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DONOR REPORT

Inspiration CHESTNUT HILL COLLEGE


Inspiration

comes in many forms and from a variety of sources – in a video lab, on the lacrosse field, in the art studio, a quiet place in the sun, graduation day. Inspiration is everywhere. This past fiscal year, more than 1,749 individual donors – alums, parents, friends, board members, faculty and staff – were inspired to give back and support the mission of Chestnut Hill College. In this report are seven personal stories of what inspired donors to support Chestnut Hill College. What inspires us hopefully inspires you.


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MISSION STATEMENT THE MISSION OF CHESTNUT HILL COLLEGE IS TO PROVIDE STUDENTS WITH HOLISTIC EDUCATION IN AN INCLUSIVE CATHOLIC COMMUNITY MARKED BY ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE, SHARED RESPONSIBILITY, PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL GROWTH, SERVICE TO ONE ANOTHER AND TO THE GLOBAL COMMUNITY, AND CONCERN FOR THE EARTH. Chestnut Hill College, founded by the Sisters of Saint Joseph in 1924, is an independent, Catholic institution that fosters equality through education. Faithful to its strong liberal arts tradition, Chestnut Hill College offers academic programs of excellence in the areas of undergraduate, graduate, and continuing studies. True to its Catholic heritage, Chestnut Hill College espouses the beliefs and values inherent in the Judeo-Christian tradition while it respects the contributions made by other faith traditions in the development of the whole person. The College nurtures a sense of integrity, spirituality, and social justice in all. The College community dedicates itself to four purposes in fulfilling this mission. It seeks:

• to provide avenues for students to achieve academic excellence and to pursue research in their major field or in interdisciplinary studies. The College encourages students to explore and experience diverse curricula and to participate in exchange programs with other institutions of higher education.

• to initiate links between the world of learning and the world of work through curricular planning, technological opportunities, and career preparation. The College guides students in applying theoretical learning through experiential education designed collaboratively by faculty and students.

• to uphold an atmosphere of communal respect in which all may clarify and articulate personal values and beliefs while exploring the ethical and moral dimensions underlying all relationships. The College encourages inter-faith opportunities by acquainting all students with Catholicism, its theology and its Judeo-Christian roots, and by engaging in dialogue with women and men of other beliefs.

• to create local and global connections that enable students to respond to the needs of others through serviceoriented enterprises. The College educates students to identify and to address issues of social justice and to work toward systemic change.

Approved by the Chestnut Hill College Board of Directors October 7, 2002

CONTENTS Letter from the President 2 Letter from the Chair of the Board 5 Financial Report 6 The Caritas Society 8 President’s Circle 10 Associates Club 14 • Gold Associates 14 • Scarlet Associates 14 • Silver Associates 15 Hallmark Society 20 Tribute Fund 22 Alumni Giving 24 • School of Undergraduate Studies 24 • School of Continuing & Professional Studies 36 • School of Graduate Studies 38 Reunion Giving Fund 30 2012 Senior Class Gift Drive 32 Endowed Scholarships 33 Parents & Friends 40 Matching Gift Companies 42 Gifts-in-Kind 43 Corporations, Organizations & Foundations 45 Annual Scholarship Gala Committee & Sponsors 46 2011 Golf Invitational Committee & Sponsors 47 CHC Board of Directors 48 Alumni Association Board of Directors 49 Supporting the Future of CHC 50 When, How, and Why to Plan a Gift 52 Sources of Inspiration: • Rocco Martino, Ph.D. 11 • Mary Katherine Schubert Denny ’40 19 • Theresa R. Mazeika ’57 21 • Amy Falcone 29 • Jim and Patricia Agger ’63 35 • Linda Avila ’75 37 • Scholarship Gala Young Alumni 39


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LETTER FROM THE PRESIDENT MY DEAR FRIENDS AND BENEFACTORS OF CHESTNUT HILL COLLEGE, It has been a challenging year for our nation and world as

The Jack and Rosemary Murphy Gulati

as well as those of NCAA Division II. A larger-than-life Griffin, and an

economic vicissitudes have waged war on the American and

complex consists of a two-tiered fitness center,

explanation of what this heraldic figure is, dominates the back wall,

European economies. Joblessness has plagued the once secure lives

fashioned from the space once occupied

giving the College’s mascot a prime place in our students’ visual landscape.

of millions of our citizens and homelessness has become a reality

by the old gym; the Michael and Margaret

Thus, whether students exercise or socialize, they are subliminally

once unknown to thousands of people. The fluctuations in the

Carney McCaffery Lounge, formerly the

stimulated by the subtle messages inherent to the mission of the College.

stock market have made savings a safeguard upon which it is

Social Room; and the newly constructed

difficult to rely. Yet, in the midst of these realities, you have found

and landscaped entrance pavilion to the

a way to be generous to Chestnut Hill College, and I want to

Fitness Center, which connects to the

convey to each of you my deepest and most profound gratitude.

piazza between the Logue Library and

Voltaire writes “appreciation is a wonderful thing. It makes what is excellent in others belong to us as well.” What is that excellence in others but the example of a heart that gives out of gratitude for what it has received? Such thoughtfulness has a ripple effect that touches all who benefit from it. The benefactor gives a gift in gratitude and the recipient experiences gratitude for the gift, thus, there is a meeting of hearts in God. The act of thanks-giving, of going out of ourselves to the other in appreciation, imitates the dynamic action of God in creation, Who, in inexplicable generosity, shares the inexhaustible abundance of Divine goodness by creating the universe. While none of us has the resources to create a universe, we are especially grateful to all those who help us to improve the small world of our campus through thoughtful gifts of time and treasure. This past year, because of the great generosity of two CHC families, Jack and Rosemary Murphy Gulati ’61 and Michael and Margaret Carney McCaffery ’77, the College was able to transform two large and underutilized spaces into state-of-the-art facilities that have quickly become two of the most populated destinations at the College.

Fontbonne Hall, creating a gathering center where students can congregate. These spaces were designed by the innovative architectural firm, Casaccio & Yu Associates, AIA that specializes in mission-driven design. Believing that mission informs and directs the decisions we make, the values we espouse, and the faith we profess, administrators were anxious to collaborate with this group.

Likewise, in the McCaffery Lounge, students encounter the warmth and welcome of a fireplace reminiscent of the kitchen in the first home of the Sisters of Saint Joseph in Le Puy, France, where they were founded in 1650. Above the fireplace, there is a large decorative circular panel with the words, “Circle the City with Love,” in several different languages. These words are taken from a hymn written by a 21st century Sister of Saint Joseph, who was inspired by the exhortation of the SSJ Jesuit founder, Jean Pierre Medaille, to divide the “city” into sectors and determine the needs in each one so that they may be more readily met. “Circle the City with Love” appears in English, French, Spanish, Hindi, Japanese, and sign language to represent geographic areas where the Sisters of Saint Joseph serve and the original mission of the Sisters who came to Philadelphia to teach the deaf.

The result of this collaboration are three spaces

The fleur de lis, replicated from the Seal of the College, is evident

that integrate the mission into the design of

throughout the Lounge as well as on the rooftop of the pavilion

the renovated areas. The Fitness Center not

that marks the new entrance to the Fitness Center.

only is witness to the College’s commitment to wellness and the development of the whole person, but also, through the inclusion of social space, provides a space for student interaction in an environment whose interior walls include graphic designs of our core values

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The incorporation of mission values, ideals, and appropriate quotations from past and present into the interior spaces of the College, as well as into the exterior architectural elements, is an effort to reinforce the core messages essential to an education at Chestnut Hill College. Just as we remember our parents’ and grandparents’ pet sayings, so we want students to recall throughout their lives meaningful messages that


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LETTER FROM THE PRESIDENT were conveyed during their time at Chestnut Hill College. As we build

Current and former board members,

each new structure on the campus, additional mission elements will be

alumnae and alumni (young and more mature),

included both in the architecture and in the interior design, so that both

faculty and staff, relatives of former faculty

enhance the overall educational experience of students. The context

members and deceased Sisters of Saint Joseph,

within which students learn is just as critical as the content they master.

parents of our students, and friends all make

Both have a part to play in the overall educational goals of an institution.

it possible for us to continue to provide an

This past May, we thanked Barbara D’Iorio Martino ’60 for her service as the first lay chair of the board of directors. With a pioneer spirit, Barbara stepped forward to assume this responsibility and led the board through four very important years. Her commitment and dedication to the institution are unquestionable. With the unwavering and ongoing support of her husband, Rocco, she has offered to all a powerful example of service to and care for the College. We are deeply grateful for her tenure as chair.

education of uncommon excellence to those enrolled at the College. Outright gifts, estates, inclusion in wills, assistance with athletic programs, scholarships, and attendance at scholarship events are all ways to make certain that tomorrow’s leaders receive the intellectual and spiritual opportunities they need for successful and meaningful futures. Your kindness and generosity makes it possible

Margaret Carney McCaffery ’77 succeeds Barbara as chair of the board.

for the mission of the College to be extended

She officially assumed her new position at the September 2012

through the lives of coming generations.

board meeting. With a background in education and six years of

For that, and so much more, I offer

service on the board that includes serving as the chair of the

my humble thanks.

Development Committee, she is well qualified for her new leadership role as we launch the ASPIRE. BELIEVE. COMMIT. Campaign and

With heartfelt thanks,

undergo our Middle States reaccreditation visit. Together with her husband, Michael, Margaret has supported the campaign at the highest level. We look forward to working with her during her term as chair of the board of directors.

Sister Carol Jean Vale, SSJ, Ph.D. President

To all of you, past and present, who have shared your time and resources with the College, I extend my deepest thanks.

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LETTER FROM THE CHAIR OF THE BOARD DEAR FRIENDS, MY PERSPECTIVE OF CHESTNUT HILL COLLEGE GOES BACK TO THAT

“College on Two Hills.” Without you,

In addition, this campaign will seek to strengthen the College’s

beautiful September day in 1956 when I entered as a freshman.

our loyal alums and committed donors, these

financial viability and rankings by raising monies for the endowment

The years have flown by, filled with people, images, events, and growth.

accomplishments would not have been possible.

and scholarships. Expanding the academic programming will draw

Still, in my mind’s eye, Chestnut Hill College has not changed at all. It is still that unique place with an exceptional faculty and engaged students seeking academic excellence.

The past few years have been economically challenging for all of us, and the College

college-bound students seeking a comprehensive and exciting liberal arts experience to Chestnut Hill College.

has not been an exception. However, you,

On behalf of the board of directors, the administration, faculty, staff,

My alma mater has fared very well over its 88-year history as a

our steadfast donors, have expressed your

and students, I thank you for your continued and unwavering

Catholic institution of uncommon excellence. She has maintained

confidence in Chestnut Hill College’s ability to

financial support of Chestnut Hill College.

this reputation, not only because of a dedicated administration,

prosper and grow. This past year, this trust was

board, faculty, and staff, but because of you — alumni and friends

demonstrated with the dedication of the Gulati

that have so generously supported her for so many years.

Complex’s Fitness Center and McCaffery Lounge,

As I complete my term as chair of the board of directors and pass the gavel to my successor, Margaret Carney McCaffery ’77, I marvel at the accomplishments of the past 22 years that I have served on the board. It has been quite a journey from a small undergraduate Catholic college for women with a continuing education opportunity to an inclusive coeducational institution offering traditional undergraduate degrees along with schools for continuing and professional studies, graduate studies, and doctoral programs.

formerly the old gym and the Social Room. Both spaces were transformed into state-ofthe-art facilities and have become a popular

board of directors. I would like to publically thank the Congregation of the Sisters of Saint Joseph and the members of the College’s board of directors for placing their confidence in me. Sincerely,

gathering spot for students and faculty alike. Now we are on the threshold of a bold, new venture — a comprehensive campaign

Barbara D’Iorio Martino ’60

for the future of Chestnut Hill College.

Chair, Board of Directors

“Aspire. Believe. Commit.” will make possible the construction of a campus center, an

Campus expansion became a reality in 2000 with the construction

academic facility that will house classrooms,

of Martino Hall, the first new construction on campus in 40 years.

laboratories, multi-use spaces, and offices that

The Sorgenti Arena secured the College’s participation in a variety

will offer students the academic and social

of varsity sports. We now boast 14 women’s and men’s teams and a

spaces conducive to learning.

place in NCAA Division II athletics. In 2006, the College purchased SugarLoaf Hill, nearly doubling the campus footprint and creating a

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It has been a pleasure and an honor serving as the first lay chair of the


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JULY 1, 2011 - JUNE 30, 2012

VOLUNTARY FINANCIAL SUPPORT FOR CHC FACILITIES SugarLoaf Hill ALUMNI PARENTS & FRIENDS CORPORATIONS, ORGANIZATIONS4 & FOUNDATIONS

ANNUAL OPERATIONS Undesignated Purposes1

ENDOWMENT3

GIFTS-IN-KIND & SERVICES

TOTAL

$26,715

$854,816

$166,072

$431,458

$3,500

$1,482,560

33,775

107,019

513,704

255,693

1,110

911,300

25

97,945

458,474

729

1,457,353

2,014,526

GOVERNMENT TOTAL

ANNUAL OPERATIONS Designated Purposes2

1,848,679 $60,515

$1,059,780

$2,986,929

1,848,679 $687,880

$1,461,963

1

Includes undesignated gifts to Griffin & Reunion funds; undesignated bequests; tribute funds; miscellaneous other.

2

Includes designated gifts; gifts/grants for academic & non-academic departments/programs; Golf Invitational; Scholarship Gala; library acquisitions; campus ministry; academic scholarships; tuition awards.

3

Includes designated gifts/bequests to the general endowment; specific endowed scholarships; academic programs; library acquisitions; lectures.

4

Includes contributed services of the Sisters of Saint Joseph.

GIVING BY CONSTITUENCY

$6,257,066

GIVING BY PURPOSE FACILITIES SugarLoaf Hill 1%

GOVERNMENT 29.5%

CORPORATIONS, ORGANIZATIONS & FOUNDATIONS 32.2%

GIFTS-IN-KIND & SERVICES 23.4%

ALUMNI 23.7%

PARENTS & FRIENDS 14.6%

ANNUAL OPERATIONS Unrestricted Purposes 16.9%

ENDOWMENT 11%

ANNUAL OPERATIONS Restricted Purposes 47.7%

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The Caritas Society

caritassociety

Caritas is one of the three core values in Chestnut Hill College’s motto – Fides – Caritas – Scientia (Faith, Charity, Knowledge). The Caritas Society recognizes alumni and friends who have contributed or made irrevocable gifts of at least $500,000 in cumulative lifetime giving. Chestnut Hill College is most grateful to these donors for the transformative impact their gifts have on the College, its students, and faculty.

PLATINUM MEMBERS ($5,000,000 +)

SILVER MEMBERS ($500,000 - $999,999)

The Sisters of Saint Joseph of Philadelphia

The Annenberg Foundation

The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania

Association of Independent Colleges & Universities / PA

GOLD MEMBERS ($1,000,000 - $4,999,999)

Mr. and Mrs. John R. Cochran, III J. Hugh and Anne O’Shea Devlin ’64

Anonymous

Dwight V. Dowley*

The Connelly Foundation

Francis J. “Tim” Dunleavy* and Albina Dunleavy*

Regina M. Cuta, M.D. ’56

Ruth Horcher ’50*

Joseph and M. Kathleen Tigh Detrano ’67

James and Frances Maguire

Suzanne K. Dufrasne ’58

Michael and Margaret Carney McCaffery ’77 (D)

Jack Gulati (D) and Rosemary Murphy Gulati ’61

Joan Menaquale ’53*

Mary Jackson Fitzsimmons ’35*

John Charles and Kathryn S. Redmond Foundation

Elizabeth Clime Lockyer Merriam ’42* Rocco and Barbara D’Iorio Martino ’60 (D) Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources Pennsylvania Department of Education Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency F. Michael Sharp in memory of Beverly Sharp Rita Tofini ’38* The W.W. Smith Charitable Trust Harold and Ann Rusnack Sorgenti ’58

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Elinor Balsama*


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PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE Platinum Members ($100,000 +)

C. Lowell & JoEllen Noonan Parsons ’66 (D)

Harry & Marianne McGurk Wallaesa ’87, ’92 SGS

John L. Melvin, M.D. & Carol Melvin Pate, Ed.D. (F)

Vincent Zarro, M.D. & Barbara Hogan Zarro, Ph.D. ’73 SCPS (F)

Estate of Robert H. Agnew

Jack Gulati (D) & Rosemary Murphy Gulati ’61

Estate of Theresa R. Mazeika ’57

Michael & Margaret Carney McCaffery ’77 (D)

Estate of Joan Menaquale ’53

Metanexus Institute

Bronze Members ($5,000 +)

The Arthur Jackson Company

John M. Bellwoar Judith E. Campbell ’69 Robert & Ann Holloway Charlesworth ’45

Gold Members ($50,000 +)

Hilda E. Bretzlaff Foundation, Inc.

Shirley Kieser Hoberg ’47

The W.W. Smith Charitable Trust

Silver Members ($10,000 +) Albert* & Rose Anne Alfisi Blomer ’47

Chartwells College & University Dining Services, Inc.

Crown Holdings, Inc. Joseph P. Denny (D) & April Denny

Robert Crosson

Robert & E. Michelle Sprague Guerard ’66

Michael F. Dunleavy (D) & Nancy A. Dunleavy Barrie Thomas Fahey ’59 Carl & Patricia Tichenor Greer ’62 Kent Griswold, Ph.D. (D) & Lori Griswold, Ph.D.

Kathleen Herzog Larkin, Esq. ’67 Shaun F. O’Malley (D) & Lyn Buchheit Anna Connor O’Riordan, M.D. ’53 Palladio Frame Makers & Memory Keepers Susan M. Pisano ’71 Susan Prince ’75

Estate of Ellen Logue

James & Frances Maguire

John Sabia, Jr. (D) & Ginger Sabia

Katherine Marschall, M.D. ’69

Frank Sessa*

James & Patricia Duffy Shacklett ’06

Bill & Mary Noel Page

Lee A. Casaccio James & Gloria Perla Coe ’46 Helen Devine Coen ’55 Marie Conn, Ph.D. (F)

Sandra Kuback Dowling ’67

Mary Levin Englebert ’50

The Honorable James J. Fitzgerald III & Carol McCullough Fitzgerald (D) Mary Catherine Gallagher ’70 Stephen A. Gardner (D) Marcia Gehman, SSJ ’63 James B. Ginty, J.D. (D)

Estate of Helen M. Kristoff

John Charles & Kathryn S. Redmond Foundation

Mary E. Brandt, Ph.D. ’76

International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers - IBEW Local

Estate of Margaret Farley Bold ’49 William & Clare Hamilton Bohnett ’71

Catherine Devlin ’63

Robert & Carol Lockyer Ellen Logue ’47*

Frank Davey (D) & Elaine Bennett Davey ’65

Suzanne K. Dufrasne ’58

Estate of Mary Jackson Fitzsimmons ’35*

Copper Members ($2,500+)

Joan Coyne ’52

J. Hugh & Anne O’Shea Devlin ’64

Ronald Zemnick (D) & Carol Voelmle Zemnick ’75

Mary Christenson, M.D. ’62

James & Patricia May Agger ’63 (D)

A. Clarice Zaydon, M.D. ’70

Steven Gordon, Ph.D. (D) & Mary Zuccarini Gordon ’85 Helen Gruber ’52 Robert G. & Isabelle Walsh Gundaker ’65

Kenneth Hicks (A)

Richard & M. Joan McGonigal Hofmann ’63

Harold & Lynne Honickman Quita W. Horan T. James Kavanagh Foundation Karen Spencer Kelly (D)

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Thomas & Lynn Kluepfel


“This connection kept getting stronger, and it was always in the back of my mind to remember the Sisters’ kindness.”

The dedication of Martino Hall was a pivotal moment for the College community — the beginning of a renaissance. But for Dr. Rocco Martino, it also fulfilled a promise.

“A Symbol

OF MOTHERHOOD”

When Dr. Martino was six, his mother,

Flash forward to the late 1990s, with the

Josephine, suffered complications from a

College embarking on a capital initiative,

miscarriage and was hospitalized. He watched

led by Harold and Ann Rusnack Sorgenti ’58.

as the Sisters of Saint Joseph cared for and

The committee identified the need for the first

comforted his mother through her arduous

new building in more than 40 years, bringing

final two years.

technologically advanced classrooms to campus.

“She was a woman who didn’t have much,

The opportunity to elevate technology in

but the Sisters were kind and considerate,

the educational experience appealed to

offering fantastic treatment,” Dr. Martino said.

Dr. Martino, a pioneer and authority in the

“That memory always stayed with me.”

fields of computer science and space travel.

His affinity for the Sisters grew through his studies at the University of Toronto and, then, upon marrying Barbara D’Iorio Martino ’60 and joining the College community. “This connection kept getting stronger,” Dr. Martino said, “and it was always in the back of my mind to remember the Sisters’ kindness.”

But providing the $2.5 million gift for Martino Hall also reflected a deep commitment to Catholic education and an appreciation for the mothers in his life. “It all just crystallized in my mind,” Dr. Martino said. “It was almost as if this opportunity came along for me.”

Dr. Rocco and Barbara D’Iorio Martino ’60.

At the dedication, Dr. Martino honored his wife,

Dr. Martino invoked his mother and

who provided decades of leadership at the

Barbara’s mother and expressed appreciation

College, including serving as chair of the first

for the Sisters who cared for his mother.

capital campaign, and went on to serve as chair

He also paid tribute to the “mothers” of

of the board of directors. Specifically, though,

the College — the Sisters, professors, and

he honored her as the mother of their four children.

presidents who shaped its mission.

“I love you, Barbara, I thank you, and I

“May this hall serve henceforth as a symbol

honor you,” he said. “That is why I’m happy

of womanhood, of motherhood, and of the

that this new building, this symbol of renewal

pledge and promise of the Sisters of Saint

and life for Chestnut Hill College, will be

Joseph and Chestnut Hill College,” he said.

called Martino Hall.”

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President ’s

The President’s Circle donor categories provide an opportunity for Chestnut Hill College to recognize the generosity of our leadership donors whose consistent annual support is essential to the College’s financial strength. Members of the

CIRCLE

President’s Circle are individuals who have made a minimum contribution of $1,000 to the College for any purpose.

Joseph Kulkosky, Ph.D. (F) Thomas C. Lynch, RADM, USN (ret.)

Ann D. Claffey Baiada

The Martin Foundation Rocco & Barbara D’Iorio Martino ’60 (D) Donald & Joanne McFadden McBride ’63

Mary Ann Miller Beatty, Ph.D. ’59 John & Maude Meehan Belli ’49

Douglas & Kathleen Braun Dollenberg ’62 Anthony & Kathleen Keirle Dougherty, Ph.D. ’67 Ruth Wingel Doyle ’52

George Benas

Vincent & Marion Williams Berry ’63

Robert M. Ryan & Brighid Blake David & Patricia Boreanaz

David & Carolyn Sagendorph Montgomery ’97

Duane Morris, LLP Joan Mathers Eaves ’52

Robert & Corinne Foley Errico ’72 David & Joanne McGee Espenshade ’61

Kathleen Clauss Borkowski ’68

Sean & Catherine Lockyer Moulton ’92 (D)

Elizabeth M. Bowden

Edward & Janet Rutan Bowers ’56

Sallyann Bowman, M.D. ’72

James & Elizabeth Jachimowicz Fanuzzi ’66

Catherine Nerney, SSJ, Ph.D. (F) Bernard & Joan Rafferty Martha Ranc, Ph.D. ’86 Joan Toohey Rochford ’52 Arthur & Mary Kaufmann Ryan ’66 Jack Sandoski (D) & Kathleen Sandoski

SaylorGregg Architects

Kenneth J. Soprano, Ph.D. (A) & Dianne Soprano, Ph.D.

Robert & Kathleen Vath Campbell ’70

Salvatore & Katherine Alcamo Cardali ’61 Young-Shin Chang ’59

Teva North America

Patricia Chapman

Kathleen Wagner ’60

Anonymous (2)

160over90 Joseph & Bernardine Keeler Abbott ’51 Zubair Ahmad. M.D. & Susan Kanehann Ahmad, M.D. ’77

Linda A. Avila ’75

Carol Gray Bacica ’61

James & Anastasia Hagan Bacon, Ed.D. ’60

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Kathleen Reilly Gallagher ’65 Mary Isabel Lambert Glenn ’61

George & M. Paula Nyhart Gowen ’63 Donald & Pamela Orsini Grimmé ’54 Robert & Isabelle Walsh Gundaker ’65

Mary Coady ’62 George & Beverly Kray Connolly ’56

Thomas Curran & Mary Ann Haggerty, M.D. ’70

Martin & Mary Lee Rothwell Corr ’60

Frances McCarron Harper ’48 Arlene Hausmann ’57

Eileen Long Hessman ’60 Nicholas & Kathryn Peters Hill ’57

Mary Katherine Schubert Denny ’40 Joseph & M. Kathy Tigh Detrano ’67

Gwendolen Forsyth Hurley ’58

Caroline M. Devine ’72

Jacobs Music Company

Michael & Gillian Horna Dezzutto ’84 Marie DiBerardino, Ph.D. ’48

Gym Source

George J. Hartnett, Esq. (D)

Cozen O’Connor

David & Maureen Masterson Doern ’62 Patrick Steger ’15.

William & Adrienne Donaghue Gallagher ’62

John & Rosemarie O’Brien Cleaver ’58

Edward Dachowski, M.D. & Alice Ann Gricoski Dachowski, M.D. ’77

Jonathan Freeman ’12 SGS Betty Lou Froustet ’43

W. Robert Abbot & Claire Cifaloglio, M.D. ’70

Pewter Members ($1,000+)

Theodore & Deborah Dougherty Flint ’59

Joseph & Roberta Rini Cartlidge ’49

Robert & Verna Brugger Stockmal ’61 Anne E. Tezak ’76

Rosemary McCarron Flannery, Esq. ’43

William Brobst, Ph.D. & Susan Wentland Brobst, Ph.D. ’83

Mary Garneau Feketie ’47

Louise Bradley ’52

Sandra Bumgardner, Psy.D. ‘76, ’89 SGS, ’03 SGS (S)

Angelo & Amy Falcone

Robert & Elizabeth O’Flynn James ’42

Barbara Jani ’67


Joseph & M. Eileen Franz Janssen ’64

Louise Burgoyne Kane ’52

Robert & Joan Fitzpatrick Marvin ’51

Louis Keeler, M.D. & Margaret Mary McDermott Keeler ’57

Marilyn Heitzman Kehoe ’53

Edwin Kellerman, M.D. & Wilma Carson Kellerman, M.D. ’55

John & Nancy Day Kelley, Ph.D. ’71 (AD)

Peter Kelsen

Keough Electric, Inc.

John & Helene Boffa McGuinn ’47

Religious of the Assumption Francis Reynolds ’94 SGS

Steven R. Loeshelle, Esq. & M. Gervase Rosenberger, Esq. ’73

Margaret Mary Green McLaughlin ’62

Russell Roofing Company Richard & Mary Hutko Scholl ’71

Patrick & Julia Heitzman Koechlin ’66

Hardy & Nancie Ann Kenny Moebius ’75

Stephen & Regina Maxwell Schwille ’65

Boulton & Margaret Quinn Mohr ’58

Mary Lou Sciarrillo ’66

Blanche Haviland Moore ’50

Eugene & Lynn Mulvaney Sharp ’87

Margaret C. Moran ’67 (AD)

David & Jodie King Smith ’94, ’01 SGS (A)

Ruth Mulligan ’41

Ryan Murphy (S) & Krista Bailey Murphy (A)

Harold & Ann Rusnack Sorgenti ’58

Janet Smith Murphy ’48

William Idler & Joan Lunney, Ph.D. ’68

John & Joan Byrne Murphy ’50

Joseph & Margaret Judge Lynch ’67 Francis & Patricia Crane Lynch ’54

Francis & Nonie Glennon Murphy ’66

Thomas & Virginia Lynch

Richard & Mary O’Gorman Murray ’74

Clifford & Mary Schuhsler Spangler ’64 Peter & Sara Young Stoll ’62

Israel Concepcion & Lauri Strimkovsky, MBA (A)

Donor List Designations

John & Kathleen McDermott Strott ’59 Robert & Margaret Hetzer Stuart ’72

Diane Napoli O’Grady ’57

Dorothy Kushlis MacFarlane, M.D. ’67

Donor names listed in this Donor Report reflect the donor’s total contribution, for all purposes, received by the College between July 1, 2011 and June 30, 2012.

Mary Sabia

George & Anne Duffy Mirsch ’52

Barbara Forrester Landis ’07 SGS

Gifts to The Griffin Fund each year are the cornerstone of Chestnut Hill College’s giving program in support of annual unrestricted operations. The generous financial support of these donors is critical to the success of each academic year.

Maurice Ranc, Jr.

Mary Lou Stafford McGill ’54

The Griffin Fund

George & Alexandra Masiuk Rakowsky ’62

Mary Laffan King ’62

Joseph & Catherine A. Hohmann Lederhaas ’62

Kenneth & Janet Brown Quintal ’70

Estate of Catherine J. McConville

Philip McGovern, Ph.D. & Mary McGovern

Robert & Jo Anne DiGiacomo Lechowicz ’66

Mary F. Quinn ’67

James & Regina Gercke McConnell ’58

Philip & Catherine Winter McDonnell ’45

Joan Gerard Larkin ’52

James & Margaret Jackson Quinn ’64

Robert & Marilyn Johnson McCarron ’61

Maureen MacLean McCord, Esq. ’58

Patricia Kilmartin ’40 Joseph & Joan Burger King ’67

Carter & Frances McCullen Pierce ’63

Maven Benefits Partners

A Chestnut Hill College Administration

Studio TEN Creative Group

John & Elizabeth Harvey Majane ’57

Brian Ortale, J.D. & Lynn Ortale, Ph.D. (A)

James & Joan Schmitt Markham ’52

Judith Perkins ’70

Marilea Swenson ’67

D Chestnut Hill College Board of Director

Patricia Harper Petrozza, M.D. ’74

Vincent & Angela Clement Tague ’61

AD

Chestnut Hill College Alumni Association Board of Director

F

Chestnut Hill College Faculty

S

Chestnut Hill College Staff

Edward Mannino, J.D. Joseph A. Martino (S)

Robert & Anne Brannan Teufel ’60

The Philadelphia Trust Company

Lynn Tubman (A) Ralph & Lois Hoffner Udicious ’58

SUS School of Undergraduate Studies

Richard W. Vassallo, M.D. & Mary Vassallo

SCPS School of Continuing & Professional Studies

William & Helen Mikula Vassily ’60

SGS School of Graduate Studies

Susan Vath ’86

Estate of Mary Thompson Wagman ’39* Richard & Denise Bonner Wall ’58 Margaret Seidel Walton ’66 Mary Gallagher Wattis ’60

Elizabeth Sauter Weber ’74

Antoinette Whitmore ’67

Fred & Teri Meniketti Wiedeman-Rouse ’05 SGS (AD) (F)

* Deceased Griffin Fund (a portion of the donor’s gift was designated to the Griffin Fund) President’s Circle donor names that are bolded indicate 10+ years of consecutive giving of $1,000 or more. All matching gifts were included in the donor’s giving totals.

Wohlson Construction Company Ralph & Nina Buckley Yeager ’68

Students relaxing in McCaffery Lounge.

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DONOR REPORT

ASSOCIATES CLUB Gold Associates ($500-$999) Anonymous Anthony Party Rental Ben & Stacy Harper-Avilla ’96 SCPS Barbin & O’Connell Robert & Mary Ellen McFadden Barry ’56 Harry J.J. & Joan McDermott Bellwoar ’55 Paul & Marie Pelliccio Berenato ’57 Pamela Ann Black, Ed.D. ’64 Blank Rome, LLP Rosemary Mahoney Boyle ’57 William & Catharine Gallagher Brockway ’51 William A. Cafiero Donald & Noreen Kraska Caivano ’67 Mary Flannery Calise ’63 John & Eugenie Koch Callaghan ’62 Cancer Treatment Centers of America Lynne Silverio Carpenter ’80 James & Margaret Kress Carson ’67 Chestnut Hill Business Association Mary Little Collins ’73 Richard Colvin Paul & Sally Ann Ayerle Corbley ’73 Dominic J. Cotugno, Ed.D. (F) W.S. Cumby, Inc. Regina Cuta, M.D. ’56 Julian & Vionette Pietrantoni de Inclan ’70 Kathleen M. Donnelly ’59 Harry A. Brown & Gertrude Donze ’48 Robert & Valerie DeFelice Downing ’95 SGS Anthony & Mary Agnew Dunleavy ’84 Carl & Juliette Fox Eastwick ’67 Robert & Nancy Keller Eck ’67 John & Mary Lynne McCarthy Ekdahl ’72 Timothy & Patricia Amend Ellard ’57 Thomas & Cecelia Englebert-Passanza ’77 (AD) Kathleen Heidere Ford ’63 Tibor & Gertrude Dearie Frekko ’63 Peter & Eileen D’Arcy Garvey ’62 Bettyanne Geikler ’52

James & Linda Hirsh Glasgow ’62 Thomas & Marie Sclafani Goldkamp ’65 Helen Griech William & Maryl Michiels Hitchings ’67 Glenn W. Howard, Ph.D. & Mary Angela Heller Howard, Esq. ’66 Richard & Mollie Brown Ingram ’65 Michael & Kathleen Boyle Jarvis ’62 Judith Bourgeois Jensen ’60 Patricia F. Kelleher ’48 Duke Kennedy Mark Kudes, M.D. & Diana Barnett Kudes, M.D. ’97 Kathleen Kugler ’62 Edward & Anne Cashman Lilly ’67 Ernest & Sandra Glynn Lippe ’62 Elizabeth Lunney ’72 Henry & Joan Maier ’83 SCPS Lionel & Catherine Ondrey Mailloux ’62 J. Robert & Peggy Grant Malone ’46 Laurence & Kathleen Kane Mann ’62 Barbara Piga Marcouiller ’53 Edward & Donna Carlino McCoyd ’66 Michael Malian, M.D. & Marian Fanning McNamara, M.D. ’67 Annunciata Torrese Milani ’57 Bill Hine & Coco Minardi (S) Margaret Mitchell ’03 (S) James & Penny Grelis Morrison ’68 Sheila Murphey, M.D. ’65 Catherine Myers ’71 Jeff Niessen & Elizabeth A. Schlosser ’84 Robert & Christine Nydick ’94 SGS Michael & Barbara Griffiths Olivieri ’56 Judith Anne Paul ’70 PFM Asset Management LLC John & Patricia Plunkett Professional Psychology Students Arthur & Michelle Schlindwein Pulcinella ’91 James Quaremba, Esq. & Amelia Petitti Quaremba, Ph.D. ’64 W. James & Annemarie Fliegel Quigley ’62 Philip F. & Susan Roberts Radomski ’86 Richard & Anna Dechet Reller ’59

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Joan Murray Reynolds ’52 Phyllis Roche ’65 Richard & Helen Cunningham Roney ’44 Estate of M. Irene Testa Rotello ’35 Philip & Barbara Stoll Russell ’59 Anthony & Mary Petriella Ruvo ’62 John Savage Otto & Nancy Koonmen Schmidtmann ’61 Andrew & Betty Anne Power Schwarz ’62 Allen & Barbara Hurlbrink Schwitzer ’58 Marjorie Scott ’89 Benjamin & Patricia Shustock Scott, O.D. ’77 Diane Stanczak ’70 J. Clark & Alice Steinman Rosanne Grasmeder Steitz ’62 Roses O’Leary Stephens ’52 Andrea & Theodore Stocklin Cynthia Strolle ’75 John & Regina Voelker Tauke ’60 Alexis & Maureen Schmidt Thielens ’62 Eleanor Craig Utzig ’56 William T. Walker, Ph.D. & Mille Walker Mary Kunberger Wehrmann ’67 R. Jay Werner, Ph.D. & Jane Randall Conlon-Werner, Ph.D. ’81 Emerson & Helen McCann Williams ’58 Vincent & Helen Zukauskas

Scarlet Associates ($250 - $499) Anonymous Catherine Albanese, Ph.D. ’62 Allied Barton Security Services Maryanne Hahl Anderson, Ph.D. ’58 Eileen O’Rourke Atkinson ’54 Jeanne Baffa ’81 Rieke Baize ’98 Peter & Margaret Helbling Baumann ’72 Richard & Constance Murray Becker ’57 Wallace & Natalie Nolan Berkey ’63 Mary Merz Berko ’52 Michael & Deborah Daly Bohan ’60 Thomas & Mary Gallagher Boyle ’67

Peter & Clare Cannon Breene ’62 Robert & Lauren Maria Phillips Brennan ’77 Maripat Martin Brophy ’61 Joan Calhoun ’06 Joan Alford Callahan ’54 Lucy Canning Patricia M. Canning ’70 (S) I. Carole Christ ’06 SCPS Howard & Claire Harrison Cocklin ’52 Code Elevator, Inc. Danielle Crenny Eugene & Virginia Lauman Cullen ’52 Bancroft Davis Charles J. Day John Day, Esq. & Sandra Day James & Eileen Menegus Debesis, Ph.D. ’67 Madeleine Bennis Degnan ’42 Louis & Frances Horan Del Duca, Esq. ’50 Barbara Harron Delaney ’59 Daniel & Brenda Gala DeStefano ’90 James & Caroline Reilly Dignan, M.D. ’89 The Honorable Louise Di Renzo Donaldson, ’66 Tim Donohue Barry Wepman, Ph.D. & Molly Walsh Donovan, Ph.D. ’68 Robert Downie, M.D. Barbara Gallo Draper ’61 L. F. Driscoll Company Denise Errico Duffy ’72 Joanne Waldron Dwyer ’55 John Evans’ Sons, Inc. Event Strategy Group Jane Marie Fearn-Zimmer, Esq. ’88 (AD) Francis & Constance Peacock Feraco ’53 Saul & Stephanie Finkle Barry & Mary Beth Day Ford Thomas & Jeanne Labrecque Gagliano ’61 John & Noel Riley Gallagher ’62 Joseph A. Gallo Agnes Dennison Galop ’47 Michael & Regina McDonald Gebka ’83 N. A. Gillen ’69 Edward Gorczynski

Irene Gorczynski Elizabeth Meier Greene ’50 Cecilia Hunt Gregory ’63 John & Shirlee Repak Gubernat ’50 John & Sarah Mansell Guilfoyle ’58 Thomas & Sandra Cupini Hagenbarth ’63 Wasyl & Susan Rapp Halczenko ’69 Thomas & Geraldine Eble Hamilton ’63 James & Ellen Seiberlich Hardy ’82 Hugh & Patricia Quinn Hayden ’68 Francis & Sandra Johnson Helverson ’61 A. Carl & Catherine O’Donoghue Helwig ’63 George & Sandra Denenberg Hohberger ’66 G. Malcom & Anne DePiano Holderness ’60 William & Anne Daly Holland ’56 James & Joan Edmund Husted ’68 Catherine Condon Johnston ’55 Lynnanne Kasarda, M.D. ’82 Mary Ann Keegan ’45 John Keleher Mary Crecca Kenny ’50 David Ockay & Mary Kinahan-Ockay ’74 Charles & Patricia Walsh King ’67 Gary & Katherine Ferguson Knox ’67 Rita Cook Lade ’42 Maureen Reilly Leonhardt ’53 Peter Levinson Joan Loreng ’70 Marvin & Mary Jo Bonner Lubas, M.D., Ph.D. ’64 Michael & Marlene Bonacci Lynch ’67 Anthony & Camille Maglio Mary Moran Mahal ’87 SCPS John Cusack, D.O. & Kathleen Malaney, M.D. ’67 Carl J. Malisheski Rodney & Nancy McDonald Mason ’66 Margaret Matthews ’69 Christopher & Mary Mulderry Mattson ’66 Catherine McCallum ’80 B. Eugene & Barbara Wenthe McCarthy ’60 William & Micheline Paquet McCracken ’51 Daniel & Denise Love McDaid ’62 Thomas & Joan Wood McEnaney ’53


Associates CLUB

Members of the Associates Club are donors who have made a minimum contribution of $100 — ­ for any purpose ­— to help sustain the College’s tradition of academic excellence.

Gerald McGinley Margaret M. McGinley ’05 SCPS Patrick & Angele Vial McGrady, Ph.D. ’63 Susan McGroarty, Ph.D. (F) John & Madelyne Kasper McKee ’74, ’04 SGS George McKenna, Ph.D. (A) Joseph McPhillips Barbara Curran Merdiushev ’67

Jon & Helen Baum Miller ’61 Ellen L. Miller ’68 The Montgomery Benefits Group William & Elizabeth Halasz Moore ’62 Morano Brothers Mary Jane Briggs Morgan ’67 R. Michael & Mary Delia Tye Neuman, Ph.D. ’66 Joseph & Mary Ellen Norpel ’85 SCPS

Thomas & Margaret Conlan O’Brien ’62 Dorothy O’Brien ’50 Roger & Carole Storch O’Dwyer ’59 Walter & Elaine Miskuff Olson ’66 Parente Beard Mary Elizabeth Peek ’55 Josef Pohle Mariann Pokalo, Ph.D. ’77 Joan Pollitt ’69 Rebecca Preece ’69 Catherine E. Quinn ’78 SCPS (S) Joseph & Katherine Safford Ramus, Ed.D. ’69 Laura Hentz Remmey ’52 Joanna Renzi Lorraine A. Revello ’66 Thomas & Elizabeth Sieburg Richter ’63 John Sabia, Jr. (D) & Ginger Sabia Sague Auto Service, Inc. Karen Quinn Salamon ’77 Mary Ellen Scanlan, Ph.D. ’64 Lynne Fowler Scarpiello ’57 Ronald & Linda McCarthy Schanz ’81 Louis & Margaret Clark Schott ’62 Nikolaus & Jane Schallis Sebestyen ’65 Michael & Rosemarie Litterio Shannon ’68 Terence F. & Patricia L. Shea Shoemaker Construction Co. Ryan Spinka ’10 Sports Care & Physical Rehabilitation John & Jean Campbell Sterling ’58 Henry & Miriam Fenerty Sullivan ’57 John and Genevieve Koehler Sweet ’51 Marguerite D’Auria Szawlewicz ’48 Abraham & Elizabeth Shafer Tetenbaum ’70 David Thomas Tours, Inc. M. Regina O’Neill Thomas ’51 David & Virginia Toliver ’94 SGS George Hines & Lois Trench-Hines ’64 Brian Uniacke, M.D. & Beverley Patrone Uniacke, M.D. ’82 Union Boiler Works, Inc. Carmen Costanza Veit ’53 Jo Marie Victor ’04 SCPS (AD)

Voice of the Faithful of Greater Philadelphia, Inc. Voith & Mactavish Architects, LLP Larry A. Bowman & Kathleen Wall ’71 Maryanne L. Walsh ’98, ’02 SGS (AD) John & Barbara Boyd Ward ’80 Melvin & Dorothy Holmes Wentland ’58 Richard Williams John & Bridget Mahon Willoughby ’97 Zipf Associates, Inc. Zipf’s Candies

Silver Associates ($100 - $249)

Robert & Louise Loia Aaronson ’67 Theresa Klein Abraham ’05 John & Marie Meaney Adolph ’57 Charles & Marilyn Sutton Adomanis ’70, ’84 SGS Anne Albarelli ’63 Raymond & Judith Simcoe Alexander ’57 Elizabeth Allen ’51 Rita Ciotti Altman, Ed.D. ’53 Richard & Marylee Noonan Amato ’64 Carol Lowe Ambacher ’65 Frank & Constance Miller Anderson ’67 Roberta Archibald, SSJ ’70 SCPS Catherine Ard ’85 W. Scott Armington ’03 SGS Diane Arnold (S) Mary Conway Arnone ’78 Dolores Aversa ’80 A. Merrill & Eleanor Yoa Ayers ’69 Louis & Virginia Pachence Azzariti ’64 Frank A. & Hattie Davey Baier ’59 Wayne & Mary Moore Baker ’64 Harrison & Martina McCarthy Ball ’66 Guy & Mary West Ball ’62 Carlos & Anne Dever Bancroft ’57 Patricia Tully Bannan ’49 Paul & Mary Bannon Nicholas & Mary Jo Platten Barbi ’67 Anna Marie Barone ’57 Arthur & Joanne Park Batzig ’66 Margaret Kelly Baumgardner ’40 John & Jeanne Haesler Bebbington ’48 Kenneth & Christine Scott Beck ’72 Christian & Mary Ruth Wiegard Becker ’63 Rex & Patricia Chiri Bell ’65 George & Marie Badecker Benas ’48* Stephen & Patricia Doran Benkovic ’60 Carolyn Bensel, Ph.D. ’63 George & Elizabeth Eckenroth Beretta ’58 John & Mary Hurley Birch ’60

Jane Delaney Blank ’44 Olivia Blaszka Joseph & Miriam Quinn Blimm ’59 Mary Juel Rockwell Boast ’55 Robert & Maribeth Bolger Robert & Mary Ann Ballisty Bonner ’71, ’00 SGS Born To Run, Inc. Karl Bortnick Peter & Alice Ann Goldkamp Bossow ’64 Emily Landers Boyan ’55 John & Margaret Smith Braca ’53 Elmer & Mary Connor Brandt ’50 Robert & Roseanne Burke Brennan ’60 Pura Bigles Brennan ’52 Robert & Barbara Costigan Brennan ’56 Caryl Brown ’51 William & Clare McConnell Brown ’58 Kenneth & Ann Curran Brown ’78 Mary Ellen Carroll Brown ’52 Judith Brown ’67 Scott Browning, Ph.D. (F) Theodore & Mary Gorman Brown-Jednak ’42 J. Dean & Nancy Benner Brubaker ’00 SGS Thomas & Janice Glocheski Brunner ’63 James & Marion Gioffre Buddo ’60 Robert & Joanne Bonavita Budwick ’67 Philip & Barbara Maher Bur ’69 Thomas & Marylin Unger Burke ’62 Robert & Ellen Whiteside Byrne ’56 Thomas Cafiero Gary Cagle & Beverly Maliner Patricia Caldwell ’72 California Teachers Association Frank & Jeanne Camassa Barbara Carli ’52 Howard & Maria Maio Carlock ’62 Thomas & Anne Callery Carney ’51 John & Mary Ellen McClain Carson ’57 Warwick & Helen Kates Casey ’60 Francis & Maureen Gillen Chan ’61 Thomas & Nancy Denny Chancler ’66 William & Anne McDyre Cheney ’67 Chestnut Hill Dental Group Walter C. Childs (S) Alexander & Eileen McCoy Cioffi ’62 Rosemarie Schmitt Clark ’57 M. Christina Ryder Clark ’66 Barbara MacCausland Clarke ’50 Rose Ann Baron Clarke ’54 Virginia Reilly Coester ’58 Richard & Joanne Cohen Rodolfo & Carlota Garcia Colberg ’74 Carolyn Baldino Conboy ’51

Morgan Oechsle ’15.

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Dave Forster ’12 and Victoria Delgau ’14 in the student production of “Dead Man Walking.” Ralph & Joan Van Bourgondien Condit ’47 James & Joan Murray Conmy ’91 SCPS, ’98 SGS* Harry & Jo Ann Ewadinger Connelly ’61 Laura Malisheski Connelly ’85 Michael & Sarah Hodson Connor ’44 Kathryn Lippman Conte ’49 Madeline Conti ’40 Nicholas Corey ’11 Denise Costello (S) Robert & Madeleine Gercke Costigan ’54 Monica Cetrullo Costlow ’71 Cecily Craig ’77 Carol Crisci, Esq. ’72 Barbara Cruse ’64 Roger & Barbara McNamara Cubby ’68 William & Judith Curran Mary Catherine Curran ’58 Mary Jo Dagney ’78

Beatrice Jungblut Dante ’56 John & Regina Kenny Davenport ’76 George & Therese Schreiber DeFoney ’57 Tina Rita DeLucia, Esq. ’67 Richard & Barbara Murray Dennen ’51 Donald & Mildred Murphy DeRiggi, Ph.D. ’60 James & Patti Grossman Deutsch ’77 Eileen Bradley Dever-Stonier ’62 Catherine Devlin ’67 David & Diane Heverline DeWitt ’79 Nicholas & Anna Faris DiFranco ’72 Mario & Geraldine Stock DiLisi ’92 SGS Sandra Dillon Nicholas & Marilyn Hennessey DiMuro ’67 Jeanne DiVincenzo, Psy.D. ’04 SGS, ’09 SGS Eugene & Peggy Anne Derham Dolan ’53 Eleanor Donaghue ’77 SCPS Paul & Donna Jean Donahue James & Linda Taraborrelli Donahue ’67

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Barbara Donovan ’61 Christina Dougherty ’79 Clara McNierney Doyle ’54 James & Margaret Jarosh Doyle ’64 Barbara Stroud Doyle ’62 Thomas F. Duffy Joseph & Marie Micale Dumbra ’60 Dennis & Debra Dunlevy Francis & Catherine Brannan Dunn ’61 Janet Powers Dunne ’74 Stephen & Roseanne O’Hanlon Duzinski ’71 John & Janine Delaveau Dwyer ’75 John & Maureen Keashon Dwyer ’82 Timothy & Marianne Valvardi Dwyer ’76 John & Mary Wiesner Edell ’54 Joy Efran Robert & Marian Brogan Ehnow ’62 Andrew & Kathy Baker Ennis ’71 John & Barbara Walker Erhard ’70

Peter Esseff, Ph.D. & Mary Sullivan Esseff, Ph.D. ’65 John & Joan McGuigan Evans ’50 Alfred & Linda Davis Evans ’63 Paul & Diane Neary Ewing ’64 Faith Baptist Church John & Mary Catherine O’Brien Fallon ’45 Carmella Fanelle, D.D.S. ’82 Charlotte Branagan Farley ’56 Patrick & Donna Farrell Mary Fay ’83 William & Mary Tynebor Fearn ’64 Michael & Marybeth Egan Fedyna ’74 William & Margaret Ann O’Connell Feeny ’65 Gregory & Mary Alice Stein Feichtel ’66 Michael & Mary Jane Harford Ferro ’57 Stephen & A. Klair McGlynn Filarsky ’48 Colleen Finley ’84 John & Sally Mauchly Fitzsimmons ’70 Thomas & Eugenie Dausey Fleming ’67 Margaret Fleming, SSJ ’56 Peter & Claudia MacFadden Fletcher ’70 Michael Flood Daniel & Cassie Florenzo John & Annabelle Siconolfi Flynn ’65 Katherine Hinches Forsythe ’42 John & Janice Martin Foster ’67 Margaret Feraco Frampton ’79 Michael & Mary Jane Pasha Franco ’58 Patrick & Charlotte McClaskey Friel ’53 Tamara Friend ’96 Quinton & Elizabeth Wright Fury ’52 Edward & Suzanne Edwards Gaffney ’69 Michelle Galbally Edward & Paula Murphy Gallagher ’64 Rita Gallo ’78 John & Margaret O’Donnell Garrett ’62 David & Joyce Finnegan Garrison ’64 Charles Gassert George & Anne Oberholzer Gehring ’57 Charles & Kathleen Freiert Geiger ’49 Francis & Mary O’Connor Gentile, Ed.D. ’66 Walter Gentry Carl & Kathleen Foulkrod Georgeson ’67 Edward & Linda Heintzelman Gesell ’70 Kenneth Gottschaldt & Anna Giacalone, D.M.D. ’78 William & Joanne Fay Gibbs ’58 Kathleen Gillespie ’51 Robert & Susan Berko Glass ’75 Francis & Mary Silcox Gleason ’53 Edward & Anita Jeutter Gledhill ’63 Gerald & Constance Bissell Gleeson ’56 Jean Godsall-Meyers Joseph & Theresa Walsh Grabowski ’90

William & Mary Alexander Graham ’52 Virginia Ott Grant ’66 John & Piera Infranco Gravenor ’81 Richard and Patricia Higgins Green ’51 Elaine R. Green, Ed.D. (A) Donald & Ellen Brunot Greiner ’62 James & Anne DeVenuto Grey ’47 Joseph & Carol-Jane Piltz Guardino ’66 Steven Guerriero, Ph.D. (A) Robert & Jane Tomalonis Gursky ’75 Edward & Mary Ann Conway Gursky ’63, ’03 SGS Grace Corr Haenn ’54 Renee A. Haggerty ’90 Hair Shop, LLC Richard & Marianne Carlson Hall ’64 Mary Margaret Hamill ’70 John & Barbara Dolan Hanley ’57 Robert & Mary Doyle Hanna ’60 John & Gloria Massey Harkins ’53 Joseph & Jean Williams Harris ’57 Philip & Catherine Griffiths Harrison ’98 SGS Lori White Harvey ’03 SCPS, ’07 SGS Derald & Frances Bonanni Hay ’72 Myra Hayes ’58 Virginia Hayes ’64 Howard & Kathleen McFadden Heffelfinger ’78 James & Kathleen Mooney Hennessey ’72 Richard & Patricia Herbst ’94 SGS Carlos & Sonia Gotay Hernandez ’58 Daniel Holley, M.D. & Maureen McFadden Holley, D.M.D. ’86 Mary Tyler Muldoon Holmes ’73 Mark & Anne Marie O’Donnell Housel ’76 Frederick & Andrea Jackson Huber ’72 Fred & Patricia Harford Hueber ’59 David & Loretto Nagel Humphreys ’62 Robert & Elizabeth Mallon Hunter ’74 Huntingdon Valley Bank Maureen Dearie Husk ’61 James & Charlotte Kelley Hyer ’59 Thomas & Katherine Crosson Hylinski ’76 Michael & Joan Koenig Hynes ’60 Sam & Lara Doyle Iannetta ’90 Elizabeth Hughes Iaquinto ’85 SGS Richard & Diane Wasyluk Iardella ’87 Iron Hill Brewery Gertrude Jackson ’05 SCPS Robert & Mary Serroi Jaklevic ’60 Tomas & Carmencita Chafey Jimenez ’73 Ernie Johnson Insurance Agency Paul W. Urbaitis & Margaret Johnson ’69


Todd & Joann Gallagher Jones ’85 Christopher & Christine Jones Dorothea McEvoy Jordan ’49 Mary Therese Joyce ’46 Anita Kan ’74 Maryanne Kane ’78 Daniel Kayser, AIA Anthony & Barbara Merck Kearns ’58 Kilduff Development, Inc. Klenzoid, Inc. Jennifer Johnson ’05, ’08 SGS John & Mary O’Neil Keegan ’60 Francis X. Keeley, M.D. & Marie McDermott Keeley ’52 Ann M. Keer ’97 Barbara Alexander Kegelmeyer ’51 Paul Murphy & Margaret Coffey Kelleher ’67 Henry & Rhonda Keller Robert & Jane Ellen Higgins Kelly, Ed.D. ’56 Paul & Susan Taylor Kelly ’69 Colette Robillard Kelly ’53 Geraldine Menzler Kelsey ’52 Phyllis Basenfelder Kennedy ’51 Catherine Lavelle Kessmeier, Esq. ’91 Martin Keszler, M.D. & Mary Lenore Gricoski Keszler, M.D. ’74 Anne Marie Kiehne ’70 Cynthia Killion ’90 SGS William & Marie Rosato King ’50 Carol-Ann Klauser-Black ’62 Colleen Kolakowski ’07 SGS Sharon Koob ’08 SGS Robert & Nancy Del Valle Korbeck ’67 David & Deborah Warner Kosciw ’76 Alexander Kowalski ’09 Carl & Grace Voigt Kozrad ’83 Joseph & Mary Hennessey Krutulis ’65 Edward & Lisa Porter Kuh ’84 Mark & Suzanne Raymus Kuhn ’78 Kathryn N. Kunkel Stephen & Doris Blizzard Kurash ’77 Helen Kurz ’50 Frederick & Irene Loughman Kutner ’62 Joseph & Lucille Palaszewski Kwasizur ’77 Carlene LaBella Deon ’82 Brian Lackman ’09 Joseph & Jane Serrada Lang ’70 John & Kathleen Valvardi Lang ’82 Mary Higgins Langan ’37 Elliott Lasky Elizabeth Laufer, M.D. ’50 Anthony & Lois Steppacher Lazzarino ’55 B. W. & Marianne Sim Lee ’58 Henry & Anne Branagan Letter ’54

John & Pamela Wood Leutwyler ’65 Librette’s Restaurant and Bar Elizabeth Lamb Lillie ’71 Joan Lind ’81 Eileen Connors Linehan ’53 Arthur & Alice Lintgen Timothy & Mary Beth Higgins Livolsi ’84 Charles & Carol Reedy Lobdell ’62 Marianne Loney ’95 SGS Ellen Loughran, Ph.D. ’72 James & Susan Forster Lowery ’70 Thad & Barbara McNulty Lowrey ’62 Edward & Joanne Ryan Luecke ’58 John & Judith Hadden Lutolf ’61 Thomas & Joyce Scheer Lynch ’53 Lee Bailey MacMurtrie ’40 Patrick & Margaret McKee Madison ’68 Katherine Magee, Esq. ’65 Dorothea Klebacher Magyar ’67 Catherine Maloney ’83 Susan Maloney ’51 Michael & Rosemary Marino Mangano ’68 Cecilia Marino Mary M. Martire ’53 Joseph & Constance Brown Masciangelo ’68 The Honorable Frederica Massiah-Jackson ’71 William & Mary Anne Tomaselli Matthews ’81 Dorothy Wludyka Matthews, M.D. ’54 Gerard & Mary Virginia Ebbecke Mayer ’71 Joseph & Joan Pietras McAuliffe ’63 John & Ann Kuchinsky McAuliffe ’96 SCPS John McBride Vincent & Ann Brosseau McCall ’54 Francis & Cecilia Greene McCarthy ’58 Louise McCoy ’52 James & Mary Spence McCue ’57 Jerome & Martha Wilderotter McDevitt ’65 Joseph & Marjorie Erickson McDevitt ’46 Patricia McDonald ’53 John & Yvonne McGinley Howard McGinn McGoldrick Leasing Corporation Denise Roney McGonigal ’75 Laura McGovern Marion & Beverly Johnston McIntyre ’57 John & Mary Claire O’Keefe McIntyre ’48 Eugene & Joan Shelley McLaughlin ’54 Amy McLeer ’94 Kathleen McNicholas, M.D. ’69 Anne Meade ’72 Terrence & Denise Gray Meehan ’67 Dorothy Meehan-Ripa

Monique Melmed & Anthony Schifano Delia Schiavi Melograna ’42 Metropolitan Bakery Elizabeth Michener-Wall Joseph Micucci, Ph.D. (F) Donald Miller & Co. Marianne Miller ’56 Mark Miller Lorraine Cajano Minecci ’64 Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Henry & Rita McCloskey Miziorko ’71 Marie Harbina Mockler ’52 Slobodan & Diane Gillies Momich ’62 John & Patricia Belcher Monaghan ’56 Frank & Miriam Berry Moore ’68, ’92 SGS Bernard & Angela Romano Moore ’58 Joseph & Antoinette Gazzillo Morello ’62 Austin & Margaret Stehli Morris ’52 Timothy & Stephanie Rendine Morris ’04 (AD) Jennifer Mowad ’05, ’07 SGS Eugene & Regina Beck Moynihan ’57 Andrew & Darlene Hagy Mulson ’02 SGS Mary Resinski Murphy, M.D. ’54 Kevin & Mary Elizabeth Murphy Murray ’51 Philip Murray Irene Nowak Musman ’57 Michele Mustello ’60 Michele Moser Mutch ’87 Carol Neri ’64 William & Margaret Jones Newman ’95 SGS Timothy & Patricia Cholewinski Nicholson ’70 The Honorable John W. Noble & Nadine Morse Noble ’70 Lucille Cox Novotny ’44 Daniel Mathews & Kathleen O’Boyle ’84, ’97 SGS (AD) John & Catherine Wilson O’Brien ’48 Louise Sullivan O’Connor ’43 Catherine O’Flaherty ’54 Mary Ellen O’Laughlin ’76 Philip & Virginia Mitchell O’Neill ’50 Gerald & Margaret Behre O’Neill ’95 SGS Kathleen O’Pella ’76 James & Marita Howard O’Rourke ’52 John & V. Sheila Boyle Otto ’61 Walter & Madeline Braca Palac ’85 Dorothy Palatucci ’64 Adelaide Brothers Palmer ’51 Joseph & Margaret Lynch Panas ’61 Denise Haskins Paolella ’75 William & Maria Pascale-Boni ’82 Gary & Betsy Patterson-Patterson ’68 Sean Pearson ’03 SCPS & Nicole Pearson

The Griffin mascot welcomes guests to the state-of-the-art Fitness Center.

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Pennsauken Intermediate School Chris & Nicole Peppelman James & Patricia Peppelman W. Scott & M. Elizabeth Green Perkins ’73 Margaret & Jason Perreault Andrea Pasquarello Peterson ’92 Charles & Bernadette Fortune Pettine ’51 Margaret McKernan Pfeifer ’50 Thane & Mary Degnan Phelps ’76 Ernest & Denise Murphy Phillips ’64 William & Carolyn Deiter Piccone ’55 John & Kathleen Shea Pié ’87, ’92 SGS Robert & Susan Corcoran Pigg, Ph.D. ’80 Eileen Regan Plichta ’47 PMHCC, Inc. Ronald & Christine Westrum Porter ’94 M. Nancy Burczewski Portland ’64 Arlene Prentice ’92 SGS James & Kathleen Pasco Proud ’94 SGS Rita Cresci Quinn ’41 Joseph & Stephanie Genova Quirk ’67 Aaron & H. Jacqueline Jaixen Rabinovitz ’48 Patricia Johnson Rauch, Ph.D. ’55 Martin & Helen McDermott Redding ’62 Alan & Susan Schatz Reed ’64 Joseph & Elizabeth MacDuffie Reger ’54 Edward & Judith Dougherty Reidy ’55 James & Janice Arleth Reilly ’54 Raquel Rodriquez-Rexach ’55 Konrad & Betty Ann O’Donnell Richter ’52 Anne March Roan ’60 Nancy (Anne) Diamond Roche ’65 Edward & Maryanne Franklin Rodzewich ’56 George Roitzsch ’07, ’09 SGS Joseph & Rosemary Campbell Romasco ’50 Maria MacCabe Ronca ’54 Cheryll Rothery, Psy.D. (F) Douglas & Deborah Routt David & Linda McKenna Roxe ’61 John & C. Patricia O’Hara Rutter ’57 James & Susan Enright Ryan ’61 Rosemary Sauers Adam & Joan McFadden Sawoski ’57 Norbert & Elvira Cordasco Sax ’55 Lawrence & Doris Black Schaefer ’48 Lt. Timothy Schoenborn, USN & Karen Helverson Schoenborn ’85 Paul & Kathleen Campbell Schugsta ’67 Kathleen Bonner Schwartz ’55 Jean Schwartz, M.D. ’55 Thomas & Donna Plamondon Scully ’70 Joanne Selinski, Ph.D. ’84 Nicholas & Marianne Murphy Semchuk ’07 SCPS, ’10 SGS (S)

Thomas Serbonich Richard & Patricia McGee Sharkey ’63 Bernardine Shaughnessy Megan Shaughnessy ’13 John & Ellen Kelley Sheehan ’62 Constance Shereyka Mary McCabe Shields ’53 Paul & Margaret Walsh Shubnell ’58 Edward W. Siebert Frank & Joy Supil Siegel ’71 Charles & Ann Marie Smith Sielski ’71 Charles & Kathleen Gercke Silk ’57 Francis & Pilar Pinili-Silva ’67 Robert & Tracey Dever Simpson ’81 Francis & Jane Grasso Sinek ’59 Katherine Labrecque Skiba ’57 Robert & Elizabeth McGarvey Smith ’67 Theresa Smith ’82 David & Christine Desrochers Smith ’60 Robert & Karen O’Neill Spencer ’85 SCPS Marqesah Spicer Hart & Jean Stotter ’73 SCPS Donald & Sally Cavanaugh Strike ’64 Helen D. Hoag Strobel ’52 John & Eileen Hanks Suermann ’42 Francis Sullivan, Esq. & Rosemary McGroarty Sullivan, Esq. ’71 Judith Sullivan ’54 Russell & Katherine Roach Sullivan ’63 Juanita Covas Swain ’47 Annop Tan-Tisunthorn, M.D. & Christine Eidsness Tan-Tisunthorn ’66 Linda Tarini ’97, ’05 SGS Francis & Regina Williams Tate, Esq. ’75 Avery Tatnall Marianne Taulane ’50 Henry R. (Ted) Taylor Alyce Taylor ’97 Joan Willey Thirion ’63 Thomson Reuters Joseph & Jerilyn Louis Tierney ’64 Lee & Mary Walker Tompkins ’62 David & Ann Brennan Toner ’59 Mary Kaszuba Toth ’72* Eric J. Trainer John & Gwendolyn Feaster Trautwein ’55 Deborah Sonntag Tredinnick ’82 John & Teresa Clark Trudeau ’68 Helene Hornyak Tuckwood ’53 Maureen Clarie Ulakovic ’64 David & Barbara Ullery ’61 Patrick & Elizabeth Krug Ulrich ’54 United Way of Burlington County C. Francis Varga, M.D. & Anita Esposito Varga ’54

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Charles & Helen Gleeson Wachendorfer ’58 Patricia Wade ’02 SCPS Agnes Costello Walker ’56 Joseph & Susan Smith Wallis ’66 John & Audra Meckler Wallis ’89 John & Patricia Andris Walsh ’56 John & Mary Alice Butler Warwick ’61 Dorothy Platner Way ’42 Eileen Kirby-Webb ’07 SCPS (S) Kathleen Weibel ’67 Joshua & Barbara Sliker Weikert ’00 Kevin & Mary Capece Weinstein ’75 Amy Doyle Welin ’79

Louis & Janet MacCausland Welsh ’53 Joseph & Elizabeth Tucker Werner ’63 Elissa & Christopher Werner Sarah Seth Whalen Frederick & Katherine Barrett White ’70 Kerry & Lynn Murray White ’56 Rosemary Boccella White ’52 Patrick & Susan Monaghan Williams ’89 Ann Meagher Williams ’50 Odelee Wint ’94 SCPS Timothy & Anita Haskins Wise ’76 Teresa Rhodes Wolliard ’69 Christopher Wood

George & Christina Demetrovits Woody ’79 Robert & Kathleen Beaty Young ’70 John & Janice Kitley Yurasek ’58 Helen Zeiser ’50 Pamela Larsen Zeuner ’05 SCPS Irene Wagman Zielinski ’54 Maurice & Mary Alice Dick Zink ’47 Therese Zogby ’51 William & Marguerite Stein Zuccarello ’58


Lecture Series

Honors

Schubert Family’s Contributions

Mary Katherine Schubert Denny ’40 with her son, Joseph, of the College’s board of directors.

“I loved everything about [CHC], and it’s continued as a very positive presence in my life.”

The second was to bring prominent voices

There, she majored in English, edited the

“It’s a great joy to see that this place we loved

student newspaper, and made life-long friends.

and believed in so strongly has continued to

simpler: “This was just something my college

“The College was very good to me,

“We’re still proud to say we graduated from

wanted that I was able to give them,”

more than generous,” she said. “I loved

Chestnut Hill.”

Mary Katherine said.

everything about it, and it’s continued as a

to the College, enriching the experience and raising the school’s profile. The third was

keep up with the times and thrive,” she said.

very positive presence in my life.”

Now with more than a dozen family members

for the series, to which their children and

After graduating, Denny worked for

continues to loom large at the College.

other family have contributed to create a

County Gentleman magazine, the first in a

And it has once again taken on a new

permanent endowment. The series began

line of writing and editing jobs. She stayed

dimension, with Denny’s son, Joseph,

in 1992 with novelist Chaim Potok and

connected to the College, serving as co-editor

serving on the board of directors.

During the College’s first capital campaign,

most recently featured realist and portrait

of the alumnae bulletin and president of

the committee expressed a desire for a

artist Nelson Shanks this past spring.

the Alumnae Association and becoming a

The Schubert name had long been synonymous with commitment and support at the College. But in the early 1990s, it took on a new dimension.

The Dennys provided the seed money

on the alumni rolls, the Schubert name

“For so many years, people would say

Reunion Weekend fixture.

this person or that person was related to

old ladies of the College,” Denny credits her

At the 2010 reunion, Denny joined five

now I’m just Joe Denny’s mother,”

steadfast support as a member of the President’s

other classmates in celebrating their 70th

Mary Katherine said, laughing. “I get a

Circle to her gratitude for the Sisters of

anniversary of graduation. While they laughed

kick out of that.”

Mary Katherine’s parents, Katherine M. and

Saint Joseph. At John W. Hallahan Catholic

about how different things were in their day,

William E. Schubert, recognizing their impact

Girls High School, she placed first on an

they appreciate that the important things

on academics and the greater community.

exam to earn a scholarship to the College.

have stayed the same.

lecture series in the humanities. Joseph and Mary Katherine Schubert Denny ’40 chose to support the series for three reasons. The first was to honor the memory of

Now — in her words — “one of the grand

Mary Katherine Schubert Denny — but

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DONOR REPORT

HALLMARK SOCIETY

hallmark

society

Members of the Hallmark Society have expressed their commitment to Chestnut Hill College through a very special and

important form of financial support. These donors have named the College as the ultimate beneficiary of a planned gift. These gifts might include a bequest and/or a charitable income gift, such as charitable gift annuities, charitable remainder unitrusts, charitable remainder annuity trusts, or gifts of life insurance.

HALLMARK SOCIETY MEMBERS Anonymous (1) Joseph & Bernardine Keeler Abbott ’51 Robert Agnew* Rita Ciotti Altman, Ed.D. ’53 Eileen O’Rourke Atkinson ’54 Linda A. Avila ’75 Anna Marie Barone ’57 Marita O’Reilly Beckum, Esq. ’61 Harry J.J. & Joan McDermott Bellwoar ’55 Mary Merz Berko ’52 Margaret Betz ’71 Marjorie Binder ’43 Elizabeth M. Bowden Louise Bradley ’52 Elissa Imbriaco Breiling ’61 Catharine Gallagher Brockway ’51 Doris M. Byrnes ’49 Patricia M. Canning ’70 (S) Barbara A. Carli ’52 Madeline Conti ’40 Elizabeth Marron Cooper ’71 Joan Coyne ’52 Marjorie Piga Crain ’48 Elizabeth Croake ’52 Robert C. Crosson Barbara Cruse ’64 Ann Tushim Csink ’61 Christopher Papa, M.D. & Regina Cuta, M.D. ’56 Theresa Stepkowicz Cute (S)

Deborah Davies Donald & Carole Sarubbi de Castro ’54 Mary Katherine Schubert Denny ’40 Joseph & M. Kathy Tigh Detrano ’67 Suzanne K. Dufrasne ’58 Joan M. Enright ’58* Mary Catherine O’Brien Fallon ’45 Joanne Fink ’76 (AD) Mary Jackson Fitzsimmons ’35* Kathleen Heidere Ford ’63 Betty Lou Froustet ’43 Rita Gallo ’78 Bettyanne Geikler ’52 N. A. Gillen ’69 Lynn Cozza Goodman ’63 Helen A. Gruber ’52 Joseph C. & Barbra Bianco Hagan Mary Margaret Hamill ’70 Barbara Henkels Elizabeth A. Rowley Jones ’66 Mary Ann Keegan ’45 Margaret Mary McDermott Keeler ’57 Kathleen Corcoran Keene ’68 Edwin Kellerman, M.D. & Wilma Carson Kellerman, M.D. ’55 Nancy Day Kelley, Ph.D. ’71 (AD) Patricia Kilmartin ’40 Cecile Heebner Knies ’63 Joan M. Kristoff ’65 Joan Gerard Larkin ’52 Ellen Logue ’47* Patricia E. Lyons

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Janice Maffei ’75 Elizabeth Harvey Majane ’57 Adele Przybylowski Majka ’43 Peggy Grant Malone ’46 Katherine Marschall, M.D. ’69 Isabel Elcock Martin, R.N. ’39 Theresa Regina Mazeika ’57* Barbara Wenthe McCarthy ’60 Catherine J. McConville* Patricia Lawson McDaniel ’50 Catherine Winter McDonnell ’45 Peter McGlinchy Anna Marie McKenna ’58 Rita Hunter Squires Meehan ’46 Delia Schiavi Melograna ’42 Joan Menaquale ’53* Ellen L. Miller ’68 Margaret Quinn Mohr ’58 Anne E. Moore ’51 Robert & Christine Nydick ’94 SGS (S) Diane Napoli O’Grady ’57 Virginia Mitchell O’Neill ’50 Kathleen O’Pella ’76 Anna Connor O’Riordan, M.D. ’53 Dorothy Palatucci ’64 John & Patricia Plunkett Mariann Pokalo, Ph.D. ’77 Joan Pollitt ’69 Mary Pollitt ’58 Christine Westrum Porter ’94 M. Nancy Burczewski Portland ’64 Catherine E. Quinn ’78 SCPS (S)

Kenneth & Janet Brown Quintal ’70 Bernard & Joan Rafferty Joan Toohey Rochford ’52 Mary Lou Sciarrillo ’66 Clare Shanahan ’56 F. Michael Sharp Christine Desrochers Smith ’60 Mary Schuhsler Spangler, Ed.D. ’64 Mary Louise Steppacher ’58 Marilea Swenson ’67 Regina Voelker Tauke ’60 Anne E. Tezak ’76 Maureen Schmidt Thielens ’62 Kathleen Wagner ’60 Roger F. Sies & Andrea Wargo, Ph.D. ’72 Ann Meagher Williams ’50

NEW MEMBERS Margaret Farley Bold ’49* Marie Conn, Ph.D. (F) Sally Ann Corbley ’73 Marie DiBerardino, Ph.D. ’48 Adelaide DiBerardino ’48* Barbara Donovan ’61 Clara McNierney Doyle ’54 Robert & Susan Berko Glass ’75 Joseph & Carol-Jane Piltz Guardino ’66 George G.* & Shirley Keiser Hoberg ’47 Helen Kurz ’50 Patricia Johnson Rauch, Ph.D. ’55 Catherine Sladowski, M.D. ’66* Mary Thompson Wagman ’39*

IN MEMORIAM Elinor Balsama James F. Barr Betty Buckley Margaret Conner ’43 Ellen Jane Pariset Crosson ’50 Robert & Leonore Smith Crowley ’37 E. Loretta Daly ’47 Sally Ann Donnelly ’53 Patricia O’Conor Farley ’47 Adele M. Foy A. Marie Fath Greenwood ’33 Joan Burnham Guokas ’40 Marguerite Maguire Hauser ’53 Paul Henkels Mathilde Wackerman Higgins ’36 Mary-Jo Heile Hogan ’48 Ruth Horcher, M.P.H. ’50 Anne Rogers Law ’43 Jane M. MacDermott ’45 Elizabeth Meehan ’52 Alma Dea Morani, M.D. Natalie Nevins ’47 Helen C. Oels, M.D. ’53 Frederick Rehmus Hugh J. P. & Joan Eichenberg Sinclair ’53 Marion L. Steet ’46 Rosemarie Walsh Taima ’57 Louise Torraco ’53 James V. & Mary Connelly Tripodi ’37 * Deceased


Groundbreaking Chemist

Establishes

SCHOLARSHIP AWARD

“She loved every aspect [of CHC] — even with a commute of two trolley cars and a bus!” What did the College mean to

an endowed chemistry scholarship for

She began at Smith, Kline & French (now a

Theresa R. Mazeika ’57? In a word, everything.

low-income female students.

part of GlaxoSmithKline) in analytical chemistry

“Terry loved CHC, of which she

These students can draw inspiration from

spoke glowingly,” said longtime friend

Mazeika, who entered her profession at a

Anna May Knittel. “They were some of

time when women were mostly excluded

A devout Catholic, Mazeika volunteered with a

the happiest days of her life.”

from the lab.

catechetical group and the Knights of Lithuania

They were also pivotal, with the rigors of the

“She was one of the first,” Knittel said,

chemistry program and the resourcefulness of

“helping to break ground.”

the Sisters of Saint Joseph helping to pave the way for a 40-year career as a research chemist. Indeed, it was a Sister who arranged for Mazeika’s interview with her first employer, the pharmaceutical firm Smith, Kline & French. “Terry didn’t think it went all that well, but the Sister had the pleasure of telling her, ‘No, you did quite well. You got the job.’” In recognition of this joyous chapter of her life and in honor of her parents, Simon and Agatha, Mazeika remembered the College in her will. Her bequest of nearly $420,000 established

and research and development, working her way up to senior chemist and supervisory positions.

and financially supported the clergy. In her free time, she loved to ski, and she revered the arts — “every ballet, every opera, every play,”

Mazeika was an honor student at John W.

Knittel said. She also loved to travel, often

Hallahan Catholic Girls High School.

reconnecting with family in her parents’ native

But it wasn’t until she came to The Hill

Lithuania, whose language she spoke fluently.

that she came into her own.

But Mazeika was perhaps best known for

“She just loved CHC, every day,” Knittel said.

her sense of humor and her modesty. Few who

“She loved every aspect — even with a

met her realized they were talking to a respected

commute of two trolley cars and a bus!”

and published chemist.

Mazeika went on to study organic mechanisms

“We’d often say, ‘Why don’t you go tell that

and scientific research at St. Joseph’s Graduate

person you’re a chemist?’ but she never would,”

School of Chemistry and the Philadelphia

Knittel said. “What mattered was that she knew.”

College of Pharmacy and Science.

Theresa R. Mazeika ’57.

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DONOR REPORT

TRIBUTE FUND

fund

TRIBUTE

During the 2012 fiscal year, Chestnut Hill College received

contributions honoring or memorializing the following individuals.

IN HONOR OF

Lindsay Alexander ’13 & Women’s Basketball • John Alexander • Diane Gochin • Medora Martucci • Jennifer McKinlay • James & Patricia Peppelman Roberta Archibald, SSJ ’70 SCPS “Happy Birthday” • Mary E. Corbett, SSJ

50th Anniversary of Rocco & Barbara D’Iorio Martino ’60 • Joseph A. Martino (S)

Maryanne Hahl Anderson, Ph.D. ’58 & Class of 1958 • Gerald & Susan O’Brien Snyder ’66

The Logue Library Staff • Nicholas Corey ’11

Marjorie Binder ’43 “Happy 91st Birthday” • Anonymous

Tenisha Mobley & Ladies Basketball -#15 • Faith Baptist Church • Thomas & Cynthia Higbee Sr.

Randi J. Farrell & Women’s Basketball • Mary Edwards Joanne Fink ’76 • Bill Hine & Coco Minardi (S) Olivia Gorczynski • Olivia Blaszka • Lisa Anne Collins • Edward Gorczynski • Irene Gorczynski • Rita Gorczynski • Hair Shop, LLC • E. Jean Sabine

Consuelo Marie Aherne, SSJ, Ph.D. • Estate of Helen M. Kristoff

My Four Years at Chestnut Hill College • Denise Gray Meehan ’67

Celeste Betz • Jonathan & Rose Betz-Zall ’72

Dorothy Dee, SSJ for all of your support • Natalie Trevino ’09

Mary Eichorn Adams ’58 • Thomas & Joan McDermott Forry ’58

All Deceased Members of the Class of 1965 • Rosemary Mahoney Boyle ’57

In Honor of the Awesome SSJs! • Amy McLeer ’94

In Honor of Class of 2006 • Theresa Croskey Ryan ’06

IN MEMORY OF

Kathleen McGinley, D.O. ’00 • Margaret M. McGinley ’05 SCPS

Marie Bambrick, SSJ (S) “Happy Birthday” • Melanie C. Goodman (F)

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Mary Helen Kashuba, SSJ, D.M.L. ’55 • James & Linda Taraborrelli Donahue ’67

Grace Banks • Carol Crisci, Esq. ’72 • James & Caroline Reilly Dignan, M.D. ’89 Marie Badecker Benas ’48 • George Benas

John “Jack” & Catherine Wilson O’Brien ’48 • James & Mary Jane Dougherty Barry ’48

Ann Edward Bennis, SSJ • Ernest & Sandra Glynn Lippe ’62

Regina Maxwell Schwille ’65 • Nancy (Anne) Diamond Roche ’65

Stephen Berk, Ph.D. • Tamara April-Davis • Diane Arnold (S) • Scott Browning, Ph.D. (F) • Born To Run, Inc. • Marykate Burke • William A. Cafiero • Thomas Cafiero • Patricia M. Canning ’70 (S) • Richard & Joanne Cohen • Marie Conn, Ph.D. (F) • Bancroft Davis • Jeanne DiVincenzo, Psy.D. ’04 SGS, ’09 SGS (F)

Robert “Coach” Spratt • John & Yvonne McGinley Sisters of Saint Joseph in Thanksgiving for their Gift of Service • Brian Ortale, J.D. & Lynn Ortale, Ph.D. (A) Carol Jean Vale, SSJ, Ph.D. (A) (D) • Brian Ortale, J.D. & Lynn Ortale, Ph.D. (A) • SSJ Welcome Center Sarah Wright “Happy 90th Birthday” • Anonymous


DONOR REPORT

TRIBUTE FUND • Joseph & Ann Voorhees Durshaw, Psy.D. ’98 SGS • Joy Efran • Event Strategy Group • Saul & Stephanie Finkle • Claudia Garcia-Leeds (F) • Kathleen & Raymond Gardner • Steven Guerriero, Ph.D. (A) • Alfred J. Hillwig, Psy.D. ’03 SGS • Susan Hoey • Huntingdon Valley Bank • Iron Hill Brewery • Gloria Jones • Rutvi Kapadia • Meredith Kneaval, Ph.D. (F) • Ann Kneavel • Debra Lawrence (F) • Sylvia Loumeau • Rosemarie Manfredi • Susan McGroarty, Ph.D. (F) • Monique Melmed (S) & Anthony Schifano • Merck & Company, Inc. • Meridian Counseling Services LLC • Elizabeth Michener-Wall • Joseph Micucci, Ph.D. (F) • Sara Mix • Ryan Murphy (S) & Krista Bailey Murphy (A) • John L. Melvin, M.D. & Carol Melvin Pate, Ed.D. (F) • Philadelphia Society of Clinical Psychologists • Nancy Porter, Ph.D. (F) • Professional Psychology Students • Deborah Roderick • Jana Rostocki • Cheryll Rothery, Psy.D. (F) • Laura Serbonich ’10 SGS • Thomas Serbonich • Leslie Shralow (F) • Shannon Snellman • Jessica Stripp • Lisa Taylor • Christina Villani • Eileen Kirby-Webb ’07 SCPS (S) • Eric Weinstein ’05 SGS • Elissa & Christopher Werner • Sarah Seth Whalen • Fred & Teri Meniketti Wiedeman-Rouse ’05 SGS (AD) (F) • Christopher Wood • Vincent Zarro, M.D. & Barbara Hogan Zarro, Ph.D. ’73 SCPS (F)

Tessie Black • Marie Bambrick, SSJ (S)

Regina Franco Kriskey ’58 • William & Marguerite Stein Zuccarello ’58

Martha Hentz Murray ’56 • Philip Murray

Mary Brady ’65 • Sheila Corcoran Doyle ’65 • John & Annabelle Siconolfi Flynn ’65 • Jerome & Martha Wilderotter McDevitt ’65

Alice O’Neill LaPlante ’53 • Richard Byrne • Francis & Constance Peacock Feraco ’53 • Mark Miller • Linda Sliwa • Chris & Olivia Peters • US EPA colleagues

H. Bruce & Vera Haley Murray ’30 • Joan Murray Reynolds ’52

Ellen Logue ’47 • Sharon Fitch Boudreau • California Teachers Association • Virginia Carrieri • Tom Curran • Barbara Kerr • Jean Mock • Jean Mullen • Phyllis Van Ness

Rene & Estelle Gagnon Pelletier ’46 • Joseph & Marjorie Erickson McDevitt ’46

Jane McGuckin Buczkowski ’53 • Margaret Feraco Frampton ’79 Peggy Callahan • Thomas & Cecelia Englebert-Passanza ’77 (AD) Stephen Robert Cohen • Marie Bambrick, SSJ (S) Agnes J. Conway, SSJ, Ph.D. (George Edward) • James & Margaret Jackson Quinn ’64 • Patricia Caldwell ’72 Rosalie DeCesare • Elaine R. Green, Ed.D. (A) Agnes Joseph Donohue, SSJ • Madeline Conti ’40

Maria Kostka Logue, SSJ, Ph.D. • Ellen Logue ’47* Eva Maria Lynch, SSJ, Ph.D. • Frederick & Irene Loughman Kutner ’62

Miriam Elizabeth, SSJ, Ph.D. • W. James & Annemarie Fliegel Quigley ’62

Linda Pellicore Machlin ’71 • Sorority of the Class of 1971

Derek Fikely • Brian Ortale, J.D. & Lynn Ortale, Ph.D. (A)

Joanne Botros Malek ’77 • Thomas & Cecelia Englebert-Passanza ’77

Peter Galetto • Anthony & Camille Maglio

Marge Matthews, SSJ • Margaret Matthews ’69

Marie Busenkell Griffith ’30 • Emily Landers Boyan ’55

John & Maria Maxwell • Stephen & Regina Maxwell Schwille ’65

Joan Burnham Guokas ’40 • Anonymous • Joan Mathers Eaves ’52

Simon and Agatha Mazeika • Estate of Theresa R. Mazeika

Teresa Hirsch • Leonora Moreschi Karlock

Anne Keeler McBride ’48 • Patricia McBride Haines • Mark McBride • Matthew & Wieka McBride • Nancy Keeler McBride, Esq. • Mary Beth McBride Peabody

Mary Jordan, SSJ, Ph.D. • Estate of Catherine J. McConville

Helen McGee • Anthony & Camille Maglio

Eleanor Haug • Maglio Sausage Company

William and Norma Kanehann • Zubair Ahmad M.D. & Susan Kanehann Ahmad, M.D. ’77 For my Parents John and Catherine Klebacher • Dorothea Klebacher Magyar ’67 Catherine Knobbs, SSJ, Ph.D. • James & Anastasia Hagan Bacon, Ed.D. ’60

Margaret McNierney McPhillips ’57 • Rosemary Mahoney Boyle ’57 • George & Anne Oberholzer Gehring ’57 • Joseph McPhillips

Dorothy Miller • Anonymous

Patricia Mary O’Keefe Obrimski ’59 • Kathleen M. Donnelly ’59 Loretta Pavill • Anthony & Camille Maglio

Janice McDugall Pfeiffer ’71 • Sorority of the Class of 1971 Ida Rhodes • Anthony & Camille Maglio Mary Ann Cutrupia Romano • Sheldon Miller, Ph.D. (F) Joan Riethmiller, SSJ in Thanksgiving for the gift of her life • Brian Ortale, J.D. & Lynn Ortale, Ph.D. (A) Rosemary Peacock Rychlewski ’57 • Diane Napoli O’Grady ’57 Ann Malaney Savage ’57 • Rosemary Mahoney Boyle ’57 • John & Mary Ellen McClain Carson ’57 • Mary Cleary • George & Anne Oberholzer Gehring ’57 • Jean Peters Kinney ’59 • Bernice & Jack Manning • Richard & Ruth Muller • Elliott & Marsha Ober • Rosalie Panzer • Margaret & Jason Perreault • Linda & Edward Plamondon • Diane Plisky • John Savage Mary Day Schultz ’30 • John & Nancy Day Kelley, Ph.D. ’71

• Carol Piantone • Anthony & Rita Salamone • Frank Sessa*

Catherine Sladowski, M.D. ’66 • Francis & Mary O’Connor Gentile, Ed.D. ’66 Helen Branagan Thomas ’52 • Anonymous Mary Margaret O’Connell Truschel ’50 • Mary Levin Englebert ’50 • Mara Williams Oakes • Ann Meagher Williams ’50 Donald & Patricia Ryan Tully ’65 • Jerome & Martha Wilderotter McDevitt ’65 Patricia R. Kane-Vanni ’75 • Frances Vorsky ’05, ’07 SGS Thomas Vorsky • Frances Vorsky ’05, ’07 SGS Barbara Wales • Anthony & Camille Maglio William I. Weber • Elizabeth Sauter Weber ’74 Mary Alice “Topsy” Turvey White ’57 • Rosemary Mahoney Boyle ’57 • George & Anne Oberholzer Gehring ’57 George Wilson Sr., father of George Wilson Jr. • Brian Ortale, J.D. & Lynn Ortale, Ph.D. (A) Anne Butler Wigmore ’54 • John & Mary Alice Butler Warwick ’61 • William & Marguerite Stein Zuccarello ’58 Richard and Diane Zuck, parents of Sarah Zuck ’09 • Brian Ortale, J.D. & Lynn Ortale, Ph.D. (A)

Nancy Fallon Sea ’59 • Kathleen M. Donnelly ’59 Rosaleen Feehan Seifert ’58 • Thomas Seifert Veronica A. Sessa ’93 SCPS • Joseph & Rosemarie Basile • Joseph & Linda Cahill • Philip Giovinco Jr. & Diane Wachter • Patricia Marchese • Ms. Mary T. Mauceri

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DONOR REPORT

SCHOOL OF UNDERGRADUATE STUDIES CLASS GIVING

Undergraduate

The percentage listed next to each class represents the total participation rate for the fiscal year. For the 2012 fiscal year,

STUDIES

the SUS alumni participation rate was 21 percent.

Class of 1935 (50%) Estate of Mary Jackson Fitzsimmons Estate of M. Irene Testa Rotello

Class of 1937 (11%)

Josephine Benson Manfredi Delia Schiavi Melograna Regina Baust O’Donnell Eileen Hanks Suermann Dorothy Platner Way

Mary Higgins Langan

Class of 1943 (29%)

Class of 1939 (8%)

Rosemary McCarron Flannery, Esq. Betty Lou Froustet Catherine Austermehle Hrybyk Aileen Murphy Johnson Louise Sullivan O’Connor Ave Little Rawdon

Estate of Mary Thompson Wagman

Class of 1940 (44%) Margaret Kelly Baumgardner Madeline Conti Mary Katherine Schubert Denny Patricia Kilmartin Lee Bailey MacMurtrie Mary Barbara O’Neill Philpott Margaret Walsh Ryan

Class of 1941 (10%) Ruth Mulligan Rita Cresci Quinn

Class of 1942 (45%) Mary Gorman Brown-Jednak Madeleine Bennis Degnan Katherine Hinches Forsythe Elizabeth O’Flynn James Rita Cook Lade

Class of 1944 (23%) Jane Delaney Blank Mariagnes O’Neill Brown Sarah Hodson Connor Geraldine Kelly McDonough Lucille Cox Novotny Patricia O’Malley Pfizenmayer Helen Cunningham Roney

Class of 1945 (21%) Ann Holloway Charlesworth Mary Catherine O’Brien Fallon Mary Ann Keegan Catherine Winter McDonnell Pia Badt Troutman

Class of 1946 (29%) Anne Locke Bansbach Gloria Perla Coe Joan Haran Gloe Mary Therese Joyce Margaret Boyle Mahon Peggy Grant Malone Marjorie Erickson McDevitt Elizabeth MacFarland McKeown Joan Kinney Yanni

Class of 1947 (46%) Rose Anne Alfisi Blomer Rita Luczynski Brzezinski Joan Van Bourgondien Condit Mary Garneau Feketie Elizabeth Brown Foley Agnes Dennison Galop Anne M. DeVenuto Grey Shirley Kieser Hoberg Patricia Garrity Kasper Ellen Logue* Estate of Ellen Logue Helene Boffa McGuinn Ann Brady McIntosh Jeanne Grant O’Neill Eileen Regan Plichta Juanita Covas Swain Marianne Connor Warnick Mary Alice Dick Zink

Class of 1948 (41%) Mary Jane Dougherty Barry Jeanne Haesler Bebbington Marie Badecker Benas* Marie DiBerardino, Ph.D. Gertrude O’Donnell Donze A. Klair McGlynn Filarsky Frances McCarron Harper Patricia F. Kelleher Catharine Kiely Leydon Mary Claire O’Keefe McIntyre Loretta C. Moya Janet Smith Murphy Catherine Wilson O’Brien Mary Grace Uttinger Palis H. Jacqueline Jaixen Rabinovitz Mary Frances Reilly Rochford Doris Black Schaefer Marguerite D’Auria Szawlewicz Margaret Schachte Wells

Class of 1949 (22%) Patricia Tully Bannan Maude Meehan Belli Estate of Margaret Farley Bold Roberta Rini Cartlidge Kathryn Lippman Conte Elizabeth Webb Dixon Helen Austermehle Dykhoff Rita Sokol Eisler Kathleen Freiert Geiger Irene Smith Gillespie Ann Manning Honeycutt Dorothea McEvoy Jordan Kathleen Allen Kehoe Florence Jurewicz Korzinski Dolores Topoleski Pontone

Class of 1950 (50%) Irma Ashenbrenner Mary Connor Brandt Barbara MacCausland Clarke

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Patricia Casey D’Entremont Frances Horan Del Duca, Esq. Rosemary McGranery Dougherty Helen Robertshaw Emge Mary Levin Englebert Joan McGuigan Evans Therese Garvey Fox Elizabeth Meier Greene Shirlee Repak Gubernat Mary Crecca Kenny Marie Rosato King Gerda Steinhauer Koetter Helen Kurz Elizabeth Laufer, M.D. Therese Martin Lehigh Patricia Lawson McDaniel Regina Casey McLean Blanche Haviland Moore Joan Byrne Murphy Dorothy O’Brien Virginia Mitchell O’Neill Margaret McKernan Pfeifer Rosemary Carr Rinehart Rosemary Campbell Romasco Sally Quinney Ryan Patricia Stillmun Shelton Veronica Petrusky Suppa Marianne Taulane Ann Meagher Williams Helen Zeiser

Class of 1951 (48%) Bernardine Keeler Abbott Elizabeth Allen Catharine Gallagher Brockway Caryl Brown Anne Callery Carney Carolyn Baldino Conboy Mary Mahoney Corini Barbara Murray Dennen Kathleen Gillespie Patricia Higgins Green Theresa Hunt Imms


Barbara Alexander Kegelmeyer Suzanne Gleason Kennedy Phyllis Basenfelder Kennedy Joan Amberg Kineke Helen Gross King Susan Maloney Joan Fitzpatrick Marvin Micheline Paquet McCracken Joan McEntee Monfalcone Nancy Schmidt Murphy Mary Elizabeth Murphy Murray Ellen Mullany O’Laughlin Adelaide Brothers Palmer Bernadette Fortune Pettine Genevieve Koehler Sweet M. Regina O’Neill Thomas Therese Zogby

Class of 1952 (60%) Lorraine Mariani Albanese Mary Oakes Barba Mary Merz Berko Louise Bradley Pura Bigles Brennan Mary Ellen Carroll Brown Barbara Carli Claire Harrison Cocklin Joan Coyne Elizabeth Croake Virginia Lauman Cullen Ruth Wingel Doyle Joan Mathers Eaves Elizabeth Wright Fury Bettyanne Geikler Mary Alexander Graham Helen Gruber Mary Clare Martin Guinther Louise Burgoyne Kane Marie McDermott Keeley Geraldine Menzler Kelsey Joan Gerard Larkin Elizabeth Dinan Lutz Joan Schmitt Markham Louise McCoy Anne Duffy Mirsch Marie Harbina Mockler Mary Brady Mommessin Margaret Stehli Morris Anne Crowhurst O’Brien Joyce O’Neill Marita Howard O’Rourke Laura Hentz Remmey Joan Murray Reynolds Betty Ann O’Donnell Richter Joan Toohey Rochford

Mary Jane Mogey Shelly Roses O’Leary Stephens Helen D. Hoag Strobel Rosemary Boccella White

Class of 1953 (50%) Rita Ciotti Altman, Ed.D. Josephine Sciarrotta Bagley Margaret Smith Braca Elaine Burchill Corcoran Annette Seiler Coyle Peggy Anne Derham Dolan Constance Peacock Feraco Charlotte McClaskey Friel Mary Silcox Gleason Gloria Massey Harkins Marilyn Heitzman Kehoe Colette Robillard Kelly Maureen Reilly Leonhardt Eileen Connors Linehan Margaret Linnehan Joyce Scheer Lynch Barbara Piga Marcouiller Mary Martire Patricia McDonald Joan Wood McEnaney Anne McGeehan McGovern Kathleen Canedo Mee Estate of Joan Menaquale Nancy Leonard O’Connor Anna Connor O’Riordan, M.D. Agnes Dorasavage Palko Mary McCabe Shields Helene Hornyak Tuckwood Carmen Costanza Veit Janet MacCausland Welsh Selma Koury-Wunderlich

Dorothy Wludyka Matthews, M.D. Ann Brosseau McCall Mary Lou Stafford McGill Joan Shelley McLaughlin Ernestine Petorella Medeck Mary Resinski Murphy, M.D. Catherine O’Flaherty Elizabeth MacDuffie Reger Janice Arleth Reilly Joan Camillery Roche Maria MacCabe Ronca Judith Sullivan Elizabeth Krug Ulrich Anita Esposito Varga Irene Wagman Zielinski

Joanne Waldron Dwyer Catherine Condon Johnston Wilma Carson Kellerman, M.D. Lois Steppacher Lazzarino Mary Elizabeth Peek Mildred Renner Pfeifer Carolyn Deiter Piccone Patricia Johnson Rauch, Ph.D. Judith Dougherty Reidy Raquel Rodriquez-Rexach Elvira Cordasco Sax Jean Schwartz, M.D. Kathleen Bonner Schwartz Gwendolyn Feaster Trautwein Madeleine Glynn Whittaker

Class of 1955 (33%)

Class of 1956 (52%)

Joan McDermott Bellwoar Mary Juel Rockwell Boast Emily Landers Boyan Helen Devine Coen M. Carol Snyder Collins Joanne Rossberg DeSantis

MaryEllen McFadden Barry Maryann Wessel Beitel Janet Rutan Bowers Barbara Costigan Brennan Ellen Whiteside Byrne Beverly Kray Connolly

Christine Brennan Conover Regina Cuta, M.D. Beatrice Jungblut Dante Nancy Quinton Falls Charlotte Branagan Farley Margaret Fleming, SSJ Constance Bissell Gleeson Anne Daly Holland Jane Ellen Higgins Kelly, Ed.D. Betty Amici Larson Marianne Miller Patricia Belcher Monaghan Barbara Griffiths Olivieri Martha Freiling Peterson Maryanne Franklin Rodzewich Carroll Griffey Ryan Clare Shanahan Marylou Dughi Sklar Eleanor Craig Utzig Agnes Costello Walker Patricia Andris Walsh Lynn Murray White

Class of 1954 (43%) Eileen O’Rourke Atkinson Marie McCridden Burke Joan Alford Callahan Rose Ann Baron Clarke Madeleine Gercke Costigan Clara McNierney Doyle Mary Wiesner Edell Ann Wiesner-Glickman Pamela Orsini Grimmé Virginia Redmond Grover Grace Corr Haenn Anne Smith Jahn Anne Branagan Letter M. Elizabeth Logan Patricia Crane Lynch

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Class of 1957 (57%) Marie Meaney Adolph Judith Simcoe Alexander Anne Dever Bancroft Anna Marie Barone Constance Murray Becker Marie Pelliccio Berenato Rosemary Mahoney Boyle Mary Ellen McClain Carson Rosemarie Schmitt Clark Rosemary Costanzo Margaret Walsh Davies Therese Schreiber DeFoney Maryanne Rafferty Dunmire Patricia Amend Ellard Mary Jane Harford Ferro Anne Oberholzer Gehring Barbara Dolan Hanley Jean Williams Harris Arlene Hausmann Kathryn Peters Hill Margaret Mary McDermott Keeler Roxanne Talley King Elizabeth Harvey Majane Estate of Theresa Mazeika Mary Spence McCue Beverly Johnston McIntyre Annunciata Torrese Milani Regina Beck Moynihan Irene Nowak Musman Suzanne Sullivan O’Brien Diane Napoli O’Grady Dolores A. Reiff C. Patricia O’Hara Rutter Rosemary Peacock Rychlewski* Ann Malaney Savage* Joan McFadden Sawoski Lynne Fowler Scarpiello Kathleen Gercke Silk Katherine Labrecque Skiba Phyllis Sullivan Stacy Miriam Fenerty Sullivan Livia Anne Fusaro Whiting

Class of 1958 (44%) Maryanne Hahl Anderson, Ph.D. Elizabeth Eckenroth Beretta Clare McConnell Brown Rosemarie O’Brien Cleaver Virginia Reilly Coester Mary Catherine Curran Suzanne K. Dufrasne Estate of Joan Enright Patricia Gallagher Fleck

Joan McDermott Forry Mary Jane Pasha Franco Joanne Fay Gibbs Sarah Mansell Guilfoyle Myra Hayes Sonia Gotay Hernandez Gwendolen Forsyth Hurley Barbara Merck Kearns Suzanne Sanders Lawson Marianne Sim Lee Joanne Ryan Luecke Cecilia Greene McCarthy Regina Gercke McConnell Maureen MacLean McCord, Esq. M. Eileen Foxhill McGlone Margaret Quinn Mohr Angela Romano Moore Joan Kleckner Rice Barbara Hurlbrink Schwitzer Margaret Walsh Shubnell Jean Campbell Sterling Ann Rusnack Sorgenti Mary Maines Sullivan Marie Roche Sweeney Lois Hoffner Udicious Helen Gleeson Wachendorfer Denise Bonner Wall Dorothy Holmes Wentland Helen McCann Williams Janice Kitley Yurasek Marguerite Stein Zuccarello

Class of 1959 (38%) Hattie Davey Baier Mary Ann Miller Beatty, Ph.D. Helen Nolan Bischoff Miriam Quinn Blimm Martha Wohlfert Cacciamani Margaret Dickinson Campbell Young-Shin Chang Barbara Harron Delaney Anne Caruso Desy Kathleen M. Donnelly Barrie Thomas Fahey Deborah Dougherty Flint Eleanor Mason Gulczynski Patricia Kelly Holt Anne Harvie Howard Patricia Harford Hueber Charlotte Kelley Hyer Jean Peters Kinney Raimonda Binkis Kontrimas Janet Dugansky Lonney Carole Storch O’Dwyer

Mimi Whiteside Pruett Anna Dechet Reller Barbara Stoll Russell Phyllis Gott Shea Jane Grasso Sinek Kathleen McDermott Strott Marguerite McLaughlin Thomas Ann Brennan Toner E. Barry Dolaway Woolson

Class of 1960 (34%) Carol Cheleden Alcorn Anastasia Hagan Bacon, Ed.D. M. Claudette Rupp Bayer Patricia Doran Benkovic Mary Hurley Birch Deborah Daly Bohan Roseanne Burke Brennan Bernadine McGrath Brown Marion Gioffre Buddo Helen Kates Casey Mary Lee Rothwell Corr Mildred Murphy DeRiggi, Ph.D. Marie Micale Dumbra Mary Doyle Hanna Eileen Long Hessman Anne DePiano Holderness Joan Koenig Hynes Mary Serroi Jaklevic, M.A. Judith Bourgeois Jensen Mary O’Neil Keegan Henriette Horchler Leanos, Ph.D. Barbara D’Iorio Martino Barbara Wenthe McCarthy Michele Mustello Marianne Waldeier Noll Mary Magee Onofrietto, Ph.D. Anne March Roan Margaret Ryan Christine Desrochers Smith Patricia Walsh Sterner Regina Voelker Tauke Anne Brannan Teufel Helen Mikula Vassily Kathleen Wagner Mary Gallagher Wattis

Class of 1961 (37%) Carol Gray Bacica Ellen Barrett Elissa Imbriaco Breiling Maripat Martin Brophy Nancy Nuffort Brown Katherine Alcamo Cardali

Leona Paolina Cassidy Maureen Gillen Chan Jo Ann Ewadinger Connelly Ann Tushim Csink Barbara Donovan Barbara Gallo Draper Catherine Brannan Dunn Joanne McGee Espenshade Jeanne Labrecque Gagliano Mary Isabel Lambert Glenn Beatrice Gallagher Grabish Rosemary Murphy Gulati Sandra Johnson Helverson Maureen Dearie Husk Patricia Orna LeVarn Judith Hadden Lutolf Marilyn Johnson McCarron Helen Baum Miller V. Sheila Boyle Otto Margaret Lynch Panas Barbara Holm Quinn Linda McKenna Roxe Susan Enright Ryan Nancy Koonmen Schmidtmann Arlene Diziki Scott Rosemary Amberg Spezzo Verna Brugger Stockmal Kathleen Mahoney Sykes Mary Louise Tackas Angela Clement Tague Elaine Bevevino Trevey Barbara Ullery Mary Alice Warwick

Class of 1962 (61%) Catherine Albanese, Ph.D. Mary West Ball Clare Cannon Breene Marylin Unger Burke Eugenie Callaghan Mary Christenson, M.D. Eileen McCoy Cioffi Mary Coady Eileen Bradley Dever-Stonier Maureen Masterson Doern Kathleen Braun Dollenberg Jeanne Collins Donovan Barbara Stroud Doyle Marian Brogan Ehnow Noel Riley Gallagher Adrienne Donaghue Gallagher Margaret O’Donnell Garrett Eileen D’Arcy Garvey Linda Hirsh Glasgow

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Patricia Tichenor Greer Ellen Brunot Greiner Loretto Humphreys Kathleen Boyle Jarvis Mary Laffan King Carol-Ann Klauser-Black Kathleen Kugler Irene Loughman Kutner Catherine A Hohmann Lederhaas Sandra Glynn Lippe Carol Reedy Lobdell Barbara McNulty Lowrey Catherine Ondrey Mailloux Maria Maio-Carlock Kathleen Kane Mann Denise Love McDaid Margaret Mary Green McLaughlin Diane Gillies Momich Elizabeth Halasz Moore Antoinette Gazzillo Morello Margaret Conlan O’Brien Marie McKelvey Oakes-O’Connor Annemarie Fliegel Quigley Alexandra Masiuk Rakowsky Helen McDermott Redding Mary Petriella Ruvo Mary Ellen McGrath Saunders Margaret Clark Schott Betty Anne Power Schwarz Ellen Kelley Sheehan Rosanne Grasmeder Steitz Sara Young Stoll Maureen Schmidt Thielens Mary Walker Tompkins Marie Genova Traxler Joyce Renzulli Wuenschel

Class of 1963 (38%) Patricia May Agger Anne Albarelli Mary Ruth Wiegard Becker Carolyn Bensel, Ph.D. Natalie Nolan Berkey Marion Williams Berry Janice Glocheski Brunner Mary Flannery Calise Catherine Devlin Elizabeth Dugan Theresa Eaman Linda Davis Evans Kathleen Finnegan Kathleen Heidere Ford Gertrude Dearie Frekko Anita Jeutter Gledhill


Lynn Cozza Goodman M. Paula Nyhart Gowen Cecilia Hunt Gregory Mary Jo Collins Griffin Mary Ann Conway Gursky, Esq. Deanna Drake Hagan Sandra Cupini Hagenbarth Geraldine Eble Hamilton Rose Anne Di Santo Hannum Catherine O’Donoghue Helwig Jeanne Bireline Henderson M. Joan McGonigal Hofmann Joanne Santarone Johnston Alison Turnbull Kelley Mary Grace Grall Killmer Cecile Heebner Knies Zenaida Ancheta Krablin Joan Pietras McAuliffe Joanne McFadden McBride M. Eileen McDonough, Ed.D. Angele Vial McGrady, Ph.D. Mary Aldrich Merman Cynthia Burlick Murphy Dolores Horrigan Ozar Frances McCullen Pierce Elizabeth Sieburg Richter Josephine Cimino Rudolph Anne De Stefano Salvatore, Ph.D. Carroll Lanman Schleppi Patricia McGee Sharkey Katherine Roach Sullivan Joan Willey Thirion Mary Ludwig Weinmann Elizabeth Tucker Werner

Class of 1964 (32%) Marylee Noonan Amato Virginia Pachence Azzariti Mary Moore Baker Pamela Ann Black, Ed.D. Alice Ann Goldkamp Bossow Linda Marino Bullard Barbara Cruse Lois Love Deibert Anne O’Shea Devlin Margaret Jarosh Doyle Diane Neary Ewing Mary Tynebor Fearn Regina Fleming Dolores Furlan Paula Murphy Gallagher Mary Goldschmidt Galloway Joyce Finnegan Garrison Marianne Carlson Hall

Virginia Hayes Grace McGlynn Herold M. Eileen Janssen Lois Kittredge Margaret Sewell Krivda Mary Jo Bonner Lubas, M.D., Ph.D. Lorraine Cajano Minecci Carol Neri Dorothy Palatucci Denise Murphy Phillips M. Nancy Burczewski Portland Amelia Petitti Quaremba, Ph.D. Margaret Jackson Quinn Susan Reed Mary Ellen Scanlan, Ph.D. Jo-Anne Fatibene Semmel Mary Schuhsler Spangler, Ed.D. Sally Cavanaugh Strike Jerilyn Louis Tierney Lois Trench-Hines Maureen Clarie Ulakovic Mary Ann Costello Yankosky

Class of 1965 (30%) Carol Lowe Ambacher Patricia Chiri Bell Joan Goldschmidt Browne Elaine Bennett Davey Sheila Corcoran Doyle Mary Sullivan Esseff, Ph.D. Margaret Ann Feeny Annabelle Siconolfi Flynn Kathleen Reilly Gallagher Marie Sclafani Goldkamp Isabelle Walsh Gundaker Mollie Brown Ingram Elizabeth Newmiller King Mary Hennessey Krutulis Marybeth Honeyman Leary Pamela Wood Leutwyler Katherine Magee, Esq. Patricia Jeskey McDermott Martha Wilderotter McDevitt Elaine Palmer Meisinger Elizabeth Wible Molloy, Ph.D. Sheila Murphey, M.D. Susan Brown Penrose Nancy Diamond Roche Phyllis Roche Linda Nolan Rosecan Regina Maxwell Schwille Jane Schallis Sebestyen Loretta Canalichio Steinmetz

Class of 1966 (31%) Jane Bentz Atesoglu Martina McCarthy Ball Joanne Park Batzig Nancy Denny Chancler M. Christina Ryder Clark Elizabeth Burns Cusack The Honorable Louise Di Renzo Donaldson Elizabeth Jachimowicz Fanuzzi Mary Alice Stein Feichtel Mary O’Connor Gentile, Ed.D. Virginia Ott Grant Carol-Jane Piltz Guardino E. Michelle Sprague Guerard Sandra Denenberg Hohberger Mary Angela Heller Howard, Esq. Julia Heitzman Koechlin Jo Anne DiGiacomo Lechowicz Ann Gilsenan List Kathryn McFadden MacDonald Nancy McDonald Mason Mary Mulderry Mattson Donna Carlino McCoyd Joan Coletti Metallo Nonie Glennon Murphy Mary Delia Tye Neuman, Ph.D. Elaine Miskuff Olson JoEllen Noonan Parsons Lorraine A. Revello Mary Kaufmann Ryan Mary Lou Sciarrillo Patricia Brumberger Shields Susan O’Brien Snyder Christine Eidsness Tan-Tisunthorn Eileen Murphy Voegele Susan Smith Wallis Margaret Seidel Walton

Class of 1967 (45%) Louise Loia Aaronson Constance Miller Anderson Mary Jo Platten Barbi Mary Gallagher Boyle Judith Brown Joanne Bonavita Budwick Noreen Kraska Caivano Margaret Kress Carson Anne McDyre Cheney Eileen Menegus Debesis, Ph.D. Tina Rita DeLucia, Esq. M. Kathy Tigh Detrano Catherine Devlin Marilyn Hennessey DiMuro

Bobbie Chukuntarod ’13.

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Linda Taraborrelli Donahue Kathleen Keirle Dougherty, Ph.D. Sandra Kuback Dowling Juliette Fox Eastwick Nancy Keller Eck Eugenie Dausey Fleming Janice Martin Foster Kathleen Foulkrod Georgeson Suzanne Dames Gibbs Diane Taglialatela Green Margaret Brabazon Henry Maryl Michiels Hitchings Barbara Jani Joan McFadden Jernée Margaret Coffey Kelleher, Ph.D. Patricia Walsh King Joan Burger King Katherine Ferguson Knox Nancy Del Valle Korbeck Mary Lynn Kuhn Kathleen Herzog Larkin, Esq. Anne Cashman Lilly Marlene Bonacci Lynch Margaret Judge Lynch Dorothy Kushlis MacFarlane, M.D. Dorothea Klebacher Magyar Kathleen Malaney, M.D. Marian Fanning McNamara, M.D. Denise Gray Meehan Barbara Merdiushev Margaret C. Moran (AD) Mary Jane Briggs Morgan Jean Brennan Pivetz Mary F. Quinn Stephanie Genova Quirk Mary Louise Ryan Kathleen Campbell Schugsta Pilar Pinili-Silva, Esq. Elizabeth Smith Margaret DiSanto Storti Marilea Swenson Elizabeth Zamal Tarquinto Kathleen Watson Mary Kunberger Wehrmann Kathleen Weibel Antoinette Whitmore

Class of 1968 (18%) Rosalie Marinari Akouka, M.D. Kathleen Clauss Borkowski Barbara McNamara Cubby Faith Peoples Dillon Molly Walsh Donovan, Ph.D. Maryann Campbell Gans

Patricia Quinn Hayden Joan Edmund Husted Rosa Teresa Lee Joan Lunney, Ph.D. Margaret McKee Madison Rosemary Marino Mangano Constance Brown Masciangelo Paula Ippolito McCarthy Ellen L. Miller Miriam Berry Moore Penny Grelis Morrison Betsy Patterson-Patterson Rosemarie Litterio Shannon Teresa Clark Trudeau Nina Buckley Yeager

Class of 1969 (19%) Eileen Husted Anderson Carol Dragonetti Avicolli Eleanor Yoa Ayers Barbara Maher Bur Judith E. Campbell Gioia Cianciosi Anastatia Volpack Durante Suzanne Edwards Gaffney Milrose Gallun N. A. Gillen Kathy Fowler Goodyear Susan Rapp Halczenko Margaret Johnson Susan Taylor Kelly Margaret Kirby Lucia Katherine Marschall, M.D. Margaret Matthews Kathleen McNicholas, M.D. Eileen Walker Phoebus Joan Pollitt Rebecca Preece Katherine Safford Ramus, Ed.D. Mary Lou Smith Waltrich Carolyn Maziarz Williams Teresa Rhodes Wolliard

Class of 1970 (27%) Marilyn Sutton Adomanis Kathleen Vath Campbell Patricia Canning (S) Claire Cifaloglio M.D. Vionette Pietrantoni de Inclán Barbara Walker Erhard Sally Mauchly Fitzsimmons Claudia MacFadden Fletcher Mary C. Gallagher

Linda Heintzelman Gesell Mary Ann Haggerty, M.D. Mary Margaret Hamill Maria Pugliese-Hieble, M.D. Anne Marie Kiehne Grace Wu Ku Jane Serrada Lang Joan Loreng Susan Forster Lowery Christine Peterson Lynn Diane Hugues McGinty Patricia Cholewinski Nicholson Nadine Morse Noble Judith Anne Paul Judith Perkins Janet Brown Quintal Suzanne Talarico Russo Donna Plamondon Scully Diane Stanczak Elizabeth Shafer Tetenbaum Katherine Barrett White Kathleen Beaty Young A. Clarice Zaydon, M.D.

Sallyann Bowman, M.D. Patricia Caldwell Maureen Dixon Cass Carol Crisci, Esq. Linda Malinowski Cunningham Caroline M. Devine Anna Faris DiFranco Andrea Varricchio-DiVito, Ph.D. Denise Errico Duffy Mary Lynne McCarthy Ekdahl Frances Ferrari Kathryn O’Neill Fisher Frances Bonanni Hay Kathleen Mooney Hennessey Andrea Jackson Huber Ellen Loughran, Ph.D. Elizabeth Lunney Catherine Capilato McKeown Anne Meade Margaret Hetzer Stuart Mary Kaszuba Toth* Kathleen Carlin Weiss Rose Betz-Zall

Class of 1971 (20%)

Class of 1973 (15%)

Margaret Betz, Ph.D. Clare Hamilton Bohnett Mary Ann Ballisty Bonner Monica Cetrullo Costlow Roseanne O’Hanlon Duzinski Anna Marie Baker Ennis Barbara Sailer Hee Susan Beyer Henschel Nancy Day Kelley, Ph.D. (AD) Rosemary Hunt Kurtz Elizabeth Lamb Lillie Marilyn McCarthy Marschel The Honorable Frederica Massiah-Jackson Mary Virginia Ebbecke Mayer Rita McCloskey Miziorko Catherine Myers Susan M. Pisano Frances Rafferty, Esq., Ph.D. Mary Hutko Scholl Joy Supil Siegel Ann Marie Smith Sielski Barbara Wilson St. John Rosemary McGroarty Sullivan, Esq. Kathleen Wall Mary Kelly Whalen

Anne Brennan Mary Little Collins Sally Ann Ayerle Corbley Catherine Cubbin Deborah Stanton Czmarko Glenda Battistini Daulerio Kristine Fox Garcia Mary Tyler Muldoon Holmes Carmencita Chafey Jimenez Mary Catherine Lowery M. Katherine McCarty Monaghan M. Elizabeth Green Perkins M. Gervase Rosenberger, Esq.

Class of 1972 (20%) Margaret Helbling Baumann Christine Scott Beck

Class of 1974 (23%) Paula DeSanctis Bonavitacola Carlota Garcia Colberg Janet Powers Dunne Margaret Englebert Barbara Barth Faherty Marybeth Egan Fedyna Elizabeth Mallon Hunter Anita Kan Mary Sher Kenney Mary Lenore Keszler, M.D. Mary Kinahan-Ockay Joan Cook Krov Susan Lyons Madelyne Kasper McKee

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Mary O’Gorman Murray Patricia Harper Petrozza, M.D. Virginia Schwabenland Rowan Rosemarie Tort-Schroeter Kathleen Liebel Scioli Deborah Bugdal Stevenson Mary Jean Frye Stewart Ann King Vaccaro Leona Valentine Elizabeth Sauter Weber Anne Guardino Yaccarino

Class of 1975 (21%) Linda Avila Constance Way Dempsey Janine Delaveau Dwyer Marian Princivalle Ellis Wanda Feletski Maureen Clynes Gardiner Susan Berko Glass Jane Tomalonis Gursky Sandra Panitz Haley Lynne Huddleston-Ruff Denise Roney McGonigal Nancie Ann Kenny Moebius Denise Haskins Paolella Maureen Moffatt Parassio Susan Prince Cynthia Strolle Regina Williams Tate, Esq. Mary Capece Weinstein Angela-Jo Castranova Wetzel Carol Voelmle Zemnick

Class of 1976 (28%) Sharon Cameron Baldwin Mimi Strolle Bender Marguerite Brady Mary E. Brandt, Ph.D. Sandra Bumgardner, Psy.D. Christine Ferraro Daniels Diane Scicchitano Dannenfelser Regina Kenny Davenport Marianne Valvardi Dwyer Alida Scarafone Freeman Mary Ann Velten Gilman Anne Marie O’Donnell Housel Katherine Crosson Hylinski Sheila Kennedy, SSJ, Ph.D. Deborah Warner Kosciw Mary Ellen O’Laughlin, Esq. Kathleen O’Pella Mary Degnan Phelps Anne Marie Rowan


Nathaniel Tharp ’13 wasn’t supposed to be here. Following surgery for a serious ankle injury at 13, doctors didn’t think he would ever walk again without a cane — effectively crushing a childhood dream.

A System of

Support Nathanial Tharp ’13 and his mother, Amy Falcone.

“The College was giving us more than we were giving them, really. And we’ve always instilled in our children the importance of being a good steward of the things we’re fortunate to have.” “I pleaded, ‘Please don’t tell him,’” recalls his

the chance to be an inaugural member of

donations to The Hill Athletic Club in each of

knee injury in his sophomore year. But he

mother, Amy Falcone. “All Nate ever wanted

Griffins men’s lacrosse. His parents liked the

the past three years. That support helps

returned to the team the next season,

was to play lacrosse. He’d say, ‘I’m gonna play

close-knit, Catholic community and mission

to enhance the experience and performance

working his way back into the lineup and

this game forever.’”

of molding productive citizens of the world.

of student-athletes both on the field and

earning “Most Improved Player” honors.

A second surgery, 13 months of physical

“There’s a support system there that has

therapy, and 10 months on crutches later,

meant everything for Nate,” Falcone said.

“It’s meant a lot to see Nate have the full

Nate proved the doctors wrong. He made his

“Coach [Brian] Dougherty and coach

College experience — something I wish I

freshman lacrosse team in high school and

[Mike] Terranova and the others have

could have had,” Falcone said. “The College

never looked back.

always been there for him. When he’s had

was giving us more than we were giving them,

something he can’t handle, he could lean

really. And we’ve always instilled in our children

on them and be guided through it.”

the importance of being a good steward of the

“It became an all-year-round thing,” said Falcone, a nurse residing near Gaithersburg, Maryland. “His outlet.” Numerous colleges recruited Tharp, but Chestnut Hill stood out — in particular,

Appreciating the impact the College has had on their son, the Falcones have made significant

in the classroom.

things we’re fortunate to have.” Tharp still feels the effects of the ankle injury, and his mettle was tested again with a serious

As importantly to his parents, he stayed on track to graduate with an accounting degree. He’s also following in their philanthropic footsteps, managing a campaign to get the team new helmets as his senior gift. By January, he had raised more than $4,000, while learning a valuable lesson. “If you’re generous, people may see that and follow suit,” Falcone said.

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DONOR REPORT

July 1, 2011 – June 30, 2012

REUNION GIVING FUND CLASS

EVERY FIVE YEARS, ALUMNI ARE ASKED TO CONSIDER A SPECIAL GIFT TO HONOR their memories of Chestnut Hill College and each other. For some, it is to increase their most recent gift, and for others, it is to make a special gift for the first time. Reunion year alumni are invited to choose from a variety of options that reflect their interest in specific needs of the College. These options include:

• The Griffin Fund – essential unrestricted support for day-to-day operations.

• Endowment – restricted gifts for student scholarships; academic programs.

• Other Gift Designations – such as student life, campus ministry, athletics, counseling center, Logue Library, special class funds, or specific department programs.

All Reunion class gifts received from July 1, 2011 through June 30, 2012 are counted toward the total dollars each class raises and toward their respective class participation rate.

Class of 1977 (24%) REUNION YEAR

NO. OF DONORS

PARTICIPATION RATE

1937

75th

1

11%

1942

70th

10

45%

1947

65th

17

46%

1952

60th

40

60%

1957

55th

42

57%

1962

50th

55

61%

1967

45th

60

45%

1972

40th

25

20%

1977

35th

21

24%

1982

30th

18

18%

1987

25th

10

11%

1992

20th

6

8%

1997

15th

13

15%

2002

10th

2

3%

2007

5th

3

3%

323

28%

TOTAL

Kathleen McCarron Sikora Anne E. Tezak Margaret Brattini Vollmer Anita Haskins Wise

Susan Kanehann Ahmad, M.D. Lauren Maria Phillips Brennan Cecily Craig Alice Ann Gricoski Dachowski, M.D. Patti Grossman Deutsch Cecelia Englebert-Passanza (AD) Joanne Thomer Facci Rosy Fernández, Ph.D. Teresa Barth Gervasio Doris Blizzard Kurash Lucille Palaszewski Kwasizur Margaret Carney McCaffery Joan Dougherty Pierson Mariann Pokalo, Ph.D. Marian Mulville Post Linda Govern Quinn Karen Quinn Salamon Patricia Shustock Scott, O.D. Marina Giachin Sues Casandra Hughes Tancredi Irene Ampthor Tori

Class of 1978 (15%) Mary Conway Arnone Ann Curran Brown Merce Chafey Mary Jo Dagney Maria De Luca Rita Gallo Anna Giacalone, D.M.D. Laura McCandless Green Kathleen McFadden Heffelfinger Maryanne Kane, Ph.D. Suzanne Raymus Kuhn Cecilia Mohl McAleer Nancy McCarthy Pashley Helene Regetta Bernardine Hugues Steinmetz

Class of 1979 (11%) Mary Augustine Barbara McCormack Buonora Diane Heverline DeWitt Christina Dougherty, VMD Margaret Feraco Frampton Mary Ann McGill Muller Mary Brady Reil

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Claudia Robertone Amy Doyle Welin Christina Demetrovits Woody

Class of 1980 (10%) Dolores Aversa Jayne Higgins Avery Joann Bowes Bowes-Taylor Lynne Silverio Carpenter Marianne De Rosa De Alessi Jeanne Kemp Fleischer Angela Harris Patrice Owens Hartung Catherine McCallum Margarita Mongil-Kwoka (AD) Susan Corcoran Pigg, Ph.D. Barbara Boyd Ward

Class of 1981 (15%) Jeanne Baffa, M.D. Gina Martins Brown Elaine Patelunas Copeland Angela Promutico DiSanto Samuella Lazzara Donnelly Piera Infranco Gravenor Joan Lind Mary Anne Tomaselli Matthews Colleen Mulhern Riccio Linda McCarthy Schanz Tracey Dever Simpson Jeanne Keffer Sneeder Genevieve Dagney Sparano Susan Doyle Tumulty Jane Randall Conlon-Werner, Ph.D.

Class of 1982 (18%) Joyce Adams-Wert Maureen Keashon Dwyer Carmella Fanelle, D.D.S. Ellen Seiberlich Hardy Siobhan McEnaney-Hayes Marie Hejnosz Lisa Rounds Hoke Lynnanne Kasarda, M.D. Carlene LaBella Deon Kathleen Valvardi Lang Mary Tobin Macaluso Maryellen Britt Miller Maria Pascale-Boni Theresa Smith Patricia Keys Thomas Deborah Sonntag Tredinnick Beverley Patrone Uniacke, M.D. Jane Hagarty Wagner

Class of 1983 (11%) Susan Wentland Brobst, Ph.D. Anne Dwyer Cyliax Gina DiGiuseppe, Esq. Mary Fay Regina McDonald Gebka Marion Clinger Hanuschek Grace Voigt Kozrad Catherine Maloney Anne Marie Maguire O’Connell Bridgette Martin Speights Alice Mary Connolly Zenner

Class of 1984 (12%) Margaret Barry Joyce Miller Delap Gillian Horna Dezzutto Mary Agnew Dunleavy Colleen Finley Lisa Porter Kuh Mary Beth Higgins Livolsi Patricia Klammer MacCluen Elizabeth Anne Niessen Kathleen O’Boyle (AD) Mary Frances Soglia Okonski Alison Porter Joan Righter Price, Esq. Joanne Selinski, Ph.D. Elizabeth A. Schlosser

Class of 1985 (11%) Catherine Ard Laura Malisheski Connelly Dorothy Murray Foley Mary Zuccarini Gordon Joann Gallagher Jones, Esq. Susan Magee Kephart Jill Kelton Minor Madeline Braca Palac Lisa Barone-Papa Karen Helverson Schoenborn

Class of 1986 (11%) Tara Columb Lisa Anne Roney Haas Maureen McFadden Holley, D.M.D. Colleen Gomlak Jungers Amanda Gordon Mammele Patricia Perrotti Susan Roberts Radomski Martha Ranc, Ph.D. Susan Vath

Bernadette Walsh Ana Mai Wong-Trainor, Esq.

Class of 1987 (11%) Patricia Cunningham Baratta Alicia Bogie Fitzpatrick Diane Wasyluk Iardella Isemuan Ighodalo Michele Mutch Sheila Murphy Palermo Kathleen Shea Pié Kathleen Prihoda Schwartz Lynn Mulvaney Sharp Marianne McGurk Wallaesa

Class of 1988 (5%) Elizabeth Albertoli Becker Jane Marie Fearn-Zimmer, Esq. (AD) Marybeth Eskesen Pavlik Charlene Zebrowski

Class of 1989 (12%) Alice Campbell Caroline Reilly Dignan, M.D. Michele Petrucci Marjorie Scott Mary Sylvester Thompson Audra Meckler Wallis Susan Monaghan Williams

Class of 1990 (5%) Brenda Gala DeStefano Theresa Walsh Grabowski Renee A. Haggerty Lara Doyle Iannetta

Class of 1991 (7%) Rosemary Haenn Catherine Lavelle Kessmeier, Esq. Kristin MacDonald King Michelle Schlindwein Pulcinella Gretchen Ann Reilly, Ph.D.

Class of 1992 (8%) Nancy Burton Dellavecchia Treasa Lubrano Esposito Amanda Freed Catherine Lockyer Moulton Mia Flynn Payne Andrea Pasquarello Peterson

Class of 1993 (5%)

Class of 2000 (3%)

Patricia Lemanowicz Collins Elizabeth Krumm Sampson Dianne Vagnini Jennie Campbell Winning, D.O.

Bridget McGovern Barbara Sliker Weikert

Class of 1994 (6%) Amy McLeer Christine Westrum Porter Julie Prichett Carol Nash Purcell, Esq. Jodie King Smith Odelee Wint

Class of 1995 (1%) Erin Clarke

Class of 1996 (6%) Tamara Friend Christine Coll Hancock Kristin Heiser Krywy Jeannette Defrancesco Sherman Joan Trainor Simmons

Class of 1997 (15%) Nicole Irwin Blum Cindy Marx Davidson Lisa Domico, Ph.D. Debra Washington Hathorn Michelle Leshko Kaschak Ann M. Keer Jennifer Kelly Diana Barnett Kudes, M.D. Carolyn Sagendorph Montgomery Joy Ramzy Linda Tarini Alyce Taylor Bridget Mahon Willoughby

Class of 1998 (6%) Rieke Baize Jessica Bowman Dodson Bridget Glaeser Maryanne L. Walsh (AD)

Class of 1999 (5%) Zori Mustin Bragg Andrea Desantis Kerr Laura Matey

Class of 2001 (2%) Kathryn Sonnie

Class of 2002 (3%) Felicita Medina Devon Wilshe Weaver

Class of 2003 (9%) Coleen Bant Anna O’Conor Hinson Margaret E. Mitchell Danielle Conlen Sabato Sarah Thornburg Karen S. Wendling, Ph.D. (F)

Class of 2004 (6%) Stephanie Rendine Morris (AD) Karen Speers Maureen Stolzer Diana Sucharski

Class of 2005 (7%) Theresa Klein Abraham Adrianne Zemnick Fuscellaro Jennifer Johnson Kebea Jennifer Mowad Frances Vorsky

Class of 2006 (7%) Joan Calhoun Angela Garofalo Theresa Ryan Patricia Duffy Shacklett Sandra Yeck

Class of 2007 (3%) Suzanne Arthurs George Roitzsch (AD) Gregory Webb

Class of 2008 (4%) Cheryl McCants Clarke Mark Hammons (AD) Christian P. Kuczynski Teresa Hughes Kimberly Wehrle

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DONOR REPORT

2012 SENIOR CLASS GIFT DRIVE

Class of 2009 (5%) Jeffrey Ambrose Jessica Day Alexander Kowalski Brian Lackman Anne Pearsall Kierstin Teske-White Natalie Trevino

GRADUATE

IN HONOR OF

Fadiah Bazar ’12

Maribel Bazar, Harb Bazar, Marisol Rosado, and Jose Rosado

Class of 2010 (4%)

Nichole Brown ’12

Family and Friends

Vernon Cheatham ’12

Dr. Jessica Kahn and Dr. Dominic Cotugno

Dawn Chester ’12

Kerry Chester and Family

Stephanie Christman ’12

Family and Friends

Cheryl McCants Clarke ’08, ’12 SGS

Dr. Sara Kitchen, Dr. Elaine Green, and Dr. Barbara Hogan

Kaitlyn Burdziak Maria I. Concepcion Christopher Cordaro Derek Pascarella Sarah Possinger Cherice Stewart Richardson Ryan T. Spinka

John Demas ’12

John and Donna Demas

David Forster ’12 Sheena K. Harris ’11

Dr. Carol Pate

Erica R. Hart ’12

Kerry Hart, Bob Hart, and Bryan Hart

Leslie Hoover ’12

Sister Nancy DeCesare, IHM, Ph.D.

Jessica Horton ’12

Eleanor and Janet Ruehmling

Valerie Horvath ’12

Bonnie and Michael Horvath

Jason R. Janosov ’12

Robert and Marie Janosov

Kellie Jingozian ’12

Mom and Dad

Jennifer Jones ’12

Susan Magee, Dr. Kimberley Leahy and the Communications Department

Amri Love ’12

Sister Margaret Thompson, SSJ

Thomas Mazza ’11

Biology Faculty

Esther McCrea ’11

Dr. Suzanne del Gizzo and Dr. Barbara Lonnquist

Christopher Moore ’12

Jim and Cheryl Moore

Daniel Morgan ’12

Bob and Carol Morgan

Nick Porretta ’12

Pete and Sharon Porretta

Doris Robinson ’12

Family and Friends

Class of 2011 (5%) Allison Antonini Nicholas Corey Alexander Duffy Daniel Etherton Kelly Kolson Deborah L. Monsey Maria Pelone Theresa Polidoro-Hastings

Laura Rubolina ’12 Brenda Simmons ’12 SCPS

Norman Bell and Leslie Wilson-Myers

Lauren Smith ’12

Diane and Edward Smith

Caroline Stutz ’12

Math Department

Kaitlyn Marie Vile ’12

Jan and Dan Vile

Yannick Wallace ’12

Dr. Barbara Lonnquist; Sister Cecelia Cavanaugh, SSJ; Susan Magee; Dr. Fran Lassiter; Debesai Solomon; and Dr. Suzanne del Gizzo

Christina Walsh ’12

Dr. Jacqueline Reich and Sister Barbara Nolan, SSJ

Kristen Wasson ’12

Mom and Dad

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DONOR REPORT

ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIPS

scholarships

ENDOWED

Chestnut Hill College thanks the following donors for contributing to established scholarships during the 2012 fiscal year.

ROBERT H. AGNEW ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP Estate of Robert H. Agnew

CLASS OF 1950 ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP Mary Levin Englebert ’50 Mary Crecca Kenny ’50 Mara Williams Oakes Ann Meagher Williams ’50

CLASS OF 1967 ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP Robert & Louise Loia Aaronson ’67 Frank & Constance Miller Anderson ’67 Nicholas & Mary Jo Platten Barbi ’67 Robert & Mary Ellen McFadden Barry ’56 Thomas & Mary Gallagher Boyle ’67 Judith Brown ’67 James & Margaret Kress Carson ’67 William & Anne McDyre Cheney ’67 James & Eileen Menegus Debesis, Ph.D. ’67 Joseph & M. Kathy Tigh Detrano ’67 Catherine Devlin ’67 Nicholas & Marilyn Hennessey DiMuro ’67 James & Linda Taraborrelli Donahue ’67 Sandra Kuback Dowling ’67 Carl & Juliette Fox Eastwick ’67 Robert & Nancy Keller Eck ’67 Thomas & Eugenie Dausey Fleming ’67 Carl & Kathleen Foulkrod Georgeson ’67 Robert & Suzanne Dames Gibbs ’67 Margaret Brabazon Henry ’67 Glenn W. Howard, Ph.D. & Mary Angela Heller Howard, Esq. ’66

Barbara Jani ’67 Joan McFadden Jernée ’67 Paul Murphy & Margaret Coffey Kelleher ’67 Charles & Patricia Walsh King ’67 Joseph & Joan Burger King ’67 Gary & Katherine Ferguson Knox ’67 Robert & Nancy Del Valle Korbeck ’67 Michael & Marlene Bonacci Lynch ’67 Joseph & Margaret Judge Lynch ’67 Dorothy Kushlis Macfarlane, M.D. ’67 Dorothea Klebacher Magyar ’67 John Cusack, D.O. & Kathleen Malaney, M.D. ’67 Michael Malian, M.D. & Marian Fanning McNamara, M.D. ’67 Terrance & Denise Gray Meehan ’67 Barbara Curran Merdiushev ’67 Margaret C. Moran ’67 (AD) Mary Jane Briggs Morgan ’67 George & Jean Brennan Pivetz ’67 Mary F. Quinn ’67 John & Mary Louise Goldkamp Ryan ’67 Francis & Pilar Pinili-Silva ’67 Robert & Elizabeth Ann McGarvey Smith ’67 Kathleen Watson ’67 Kathleen Weibel ’67 Antoinette Whitmore ’67

PATRICK MARIE FLOOD, SSJ, PH.D. SCHOLARSHIP Grace Corr Haenn ’54

SIMON & AGATHA MAZEIKA ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP Estate of Theresa R. Mazeika

ANNE KEELER MCBRIDE ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP Patricia McBride Haines Mark McBride Matthew & Wieka McBride Nancy Keeler McBride, Esq. Mary Beth McBride Peabody

CATHERINE MCDONALD, SSJ ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP Margaret Mary Green McLaughlin ’62 Robert & Christine Nydick ’94 SGS

VERONICA A. SESSA ’93 ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP Joseph & Rosemarie Basile Joseph & Linda Cahill Philip Giovinco, Jr. & Diane Wachter Frank & Denise LaRosa Patricia Marchese Mary T. Mauceri Carol Piantone Anthony & Rita Salamone Frank Sessa*

KEOHANE-MCDERMOTT-BELLWOAR ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP Harry J.J. & Joan McDermott Bellwoar ’55 John M. Bellwoar

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Asked for the key to the College’s success, Patricia Agger ’63 recalled a quote from the late co-founder of Apple, Steve Jobs. “The reason Apple is able to create products like iPad is we always try to be at the intersection of technology and the liberal arts — to get the best of both.”

Board Member Extols

Benefits

OF ANNUAL GIVING “In 2013, the CHC mission is still the same, but the emphasis on service has become a global endeavor.”

Sister Carol with Jim and Patricia Agger ’63.

Agger feels that applies to the state of

to other needs, such as the scholarship fund

“These buildings are like houses — it’s

Agger looks forward to the celebration of

education at the College, as well.

or a building renovation project.

important to repurpose and renew,” she added,

her 50th reunion in June, which also

“The strong tradition of liberal arts remains,”

As an alumna who now serves on the board

citing the renovations at SugarLoaf and the

presents an opportunity.

she said, “with the realization that technology

of directors, Agger has a broad perspective on

is a vital component and that we must offer

the operational responsibilities of the College.

that intersection to students.”

Chief among them is optimizing the campus

Reminiscing on lessons learned at the College,

the extraordinary gifts and joys of our

for current and future students.

Agger recalled what drew her here in the first

CHC education, the best way for all of us

place: the Catholic mission and emphasis on

to say ‘thank-you’ is by making a gift to

service to others.

the annual fund.”

Agger, who taught high-school English after

reimagining of the Social Room as McCaffery Lounge as successes.

graduation, and her husband Jim, an attorney,

“We have an absolutely beautiful campus, but

are annual donors to the College. In particular,

like every organization, we face the challenge of

they focus on the Griffin Fund, which supports

keeping the grounds and structures in shape,”

“In 2013, the CHC mission is still the same,”

the day-to-day operations of the College, while

she said.

she said, “but the emphasis on service has

recognizing that many alumni may wish to give

“Our class has been very successful,” she said. “As we celebrate with our classmates

become a global endeavor.”

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DONOR REPORT

SCHOOL OF CONTINUING & PROFESSIONAL STUDIES Roberta Archibald, SSJ ’70

Diane McLaughlin ’06

Stacy Harper-Avilla ’96

Mary Ellen Norpel ’85

Carol Fetterman Blauth ’78

Sean Pearson ’03

Mary Jo Bucceri ’98

Catherine E. Quinn ’78 (S)

I. Carole Christ ’06

Cynthia Ricker ’89

Joan Murray Conmy ’91, ’98 SGS*

Janice Robinson ’01

Carole D’Angelo ’92

Renee Santore ’09

Jean Faustman, SSJ, D.M.L. ’73

Jane Williamson Schoeniger ’91

Dineen Filoramo ’00

Marianne Murphy Semchuk ’07, ’10 SGS (S)

Donna Fiugalski ’01

Mary Theresa Shevland, SSJ ’73 (S)

Saori Fujiyama ’95

Karen O’Neill Spencer ’85

Mary Anne Galbally ’96, ’05 SGS (S)

Jean Stotter ’73

Lorna Glassman ’80

Susan Matlack Troemel ’87

Robert Gleba, Jr. ’09

Jo Marie Victor ’04 (AD)

Gilda Caruso Gregori ’01

Patricia Wade ’02

Lori White Harvey ’03, ’07 SGS

Eileen Kirby-Webb ’07 (S)

Ouida Hembry ’03

Pamela Larsen Zeuner ’05

Anne Hipp ’96 Gertrude Jackson ’05 Marcia Moore Jones ’92 Mary Moran Mahal ’87 Joan Maier ’83 John Mangan ’07 Ann Kuchinsky McAuliffe ’96 David McCann ’01 Monica Berthes McCullough ’84 Margaret M. McGinley ’05 Janice Edwards McGowan ’86

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Linda Avila ’75 doesn’t just advocate for continuing education — she embodies it. After graduating with a degree in sociology, she earned a master’s degree in social work from Columbia University. And after embarking on a career in workforce development for nonprofit agencies and in state and federal government, she broadened her skills and knowledge with a master of business administration from Temple University’s Fox School of Business.

Alumna Demonstrates

Value

“The entire educational experience there was great, providing a strong foundation for my career.”

OF CONTINUING EDUCATION

The key, she says, is keeping ahead of the curve. “The landscape is changing,” said Avila, now a federal project officer for the U.S. Department

of the College, in the form of a bequest and

to go the extra mile, citing Florence Edward

yearly awards, enables students in majors

Sullivan, SSJ, MTS, in particular.

such as administration of human services

of Labor’s Employment & Training

“Biology wasn’t even my field, but Sister

Administration (ETA). “Whereas many of

Florence was always more than willing to put

our parents worked for one employer, today’s

in the extra time with me to help me increase

workers may have five careers, across a

my knowledge,” Avila said. “The entire

variety of fields.

educational experience there was great,

“The way to keep competitive is through

providing a strong foundation for my career.

continual education and job training,” she said.

“And the College continues to do a lot of good

“What employers are looking for are individuals

things to provide a value-added education that

who are flexible and open to learning.”

is not beyond the means of the middle class,”

A native of Puerto Rico, Avila followed her

Linda Avila ’75 at a recent art exhibition at the College.

and appreciated the professors’ willingness

she added.

mother’s friend’s footsteps in coming to

Avila also credits the College with instilling

the College. She relished the school’s

the virtue of helping others, and she’s

close-knit community and rigorous academics,

paying that forward. Her financial support

and psychology to receive job training and internships, at a time when many nonprofit agencies and employers lack the resources needed to develop employees. It gives students a head start on their careers while preparing them for public service. “These are students committed to helping individuals in their communities,” she said. “That is something I highly encourage — giving back to those in need. “To me,” she added, “it’s all about being able to look back on your life and see that you’ve made an impact.”

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DONOR REPORT

SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES

Marilyn Sutton Adomanis ’70, ’84 SGS

Geraldine Stock DiLisi ’92

Cynthia Killion ’90

Kathleen O’Boyle ’84, ’97 SGS (AD)

Jodie King Smith ’94, ’01 SGS (A)

W. Scott Armington ’03

Valerie DeFelice Downing ’95

Jeannette Briggs Klarman ’95

Mary Frances Soglia Okonski ’84, ’91 SGS

Kathryn Sonnie ’01, ’05 SGS

Mary Augustine ’79, ’85 SGS

Jeanne DiVincenzo, Psy.D. ’04 SGS, ’09 SGS (F)

Colleen Kolakowski ’07

Leslie Wells O’Malley ’95

Karen Hernandez Starner ’98

Jane Banach ’05

Ann Voorhees Durshaw, Psy.D. ’98

Sharon Koob ’08

Margaret Behre O’Neill ’95

Linda Tarini ’97, ’05 SGS

Elizabeth Albertoli Becker ’88, ’99 SGS

Jonathan Freeman ’12

Barbara Forrester Landis ’07

Sheila Murphy Palermo ’87, ’04 SGS

Virginia Toliver ’94

Mary Ann Ballisty Bonner ’71, ’00 SGS

Adrianne Zemnick Fuscellaro ’05, ’08 SGS

Marianne Loney ’95

Kathleen Shea Pié ’87, ’92 SGS

Frances Vorsky ’05, ’07 SGS

Carol Brown ’09

Mary Anne Galbally ’96 SCPS, ’05 SGS (S)

Lauren Topps Malora ’87

Joyce Schnaubelt Platz ’95

Maryanne L. Walsh ’98, ’02 SGS

Nancy Benner Brubaker ’00

Mary Ann Conway Gursky ’63, ’03 SGS

Natalie McDonald ’08

Arlene Prentice ’92

Devon Wilshe Weaver ’02, ’05 SGS

Sandra Bumgardner, Psy.D. ’76, ’89 SGS, ’03 SGS (S)

Catherine Griffiths Harrison ’98 SGS

Anne Campbell McDonald ’89

Kathleen Pasco Proud ’94

Eric Weinstein ’05

Constance Carey ’83

Lori White Harvey ’03 SCPS, ’07 SGS

Madelyne Kasper McKee ’74, ’04 SGS

Francis Reynolds ’94

Betty Kroupa Wells ’95

Leona Paolina Cassidy ’61, ’87 SGS

Patricia Herbst ’94

Donna Rimmer McManus ’04

George Roitzsch ’07, ’09 SGS (AD)

Teri Meniketti Wiedeman-Rouse ’05 (AD) (F)

Stephanie Rulon Clymer ’92

Alfred J. Hillwig, Psy.D. ’03

Miriam Berry Moore ’68, ’92 SGS

Margaret Roth ’83

Pamela Kunkle Williams ’01

Joan Murray Conmy ’91 SCPS, ’98 SGS*

Phil Horst ’05

Jennifer Mowad ’05, ’07 SGS

Virginia Schwabenland Rowan ’74, ’03 SGS

Joseph Wood ’93

Sandra Frazier Connelly ’96

Elizabeth Hughes Iaquinto ’85

Darlene Hagy Mulson ’02

Marianne Murphy Semchuk ’07, ’10 SGS (S)

Nancy LaSpada Dachille ’01 (S)

Jennifer Johnson Kebea ’05, ’08 SGS (AD)

Margaret Jones Newman ’95

Laura Serbonich ’10

Kenneth Devenney ’11

Joan Wingert Kelly ’99

Christine Nydick ’94

Joan Trainor Simmons ’96, ’00 SGS

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For Lindsay Sladowski ’10, attending the 3rd Annual Scholarship Gala was an easy decision. Her friends and classmates Kate Sprandio and Lauren Farrow were on the planning committee, pushing for young alumni turnout. On a deeper level, though, Sladowski saw the event as a chance to give back.

Young Alumni

Invigorate

This year’s Gala experienced a surge of support from young alumni, including Lindsay Sladowski ’10 (below).

SCHOLARSHIP GALA

“The more scholarships CHC can offer, the more chances it has to positively impact someone’s life.”

“CHC helped

10 years accounting for nearly 20 percent of

Kaplan said. “We spend our years at the College

In addition to purchasing entrance tickets,

me learn so

attendees, said Coco Minardi, director of the

going to many functions — dances, events,

the young alumni joined other attendees in

much about

Griffin Fund. They mingled with the College’s

and lectures — but the Gala is an elevated

making outright gifts in support of scholarships

myself through

tried and true supporters and offered advice to

experience we can share with great friends

during the live auction and buying raffle tickets

academics and

student ambassadors.

and our favorite faculty, staff, and alums.”

for an array of desirable items. In particular,

“It is so heartening to see young alumni

As recent graduates searching for or making

supporting the College this soon after their

their way in a first job, it can be a stretch to

graduation,” Minardi said. “It affirms their

commit to large charitable gifts to their

positive experience as students and the kind

alma mater. But in taking advantage of

“When they called my number, I think my

of education offered at CHC today.”

a discounted “Griffpon” ticket offer,

jaw hit the floor,” she said. “That was the

the young alumni joined the party.

best $40 I ever spent!”

activities, and I’d love for as many people as possible to get to have that experience,” said Sladowski, who herself benefited from a scholarship. “The more scholarships CHC can offer, the more chances it has to positively impact someone’s life.” There was a surge in young alumni support for this year’s Gala, with alumni of the past

Other attendees who themselves had benefited from scholarships included Kelly Kolson ’11

“The Gala allowed us to join the ranks of the

and Max Kaplan’11, both of whom relished

accomplished alums we always read about,”

the chance to return to The Hill as supporters.

Kaplan said, “the ones out there doing

“For me, attending the Scholarship Gala was an exciting first post-graduation milestone,”

the opportunity to win a one-carat diamond raised funds — and the pulse rate of the recipient, Sladowski.

amazing work and making a difference at the College and beyond.”

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DONOR REPORT

PARENTS & FRIENDS Anonymous (4) John Alexander Diane Arnold (S) Ann D. Claffey Baiada Paul & Mary Bannon Aida Beaupied, Ph.D. (F) John M. Bellwoar George Benas Robert M. Ryan & Brighid Blake Olivia Blaszka Rita Boland Robert & Maribeth Bolger David & Patricia Boreanaz Karl Bortnick Elizabeth M. Bowden Earnest Boyd Joseph & Michelle Brangan Veronica Brown Scott Browning, Ph.D. (F) William A. Cafiero Gary Cagle & Beverly Maliner

Frank & Jeanne Camassa Lucy Canning Patricia Chapman Walter C. Childs (S) & Elizabeth Childs Frederick Collacchi Lisa Anne Collins Richard Colvin Arthur & Gail Comas James Conmy Marie Conn, Ph.D. (F) Patrick J. Connors Denise Costello (S) Dominic J. Cotugno, Ed.D. (F) Dorothy Crenny Danielle Crenny Robert C. Crosson Ronald & Katherine Cunningham William & Judith Curran Theresa M. Cute (S) Joseph DiGiovanni Sandra Dillon

Paul & Donna Jean Donahue Thomas F. Duffy Dennis & Debra Dunlevy Kathy Duran Angelo & Amy Falcone Patrick & Donna Farrell The Honorable James J. Fitzgerald III & Carol McCullough Fitzgerald (D) Michael Flood Daniel & Cassie Florenzo Barry & Mary Beth Day Ford Joseph A. Gallo Anne Gardner Charles Gassert Walter Gentry Philip & Jo-Anne Gilligan Jean Godsall-Meyers Joseph & Tracey Golding Ms. Melanie C. Goodman (F) Rita Gorczynski Edward Gorczynski Irene Gorczynski Elaine R. Green, Ed.D. (A) Helen Griech Steven Guerriero, Ph.D. (A) Linda Hassell Kenneth Hicks (A) Quita W. Horan Vincent Iuliano Christopher & Christine Jones Arthur Judson II Rosemarie Kappes John Keleher Henry & Rhonda Keller Duke Kennedy Gerry Keys Thomas & Lynn Kluepfel Estate of Helen Kristoff Joseph Kulkosky, Ph.D. (F) Kathryn N. Kunkel Karen & Jay Landau Elliott Lasky Arthur & Alice Lintgen Robert & Carol Lockyer Thomas & Virginia Lynch Robert Lynn Dr. Hubert C. MacDonald

Anthony & Camille Maglio James & Frances Maguire Barbara K. Mahoney Carl J. Malisheski Edward Mannino, J.D. Cecilia Marino Joseph A. Martino (S) Medora Martucci John McBride Matthew & Wieka McBride Gerald McGinley John & Yvonne McGinley Howard McGinn Philip McGovern, Ph.D. & Mary McGovern Susan McGroarty, Ph.D. (F) Mary McKenna Dr. & Mrs. George McKenna Jennifer McKinlay Dirk & Karen McNeely Joseph McPhillips Dorothy Meehan-Ripa Geraldine Meenan Monique Melmed (S) & Anthony Schifano Joseph Micucci, Ph.D. (F) Sheldon Miller, Ph.D. (F) Donald & Wilma Miller Bill Hine & Coco Minardi (S) Ryan Murphy (S) & Krista Bailey Murphy (A) Philip Murray Kathleen M. Nerney Jeff Niessen Theresa O’Brien Tom Oechsle Brian Ortale, J.D. & Lynn Ortale, Ph.D. (A) William & F. Susan Ostrander Bill & Mary Noel Page Marilyn Paré John L. Melvin, M.D. & Carol Melvin Pate, Ed.D. (F) Immaculata Pelone Chris & Nicole Peppelman James & Patricia Peppelman John & Patricia Plunkett Nancy Porter, Ph.D. (F) Professional Psychology Students Bernard & Joan Rafferty Maurice Ranc, Jr.

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Razzano Joanna Renzi Cheryll Rothery, Psy.D. (F) Douglas & Deborah Routt Joseph & Regina Rudawski Mr. Edward S. Rychlewski John Sabia, Jr. (D) & Ginger Sabia Mary Sabia E. Jean Sabine Jack Sandoski (D) & Kathleen Sandoski Rosemary Sauers William Savage Kathleen Gibbons Schuck John R. Scioli, Ed.D. Thomas Seifert Frank Sessa* Bernardine Shaughnessy Terence & Patricia Shea Elisabeth Shellenberger Elizabeth Sher Constance Shereyka Maggie Shuler Edward W. Siebert Raymond & Rose Sokalsky Kenneth J. Soprano, Ph.D. (A) & Dianne Soprano, Ph.D. John Stankard J. Clark & Alice Steinman David & Doris Sterner James Stewart & Patricia Bruner Andrea & Theodore Stocklin Israel Concepcion & Lauri Strimkovsky, MBA (A) Robert & Maria Sucharski Avery Tatnall Henry R. (Ted) Taylor Richard Teske & Janet White Lynn Tubman (A) Philip Valvardi, Jr. & Helen Valvardi Richard W. Vassallo, M.D. & Mary Vassallo William T. Walker, Ph.D. & Mille Walker John Welding Richard & Tina Williams M.W. Williams-Dais Robert & Linda Zimmerman Vincent & Helen Zukauskas

A pleased patron of the annual Empty Bowl fundraiser.

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DONOR REPORT

MATCHING GIFT COMPANIES The Ace INA Foundation Matching Gifts Program Aetna, Inc Air Products & Chemical, Inc. AT&T Caterpillar, Inc. Chevron USA, Inc.

Cigna Corporation Cisco Systems, Inc. Colgate Palmolive Company Constellation Energy Group Dell Corporation Exxon Education Foundation General Electric Foundation

GlaxoSmithKline Hartford Matching Gift Program IBM Corporation IKON Office Solutions Johnson & Johnson Merck & Company, Inc. Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing

Pfizer, Inc. PPL Prudential Insurance Company of America Shell Oil Company Subaru of America Foundation, Inc. Thomson Reuters Tyco Electronics Corporation

United Technologies Corporation United Way of Rhode Island Vanguard Group, Inc. Verizon Foundation Walt Disney Company Foundation Wells Fargo Bank, N.A.

Joanne Fink ’76, Lori Bindler, Carol Cuff, and Donna Singer hit the links at the 29th Annual Golf Invitational.

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DONOR REPORT

GIFTS-IN-KIND Anthony Party Rentals Baker Street Bakery Bredenbecks Bakery Marie Conn, Ph.D. (F) Mary Levin Englebert ’50 Olivia Frank ’12 Jonathan Freeman ’12 SGS Edward Mannino, J.D. Joseph A. Martino (S) Metropolitan Bakery David & Carolyn Sagendorph Montgomery ’97 Morris Arboretum Education Department Palladio Frame Makers & Memory Keepers Susan M. Pisano ’71 Studio TEN Creative Group Poppy’s Seed Bakery Mary McKenna Thorne ’71 William T. Walker, Ph.D. & Mille Walker Zipf’s Candies

The Athletic Hall of Fame inaugural class: The archery teams’ Susan Moran Ryan and Margaret Fleming, SSJ; Fred Buckley (nephew of Betty Buckley); Betty Shellenberger; Lorraine Busch; and Janice Rensimer Kuklick.

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DONOR REPORT

CORPORATIONS, ORGANIZATIONS & FOUNDATIONS

Quidditch competitors and the Mask & Foil Theater Troupe enliven Harry Potter Weekend. 160over90 Advanced Termite/Pest Control Aegis Property Group Agilent Technologies Allied Barton Security Services Anthony Party Rental The Arthur Jackson Company Barbin & O’Connell Blank Rome, LLP Hilda E. Bretzlaff Foundation, Inc.

The Campbell Family Fund Cancer Treatment Centers of America Donald R. and Noreen K. Caivano Family Gift Fund Chartwells College & University Dining Services, Inc. Chesapeake Bay Golf Club Chestnut Hill Business Association Chestnut Hill Dental Group Code Elevator, Inc.

Community Foundation of New Jersey Cozen O’Connor Crown Holdings, Inc. W.S. Cumby, Inc. L. F. Driscoll Company Duane Morris, LLP John Evans’ Sons, Inc. The Gulati Family Foundation Trust Robert G. & Isabelle Walsh Gundaker Family Fund

Gym Source Hair Shop, LLC The Honickman Foundation International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers - IBEW Local 98 Ernie Johnson Insurance Agency T. James Kavanagh Foundation Keough Electric, Inc. Kilduff Development, Inc. Librette’s Restuarant and Bar

Maglio Sausage Company The Maguire Foundation The Martin Foundation The Rocco & Barbara Martino Foundation Maven Benefits Partners Michael & Margaret McCaffery Family Fund McGoldrick Leasing Corporation Metanexus Institute Metropolitan Bakery Donald Miller & Co. The Montgomery Benefits Group Morano Brothers Morris Arboretum Education Department The Navesink Foundation O’Boyle Computer Consulting Page Family Foundation Palladio Frame Makers & Memory Keepers PFM Asset Management LLC The Philadelphia Trust Company PMHCC, Inc. Ralph’s Pizzeria John Charles & Kathryn S. Redmond Foundation Russell Roofing Company D. M. Sabia & Co., Inc. Sague Auto Service, Inc. SaylorGregg Architects Shoemaker Construction Co. SIDEARM Sports The W.W. Smith Charitable Trust Sports Care & Physical Rehabilitation Studio TEN Creative Group Teva North America Thomas Wynne Apartments Union Boiler Works, Inc. United Way of Burlington County Voith & Mactavish Architects, LLP Wohlson Construction Company Zipf Associates, Inc. Zipf’s Candies

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DONOR REPORT

ANNUAL SCHOLARSHIP GALA COMMITTEE & SPONSORS SCHOLARSHIP GALA COMMITTEE Alison Borden ’10 Michael F. Dunleavy, Chair (D) Lauren Farrow ’10 John L. Melvin, M.D. Carol Melvin Pate, Ed.D. (F) Elizabeth Schlosser ’84 Kate Sprandio ’10 Jo Marie Victor ’04 (AD)

SCHOLARSHIP GALA SPONSORS Anonymous 160over90 James & Patricia May Agger ’63 (D) Anthony Party Rental Dr. Barry Arkles & Ms. Janeen Black The Arthur Jackson Company Aida Beaupied, Ph.D. (F) Blank Rome, LLP Alison Borden ’10 Mary E. Brandt, Ph.D. ’76 Cancer Treatment Centers of America Patricia M. Canning ’70 (S) Lucy Canning Lee A. Casaccio W. Robert Abbot & Claire Cifaloglio, M.D. ’70 Marie Conn, Ph.D. (F) Patrick J. Connors Cozen O’Connor Crown Holdings, Inc. Jessica Day ’09 David & Diane Heverline DeWitt ’79 Marie DiBerardino, Ph.D. ’48 Tim Donohue Robert Downie, M.D. Michael F. Dunleavy (D) & Nancy A. Dunleavy Alvin Ehiriodo ’11 Thomas & Cecelia Englebert-Passanza ’77 (AD) Lauren Farrow ’10 Jane Marie Fearn-Zimmer, Esq. ’88 (AD) The Honorable James J. Fitzgerald III & Carol McCullough Fitzgerald (D) Kathleen Heidere Ford ’63

Jonathan Freeman ’12 SGS Michelle Drazul Galbally ’04 Rita Gallo ’78 Anne Gardner Francis & Mary O’Connor Gentile, Ed.D. ’66 Elaine R. Green, Ed.D. (A) Robert & Isabelle Walsh Gundaker ’65 Renee Haggerty ’90 Mark Hammons ’08, ’10 SGS (AD) Kenneth Hicks (A) The Honorable Frederica Massiah-Jackson ’71 Max Kaplan ’11 Daniel Kayser, AIA Kilduff Development, Inc. Francis X. Keeley, M.D. & Marie McDermott Keeley ’52 Henry & Rhonda Keller John & Nancy Day Kelley, Ph.D. ’71 (AD) Peter Kelsen Alexander Kowalski ’09 Peter Levinson Robert & Carol Lockyer Janet Dugansky Lonney ’59 William Idler & Joan Lunney, Ph.D. ’68 The Maguire Foundation Katherine Marschall, M.D. ’69 Rocco & Barbara D’Iorio Martino ’60 (D) Michael & Margaret Carney McCaffery ’77 (D) Dr. & Mrs. George McKenna Metropolitan Bakery Bill Hine & Coco Minardi (S) Margaret C. Moran ’67 (AD) Timothy & Stephanie Rendine Morris ’04 (AD) Jeff Niessen & Elizabeth A. Schlosser ’84 Theresa Novrit ’10 O’Boyle Computer Consulting Daniel Mathews & Kathleen O’Boyle ’84, ’97 SGS Shaun F. O’Malley (D) & Lyn Buchheit C. Lowell Parsons, M.D. & JoEllen Noonan Parsons ’66 (D) John L. Melvin, M.D. & Carol Melvin Pate, Ed.D. (F) Anne Pearsall ’09 Patricia Harper Petrozza, M.D. ’74 PFM Asset Management LLC

Sister Carol with members of the Annual Scholarship Gala Committee.

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Catherine E. Quinn ’78 SCPS (S) George Roitzsch ’07, ’09 SGS Arthur & Mary Kaufmann Ryan ’66 Jack Sandoski (D) & Kathleen Sandoski SaylorGregg Architects Jean Schwartz, M.D. ’55 Kathleen Bonner Schwartz ’55 James & Patricia Duffy Shacklett ’06 Clare Shanahan ’56 Richard & Patricia McGee Sharkey ’63 Lindsay Sladowski ’10 David & Jodie King Smith ’94, ’01 SGS (A) Kenneth J. Soprano, Ph.D. (F) & Dianne Soprano, Ph.D. Kate Sprandio ’10 Ryan Spinka ’10 Diane Stanczak ’70 Israel Concepcion & Lauri Strimkovsky, MBA (A) Studio TEN Creative Group Richard Teske & Janet White Eric J. Trainer James & Ana Mai Wong Trainor, Esq. ’86 C. Francis Varga, M.D. & Anita Esposito Varga ’54 Jo Marie Victor ’04 SCPS (AD) Charles & Helen Gleeson Wachendorfer ’58 Kathleen Wagner ’60 John Welding Karen S. Wendling, Ph.D. ’03 (F) Kim Werhle ’08 R. Jay Werner, Ph.D. & Jane Randall Conlon-Werner, Ph.D. ’81 Fred & Teri Meniketti Wiedeman-Rouse, Ph.D. ’05 (F) (AD) Kelly Wilson ’11 Timothy & Anita Haskins Wise ’76 Wohlson Construction Company Leslie Zemnick ’11 Ronald Zemnick (D) & Carol Voelmle Zemnick ’75 Zipf’s Candies


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2011 GOLF INVITATIONAL COMMITTEE & SPONSORS GOLF INVITATIONAL COMMITTEE

GOLF INVITATIONAL SPONSORS

Harry C. Barbin, III (D) Robert Lockyer Joanne Fink ’76 Duke Kennedy George McKenna (A) Coco Minardi (S) Joey Pohle (S) John Sabia, Jr. (D) Albert Stroble (S) Jennifer Thorpe (S) Lynn Tubman (A)

Anonymous Abington Bank Allied Barton Security Services Anaconda In memory of Grace A. Banks, Ph.D. & Alice and Ira Conn Bruno’s Restaurant & Catering Chartwells Dining Services Chesapeake Bay Golf Club Code Elevator Collegiate Marketing Concepts CORT Furniture Rental Deloitte & Touche, LLP Design Network, Inc Martin DiFrancesco Painting, Inc. Duane Morris CB Richard Ellis ESF Camps Express Car and Truck Rental Lois Trench-Hines Intech Construction D.J. Keating Company John Kelleher Keough Electric Montgomery Benefits Group Morano Brothers Nason Construction Office Basics Our Mother of Consolation Parish Parsons Family PFM Advisors Philadelphia University E. Allen Reeves, Inc. Shoemaker SideArm Sovereign Insurance Group Stradley Ronon Thomas Wynne Apartments Voith & MacTavish Architects, LLP Wave One

Student-athletes and College staff raising funds at the golf invitational.

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DONOR REPORT

2011 - 2012

CHC BOARD OF DIRECTORS CHAIR Barbara D’Iorio Martino ’60

VICE CHAIR Anne P. Myers, SSJ, Ph.D. President, Sisters of Saint Joseph

PRESIDENT Carol Jean Vale, SSJ, Ph.D. President, Chestnut Hill College

DIRECTORS Patricia May Agger ’63* Harry Barbin PGA Professional & Owner Horsham Valley Golf Club Regina Bell, SSJ* Member, General Council Sisters of Saint Joseph Mary Dacey, SSJ Vice President Sisters of Saint Joseph Frank L. Davey Chairman John Evans’ Sons, Inc. Michael F. Dunleavy Vice President of Corporate Affairs & Public Relations Crown Holdings, Inc. Carol McCullough Fitzgerald* Executive Director Pennsylvania Society

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Stephen A. Gardner Partner Deloitte &Touche, LLP

Catherine Lockyer Moulton ’92* Project Manager Merloc Partners, L.P.

Constance Gilder, SSJ* Member, General Council Sisters of Saint Joseph

Shaun F. O’Malley Chairman Emeritus PricewaterhouseCoopers

James B. Ginty, J.D.* Commissioner Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board

Chris Pak, Ph.D.* Co-Founder and CEO Molecular Targeting Technologies, Inc.

Steven J. Gordon, Ph.D.* Founder/CEO Intelligent Bio-Systems, Inc.

JoEllen Parsons ’66*

Kent Griswold, Ph.D. President and CEO GRISWOLD SPECIAL CARE Jack Gulati* Founder/Owner Safety Care Technologies Nan Hechenberger* Former President, Neumann University Higher Education Consultant Karen Spencer Kelly, Esq. Thomas Lynch, RADM, USN (ret.)* Managing Director The Musser Group

Catherine Robinson, SSJ Ministry Coordinator Sisters of Saint Joseph John Sabia, Jr.* President D.M. Sabia & Company Jack J. Sandoski* Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer (retired) Abington Community Bancorp Ronald Zemnick Senior Manager MEP Services Shoemaker Construction Company Carol Zinn, SSJ Member, General Council Sisters of St. Joseph

Margaret Carney McCaffery ’77* *Missing from photo


BOARD OF DIRECTORS 2011 - 2012

DONOR REPORT

CHC ALUMNI ASSOCIATION PRESIDENT Kathleen O’Boyle ’84, ’97 SGS

VICE-PRESIDENT

Jane M. Fearn-Zimmer, Esq. ’88 Joanne Fink ’76*

Mary Ann Stahl Patton ’87

Margarita (Margo) Mongil-Kwoka ’80

SECRETARY

Teri Meniketti Wiedeman-Rouse ’05 SGS

Margaret Moran ’67

PAST PRESIDENT Patricia Cholewinski Nicholson ’70*

DIRECTORS Stephanie Rendine Morris ’04* Co-Chair, Student Recruitment & Retention Committee Maryanne L. Walsh ’98, ’02 SGS Co-Chair, Outreach Committee

EX-OFFICIO MEMBERS Carol Jean Vale, SSJ, Ph.D* President, Chestnut Hill College Ken Hicks* Vice President for Institutional Advancement Patricia Canning ’70* Director of Alumni Relations * Missing from photo

George Roitzsch ’07, ’09 SGS Co-Chair, Student Recruitment & Retention Committee Jo Marie Victor ’04 SCPS Nancy Day Kelley, Ph.D. ’71* Mark A. Hammons ’08, ’10 SGS Co-Chair, Outreach Committee Kathleen Donahue Bruyere, USN (ret.) ’66* Cecelia Englebert-Passanza, CRNP ’77

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DONOR REPORT

SUPPORTING THE FUTURE OF CHC The needs of a private college in today’s world

A Reunion Gift

are many. As a small Catholic institution

Every five years, you celebrate the anniversary

dedicated to teaching and the liberal arts,

of your graduation. We invite you to consider

Chestnut Hill College is largely tuition driven.

making a special gift to your alma mater during

Although tuition for undergraduates at

your reunion year. You may choose to designate

Chestnut Hill College exceeds $29,000,

your gift to The Griffin Fund, SugarLoaf Hill,

it provides only 70 percent of the real cost of

the general endowment, scholarships, campus

educating a student. To maintain its tradition of

ministry, athletics, Logue Library, special class

excellence in education, Chestnut Hill College

gift funds, or specific academic programs.

is grateful for your generous contributions since the College receives no financial assistance from the Catholic Church or the Archdiocese of Philadelphia, and funding from state or federal agencies is given only for specific projects or programs. Contributions from you to any of the designations listed below are investments in the College’s future and help ensure that a Chestnut Hill College education will be available for future generations.

A Gift to the Endowment Contributions to the College’s endowment are invested and only the income from the earned interest is used each year. You can make a designated gift to the general endowment or choose to invest in the College’s future by funding a new or supporting an existing named scholarship, academic lecture series, and other specially designed programs.

A Gift for SugarLoaf

Designating Your Gift

SugarLoaf Hill, a 30-acre property situated

A Gift to The Griffin Fund

diagonally across Germantown Avenue from

These gifts are used to supplement the

the College’s existing campus, offered the

general operating budget by providing

College a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity

assistance with everything from library

to nearly double the size of its campus

acquisitions and faculty salaries to utilities

and allow for expansion to accommodate

and instructional supplies. This fund is critical

a growing student body. The College

to the day-to-day operations of the College.

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Kailey Rose Arlen ’14.

is raising the substantial funds needed to assist

A Gift of Securities

in the development of this property. You can

Your gift of securities to Chestnut Hill College

be part of the excitement!

can be sent electronically to the College’s

A Tribute Gift

new broker, Haverford Trust.

Often in our lives someone comes along who

The online form to complete this process

has touched us in a very special way. You can

is located on our Web site at:

pay tribute to that individual by making a gift

www.chc.edu/giftofsecurities

in his or her honor or memory. A personalized card is sent from the College to the designated individual(s) advising them that a gift has been made on their behalf.

The Haverford Trust DTC Code 901 Brokerage Account No. 302466 for Chestnut Hill College


If you need further information or assistance, please contact Denise Costello, associate director of donor relations, at 215.248.7089 or costellod@chc.edu

Supporting Chestnut Hill College Chestnut Hill College is a tax-exempt charity, acknowledged by the Internal Revenue Service

A Matching Gift

as rating 501-C-(3) status. Your contributions to

If you or your spouse is employed by a

Chestnut Hill College are fully tax deductible.

company with a Matching Gift Program, you

For your convenience, you can make a gift

can provide additional support for Chestnut

online by visiting www.chc.edu/donate

Hill College by designating the College as the recipient of matching funds. To learn whether your contributions may be eligible, contact either your company’s personnel office or the Office of Institutional Advancement at the College. Matching gift

Contributions may be sent to: Chestnut Hill College Office of Institutional Advancement 9601 Germantown Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19118

funds are not tax deductible for employees

If you have any questions, please contact

of matching gift companies.

Denise Costello, associate director of

In administering matching gifts, the College

donor relations, at 215.248.7089 or e-mail costellod@chc.edu

Students performing service at the Empty Bowl dinner.

your gift matched by your employer and receive

For assistance with any payment plan option,

Coco Minardi

Mary Theresa Shevland, SSJ

recognition for the value of your out-of-pocket gift

or to discuss, in confidence, specific

Director of The Griffin Fund & Special Events

Director of Planned Giving

plus the value of the matching gift. Hence, you may

opportunities for providing support,

Phone: 215.753.3692

Phone: 215.753.3617

make a gift of $750 that is matched with $750

please contact:

or e-mail minardin@chc.edu

or e-mail shevlandm@chc.edu

Kenneth M. Hicks

Catherine Quinn

Vice President for Institutional Advancement

Director of Development

Phone: 215.248.7085

Phone: 215.248.7137

or e-mail hicksk@chc.edu

or e-mail quinnc@chc.edu

follows national guidelines. You may have

and you will receive recognition for $1,500. Designation of matching gift funds is determined by each matching gift company. Funds are used for the same purpose as the employee’s gift when received from corporations that so stipulate. For funds received from corporations that designate the match as unrestricted, the purpose is determined by the College.

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DONOR REPORT

WHEN, HOW, AND WHY TO PLAN A GIFT Cash

Securities

Real Estate

Personal Property

Bequest

How does it work?

Give cash

Give appreciated securities

Give appreciated real estate

Give artwork, collectibles, equipment or other types of tangible property

Simplest form of gift planning (plan now, give later)

What do you want to do?

Maximize the deduction; minimize the gift details

Avoid tax on capital gains; afford a larger gift to us

Make a substantial gift, avoid capital gains tax, receive a large income tax deduction

Put assets you no longer need or can maintain to good use

Make a gift that costs nothing during your lifetime

How do you make the gift?

Write a check payable to Chestnut Hill College or give online now at www.chc.edu/donate

Contribute long-term appreciated stock or other marketable securities

Donate the property to us

Donate tangible personal property related to our tax-exempt function

Name us in your will or living trust by designating a specific amount or a share of the residue

Reduce estate tax

Removes taxable assets from estate

Removes taxable assets from estate

Removes taxable assets from estate

Removes taxable assets from estate

Donation exempt from federal estate tax

Reduce income tax

Immediate deduction for full value

Immediate deduction for full value

Immediate deduction for full value

Immediate deduction for full value if we can use the asset

Complete avoidance

Complete avoidance

Complete avoidance

Donor Benefits

Reduce or eliminate capital gains tax

Complete avoidance

Get income back from the gift

Give an asset but keep enjoying it

Control of assets during lifetime

Still like the stock? Use your cash to buy at today’s price and lock in a higher cost

More How does it benefit us?

Delivers immediate benefits

Delivers immediate benefits

Delivers immediate benefits

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Can be used to make a significant gift without cash outlay

Make a substantial gift when you no longer need the assets

Delivers immediate benefits

Ensures our future strength

www.CHC.plannedgiving.org


DONOR REPORT

RETIREMENT PLAN ASSETS, IRA

Life Insurance

Name us as the beneficiary of the plan

Give old or new policy with us as beneficiary and owner

Give real estate but keep the right to use and enjoy it for life

Sell real estate or other valuable property to us for less than fair value

Simple gift contract that provides lifetime payments to one or two persons

Trust that pays income for life or a term of years to donor and/or others. Assets ultimately benefit us

Trust that makes payments to us for a period of years. Assets ultimately pass to donor or heirs

Avoid double taxation at death; give tax-advantaged assets to heirs

Make a large gift at little cost

Make a significant gift that doesn’t affect your lifestyle

Make a significant gift while still receiving lump sum or cash flow from asset

Supplement income with steady payments that are partially tax-free

Diversify assets, avoid capital gains tax, secure often greater income and possible inflation protection

Reduce gift and estate taxes on assets you pass to heirs; lower income tax liability; retain control of assets

Name us as whole or partial successor beneficiary on your plan’s form

Donate a paid-up policy you no longer need or take out a new policy

Give real estate to us but retain a life estate

Sign a contract to sell property to us at a discounted value

Establish a gift annuity contract with us that pays a set amount for life

Create a trust that pays income to donor and/or others, principal (remainder) ultimately goes to us

Create a trust that pays income to us, principal (remainder) ultimately returns to heirs or donor

Donation exempt from federal estate and income tax

Donation exempt from federal estate tax

Removes taxable assets from estate

Removes gifted portion of value of asset from estate

Removes taxable assets from estate

Removes taxable assets from estate

Can remove taxable assets from estate

Your heirs will avoid income tax

Current income tax deduction for paid-up policy. Future deductions for premium payments on new policy

Deduction for value of the asset, less value of your right to keep using it

Deduction for discount from fair market value

Deduction for gift portion of asset

Deduction for gift portion of asset

Limited

Complete avoidance

Partial avoidance

Partial avoidance

Partial avoidance

Varies

Determined by your agreement with us

Fixed payments for life for one or two individuals

Variable or fixed income for life

Continue to take withdrawals from plan during your lifetime

Retained Life Interest

Bargain Sale

Charitable Gift Annuity

Charitable Remainder Trust

Property reverts to donor, or to heirs with reduced gift and estate taxes

Use of asset during lifetime

Often overlooked and easily given

Simple to set up; small financial commitment for large ultimate gift

Ensures our future strength

Ensures our future strength

Ensures our future strength

Chart courtesy of PlannedGiving.com

Charitable Lead Trust

Use proceeds to help fund needs at a later stage in life (retirement facility, etc.)

Great retirement income supplement

Significant income and estate tax advantages

Best for assets expected to appreciate rapidly

Delivers immediate benefits

Ensures our future strength

Ensures our future strength

Delivers immediate benefits

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DONOR REPORT

DONOR REPORT CONTRIBUTORS

Kenneth M. Hicks

Joseph Martino

Founded in 1924 by the Sisters of Saint Joseph,

Please include your full name, address,

Vice President for Institutional Advancement

Director of Advancement Services

Chestnut Hill College is a four-year Catholic

phone number and class year.

215.248.7085

215.248.7169

college in the Ignatian tradition offering a

hicksk@chc.edu

martinoj@chc.edu

traditional liberal arts undergraduate program,

Kathleen M. Spigelmyer ’98

Catherine E. Quinn ’78

Director of Communications, Editor

Director of Development

215.248.7025

215.248.7137

The College is an equal opportunity employer

spigelmyerk@chc.edu

quinnc@chc.edu

that recruits, advertises and hires without

Ryan Dougherty ’11 SGS

Marianne Murphy Semchuk ’07, ’10 SGS

Publications Manager, Associate Editor

Assistant Director of Advancement Services

215.248.7110

215.753.3684

doughertyr@chc.edu

semchukm@chc.edu

Patricia M. Canning ’70

Mary Theresa Shevland, SSJ

Director of Alumni Relations

Director of Planned Giving

215.248.7144

215.753.3617

canningp@chc.edu

shevlandm@chc.edu

Denise Costello

Photography

Associate Director of Development Operations

Linda Johnson

215.248.7089

Aaron Mitchell Photography

costellod@chc.edu

Jim Roese

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Address all correspondence to:

as well as accelerated undergraduate degrees,

Editor

graduate and doctoral degree programs.

Chestnut Hill College Donor Report

regard to race, creed, color, national origin, age or sex. Reprinting any material herein requires written consent of the College. The editor of this report makes every effort to include accurate information. Comments,

Chestnut Hill College 9601 Germantown Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19118 spigelmyerk@chc.edu The information in this donor report recognizes gifts received from July 1, 2011 through June 30, 2012.

questions, concerns, and opinions are welcome in the form of letters to the editor.

In keeping with the mission of Chestnut Hill College and our concern for the earth, this Donor Report was printed with soy ink on paper that contains ten percent recycled content. Please recycle after use.


OneStep C loser ASHLEY RODRIGUEZ ’15

KELLY DENNIS ’14

“Thank you for investing in Chestnut Hill College — and me. Your support is a godsend.”

“I’m so blessed to have the opportunity to attend Chestnut Hill College.”

We are fortunate to be able to grant scholarship monies to many of our students. With the increasing costs of education, scholarships play a vital role in allowing us to financially assist a greater number of students. Every donation we receive — large or small — brings us one step closer to making a difference in the lives of our students. Visit www.chc.edu/gift or call 215.753.3692

Consider making your gift today!

CHRIS ALLEN ’13

“Most scholarship recipients are heavily involved on campus and in the community, upholding CHC’s stellar reputation.”

JESSICA VEAZEY ’13

“Without your support, I wouldn’t have the chance to go out into the world and change lives the way I want to.”


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AnnualScholarship Gala SAVE THE DATE Saturday, April 6, 2013 Cocktails and Dinner

Chestnut Hill College strives to keep a college education rooted in Catholic values within reach for students and families. Now, more than ever, academic scholarships play a crucial role in the pursuit of higher education. Please join us at the fourth Annual Scholarship Gala at Chestnut Hill College. For more information, contact Nicole Minardi at 215.753.3692 or minardin@chc.edu or visit www.chc.edu/gala


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