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MISSION INSPIRED:

EXCELLENCE & OPPORTUNITY

ANNUAL REPORT 2016


TABLE OF CONTENTS

BOARD OF TRUSTEES 2015-2016 Stefano Acunto CINN Group, Inc. Rosemary T. Berkery ’75 UBS Wealth Management Americas UBS Bank USA

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Letter from the President

Paula Marie Buley, I.H.M. Rivier College

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Major Gifts

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Te Laudamus

John F. Caruso ’82 ABC-TV Network

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President’s Associates

Gail Vance Civille ’65 Sensory Spectrum, Inc.

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Scholarship Tribute Dinner

Cristóbal Conde

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Centennial Society

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Corporations and Foundations

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Grants and Contracts

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Matching Gifts

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Sisters of Charity

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Vita A. Cassese ’70

Noreen M. Culhane ’72 Retired, EVP NYSE Euronext Edmund C. Duffy Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meager & Flom LLP & Affiliates William J. Fishlinger Gramercy Risk Holdings Charles L. Flynn, Jr. College of Mount Saint Vincent

James J. Campbell Leake & Watts Services, Inc.

Trustees, Faculty, Administrators, and Staff

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Leaders in Service

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Gifts in Honor

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Memorial Gifts

OFFICERS Heather Gostomski ’09 President

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Final and Lasting Appreciation

Rose Kelly McTague ’68 President Emerita

Opportunities for Giving

Suzanne Formont Shareef ’87 1st Vice President

We have made every effort to ensure the accuracy of the information contained in this report. If there are errors or omissions, please accept our apology and notify us at (718) 405-3237.

Maureen A. Henegan ’78 Henegan Construction Company, Inc.

Raul Rivera National Benefit Life Insurance Company

Jane Iannucelli ’65, S.C. Sisters of Charity of New York

Dominica Rocchio, S.C. Sisters of Charity of New York

Mary Beth Malone ’75 JP Morgan Chase Bank

Joan M. Squires ’73 Mutual of America

Stephen A. Manzi The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Elizabeth Vermaelen ’60, S.C. St. Patrick’s Villa

Maura A. Markus Cathy-Ann Martine Dolecki ’80 AT&T Paul W. Mourning Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP

David J. Walsh Amalgamated Life Insurance Company Joan D. Walsh ’81 Kashbox Coaching Susan L. Whitney ’72

John W. Neary Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP

Vaughn C. Williams Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meager & Flom LLP & Affiliates

Margaret O’Brien ’69, S.C. Sisters of Charity of New York

Kristin Trahan Winford Mesirow Financial Consulting

Patrick Grace MLP Capital, Inc.

Valerie E. Mastronardi ’61

TRUSTEES EMERITI

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Steven M. Hayes Deryck A. Palmer Hanly, Conroy, Bierstein, Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Sheridan Fisher & Hayes LLP Pittman LLP

Jean Ames DeNunzio ’55

Rev. Msgr. Thomas P. Leonard Holy Trinity Church

H. Gerard Seitz Satterlee Stephens Burke & Burke

ALUMNAE/I ASSOCIATION EXECUTIVE BOARD 2015-2016 Georgina (Gina) Segaric ’04 DIRECTORS Mary Jane Rearick 2nd Vice President Cappell ’68 Mary Gregory ’87 Jeannine Glazewski ’72 3rd Vice President Priscilla Mullins McNamara ’60 Secretary

Kathleen Doyle Hunt ’74 Eileen Spear ’90 Helen Synan Walsh ’78

OFFICE OF INSTITUTIONAL ADVANCEMENT Madeline McGuinness ’01 Daniel Regan Director for Development/ Director for Development Systems Corporate, Foundation, and Government Relations Leah Munch ’12 Associate Director Ana Barbu Terry Montemayor Website Communications for College Relations Executive Assistant, Specialist Admission and External Michael Quinn ’11 Relations Director for Alumnae/i Brendan Kennedy Relations and Giving Associate Director for Colette Atkins Sports Information Vice President for Michael Sin ’12 Institutional Advancement Associate Director for Larissa Lytwyn Alumnae/i Relations Associate Director for Kathleen Tracey ’48, S.C. and Giving Associate Vice President for College Relations Institutional Advancement Madeleine Melkonian Senior Vice President for Admission and External Relations


LETTER FROM THE PRESIDENT Dear Alumnae/i and Friends, Five years ago, Mount Saint Vincent celebrated its centennial as a College. While we reflect upon and affirm the College’s mission annually, the centennial was special. We celebrated vibrantly our most important commitments—our values as a Sisters of Charity college. In the following pages, you will find a report detailing how the Mount has distinguished itself over the past five years. The opportunities available to students are evolving through an expanded and enriched curriculum, campus improvements, and new efforts to leverage our identity as a Sisters of Charity institution. The College’s work is inspiring; the future is very bright. Innovations are wide-ranging; some are unique. All share two common motivations. First, to cultivate that love of excellence and aversion to mediocrity that define exceptional education. Second, to help students discover themselves and their talents in their service to the common good. Alumnae/i, friends, and benefactors like you are vital to this work. Your generosity maintains the exceptional quality of our programs and the College’s unwavering commitment to educational access, while simultaneously providing the foundation for growth and stability. The support you provide the College is invaluable to current students and to those to come. Thank you.

Sincerely,

Charles L. Flynn, Jr.

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MAJOR GIFTS THE COLLEGE OF MOUNT SAINT VINCENT is proud to recognize the exceptional support of our alumnae/i and friends who contributed a gift of $5,000 or more to the College during the 2015-2016 fiscal year. Their generous donations allow us to continue to improve and expand all facets of the College. ELIZABETH SETON SOCIETY Anonymous (2)

Joan M. Squires ’73 and Thomas J. Moran

George I. Alden Trust

Edna Sandroni Ulasewicz ’49

Rosemary T. Berkery ’75 and Robert J. Hausen

Vaughn C. Williams

John F. Caruso ’82 and Elizabeth Caruso

Sophia Yan Liu ’69

Deryck A. Palmer and Carmen Lawrence Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP

Mary Beth Malone ’75

Kathleen Timothy Pastina ’82 and Louis Pastina Pepsi-Cola Bottling Company of New York, Inc.

Gail Vance Civille ’65 and Francis Civille Sensory Spectrum, Inc.

SAINT VINCENT’S LEADERS Anonymous

Cristóbal and Kamaryn Conde

Aon PLC

Conserv Construction

ARCH Capital Group Ltd.

Raul Rivera Primerica Financial Services

Noreen M. Culhane ’72

Cecilia Favorini Balog ’66 and Robert Balog

Ryan Specialty Group Irwin S. Scherzer Foundation

Kathleen P. Butler ’74

Marion McCann Short ’45

Vita A. Cassese ’70 and Andre Mardon

Pauline Van Hook Sierens ’45

Chartwells Dining Services

Susan L. Whitney ’72 and John Whitney

Dayspring, Monks of St. Benedict Jean Ames DeNunzio ’55 and Ralph DeNunzio David A. DeNunzio and Jocelyne DeNunzio Peter D. DeNunzio and Ciara Burnham Thomas R. DeNunzio and Suzanne DeNunzio DeNunzio Foundation

AIG

DHI Construction Services, Inc. Howard Dym

Noreen Doyle ’71

Cathy-Ann Martine Dolecki ’80 and Ronald Dolecki Ayco Charitable Foundation

William J. and Joan Fishlinger

Joan E. Donovan ’48

Shafik and Gigi Gabr The Shafik Gabr Foundation

Doty Family Foundation

Veronica P. Garvey ’43†

Environetics

Maurice R. Greenberg The Starr Foundation

First Data

Ann L. Henegan ’49 Ann L. Henegan Private Foundation

Marilyn Blake Foster ’54

Maureen A. Henegan ’78 Henegan Construction Company, Inc. Mary Murray Houlihan ’47 and James G. Houlihan James G. Houlihan Family Partnership Helene Connellan O’Neil ’48

Edmund C. Duffy

Charles L. Flynn, Jr.

Patrick P. and Margaret M. Grace Santa Maria Foundation

John W. and Joan Neary Rose Press, Inc. Sisters of Charity Members of the Board of Trustees Sterling National Bank TD Bank Joan D. Walsh ’81 Robert and Joan M. Dircks Foundation, Inc.

Christine Moynihan Barr ’73 and William Barr Joan Kowalczyk Beckworth ’66 and Billy Beckworth CNA Insurance

Lippolis Electric, Inc. Carmine Lippolis

Endurance Insurance John Foley Foley Family Charitable Foundation Mary E. Halloran ’79 and James Rulmyr

Karen Kopera McCall ’74 and Thomas McCall

Margaret Mullooly Hannan ’78 and Robert Hannan Bob Hannan Agency, Inc.

Paul W. Mourning and Laura K. Locke

Henry Schein, Inc.

Mutual of America

Martha McHugh Hubbard ’62 and Johnny Hubbard

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Kathleen Rubsam Muleski ’72 and Robert Muleski

BAYLEY CIRCLE Anonymous (5)

Mary Lee Perillo Danaher ’74 and John Danaher

Pamela J. Newman The Pamela J. Newman Foundation

Kathleen O’Connell Morris ’32

Deborah Lamb Ziegler ’68 and Richard Ziegler

Bernadette R. Liegey ’56

Carol Merritt McCaffrey ’66 and David McCaffrey

Rosita Stagg Medler ’57 and Raymond Medler

Sheila Culkin Wollen ’61 and Foster Wollen

Margaret Mitty Conroy ’49†

Maura A. Markus

Valerie E. Mastronardi ’61 and Christopher Davis Charles A. Mastronardi Foundation

Arthur Williams Residuary Trust

Ironshore Joe Boren

Concetta Portaro†

Kathryn Glennon Ryan ’51†

Universal Builder’s Supply

Mary A. Christie ’60

Patricia Mecking Liptrot ’52†

The Louis and Rachel Rudin Foundation, Inc.

Raskob Foundation for Catholic Activities, Inc.

Carol Moran Frohlinger ’75 and Stuart Frohlinger

Barbara Patocka ’68 and Everett Mattlin Marybeth Lavallee Pullum ’71 and Stephen Pullum

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Monica Reddy Wood ’76 and Jerome Wood

Maureen A. Noonan ’89

Maria McGovern Hyson ’65 and Franklin Hyson

Reflects gifts to all funds and projects received from July 1, 2015 through June 30, 2016. † Indicates deceased.


TE LAUDAMUS TE LAUDAMUS, LATIN FOR “WE PRAISE YOU,” is a special recognition of individuals, companies, and foundations whose sustained giving throughout the years to the College of Mount Saint Vincent has amounted to $100,000 or more. We are deeply grateful to these donors, and we recognize that their commitment has played a critical role in helping to provide Mount students with the excellent education that continues to open doors to their future. This list has been compiled based on records since 1987. Anne O’Rourke Reid ’32†

Robert E. Dillon† and Alice S. Dillon

Mary Murray Houlihan ’47 and James G. Houlihan James G. Houlihan Family Partnership Hudson Valley Bank

Margaret De Naouley Avant†

Cathy-Ann Martine Dolecki ’80 and Ronald Dolecki

Joan Young Hurley ’48†

The Louis and Rachel Rudin Foundation, Inc.

Ave Maria Foundation Thomas S. Monaghan

Joan E. Donovan ’48

Bernadette M. Keegan ’34†

Marion Goepfert Baker ’34†

Marie J. Doty† and George E. Doty† Doty Family Foundation

Veronica Lally Kehoe† and Jack Kehoe

Christine Moynihan Barr ’73 and William Barr

Ellen Dennehy Doyle ’41†

Josephine A. Keller ’40

Thomas M. Barry and Susan C. Waltman

Noreen Doyle ’71

Marion H. Kelly ’43†

Anne L. Ducey ’35†

Thomas J. Kenny and Susan McMillan

Anonymous (11) Stefano and Carole Acunto George I. Alden Trust Altman Foundation

Helen Williamson Benziger ’48† Rosemary T. Berkery ’75 and Robert J. Hausen

Thomas R. DeNunzio and Suzanne DeNunzio DeNunzio Foundation

Edmund C. Duffy Carol Anne Dupraz ’61† ELS Language Centers

Owen B. Reilly† Elizabeth J. Rock ’46

May and Samuel Rudin Foundation, Inc. Marguerite McCabe Russo ’31† Santa Maria Foundation, Inc. Sarita Kenedy East Foundation, Inc. Gertrude A. Schlachter ’35† H. Gerard and Suzanne Seitz

Eleanor Shoughrue Kling ’30†

The Peter Jay Sharp Foundation

George Link, Jr. Foundation

Marion McCann Short ’45

C. Helen Lovell ’55

SPIA Foundation

Kathryn Callahan Magaziner ’38†

Joan M. Squires ’73 and Thomas J. Moran

Booth Ferris Foundation

Margaret Markey Evans ’44†

Frances Conlon Breeding ’32†

William J. and Joan Fishlinger

Anna C. Brennan ’29†

Charles L. Flynn, Jr.

Gladys Brooks Foundation

Dorothy M. Flynn ’36†

Brothers of the Christian Schools

Patrick Foley† and Ann Foley†

Jean F. Callahan ’48

Mary Louise Formato

Vita A. Cassese ’70 and Andre Mardon

Carol Merritt McCaffrey ’66 and David McCaffrey

Edna M. Ulasewicz ’49

Kathleen Whelan Frame ’40† Elizabeth H. Fuller

McCann-Erickson New York

CBS, Inc.

Future Leadership Foundation, Inc.

Elizabeth M. McCloskey ’34†

Walmart/The Council of Independent Colleges

Chartwells Dining Services

Margaret June Gallon ’45†

Elizabeth F. Walsh ’43†

Gail Vance Civille ’65 and Francis Civille Sensory Spectrum

Grace Foundation, Inc.

Daniel J. McNamara† and Patricia Del Balso McNamara ’49†

Susan L. Whitney ’72 and John Whitney

Anita Clausen ’32†

Patrick P. and Margaret M. Grace

Rosita Stagg Medler ’57 and Raymond Medler Carrol A. and Margo Muccia, Jr. Muccia Family Fund

Ethel Wilhelm ’29†

Helen Higgins Clausen ’48 and Tom Clausen†

Adelaide Hannan ’47† Margaret M. Hart ’33†

Mutual of America

Cristóbal and Kamaryn Conde

The Hearst Foundation, Inc.

Conserv Construction, Inc.

William Randolph Hearst Foundation, Inc.

National Collegiate Athletic Association

Noreen M. Culhane ’72 Helen Stafford Curry ’35 Dayspring, Monks of St. Benedict Joseph P. Decaminada† and Genevieve Decaminada Margaret L. Decker ’43† Jean Ames DeNunzio ’55 and Ralph DeNunzio David A. DeNunzio and Jocelyne DeNunzio Peter D. DeNunzio and Ciara Burnham

Margaret F. Grace†

Mary Beth Malone ’75 Valerie E. Mastronardi ’61 and Nicholas D. Mastronardi† Charles A. Mastronardi Foundation

John W. and Joan Neary

Ann Selinger Henegan ’49 Ann L. Henegan Private Foundation

Helene Connellan O’Neil ’48

Maureen A. Henegan ’78 Henegan Construction Company, Inc.

Deryck A. Palmer and Carmen Lawrence

Marie Herrmann† Herrmann Foundation Michael and Maggie Hoffman Michael and Maggie Hoffman Fund of the National Catholic Community Foundation

St. Vincent’s Catholic Medical Centers of NY Kathryn Swintek ’74 and Andre Dorra Verizon Foundation

Katherine Canavan Weber ’39†

Arthur Williams Residuary Trust Dorinda and Mark Winkelman Monica Reddy Wood ’76 and Jerome Wood

Geraldine Motta Oxley ’51†

Barbara Patocka ’68 and Everett Mattlin Concetta Portaro† Marybeth Lavallee Pullum ’71 and Stephen Pullum Raskob Foundation for Catholic Activities, Inc.

Elizabeth Seton Society $25,000+ | Saint Vincent's Leaders $10,000 - $24,999 | Bayley Circle $5,000 - $9,999 Founders Guild $2,500 - $4,999 | Castle Society $1,000 - $2,499 | Topaz Circle $500 - $999 Louise De Marillac Society $250 - $499 | White and Gold Club $100 - $249

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PRESIDENT’S ASSOCIATES WE GRATEFULLY ACKNOWLEDGE THE SUPPORT of our alumnae/i and friends who contribute $1,000 or more in gifts to the College each year. ELIZABETH SETON SOCIETY Anonymous (2) George I. Alden Trust

Monica Reddy Wood ’76 and Jerome Wood

Rosemary T. Berkery ’75 and Robert J. Hausen

SAINT VINCENT’S LEADERS Anonymous

John F. Caruso ’82 and Elizabeth Caruso

AIG

Gail Vance Civille ’65 and Francis Civille Sensory Spectrum, Inc. Cristóbal and Kamaryn Conde Conserv Construction Noreen M. Culhane ’72 Dayspring, Monks of St. Benedict Jean Ames DeNunzio ’55 and Ralph DeNunzio David A. DeNunzio and Jocelyne DeNunzio Peter D. DeNunzio and Ciara Burnham Thomas R. DeNunzio and Suzanne DeNunzio DeNunzio Foundation

Aon PLC ARCH Capital Group Ltd.

Raul Rivera Primerica Financial Services

Sisters of Charity Members of the Board of Trustees

Ryan Specialty Group Irwin S. Scherzer Foundation Marion McCann Short ’45

Sterling National Bank TD Bank

Susan L. Whitney ’72 and John Whitney

FOUNDERS GUILD Anonymous

Chartwells Dining Services

Arthur Williams Residuary Trust

DHI Construction Services, Inc. Howard Dym

Sheila Culkin Wollen ’61 and Foster Wollen

Patricia Halpin Albo ’71 and James Albo

Cathy-Ann Martine Dolecki ’80 and Ronald Dolecki Ayco Charitable Foundation

Deborah Lamb Ziegler ’68 and Richard Ziegler

Joan E. Donovan ’48 Doty Family Foundation

Shafik and Gigi Gabr The Shafik Gabr Foundation

First Data Charles L. Flynn, Jr.

Veronica P. Garvey ’43†

Marilyn Blake Foster ’54

Maurice R. Greenberg The Starr Foundation

Carol Moran Frohlinger ’75 and Stuart Frohlinger

Ann L. Henegan ’49 Ann L. Henegan Private Foundation

Ironshore Joe Boren

Maureen A. Henegan ’78 Henegan Construction Company, Inc.

Bernadette R. Liegey ’56 Lippolis Electric, Inc. Carmine Lippolis Patricia Mecking Liptrot ’52† Maura A. Markus Carol Merritt McCaffrey ’66 and David McCaffrey

Pauline Van Hook Sierens ’45

Christine Moynihan Barr ’73 and William Barr

Boies, Schiller & Flexner LLP

Joan Kowalczyk Beckworth ’66 and Billy Beckworth Mary A. Christie ’60 CNA Insurance Margaret Mitty Conroy ’49† Mary Lee Perillo Danaher ’74 and John Danaher Endurance Insurance John Foley Foley Family Charitable Foundation Mary E. Halloran ’79 and James Rulmyr Margaret Mullooly Hannan ’78 and Robert Hannan Bob Hannan Agency, Inc. Henry Schein, Inc.

Marybeth Lavallee Pullum ’71 and Stephen Pullum

Paul W. Mourning and Laura K. Locke Mutual of America

Maria McGovern Hyson ’65 and Franklin Hyson

The Louis and Rachel Rudin Foundation, Inc.

Pamela J. Newman The Pamela J. Newman Foundation

Sophia Yan Liu ’69

Kathryn Glennon Ryan ’51†

Maureen A. Noonan ’89

Patrick P. and Margaret M. Grace Santa Maria Foundation

Deryck A. Palmer and Carmen Lawrence Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP

Vaughn C. Williams

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Joseph A. Atkinson AtmosAir

Concetta Portaro†

Kathleen Timothy Pastina ’82 and Louis Pastina

Matthew Arduino ’79 and Susan Arduino

BAYLEY CIRCLE Anonymous (5)

Karen Kopera McCall ’74 and Thomas McCall

Edna Sandroni Ulasewicz ’49

Rose Press, Inc.

Vita A. Cassese ’70 and Andre Mardon

Environetics

Joan M. Squires ’73 and Thomas J. Moran

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John W. and Joan Neary

Universal Builder’s Supply

William J. and Joan Fishlinger

Barbara Patocka ’68 and Everett Mattlin

Raskob Foundation for Catholic Activities, Inc.

Kathleen P. Butler ’74

Edmund C. Duffy

Helene Connellan O’Neil ’48

Kathleen Rubsam Muleski ’72 and Robert Muleski

Joan D. Walsh ’81 Robert and Joan M. Dircks Foundation, Inc.

Cecilia Favorini Balog ’66 and Robert Balog

Noreen Doyle ’71

Mary Murray Houlihan ’47 and James G. Houlihan James G. Houlihan Family Partnership

Pepsi-Cola Bottling Company of New York, Inc.

Martha McHugh Hubbard ’62 and Johnny Hubbard

Bank of America Merrill Lynch Catherine Sheelen Cooke ’57 and James Cooke Jane Toal Daly ’56 and Roger Daly George A. Dunn Rosemary C. Durkin ’62 ELS Language Centers Deirdre T. Flynn Marilyn McLaughlin Fulner ’51 and Thomas Fulner Lois A. Gassmann ’72 Kevin M. Gleason Maria Gustafson ’53 Install It, Inc. C. Helen Lovell ’55 Stephen A. Manzi and Carla Manzi Kathryn McAuley ’69 MetLife Margaret Mancuso Quigley ’71 and Hugh Quigley Walter Raquet

Mary Beth Malone ’75

Claire Garvey Reid ’63 and John Reid

Valerie E. Mastronardi ’61 and Christopher Davis Charles A. Mastronardi Foundation

Elizabeth J. Rock ’46 Ruton Capital LLC

Rosita Stagg Medler ’57 and Raymond Medler

Kathryn Sperrazzo ’48†

Kathleen O’Connell Morris ’32

Mary F. Schmidt ’63 Tyrone Service David and Alice Walsh

Reflects gifts to all funds and projects received from July 1, 2015 through June 30, 2016. † Indicates deceased.


CASTLE SOCIETY Anonymous 118 East 59th Street Realty LLC Reno Alberto Allied World Assurance Company, (US) Inc. Anne Marie Anastasio ’67 and Ferdinand Spucci Kathleen Edery Anderson ’66 and Dennis Anderson Stan Anderson Approved Oil Colette F. Atkins Doris Hall Aul ’47 Margaret Mary Bambury ’57

IN THE PAST FIVE YEARS... ...the College of Mount Saint Vincent has been increasingly recognized as one of the finest, most authentically inclusive Catholic and ecumenical liberal arts colleges nationwide.

The College has earned almost singular recognition for facilitating extraordinary student success while maintaining a commitment to socioeconomic inclusivity and authentic educational opportunity. This dual commitment, inherent to our mission, has helped shape the work underway at the College, and will continue to define the challenges and opportunities before the institution.

Frances Carr Barletta ’58 and George Barletta Ann M. Barlow ’78 Mary Frances Barrett ’70 Judith Tartaglione Bautz ’61 and William Bautz Beau Dietl & Associates Rosita Medler Bellington ’85 and John Bellington Doreen Donohue Berlesky ’84 and Joseph Berlesky Margaret Farrelly Broderick ’74 and Neil Broderick Clare Codyre Brooks ’57 and Thomas Brooks Jane Flynn Burke ’79 and Tobias Burke Marian Brady Burke ’47 and Francis Burke Edna K. Cahill ’51 Lawrence Caputo ’12 Elizabeth Barnett Carlucci ’76 and Charlie Carlucci Jane Drury Cassidy ’65 and Gerald Cassidy Chris Mazzei Services LLC Eileen Chusid ’62 Helen T. Clausen ’48 Nancy Oshirak Clerkin ’55 and Eugene Clerkin A. Joan Connor ’54 Francis J. Connor Charitable Lead Corporate Synergies Group Bridget Kinney Cusack ’65 and Robert Cusack

NATIONAL RECOGNITION The Mount was featured as a top master’s degree-granting institution in 2011, and was recognized in The Other College Guide’s 2015 “Best Bang for the Buck” category based on net price, both developed by Washington Monthly. Washington Monthly also ranked the College #26 for social mobility among the best 255 liberal arts colleges in the U.S. In 2011, U.S. News & World Report lauded the Mount for having among the best loan repayment rates in the country for Pell grant reciepients, which is a key indicator of the College's postgraduation employment success. The Mount has had one of the top rates of alumni giving in the region. In 2012, Giving USA reported an increase of 3.5% in charitable giving nationally, but at the Mount the increase in alumnae/i giving was nearly twice that. In 2013, Mount alumnae/i giving held steady, while falling 9.2% nationally. In 2014, the Commission on Independent Colleges and Universities identified the Mount as a regional leader for STEM-educated college graduates in a report on New York independent colleges. The Mount was named a 2014-2015 College of Distinction—ranked as one of the nation’s best places to learn, grow, and succeed. In 2015, the Mount was recognized as one of Money magazine’s Best Colleges and was one of 10 New York State institutions to receive a top ranking for delivering the most value for students. In 2016, the College was featured for a second year in a row. In 2016, the Mount was the only private, religious institution in the country to be recognized in a study by the U.S. Department of Education for its mission-centered record of socioeconomic inclusivity and its demonstrated record of extraordinary student success. The Mount will be recognized in the Regional Universities North category of the 2017 U.S. News & World Report Best Colleges rankings, and will be included in The Wall Street Journal/Times Higher Education College Rankings for 2017.

Fayne McGrath Daniels ’52 and C. Ross Daniels

The ETC College Rankings Index has rated the Mount in the top tier of U.S. colleges for improving student/alumni earning and employability.

Philip Darivoff

Best Colleges has ranked the Mount among the top 10 Catholic colleges and universities in the U.S. and 13th most diverse among colleges and universities nationwide.

Kathryn P. Daughton ’47 Kevin DeGroat

Elizabeth Seton Society $25,000+ | Saint Vincent's Leaders $10,000 - $24,999 | Bayley Circle $5,000 - $9,999 Founders Guild $2,500 - $4,999 | Castle Society $1,000 - $2,499 | Topaz Circle $500 - $999 Louise De Marillac Society $250 - $499 | White and Gold Club $100 - $249

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PRESIDENT’S ASSOCIATES Margretta Diemer Stubbs ’75 and Brad Stubbs

Mary Lynch Granger ’65 and James Granger

Regina Thonus Dowd ’71 and William Dowd

Thomas J. Grant

Maureen Silk Driscoll ’63

Margaret Taylor Griffen ’49 and Ward Griffen

Geraldine M. Drohan ’45 Sharon Zieman Duggan ’63 and Francis Duggan Virginia M. Dunne ’45 EIHAB Human Services Eltech Industries, Inc. Ellen M. Farley ’62 Janet Lewis Finch ’66 and Albert Finch Elizabeth Madigan Freher ’59 and Edward Freher Elsa Monzon Frisco ’63 and Gerald Frisco Nancy Kudgus Geysen ’63 and Frank Geysen Margaret Tortorelli Giacoponello ’68 and Joseph Giacoponello Peter Gisolfi Associates Jeannine Mally Glazewski ’72 and Vincent Glazewski Marianne and Walter Gomoka

Claire-Anne Gray ’69

Patricia Grogan ’50

Patricia G. Kiernan ’44

Marianne Tyndall Malague ’59 and Paul Malague

Susan Butler Kilby ’69 and Roy Kilby

Michelle A. Mally ’70

Virginia Murray Kingsbury ’55 and David Kingsbury

Carol L. Mangano ’70

Mary Ann Knowles ’53

Sally McDermott Mannion ’65 and Robert Mannion

Ann Folk Kurinskas ’77 and James Kurinskas

Nancy Haley

Doris M. Laffan ’47

Taeko Hattori ’66 Steven and Lynn Hayes Jean Kenna Heins ’80 and John Heins HelloWorld Patricia Liberatore Hogan ’85 and David Hogan Karyn Iadarola Iannaccone ’86 and Paul Iannaccone

Marie Mulligan Lauria ’56 and Donald Lauria Beatrice Chao Lee ’54 Lendlease Daniela Decanini Leone ’69 and John Leone Edward A. Lesser Liberty International Underwriters

Ann C. Kazak ’58

Maria Padoch Liteplo ’65 and Merrill Liteplo

John Kelly Russell E. Kennedy, Sr.† and Catherine Kennedy Eileen A. Kerins ’67 Anita Palmieri Kerr ’70 and William Kerr

Donna M. Maresca ’83 Rocco and Lisa Marotta

Ann Marie Lafferty ’62

InterCity Agency, Inc. Diane Nicholson Keenan ’53 and John Keenan

Marie Manning ’54

Mary B. Martin Dale Avella Masi ’51 Margaret Gallagher McCarthy ’73 and Edward McCarthy Catherine E. McDermott ’61 Julianne Imperato McGinley ’61 and Patrick McGinley Virginia Feehan McGlone ’61 and James McGlone Margaret McGovern ’51

Virginia A. LiVolsi ’65

Marguerite Engels McHale ’80 and Robert McHale

Philomena Lynch Madden ’66 and Patrick Madden

Catherine Condon McMahon ’75 and John McMahon

Joan G. Maddy ’50

Rose Kelly McTague ’68 and Michael McTague

Annette Armishaw Maiberger ’66 and Richard Maiberger

Catherine Meagher ’62

Reflects gifts to all funds and projects received from July 1, 2015 through June 30, 2016. † Indicates deceased.

CURRICULAR INNOVATION A Mount Saint Vincent education equips students to master their full potential as creative, disciplined thinkers and problem solvers. In the past five years, the College has enriched current academic offerings, and has added new interdisciplinary programs that are coherent to institutional strengths, mission appropriate, and meet market need. In 2012, the Undergraduate College revised its Core Curriculum to ensure all students shared a vigorous intellectual experience that serves as the basis for lifelong learning. The 49 credit program takes place over four years, reflecting the College’s commitment to an authentic liberal arts education. Students complete classes in a range of disciplines— literature, languages, art, music, history, philosophy, religion, mathematics, as well as the natural and social sciences—to

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develop a solid foundation of knowledge, an appreciation of moral and ethical values, and essential skills such as critical thinking, analysis, problem solving, and effective communication. According to Sarah Stevenson, Provost and Dean of Faculty, “the increased attention to critical thinking, in particular, and to active inquiry over passive reception, will prepare our students well as they embark on careers or graduate school.” In 2015, two new majors were added in Public Policy and Market Data Analytics. These interdisciplinary programs draw on existing strengths and utilize faculty from the humanities, business, economics, communication, and mathematics. The College has also enhanced instruction of introductory and core courses. The

College secured funding from the U.S. Department of Education’s Minority Science and Engineering Improvement Program in 2016 to provide recitation hours for key science and mathematics courses. These hours engage students more fully with subject matter, and facilitate the development of effective peer-to-peer and student to faculty relationships, all of which provide a foundation for success. Similarly, core English courses have been enhanced by a writing laboratory to cultivate the writing and research skills essential to success in all disciplines. The Center for Undergraduate Research continues to grow as a key element of the baccalaureate experience. The Center sponsors and assists students in developing original research and


Mary Molloy ’77 and Walter Jones

Margaret M. Pezzolo ’44

Veronica H. Ryan ’56

Marilyn J. Molter ’66

Eileen Kramer Phelps ’59 and Richard Phelps

June E. Saal ’46

J. Frank Morris Mary E. Mulhearn ’71 Rosemarie A. Naimo ’53 Regina Napolitano ’85

John Pizzuti Christina Wolanski Pokorny ’72 and Thomas Pokorny

Nassau/Suffolk Chapter

Michelle Shamoun Polityka ’65 and Thomas Polityka

Jeanette Ferris Nassour ’47†

Jane T. Porter ’43

Navigators Management Company, Inc.

Eileen M. Power ’77

NorthStar Aviation USA

Hon. Nick Rahall

Regina Baecher Oberlin ’69 and Thomas Oberlin

Susan Realmuto ’69

Karen Boykin-Towns ’87 and Darryl Towns Kathleen M. Tracey, S.C. ’48

Sharon Sager ’73 and Loring Swasey Saint Joseph’s Medical Center

Natalie Caldwell Trump ’71 and Frederick Trump

Susan Cullen Schwartz ’65 and Benjamin Schwartz

Patricia K. Turner ’56 Venture Insurance Programs

Mary C. Segers ’61

Maria T. Vullo ’84

H. Gerard and Suzanne Seitz

Joan Klintworth Walsh ’49 and Lawrence Walsh

Silver Star Limousine Ellen Ryan Simmons ’72 and Bruce Simmons

Wells Fargo

Elaine Sloan ’66 and Ross Moen

Patricia Corvi Widmer ’78 and Charles Widmer

Liz O’Brien

Patricia Green Reed ’57 and William Reed

Deirdre A. O’Connor ’83

Margaret A. Reedy ’73

Patricia Cantore O’Connor ’70 and William O’Connor

Daniel T. Regan

Eileen Spear ’90 and Roger Neath

Catherine R. Reilly ’70

James Sperrazzo

Christine L. Reilly ’75

Marie Gerne Stanton ’57 and Reginald Stanton

Barbara A. O’Neil ’56 Pamela Burke O’Neil ’70 and Thomas O’Neil Paradigm Capital Judith A. Pasqua ’64 Marianne Paulsen ’72 Theresa Pelone Perna ’61 and Thomas Perna

Helen Riso ’40 Kathleen Gordon Ronan ’80 and Daniel Ronan Rooter Plus Plumbing & Heating Susan Rose Mary Ellen Ryan ’57

Joan F. Smyth

Alice Grim Stenson ’57 and Richard Stenson Anne M. Strianese ’71 Martin Sullivan Jeanne M. Tobin ’54

W. Adam Wichern, III

Ellen West Wittig ’61 and Joseph Wittig Joan M. Woods ’57 Mary Beth Colligan Woods ’69 and Donald Woods Joanne M. Wuest ’51 Vera Endres Zapata ’74 and William Zapata Mary Edward Zipf, S.C. ’62 Joanne Zurlo ’74 and James Yager

Elizabeth Seton Society $25,000+ | Saint Vincent's Leaders $10,000 - $24,999 | Bayley Circle $5,000 - $9,999 | Founders Guild $2,500 - $4,999 | Castle Society $1,000 - $2,499 Topaz Circle $500 - $999 | Louise De Marillac Society $250 - $499 | White and Gold Club $100 - $249

scholarship across the College. In May 2016, more than 90 students presented original scholarly work at the annual Student Research and Service Symposium. Students learn qualitative and scientific methods along the entire spectrum, from conception to measurement to analysis. Research studies are conducted by students in every academic discipline. Topics are shaped by both course work and the range of service, co-curricular, and study aboard opportunities available at the College, so they truly reflect each student’s passions and strengths. Cultivating individual interests is also key to the Oxley Career Education Program. A nationally recognized initiative—made possible in part by a grant from the U.S. Department of Education—helps students understand the value and range of opportunities aligned with their abilities.

With the support of dedicated advisors, students strategize how to translate their passions into a meaningful career. One important facet of the Oxley Program, which was launched in 2013, allows students to engage in credit granting internships throughout their time at the College. Students benefit from exploring various professional and academic interests. At other institutions, internships are completed as a culminating experience before graduation. Opportunities have also been developed to draw on the College’s location. The summer of 2016 marked the first offering of the College’s ART|NYC initiative. Through ART|NYC, students from across the nation can experience the visual arts—from museum masterpieces to the latest gallery exhibitions—in a global cultural capital. A four-course, full-semester program featuring an internship and emphasizing

direct experience, ART|NYC provides trips to area museums and galleries, studio visits, and conversations with visual arts professionals. “A great deal of learning depends on viewing reproductions, whether of a celebrated masterpiece from the past or the latest, game-changing work of public art,” said Marcia Vetrocq, Director of ART|NYC. This past year, Katherine Wallace, currently a junior at Kansas State University, participated in the program. “I had never been to New York City before, let alone spent more than a few hours with famous or well-known works of art,” Katherine said. “The program was a total immersion of study and discussion, of being drawn into pieces of art history and city life.” Katherine credits ART|NYC for further propelling her passion for art into a strong career path. continued on page 38

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SCHOLARSHIP TRIBUTE DINNER CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE SCHOLARSHIP TRIBUTE DINNER support the College's Scholarship Fund. The College of Mount Saint Vincent hosted its annual Scholarship Tribute Dinner at Cipriani Wall Street on Wednesday, May 11, 2016. The event raised nearly $600,000 to support scholarships for talented and deserving students. The College honored M. Shafik Gabr, Chairman and Managing Director of the ARTOC Group for Investment and Development and Chairman of the Shafik Gabr Foundation, and Pamela J. Newman, President and Chief Executive Officer of The Newman Team at Aon PLC. Scholarship Tribute Dinner honorees are recognized for their personal, professional, and civic achievements that uphold the College’s mission. Anonymous Ace Party Rentals Accretive Capital Advisors LLC AIG Elizabeth R. Giove AIG Alon Neches Reno Alberto Allied World Assurance Company, (US) Inc. Almstead Tree, Shrub and Lawn Care Company Ryan Anderson Stan Anderson Victor Angermueller Aon PLC Approved Oil Company ARCH Capital Group Ltd. Aspen Insurance Colette F. Atkins AtmosAir AXIS Accident & Health Ana Barbu Blanche Micciche Barresi ’59 and Joseph Barresi Beau Dietl & Associates Richard Dietl Edward Bergman Rosemary T. Berkery ’75 and Robert J. Hausen Big Apple Florist Marc Rothkopf Kelli Bodrato David Boies Boies, Schiller & Flexner LLP Bruce W. Boyea Security Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York Margaret Farrelly Broderick ’74 and Neil Broderick Melinda Bush HRW Holdings LLC Chris Capano Security Fence Systems, Inc. Joe Carrara ISI Integrated Supply, Inc. John F. Caruso ’82 and Elizabeth Caruso Vita A. Cassese ’70 and Andre Mardon Chartwells Dining Services Mary A. Christie ’60 Chubb

Gail Vance Civille ’65 and Francis Civille Sensory Spectrum Thomas Claro CNA Insurance Commercial Kitchens, Inc. Richard L. Pinto Cristobal and Kamaryn Conde Conserv Construction, Inc. Seva Manousos Constantine ’95 and John Constantine Noreen M. Culhane ’72 Bridget Kinney Cusack ’65 and Robert Cusack DFG Investment Advisors Phil and Betsy Darivoff Kevin DeGroat DHI Construction Services, Inc. Howard Dym Peter D. DeNunzio and Ciara Burnham Jerry and Vinece Dinardo James Donius Marie A. Dooley ’64 Doty Family Foundation Cornelia Hamill Duffy ’65 and Thomas Duffy Edmund C. Duffy Emilie Dulles George A. Dunn Merrill Lynch

EIHAB Human Services Abed Elkeshk ELS Language Centers Eltech Elevator Christopher Encalada Endurance Insurance Environetics Leta C. Finch and William Ryerson First Data William J. and Joan Fishlinger Charles L. Flynn, Jr. Shafik and Gigi Gabr The Shafik Gabr Foundation Peter Gisolfi Peter Gisolfi Associates LLP Roberta Gordon Maurice R. Greenberg The Starr Foundation Steven M. Hayes and Lynn Hayes Paul Hearn Hebrew Home at Riverdale Daniel Reingold Maureen A. Henegan ’78 Henegan Construction Company, Inc. Henry Schein, Inc. Anne Marlborough Horan ’51 InterCity Agency, Inc. Fitzgerald Ventura Ironshore Joe Boren

President Charles L. Flynn, Jr. and Honoree M. Shafik Gabr.

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Sandra Jenson Catherine Kinney Nadine Lee Colony Family Offices Lendlease Liberty International Underwriters Doris C. Lindbergh ’70 Lippolis Electric, Inc. Carmine Lippolis Dorothy L. Lupo ’49 Mary Beth Malone ’75 Stephen A. and Carla Manzi Tony Marconi Corporate Synergies Group Maura A. Markus Mary Beth Martin Valerie E. Mastronardi ’61 and Christopher Davis Charles A. Mastronardi Foundation Chris Mazzei Chris Mazzei Construction Services Michael J. McGovern Dorothy Whelan Meehan ’66 and Dennis Meehan Madeleine and John Melkonian Fernando Mendoza MetLife Theresa Montemayor and Christian Quemere Kenneth and Beth Motschwiller


Honoree Pamela J. Newman celebrates with scholarship recipients. Paul W. Mourning and Laura K. Locke Mutual of America Thomas J. Moran National Media Consultant Helen Lockwood Hewson Navigators Group., Inc. John W. and Joan Neary Pamela J. Newman The Pamela J. Newman Foundation NorthStar Aviation USA Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company Alfred R. Schor ’08 Christopher and Elizabeth O’Brien Marilyn Osweiler Stamats Communication, Inc. Anne Marie and C. Lawrence Paine Deryck A. Palmer and Carmen Lawrence Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP Paradigm Capital Jan Hummel Virginia Kuper Passarelli ’77 and Ralph Passarelli Kathleen Timothy Pastina ’82 and Louis Pastina Felix Perez ’15 Brian Pfeifler The Pfeifler Family Foundation Joseph Polizzotto Michael Quinn ’11 and Kaitlyn Quinn Hon. Nick Rahall Teresita Ramirez Tony Rampersaud and Regina Degnan The Newman Team

Daniel T. Regan Martin and Lucy Regan Raul Rivera Primerica Financial Services Javier Rodriguez Rooter Plus Plumbing & Heating Rose Press, Inc. Susan and Elihu Rose Mark Rozell Sari and Alfred Rudmann Ruton Capital LLC Rutong Xie Ryan Specialty Group June E. Saal ’46 Mahvash Saba Sharon T. Sager ’73 and Loring Swasey Sager Swasey Partners, UBS Cosmo Saginario Grant Thornton LLP Mitchell Sakofs The Santa Maria Foundation The Grace Family Elizabeth Lavin Seibold ’65 and Bruce Seibold H. Gerard and Suzanne Seitz Matthew and Victoria Shields Jack S. Silver Silver Star Limousine Mario De Rocha Monica C. Smith ’90 and Amy A. Smith Marketsmith, Inc. Michael J. Spicer and Kathleen Spicer Saint Joseph’s Medical Center The Sourcing Group Joan M. Squires ’73 and Thomas J. Moran

Stealth Air Robotics Corporation Peggy A. Steffann ’65 Sterling National Bank Sarah Stevenson Martin and Antoinette Sullivan Taconic Heating & Cooling Corp. Arlene Tavarez ’09 TD Bank Jason A. Torres ’98 Natalie Robinson Treanor ’65 and William Treanor Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Tredwell David Treitel and Carla D’Andre Edna Sandroni Ulasewicz ’49 Universal Builder’s Supply Patrick L. Valdez Regina Burke Vassak ’66 and John Vassak Daniel Vasquez Install It, Inc. Venture Insurance Program Gagan Verma Wage Secure

David J. and Alice Walsh Amalgamated Life Insurance Company Helen Synan Walsh ’78 and Edward Walsh Joan D. Walsh ’81 Robert and Joan M. Dircks Foundation, Inc. Wells Fargo Advisors LLC Susan L. Whitney ’72 and John Whitney W. Adam Wichern, III Anne Morris Wilding ’65 and Christian Wilding, Jr. Vaughn C. Williams Marcy Maguire Windsor Nissan Monica Reddy Wood ’76 and Jerome Wood Zetlin & Dechiara LLP Edward and Mara Zukowski Zurich

SCHOLARSHIP TRIBUTE DINNER SAVE THE DATE | April 27, 2017 CIPRIANI 25 BROADWAY

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ALUMNAE/I OUR ALUMNAE/I ARE EXTRAORDINARY in their support of their alma mater, and we gratefully acknowledge the gifts they have made to the College. Contributions received from those whose names appear below were used in support of all funds and projects. 1932 Donors: 1 Total Contributed: $5,450 BAYLEY CIRCLE Kathleen O’Connell Morris

1938 Donors: 2 Total Contributed: $4,100 FOUNDERS GUILD Anonymous WHITE AND GOLD CLUB K. Taylor O’Neill

1939 Donors: 1 Total Contributed: $100 WHITE AND GOLD CLUB Frances A. Devine, S.C.

WHITE AND GOLD CLUB Helen Dougherty McCormick

TOPAZ CIRCLE Helen Hanrahan Kelly

DONOR Dorothy Rappelt Kenny

LOUISE DE MARILLAC SOCIETY Irene T. O’Brien

1943 Donors: 5 Total Contributed: $35,996 ELIZABETH SETON SOCIETY Veronica P. Garvey† CASTLE SOCIETY Jane Tully Porter TOPAZ CIRCLE Anna Geering Cross WHITE AND GOLD CLUB Kathleen Kelly O’Neill DONOR Loretta LeBlanc Hawkins

1944

1940 Donors: 2 Total Contributed: $1,250

Donors: 6 Total Contributed: $2,835

CASTLE SOCIETY Helen Quinn Riso

CASTLE SOCIETY Patricia G. Kiernan Margaret Rappelt Pezzolo

LOUISE DE MARILLAC SOCIETY Marie Rooney Lumelleau

LOUISE DE MARILLAC SOCIETY Sylvia Repetto Larkin

1941 Donors: 3 Total Contributed: $450 WHITE AND GOLD CLUB Mary Fleming Connolly Dorothy Connolly Govern Bobette Hayden Watson

1942 Donors: 3 Total Contributed: $375 LOUISE DE MARILLAC SOCIETY Marjory Niewenhous Sherman

WHITE AND GOLD CLUB Marjorie Schremp Gormley Mary Donlon Morrison Helen Murphy, S.C.

1946

1948

Donors: 8 Total Contributed: $6,425

Donors: 16 Total Contributed: $50,817

FOUNDERS GUILD Elizabeth J. Rock

ELIZABETH SETON SOCIETY Helene Connellan O’Neil

CASTLE SOCIETY June E. Saal

SAINT VINCENT’S LEADERS Joan E. Donovan

TOPAZ CIRCLE Frances Schug Grace

FOUNDERS GUILD Kathryn Shaker Sperrazzo†

LOUISE DE MARILLAC SOCIETY Aileen Lally Ferguson†

CASTLE SOCIETY Helen Higgins Clausen Kathleen M. Tracey, S.C.

WHITE AND GOLD CLUB Mary Jane Lawlor DePhillips Mary Niewenhous Gormley Catherine Daly O’Neill

TOPAZ CIRCLE Virginia M. Giovinco Aimee Mommsen

DONOR Anne Rowan Harrington

1947

Donors: 10 Total Contributed: $23,195

ELIZABETH SETON SOCIETY Mary Murray Houlihan

SAINT VINCENT’S LEADERS Marion McCann Short Pauline Van Hook Sierens

CASTLE SOCIETY Doris Hall Aul Marian Brady Burke Kathryn Dorgan Daughton Doris M. Laffan Jeanette Ferris Nassour†

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WHITE AND GOLD CLUB Elizabeth A. Hassdenteufel DONOR Rita Edwards Rudy Mary Vincent Schuster-Muller

Donors: 12 Total Contributed: $57,500

CASTLE SOCIETY Geraldine Clancy Drohan Virginia M. Dunne

LOUISE DE MARILLAC SOCIETY Honorine Kendrick Wallack

DONOR Justine Schmalzl Smith Margaret Locker Wright

1945

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WHITE AND GOLD CLUB Patricia Buckley Boerner Rosaria D’Angelo Iadavaia

TOPAZ CIRCLE Patricia Cowan Egan Margaret Newman Kelly

WHITE AND GOLD CLUB Dorothy Devereux Bigley Janette Kelley DeCamp Kathleen Armour Knowles Lillian Harnett Mooney DONOR Mary Thomas Edna Stack, S.S.J.

Donors: 26 Total Contributed: $115,140 ELIZABETH SETON SOCIETY Ann Selinger Henegan Edna Sandroni Ulasewicz BAYLEY CIRCLE Margaret Mitty Conroy† CASTLE SOCIETY Margaret Taylor Griffen Joan Klintworth Walsh TOPAZ CIRCLE Noreen J. Haggerty Rosemary Lally Inlow LOUISE DE MARILLAC SOCIETY Joan Miller Hagan WHITE AND GOLD CLUB Mary Tamagnini Arrighi Margaret Hooper Flynn Louise Niewenhous Grady Ann Taber Hassett Mary Louise Mulligan MacFarland Sally Sferrazza Pipitone Irene Carroll Sager Blanche J. Scheib Frances Sidlo Josephine Coppola Urban Joan Dunn Walsh Margherita M. Yon DONOR Virginia Gigante Audino Patricia Dugone Gambarelli Dorothy L. Lupo Barbara Bauer McGloin Adelaide Susca Rignanese Mary McGovern Warner

1950 Donors: 13 Total Contributed: $3,425 CASTLE SOCIETY Patricia Galvin Grogan Joan Backer Maddy

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LOUISE DE MARILLAC SOCIETY Alberta M. Blasewitz Augusta Heinzmann Burke Marjory C. Farley Mary Cullen Foehrenbach

1949

Full-Time Undergraduate Students

1,436

Full-Time Undergraduate Students

Reflects gifts to all funds and projects received from July 1, 2015 through June 30, 2016. † Indicates deceased.


LOUISE DE MARILLAC SOCIETY Anne R. Gallagher WHITE AND GOLD CLUB Dorothy Ryan Fay Wilda O’Donnell Gazik Gloria D’Angelo Ingrao Jean Callahan Reardon Mary Ann Rigney Thomson Ann Whelan Walters DONOR Olga Olcese DeNapoli Audrey Heckendorn McCue Dorothy Duffy Murphy Elinor Connor O’Brien

1951 Donors: 34 Total Contributed: $62,585 ELIZABETH SETON SOCIETY Kathryn Glennon Ryan† FOUNDERS GUILD Marilyn McLaughlin Fulner CASTLE SOCIETY Edna Kiernan Cahill Dale Avella Masi Margaret McGovern Joanne Marona Wuest TOPAZ CIRCLE Claire Weiskopf Cross Eileen Joyce Dullmeyer Anne Marlborough Horan Elizabeth Dwyer Ryan LOUISE DE MARILLAC SOCIETY Eileen Murphy Blessington Claire Perini Caimano Marjorie Whelan Hanawalt Elaine L. Palatine Janet Walsh Vollrath WHITE AND GOLD CLUB Geraldine McNeil Baldwin Constance Hunt Brown Joanne McKeon Cummings Elizabeth Mulvihill Doyle Joan Pfeifer Grau Elizabeth Murray Kuhn Alice J. Longman Leda McNally Marrano Angela Connellan Murphy Marie Murphy Rosemary E. Murray Edna Nunes North Joan Kennedy Ryan Joanne Deasy Sebetic Elizabeth Collins Shea Evelyn Muller Spellerberg Jean De Wan Von Stamwitz DONOR Jane Carey Burke Dorothea Harth

CAMPUS ENHANCEMENTS The College’s value includes its aesthetic quality and emphasis on sustainability. We are proud of our campus’ pastoral setting, forming a hub for students to study and create a meaningful community. A vital component of maintaining our visual appeal is through ongoing campus enhancements.

1952

1953

1954

Donors: 24 Total Contributed: $13,985

Donors: 28 Total Contributed: $9,830

Donors: 20 Total Contributed: $18,895

SAINT VINCENT’S LEADERS Patricia Mecking Liptrot†

FOUNDERS GUILD Maria Loheac Gustafson

SAINT VINCENT’S LEADERS Marilyn Blake Foster

CASTLE SOCIETY Fayne McGrath Daniels

CASTLE SOCIETY Diane Nicholson Keenan Mary Ann Fenlon Knowles Rosemarie Naimo

CASTLE SOCIETY A. Joan Taylor Connor Beatrice Chao Lee Marie Koch Manning Jeanne Havender Tobin

TOPAZ CIRCLE Rosemary Golden Cummins LOUISE DE MARILLAC SOCIETY Joan Kline Dickson Marybeth Coyle Lyons Madeline Pagano Salustri WHITE AND GOLD CLUB Ann Dolores Ferraro Ashton Evelyn Valdejuly Boake Mary Sullivan Flinn Marie Walsh Hayman Mary Liegey, S.C. L. Patricia McGeough Lindsell Mary T. Pinto Franca Battente Sparacio Rosalie Wilson Steiner Rosemarie Charbonneau Wagner DONOR Barbara Mulry Backus Marian Schleindl Clark Jeanne Magagna Deuschle Paulette Hamway Didato Roberta Toscano Dimaria Geraldine Casey Dutra Marion Malara Marotta Irene Shea McCrory

TOPAZ CIRCLE Patricia Ronan Monterosso Margaret Paglia Wellman Helen Pitassy York LOUISE DE MARILLAC SOCIETY Joan Zambetti Kruger Sally Todd Murphy WHITE AND GOLD CLUB Helene Cifra Alameda Margaret Cummings Driscoll Anne Goodwin Gordon Virginia Grajauskaite Gureckas Patricia Lawlor Luongo Lucille Lisanti Magnaldi Agnes Cullen Maurer Mary Geary McLaughlin Marilyn Murphy Rivara Mary Wadden Russell Jane Ann Kaiser Singleton Roberta Raymond Slonim Natalie Foote Tiernan Mary Bock Wolf DONOR Marilyn Mohrenweiser Anderson Mary Ann Garisto, S.C. Mary Adele Henze, S.C. Althea Clark King Margaret Rooney Lahm

Elizabeth Seton Society $25,000+ | Saint Vincent's Leaders $10,000 - $24,999 | Bayley Circle $5,000 - $9,999 Founders Guild $2,500 - $4,999 | Castle Society $1,000 - $2,499 | Topaz Circle $500 - $999 Louise De Marillac Society $250 - $499 | White and Gold Club $100 - $249

TOPAZ CIRCLE Patricia Garvey Glock Ann Iannuzzi Guglielmo Patricia Anderson Pittari Elma Pasquinelli Vescovi LOUISE DE MARILLAC SOCIETY Theresa Maddalo Blose Claire Smith Griswold WHITE AND GOLD CLUB Barbara Leidinger Clark Angela Scarola Gray Jean Keeley Hammonds Margaret Mayes Kelly Patricia Riehm Reinhold Lillian Adamec Rossini DONOR Virginia Bianco Pappalardo Priscilla Lamb Sassi Teresa Pianotti Weeks

1955 Donors: 27 Total Contributed: $1,213,965 ELIZABETH SETON SOCIETY Jean Ames DeNunzio

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ALUMNAE/I FOUNDERS GUILD C. Helen Lovell CASTLE SOCIETY Nancy Oshirak Clerkin Virginia Murray Kingsbury TOPAZ CIRCLE Kay Palmer Clarke Elizabeth Schmidt Leparik LOUISE DE MARILLAC SOCIETY Barbara Lynch Brizzolara Marilyn Clarke Mary Connellan Dougherty Florence Sendlbeck Fialk Barbara Kennedy Ellen Hanlon Ogilvie Naida Arroyo Pabon Kathleen Delaney Schafer Maralyn Wagner Turney WHITE AND GOLD CLUB Laura Plover Horigan Mary McGinley Anna O’Dea Morris Rosemary Robb Myers Cathleen M. Sullivan DONOR Jane Petrillo Arciero Maureen Wolf Coleman Rita Dempsey Dieck

Patricia Caplis Kelly Maureen Kenny Jeanine Canales Pratt Katherine Wenton Strakosch

1956 Donors: 37 Total Contributed: $33,115 SAINT VINCENT’S LEADERS Bernadette R. Liegey FOUNDERS GUILD Jane Toal Daly CASTLE SOCIETY Marie Mulligan Lauria Barbara A. O’Neil Veronica Lynch Ryan Patricia K. Turner TOPAZ CIRCLE Kathryn A. Collins Theresa De Cola Medlar Mary Ann McGlynn Traska LOUISE DE MARILLAC SOCIETY Gail T. Kelley Mary Fitzmorris Callan Margaret Hannon Capozzi Rita Devereux Sgammato

WHITE AND GOLD CLUB Mary Bradley Brown Anne Melly Doherty Eleanor Donohue Lorraine Hausler Ghibaudi Mary Gavin Hull Rita Demeo MacDonald Rosemary Kane Mahoney Astrid Richie O’Brien† Margaret Fischer O’Grady Judith Fay Papp Annette Pichette Seaman Georgia Strong Alice Malone Von Schaumburg DONOR Joan Baumann Corbin Jean Fasano Eder Joan Stegeman Finneran Patricia Tiernan Johnstone Mary H. Kennedy Mary Mahoney Levy Gloria M. Lew Veronica Liegey, S.C. Elizabeth Connellan McGahren Mary Humphrey Rosenthal Judith Burns Squire

1957 Donors: 45 Total Contributed: $23,798 BAYLEY CIRCLE Rosita Stagg Medler FOUNDERS GUILD Catherine Sheelen Cooke CASTLE SOCIETY Anonymous Margaret Mary Bambury Clare Codyre Brooks Patricia Green Reed Mary Ellen O’Kane Ryan Marie Gerne Stanton Alice Grim Stenson Joan M. Woods TOPAZ CIRCLE Arline Durnin Braswell Ann M. English Catherine Collier Hertz LOUISE DE MARILLAC SOCIETY Dolores Nugent Amico Mary Grace Palazzo Black Dolores Carter Farrell Winifred Bate Hughes

WHITE AND GOLD CLUB Gloria Galli Albertelli Barbara Vandernoot Betkowski Geraldine O’Connor Block Mary Quinn Bohan Marlene Mawson Carney Constance Clarkin Ernenwein Suzanne Burnham Gallagher Emma de Celis Guinot Rita McGrath McGuire Rose Clancy McKenna Carol Cunningham Moran Helen Romano Mulligan Donna M. Murphy Madeline Barrett O’Grady Monica Wohlfert Oudens Betty Lou Manahan Polk Marie McGann Reddy Patricia Peters Ryder DONOR Ann Mackin Harkins Anita Kelley Klan Celeste Lucchini Barbara Ann McCabe O’Brien Elizabeth Weber Olig Mary Churcher Porras Ann Reid Powers Eleanor Keeshan Smith Mary Vigliotti Stangl Joan Fox Stewart

1958 Donors: 28 Total Contributed: $7,940 CASTLE SOCIETY Frances Carr Barletta Ann Novellino Kazak TOPAZ CIRCLE Eileen Farley Dahlia Napolitano Penachio LOUISE DE MARILLAC SOCIETY Mary Lou Dunlay Faust Eileen Sullivan Gallagher

CAMPUS ENHANCEMENTS This past summer, the College completed the final phase of its Science Hall renovations, with the construction of a new microbiology and cell tissue laboratory suite. In addition to enhancing instruction through new equipment, the suite provides significant space and resources for student and faculty research. Rededicated in 2013, the Science Hall has been fully modernized, with 10 state-of-the-art laboratories, refurbished classrooms, expanded study spaces, and new climate control systems, essential for scientific experimentation.

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WHITE AND GOLD CLUB Ida Di Bernardo Annicelli Elizabeth Pirundini Gallacher Brenda Leonard Mary Ellen Bowen McNamara Marie McGovern Melillo Patricia A. O’Connell Jean McKenna O’Donnell Josephine Liotta Oliveri Gail A. Pizzuti Marilynn Depp Prunty Jane Dahlke Reichard Marie Devincenzo Ross Loretta Moriarty Sauerwein Virginia Schilling Jean Smith Sosinski Ann Reinders Tobin

Reflects gifts to all funds and projects received from July 1, 2015 through June 30, 2016. † Indicates deceased.


DONOR Angela Jusino Cocuzza Agnes DeRose Eileen Kelly, S.C. Patricia Cooke McGuinness Suzanne Leddy Silkworth Catherine McCann Smith

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1959

TOPAZ CIRCLE Mary Ellen Duva Dux Anne Keating Hintz Priscilla Mullins McNamara Ann Melillo Richardson

Donors: 47 Total Contributed: $9,105 CASTLE SOCIETY Elizabeth Madigan Freher Marianne Tyndall Malague Eileen Kramer Phelps LOUISE DE MARILLAC SOCIETY Rosemary P. Campbell Teresa Paterniani Cooper Virginia Stiles Donohue Barbara A. Glista Ann Higgins McKinstry Barbara Cahill Rendich Maryann Shea Nancy Quinn Sturtevant Margaret Mulvey Vasta Kathryn McVann York WHITE AND GOLD CLUB Grace Imperato Bardinelli Blanche Micciche Barresi Carol Unangst Bauer Mary Jane Rippe Comfort Kathryn Parmelli Feeney MaryPat Donnelly Fields Lysabeth Fortunato Sandra Doyle Hamilton Camille Colgan Hayden Marilyn Oddo Keehan Maureen Mulholland Mellitt Eileen Slattery Murphy Ethel E. Pizzuti Georgine Richardson Redmond Joellen Gill Schmidt Mary Keelan Shaughnessy Mary Boughton White DONOR Sheila O’Brien Curtis Mary Magrath Dillon Judith Moravek Ellsworth Nancy Murnane Engert Irene Szyjka Harasimowitz Dorothy Freed Heiskell Judith Lancaster Koelsch Helen Fitzpatrick Latham Marion Deutsch Lontkowski Madeline Eboli Masterson Mary M. McDonnell, RSCJ Kathryn Pitkiewicz McLaughlin Roberta Scott Muldoon Jean Feeley Poli Kathleen Necker Pottick Hilda Marth Wittke Barbara L. Woerz

Donors: 28 Total Contributed: $18,875 BAYLEY CIRCLE Anonymous Mary A. Christie

LOUISE DE MARILLAC SOCIETY Adele Range Byrne Lorraine Fragette Mackin Jane Burns McDonnell Barbara A. Rakowski Ellen Gorman Rowe WHITE AND GOLD CLUB Elizabeth McLellan Aylmer Eugenia Brady Coffey Winifred Bowen Hinrichs Judith Burke Horzepa Marian A. Lombardi Diane DeRose Murgio Carol Ann Nolan Catherine Meehan Sagan Evelyn Dooley Seidman Annamarie Verde Stefani Gail Reinhard Weigel DONOR Eileen Feeley Corrigan Victoria Fodor Coulson Barbara Corbi Kaufer Patricia Pryor Keiserman Maureen O’Brien Monroe Judith Berger Peterson

1961 Donors: 44 Total Contributed: $35,375 SAINT VINCENT’S LEADERS Sheila Culkin Wollen BAYLEY CIRCLE Valerie E. Mastronardi CASTLE SOCIETY Judith Tartaglione Bautz Catherine E. McDermott Julianne Imperato McGinley Virginia Feehan McGlone Theresa Pelone Perna Mary Segers Ellen West Wittig TOPAZ CIRCLE Mary Wat Trucksess Joan Weiss LOUISE DE MARILLAC SOCIETY Mary Casey Butler Zenobia V. Fox

SolarCity representative Henry Labalme, Assemblyman Jeffrey Dinowitz, Senator Jeffrey Klein, and President Charles L. Flynn, Jr. celebrate the largest solar array in NYC at Mount Saint Vincent.

CAMPUS ENHANCEMENTS The summer of 2016 also brought the installation of 1,400 solar panels in Villa Lot—making it the largest known solar array in New York City. The project is coordinated in partnership with the nation’s top solar provider SolarCity. The College expects to cut its overall electrical costs by over $100,000 per year through the use of solar panels. Additional panels will top the Peter Jay Sharp Athletic and Recreation Center, and plans are underway for further installations across multiple buildings on campus. The solar canopies are yet another example of the College’s commitment to taking an environmentally conscious approach. Most of the College’s major buildings—including Founders Hall, Hayes Auditorium, Spellman Hall, and the Science Hall—have completed oil-to-gas conversions. The College is now at an over 10 percent energy cost savings per year. On top of recently switching the College’s residence halls to LED light fixtures, the Mount also boasts outdoor LED lighting. The life span of an LED bulb is 50,000 hours compared to 1,200 hours on an incandescent bulb. The College is also in the process of steadily revamping its building management system, to manage costs and eliminate energy waste.

Roberta Farrelly Fugazzi Mary Kitkowski Hardy Barbara G. Josefowicz Margaret O’Donnell McNerney Gail McVey Ryan WHITE AND GOLD CLUB Nancy Sargent Anderson Ann O’Toole Carew Marianne Kaiser Cerchio Bernadette Kelly Farrell Antoinette Bria Fodor Joyce McQuillan Gasser Anne Fitch Gibbons Barbara Hillman Horgan Geraldine Direnzo Kureck Helen Heap McGuire Kathryn Lynch McLellan Dorothy Mullins Meyer Loretta Zito Moraetis

Elizabeth Seton Society $25,000+ | Saint Vincent's Leaders $10,000 - $24,999 | Bayley Circle $5,000 - $9,999 Founders Guild $2,500 - $4,999 | Castle Society $1,000 - $2,499 | Topaz Circle $500 - $999 Louise De Marillac Society $250 - $499 | White and Gold Club $100 - $249

Agnes Marshall Mulhern Mary Ann Carew Perkins Cecelia Conaghan Stapleton Barbara Martin Zagaja DONOR Judith Yang Chow Barbara Etchingham Mary Ellen Golden Bernardine J. LaMantia Patricia Reinhard Lee Mary Miskell Manfredonia Mary Deely McGuire Margaret Hourigan McLoughlin Mary H. Stuart

1962 Donors: 42 Total Contributed: $19,995 BAYLEY CIRCLE Martha McHugh Hubbard FOUNDERS GUILD Rosemary Sheridan Durkin CASTLE SOCIETY Eileen Daly Chusid Ellen M. Farley Ann Marie Lafferty, S.C. Catherine Meagher Mary Edward Zipf, S.C. TOPAZ CIRCLE Mary McIntyre Anderson Moira Fitzpatrick O’Connor Alicia del Rosario Ong

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LOUISE DE MARILLAC SOCIETY Ingrid Stuhler Barrett Luise F. Bethencourt Louise Lawless Delaney Kathleen Brown Finigan Jean Boyle Gooding Joan Hesselbacher Graburn Mary Slaker Haas WHITE AND GOLD CLUB Anonymous Kathleen Armstrong Amoia Denise Healy Brand Virginia Ferrerio Cerussi Paula Leclair Dorn Marie Wolf Doyle Diane Drechsler Hoover Annette Della Cava Horvath Mary Ann Jordan JoAnn Scileppi Lang Margaret Prior Martone Elizabeth Mazur McDonald Sara Jo Conaghan Mosier Joan Kavanagh Odud Karlene C. Reilly Grace Maher Reynolds Virginia M. Yorio DONOR Rae Freedson Bottino Geraldine Derose Christensen Dorothy A. Frohlich Mary Elizabeth Tully Mueller Dorothy Vassallo Novak Therese Lederman O’Keefe Mary Dolson Seyler Laurel Cuomo Wilson

1963 Donors: 42 Total Contributed: $13,699 FOUNDERS GUILD Claire Garvey Reid Mary Maggiore Schmidt CASTLE SOCIETY Maureen Silk Driscoll Sharon Zieman Duggan Elsa Monzon Frisco Nancy Kudgus Geysen TOPAZ CIRCLE Jane Rushford Page LOUISE DE MARILLAC SOCIETY Ellen McCarthy Crowley Mary Quill Gibbons Kathleen Godesky Glenister Nancy Maye Habetz Leona L. Leo WHITE AND GOLD CLUB Elizabeth M. Begley

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Louise Crisona Ciulla Elizabeth J. Feehan Joan Stadelmann Harris Phyllis Distasi Keenan Barbara A. Levinson Jane Scileppi Lowson Claire Austin Lynch Anne Allen Mahoney Valerie Hennessy McCarthy Alice Corr McLoughlin Patricia Zurey Mercadante Julianne McAuliffe Palmieri Marion Covell Sousa Kathleen E. Sullivan Alice Veyvoda Mary O’Connor Viola

Patricia Hayes Quattrochio Antoinette Tortorella Roos Marilyn Lane Smith Jerilynn Filip Volkman

DONOR Catherine Morgan Bradshaw Betty Allen Cheshire Virginia Bennett Flanagan Ellen Geis Hughes Lenore Schwartzkopf Isleib Loretta Arfi Malaspina Patricia Gibson Moran Celestina Rinaldi Siconolfi Maureen Christman St. John Rosalyn Smith Sturm Maureen Dunican Touhey Joanne E. Walsh Carol Harty Wasilauskas

Donors: 63 Total Contributed: $98,150

DONOR Rose Ann Pizzutiello Cleary Patricia Murray Eidle Carla Bacigalupo Healy Janice Carmody Jacobs Mary Bradley McElligott Teresa La Rocca Melanson Louise Roy Morgner Maureen Hickey Radl

1965

ELIZABETH SETON SOCIETY Gail Vance Civille BAYLEY CIRCLE Anonymous Maria McGovern Hyson

Donors: 31 Total Contributed: $7,210

CASTLE SOCIETY Marguerite O’Rourke Arbutiski Jane Drury Cassidy Bridget Kinney Cusack Mary Lynch Granger Maria Padoch Liteplo Virginia A. LiVolsi Sally McDermott Mannion Michelle Shamoun Polityka Susan Cullen Schwartz

CASTLE SOCIETY Judith Yamarone Pasqua TOPAZ CIRCLE Josephine Zerbi Eschmann Ann Quinlan Marinucci Patricia Sweeney Neher Mary Jane Spohr Vonnegut

TOPAZ CIRCLE Patricia Ross Aglietti Helen Generosa Bruno Angela M. Donovan Cornelia Hamill Duffy Theresa Strelec Gallagher Carol O’Donnell Leahy Geraldine Hannon Lumelleau

LOUISE DE MARILLAC SOCIETY Maria Gerosa Bulis Marie A. Dooley Anne Manning Grandis Eleanor Fleming Millar Lavonne Nemmers Rosemary Hoey Pisano

LOUISE DE MARILLAC SOCIETY Jane Weibrecht Audrey-Neuhauser Annette La Fiandra Camilleri Margaret Fiordalisi Dames Margaret Wolf DePol Elizabeth M. Dunne Gail Hotarek Dwyer Ann C. Hunt Virginia Kelly Lawn Mary M Mastaloni Lizzi Margaret F. Mahon Laurine Irving Megna Mary Ann Dunn Ryer Maureen Kirby Sanders Virginia Lillis Smith Jean Toth-Allen Natalie Robinson Treanor

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WHITE AND GOLD CLUB Mary Kathryn O’Connor Brinker Marion Desalvo Cuff MaryLou Eschmann Donofrio Margaret Egan, S.C. Maureen O’Dea Feeney Kathleen Mahon Golnik Mary Brady Harrigan Ellen Ferens Herzman

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WHITE AND GOLD CLUB Rita Sanford Barchitta Mary Maniscalco Bellantoni Frances Marshall Cunningham Joan Mullaly DeYoung Mary Jane Coyle Dooley Corinne Goldrick Fischer Juliana P. Flaherty Virginia Starke Garvey Jeanne Devine Goetz Susan McCaffery Haugh Elizabeth De Caprio Hezel Nancy Mitchell Jordan Jane Jewusiak Landers Miriam Elliott Murphy Virginia Garvelli Murphy Marguerite Pirritano Catherine Giblin Ricardo Susan Scully Elizabeth Lavin Seibold Peggy A. Steffann Anne Morris Wilding DONOR Patricia A. Cammisa Craghan Gail E. Farrelly Abigail Waters Kohler Irene Sheehan Laheney Dahlia Barbara Noonan Marian Doyle Orsetti Rosemary Castellano Segall

1966 Donors: 47 Total Contributed: $49,758 SAINT VINCENT’S LEADERS Cecilia Favorini Balog Carol Merritt McCaffrey BAYLEY CIRCLE Joan Kowalczyk Beckworth CASTLE SOCIETY Kathleen Edery Anderson Janet Lewis Finch Taeko Hattori Philomena Lynch Madden Annette Armishaw Maiberger Marilyn J. Molter Elaine Sloan TOPAZ CIRCLE Mary Alice Becker Searles Anne Doyle Carpenter Virginia Michener Fitzgerald Arlene Ketchum Margaret Marrazzo Kirwin Virginia Lambert LOUISE DE MARILLAC SOCIETY Jean Henke Anthony Rosanne Picciano Brock Louise Kudgus Burke Maureen Heveran Garvey

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MISSION INSPIRED VISION

At the Mount, students engage in service to pursue knowledge, develop an understanding and appreciation for individuals from diverse backgrounds, and prepare themselves to address the challenges facing our communities. The College inspires students and alumnae/i to be Leaders in Service— individuals who respect the dignity of every person, freely share the benefits of their experiences and education, and who understand that true charity is an act of love and respect between equals. Opportunities to serve abound and can be found through an integrated and broad range of initiatives across the campus and throughout the curriculum. The Seton Service and Leadership Program exemplifies the College’s most fundamental values. The program, sponsored by the Sisters of Charity of New York, includes a four-year, full room and board scholarship offered to students with high academic profiles and outstanding community service and leadership skills. But the Seton Service and Leadership Program is more than a scholarship. All Mount students are encouraged and invited to join the like-minded community of peers who serve together, fostering servant leadership skills in the spirit of Elizabeth Ann Seton and Vincent de Paul. As diverse as their interests are, students find commonality in service and volunteer over 10,000 hours annually. Service is not just an extracurricular activity—it is an essential component of the College’s mission, and the charism of its founders, the Sisters of Charity. And it’s not limited to our campus community. Students respond to the immediate needs of the disenfranchised and most vulnerable— the disabled, elderly, homeless, working poor, and youth—while pursuing advocacy and policy work to address the cause of inequities, both locally and globally. A few years ago, the College made a powerful decision to further its service opportunities abroad, empowering student success by expanding its international educational offerings. Nearly every college student has an opportunity to study abroad, but Mount Saint Vincent

students have an advantage: they can imbue their study abroad experiences with meaningful work. The Mount welcomed IPSL to campus in 2013. Since 1981, IPSL has engaged students, educators, and grassroots organizations around the world in hands-on service to promote equitable relationships, social justice, sustainable change, and a commitment to our shared humanity. With congruent missions and a focus on excellence, inclusion, and ethical service, the College was the logical choice as the East Coast headquarters for the group’s programmatic operations. Over the past few years, the strategic partnership has matured. Undergraduate students have expanded their academic studies through IPSL’s programs, seeking valuable work skills and intercultural competency. Service learning is the pedagogy that links academic study with the hands-on experience of volunteer community service, which IPSL and Mount Saint Vincent have enriched through each other. The partnership is complementary. Now known as IPSL @ Mount Saint Vincent, its nationally recognized academics and renowned global service learning placements have created greater access to high-quality international educational programming. Both the College and IPSL have championed their commitment to the greater good. And both now lead the way for ethical service learning abroad. Much of the College’s rigorous interdisciplinary curriculum—on campus and abroad—includes the study of key issues, including those relating to social and public policy. The Fishlinger Center for Public Policy Research enhances such studies, preparing students to engage in intelligent discussion and debate as informed citizens and future policymakers. The on-campus center is a vital hub of fact-finding inquiry, which works to spotlight public opinion on key policy issues through independent, objective data gathering and analysis. Since its inception in 2015, the Fishlinger Center has produced

significant research on social issues— ranging from the epidemic of human trafficking to comprehensive analysis of the 2016 presidential election. In the months ahead, the Fishlinger Center will continue its mission to galvanize thought leaders and the general public with nuanced examination of the most salient issues of the day. In 2016, the Charter High School for Law and Social Justice—the product of a unique partnership between the College of Mount Saint Vincent and New York Law School—welcomed its second freshman class. Located at 1960 University Boulevard in the Bronx, the Charter School weaves the intricacies of law into its four-year curriculum, aiming to provide students with a comprehensive high school education while implementing academic and social groundwork for success in college and post-college life. Underscored by the themes of law and social justice, the Charter School’s mission is to engage, inspire, and empower students. The Mount’s Teacher Residency Program will utilize the Charter School as a training site for students seeking a Master of Science in Adolescent Education and Special Education Grades 7-12. This hands-on experience brings together theory and practice, better preparing graduate students to enter the classroom as a professional. The Mount’s mission, and how it is lived by students, alumnae/i, faculty, and staff, made it the ideal home for the Margaret F. Grace Lecture. Dedicated to the exploration of ecumenism, world poverty, and social justice, the lecture series was established in 2001 by the late Margaret F. Grace, a Catholic lay leader and philanthropist who founded the Cardinal Suenens Center at John Carroll University. In 2015, the Grace family relocated the lecture series to the Mount. Margaret and her husband Peter Grace were longstanding benefactors of the College of Mount Saint Vincent. Their son, Patrick Grace, a trustee emeritus, continues the tradition of generosity and service, which is now further augmented through the honor of hosting the annual Grace Lecture.

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ALUMNAE/I Elizabeth Drago Hoban Alba Lafiandra Marguerite L. Marra Dorothy Whelan Meehan Honore Chorobik Radshaw Carol Martine Solanto Joanna Mondini Tonacci Regina Burke Vassak WHITE AND GOLD CLUB Eileen Collins Audley Marguerite Driscoll Connor Jo-Anne Dicosimo Contreras Mary Ellen McBrien Courchene Mary Brassel Elwood Patricia McLaughlin Graham Mary Ellen Hanley Hyland Ann F. Keenan Linda Cimicata Morante Geraldine Moretti-Altuna Barbara Quackenbush Marie T. Reddy Cynthia Potten Schneider Kathleen Kirby Sherman DONOR Mary Snyder Howell Jill McGrath Elizabeth Bird Murray Eileen Anderson Ormond Jeanne McEvoy Romeo

1967 Donors: 41 Total Contributed: $9,738 CASTLE SOCIETY Anne Marie Anastasio Eileen A. Kerins TOPAZ CIRCLE Susan Hapworth Gartland Carol Cook Kissane Mary Donnelly Wondrasch LOUISE DE MARILLAC SOCIETY Joan Marshall Genovese Patricia Whalen Huffield Mary Campbell Liegey Virginia Hogan Martin Mary Anne Holdenecker Massey Ann Mastaloni Melone Linda Zanetti Vag WHITE AND GOLD CLUB Nancy Deluise Brill Margaretta Campbell Bruegger Sylvia Stavropoulos Christakos Rosemary Granelli DeFlumeri Nancy Chisari DeMarco Pamela C. Frasca Kathleen Dreyer Joyce

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CAMPUS ENHANCEMENTS The last several years have brought additional improvements to our athletic and recreational facilities. In 2011, a new wrestling training room/dance suite was constructed. In 2014, the campus’ first NCAA regulation athletic field was completed. Situated on the banks of the Hudson River, Marillac field offers breathtaking views of Manhattan and the Palisades, providing an unrivaled setting for competition. The field serves as the home of the Dolphins’ soccer and lacrosse teams. In 2015, the College expanded and renovated the fitness center in the Peter Jay Sharp Athletic and Recreation Center—the facility is now comprised of 7,500 square feet and benefits from up-to-date fitness equipment.

Kathleen Burke Keller Patricia Corcoran Kenny Theresa Suppa Kruger Joan Rynkowski Lawson Susan L. Matthews Julie Gaynor McCarthy Mary Finneran McDonough Beth Meehan Kathleen Connelly Murray Virginia Tilch Nasser Mary Ellen Buckley Nicholson Kathleen Ghent O’Donovan Janet Blass Patrick M. Patricia Dennen Walsh DONOR Patricia Gates Cioffari Angela Corbett Dobbs Linda Caruso Ellis Mary Baldwin Fedigan Teresa Conway Klahre Laura Mastrogianni Landgraff Jo-Ann Alquist Langseth Loretta Sheridan

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1968 Donors: 44 Total Contributed: $124,520 ELIZABETH SETON SOCIETY Barbara Patocka SAINT VINCENT’S LEADERS Deborah Lamb Ziegler CASTLE SOCIETY Margaret Tortorelli Giacoponello Rose Kelly McTague TOPAZ CIRCLE Edith Dewald Schumacher Virginia Gottcent Sermier LOUISE DE MARILLAC SOCIETY Christine Murphy Bird Beth Oldfield DiLorenzo Mary Ellen Greene Maureen Sullivan Irwin Anne Dougherty McCann Barbara Miklus Whelan

WHITE AND GOLD CLUB Margaret Drain Benton Elizabeth Brown Mary Jane Rearick Cappell Rosemary Elliott DeLoach Rosemarie Digregorio Mary Ellen Newbrand DiSenso Kathy O’Leary Flanagan Nancy Nadurak Ford Patricia Mullaney France Margaret Burns Hamilton Andrea St. Clair Heinstadt Mary Neary Hoffmann Mary Anne Kowalski Janet Martens Lambert Sandra Benedetti Masiello Mary Ann Dillman Maus Eileen Boyle McCarthy Mary Foody Miller Susan Opava Noreen Bristol Oslander Susan Davis Sciascia Helen Vincent Wilson Patricia McNamara Wong Patricia Connelly Zorka

DONOR Anne Dooney Mary K. Fitzgerald Rhoda Healy Geoghegan Lorraine Gnecco Julia Luby Juhasz Anne Voetsch Rudy Mary Ann Crocco Saponara Cynthia Giaimo Vitale

1969 Donors: 46 Total Contributed: $22,847 BAYLEY CIRCLE Sophia Yan Liu FOUNDERS GUILD Kathryn Felton McAuley CASTLE SOCIETY Claire-Anne Gray Susan Butler Kilby Daniela Decanini Leone Regina Baecher Oberlin Susan Leonard Realmuto Mary Beth Colligan Woods

Reflects gifts to all funds and projects received from July 1, 2015 through June 30, 2016. † Indicates deceased.


TOPAZ CIRCLE Karen A. Daly Ellen Riesz Green Nancy Harding Catherine Forte Lanza Patricia Gibney McTighe Mary Ellen McGowan Overbay Eileen Morgan Patino LOUISE DE MARILLAC SOCIETY Mary Ann Gerve Chandler Eileen M. Lissmann Nancy O’Leary Sisler Grace Zuccaro WHITE AND GOLD CLUB Anonymous Margaret Kelly Bisceglia Janie Rohr Bradstreet Eileen Dennery Broer Barbara Perrelli Cesa Mary Bowles Curtis Marie G. Iadavaia Patricia Ruback Kehrberger Linda Baiardi Leykam Patricia Winskus Minichino Margaret Adamski O’Dea Denise Shamoun Phalan Kathleen Krug Reichart Beth Morrison Santini Janet Madaffari Spears Maureen O’Neill Tucker Patricia McCarthy Yerian DONOR Sunday Bosco Bradlee Anne Denise Brennan, S.C. Sondra Degasperis Carole Gartner Ehlinger Dale Capra Feuerman Carolyn Esch Hartko Claire Webber Heil Regina Visconti Montana Eileen Walters Ruggieri Ann Bourseleth Vavolizza

1970 Donors: 42 Total Contributed: $33,777 SAINT VINCENT’S LEADERS Vita A. Cassese CASTLE SOCIETY Mary Frances Barrett Anita Palmieri Kerr Michelle A. Mally Carol L. Mangano Patricia Cantore O’Connor Pamela Burke O’Neil Catherine R. Reilly TOPAZ CIRCLE Anonymous Marita Sommar Osborne LOUISE DE MARILLAC SOCIETY Johanna Coletta Fallert Doris C. Lindbergh

Jean Wagner McClure Joanne Cardona O’Neill WHITE AND GOLD CLUB Judy O’Hare Bagnell Mary Repetti Capellini Mary Carroll-Mirylees Maureen Cleary Geraldine Neuhaus Crary Carol Dechance Jill Harrsen Drescher Pamela Banville Dymczynski Joan Finneran Foley Frieda Karl Goodrich Virginia Hall-Apicella Kathleen Kelly Hennessy Alma M. Joseph Elizabeth Maltby Jean M. Marra Tina Tenaglia Zeltmann DONOR Angela Iadavaia Cox Joan Dorfmann Jane DuBois Una Owens Flynn Florence Riordan Hess Rosemary Marshall Murphy Judith O’Mara Nash Dolores Elizabeth O’Connor Emilia Pandolfelli O’Connor Barbara R.N.P. Riely Teresa Merz Sammis Joann Zotti Wirchansky

1971 Donors: 56 Total Contributed: $150,295 ELIZABETH SETON SOCIETY Noreen Doyle Marybeth Lavallee Pullum FOUNDERS GUILD Patricia Halpin Albo Margaret Mancuso Quigley CASTLE SOCIETY Regina Thonus Dowd Mary E. Mulhearn Anne M. Strianese Natalie Caldwell Trump TOPAZ CIRCLE Maryann Boylan Johnston Eileen Higgins McHugh Veronica Conroy O’Connor Kathleen Brocks Whiteside Jean Campagna Wilkes LOUISE DE MARILLAC SOCIETY Felicita Sola Carter Eileen Colihan Catherine Goosmann Betsy Gordon Gorski Cathleen Condon Lamanna Louise Bennett Nee Kathleen Lynch Powell Joan Quinn Marilyn Winter Ringo

WHITE AND GOLD CLUB Mary Ann Scerbo Caproni Mary Ann LaRocca Caputo Anna Scaccia Chielli Margaret Morano Condon Shan Murphy Cyr Loretta Buk Elledge Donna Civitano Finegan Dierdre Flynn Catherine Davis Gutterman Coralee Goodnough Johnson Barbara Niedowski Judge Maureen Leonard Deborah Bundy Manderson Mary Ellen Martin Claire McCormack Lauren McCoy Mary Bogaard McManus Barbara E. McMurray Mary Sweeney Shea Nancy McGuire Sheffler Diane Hetling Simonetti Margaret Magdalenski Tringali Mary Elizabeth Farnam Vincent Geraldine M. Voelkel DONOR Anonymous Barbara Rothar Beck Linda De Maio Collins Lorraine Schlopper Kelly Katharine Ruckel Mase Patricia K. McPhillips Mary Carol Hassenstein Redelheim Kathleen O’Neill Reidda Patricia Smith Linda Hearn Steeger

1972 Donors: 42 Total Contributed: $160,140 ELIZABETH SETON SOCIETY Noreen M. Culhane SAINT VINCENTS LEADERS Susan L. Whitney BAYLEY CIRCLE Kathleen Rubsam Muleski FOUNDERS GUILD Lois A. Gassmann CASTLE SOCIETY Jeannine Mally Glazewski Marianne Paulsen Christina Wolanski Pokorny Ellen Ryan Simmons TOPAZ CIRCLE Marybeth MacDonald Preisel Christine Monagan Ryan LOUISE DE MARILLAC SOCIETY Mary Fleming Courtney Catherine Gonzalez Garvey Vivienne Andrea Parodi Patrice Geary Tiffany

Elizabeth Seton Society $25,000+ | Saint Vincent's Leaders $10,000 - $24,999 | Bayley Circle $5,000 - $9,999 Founders Guild $2,500 - $4,999 | Castle Society $1,000 - $2,499 | Topaz Circle $500 - $999 Louise De Marillac Society $250 - $499 | White and Gold Club $100 - $249

WHITE AND GOLD CLUB Christine Szymanski Bagdzinski Patricia Rogers Bouchard Kathleen E. Healy Leeanne Landry Kelly Irene Castaldo Libby Maria Richter Lindsay Karen Malecki McCarney Maureen A. McNamee Dorothy Coyle Meighan Jane Laurenson Neuburger Loretta J. Neuhaus Cynthia Ulissi Rogers Kathleen Reddy Walsh Kathleen Wynne Walzer Barbara Hughes Wekerl DONOR Beverly Belus Frances Pontorno Contino Patricia Cody Coughlin Doreen Cavallo Ferrara Mary Kuhn Greene Patricia Walsh Gutter Ellen Tobin Jackson Jean O’Brien Livingston Donita Makin Marguerite Manganaro Marett Lenore E. Maroney Patricia Turley Mehmel Laura Blake Piazza

1973 Donors: 29 Total Contributed: $38,801 ELIZABETH SETON SOCIETY Joan M. Squires BAYLEY CIRCLE Christine Moynihan Barr CASTLE SOCIETY Margaret Gallagher McCarthy Margaret A. Reedy Sharon Sager TOPAZ CIRCLE Kathleen Pigott Flahive Margaret E. Gordon Anna Osso Porco LOUISE DE MARILLAC SOCIETY Kathleen Lawrence Duffy Jane Walter Flanagan Joan DeMay Meagher Ellen Carter Pitel WHITE AND GOLD CLUB Kathleen Mimnaugh Casagrande Anne Hekl Clark Gracemary Monaco Hagan Janice Lazzaro Herlihy Margaret Healion Jordan Elizabeth France Kisielewski Denise Parrott McDonough Patricia M. Miney Joanne Mirenda Maureen Scarry Moscato

Deborah Ford Neuhaus Kathleen M. Russell Bernadette Stewart DONOR Christine Bendish Janet E. Lokay Elizabeth Provost Linda Lauricella Shute

1974 Donors: 53 Total Contributed: $44,887 SAINT VINCENT’S LEADERS Kathleen P. Butler Karen Kopera McCall BAYLEY CIRCLE Mary Lee Perillo Danaher CASTLE SOCIETY Margaret Farrelly Broderick Vera Endres Zapata Joanne Zurlo TOPAZ CIRCLE Regina Connor DeFrancisco Teresa K. Gill Kathryn B. Swintek LOUISE DE MARILLAC SOCIETY Arlene O’Connor Bell Mary Loftus Dooley Kathleen Doyle Hunt Judith McKeith Kerns Sharon E. Minder Margaret Sheridan Rupnick Elizabeth Doyle Terranova WHITE AND GOLD CLUB Jane Morath Atwell Cheryl Malcolm Borrelli Geraldine Cullen Brogan Nancy Brocks Bruckmann Ellen Speth Cacciapaglia Virginia Brander Dowd Mary Jo Doody Dunleavy Irene Read Fall Teresa Mercurio Furnari Patricia Grove Julia Gang Harlin Catherine Donohue Hickey Robin Guizzetti Jeffers Kathleen O’Connor Lauro Marta Diorio McKenna Kathleen McNamee Anne Lafferty Michaels Mary Ryan Morris Celine Perea Kathryn Beck Remsen Katherine Schmahl Karen Eichorn Sullivan Maureen Walsh Vacek DONOR Catherine DiCarlo Beach Jane Nobes Brennan Eileen Burns Collins Peggy Crinigan Connors Eve Miller Cox

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Filipino-American students, along with His Excellency Jose L. Cuisia, Jr., Philippine Ambassador to the United States, and the Honorable Mario L. De Leon, Jr., Philippine Consul General in New York, reflected on the 30th anniversary of the EDSA People Power Revolution through a forum and Pulitzer Prize-winning photo exhibit “Revolution Revisited” by Kim Komenich in April 2016.

CAMPUS ENHANCEMENTS As the College’s enrollment continues to grow, renovations are being made to Founders Hall. These changes are necessary to ensure the building adequately serves the student population, but are designed to preserve the beauty and history of the landmark. In the past five years, new lounge, study, and office spaces have been created throughout the building.

Maria Batista Cuebas Deborah Elsenhout Katherine Bird Ford Margaret McDermott Garland Patricia Furlong McCarthy Marilyn Fina Pinghera Christine Cardone Sollami Laura Ann Watson Virginia C. Wiley

1975 Donors: 27 Total Contributed: $59,330

SAINT VINCENT’S LEADERS Carol Moran Frohlinger

DONOR Mary M. Connor Donna Buck Fitzgibbons Elizabeth Doyle Kennedy Sonia Rodriguez Michele Vion Winsch Barbara Young Zuccaro

BAYLEY CIRCLE Mary Beth Malone

1976

ELIZABETH SETON SOCIETY Rosemary T. Berkery

CASTLE SOCIETY Margretta Diemer Catherine Condon McMahon Christine L. Reilly LOUISE DE MARILLAC SOCIETY Mary McKeon Herzog Pamela Skrobala Jantzen Ann Marie Miller O’Brien Ann O’Rourke Romanovsky Loretta M. White

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WHITE AND GOLD CLUB Deborah McLean Adams Kathleen Dalton Teresa Vitagliano Golden Margaret Bastable Parker Coiette Gallagher Pesce Marybeth Magin Reutemann Barbara Mills Russell Lucia M. Sin Marie Thomas Patricia McCafferty Walter

Donors: 19 Total Contributed: $80,280 ELIZABETH SETON SOCIETY Monica Reddy Wood CASTLE SOCIETY Elizabeth Barnett Carlucci TOPAZ CIRCLE Virginia Marshall Lynch Jeanne McLaughlin Potter LOUISE DE MARILLAC SOCIETY Barbara A. Casazza

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Mary Pat Canavan Dilks Kathy Franklin Farrell Eugenia Zitis Johnson Juliane DeLeo Naclerio WHITE AND GOLD CLUB JoAnne Maher Courage Marion Loftus Ege Virginia Giersch Holton Stephanie Grano Lennon Marilyn Jones McMahon Kathleen Marra Willemin DONOR Joan Finnegan Benzie Theresa Broglio Nancy Nicosia Hazzouri Mary Siegrist Ryan

1977 Donors: 24 Total Contributed: $7,325 CASTLE SOCIETY Ann Folk Kurinskas Mary Molloy Eileen M. Power TOPAZ CIRCLE Joanne R. Guerriero Dorothy Estabrook Kovak LOUISE DE MARILLAC SOCIETY Virginia Kuper Passarelli Rosemarie Sheehy Tropeano Josephine F. Valente

WHITE AND GOLD CLUB Mary McGrath Bernarducci Maryellen Flynn Cancellieri Susan Muller Dyer Katherine Keiser L’Abbate Nancy Anderson Landy Marie Mitarotondo Victoria Lickers Mitchell Madonna M. Nolty Barbara Smith Swenson DONOR Rachelle P. Cotugno Phyllis B. Fisher Sophie Riccio Kozak Kathleen Corbett McCarthy Maureen C. Migliorini Francine Volgare Wolak Anne Navins Zagar

1978 Donors: 21 Total Contributed: $44,450 ELIZABETH SETON SOCIETY Maureen A. Henegan BAYLEY CIRCLE Margaret Mullooly Hannan CASTLE SOCIETY Ann Maher Barlow Patricia Corvi Widmer TOPAZ CIRCLE Yvonne Carcione Connors Mary Guarracini

Elizabeth Reilly Lemanski Regina Scheer Mreczko Helen Synan Walsh LOUISE DE MARILLAC SOCIETY Doriana R. Fontanella Catherine Labiak Maher WHITE AND GOLD CLUB Rossella Brevetti Monica Lepore Susan Hofmann Marks Linda Caristia Parlatore Claire Puccinelli Patricia Lee Tarpey Barbara Klaritch Vrana DONOR Kathleen Dolan Mary F. Grace Barbara Cortelli Halecki

1979 Donors: 22 Total Contributed: $13,835 BAYLEY CIRCLE Mary E. Halloran FOUNDERS GUILD Matthew Arduino CASTLE SOCIETY Jane Flynn Burke

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TOPAZ CIRCLE Rosemary Ligabo Cona Maria Lauria LOUISE DE MARILLAC SOCIETY Sharon Gaffney Horan Celine A. Kerwin Maureen Boshell Nihill WHITE AND GOLD CLUB Bitsy Seuffert Ball Anne L. Clark Maria Januzzi Cunningham Jane Calabrese Duggan Judith Hard Carol M. Kerler Joan M. Puccinelli Barbara Zarod DONOR Karen Carr Natasha A. Court Maureen Schweigler Guiglotto Margaret Kistinger-Cooper Cecilia McGovern Elizabeth M. O’Flynn

1980 Donors: 33 Total Contributed: $31,718 SAINT VINCENT’S LEADERS Cathy-Ann Martine Dolecki CASTLE SOCIETY Jean Kenna Heins Marguerite Engels McHale Kathleen Gordon Ronan TOPAZ CIRCLE Coleen Ceriello Mehary LOUISE DE MARILLAC SOCIETY Patrice M. Cortelli Mary Hornik Rita Murphy Jurgielewicz Kathleen M. O’Brien Kathleen O’Keefe Margaret Trainor O’Malley WHITE AND GOLD CLUB Anonymous Donna Schaefer Correale Barbara Acerno Debold Barbara Upton Gomez Eileen Fennelly Hoban Leslie Hogan Janet Blose Kasbohm Sheila O’Donnell Kenny Angela Natale-Ryan Dolores Reynolds Ramos Sharon Keogh Redmond Maryanne Finnen Treadaway Mary Birkhofer Warchot DONOR Margaret Ambrose Stephanie Court Byam Barbara Cardito Rosalie Troia Di Chiara Ruth Lewin Cheryl Peary Salter

Kathleen Corcoran Schmidt Barbara Hart Simone Cathleen Zotto

1981 Donors: 11 Total Contributed: $9,575 BAYLEY CIRCLE Joan D. Walsh TOPAZ CIRCLE Elizabeth Birney Johnson LOUISE DE MARILLAC SOCIETY Helen Hoover Joan Pryde WHITE AND GOLD CLUB Lana Como Maureen O’Driscoll Dulak Angela Lijoi Gunn Judith Jones Lindner Maura Kennedy Mulgrew Kathleen Muller Rogers DONOR Ann Delaney Schumacher

1982 Donors: 20 Total Contributed: $45,120 ELIZABETH SETON SOCIETY John F. Caruso SAINT VINCENT’S LEADERS Kathleen Timothy Pastina LOUISE DE MARILLAC SOCIETY Eileen Conde Lois Bezold Doyle Thomas Doyle Leslie Simpson Hille WHITE AND GOLD CLUB Susan McGovern Biagini Maryellen Dicks Colombo Sheila Johansson Kelly Ellen O’Grady Maloney Patricia Posluszny Lynne Anne A. Thompson Dorothy A. Wade DONOR Kathleen Rogan Confeiteiro Barbara Strange Goldfluss Uta Gore Joan M. Kirshner Regina Corcoran McLeod Mary Jane McGrath Namazi Irene Cassar Whelan

1983 Donors: 31 Total Contributed: $6,890 CASTLE SOCIETY Donna Murphy Maresca Deirdre O’Connor

TOPAZ CIRCLE Joseph Molinatti Kathleen Phalen Sawyer LOUISE DE MARILLAC SOCIETY Deborah Hinkley Eileen Ceriello Labiak WHITE AND GOLD CLUB Grace Dorrian Balter Jane Barrena Reenie Debold Donovan Mary D. Fitton Marybeth Flanagan Goldberg Julie Keany Hodorowski Catherine Ryan Horan Eileen McManus Kennedy Moira Merrigan Kiernan Mary Ellen Doherty McGowan Marnell I. McNamara Patricia M. Morris Mary-Jean Maddia Parillo Margaret Pignataro Diane Rush Roberts Jeanmarie Doherty Rosa DONOR Mary Morley Brunetti Barbara Bandikow Cecco Maureen Mooney Flood Mary Capozzi Lundgren Mark A. Malcolm Anne Spicer Ollen Mary Ellen Brady Shortell Lisa Cella Sohonyay Ellen Ernenwein Turner

1984 Donors: 13 Total Contributed: $3,960 CASTLE SOCIETY Doreen Donohue Berlesky Maria T. Vullo TOPAZ CIRCLE Lori Creighton Morini LOUISE DE MARILLAC SOCIETY Elizabeth Hengeveld Pugh WHITE AND GOLD CLUB Frances Nolan Crotty Carolyn Driscoll Cheryl Dunn McCarthy Nancy Pristash Geraldine Pope Young DONOR Cynthia Richetti Leonard Carolyn Kubik Orski Margaret Grant Platt

1985

Donors: 10 Total Contributed: $4,150 CASTLE SOCIETY Rosita Medler Bellington Patricia Liberatore Hogan Regina Melly Napolitano

Elizabeth Seton Society $25,000+ | Saint Vincent's Leaders $10,000 - $24,999 | Bayley Circle $5,000 - $9,999 Founders Guild $2,500 - $4,999 | Castle Society $1,000 - $2,499 | Topaz Circle $500 - $999 Louise De Marillac Society $250 - $499 | White and Gold Club $100 - $249

TOPAZ CIRCLE Diane Anobile Tuffey WHITE AND GOLD CLUB Joanne Billott Margaret Birney Brescia Barbara Cronin LaPerche Eileen Giammanco Riccardi DONOR Jeanne Speirs Marmion Virginia Davis Wilson McLauchlin Maureen Dollard Smith

1989

Donors: 5 Total Contributed: $10,320 SAINT VINCENT'S LEADERS Maureen Ryan Noonan WHITE AND GOLD CLUB Barbara Smyth Conner Theresa Dooley Needham DONOR Joan Brannigan Werling Michelle Yost

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1990

Donors: 7 Total Contributed: $1,615

Donors: 9 Total Contributed: $2,550

CASTLE SOCIETY Karyn Iadarola Iannaccone

CASTLE SOCIETY Eileen Spear

LOUISE DE MARILLAC SOCIETY Beth A. Callan

TOPAZ CIRCLE Monica C. Smith

WHITE AND GOLD CLUB Ann Shea Clemente Joan Hurley Kwalwasser DONOR Monica Fox Flood Alessandra Marzella La Vigna Mary Geary McCall

1987 Donors: 13 Total Contributed: $2,094 CASTLE SOCIETY Karen Boykin-Towns LOUISE DE MARILLAC SOCIETY Rosemary Little Fraterrigo WHITE AND GOLD CLUB Kathleen Kelly-Dorrian Petrina Palazzo Suzanne Formont Shareef DONOR Margaret Yenches Brady Mary Gregory Janet Laskoski Heed Jennifer Ruzbarsky Lewis Isabel Malave Anne Denise Percudani McInnis Angeladore Nieves-Peteani Karen Gryzlo Wagner

1988 Donors: 4 Total Contributed: $440 LOUISE DE MARILLAC SOCIETY Michelle Popoli Friedel WHITE AND GOLD CLUB Deborah Troop DONOR Mary C. McMorrow Eileen Ford Smith

LOUISE DE MARILLAC SOCIETY Michael J. Sheerer WHITE AND GOLD CLUB Catherine Egan Bennett Rosalie Buchanan Sarahann Rooney Huvane Katherine Kane-O’Connor DONOR Veronica Richards Kelly Virginia M. Kinsella

1991 Donors: 1 Total Contributed: $750 TOPAZ CIRCLE Jacqueline Kocur Babyak

1992

Donors: 6 Total Contributed: $490 WHITE AND GOLD CLUB Jeanne Hurst Casino Patricia Viverette Hoover Debbie Mitchell Keeys Kathryn Gallini McDonough DONOR Anonymous Kathleen Comerford O’Keeffe

1993 Donors: 5 Total Contributed: $550 LOUISE DE MARILLAC SOCIETY Stephanie Golinski Beckman WHITE AND GOLD CLUB Joseph Sgammato DONOR Regina Mooney Breslin Claudine Derrien-Connors Linda Shugrue Hanrahan

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Donors: 4 Total Contributed: $520

Donors: 6 Total Contributed: $920

Donors: 3 Total Contributed: $700

Donors: 3 Total Contributed: $410

Donors: 2 Total Contributed: $100

LOUISE DE MARILLAC SOCIETY Elizabeth Ryan Catalano

TOPAZ CIRCLE Theresa O’Hagan

LOUISE DE MARILLAC SOCIETY Jennifer Flood Caldwell Jason A. Torres

LOUISE DE MARILLAC SOCIETY Eileen McCabe

DONOR Andrea Garafolo Batista Victoria Stevens

WHITE AND GOLD CLUB Tina Kaljevic

2003

WHITE AND GOLD CLUB Dorothy Cummings Teresa Orandello DONOR Joan Sheehan Coyle

1995 Donors: 5 Total Contributed: $510 LOUISE DE MARILLAC SOCIETY Seva Constantine WHITE AND GOLD CLUB Elizabeth Corbett DONOR Theresa Carabello Staci Ruriane Memmesheimer Ann Marie Sprague

WHITE AND GOLD CLUB Linda McQuail Klages Marcella Mahon Maria Pacis DONOR Theresa Valentino Spina Ian Winokur

1997

WHITE AND GOLD CLUB Doreen Mirante

1999 Donors: 3 Total Contributed: $400

Donors: 3 Total Contributed: $325

LOUISE DE MARILLAC SOCIETY Zorida Pritipal

LOUISE DE MARILLAC SOCIETY Patricia A. Cekoric

DONOR Bridget Maybury Peggy Michlik

DONOR Sarah McCann Coonley

2001

Donors: 3 Total Contributed: $270 WHITE AND GOLD CLUB Oswaldo Luciano Madeline G. McGuinness DONOR Alison M. Tapia

DONOR Cheryle Sloane Calandra Theresa Doherty

Donors: 1 Total Contributed: $100 WHITE AND GOLD CLUB Amitia Bachan

2004 Donors: 8 Total Contributed: $715 WHITE AND GOLD CLUB Marion Hall Nelly Mercedes Christina Mesk Diane Price Georgina Brizuela Segaric DONOR Concetta Caruso Jose Ortiz Johanna Prince

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ANNUAL FUND GROWTH COMPARISON

901,051 826,998

682,029

611,066 $907,096 2014-2015

2015-2016

n Total Annual Fund Cash and Pledges n President's Associates Annual Fund Cash and Pledges

1961 1971

1981 Elizabeth Seton Society $25,000+ | Saint Vincent's Leaders $10,000 - $24,999 | Bayley Circle $5,000 - $9,999 Founders Guild $2,500 - $4,999 | Castle Society $1,000 - $2,499 | Topaz Circle $500 - $999 Louise De Marillac Society $250 - $499 | White and Gold Club $100 - $249

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G.O.L.D. participants at the inaugural alumnae/i flag football tournament.

G LD 2005

2007

2010

Donors: 8 Total Contributed: $775

Donors: 3 Total Contributed: $230

Donors: 3 Total Contributed: $250

LOUISE DE MARILLAC SOCIETY Caitlin Ryan

WHITE AND GOLD CLUB Michael Cassidy Meagan Majewski Hughes

WHITE AND GOLD CLUB Albert Bararwandika Belgica Collado

2012

WHITE AND GOLD CLUB Daniela DiPaola Lisa Spellman Catherine Schmidt Sternberg

DONOR Nicole Casella Markarian

DONOR Michele DeSilva

Donors: 10 Total Contributed: $1,600

2008

2011

DONOR Deirdre Conlon Donaghy Kelvin Gentles Jody Lyn Diane Pepitone

Donors: 1 Total Contributed: $500

Donors: 12 Total Contributed: $1,520

CASTLE SOCIETY Lawrence Caputo

TOPAZ CIRCLE Alfred R. Schor

TOPAZ CIRCLE Michael Quinn

2006 Donors: 4 Total Contributed: $320 WHITE AND GOLD CLUB Adrianne Grant Christopher Hughes DONOR Lillian Berger Erica Donato

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WE ARE PROUD TO ACKNOWLEDGE the support of the donors who are part of our prestigious G.O.L.D. society, which recognizes the graduates of the last decade. G.O.L.D. aims to keep recent alumnae/i engaged in life at the College as they build a foundation for successful careers and lives of service.

2009 Donors: 4 Total Contributed: $660 LOUISE DE MARILLAC SOCIETY Arlene Tavarez Pamela Ventura DONOR Kathy Collyer Caroline Theresa Lee

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LOUISE DE MARILLAC SOCIETY Jessica Abejar WHITE AND GOLD CLUB Karen Doyle Christopher Flores Nancy Lamberson Belinda Owusu Vincent Todino Robert Williams

DONOR Luis Gomez Edi-Carmel Terrado Rachel Valdez-Vargas Katie Willis

LOUISE DE MARILLAC SOCIETY Leah Munch WHITE AND GOLD CLUB Maribel Giraldo DONOR Joseph Ecock Rebecca Foumbi Andrew Giordano Kaitlyn Libraro Benjamin Lockeretz Laura Shapiro Michael Sin

2013 Donors: 4 Total Contributed: $170 WHITE AND GOLD CLUB Kristin Yanniello DONOR Jaclynn Kinney Samantha Mally Brian Scarano

2014 Donors: 4 Total Contributed: $115 DONOR Sandra Bediako Stephanie Davis Phillipa Mitchell Stephanie Tejada

2015

Donors: 3 Total Contributed: $420 LOUISE DE MARILLAC SOCIETY Felix Perez DONOR Sherise Bunche Katherine Moreira

Reflects gifts to all funds and projects received from July 1, 2015 through June 30, 2016. †Indicates deceased.


ANNUAL FUND CONTRIBUTION TOP REUNION CLASSES IN DOLLARS Class of 1966 $49,533 Class of 1976 $45,129 Class of 1956 $30,915 Class of 1961 $29,200 Class of 1971 $25,235 TOP NON-REUNION CLASSES IN DOLLARS Class of 1948 $50,927 Class of 1965 S39,075 Class of 1980 $31,923 Class of 1974 $28,257 Class of 1970 $28,132

ANNUAL FUND PARTICIPATION TOP REUNION CLASSES IN PARTICIPATION Class of 1966 40% Class of 1956 39% Class of 1951 38% Class of 1961 35% Class of 1971 27% TOP NON-REUNION CLASSES IN PARTICIPATION Class of 1965 53% Class of 1957 47% Class of 1959 42% Class of 1958 37% Class of 1955 37%

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CENTENNIAL SOCIETY WE GRATEFULLY ACKNOWLEDGE our Centennial Society donors—alumnae/i and friends who have made long-range or planned gifts to the College. Such gifts include bequests, life insurance, appreciated securities, retirement funds, charitable gift annuities, and personal property. This list reflects membership as of June 30, 2016. 1923

Helen Lee Binschoff† Agnes Seifert Steinberg†

1924

Sarah Purcell Leonard†

1925

Gabrielle Leboeuf Caffee† Claire Sullivan O’Keeffe†

1926

Anarita Welcke Devlin† Mary Stapleton†

1927

Juliet Ludford Fenlon† Margaret O’Neill†

1928

Evelyn May Brady† Helen Delehanty Dyer† Catherine F. Reid†

1929

1933

Mary Zambetti Brimo† Edith Kearney DeWald† Helen Desmond Fitzpatrick† Margaret M. Hart† Marie Marshall McConnell† Muriel McNevins† Mary Brady O’Brien† Otillia Cancellieri Porcell† Rita Smyth†

1934

Marion Goepfert Baker† Bernadette M. Keegan† Rita M. Long† Elizabeth M. McCloskey† Helen E. Peixotto† Anna C. Weber†

1935

Helen Stafford Curry Elizabeth M. Maloney† Gertrude A. Schlachter†

Anna Brennan† Mildred Harrington Deevy† Margaret McCloskey Lynch† Margaret Dooley O’Neill† Theresa O’Neill†

1936

1930

1937

Mary Farrell† Eleanor Shoughrue Kling† Agnes Schindler McGarrity† Mary Brennan Speicher†

1931

Kathleen Devlin† Rita J. Kennedy†

1932

Frances Conlon Breeding† Anita M. Clausen† Dorothy Clark Hald† Nora Maguire Lawlor† Georgette Meehan Livingston† Anne O’Rourke Reid† Catherine Harrington Ripple† Gertrude Ryan Tyrrell†

Dorothy M. Flynn† Mary Cahill Heap† Rita Cogozzo Kelk† Virginia Duffy McNamara† Eleanor O’Connell† Antoinette Smith Walker† Edna Fitzgerald Weigandt†

1938

1940

Kathleen Whelan Frame† Alice M. Kearney† Josephine A. Keller† Helen O’Brien Longino† Josephine C. Mahon† Virginia Connolly Mitty† Vivian Hunter Nelson†

1941

Rita Martin Fass†

1942

Jeanne Van Wyck Curtis† Rita Nowicki Fish† Lucretia Stamm Gilhooly† Mary O’Grady Higgins† Shirley Pence Kilkenny†

1943

Shirley Merrick Ardsley† Margaret L. Decker† Elena J. Frevola† Mary C. Galligan† Veronica P. Garvey† Marion H. Kelly† Jane Tully Porter Elizabeth F. Walsh†

1944

Eleanor Daley† Rita V. Delapp† Catherine R. DeRoberts† Margaret Markey Evans† Mary F. Liston†

Anonymous† Mary Millard Alcock† Kathryn Callahan Magaziner† Bernardine McNeany† Beatrice O’Brien† Anne Dolan Suplee†

1945

1939

1946

Sheila Gleeson MacDonald† Dorothy Niewenhous Marsh† Sheila O’Brien† Eileen Tobin† Katherine Canavan Weber†

Margaret J. Gallon† Helen Hanrahan Kelly Mary Turclotte Kelly† Charlotte Aufenanger Ryan† Barbara Theobald† Anonymous† Eileen O’Rourke Armstrong† Anne B. Comiskey† Catherine P. Martin† Elizabeth J. Rock June E. Saal

1947

Adelaide Hannan† Mary O’Dare Walsh†

1948

Anonymous† Helen Higgins Clausen Gloria DeMarco† Joan E. Donovan Joan M. Kennedy Marguerite Lowell† Anna Murphy Reid† Margaret O’Connell Selinger† Kathryn Shaker Sperrazzo†

1949

Margaret Mitty Conroy† Isabel Ferrara† Noreen J. Haggerty Marian Francis Harriott† Ann Selinger Henegan Joan Klintworth Walsh

1950

Joan Backer Maddy

1951

Anonymous (2) Eileen Joyce Dullmeyer Marilyn McLaughlin Fulner Alice J. Longman Geraldine Motta Oxley† Kathryn Glennon Ryan† Joanne Marona Wuest

1952

Betty Cahill Cummings† Fayne McGrath Daniels Patricia Mecking Liptrot†

1953

Anonymous (2) Jean Capestro Loubriel

1954

Marilyn Blake Foster Beatrice Chao Lee Marie Koch Manning Jeanne Havender Tobin

1955

Anonymous Mary C. McGinley Virginia Curran Rederer

1956

Anonymous Marie C. Diorio† Martha E. Fedorko† Marie Mulligan Lauria

1957

Anonymous Eleanor K. Gauthier† Donna M. Murphy Mary Ellen O’Kane Ryan

1958

Maureen L. Evans Dahlia Napolitano Penachio Marie Devincenzo Ross

1959

Katherine M. Christie Teresa Paterniani Cooper Sandra Doyle Hamilton Patricia O’Malley Reilly†

1960

Anonymous Adele Range Byrne Mary A. Christie Andrea C. Drake

1961

Anonymous Carol Anne Dupraz† Dorothy Mullins Meyer

1962

Anonymous Mary McIntyre Anderson Luise F. Bethencourt Mary Slaker Haas

1963

Anonymous Leona L. Leo Loretta Arfi Malaspina Teresa M. Wright†

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Linda L. Heimerdinger

1965

Gail Vance Civille Angela M. Donovan Joan E. Kinlan Margaret F. Mahon Peggy A. Steffann

1966

Anonymous Cecilia Favorini Balog Barbara A. Battalino† Anne M. Carpenter Marilyn J. Molter Mary Alice Becker Searles

1968

Elizabeth R. Brown Mary Anne Grothe Litell Barbara A. Patocka Valerie C. Scanlon Deborah Lamb Ziegler

1969

Rita C. Conyers Claire-Anne Gray Ellen Riesz Green Catherine Forte Lanza

1970

Kathleen Maccio† Michelle A. Mally

1971

Patricia Halpin Albo

1972

Noreen M. Culhane Jeannine Mally Glazewski Kathleen Rubsam Muleski

1974

Anonymous Kathleen P. Butler Jane Bianco Clunie Kathryn B. Swintek

1975

Rosemary T. Berkery Mary Beth Malone Marie D. Thomas

1977

Victoria Lickers Mitchell

1978

Doriana R. Fontanella

1982

Anonymous

2008

Alfred R. Schor

FRIENDS

Anonymous (2) James Albo Colette F. Atkins Jesse D. Boehret† Cristóbal Conde Robert E. Dillon† Eleanor W. Fitzgerald† James A. Fitzpatrick† Ethel J. Flanagan† Charles L. Flynn, Jr. Richard Guerin† James E. Haley† Nancy Haley Barbara Heiden† Marie Herrmann† Gail C. and John V. Horsting Jane T. Linehan† Ann Marie McGoldrick† Bernadette A. McKay† Helen McLaughlin Louis C. Schimoler† Susana Simpson† Catherine A. Walsh† Geraldine E. Young†

A BRIGHT FUTURE Mount Saint Vincent’s fundraising growth in recent years illustrates a promising future for the College. TOTAL CASH AND PLEDGES TO THE ANNUAL FUND

2011: $819,910

2016: $901,051 PRESIDENT’S ASSOCIATES CASH AND PLEDGES TO THE ANNUAL FUND

2011: $611,066

2016: $682,029 ENDOWMENT

2011: $7,664,142

2016: $16,804,671 CENTENNIAL SOCIETY MEMBERS

2011: 106

2016: 233 GRANTS

$10,606,483

Total of new government and foundation awards from July 1, 2011 through June 30, 2016

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CORPORATIONS AND FOUNDATIONS GIFTS FROM CORPORATIONS, FOUNDATIONS, TRUSTS, and other organizations enable the College of Mount Saint Vincent to continue its mission to provide an exceptional, high-quality education. We are indeed grateful for their generosity. The following list includes organizations that made a direct gift to the Mount or matched contributions from other supporters. Anonymous 118 East 59th Street Realty LLC Accretive Capital Advisors LLC Ace Party Rentals AIG George I. Alden Trust Allied World Assurance Company, (US) Inc. Almstead Tree, Shrub and Lawn Care Company Amalgamated Life Insurance Company Aon PLC Approved Oil ARCH Insurance Aspen Insurance AtmosAir AXIS Accident & Health Ayco Charitable Foundation Beau Dietl & Associates Big Apple Florist Boies, Schiller & Flexner LLP Caldwell Trust Company Chartwells Dining Services Chris Mazzei Services LLC Chubb Commercial Kitchens, Inc. Francis J. Connor Charitable Lead Conserv Construction, Inc.

Corporate Synergies Group DHI Construction Services, Inc. DeNunzio Foundation Robert and Joan M. Dircks Foundation, Inc. Doty Family Foundation Dulles Designs EIHAB Human Services ELS Language Centers Eltech Industries, Inc. Endurance Insurance Environetics First Data Foley Family Charitable Foundation The Shafik Gabr Foundation Peter Gisolfi Associates Grant Thornton LLP Bob Hannan Agency, Inc. Hebrew Home at Riverdale HelloWorld Henry Schein, Inc. HRW Holdings LLC Install It, Inc. InterCity Agency, Inc. Ironshore ISI Integrated Supply, Inc. James G. Houlihan Family Partnership LBM Advantage, Inc. Lendlease

Liberty International Underwriters Lippolis Electric, Inc. Charles A. Mastronardi Foundation Merrill Lynch MetLife Mutual of America My Tribute Gift Foundation, Inc. Navigators Management Company, Inc. New Hyde Park Funeral Home Inc. The Pamela Newman Foundation Nexagen Northern Onondaga Volunteer Ambulance NorthStar Aviation USA Paradigm Capital Pepsi-Cola Bottling Company of New York, Inc. Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP Porzio, Bromberg, & Newman, P.C. Primerica Financial Services Raskob Foundation for Catholic Activities, Inc. Rooter Plus Plumbing & Heating Rose Press, Inc. The Louis and Rachel Rudin Foundation, Inc. Ruton Capital LLC Ryan Specialty Group Saba Photography

Santa Maria Foundation Irwin S. Scherzer Foundation Security Fence Systems, Inc. Security Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York Sensory Spectrum, Inc. Silver Star Limousine Soups Salads & Beyond The Sourcing Group Southampton Engineering Services Stamats Communications, Inc. The Starr Foundation Stealth Air Robotics Corporation Sterling National Bank Taconic Heating & Cooling Corp. TD Bank Timberland Home Center, Inc. Tyrone Service Universal Builder’s Supply Venture Insurance Programs Wage Secure Wells Fargo Arthur Williams Residuary Trust Windsor Nissan Zetlin & Dechiara LLP Zurich

GRANTS AND CONTRACTS NEW In July 2015, the College won another five-year grant from the U.S. Department of Education, totaling $1.2 million, to continue operating its SSS TRIO program through 2020. The College received $278,539 in 2015-2016 to provide counseling, academic support, career and financial guidance, and mentoring to 160 eligible students. The George I. Alden Trust of Worchester, MA made a grant of $150,000 in September 2015. The grant contributed to the modernization of the College’s microbiology laboratory suite. The James G. Houlihan Family Partnership awarded $50,000 to strengthen the Joseph and Rose Murray Scholarship endowment.

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The Louis and Rachel Rudin Foundation continued its generous support of the College with an award of $30,000 for nursing student scholarships. The Arthur Williams Residuary Trust awarded the College $14,170 in scholarship funding for nursing students. The Raskob Foundation for Catholic Activities made a new award of $15,000 for nursing scholarships. The grant was made in memory of Yvonne Raskob. The Elizabeth Seton Library was awarded $5,302 from the New York State Department of Education’s Coordinated Collection Development Aid Program to support academic collection acquisition.


TRIO student and advisor meet in the program’s renovated office space in Founders Hall.

CONTINUING SUPPORT In October 2015, the College began the second year of a fiveyear Developing Hispanic Serving Institutions Grant totaling up to $2.3 million from the U.S. Department of Education. The grant assists institutions serving a high proportion of Hispanic students with developing and increasing their academic offerings. Second year funding exceeded $500,000 and bolstered the College’s Academic Resource Center, Mount Access Program, and Oxley Career Education Program. The 2015-2016 fiscal year was the second year of the College’s a five-year award to operate a New York State Higher Education Opportunity Program (HEOP). The program is designed for students who have the potential and drive to further their education, but due to limited academic and financial resources, would not otherwise have the opportunity to attend college. The goal of HEOP is to retain and graduate promising students who will succeed at the college level and beyond. The grant will provide more than $3 million in support during the five-year period. In September 2015, James Fabrizio, Ph.D., Professor of Biology, began the second year of a three-year research project funded by a National Institutes of Health Academic Research Enhancement Award. The grant, totaling $195,000, will enable Dr. Fabrizio and student researchers to further studies of latestage maturation of spermatozoa in fruit flies.

2015-2016 was the third year of a National Institutes of Health Biomedical Research and Research Training Grant project led by Janet Rollins, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Chemistry, in collaboration with Brown University. An award of $34,000 was made in 2015-2016 to engage and mentor undergraduate students in scientific research. The College continues to recruit and train secondary mathematics and science teachers with the support of a fiveyear Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship program grant from the National Science Foundation. In 2015-2016, the program began its third year under the direction of Mary Ellen Sullivan, Ph.D., Chair of the Department of Teacher Education. The grant, which will provide $868,618 over five years, provides participating students scholarship support during the final two years of the baccalaureate program. In fall 2015, 21 students participated in the Scholars-on-Track program. Funded through a five-year $599,956 grant from the National Science Foundation’s Scholarships in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics, activities are led by Patricia Grove, Ph.D., Principal Investigator, and Pamela Kerrigan, Ph.D., Co-Principal Investigator.

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MATCHING GIFTS BY MIRRORING THE GENEROSITY OF THEIR EMPLOYEES, matching gift companies increase the impact of contributions in support of higher education. We recognize the following companies for making matching funds available, and thank our alumnae/i and friends for their thoughtful generosity. ABN-AMRO Mary Beth Malone ’75 AIG Mary E. Halloran ’79 and James Rulmyr Kathleen Gordon Ronan ’80 and Daniel Ronan Alza Corporation Sophia Yan Liu ’69 AT&T Cathy-Ann Martine Dolecki ’80 and Ronald Dolecki Rosemary Little Fraterrigo ’87 and John Fraterrigo

ExxonMobil Foundation Marguerite O’Rourke Arbutiski ’65 and Ben Arbutiski Marianne Tyndall Malague ’59 and Paul Malague Carol Merritt McCaffrey ’66 and David McCaffrey Barbara Patocka ’68 and Everett Mattlin Ford Motor Company Mary Deely McGuire ’61

Elizabeth Birney Johnson ’81 and Kevin Johnson Valerie Hennessy McCarthy ’63 and William McCarthy Rosemary E. Murray ’51 Virginia Tilch Nasser ’67 and Robert Nasser Deirdre O’Connor ’83 Josephine Coppola Urban ’49 and William Urban Joan Weiss ’61 and Robert White Susan L. Whitney ’72 and John Whitney Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies Linda Zanetti Vag ’67 and Joseph Vag

Bank of America Corp. Mary Guarracini ’78 and Ronald DiPrinzio Patricia Lee Tarpey ’78 and Robert Tarpey

General Electric Company Anna Geering Cross ’43 Susan Muller Dyer ’77 and Terence Dyer Edna Sandroni Ulasewicz ’49

Kiplinger Foundation Joan Pryde ’81 and Ray Consoli

Bank of New York Mellon Corporation Juliane DeLeo Naclerio ’76 and Vincent Naclerio

Goldman Sachs & Company Elizabeth Overbay

Merrill Lynch & Company, Inc. Joan E. Donovan ’48

Graham Holdings Dorothy Cummings ’94 and Cormac Flynn

MetLife Foundation Rosemary Elliott DeLoach ’68 and William DeLoach Theresa Strelec Gallagher ’65 and Eugene Gallagher Helen Synan Walsh ’78 and Edward Walsh

C.P. Kelco Nancy Harding ’69 Clarkston Consulting-Potomac Group, Inc. Maryanne Finnen Treadaway ’80 and David Treadaway Colgate-Palmolive Company Barbara A. O’Neil ’56 Claire Garvey Reid ’63 and John Reid Con Edison Maureen Boshell Nihill ’79 Christina Wolanski Pokorny ’72 and Thomas Pokorny Deutsche Bank Americas Foundation Joanne Cardona O’Neill ’70 and Hugh O’Neill Dow Jones & Company Teresa K. Gill ’74 El Paso Corporate Foundation Loretta Buk Elledge ’71 and David Elledge

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EXSIF Worldwide, Inc. Patricia Corvi Widmer ’78 and Charles Widmer

The Guardian Life Insurance Company of America Jeanne McLaughlin Potter ’76 and Richard Potter IBM Corporation Anne Marie Anastasio ’67 and Ferdinand Spucci Rae Freedson Bottino ’62 and Pasquale Bottino Louise Kudgus Burke ’66 and Edward Burke Kathleen P. Butler ’74 Ann English ’57 and James Neeley Josephine Zerbi Eschmann ’64 and Joseph Eschmann Kathleen Godesky Glenister ’63 and James Glenister Teresa Vitagliano Golden ’75 and George Golden Catherine Davis Gutterman ’71 and Lewis Gutteramn Mary Neary Hoffmann ’68 Patricia Whalen Huffield ’67 Maria McGovern Hyson ’65 and Franklin Hyson

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KPMG Peat Marwick Kathleen M. O’Brien ’80

Mutual of America Noreen M. Culhane ’72 Joan M. Squires ’73 and Thomas J. Moran New York Life Insurance Company Patrice M. Cortelli ’80 Marnell I. McNamara ’83 NYSE Euronext Foundation Kathleen Timothy Pastina ’82 and Louis Pastina Pfizer Foundation Vita A. Cassese ’70 and Andre Mardon Claire-Anne Gray ’69 Karen Boykin-Towns ’87 and Darryl Towns Pharmacia Foundation Elma Pasquinelli Vescovi ’54 and Selvi Vescovi

Pitney Bowes Maureen Ryan Noonan ’89 The Prudential Insurance Company of America Eileen M. Power ’77 Security Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York Mary Ellen Martin ’71 and David Martin Starbucks Coffee Company Margaret Birney Brescia ’85 and Charles Brescia Starr Foundation Elizabeth France Kisielewski ’73 and Richard Kisielewski State Farm Insurance Companies Margaret Mullooly Hannan ’78 and Robert Hannan Steelcase Foundation Maureen Dunican Touhey ’63 and Michael Touhey UBS Financial Services, Inc. Sharon Sager ’73 and Loring Swasey Verizon Foundation Frances Carr Barletta ’58 and George Barletta Walt Disney Company John F. Caruso ’82 and Elizabeth R. Caruso


SISTERS OF CHARITY MORE THAN 160 YEARS AGO, THE SISTERS OF CHARITY founded the College of Mount Saint Vincent to provide excellent liberal education in the Catholic tradition, preparing students for lives of professional accomplishment and service. With great pride, we strive to fulfill this mission. In the tradition of the Sisters of Charity, we ask everyone who works at the College to be committed to this fundamental purpose: to educate the whole person, to take part in a lively conversation with religious faith, and to engender a dedication to service. Many Sisters of Charity continue to serve the College actively today. Listed here are Sisters who, during the past year, have lent their talent, wisdom, and spirit in a variety of capacities to work on behalf of the College. They serve in many areas: as trustees, professors, administrators, in campus ministry, advancement, and institutional research, as well as volunteers in numerous ways. With immense gratitude, we acknowledge and celebrate their ongoing dedication and commitment to the College.

Sr. Regina Bechtle Sr. Mary Ellen Blumlein ’75 Sr. Constance Brennan Sr. Mary Ann Daly Sr. Carol DeAngelo ’69 Sr. Margaret Donegan ’57 Sr. Margaret Egan ’64 Sr. Eileen Fagan ’70 Sr. Carol M. Finegan ’69 Sr. Jean Flannelly ’61 Sr. Jane Iannucelli ’65

Sr. Ann Marie Lafferty ’62 Sr. Mary McCormick ’65 Sr. Patricia McGowan ’66 Sr. Mary Lou McGrath Sr. Patricia Morgan Sr. Margaret O'Brien ’69 Sr. Dominica Rocchio Sr. Kathleen M. Tracey ’48 Sr. Elizabeth Vermaelen ’60 Sr. Mary Edward Zipf ’62

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FRIENDS THE MOUNT IS GRATEFUL to its many friends who contribute to show their admiration for what we do, to commemorate an event or cause, or to celebrate the achievements of an individual. Anonymous (2) Julius and Barbara Bode Margaret Boyle, PBVM Joyce Brahn Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Broderick William and Carol Burbes Albert and Susan Charboneau Mr. and Mrs. Brendan Collins Patricia and John Collins Fr. John Andrew Connell Renold Damiani Peter DeNunzio and Ciara Burnham Thomas and Patricia Dicks Jordan and Pegeen Dos Santos Deirdre T. Flynn Iluminada Gabriel Brian and Laura Gomoka Marianne and Walter Gomoka Patrick Gomoka Thomas J. Grant, Sr. Joan Hagerty Milo Henderson Allan and Antoinette Henschel Bernadette and William Jaros Mr. and Mrs. John F. Kennedy, Sr. Russell E. Kennedy, Sr.†and Catherine Kennedy Catherine Kinney William and Eileen Krahe Edward A. Lesser Agnes Lewis

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Guy Lometti Mary Beth Martin Michael J. McGovern Ann McNulty Peter and Mary Mimnaugh Ilse Schrynemakers Navalany and Richard Navalany Doreen Nola Eileen H. Oliver Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Oliver Elizabeth Overbay Mr. & Mrs. Donald Quattrochio, Jr. Kaitlyn Quinn Martin and Lucy Regan David and Marie Reilly Ann M. Schumacher Philip Sciame Mr. and Mrs. Thomas D. Sgammato William and Lisa Sgammato Frances Sjovall Joan F. Smyth Thomas and Gloria Sommerville Robert and Melissa Steinberg Rosemary and James Tobin Nancy Totino Mr. and Mrs. Henry Trzeszkowski Jonathan Trzeszkowski Raymond Walker Caitlin and Brian Wilson Michael and Diane Yanniello

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TRUSTEES, FACULTY, ADMINISTRATORS, AND STAFF THOSE WHO PARTICIPATE in the everyday work and governance of the Mount give of themselves on a daily basis— and yet these loyal community members gave monetary gifts during 2015-2016 as well. Anonymous Sol Adler Ryan Anderson Colette F. Atkins Ana Barbu Joe Behan Rosemary T. Berkery ’75 Kelli Bodrato Paula Marie Buley, I.H.M. James J. Campbell John F. Caruso ’82 Vita A. Cassese ’70 Gail Vance Civille ’65 Belgica Collado ’10 Cristóbal Conde Noreen M. Culhane ’72 Kevin DeGroat Jean Ames DeNunzio ’55 Cathy-Ann Martine Dolecki ’80 James Donius Edmund C. Duffy Margaret Egan, S.C. ’64 Abed Elkeshk Chris Encalada William J. Fishlinger Charles L. Flynn, Jr. Maribel Giraldo ’12 Patrick P. Grace Patricia Grove ’74 Steven M. Hayes Maureen A. Henegan ’78 Donna Jacklosky Rajkumar Kempaiah Kathleen Armour Knowles ’48 Ann Marie Lafferty, S.C. ’62 Mary Beth Malone ’75 Stephen A. Manzi Maura A. Markus Valerie E. Mastronardi ’61 Eileen McCabe ’00 Nora McCarthy Patricia E. McGowan, S.C. Madeline G. McGuinness ’01 Madeleine Melkonian Fernando Mendoza

Edward Meyer Joseph Molinatti ’83 Theresa Montemayor Katherine Moreira ’15 Paul W. Mourning Leah Munch ’12 Ketwalee P. Murphy John W. Neary Kathryn O’Loughlin Deryck A. Palmer Felix Perez ’15 Myrna Phillips John Pizzuti Michael Quinn ’11 Teresita Ramirez Daniel T. Regan Raul Rivera Cheretta Robson Javier Rodriguez Mitchell Sakofs H. Gerard Seitz Sisters of Charity Members of the Board of Trustees Matthew Shields Michael Sin ’12 Joan M. Squires ’73 Sarah Stevenson Arlene Tavarez ’09 Terence L. Tenny Kathleen M. Tracey, S.C. ’48 Patrick L. Valdez Dawn Velez Pamela Ventura ’09 Jane Von Hagen David J. Walsh Joan D. Walsh ’81 Susan L. Whitney ’72 W. Adam Wichern, III Robert Williams ’11 Vaughn C. Williams James Wong Laura Zarychta Mary Edward Zipf, S.C. ’62 Edward F. Zukowski

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LEADERS IN SERVICE A COMMITMENT TO THE COMMON GOOD is a defining value of the College community. Students, alumnae/i, faculty, staff, and friends selflessly share their talents in service to others. We offer our deep appreciation to the alumnae/i and friends who gave their time and energy in 2015-2016 to enhance the College’s mission and programs. Stefano Acunto Savi Alex Ellie Ali Marguerite O’Rourke Arbutiski ’65 Matthew Arduino ’79 Ronald Astree ’95 Christopher Bacchi ’12 Lynn Bagliebter Aaron Blackman Martha Blackman Margaret Mary Bambury ’57 Christine Moynihan Barr ’73 Mary Frances Barrett ’70 Mark Anthony Basa ’08 Regina Bechtle, S.C. Regina Bergeland Rosemary T. Berkery ’75 Doreen Donohue Berlesky ’84 Luise F. Bethencourt ’62 Carol Bilsky Bienick Patricia M. Blake ’78 Anne C. Blanchard ’05 Jennifer Blatus ’11 Alexandria Bobe ’11 Michelle Bonsignore-Dell’Orto ’90 Sabrina Booth ’08 Kristen M. Borreggine ’01 Karen Bourgeois ’94 Christine Brady ’03 Rosemary Mullen Brennan ’63 Nancy Deluise Brill ’67 Margaret Farrelly Broderick ’74 Jeffrey Brosi ’02 Elizabeth Brown ’68 Lorraine Brue ’73 Paula Marie Buley, I.H.M. Kathleen P. Butler ’74 Lourdes Vega Caballes ’95 Cheryle Sloane Calandra ’97 Alice Donahue Callahan ’48 Danielle Defalco Camacho ’94 Gay Vogel Campisi ’85 Mirkeya Capellan Marge Hannon Capozzi ’56 Mary Jane Rearick Cappell ’68 Lawrence Caputo ’12 Samuel Cargill Elizabeth Barnett Carlucci ’76 John F. Caruso ’82 Vita A. Cassese ’70 Antonio Centeno, Jr. ’00 Kathleen Cerkvenik ’72 Richard Cerrone Virginia Ferrerio Cerussi ’62

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C. Edward Chaplin Karen Chaplin Virginia Defeis Chase ’73 Sylvia Stavropoulos Christakos ’67 Eileen Daly Chusid ’62 Colleen Welch Citarella ’46 Gail Vance Civille ’65 Barbara Leidinger Clark ’54 Marian Schleindl Clark ’52 Eugenia Brady Coffey ’60 Cristóbal Conde A. Joan Taylor Connor ’54 Peggy Crinigan Connors ’74 Maureen Garry Coogan ’87 Maureen Cook ’95 Melissa Coopersmith Anita Corlette ’01 Johanna Muccigrosso Corso ’63 Joy Cote ’12 Mary Fleming Courtney ’72 Barbara Cronin LaPerche ’85 Marion Desalvo Cuff ’64 Noreen M. Culhane ’72 Rosemary Golden Cummins ’52 Mary Lee Perillo Danaher ’74 Rian Dartnell Jude De Los Reyes Barbara Acerno Debold ’80 Rita L. Defrange ’87 Regina Seinborn Degnan Rosalba Corrado Del Vecchio ’71 Virginia Decoste Delaney ’41 Joseph Delaney Michael DeMarco Susan Chiaviello DiDonato ’82 Rita Dempsey Dieck ’55 Susan Lake Donnelly ’85 Virginia Stiles Donohue ’59 Reenie Debold Donovan ’83 Loretta Jablonski Donovan ’66 Deirdre Donovan ’03 Kathleen Lawrence Duffy ’73 Edmund C. Duffy Julia T. Dunne ’48 Sarah Dutton Christine Early ’92 Judy Beeler Eckels ’74 Elizabeth Eggland ’01 Maria L Ellis Margaret Barrett Fallon ’98 Ahmed Farouk Colleen Fay Grace Donovan Feighery ’75 Tinamarie Feil

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Janet Lewis Finch ’66 William J. Fishlinger Alexandra Fishlinger-Calame Vincent Fitzgerald Christopher Flores ’11 Joan Finneran Foley ’70 Amy Fox ’15 Patricia Mullaney France ’68 Alicia Francis Carol Moran Frohlinger ’75 M. Irene Fugazy, S.C. ’39 Julianne Contreras Fuoco ’99 M. Shafik Gabr Eileen Sullivan Gallagher ’58 Theresa Strelec Gallagher ’65 Christopher F. Gallagher Caryl Garcia ’11 Kerry McGuinness Garrett ’90 Kelvin Gentles ’05 Howard Gershowitz Margaret Tortorelli Giacoponello ’68 Irwin Giles Mary Kane Gill ’81 Jeannine Mally Glazewski ’72 Patricia Schrade Gonda ’67 Christina Gonzalez-Aguirre ’09 Catherine Goosmann ’71 Suzanne Barletta Gorski ’76 Heather Gostomski ’09 Gail Dinter Gottlieb ’65 Joan Hesselbacher Graburn ’62 Claire-Anne Gray ’69 Ellen Riesz Green ’69 Mary Gregory ’87 Joanne R. Guerriero ’77 Ann Iannuzzi Guglielmo ’54 Angela Lijoi Gunn ’81 Mary Hillebrecht Guyett ’83 Alvin Hall Susan Hapworth Gartland ’67 Evelyn Sobierajski Hardtman ’67 Joan Stadelmann Harris ’63 Thomas Harrison Steven M. Hayes Beth Gallagher Hegarty ’86 Linda L. Heimerdinger ’64 Dorothy H. Freed Heiskell ’59 Maureen A. Henegan ’78 Caroline Weber Hernandez ’75 Shakia Herron ’04 Theresa Gomez Higgins ’52 Barbara Hinton ’12 Celeste Holm Winifred Bate Hughes ’57

Kathleen Doyle Hunt ’74 Hazel Jefferson Hunt ’94 Marie G. Iadavaia ’69 Jane Iannucelli, S.C. ’65 Cathy Ingram ’87 Gloria D’Angelo Ingrao ’50 Theana L. Iordanou Lorrin E. Johnson Kathleen Dreyer Joyce ’67 Elizabeth Dollard Kayaian ’96 Diane Nicholson Keenan ’53 Phyllis Distasi Keenan ’63 Helen Hanrahan Kelly ’45 Kathleen Petrie Kelly ’93 Kathleen Kelly-Dorrian ’87 Russell E. Kennedy, Sr.† and Catherine Kennedy Catherine Welch Kennedy ’60 Catherine Neforos Kenny ’79 Arlene Ketchum ’66 Mary Jane Faherty Kidd ’61 Patricia G. Kiernan ’44 Joan Evelyn Kinlan ’65 Eileen Ceriello Labiak ’83 Ray LaHood Doris M. Laffan ’47 Patricia Connors Lamb ’82 Virginia Lambert ’66 Christine Michels Laperche ’81 Pamela Rainey Lawler Kaitlyn Libraro ’12 Judith Jones Lindner ’81 Eileen M. Lissmann ’69 Jenny Liu ’11 Virginia A. LiVolsi ’65 Marian A. Lombardi ’60 Guy Lometti Monique Lopez ’06 Donna A. Lopiano C. Helen Lovell ’55 Mary Capozzi Lundgren ’83 Dorothy L. Lupo ’49 Christine MacLaughlin Michelle A. Mally ’70 Mary Beth Malone ’75 Lavinia Mancuso Stephen A. Manzi Maura A. Markus Ellen Conniff Marment ’88 Kathryn J. Martin ’43 Kelly Martin ’10 Cathy-Ann Martine Dolecki ’80 Maria Martorello Richard Masotti ’96


2016 Ad Laudem Dei honorees Beatrice Chao Lee ’54 and Teresa Paterniani Cooper ’59 with President Charles L. Flynn, Jr.

Tiffany Mesk Mattson ’08 Julie Gaynor McCarthy ’67 Mary Skelly McDonagh ’85 Mary Finneran McDonough ’67 Elizabeth McGann ’03 Julianne Imperato McGinley ’61 Priscilla Mullins McNamara ’60 Kathleen McPhillips ’03 Rose Kelly McTague ’68 James Melillo ’99 Ann Mastaloni Melone ’67 Patricia Zurey Mercadante ’63 Elodia Mercier Christina Mesk ’04 Robert Mills Michael R. Mills Marie Mitchell Considine ’90 Mary Molloy ’77 Thomas S. Monaghan Joan S. Monk Katherine Moreira ’15 Priscilla Flores Moronta ’00 John W. Morris III Thomas V. Morris, Jr. Mary Donlon Morrison ’44 Georgette Mosbacher Paul W. Mourning Paula A. Moynahan ’64 Regina Scheer Mreczko ’78 Ralph Mucerino Patricia F. Mullahy ’77 Helen Romano Mulligan ’57 Eric Mundy ’02 Rosemarie Naimo ’53 Virginia Tilch Nasser ’67 Angela Natale-Ryan ’80 John W. Neary

Alon Neches Annette Netburn ’01 Loretta J. Neuhaus ’72 Pamela J. Newman Elizabeth Nolan ’98 Kathleen M. O’Brien ’80 Margaret M. O’Brien, S.C. Kevin O’Callaghan James O’Connell ’08 Brianne O’Connor ’87 Theresa O’Hagan ’96 K. Taylor O’Neill ’38 Deryck A. Palmer Virginia Kuper Passarelli ’77 Kathleen Timothy Pastina ’82 Marianne Paulsen ’72 Jane Pendergast Anna Petterson Kathleen Tuzzeo Pfeiffer ’64 Brian Pfeifler Ann M. Pfund ’88 Maria De Sanctis Pietrosanti ’75 Rosemary Hoey Pisano ’64 Michelle Shamoun Polityka ’65 Anna Osso Porco ’73 Suzanne Yordan Potoma ’76 Kathleen Gallagher Prainito ’91 Diane Price ’04 Thomas Pufahl ’09 Marybeth Lavallee Pullum ’71 Nick Rahall Sonia Ramos Chigurupati Swarupa Rani Carolyn Schanck Rehm ’74 Christine L. Reilly ’75 Karlene C. Reilly ’62 Daniel Reingold

Rose Kelly McTague ’68 presents Winifred Bate Hughes ’57 with the Alumnae/i Distinguished Service Award.

Raul Rivera Deanna Rivera ’12 Dominica Rocchio, S.C. Elizabeth J. Rock ’46 Ana E. Rodriguez ’05 Cynthia Ulissi Rogers ’72 Carmen Rojas Kyria Rousseau ’08 Sari Rudmann Barbara Dore Russell ’70 Kathleen M. Russell ’73 Joseph Russo Veronica Lynch Ryan ’56 Caitlin Ryan ’05 Una Ryan-Higgins ’81 Sharon Sager ’73 Cosmo Saginario Albert Salvatico Maureen Kirby Sanders ’65 Mark Sargente ’12 Priscilla Lamb Sassi ’54 George Scharffenberger David Schliecker ’92 Alfred R. Schor ’08 Nadine Schramm Georgina Brizuela Segaric ’04 H. Gerard Seitz Nancy Shaffran Suzanne Formont Shareef ’87 Nancy McGuire Sheffler ’71 Matthew Shikarides ’13 Scott Siegel ’08 Mary Hoey Silvestri ’81 Mark Soloski Eileen Spear ’90 Joan M. Squires ’73 Amy Stanford ’10

Marie Gerne Stanton ’57 Mary Romanelli States ’96 Cynthia Stroh Kathryn Swintek ’74 Julia C. Tchou ’87 Elaine Ruege Textor ’81 Coleia Thomas ’06 Linda Mastro Tome ’83 Barbara Towles Masterson ’87 Kathleen M. Tracey, S.C. ’48 Margaret Magdalenski Tringali ’71 Terence Tubridy ’03 Angela Turco ’91 Miriam Smith Vagt ’50 Elizabeth Vermaelen, S.C. ’60 Louise Pasquantonio Viaggio ’51 Mary Caponegro Viehe ’74 Alice Malone Von Schaumburg ’56 Helen Synan Walsh ’78 David J. Walsh Joan D. Walsh Roli Garg Wendorf Susan Leonard Whitney ’72 David Whoie ’02 Anne McGlynn Wiecek ’84 Jessica Williams ’06 Vaughn C. Williams Katie Willis ’11 Jean Connelly Windels ’80 Kristin Trahan Winford Monica Reddy Wood ’76 Luann Digirolamo Woodbury ’75 Kristin Yanniello ’13 Vera Endres Zapata ’74 Joanne Zurlo ’74

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GIFTS IN HONOR In Honor of Dr. and Mrs. Harold Blass Janet Blass Patrick In Honor of Anne Denise Brennan, S.C. ’69 Deborah Troop In Honor of the Class of 1941 Bobette Hayden Watson In Honor of the Class of 1945 Patricia Buckley Boerner Virginia M. Dunne In Honor of the Class of 1951 Joanne Marona Wuest In Honor of the Class of 1956 Joan Baumann Corbin Elizabeth Connellan McGahren In Honor of the Class of 1961 Barbara Hillman Horgan In Honor of the Class of 1966 Taeko Hattori Honore Chorobik Radshaw In Honor of the Class of 1968 Rose Kelly McTague

In Honor of the Class of 1969 Kathryn Felton McAuley

In Honor of Kara Marie Hille Robert Hille

In Honor of Kelly Nola Doreen Nola

In Honor of the Class of 1971 Cathleen Condon Lamanna Margaret Mancuso Quigley

In Honor of Helen Hudedc James and Rosemary Tobin

In Honor of Ana C. Ortiz Lillian Berger

In Honor of the Class of 1979 Carol M. Kerler

In Honor of Mary Molloy Jones Lorraine Fischer

In Honor of Mary Ellen McGowan Overbay Elizabeth Overbay

In Honor of Barbara Smith Conner ’89 Joan F. Smyth

In Honor of Margaret C. Kelly, S.C. Mary Fleming Courtney

In Honor of Adeline and Adam Pizzuti John Pizzuti

In Honor of James and Maria Ann Culhane Noreen M. Culhane

In Honor of Eileen McCabe Julie Keany Hodorowski

In Honor of Christian Quemere Theresa Montemayor

In Honor of Noreen Culhane ’72 Patricia Walsh Gutter

In Honor of Priscilla Mullins McNamara ’60 Kristen Zakian

In Honor of Maryanne Loetterle Davidson ’84 Teresa Paterniani Cooper

In Honor of Dorothy Mullins Meyer ’61 Kristen Zakian

In Honor of Margaret Egan, S.C. ’64 Margaret Healion Jordan Deborah Troop

In Honor of Kay Neville Julie Keany Hodorowski

In Honor of Geraldine Griffin ’56 Anonymous Barbara A. O’Neil

In Honor of Pamela Newman Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kutcher Michael Rice

In Honor of Michael Quinn ’11 Leah Munch In Honor of Joanne Deasy Sebetic ’51 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Abruzzo In Honor of Jean M. Swintek Kathryn B. Swintek In Honor of Kathryn B. Swintek ’74 Jean M. Swintek

In Honor of Marilyn Henderson Timothy Kathleen Timothy Pastina In Honor of Kathleen M. Tracey, S.C. ’48 Anonymous Colette F. Atkins Ana Barbu Anne Denise Brennan, S.C. Virginia Ferrerio Cerussi Uta Gore Patricia A. Grove Mary Beth Malone Madeline G. McGuinness Madeleine Melkonian Theresa Montemayor Leah Munch Michael Quinn Daniel T. Regan Kathryn Beck Remsen Michael Sin Karen Eichorn Sullivan Todd Tippetts In Honor of Janis Walsh ’71 Lauren McCoy In Honor of Susan L. Whitney ’72 Mary Fleming Courtney In Honor of Robert Williams ’11 Andrew Giordano

MEMORIAL GIFTS In Memory of Janis Walsh ’71 and Mary Downey Carey ’71 Mary Bogaard McManus

In Memory of Kathleen Culhane Atkinson ’47 Joseph A. Atkinson

In Memory of Jean Bersig Brennan ’66 MaryLou Eschmann Donofrio Geraldine Moretti-Altuna

In Memory of Monica Adams ’59 Rosemary P. Campbell

In Memory of Marjorie Tracy Barrett ’36 Mary Frances Barrett

In Memory of Mr. and Mrs. J. Bozzo Loretta Arfi Malaspina

In Memory of Lawrence Albertelli Patricia Green Reed

In Memory of Alice Vilece Battle ’61 Roberta Farrelly Fugazzi

In Memory of Patricia Horgan Brenner ’51 Elizabeth Collins Shea

In Memory of Maria Rose Pisanelli Alvarez ’50 Vincent Alvarez

In Memory of Hope J. Becker ’68 Carol McKnight

In Memory of Mary Zambetti Brimo ’33 Joan Zambetti Kruger

In Memory of Lucy de Villa Becker ’31 Carol McKnight

In Memory of Karen Brooks ’71 Barbara E. McMurray

In Memory of Ellen McEntegart Beckerle ’14 Joan Quinn

In Memory of John Joseph Byrne Adele Range Byrne

In Memory of Anne Elizabeth and Ellen Horan Anne Marlborough Horan In Memory of Mr. and Mrs. S. Arfi Loretta Arfi Malaspina

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In Memory of Marie Patricia Cahill ’33 Helen Pitassy York

In Memory of Mary Downey Carey ’71 Lauren McCoy In Memory of Rosemary Farrell Carter ’48 Jo-Anne Dicosimo Contreras In Memory of Alice Higgins Cassidy ’41 Helen Higgins Clausen In Memory of Rose Marie Kiernan Clay ’40 Patricia G. Kiernan In Memory of Marcia Whitmore Collins Maria Loheac Gustafson Mary Ann Fenlon Knowles In Memory of Margaret Gallagher Collins ’61 Elizabeth J. Feehan Virginia Feehan McGlone


In Memory of Frank C. Como Lana Como In Memory of Miriam Connellan ’52 Helene Connellan O’Neil In Memory of Maureen Cavanagh Cosgrove ’83 Marybeth Flanagan Goldberg Mary Ellen Doherty McGowan In Memory of Dorothy McCabe Coyle ’41 Dorothy Coyle Meighan In Memory of Agnes Fay Cullen ’27 Agnes Cullen Maurer In Memory of Eileen Barrett Cunningham ’32 Mary Frances Barrett In Memory of Josephine Cunningham Elizabeth M. Dunne In Memory of Patricia O’Grady Curran ’57 Ann M. English In Memory of Ann Thienel Daly ’89 Maureen Ryan Noonan In Memory of Mary Nugent Daniels ’66 Geraldine Moretti-Altuna In Memory of Deceased Members of the Class of 1944 Margaret Rappelt Pezzolo In Memory of Deceased Members of the Class of 1949 Mary Louise Mulligan MacFarland In Memory of Deceased Members of the Class of 1951 Margaret McGovern In Memory of Deceased Members of the Class of 1956 Alice Malone Von Schaumburg In Memory of Deceased Members of the Class of 1959 Ann Higgins McKinstry In Memory of Deceased Members of the Class of 1961 Margaret O’Donnell McNerney

In Memory of Deceased Members of the Class of 1967 Patricia Gates Cioffari In Memory of Deceased Members of the Class of 1968 Noreen Bristol Oslander In Memory of Deceased Members of the Class of 1971 Betsy Gordon Gorski In Memory of Deceased Members of the Rappelt and Pezzolo Families Margaret Rappelt Pezzolo In Memory of Rosalie T. Deely ’30 Mary Deely McGuire In Memory of Catherine Hogan Delaney Mary Jean Miles

In Memory of Joan Lovett Elliott ’81 Maura Kennedy Mulgrew

In Memory of Gloria Fava Gonye ’56 Georgia A. Strong

In Memory of Kathleen O’Neill Eschmann ’29 MaryLou Eschmann Donofrio Josephine Zerbi Eschmann

In Memory of Patricia and William Gordon Anne Goodwin Gordon

In Memory of Margaret Farrara, S.C. ’44 Mary Liegey, S.C.

In Memory of Mary Eugene Gotimer, S.C. ’39 Maureen Scarry Moscato

In Memory of Marie Lėonore Fell, S.C. ’30 Rosemary Kane Mahoney

In Memory of Mary Alice Sheridan Grant ’53 Thomas J. Grant

In Memory of Doris C. Ferguson ’48 Virginia M. Giovinco

In Memory of Geraldine Griffin ’56 Barbara A. O’Neil Mary Ann McGlynn Traska

In Memory of Patrick and Veronica Filip Jerilynn Filip Volkman In Memory of Valerie Ann Flaherty Juliana P. Flaherty

In Memory of Conceltta Bartolotta DeRose ’31 Agnes DeRose

In Memory of Angelo Antonio Fontanella Doriana R. Fontanella

In Memory of Marie C. Diorio ’56 Anne Melly Doherty Mary Humphrey Rosenthal

In Memory of Giovannina Santoro Fontanella Doriana R. Fontanella

In Memory of Mr. and Mrs. A. D’Iorio Loretta Arfi Malaspina

In Memory of Patricia Radigan Ford ’58 Jane Dahlke Reichard

In Memory of Kathleen Barrett Diskin ’31 Mary Frances Barrett In Memory of Mary C. Dolan Jon Biter James Dugan Mike Litowkin Lawrence and Gail McGovern Porzio, Bromberg, & Newman, P.C. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Spiesman

In Memory of Julia Horgan ’57 Marie Gerne Stanton

In Memory of Lorraine Rushford Gaire ’61 Jane Rushford Page

In Memory of Diana Illiano Kathleen Morris Levine

In Memory of Catherine Blake Gaynor ’29 Julie Gaynor McCarthy

In Memory of George F. Driscoll Margaret Cummings Driscoll

In Memory of Mary and Andrew Geis Ellen Geis Hughes

In Memory of Joan J. Driscoll ’51 Elizabeth Collins Shea

In Memory of Margaret Reynolds Gill ’25 Joellen Gill Schmidt

In Memory of John Egan Patricia Cowan Egan

In Memory of Ellen and John Hanrahan Helen Hanrahan Kelly

In Memory of Richard Frohlich Dorothy A. Frohlich

In Memory of Ann M. Dorrian ’71 Grace Dorrian Balter Nancy McGuire Sheffler

In Memory of Deceased Members of the Class of 1966 Virginia Michener Fitzgerald Geraldine Moretti-Altuna

In Memory of Katherine Lavelle Hamilton ’71 Carol Dechance Barbara E. McMurray

In Memory of Agnes and Michael Forte Catherine Forte Lanza

In Memory of Sally P. Donovan ’30 Angela M. Donovan

In Memory of John and Ethel Clarke Edery Kathleen Edery Anderson

In Memory of Helen Hall ’52 Joan Kline Dickson

In Memory of Marilyn Riccardone Harten ’65 Mary Jane Coyle Dooley Ann C. Hunt

In Memory of Miriam Brogan Gallacher ’56 Anne Melly Doherty

In Memory of Deceased Members of the Class of 1963 Claire Austin Lynch

In Memory of James E. Haley Nancy Haley

In Memory of Winifred McMahon Jordan ’28 Mary Ann Jordan In Memory of Carol Gormley Joyce ’58 Edward J. Joyce, Jr. In Memory of Peter P. Kaufer Barbara Corbi Kaufer In Memory of Ann Roach Keating ’56 Mary Bradley Brown Mary Gavin Hull Mary Mahoney Levy

In Memory of Anne T. Golden, S.C. ’48 Rosemary Golden Cummins

In Memory of Mary Gertrude Keckeissen, S.C. ’30 Marie Gerne Stanton

In Memory of Barbara Fox Golebiewski ’64 MaryLou Eschmann Donofrio

In Memory of Anne Marie Keegan ’78 Barbara Cortelli Halecki

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MEMORIAL GIFTS In Memory of Adelaide Martin Keetz ’52 Joan Kline Dickson In Memory of Catherine Keeshan Kelly Mary Bowles Curtis In Memory of Julia Kelly ’62 Eileen T. Kelly, S.C. In Memory of Rita Clerkin Kelly ’42 Brenda Ferguson John Kelly Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Kelly Joe and Mary Montero In Memory of Maria Kennedy ’65 Ann C. Hunt In Memory of Russell Kennedy, Sr. Rosemary Arnell Mr. and Mrs. Brendan Collins Marianne and Walter Gomoka Mr. and Mrs. Elmer L. Krusa LBM Advantage, Inc. Nexagen Patricia Hayes Quattrochio S.W. Collins Company, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen J. Sallah Ann Marie Sprague Timberland Home Center Inc.

In Memory of Christine Kirwin Krackeler ’66 Margaret Marrazzo Kirwin Virginia Lambert Annette Armishaw Maiberger Geraldine Moretti-Altuna

In Memory of Kathryn C. McCaffery Susan McCaffery Haugh

In Memory of Kathy La Rocca Dorothy Vassallo Novak

In Memory of Dorothea McElduff ’47 Doris M. Laffan

In Memory of K. Jeanne Van Hook Leonard ’44 Pauline Van Hook Sierens

In Memory of Dolores Williams McElroy ’48 Alberta M. Blasewitz

In Memory of Mary Maxwell Lesser ’54 Edward A. Lesser

In Memory of Evelyn McLaughlin, S.C. ’46 Helen McLaughlin

In Memory of Mary O’Neill Letteri ’57 Winifred Bate Hughes

In Memory of Mary Ellen Waldron McLaughlin ’57 Winifred Bate Hughes

In Memory of Miriam Matthew O’Connell, S.C. ’40 Mary Fleming Courtney Margaret E. Gordon

In Memory of Mary Levine Colleen Pace

In Memory of Anna Marie Meenagh Mary D. Fitton

In Memory of Anne Sheridan O’Connor ’59 Eileen Slattery Murphy

In Memory of Deceased Members of the Molinatti Family Joseph Molinatti

In Memory of Mary Cleary O’Connor ’34 Mary O’Connor Viola

In Memory of Gabriel and Veronica Liegey Bernadette R. Liegey In Memory of John Regis Lindsell L. Patricia McGeough Lindsell

In Memory of Mary O’Leary Kerler ’39 Carol M. Kerler

In Memory of Patricia Scanlan Loomis ’80 Reenie Debold Donovan

In Memory of Helen O’Connor Kiley ’47 Francis C. Kiley

In Memory of Elaine Ludwig Loretta Arfi Malaspina

In Memory of Marbeth Kimler ’64 Lavonne Nemmers In Memory of Marianne H. Klein ’66 Margaret Marrazzo Kirwin Geraldine Moretti-Altuna In Memory of Catherine Hennessy Knizak ’51 Elizabeth Collins Shea In Memory of Cybele Fisher Koppel Phyllis B. Fisher

In Memory of Ronnie Jackson Lutcha ’53 Shelagh Corporon In Memory of Marian Josephine Lyons, S.C. Mary Brady Harrigan In Memory of Vincent Madaffari Janet Madaffari Spears In Memory of Thomas and Marcella Mahon Marcella A. Mahon In Memory of Mr. and Mrs. C. Malaspina Loretta Arfi Malaspina In Memory of Elinor Piro Mango ’52 Angela M. Donovan

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In Memory of Sadie McDermott ’25 Sally McDermott Mannion

In Memory of Marie Imelda Mulcahy, S.C. ’35 Bernadette T. Stewart In Memory of Mary E. Mulry Christine Monagan Ryan In Memory of Arthur Murphy Coralee Goodnough Johnson In Memory of Margaret Murphy ’74 Eve M. Cox Teresa K. Gill In Memory of Mary Judith Murphy ’65 Veronica Lynch Ryan In Memory of Miriam Ellen Murphy, S.C. Johanna Coletta Fallert In Memory of Elizabeth Marian Murray, S.C. Carla Bacigalupo Healy Margaret McGovern Donna M. Murphy In Memory of Jean C. Murray Claire Weiskopf Cross

In Memory of Noeline Noll, S.C. Helen McLaughlin In Memory of Astrid Richie O’Brien Gail T. Kelley Mary Ann McGlynn Traska In Memory of Cathleen Casey O’Connell ’66 Louise Kudgus Burke Janet Lewis Finch Margaret Marrazzo Kirwin Annette Armishaw Maiberger Geraldine Moretti-Altuna Regina Burke Vassak

In Memory of Mary Theresa Harnett O’Connor ’52 Orlando Barreiro Mark Cambalik Jon Estores John Fix Lou Guldner Linda Loomis Bradford Meisel Northern Onondaga Volunteer Ambulance Arvind Padmanabhan Leigh Wilson and Donna Steiner In Memory of Bessie M. O’Dea ’33 Maureen O’Dea Feeney In Memory of Mary J. O’ Donnell ’30 Constance Clarkin Ernenwein Harry and Margaret Ernenwein Ellen Ernenwein Turner In Memory of Geraldine Oxley ’51 Eileen Murphy Blessington

In Memory of Pamela Dame Page ’66 Patricia McLaughlin Graham Virginia Lambert In Memory of Pauline L. Paglia John A. Lederer Margaret Paglia Wellman In Memory of Carmen Galindez Peterson ’74 Margaret Farrelly Broderick Eve Miller Cox Teresa K. Gill Sharon E. Minder Elizabeth Doyle Terranova In Memory of Anne Phillips Anonymous In Memory of Frances Pontorno Frances Pontorno Contino In Memory of Patrick Power Eileen M. Power In Memory of Mary Aileen Canny Pryde ’41 Kiplinger Foundation Joan A. Pryde In Memory of Joan Beckerle Quinn ’44 Helen Murphy, S.C. Joan Quinn In Memory of Mary T. Ralston-Littman ’59 Marianne Tyndall Malague In Memory of Genevieve and Walter Range Adele Range Byrne In Memory of Patricia O’Malley Reilly ’59 Winifred Bate Hughes In Memory of Kathleen Lawlor Riconda ’50 Patricia Lawlor Luongo In Memory of Maria McCarthy Ringwood ’86 Valerie Hennessy McCarthy In Memory of Rowena Arlene Plant Ritchotte ’57 John F. Ritchotte In Memory of Marian Suhr Rizzuto ’74 Eve Miller Cox Laura A. Watson


In Memory of John Rogerzinki Jerilynn Fillip Volkman In Memory of Jane C. Rohr Janie Rohr Bradstreet In Memory of Joyce Yozzo Roy ’64 Josephine Zerbi Eschmann In Memory of Martha L. Sacci ’51 Elizabeth Collins Shea In Memory of Caroline Khoury Sadler ’58 Marie McGovern Melillo In Memory of Carol Cassidy Sausville ’74 Eve Miller Cox Teresa K. Gill In Memory of Helen Savino Anonymous

In Memory of Charles Joseph and Lillian Mary Schilling Virginia Schilling In Memory of Mary Eustace and Alfred Schremp Marjorie Schremp Gormley In Memory of William Schwartzkopf Lenore Schwartzkopf Isleib In Memory of Arthur Langley Searles Jo-Anne Dicosimo Contreras In Memory of Kimberly Kennedy Sgammato ’94 Rosemary Arnell Margaret Boyle, PBVM Regina Mooney Breslin Frances Broderick William and Carol Burbes Kathleen Mimnaugh Casagrande

Elizabeth Ryan Catalano Susan and Albert Charboneau Mr .and Mrs. Brendan Collins John M. Collins John and Patricia Collins Fr. John Andrew Connell Joan Sheehan Coyle Renold P. Damiani Rita E. Dichiara Sr. Theresa Doran Jordan and Pegeen Dos Santos Brian and Laura Gomoka Christopher N. Gomoka Marianne and Walter Gomoka Patrick Gomoka Bernadine Henshaw Bernadette and William Jaros Marcy and John Kennedy Russell E. Kennedy, Sr.† and Catherine Kennedy Patricia A. Kohler William and Eileen Krahe Mr. and Mrs. Elmer L. Krusa

LBM Advantage, Inc. Patricia E. McGowan, S.C. Mr. amd Mrs. Eugene Merges Marilyn and Richard Miller Peter and Mary Mimnaugh Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Molloy Richard J. Navalany Ilse Schrynemakers Navalany and Richard Navalany New Hyde Park Funeral Home Inc. Nexagen Marie and James Novara Robert and Charlene Oliver Judith M. O’Malley Patricia Hayes Quattrochio Mr. and Mrs. Stephen J. Sallah Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Scarola Joseph D. Sgammato Thomas and Michelle Sgammato William D. and Lisa Sgammato

Frances Sjovall John and Grace Smoak Thomas and Gloria Sommerville Ann Marie Sprague Steelcase Foundation Robert and Melissa Steinberg Barbara Swalling-Venturelli and John Venturelli Mary Sweeney-Weinstein Timberland Home Center Inc. James and Rosemary Tobin Maureen Dunican Touhey Henry and Barbara Trzeszkowski Jonathan Trzeszkowski Daniel and Jeanette Willett Brian and Caitlin Wilson

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MEMORIAL GIFTS In Memory of Theodosia Shamoun ’85 and Michael Shamoun Michelle Shamoun Polityka In Memory of Thomas F. Shea Arlene Ketchum In Memory of Catherine Sherry, S.C. ’47 Doris M. Laffan In Memory of Margaret Papa Sherwin ’70 Florence Riordan Hess In Memory of Ruth E. Simpson Elizabeth Collins Shea In Memory of Elizabeth Sisk ’87 Petrina Palazzo In Memory of Doris Smith, S.C. Marian Schleindl Clark

In Memory of James Sperrazzo Kathryn Shaker Sperrazzo†

In Memory of Jerome A. Travers Mary C. Segers

In Memory of Monica Laboe Sperrazzo Kathryn Shaker Sperrazzo†

In Memory of Margaret Lowney Troy ’64 Lavonne Nemmers

In Memory of Mary T. Stuart ’59 Marie Gerne Stanton In Memory of Martha Myers Talley ’56 Anne Melly Doherty Mary Humphrey Rosenthal In Memory of Louise Tavernier ’51 Joan Pfeifer Grau Elizabeth Collins Shea In Memory of William Vito and Josephine Tortorella Antoinette Tortorella Roos

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The School of Professional and Graduate Studies has also expanded its offerings of undergraduate, graduate, and not-for-credit programs to adult students seeking credentials for professional advancement. The Accelerated Nursing program, which launched in 2014, capitalizes on the College’s exceptional capacity in nursing education. The program allows individuals with bachelor’s degrees from accredited colleges or universities in other fields to earn a nursing degree in only a year and a half. Students can pursue Accelerated Nursing at the Riverdale campus or at the College’s midtown Manhattan location. During the spring 2017 semester, the College will move its Manhattan site from West 43rd Street to Columbus Circle. The state-of-the-art facility will house graduate education, business, and nursing programs, as well as Accelerated Nursing. The

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In Memory of Marjorie Tonsmeire Vermaelen ’62 Paul A. Vermaelen In Memory of Rita Vitagliano ’73 Kevin M. Gleason Teresa Vitagliano Golden Margaret E. Gordon Margaret A. Reedy In Memory of Rita and George Volkman Jerilynn Filip Volkman In Memory of Janis M. Walsh ’71 Patricia M. Smith

space will also include a computer lab, seminar room, nursing lab, and an apartment for simulated nursing home care practices. The first graduates to receive the Master of Science in International Development and Service degree participated in the May 2016 Commencement. The program is designed to meet the international demand for socially responsive leaders who can facilitate partnerships in global and diverse communities. Students study a rigorous interdisciplinary curriculum ranging across key issues, such as social policy and development, global health, multicultural education, and more. The program, in collaboration with IPSL (formerly the International Partnership for Service-Learning and Leadership), integrates learning with substantial, hands-on volunteer service experience in the United States, Asia, Europe, and South America.

In Memory of Marilyn Kelly Walsh ’64 Lavonne Nemmers Rosemary Hoey Pisano In Memory of Julia Marie Weser, S.C. Fayne McGrath Daniels In Memory of Rosemary Kennedy Whalen ’38 Patricia Whalen Huffield In Memory of Loretta Stiglmayer White ’32 Loretta M. White In Memory of Joanne “Buffy” Williams ’70 Kathleen Kelly Hennessy In Memory of Carmela and Charles Zuccaro Grace Zuccaro

During the 2015-2016 academic year, the Mount received approval for another Master of Science in Education degree program. Leading to dual adolescent certification in a content area and special education, the program will be offered through a Teacher Residency Program. Teacher Residency Program participants will spend a year working in the classroom as apprentices with their graduate course work in the evening, in order to fully understand the needs of students and best practices for delivering instruction. Teachers trained in this type of clinically-rich setting have been shown to be both more effective and more committed to the teaching profession.


FINAL AND LASTING APPRECIATION WE GRATEFULLY ACKNOWLEDGE those individuals whose final intentions were fulfilled in 2015-2016 through contributions from their estates. Margaret Mitty Conroy ’49 Veronica P. Garvey ’43 Patricia Mecking Liptrot ’52 Concetta Portaro Kathryn Glennon Ryan ’51

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OPPORTUNITIES FOR GIVING Generations of donors contribute annually to keep the College of Mount Saint Vincent strong, and their dedicated support allows the Mount to continue its mission for tomorrow’s students as well. There are many opportunities for giving to the College, and gifts can take several forms. Most contributions also provide the donor with an income tax deduction for the year of the gift. Please carefully consider the many options available for your future giving. ANNUAL FUND An Annual Fund gift is an opportunity to provide an unrestricted contribution to the Mount. The Annual Fund supports all areas of the College including financial aid, faculty development, buildings and grounds maintenance, student activities, and upgraded technology programs.

CAPITAL GIFTS Capital gifts are designated by the donor to fund the College’s capital needs, such as construction and renovation projects. SCHOLARSHIPS Scholarships give talented and deserving students the opportunity to afford a Mount education. Gifts can be made to a general scholarship fund or to the Scholarship Tribute Dinner to benefit all scholarships. An endowed scholarship can be named and will support future generations of students.

For more information about giving to the College of Mount Saint Vincent, contact Daniel Regan, Director for Development/Corporate, Foundation, and Government Relations, at (718) 405-3342 or daniel.regan@mountsaintvincent.edu.

WAYS TO GIVE CASH Gifts of cash immediately benefit the College. Checks, cash, and contributions made through a donor’s Mastercard, Visa, Discover, or American Express credit or debit card are gratefully accepted. SECURITIES Like cash contributions, a gift of securities entitles the donor to an income tax deduction in the year it is given. The most convenient way to give a gift of securities is to arrange a transfer by a broker to the College’s account. To make a gift of securities, contact the College’s broker: Joan Donovan Merrill Lynch 2 World Financial Center, 40th floor New York, NY 10281 (800) 338-2814 x5230 or (212) 236-5230 CORPORATE MATCHING GIFTS Many businesses have matching gift programs, which can double or even triple a gift to the College. They are easy to arrange and are of no cost to the donor. Please contact your employer’s human resources office for more information about matching gifts.

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PLANNED GIFTS Planned gifts are popular and creative ways to support the Mount, and can allow you to receive significant financial benefits during your lifetime. BEQUESTS You may include the Mount in your will by designating a specific dollar amount or a percentage of your estate to the College. PLEASE REMEMBER: • Any gift can be made in honor or in memory of someone special. • In order to receive a 2016 charitable income tax deduction, gifts must be postmarked by December 31. All credit card gifts must be processed by December 31 as well. • The IRA charitable rollover allows taxpayers age 70 ½ or older to make tax-free charitable gifts of up to $100,000 per year directly from their Individual Retirement Accounts to eligible charities, including colleges, universities, and independent schools. To make a gift via the IRA Charitable Rollover, please contact your IRA plan administrator. • Gifts can be made online at mountsaintvincent.edu/giving.


WE HOPE TO SEE YOU SOON! Join us for a regional alumnae/i event in Spring 2017.

FLORIDA

Florida

Vero Beach Regional Event FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 2017 HOME OF A. JOAN CONNOR 始54

gional Event SUNDAY, MARCH 19, 2017 SAILFISH CLUB OF FLORIDA Hosted by the family of Kathleen Culhane Atkinson 始47 in her honor.

MASSACHUSETTS

Boston Regional Event SUNDAY, MARCH 26, 2017 Massachusetts

HOME OF DALE AVELLA MASI 始51

WASHINGTON D.C.

Washington D.C. Regional Event SATURDAY, APRIL 1, 2017 HOME OF MARGUARITE ARBUTUSKI 始65

To learn more and to register, please visit mountsaintvincent.edu/regional. For more information, please contact (718) 405-3334 or alumnioffice@mountsaintvincent.edu.

Washington, D.C.


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MARGARET F. GRACE LECTURE Peace on Firm Ground: Just War or Nonviolence? A Conversation with Maryann Cusimano Love, James Turner Johnson, and Rev. John Dear

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Annual Report 2016  

College of Mount Saint Vincent 2016 Annual Report -- Mission Inspired: Excellence & Opportunity

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