Assistant at Johnson & Johnson, was one of 26 Phi Theta Kappa members in the nation chosen for NASA’s National Community College Aerospace (NCAS) program. As a part of the program, she will travel to NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Ala. Snook and her peers will work together to develop a prototype vehicle to roam Mars. She was made aware of the opportunities offered by Centenary’s program through her current position.“Johnson & Johnson partnered with Centenary and offered blended courses,” said Snook. “The professors came and lectured at our offices and classes were available online.” To be chosen for the NCAS program, students must first complete a meticulous, eight-week course on the design of a space mission. A grade of 94 percent is required, as well as an application and letters of recommendation. Snook scored a 96 percent, although she was hesitant about submitting an application to the program. “I carried it around in my bag for two weeks,” she said. “But a week before the due date, my husband told me that I’d be crazy to pass it up.” Snook credits her upcoming scientific endeavor with her involvement as a Centenary College School of Professional Studies student. “First of all, I would have never known about the program if I hadn’t been at Centenary,” said Snook. “Being a Centenary student gave me the determination, the skills and the confidence to pursue this program. Its courses have helped at my current job and continue to influence my everyday life.”

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Tributes and Memorials In Honor of Kelly Arvidson ‘11 Rini and Kevin Arvidson

In Honor of Nancy Barnaby Irvine ‘56 Susan Dodge Meyer ‘56

In Memory of Bill and Ruth Ehresman Barbara Ehresman Krauss ‘55

In Honor of Anthony Ciaston ‘13 Hector and Robin Munoz

In Honor of Victoria Rosenthal ‘12 Jennifer Tabaka John and Joyce Tabaka

In Memory of Richard C. Emmons Margaret E. Emmons ‘38

In Honor of Class of 1970 Cathy E. Brown ‘70

In Honor of M. Alden and Dorothy Spach Siegel ‘59 In Honor of Class of 1981 Richard and Carole Barrett Roberta (Bert) Strahs Diament ‘81 Christel Dynes In Honor of Ron Dinsmore Eliot and Risa Goldstein Jean H. Dinsmore In Memory of Virginia Trumpy Bowman ‘47 In Honor of Robert H. Emmons Elizabeth (Tish) Willson Auerbacher ‘47 Margaret E. Emmons ‘38 In Honor of Katelyn I. Fleming ‘11 John and Melinda Fleming In Honor of Kristin E. Hendrickson ‘11 Harold Hendrickson In Honor of Sophie Hulmes Advanced Digital Data In Honor of The Hutzel Family Beverly A. Hutzel

In Memory of Fran Cleary Gerard T. Cleary In Memory of Barbara Brustad Dillard ‘55 Marlyn Brustad von Bargen ‘52 In Memory of Karen Nelson Drake ‘53 Margot Nelson Carey ‘55 In Memory of Mabel H. Eaton ‘31 Leonard and Harriet Fetzer John L. Soldoveri

In Memory of George “William” Ganter George Ganter In Memory of Elizabeth Pellett Gilmore ‘40 Linda Pellett Lannin ‘51 In Memory of Jane Henke ‘54 Evelyn M. Low ‘54 In Memory of Ernest and Alwine Klebe Evelyn Klebe Hepper ‘55 In Memory of Miriam Eisenmann Klimm ‘41 Diane W. Klimm Simpson ‘63 In Memory of Mr. and Mrs. Seymour J. Leicher Amy Price In Memory of Raymonde Maurice ‘89 Billie Blackwell ‘97/09

In Memory of Virginia Johnson Paul ‘58 Beverly Smith Short ‘58 Gordon and Lully Gund Paul and Elizabeth Hackett Xonia Kargl ‘59 Jefferson W. Kirby Friends of Doll Spach Siegel ‘59 James G & Purcell Scheu Palmer Foundation Michael and Martha Rolland Salvadore Salvo Edward and Betsy Schmidt The Schwallie Foundation Betsy Pettit Smith ‘59 Briggs and Louise Spach Paul and Marge Stein Mr. and Mrs. Zimmerlein In Memory of Elmer E. Pearce Betty Ann Leith In Memory of James C. Rieck Lee Drinane ‘59 In Memory of Jane Coleman Robertson ‘73 Valerie Coleman-Moore ‘74 In Memory of Elaine Rotberg Jan Schwartz-Slotnick ‘75

In Memory of Jane MacLardy Schacht ‘45 Lois MacLardy Ransom ‘46 In Memory of Marjorie N. Shaw Lee Drinane’59 In Memory of Dr. John A. Shayner ‘89 HA Wolfgang Gstattenbauer ‘84 M. D. Jasinski Kim Moshier Smokowski ‘83 In Memory of Nancy Benedict Sirko ‘57 Marjorie Wright Dwyer ‘57 In Honor of Kaitlyn Smith ‘12 Jim and Deborah Smith In Memory of Cynthia Drury Sotter ‘62 Judith Roulston Truesdell ‘62 In Honor of Dr. David A. Weir William Bates ‘00 In Honor of Marie Van Stone Wright ‘56 Lauren Blake


George H. Whitney Society The Whitney Society, named in honor of the College’s first president, recognizes individuals who support Centenary through their wills, trusts and other long-term planned gifts that sustain the institution into the future. Leigh Hinsie Abbott ‘53 Constance Schaeffer Archer ‘64 Kathleen Eiden Arnold ‘65 Arlyne Huber Ball ‘72 Carol Harvey Barrows ‘61 Lorraine Heussler Beekman ‘49 Elizabeth Tanner Bernhart ‘52 Claire Couch Bosee ‘54 Marjorie Mapes B. Boulware ‘54 Mary M. Bradley ‘58 Jeanne L. Brockmyer ‘35 Mrs. Albert S. Brodeur ‘47 Anne McNeill Brower ‘56

Cathy E. Brown ‘70 Joan Van Winkle Cunningham ‘59 Elizabeth Van Hart Donovan ‘40 Margaret E. Emmons ‘38 Mary Elinor Eppler ‘74 Patricia Hadley Fielder ‘62 Helen M. Frank ‘47 Lynn Gangone Rochelle A. Makela-Goodman ‘97 Wolfgang Gstattenbauer ‘84 Louise Monez Hill Earle T. Holsapple, Jr. ‘99 HA Virginia George Hook ‘44

Frank C. Hooper ‘95 HA Joan Garey Hooper ‘50 Ruth Mortensen Holmes ‘37 Drusie Fox Jenkins ‘53 The Reverend David L. Jones ‘03 HA A. William Kapler, Jr. Joan Cramer Kapler ‘51 Ruth-Louise Louser Keefer ‘41 Sophie Kowalick-Ashe Edith Bolte Kutz ‘42 David and Carol Burgess Lackland ‘54/10 HA

Gail Sylvester Longstreth ‘60 Arden Davis Melick ‘60/01 HA Nancy Blumoehr Morse J. William Noeltner Paul A. Petruzzi ‘94 Jean Macomber Phillips ‘52 Rita Quade ‘94 HA and Robert Quade ‘96 HA Lois MacLardy Ransom ‘46 C. Joy Riddell ‘58 Mr. and Mrs. Dominick V. Romano Barbara Titterton Rowell ‘52

Tomoko Sawanaka ‘00 Dorothy Spach Siegel ‘59 M. Alden Siegel Betts Smith ‘99 HA and Harris Smith ‘99 HA Mildred W. Stroop ‘47 Judith Abbe Thomas ‘58 Priscilla Ritter Ulrichs ‘37 Adelaide Van Winkle ‘08 HA Nancy Briwa Veeder ‘46 Carl N. Wallnau, III ‘95 HA Linda V. W. Watkins ‘62 Jean Anderson Webb ‘68


Matching Gifts Automatic Data Processing, Inc. Bank of America BASF BASF Catalysts LLC Benjamin Moore & Co. C. R. Bard, Inc. ChevronTexaco Foundation

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Chubb Corporation Colgate-Palmolive Company Crum & Forster Corporation The Dun & Bradstreet Corporation ExxonMobil Education Foundation FirstEnergy General Electric Company

HSBC - North AmericaJ ohnson & Johnson Merck & Co. Foundation New York Life Foundation Novartis US Foundation Olympus Corporation of Americas Pfizer Inc

Pitney Bowes Procter & Gamble Fund The Prudential Foundation Matching Gifts PSE&G Matching Gift Volunteer Program Foundation The SC Johnson Wax Fund, Inc.

Shell Oil Company Foundation United Technologies Verizon Foundation Verizon New Jersey Wells Fargo Educational Matching Gift Program

The Independent College Fund of New Jersey Centenary College continues to benefit from generous corporate and foundation support given through the Independent College Fund of New Jersey. Begun in 1953, the Fund makes a single, united annual request to corporations and foundations on behalf of the 14 member colleges. For 56 years, the Fund has continued to secure corporate financial support for the State’s independent colleges and to promote a greater understanding of the importance of maintaining the opportunity for choice between public and private education. The Independent College Fund of New Jersey represents all of the State’s fully accredited, privately controlled colleges and universities, except those that are engaged primarily in religious studies. The following donors contributed to the Fund in calendar year 2010. Most gifts are allocated by formula although a number are designated to specific institutions. Support in 2010 for independent higher education in New Jersey through the Fund totaled $1,250,024.93. Arnold D. Alston Amboy Bank Anonymous ASCO Kevin M. Ashton AT&T Bank of America C. R. Bard Foundation, Inc. John F. Barile John J. Barry Baumeister & Samuels, P.C. BD Karen and Wayne Beeder Birdsall Services Group Mr. and Mrs. H. Mercer Blanchard, Jr. Bloomfield College Blue Sky Power LLC The Boston Consulting Group, Inc. Bristol-Myers Squibb Company Brother International Corporation Carolyn M. Buck-Luce Caldwell College Capital One Bank Thomas D. Carver Cedar Hill Golf & Country Club Celgene Corporation Centenary College Coca-Cola Refreshments USA, Inc. Michael Cohen J.H. Cohn LLP Colgate-Palmolive Company College of Saint Elizabeth John G. and Patricia A. Collins Columbia Bank Conner Strong Construction Technology Corporation Charitable Gifts Fund: Air Con Inc., Birdsall Services Group, Conserv Construction Corp., Door and Hardware Supply Inc., Flooring Concepts Design, Hutton Construction LLC, Lippolis Electric, Inc., Mar-Bridge Enterprises, Inc., Pat Sementa Plumbing Heating Cooling, Pella Windows & Doors, Strategic Development Group Incorporated, William Rauh & Son CorVel Corporation Cozen O’Connor William J. Cozine John G. Cross

Culinary Ventures Vending Carolyn J. D’Anna Dassault Falcon Jet Corp. Day Pitney LLP Charles R. Dees, Jr. Deloitte Services LP Robert Derector Associates Lisa Donoghue Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP Ken Dubbs East Coast Toyota Scion Edone & Co., P.A. EMC Corporation Enterprise National Bank of New Jersey Erbach Communications Group Ernst & Young LLP FIHE Partnership for Private Colleges William S. Ford, Jr. John W. Galiardo Gensler Georgian Court University Gibbons P.C. Sally L. Glick Gordinier Resource Management, LLC Martha Clark Goss Gourmet Dining LLC Maureen Grant Greenberg Traurig, LLP Jeffrey R. Greene Haven Savings Bank Michael J. Healy Hollister Construction Services, LLC Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey HOTGraphics Plus Hunter Roberts Construction Group Hurley Associates Safety Training LLC Investors Savings Bank Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Iversen The Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies Jones Lang LaSalle JRS Architect, P.C. Philip D. Kaltenbacher James G. Kennedy & Co., Inc. Kings Super Markets, Inc. F. M. Kirby Foundation, Inc. KPMG LLP

Langan Engineering & Environmental Services Wendy Johnson Lario LaTorre Family Fund George H. Laufenberg Scholarship Fund Liberty Transportation & Storage Co., Inc. The George Link Jr. Charitable Trust Eric Lombardo James J. Loughlin Bill and Arlene Lowe Martin McKerrow James M. McNamee Merck Dr. and Mrs. Francis J. Mertz Lynn M. Mertz Millington Savings Bank Milrose Consultants, Inc. MODPAK, Inc. James M. Monastero Monmouth University Ted Moudis Associates MTM Resources Masako N. Murphy Stephen J. Muscarella Hal and Babette G. Negbaur New Jersey Alliance for Action New Jersey Carpenters Funds NJM Insurance Group New Jersey Natural Gas Company Charity, Inc. NK Architects Normandy Real Estate Management Novartis Pharmaceuticals Corporation Novo Nordisk Inc. Omland Engineering Associates Inc. Joan A. Panacek Daniel Panella Nicholas J. Panella Barbara P. Peda Pennoni Associates, Inc. Pfizer Inc. PGA TOUR, INC. The PICK Foundation, Inc. PNC Bancorp Robert J. Polakowski Mr. and Mrs. George Polazzi David G. Powell PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP The Provident Bank Foundation

Prudential Public Service Electric and Gas Company The Charles L. Read Foundation Mr. and Mrs. James H. Redington Katherine Regan The Roche Foundation The Roche Players RoNetco Supermarkets Inc. Roosevelt & Cross Incorporated E. Burke Ross, Jr. Charitable F amily Foundation Darren K. Rydberg Saint Peter’s College Brian Sammut Maria Scarpellini Seton Hall University Linda W. Seyffarth Thomas and Ruth Sharkey Family Foundation Sharp Electronics Corporation Sills Cummis Epstein & Gross P.C. Skanska USA Building Inc. Sobel & Co., LLC Sodexo Campus Services Somerset Hills Bank Sordoni Construction Co. Sportcraft, Ltd. Beth R. Steinberg William A. Stiller Structure Tone, Inc. Studio 5 Partnership Architects/Planners, LLC TD Bank TIAA-CREF The Torcivia Family Foundation Trustees and Staff of the Independent College Fund of New Jersey Turner Construction Company United Water New Jersey Unity Construction Services, Inc. The UPS Foundation Verizon Wank Adams Slavin Associates LLP Joseph Weber Wells Fargo Bank N.A. Richard E. Whittaker Zaentz Hardware Wholesalers, Inc. A. Zerega’s Sons, Inc.

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The Last WORD

Setting an Example sophomore year at Middletown North High School, stepped up the effort and convinced friends and classmates to join the challenge. The task certainly had its hurdles. “People tend to get squeamish when you ask them to donate blood,” said Forte. “I don’t like needles,” was a response Forte heard a lot, but she persisted and informed prospective donors about the great need for blood in the community. Sierra Forte ’15 and Rebecca Camp ’15 were presented with Centenary Community Services Scholarships. Also present (far right) was Amy Wilpert ’08, account executive for WDHA/WMTR Greater Media New Jersey.

“Rebecca Camp and Sierra Forte are two young women who will set an example for other students in classes below them; and hopefully, will spread the word to new friends and classmates in the next phases of their lives.” Sharlatte Ragan Program Administrator, Central Jersey Blood Center

Sierra Forte ’15 and Rebecca Camp ’15 are committed to helping others, but also passionate about getting students involved in support of a good cause. In other words, these two first-year students are fitting right in at Centenary College. “I really like the school,” said Forte after a busy first week of moving in, classes and the all-day volunteer event for first-year students Community Plunge. Since Forte’s mother, Theadora Edwards-Forte ’86, is an alumna, the College was already on her radar. “I knew I wanted to go to college in New Jersey and I just thought that Centenary was the best option for me,” Forte added. Forte and Camp are the first recipients of the Centenary Community Service Scholarship, a financial award given to students who have demonstrated a substantial, ongoing commitment to the values of social responsibility through a high level of community service or volunteer activities during their high school years. In 2010–2011, WRAT (95.9FM), a radio station in the Greater Media New Jersey Network, and the Central Jersey Blood Center (CJBC) challenged high school students from Ocean and Monmouth counties to raise the most pints of blood for the annual Blood Drive Challenge. Forte, who had consistently donated to the blood drive since her

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Camp’s method of choice was her sense of humor. Her campaign took place in the high school cafeteria, where her jokes lured peers to the cause. By the time the blood drive concluded, Forte and Camp recruited a significant number of donors, and their efforts were recognized by WRAT and CJBC. “It’s so important to get the kids donating and thinking about donating blood,” said Sharlatte Ragan, the program administrator for the Blood Center. “It’s so important as we move on into the future. Rebecca Camp and Sierra Forte are two young women who will set an example for other students in classes below them; and hopefully, will spread the word to new friends and classmates in the next phases of their lives.” For their efforts, Centenary College, a co-sponsor of the annual Blood Drive Challenge, awarded a $2,000 scholarship to both women. Camp, a midfielder/forward for the Cyclones Soccer team, was both surprised and relieved when she heard the news. “I had no idea about the award. It was mindboggling, and I was shocked,” said Camp. “I had already committed to Centenary, but I was financially pressed, and it took some weight off.” Forte, an English major and aspiring writer, believes the service-minded mission of Centenary is a good fit for students intent on making a difference. “I feel good about being able to help somebody. It’s important to give back to your community.”

Alumni AssociatION Executive Board Centenary College board of Trustees

President Vita Romanelli Young ’78/80

Members-at-Large Joe Butrymowicz ’02/05

1st Vice President Elizabeth “Blake” Downey ’71

Angie Desai ’07

2nd Vice President Jacqueline Banks ’04/06

Roberta George-Matalon ’83 Ann Manno Greszczak ’75/77

Secretary Leah Thorn ’05

Ginny George Hook ’44

Corresponding Secretary Angela Rodriquez ’90

Gary Johnson ’02

Treasurer Erica Hontz Hoffman ’83

Katie Shanahan ’06

Michael Iris ’07

Kristen McKitish ’92/06

Nominating Chair Chris Linne ’02/04

Victoria Floriani ’10

Alumni Trustee Audrey Hines Bonaparte-Watts ’78

Student Representatives Teresa Miley ’12 Nathan Smith ’12

Past President Josie Muench ’01/07

Monique T. Brodie ’06

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The Centenarian (Fall 2011)  

The Fall 2011 issue of the Centenarian, the magazine for Alumni and friends of Centenary College.

The Centenarian (Fall 2011)  

The Fall 2011 issue of the Centenarian, the magazine for Alumni and friends of Centenary College.