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THE MISSION College of St. Joseph is an independent Catholic college that educates men and women of varied faiths and backgrounds for lives of continuing personal and professional growth, intellectual development and service to the community. To fulfill its mission, the College: • offers student-centered undergraduate and graduate programs guided by Christian values that blend theory and practice and prepare students for careers of vital importance to society; • offers a holistic student development program that fosters personal leadership, civic responsibility, and service to the community; • employs highly qualified administrators, faculty and staff who support the continuous improvement of the College’s programs and services. The Provider is published by College of St. Joseph for members of the College community including alumni, friends and donors. The information published in The Provider reflects the mission of the College.

Editorial Board Lawrence G. Jensen President Elicia Mailhiot Associate Director of Communications James Lambert Vice President for External Affairs Nanci Gordon Director of Development & Alumni Relations Comments may be addressed to: 71 Clement Road, Rutland, VT 05701 Phone: (802) 776-5249 This issue of The Provider is dedicated to CSJ alumna Sandy Casey, who lost her life in the Las Vegas on October 1, 2017. FACEBOOK.COM/COLLEGEOFSTJOSEPH


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IN THIS ISSUE CAMPUS NEWS Community Care Network and CSJ Partnership CSJ Welcomes Class of 2021

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ATHLETICS NEWS Women's Basketball 6 Men's Basketball 7 Softball 8 Baseball 9


Faculty Focus: Dr. James Curtis Alumni Feature: Jessica Giffin

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ALUMNI Alumni & Family Weekend Class Notes

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Honor Roll of Donors




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NEWS Community Care Network, CSJ Partner to Bring Students to CSJ

Lorraine Jenne, CCN, and James Lambert, CSJ, sign a partnership agreement offering discounted tuition to CCN employees

Community Care Network and College of St. Joseph have partnered to make college more affordable and accessible to CCN employees and their families. The partnership, through CSJ’s corporate cohort program, offers CSJ’s associate, bachelor and graduate programs to CCN employees at a reduced tuition rate. Additionally, CCN has developed a tuition reimbursement program for its employees in tandem with the CSJ agreement. “Supporting a trained human services workforce with higher education is a priority for Community Care Network,” said Dick Courcelle, CEO. “Attaining college credits can be costly. This partnership with CSJ presents an affordable solution for our organization to help our employees pay for their professional education. And our employees receive the education they need to advance in their careers.” James Lambert, Vice President for

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External Affairs at CSJ, said the College has long met the educational needs of many CCN employees, particularly with its undergraduate and graduate offerings in Psychology & Human Services. This partnership brings all of CSJ’s degree programs, including allied health and the Master of Business Administration program, to CCN employees at a discounted rate. “We are proud to partner with another of the region’s great employers to make college more accessible to more than 400 families in the area,” Lambert said. “Community Care Network should be recognized for making a major investment in its employees and the Rutland Region. This is just another example of the positive energy that we are seeing build in and around Rutland.” Through the College’s corporate cohort program, participating businesses and organizations like CCN can cultivate and retain well-rounded, highly-qualified

employees. In addition to academic instruction, CSJ will provide CCN employees with invaluable resources and a broad range of academic support services, including academic advising, access to the CSJ campus – including the recently renovated Giorgetti Library – and academic support, as needed, through the CSJ Learning Center. About Community Care Network Community Care Network is comprised of Rutland Mental Health Services and Rutland Community Programs, which together make up a consortium of health, human service, employment and rehabilitation programs serving the greater Rutland Region. CCN employs and contracts with more than 400 individuals, offering a variety of employment opportunities for individuals interested in helping to meet the many needs of our community. CCN enhances the well-being of the community, individuals and families through responsive, innovative and collaborative human services.

NEWS CSJ students to develop curriculum for an exhibit at the Museum. The partnership began in the spring of 2016, when Dr. David St. Germain, chair of the College’s Education division, met with Wonderfeet’s Executive Director Myra Peffer to determine if there was a way students could apply the skills they were learning in the classroom at the Museum.

Residence Life Staff welcome new students during new student move-in day

CSJ Welcomes Class of 2021 The newest members of the CSJ family arrived on campus Thursday, Aug. 24 when freshmen and transfer students moved into the College’s residence halls. Residence Life staff helped unpack cars filled with plastic totes, chairs, boxed microwaves and mini-fridges, welcoming the more than 80 incoming students to their new home.

is from Vermont,” he said. “Our local market has treated us well.” LaBate is also proud of the scholarly capabilities of the incoming class. “This class has the highest combined GPA of any of the most recent incoming classes,” he said.

LaBate is excited about the number of Vermont students who have chosen to attend College of St. Joseph this fall. “Our biggest haul this enrollment cycle

“Collaboration with CSJ Education students is a mutually beneficial partnership. The museum gets creative ideas that we can use to expand the experiences for families and schools,” Peffer said. St. Germain informed students in his Curriculum Development course last fall that one of their assignments would involve developing curriculum for Wonderfeet Kids Museum.

For many of the College’s new students, home is several hundred miles away, if not more. “We have 13 students coming to CSJ from Florida. We also are welcoming students from Virginia, Texas, Rhode Island, New Mexico, North Carolina, Missouri, Louisiana, Georgia, and Arizona,” said Ken LaBate, vice president of student recruitment and admissions. “We’ve doubled our international student enrollment, with individuals coming from Turkey, Honduras, and Canada.”

The Museum had recently named Paula Townsend, a retired teacher from Rutland Town School, as its director of education and she began collaborating with St. Germain to best identify the needs of the Museum, which served more than 17,000 visitors in 2016 alone.

CSJ students and Wonderfeet staff

CSJ Collaborates with Wonderfeet Kids' Museum Three College of St. Joseph students sit on red and yellow stools, looking markedly out of place hunched over a small blue table covered in Legos. One is building a car, the other is sorting, and the third is fervently taking notes. The students are just one group involved in the College’s collaboration with Wonderfeet Kids Museum, which allows

Students Garrett Brewer, Aaron Bloomer and Phil Hall selected the Lego exhibit to develop a minimum of three lesson plans, student assessments, and technology and print resources. The final document produced by the students was more than 10 pages, and Townsend worked with the museum’s education committee to modify and condense the work. “The end result is a booklet any parent could use to guide his or her child through the exhibit and develop an understanding of certain scientific principles they might not otherwise be aware of,” St. Germain said.

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ATHLETICS Alexius Brooks, '18

Daija Black, '20 Imani Stephenson, '17 Sabrina Llanes, '20 Assistant Coach EJ, '16 Coach Jonathan Lamiotte

Women's Basketball College of St. Joseph’s women’s basketball team started their 2016-2017 campaign winning six of seven contests. By the end of the season, the 11-13 Fighting Saints were averaging 68.7 points, 45 rebounds and 13.5 assists per game. CSJ shined in close games, defeating Vermont Technical College 66-63, SUNY Delhi 76-68, and SUNY Canton 58-45. The team went 9-6 in conference play and was assigned to face University of Maine - Augusta in the quarterfinal round of the Yankee Small College Conference playoff tournament. After a 64-46 loss to the Moose in the regular season, the Fighting Saints were unable to find a way to defeat Augusta in playoffs, falling 84-59 in the quarterfinals.

Kaelin Reopell, '20

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NaKeeya Goodman-Boddie, '19

ATHLETICS Jared Brown, '18

Coaches Zo Howlett & Eric Swain Darrien White, '20

Jonathan Brioso, '18 Kyle Houston, '18

Men's Basketball The 2016-2017 Fighting Saints averaged a staggering 81.8 points per game, and went 14-15 on the season. After finishing 10-5 in conference play, College of St. Joseph was paired with Vermont Technical College for the quarterfinal round of the Yankee Small College Conference playoff tournament. CSJ prevailed, taking down VTC 85-65, and earned a bid to the semifinal round where they would face New Hampshire Technical Institute. During the regular season, the Fighting Saints defeated NHTI 97-83 in the first of two match-ups, and NHTI took the second game 96-73. In mid-February, CSJ saw their season come to an end after a hard-fought 83-74 loss to the Lynx in the YSCC semifinals.

Antonio Gordon, '16

Da'Quan Abernathy, '19

Randy Arrington, '17

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ATHLETICS Jenna Crowley, '18

Ashley Vasas, '18

Shelby Fenton, '20 Katie Jenkins, '19 Kali Drum, '20

Softball With a small roster, the Fighting Saints battled to earn a 7-5 Yankee Small College Conference record. CSJ swept a four-game weekend with Central Maine Community College at the end of April. The Saints took down Southern Maine Community College in a 7-6 contest, and New Hampshire Technical Institute on two separate occasions, first in a 15-7 win followed by a 10-inning, 6-5 win the following day. CSJ was unable to take down NHTI when it counted, though, and fell 9-0 in the YSCC semifinals. The Fighting Saints seek to reclaim the YSCC Championship title, a feat they accomplished for the first time at the end of the 2015-2016 season.

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ATHLETICS Brian Quezada, '19

Mauricio Rondon, '19

Nick Powers, '19

Baseball College of St. Joseph’s baseball team won back-to-back United States Collegiate Athletic Association National Championships in 2016 and 2017. Last year’s national championship run began with wins over Marygrove College (2-0) and Penn State DuBois (3-2). On Wednesday, May 17 the Fighting Saints were handed their first loss of the tournament, falling 6-3 to Apprentice School. CSJ rebounded with a 5-0 win over Cleary University, which secured their place in the national championship versus Apprentice. In the first game, the Saints derailed Apprentice 11-4; in the next, CSJ won 6-1 and became USCAA Nationals Champions for the second year in a row. The Fighting Saints went 28-22 on the season, scoring eight homers and 255 total runs, and achieved a .352 on-base percentage.

John Loschiavo, '19

Nick Rodriguez, '17

Tyler Kunzmann, '18

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Dr. James Curtis

Assistant Professor of English Dr. James Curtis sat down with us for this issue's faculty focus. Q: What did you do before coming to College of St. Joseph? A: Before coming to CSJ, I spent two years working at Tougaloo College, a private, historically black college in Jackson, Miss. Q: What is your educational background? A: I received my Master's from Middle Tennessee State University and my PhD from the University of Southern Mississippi. Q: What do you like most about teaching? A: What I like most about teaching is the sense of fulfillment I get from seeing the learning process in action. Q: What attracted you to College of St. Joseph?

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A: What attracted me to College of St. Joseph was the sense of community and family that the faculty and administration emphasized. Q: What are you most enjoying so far about working here? A: So far, I am enjoying the variety of classes that I have been given the opportunity to teach most. Q: What is the one thing you hope your students will take away from your classes, or having you as a professor? A: One thing I hope my students will take away from any class I teach is a genuine love of learning. Q: Fill in the blank. Before graduating, every student should _____________. A: Before graduating, every student should consider all paths for moving forward after college.

Q: What is your favorite place on campus? A: My favorite place on campus is the bench beside the pond. It is a great place to sit and relax. Q: What's something about your area of expertise that you can share that will make us sound smarter at parties? A: Since I specialize in children's/young adult lit – and everyone seems to have at least a passing familiarity with the Lord of the Rings series – you could always tell people that Tolkien was much more interested in creating the mythos and languages of various races in the series than he was in actually telling the story of one or two hobbits. And that he only really finished the series at the request of C.S. Lewis. Q: What are some of your other hobbies and interests? A: My other hobbies include playing music and gaming.

PROVIDER PROGRAM Provider Scholars complete 253 hours of service during orientation The newest members of the College of St. Joseph community learned what it means to be a provider during the College’s day of service on Aug. 26. Students piled into several CSJ buses and vans early in the morning to be dropped off at eight locations across the city to perform the first four of their 15 required hours of community service through the Provider Scholarship Program. “64 new students, four residence directors, eight residence advisors, and one staff member completed 253 hours of service,” said CSJ’s Vice President of Student Affairs Melissa Paradee. Four students joined Downtown Rutland Partnership Executive Director Steve Peters to clean up downtown, including weeding around more than 25 parking meters and lamp posts on West Street, Center Street, and Merchants Row. A large group of students put on hard hats to help with a Habitat for Humanity build on Cleveland Avenue. Another group went to Jen’s Motel, a transitional housing facility, to help spruce up the building, including painting the foundation and lawn maintenance.

Provider Scholars clean the streets of Downtown Rutland

And it didn’t stop there.

64 new students, four residence directors, and eight residence advisors completed 253 hours of service. - Melissa Paradee

“All I can say is wow. I didn’t have enough work ready for them. I had some plan B stuff, but we ended up doing all of that, too,” said Patrick Higgins, who oversees the BROC program. “These kids are not afraid of work. I’m impressed and grateful beyond words.”

Students got their hands dirty clearing a new trail at Pine Hill Park and sprucing up West Street Cemetery, while others helped prepare for the community lunch at Trinity Church and to clean and organize play areas at Wonderfeet Kids’ Museum. The community connections were formed after Paradee asked Project VISION’s former executive director Scott Tucker to send an email requesting community engagement partners. 10 organizations and individuals responded to the College’s request. New students typically complete one hour of service at one location during orientation as an introduction to the Provider Program, but Paradee wanted to give students a greater taste of the Program and the impact they can have on the greater Rutland community during their four years as a student at CSJ. Provider Scholars will continue working toward their 15 hours of service every Wednesday throughout the semester at organizations across Rutland County.

Freshmen Ajaylla and Sabrena during service at Jen's Motel

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ALUMNI & FAMILY WEEKEND CSJ students, alumni, friends, and family members gathered on Sept. 29-30 for Alumni & Family Weekend. The weekend kicked off with an alumni social on Friday evening in Clementwood Mansion. The fun continued on Saturday with a day full of family activities, including chair massages, campus tours, a family fun center, brunch, and the presentation of alumni and athletic awards. The College recognized Brooke (Haley) Kimball '00 and '04, and Scott Louiselle '09 with distinguished alumni awards. Kimball is a special educator at Otter Valley Union High School, while Louiselle is currently employed at Community Care Network (Rutland Mental Health). They were honored for their contributions to the community and the College. Eight student-athletes and two nationalchampionship winning coaches were inducted into the College's Athletic Hall of Fame, including the 2015-16 USCAA National Championshipwinning women's basketball team, Rahiem Smalls, and baseball coaches Bob Godlewski and Cameron Curler, who led the Fighting Saints to back-to-back national championships in 2016 and 2017. Godlewski took the opportunity to raise more than $600 for those affected by Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico, calling it the "CSJ way." Smalls took to the court in Saturday's alumni versus student basketball game, alongside powerhouse alumni players Doug Childs, Kareem Brown, Travis Threewitts, Anthony Paul, and more. The weekend concluded on Sunday with the College's first-ever alumni versus student baseball game. The Saints returned graduates Jordan Matos, Tyler Demers, and many others for the alumni team. Thank you to all who joined us! Small Wonder. BIG IDEAS. 13

ALUMNI FEATURE grateful for? A: I am grateful for the friendships that were formed and the foundation that was built for my future. Q: What are you currently doing for work? A: I am the operations coordinator at Serenity House in Wallingford, Vt. Q: How did your time at CSJ prepare your for your career? A: Classes were taught by professionals who shared real life experiences in my career field. CSJ also provided opportunities to network within the community that added to my foundation.

Jessica Giffin

Jessica Giffin graduated in May 2017 with a Bachelor's Degree in Alcohol & Substance Abuse Counseling. While at CSJ, she participated in Governor Phil Scott's statewide summit, which addressed challenges in treating substance abuse disorders. Q: Tell us a little about yourself. A: I am originally from Louisville, Ky. I am married with three children. My family and I moved from New York to Vermont three years ago for my husband's job. Q: How did you become interested in studying substance and alcohol abuse conceling? A: While living in New York, I had the opportunity to intern within the drug court system. The experience opened my eyes and heart to the substance abuse field that is in desperate need of helpers.

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Q: Why did you choose to attend CSJ? A: It is a local school that offered the program I was looking for. I was scared to get back in the classroom after so many years, but the small class sizes and family feel was what I needed to move forward. Q: Who was your favorite faculty or staff member and why? A: It would be impossible to pick only one faculty member. Every faculty member added value to my experience. However, three stand out: Dr. Walsh, Paula McGhee, and Susan Boyce. Each one believed in me more than I could ever believe in myself. They helped me find my voice and provided me with everything needed to be successful. Q: When you look back at your time at CSJ, what are you most

Q: What did you gain from attending CSJ that you feel you could not have received elsewhere? A: Due to the small number of students in my program, a lot of my classes were directed study. This allowed me to get a one-on-one education while gaining working knowledge of the field. Q: Tell us a little about your achievement at CSJ, and of which are you most proud of? A: I had the pleasure of participating in the Provider Program, as well as Human Services Club and the Blue and White Honor Society while at CSJ. However, the achievement that meant the most to me was maintaining a 4.0 GPA throughout my time at CSJ. It was a personal achievement that I worked extremely hard for. Q: If you had to do it all over, what would you do differently? A: I would have loved to participate in more events and programs around campus.

CLASS NOTES Bill Brancatella, ‘16, was recently

Pat Carbonell, '84, was married at

enrolled in Officer Candidate School (OCS) for the U.S. Army in Fort Benning, Ga.

College of St. Joseph on Aug. 5.

Julia Kreillkamp, '94, joined the

Berkshire County Day School faculty as the lead preshool teacher.

Karen Trimboli, now serves as Justin Lemanski, '16, is playing professional baseball with the Mustangs out of Nicholasville, Ky. The team is part of the Thoroughbred Baseball League.

principal of Black River High School in Ludlow, Vt. as well as continuing to serve as principal of Ludlow Elementary School.

Kashean Alston, '15, currently works at Breaking Ground (Homeless Services & Affordable Housing) as an outreach housing advocate.

Jamie Rajda, ‘12, was married Aug.

26, 2017. Several teammates were by his side.

Alexandra Jones, '16, got engaged at Citi Field during a Mets Game in September.

Kimberley Rupe '16, joined College

of St. Joseph as its new community engagement coordinator in September. In her new role, she oversees the College's hallmark Provider Scholarship Program.

Jose Ramos, '17, signed a professional contract with the Gigantes de Monteria out of Columbia.

Shamari Brodhead '17, Chontayvia Kennedy '16, Regina Steele '17, Kelly Festa '17, Liz Turco '19, Nia Gilchrist '18, Arreonte Anderson '16, and Ebony Jones '15, '17 were

inducted into the College's Athletic Hall of Fame on Sept. 30. The group took home the 2015-16 USCAA National Championship following a record 31-1 season.

Becky Robare, '00, recently welcomed a new child.

Mindy Wilson, '05, currently works as SUNY Adirondack's director of human resources and payroll and serves at the affirmative action officer and Title IX coordinator for the college.

Rahiem Smalls, '15, was inducted

into the College's Athletic Hall of Fame during Alumni & Family Weekend. He was a 1,000-point scorer for the men's basketball team.

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Jordan Matos, '16, signed his first

professioanl baseball contract with the Old Orchard Beach Surge out of the Empire League, based in Maine, this summer.

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HONOR ROLL OF DONORS Thanks to the generous support of our friends and alumni, College of St. Joseph raised $303,649 during last year’s fundraising cycle. These funds are used in support of student scholarships and academic improvements throughout the college. Your continuing support of our mission helps us in the development of tomorrow’s professionals and community leaders. As our graduates take their places in society, they provide their clients and communities with high-quality services and a commitment to volunteerism instilled at College of St. Joseph. Thank you for all you do to support the educational opportunities that prepare our students to be committed, active members of their communities.

2016-17 Lumen Via Veritas Fellow ($2,000 and above)

Corporations Agnes M. Lindsay Trust Anonymous Bowse Health Trust Hilda & Preston Davis Foundation Hoehl Family Foundation Jonathan A. French Charitable Trust Kinney Pike Insurance, Inc. Metz Enterprises Richard E. & Deborah L. Tarrant Foundation Individuals Mrs. Maria Baldasaro '72 Mr. & Mrs. Michael Calotta Mr. & Mrs. Robert Carrara Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Dowling '94 Mr. & Mrs. John Facey III Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Giancola Mr. & Mrs. Edwin Johnson Mr. John O'Keefe Mr. & Mrs. Mark Oskam '05 Mr. & Mrs. James Reddy Ms. Sarah Schiermeyer '09 Heritage Society ($1,000 – $1,999)

Corporations Alderman's Toyota Amanda Rae Loree Foundation, Inc. Casella Waste Systems GE Foundation (Matching gifts of: Michael '05 & Kristie '86 Johnson and George & Geraldine '88 Sabol) Heritage Family Credit Union O'Brien Shortle Reynolds & Sabotka, PC Ryan, Smith & Carbine, Ltd. Individuals Mrs. Sandra Abatiell Mr. & Mrs. Chet Begin Mr. Lawrence Jensen & Ms. Sallie Gill Mr. & Mrs. Jay Kenlan Mr. Richard Loutzenheiser & Dr.

Lorraine Edwards Dr. Robert O'Brien Mr. & Mrs. James Stewart Saints Circle ($500 – $999)

Dr. & Mrs. James Wolcott Corporations BAF, Inc. Carpet King of Vermont Facey, Goss & McPhee P.C. Keyser Energy Rutland County Farmers' Market Rutland Pharmacy VELCO Individuals Ms. Margaret Amanti '72 Mr. Dan DiBattista Dr. & Mrs. Michael Dick Ms. Donna Gravelle '12 Mr. & Mrs. Sherman Hunter Mr. & Mrs. Michael Johnson '05 & '86 ^ Mrs. Shirley Jurczyk '70 Ms. Eleanor Koerner '92 Mr. & Mrs. Norman Lash Mr. Richard Moore Ms. Martha Rickey '73 Mr. & Mrs. John Socinski Mr. & Mrs. John Zawistoski Founders Club ($250 – $499)

Corporations Stevens, Wilcox, Potvin, Cassidy & Jakubowski Individuals Mr. & Mrs. Robert Beauchamp Mr. & Mrs. John Crowley Ms. Patricia Cuddy Mr. Robert Forguites Mr. & Mrs. Paul Gallo Dr. Robert Goddard Mr. & Mrs. James Lambert Mr. & Mrs. Peter Longchamp Dr. & Mrs. Frank Miglorie

Ms. Mary Sullivan Blue and White Club ($100 – $249)

Mr. Steven Thompson '04 Corporations Belden Company Gawet Marble & Granite Inc. Green Mountain Power LaValley's Rutland/Ludlow Building Supply Marble Valley Engineering, P.C. Rotary Club of Fair Haven Sam Franks Inc. Scan Business Systems Inc. Individuals Ms. Mary Ashcroft Rev. Michael Augustinowitz Mr. & Mrs. Steven Ballard Ms. Theresa Ballou '05 Ms. Carol Barbagallo '72 Ms. Debra Bottomms '80 Mr. & Mrs. Nick Carmolli Mrs. Eileen Connor '68 Mrs. Deborah Cook '68 Mrs. Christina Cornish-Lauria '82 Mrs. Michele Curley '70 Mr. Joseph Czachor Ms. Beth Diamond Ms. Margaret Dulli '02 Mr. & Mrs. Edward Gartner Ms. Elizabeth Glynn Mrs. Mary Ellen Hogan '68 Ms. Irene Hughes Mrs. Pauline Kearney '68 Mr. Russell Lennon Mrs. Martha Leonard '99 Mrs. Stephanie Lorentz Mrs. Dawn McCormack '75 Ms. Paula McGhee Mr. & Mrs. Glenn Morgan Ms. Carol Nash '62 Mr. & Mrs. Thomas O'Brien Mr. & Mrs. Brian Pariseau '88 & '07 Mrs. Marie Pennington '10 Mr. Patrick Robbins & Ms. Lisa Schamberg

^ = Donors who designate Matching Gifts to CSJ

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Ms. Paula Shortle '74 Mrs. Nancy Smith '83 Mrs. Janice Tofferi '80 Ms. Grace Valente '79 Mr. Joseph Walsh Mr. & Mrs. Bruce Welsh Mr. Alton Wilkinson '85 Friends (Up to $100)

Corporations Moores' Corners Inc. Individuals Mrs. Madeline Coppinger Mr. & Mrs. Robert Coyle Mr. Philip Gawet Dr. Guy Goodell Mrs. Donna Lewis Mrs. Kathleen McMahon Sr. Catherine Morin SSJ Mr. & Mrs. Terrance Riley Mr. Joseph Tilden Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Whalen Alumni Contributions by Class

* Blue and White Club ** Founders Club *** Saints Circle **** Heritage Society ***** Lumen Via Veritas Fellow ^ Matching Gift

1962 Sr. Shirley Davis SSJ Ms. Carol Nash* 1968 Mrs. Eileen Hanratty Connor * Mrs. Deborah Ferra Cook * Mrs. Mary Ellen Kearney Hogan* Mrs. Martha Simonds Howard* Mrs. Pauline Gilbert Kearney * 1969 Mrs. Judith Rizzuto Miles 1970 Mrs. Michele Broderick Curley*

HONOR ROLL OF DONORS Mrs. Shirley Stefaniak Jurcyzk *** 1972 Ms. Margaret Amanti *** Mrs. Maria Harty Baldasaro ***** Mrs. Carol Fraumeni Barbagallo * Ms. Carol Roeckl-Smith 1973 Ms. Martha Mason Rickey *** 1974 Ms. Dawn Rogers Ms. Paula Wade Shortle * 1975 Ms. Dorothy Hart Mrs. Dawn Reardon McCormack * 1977 Mrs. Nancy Fierro Niles 1978 Ms. Susan Sawyer Densmore Mr. Peter Southworth Mrs. Theresa Carlisle Southworth 1979 Mrs. Laurie Douglas Bates Ms. Grace Valente * 1980 Ms. Debra Tomczyk Bottomms * Mr. William Herrington Mrs. Agnes McCormack Pietryka Mrs. Janice McNulty Tofferi * Mrs. Meredith Dolan Voutas 1982 Mrs. Christina Cornish-Lauria * 1983 Mrs. Theresa Stannard Bruckerhoff Ms. Nanci Gordon Mrs. Nancy Zimmer Smith *

1988 Mr. Brian Pariseau * 1990 Ms. Martha Rideout 1991 Mrs. Melissa Gabriele Knipes 1992 Ms. Eleanor Koerner *** 1993 Ms. Rachella Bolton Ms. Hattie Hustler 1994 Mrs. Maureen O' Brien Dowling ***** Ms. Joan Eaton Mrs. Susan Herrington Mrs. Carol Rathjen Protivansky 1996 Mr. Ernest Murray III 1999 Ms. Sandra Lafayette Lavin Mrs. Martha Stancliffe Leonard* 2002 Ms. Margaret Carpenter Dulli * 2004 Mr. Steven Thompson ** 2005 Ms. Theresa Downey Ballou * Mr. Michael Johnson ***^ Mr. Mark Oskam ***** 2007 Mrs. Karen Paolucci Pariseau * 2009 Ms. Sarah Schiermeyer *****

1984 Mr. Michael Tyl

2010 Mrs. Marie Hibbard Pennington *

1985 Mr. Alton Wilkinson *

2012 Ms. Donna Reed Gravelle ***

1986 Mrs. Kristie Hard Johnson ***^ 1987 Ms. Denise Krawcyzk

Special Event Sponsors

Alderman's Toyota Casella Waste Systems Facey, Goss & McPhee P.C. Heritage Family Credit Union

Omya Industries Inc. Rutland Regional Medical Center Ryan, Smith & Carbine, Ltd. Mr. Lawrence Jensen & Ms. Sallie Gill Mr. & Mrs. James Reddy Special Event Supporters

Cape Air Crisanver House Hannoush Jewelers Hubbardton Forge Metz Enterprises Robert Carl Williams Assoc. PC Sisters of St. Joseph Vermont HITEC, Inc. Ms. Katelyn Atwood Dr. Carrie Becker Dr. Erika J. Berner Mr. & Mrs. Michael Calotta Mr. & Mrs. Joseph F. Curtin Mr. Dan DiBattista Ms. Joan Gamble & Mr. Chip Paison Dr. & Mrs. Robert Goddard Ms. MJ Huettner Mr. & Mrs. Brian Kilcullen Mr. Russell H. Kulas Mr. & Mrs. Ken LaBate Mrs. Donna Lewis Ms. Paula McGhee Dr. & Mrs. Thomas L. Opsahl Mrs. Teresa Perry '13 Mr. & Mrs. James Reddy Dr. & Mrs. David St. Germain Mr. & Mrs. Scott A. Tucker Mr. & Mrs. Robert K. Weinmann Baseball Supporters

A&A Undercar Repair, LLC Bob Bissonette Insurance Boulevard Automotive Center Clark's Tire Crippen Fellows Post No. 50 Glens Falls Dragons Baseball Club My Locker Orsini Custom Tees Shan Petroleum Inc. Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Beland Mr. William Brancatella '16 Mr. Christopher Doyle '17 Ms. Tanya Hathaway Mr. Thomas E. Isabella Mr. Russell D. Krebs '17 Mr. Brian M Quezada Mr. Jesus Salcedo Men’s Soccer Supporters

Vermont Country Store Mr. & Mrs. Michael Carroll Ms. Christina Bania Charbonneau '07 Ms. Jennifer M. Yamin '01 Women’s Basketball Supporters

Alderman's Chevrolet Buick GMC Back on Track Physical Therapy Central Vermont Motorcycles, Inc. Clark's Tire and Service Clear Choice MD Urgent Care Formula Ford Garvey Nissan Gregory Landolfo Sole Prop. DBA Spa City Supply HMC Advertising, LLC. Hope Medical Clinic PLLC Kinney Motors Ltd. Long Trail Tattoo & Piercing Lyndy Restaurant Group LLC DBA Sugar and Spice Nutting Used Cars Pro Cycle, Inc. Spartan Race, Inc. Ms. Donna Reopell Ms. Karen Reynolds Ms. Andrea Shahan Restricted Gifts

Alumni Association Endowed Scholarship Ms. Katie L. Burnell '02 Ms. Nanci A. Gordon '83 Ms. Sharon Justvig Mrs. Melissa Knipes '91 Ms. Kelly A. Moriarty '09 Mrs. Ada T. Pezzetti Dr. Rebecca J. Robare '00 Ms. Mary Ruth William Martino Memorial Fund Kathenes Family Fundraiser Michael T. O’Malley Criminal Justice Scholarship Fund Michael O’Malley Golf Tournament Ms. Patricia Cuddy Charles F. Ryan Memorial Scholarship Fund Ryan, Smith & Carbine, Ltd Gifts in Memory

Anthony Abatiell Mrs. Sandra Abatiell

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John H. Bloomer Mr. & Mrs. John Crowley Catherine Siro Cokoyoglu '72 Mrs. Carol A. Roeckl-Smith '72

Sr. Mary Polworth Ms. Katie Burnell '02 Ms. Nanci Gordon '83 Mrs. Ada Pezzetti Ms. Mary Ruth

Barbara Hanna Forguites '87 Mr. Robert Forguites

Dorothy & William Rogers, Sr. Ms. Dawn Rogers '74

Thomas Kearney Mrs. Mary Ellen Kearney Hogan '68

Terrie Whalen Mr. Joseph E. Whalen

Dr. Michael Reed Ms. Donna Reopell Gifts of Service

Giancola Construction Corp.

Sr. Mary Justin Lavin '62 Ms. Sandra Lavin '99 William O. and Mary L. Mason Mrs. Martha Mason Rickey '73 William Murphy Mr. & Mrs. Robert Coyle Mrs. Mary O'Keefe & Mr. Chester Brown Mr. John O'Keefe

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Gifts in Honor of

Sisters of St. Joseph Mrs. Maria Kathleen Harty Baldasaro '72 Gifts In Kind

Paul & Denise Andriscin Ms. Lisa Chalidze Sr. Mary Harvey Mr. Lawrence Jensen Ms. Doreen McCullough

Provider Society The Provider Society is comprised of those people who have made significant contributions to the Endowment Fund, or who have included CSJ in their long-term financial or estate planning.

Carris Reels, Inc. Casella Waste Systems Fitz, Vogt & Associates, Ltd. Kinney Pike Insurance J. Warren and Lois McClure Foundation OMYA Industries, Inc. People’s United Bank Rutland Herald Ryan Smith & Carbine LTD. Vermont Country Store

Mr. & Mrs. Bartley J. Costello III Catherine Costello Louis E’sposito Susan Englese Mary Giorgetti Edward Godnick Gilbert Godnick John P. Guimond Georgiana LaPietra Marion Loveland Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Marro Virginia Mitchell James Murray in memory of Marie Harris Cora V. Overrocker Trust Jonathan Owens Jean Pawlusiak Ethel V. Rhodes Trust David Rosen John Russell, Sr. Olin Scott Fund George P. Simon Priscilla Smith Paul Stanley Charles & Reiko Tuttle


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The Provider – Fall 2017  

A magazine for friends of College of St. Joseph

The Provider – Fall 2017  

A magazine for friends of College of St. Joseph