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PROVIDER STUDENTS COMPLETE 12,000 HOURS See page 11 for details


THE PROVIDER Greetings from CSJ,

The Mission

This remains an exciting time in College of St. Joseph’s history. It’s my pleasure to share that we welcomed our second largest class in the last six years in August, with 52 freshman joining the CSJ family. Our dorms are also nearly-filled for the third consecutive year.

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.

The 2015 academic year was filled with noteworthy achievements. I know that 2016 will continue this trend. A look back at 2015-16 We have seen continued momentum here at CSJ. Some of the highlights of the past year include: • Provider Scholars have contributed more than 12,000 hours of service in the greater Rutland community since the program began in 2013; • The College secured a $2.2 million Title III grant, the largest federal grant in our history, which focuses on student success and personalized learning; • Marble Valley Grows was awarded an $89,000 Bowse Trust grant to continue our work in local elementary schools; • The Unity Grant was created, awarding up to five full-tuition grants for Mount St. Joseph Academy seniors who directly matriculate to CSJ; • Pro-C.E.E.D. at CSJ was developed to provide cost-friendly professional development opportunities for the Rutland workforce; • Women’s basketball made history as the first female team to win a national championship in basketball in Vermont. The baseball team followed their lead in May, bringing home the College’s second National Championship in one year.

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.

A look ahead at 2016-17 We look forward to continuing the College’s success in the upcoming year.

• The College launched several new programs this fall, including a medical

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coding and billing concentration for Health Science majors and online professional development opportunities in Radiologic Sciences and Urban Education; We are strengthening a partnership with AppsEvents that would allow participants in a Google for Education Summit Academy Bootcamp to earn graduate credits at CSJ. The College will continue conducting a search for its next president.

It’s an honor to have the opportunity to lead this college through its next year of achievement. As always, we thank you for your support of CSJ. Sincerely,

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Letter from the President

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57th Commencement

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Farewell to President Lloyd

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Re-imagining Giorgetti Library

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Student of the Month

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Guided Pathways

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Carriage House Renovation

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Provider Program 12,000 hours

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New Student Day

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Athletics

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Alumni Profile

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Alumni Updates

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NEWS

Emily Johnson and Chontayvia Kennedy at commencement.

College of St. Joseph celebrates 57th commencement Sixty-two students passed across the stage at College of St. Joseph’s 57th commencement ceremony on Sunday, May 15. Rutland City Chief of Police Brian Kilcullen gave the commencement address, speaking of the importance of dreams, of giving back to the community and the value of hard work. Kilcullen spoke of his grandfather, who as a young man immigrated to the United States from Ireland, of growing up in Schenectady, N.Y. and of his ambition to be a spy during the Cold War era. The story of his grandparents is one that some of the graduates may relate to. “I suspect some of you have had to

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make sacrifices to come to College of St. Joseph and were motivated by some of the things I’ve already mentioned. In some cases, you’ve come alone to a place far from home, a place you had never been, leaving your families and perhaps leaving neighborhoods you had never left before,” Kilcullen said. “All this to fulfill your dreams and to be able to provide yourself and your families with the opportunity to experience things you’ve not been able to experience.”

Catino’s speech from that evening in 2000 that has stuck with him. Those were the words he shared with the graduating class, words that had inspired him to seek promotional opportunities and to consider leading the Rutland Police Department last fall.

He spoke of a night that changed his outlook on life. Six years into his police career, he was working security detail for the Schenectady School District Athletic Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony of former local basketball players Ed Catino and Pat Riley. Kilcullen grew up admiring Riley’s work, but it was

“Those are the words I try to live by. Those words are what will allow you to fulfill your dreams. They have allowed me to fulfill mine,” he said. “You will experience failure along the way, but those words will remind you that there is hope, and that you will achieve whatever you hope to.”

“Work hard. Do the right thing. Everything else will fall into place,” said Kilcullen, remembering Catino’s speech. He encouraged graduates to do the same.


NEWS Dr. Richard Lloyd steps down as president of College of St. Joseph After nearly four years of outstanding service and accomplishments, Dr. Richard Lloyd stepped down as president of College of St. Joseph in May. Dr. Lloyd, who joined College of St. Joseph in July 2012 as its fifth president, is now serving as president of Bryan College of Health Sciences in Lincoln, Neb. Dr. Lloyd and his wife, Monica, who have been married for 30 years, grew up in Nebraska and have extended family there. Former Board of Trustees Chair Lawrence Jensen has taken the reins as interim president following Dr. Lloyd's departure. Jim Reddy, retired president of Omya North America, has taken over as chair of the Board of Trustees. “College of St. Joseph is extremely fortunate to have benefited over the past four years from Rich’s tireless dedication to our students’ needs, his enthusiastic leadership of our faculty and staff, the integration of breakthrough innovative programs and his active engagement in the Rutland community,” Jensen said. “What is special about CSJ is that we see ourselves as a close-knit family. Now, as a family, we join together to thank Rich for his service and to wish him and Monica the best as they begin this new chapter in their lives.” Under Dr. Lloyd’s leadership, College of St. Joseph achieved significant goals, including:

• Launching CSJ’s Provider

Scholarship Program, which affords CSJ students the opportunity to reduce their tuition costs by providing opportunities for community engagement –

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to date over 12,000 hours of service have been provided; Working with the CSJ board chair to receive the largest donation in CSJ’s history, of the former OMYA headquarters building in Proctor;

• Securing a prestigious Title III

grant of $2.2 million from the U.S. Department of Education, the largest grant in the College’s history;

• Building strategic alliances with high schools and nonprofit organizations in Vermont, New York and Masschusetts to attract, retain and nurture the success of economically disadvantaged students.

Dr. Lloyd joined CSJ in July 2012 from Hastings College in Nebraska, where he had recently served as vice president for academic affairs and vice president for college initiatives.

He earned his bachelor of arts from Hastings College, went on to earn a master of arts in English at Emporia State University and completed his Ph.D. in English at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Dr. Lloyd and his wife have two grown children, Meggan and Zach. “It has truly been an honor to serve CSJ these past four years and carry out the mission of the Sisters of St. Joseph,” Dr. Lloyd said. "Monica and I are grateful for all the support we have received from the College and from friends of the College in the local community, Vermont and beyond. It has been such a pleasure to work alongside so many talented professionals, and CSJ has a very bright future ahead given its Board and campus leadership.” The College is currently conducting a search for its next president.

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NEWS Reimagining Giorgetti Library for the 21st Century Giorgetti Library is the hub of College of St. Joseph’s academic community. It’s where students spend hours studying and exploring the numerous electronic databases for research materials, and where faculty and staff meet to share ideas and develop new programs. Throughout the years, the Library has grown in response to the needs of the times, including updating its print collection and developing its digital resources. Now, it’s going to have a new look as well. The Library will be an all-inclusive stop through a Learning Commons model. Learning Commons are areas that share space for information technology, classes, tutoring, meeting, reading and studying. The first floor will include the Library’s print collection, as well as comfortable seating, group work stations and a small café where students can get coffee and snacks. The second floor will house two learning specialists, as well as additional workspaces. One thing that has been a constant at Giorgetti Library is the welcoming

face at the information center. Doreen McCullough has been the librarian for 30 years and is looking forward to the changes, which she says will allow the Library to better meet the needs of students. “It allows students to come together in one spot where they can collaborate and be close enough to the resources and research, all in one easy location,” she said. “The main thing is to get students into the Library, where we can help them answer questions and find research, to search databases and ebooks.” The objective of a Learning Commons, McCullough said, is to foster an environment conducive to teamwork and knowledge co-construction. “Libraries are transitioning from being just an archive to becoming a Learning Commons. The physical book still has an important role in supporting the informational needs of learners, but new technology has provided additional avenues of learning and content acquisition,” she said. “No longer do students need to go

to the library to obtain research information. Rather, they desire a place that involves participatory learning and cultivates co-construction of knowledge from a variety of sources.” McCullough plans to host workshops with topics ranging from how to cite sources to searching for journal articles online.This is the second major library renovation that McCullough has seen during her time at CSJ. The first was the move from a small space in a corner of St. Joseph Hall to the current location, which used to house the College’s gymnasium. “The space was smaller, and the technology wasn’t there. We had a wooden card catalog,” she said, reminiscing of the former space. “When this library was designed in 2006, it met our informational needs adequately. But things have changed since then, just in the last 10 years.” The Learning Commons and other initiatives developed by the CSJ Learning Collaborative are supported by CSJ's Title III Part A: Strengthening Institutions federal funding investment.

Travel to Italy with CSJ in 2017 College of St. Joseph alumni and friends of the College are invited to explore Venice's endless canals, stroll over the bridge of Sighs and view other aweinspiring sights on a grand tour of Italy in May. The trip will be a component of an interdisciplinary course on the "Age of Renaissance," which will be taught by Dr. Jonas Prida and Dr. David Balfour in spring 2017. Students, alumni, staff and community

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members may take the trip without registering for the course.

free time for exploring Sorrento, Rome and Florence.

The scheduled departure date for the ten-day Grand Tour of Italy is May 16, 2017. The scheduled return date is May 25.

The cost of the Grand Tour of Italy includes airfare and on-the-ground transportation, hotels, breakfast and select dinners, a full-time tour director, daily activities, tours and entrance fees to attractions. Monthly payment plans are available.

Sites to be visited include St. Mark's Square and the Grand Canal in Venice, Piazza della Signoria and the Gates of Paradise in Florence; the Sistine Chapel, the Colosseum and the Trevi Fountain in Rome; and a guided tour of Pompeii and

To find more information or to register, visit www.efcollegestudytours.com and entering tour number 1839476CZ.


NEWS Vargas, Niles and Crowley named Students of the Month In an effort to recognize students that embody our mission and core values, College of St. Joseph began naming a Student of the Month in February. Those honored are academically successful, are engaged in campus life and go above and beyond in their contributions to both CSJ and the greater community.

make the college unique. "Professors at CSJ are always willing to work with students," he said.

I understood the material and made an effort to let me know when I was succeeding in the classroom,” she said.

Jenna Crowley Erin Niles

Felipe Vargas

Felipe Vargas was named February's Student of the Month. The sophomore accounting major chose to study at CSJ because he felt the small, family-like community was a good place to begin his studies after he left his home in the Dominican Republic. For Vargas, the same things that have helped him to be successful at CSJ are the same things that

Erin Niles was named Student of the Month for March. Niles, a junior from West Chazy, N.Y., has found success in various clubs and activities, serving as president of the Blue and White Honor Society and vice president of the Human Services Club. Like Vargas, Niles was attracted to CSJ's small, close-knit environment. “I really liked the atmosphere of having small class sizes and professors that took such an interest in making sure

Jenna Crowley, a psychology major from Bennington, Vt. was awarded Student of the Month for April. Crowley plays softball at CSJ and is a Provider Scholar. The Provider Program is one of the greatest reasons Crowley chose to pursue her undergraduate degree at CSJ. “I chose CSJ mainly because of the Provider Program," she said. “Without this scholarship, I was not sure if I would have been able to afford to go to college. This scholarship gave me the opportunity.”

Medical coding and billing concentration for health science majors College of St. Joseph now offers an Associate of Science in Health Science with a concentration in Medical Coding and Billing.

will educate students in basic health science principles, as well as more focused areas of medical terminology and medical coding and billing practices.

Medical coding is the transformation of healthcare diagnosis, procedures and medical services into universal medical alphanumeric codes. Medical coding and billing professionals are tasked with coding a patient’s diagnosis, as well as requesting payments from the patient’s insurance company.

“Our students benefit because jobs in billing and coding pay well and are available throughout the country, which is important given our diverse student population. Additionally, the concentration can be completed in two years, making it an attractive path to a sustainable career,” Prida said.

“College of St. Joseph added the concentration in Medical Coding and Billing as a way to respond to needs in the health care community, as well as providing good-paying careers for our students,” said Dr. Jonas Prida, interim

vice president for academic affairs and dean of faculty. “Consistent changes in the field of electronic medical records mean that employers are looking for people with the most up-to-date skills, and our program provides them.” This 60-credit, undergraduate program can be completed in just two years and

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NEWS CSJ gives students a road map to success with Guided Pathways Beginning this fall, each new undergraduate student at College of St. Joseph has a well-defined academic road map leading to four-year graduation success. The Guided Pathways Initiative was developed through the CSJ Learning Collaborative, with input from faculty, division chairs, and the registrar’s office. Pathways were created this past summer for all academic majors, each detailing both required and elective courses semester by semester to promote on-time graduation. “Higher education research indicates that the longer students continue without a defined degree path and plan, the less likely they are to graduate within a four year period,” said Coordinator for Pathway Integration Leigh Cherry. Guided Pathways provide students with a model to avoid wasted credits, while allowing flexibility for courses in topics of interest outside their chosen major.

“We know that most first generation freshman are not independent learners yet. Guided Pathways essentially show them how to get out of a forest, so to speak,” said Dr. Jonas Prida, interim vice president for academic affairs and dean of faculty. “A catalog is just numbers and words, whereas the visual of Guided Pathways shows them that you should take this course, this semester. It restricts to allow just enough choice, so that all classes selected are meaningful.” An additional benefit of the CSJ academic pathways model is that twoyear associate degree milestones are included in each degree path. “Something we regularly see in first year, first generation students is that it’s hard to see four years ahead of them. That seems like a really long time from their end. Having an A.A. or A.S. component built into every degree program means that students can look at this roadmap and if they’re having difficulty or a major life change, know that if they take just one more semester, they can graduate

with an associate’s degree,” Prida said. “This ends the problem of having 65 credits, but no degree. If you’re from inner city Boston, having an AA or AS completely changes the dynamic when you return.” All Guided Pathways were designed so that general education and required courses for each major are taken early on, making changing majors easier for students. “Fall semester of freshmen year is fairly standard across academic divisions, which was intentional,” Cherry said. “If you are undecided or you decide to change majors, the credits you take won’t be lost. The courses students choose will all be meaningful toward graduation requirements.” Guided Pathways and other initiatives developed by the CSJ Learning Collaborative are supported by CSJ’s Title III Part A: Strengthening Institutions federal funding investment.

Thank you to our generous 2016 Provider Scholarship Gala donors

College of St. Joseph celebrated its rich history and the legacy of the Sisters of St. Joseph, who founded CSJ in 1956, by honoring four women who are providers in the Rutland community.

and a mentor reader for Everybody Wins! VT. Sr. Shirley has dedicated her life to the development and growth of Catholic education throughout Vermont. Gordon took over the reins of United Way of Rutland County in 2015 and has built an unwavering commitment to the Rutland community. Peffer took the challenge of transforming the dream of a children's museum in the heart of downtown Rutland into a reality and now serves as executive director of Wonderfeet Kids' Museum.

In addition to her role as vice president of Human Resources at Heritage Family Credit Union, Begin is a CSJ trustee

College of St. Joseph is especially grateful for the generous support of our “Sapphire” Provider Scholarship Gala

Nearly 200 people came to the picturesque Mountain Top Inn to show their support for the Provider Scholarship Program, and to salute Provider of the Year Honorees Barbara Begin, Sr. Shirley Davis, Nanci Gordon and Myra Peffer at this year's Gala, held May 6 in Chittenden, Vt.

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2016 Provider of the Year Honorees

sponsors Rutland Regional Medical Center and Ryan Smith & Carbine, Ltd. and Trustee Tom Dowling, as well as our “Blue Chip” Provider Scholarship Gala sponsor Robert Carl Williams Associates P.C.


NEWS CSJ transforms Carriage House for Radiologic Sciences Program The College of St. Joseph Radiologic Sciences Program has a new home. The program's classes are now held in the Carriage House. The large building, located on the west side of the Rutland campus, has been empty for several years after serving as an alternative studyspace and student center at various times throughout the College’s rich history. With the renovations, the Carriage House is the latest GMP eBusiness, a super-efficient facility with heat pumps for cooling amd heating. “From the crawl space underneath to the energy-efficient LED lighting, the building has moved from the 19th Century to the 21st in four short months,” CSJ Interim President Larry Jensen said. The project was completed just before the fall semester began. It started with a call from CSJ Director of Maintenance Tom Beland to the GMP Energy Innovation Center, which coordinated the project. GMP’s eBusiness program creates holistic energy makeovers that help business customers save money, increase the comfort of their facilities and use less energy. eBusiness and eHome projects can include weatherization, heat pumps for heating and cooling, heat pump water heaters, solar, electric vehicles and technology to track and control usage. GMP coordinated planning and work with CSJ, Efficiency Vermont, and Structural Energy of Middlebury. Efficiency Vermont provided rebates for weatherization and lighting, Structural Energy conducted an energy audit and provided air sealing, insulation and related weatherization work and GMP

The Carriage House

provided a two-condenser, eight-head heat pump system to heat and cool the renovated space. The system can be remotely operated via a GMP app on Beland’s cell phone or computer.

With the updates, one new classroom has an x-ray machine, while the other is equipped with an ultrasound unit, making hands-on practice easier for the students participating in the program.

“It’s exciting to see it come back to life, with a mix of historic character and new-age heating, cooling and lighting,” Beland said. “I’m thrilled to return it to productive use, and to do it in a way that minimizes the environmental impact.”

“Before, we had to go to a clinical site off campus, which is an actual working site,” said Roger Weeden, radiologic sciences program director. “By having a lab on campus, it allows us to provide more individualized attention where students can make an appointment and come in beyond the scheduled classroom time to hone their clinical skills.”

The renovations also include developing the first floor interior to include two classrooms featuring state-of-the-art, non-ionizing diagnostic equipment, office space for three professors, a conference room, as well as storage space. The College was previously using an offsite lab, but it would not have been large enough for the anticipated growth in the Radiologic Sciences program enrollment.

Weeden also believes that the laboratory element will be a benefit in each classroom. “By doing it in the classroom itself, we can do a lecture and demonstrate live what we’re talking about,” he said. “It will make it very seamless.”

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NEWS Provider Program scholars complete 12,000 hours of service College of St. Joseph is proud to announce that Provider Scholars have contributed 12,628 service hours in the community since the program’s inception in fall 2013. The Provider Scholarship, worth $65,500 over four years for full-time residential undergraduates, incorporates a commitment to academic curiosity, personal and professional growth and community service. The program fosters personal leadership skills, civic responsibility and community engagement, while providing generous financial support. Fifteen service hours are required of each of the 175 students in the program; however, many Provider Scholars contribute more than the required service. “In two and a half years, Provider Program Scholars have made a significant, measurable impact upon the Rutland community. 12,000 hours is a remarkable achievement for the Provider Program, and our students are to be commended for their dedication to helping transform and better the Rutland community,” said Meggan Lloyd, community engagement

Mauricio Rondon volunteers at Vermont Foodbank.

coordinator at CSJ. “From helping with food distribution efforts at the Vermont Food Bank, cooking monthly meals at Dismas House, hosting BINGO games at Bardwell House, undertaking an entire renovation of a transitional apartment at the Rutland Women’s Network and Shelter, creation of a DREAM chapter on CSJ’s campus, to our efforts in educating elementary school children about sustainability, the breadth and depth of the service is tremendous.”

Provider Scholars are recognized at Bardwell House.

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Students in the Provider Scholarship Program have worked with many area organizations, including Boys and Girls Club of Rutland County, Rutland Area Farm and Food Link, Christ the King School, Community Cupboard, Southwestern Council on Aging, Everybody Wins! Reading Program, Mill River Union High School and Vermont Marble Museum.

Our students are to be commended for their dedication to helping transform and better the Rutland Community. - Meggan Lloyd

“The Provider Program is indebted to the numerous agencies who allow the students to collectively work to address social and systemic needs. The Provider Program celebrates this accomplishment of 12,000 hours, and looks forward to the continuation of our work in the years to come,” Lloyd said.


NEW STUDENT DAY

New students during move-in day Aug. 18.

Welcome, Class of 2020! The newest members of the CSJ community arrived on campus Aug. 18 when freshmen and transfer students moved into the College’s residence halls and began to learn what it means to be a part of the CSJ family. Residence Life staff helped unpack cars filled with plastic tubs, beanbags, boxed microwaves and mini-fridges, welcoming the 85 incoming students to their new home – up from last year’s 77 new students. This is the third consecutive year that housing has been filled or nearly filled, something that Director of Admissions Ken LaBate is especially excited about. “We have a very diverse class coming in, with students from across the country calling CSJ home,” he said. “We have students coming from as far away as Hawaii, Texas, Florida and Pennsylvania, as well as one international student.”

LaBate is also excited about the number of Vermont students who chose to attend College of St. Joseph this fall. 49 percent of the incoming class hails from the Green Mountain State, he said. “This is something we’re very proud of. We’ve got a few Red Raiders,” he said, referring to the group of students coming from Rutland High School. Most high school students choose to leave Vermont to continue their education, said LaBate, but he noted that Vermonters are “becoming wise to the numbers game,” referencing the College’s affordability through the Provider Scholarship Program model. New Student Orientation continued the following day, opening with a spiritual reflection led by adjunct Professor Bruce Bishop. “We are a family – unique and diverse –

but we are family,” he said. Interim President Lawrence Jensen officially welcomed the new class, sharing that when he was an undergraduate, the college's president told his class to look to the left and the right, because only one of them would earn their degree. “There are 85 of you sitting in this theater right now. It’s my greatest hope that we deliver the same number of diplomas in four years,” he said. While CSJ provides students with the tools needed to succeed, it’s ultimately up to students to be the drivers of their education, he said. “The most important thing I want you to take away from here is that you came and did something you wanted to do, which is get a degree,” he said. “You will be proud of yourself for the rest of your life.”

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FALL ATHLETICS

Men’s Basketball

Women’s Basketball

The men’s basketball team finished the 2015-16 season 20-11, making their second consecutive appearance in the USCAA National Championship Tournament. The Saints season was cut short after being defeated in the quarterfinals by the No. 1 seeded Berkeley – NY.

The Lady Saints took home the College's first national championship after defeating Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences 73-46 in the final round of the USCAA National Tournament in March.

The Saints squad welcomed two new stand-out players to the team last fall, with Antonio Gordon (Memphis, Tenn.) and the 6-foot-8 Kareem Brown (Schnectady, N.Y.) becoming key players in the Saints quest for the national title.

Randy Arrington, '17

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The team finished the 2015-16 season 31-1 overall, going undefeated in regular season conference play and winning the YSCC Championship for the second straight year. The Lady Saints made history as the first women's basketball team to win a national championship in Vermont.

Regina Steele, '17


SPRING ATHLETICS

Baseball

Softball

Fighting Saints Baseball gave CSJ its second national championship winning team in May. The team finished the season with a 52-11 overall record, riding an 18-game winning streak that included going undefeated in the USCAA National Championship Tournament, which was co-hosted by College of St. Joseph in nearby Glens Falls, N.Y.

CSJ Softball enjoyed a winning season, going 24-17 overall.

Nick Rodriguez (New Britain, Conn.) was named Tournament MVP. Alan Madsen (Scottsdale, Ariz.), Tyler Kunzmann (Bennington, Vt.), Bill Brancatella (Buffalo, N.Y.), and Connor Martin (Santa Cruz, Calif.) were named to the All-Tournament Team.

The Saints were led by the powerhouse play of pitcher Maggie Miller (Castleton, N.Y.), Jacqueline Rossi (Albany, N.Y.) and Allison Hinton (Barre, Vt.).

Nick Rodriguez, '18

The team earned their first YSCC Championship win after defeating conference rival NHTI 2-0 during the small college championship tournament in May. The Lady Saints earned a bid to the USCAA National Tournament, but were defeated 9-1 by the No. 1 seeded Saint Mary-of-the-Woods.

Jenna Crowley, '18

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ALUMNI PROFILE

Miriah Wall

"Going to CSJ for grad school was sort of coming home" Miriah Wall graduated from College of St. Joseph in 2015 with a Master's Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. Since then, she has helped open an integrative wellness center in White River Junction.

Q: Why did you choose CSJ to pursue your graduate degree? A: For me, going to CSJ for grad school was sort of coming home. My mother received her Masters in Education from CSJ and it was actually at her suggestion that I checked it out. I was drawn to the small class sizes and the opportunity to connect with professors both in and out of class. With plenty of debt already from my undergraduate degree, the value was certainly appreciated as well.

Q: How has attending CSJ helped you in your career pursuits?

A: I could not be where I am in my

career without the degree I earned from CSJ. CSJ gave me a solid knowledge foundation, as well as allowed me the opportunity to explore areas of personal interest. While integrative wellness, yoga and mindfulness were not

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significant parts of the curriculum, all of my professors were supportive and encouraging of my alternative approach to mental health.

Q: What parts of your CSJ education do you feel were most important?

A: I appreciated my time during

undergrad at Boston Univeristy immensely; however, it was an easy place to get lost. At CSJ, not only did I know my professors, but they knew me. The small classes allowed me, a rather quiet student during my undergraduate years, to find my voice. Through finding comfort in speaking in front of my peers I gained a sense of confidence that I might not have found had I not been at CSJ. Additionally, the opportunity to create my own independent study around yoga and therapy was huge in helping me to shape my theoretical orientation to counseling.

Q: What professor most shaped your experience at CSJ?

A: Dr. Reed, Professor Gilmore, Dr.

Kesler and Dr. Walsh. Despite the fact

that they work with so many students on a regular basis, they make each student feel like his or her opinions and thoughts are interesting and signficant. Their knowledge, kindness and commitment to education makes them the best.

Q: What is your favorite memory from your time spent at CSJ? A: Having the opportunity to do my internship for both years in CSJ counseling services was invaluable to my current career path. I found working with teens and young adults to be immensely interesting and rewarding for me and continue to work primarily with that population today.

Q: What advice would you give future alumni?

A: Find a mentor. So much is learned

in the classroom, but having at least one close relationship with a professor on campus can be key. Not only is it helpful to have that support while in school, but having that close relationship can also be invaluable after grad school in terms of networking and recommendations.


ALUMNI UPDATES Linda Walsh-Krebser, ‘04, recently

Laurie Bates, ‘79, retired in July

Brooke (Haley) Kimball, ‘00 and '04, continues to live in Proctor with

Rebecca (Bailey) Jones, ‘03, is currently working as a special education teacher in North Carolina. She is married and has two children.

moved to Florida and is looking to find a position in the Human Services field. She missses her home state of Vermont, but is sure that big things are in store for her in Florida!

her husband of nearly 13 years and their three children, ages 12,10 and 8. She is entering her second year teaching a life skills program at Otter Valley Union High School. She recently completed her first half-marathon, traveling to Florida to run in the St. Pete's Classic in support of the Cure JM Foundation. Her newest adventure is serving as an independent educational consultant for Usborne Books & More.

Nicole (Flores) Palmer, ‘09, married William Palmer on May 16, 2016.

Joseph Sheedy, ‘74, retired from

his career as a school psychologist. He is now a full-time photographer. His work can be found at www.josephsheedy.com.

Scott Metras, ‘03, recently celebrated his four-year wedding anniversary with his wife, Gina. He also performed the lead role of Joseph in AJ Productions' "Joseph's Dream" at the Hanover Theatre in Worcester, Mass.

Miriah Wall, ‘15, helped open Open Door, an integrative wellness center in White River Junction, Vt. after graduating with her Master's in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. She is the assistant creative director at Open Door and sees clients in her private practice. She continues to teach both private and group yoga classes and has completed her first year as a counselor at Kimball Union Academy in Meriden, N.H. She lives in White River Junction with her boyfriend and could not be happier with how her life has unfolded!

of 2013 from WSWHE BOCES in Hudson Falls, N.Y. after teaching special education for 34 years.

Colette (LeClair) Sergey, ‘93, is

celebrating having both kids out of high school as of June.

Theresa (Stannard) Bruckerhoff, ‘83, is continuing in her role as vice president and principal evaluator at Curriculum Research and Evaluation in Chaplin, Conn.

Ashleigh (Mahoney) Heath, ‘15, was hired full-time at Serenity

House in Wallingford, Vt., a residential substance abuse treatment program, where she completed an internship following graduation. Since then, she has completed the requirements for licensure in Alcohol and Substance Abuse Counseling and submitted her application to the certification board. She traveled to Denver in August to attend the National Conference on Addiction Disorders.

Edward Fanning Jr., ‘83, passed away in June 2015 after a brave battle with cancer. He was on the men's basketball team, which was the first team to win the Mayflower Conference. He had recently retired as an activities therapist, helping people who had longterm disabilities or who were terminally ill at Eleanor Slator Hospital in Burrilville, R.I. He left behind his three children, Meagan, Edward III and Kevin, as well as a wife, Judy. Carol (Rathjen) Protivansky, ‘94 and '04, retired from West Rutland

years. She currently teaches art classes at College of St. Joseph, which she has been doing for the last 12 years. She and her husband, Robert, recently became great grandparents to little Layla Jean, daughter of their first granddaughter, Kaitlynn. Her grandson Shane has graduated from MSJ and is attending St. John's University beginning this fall. She celebrated her son Doug's wedding in Nashville in August.

Barbara (Steiner) Coleman, ‘73, has three beautiful granddaughters, Addison, Samanatha and Eloise in Vermont. Eloise was born on Barbara's birthday!

Dorothy (Kirkpatrick) De Pollo, ‘76, is enjoying retirement with her

husband, Tom. Their main focus is to complete volunteer work that helps their community. Tom is a volunteer fireman and they both volunteer at HIS pantry at their church. They also deliver and pick up books for their local library's Book Express program.

Susan (Waterman) Beraldi, ‘96, passed away on July 4, 2016.

Hattie (Aldrich) Hustler, ‘93, has been enjoying retirement, especially bus trips through the senior center. Sr. Marguerite Blackburn, passed away on July 23, 2016. She was a beloved member of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Springfield, Mass. Catherine Woods, was named

director of student services at N.H. School Administrative Unit 93 in Swanzey in June. Please share your personal milestones with us at www. csj.edu/alumni.

School where she taught art for over 18

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NEW FACES

Jeffrey Brown Jeffrey Brown joined CSJ as athletic director in June. He will be responsible for scheduling, the supervision of coaches and more across the College's eight athletic teams.

Shannon Devereaux Shannon Devereaux is the new technology integration specialist under the Title III grant. In her new role, she is responsible for advancing the College's use of technology in the classroom.

Samuel Fitzgerald Samuel Fitzgerald has joined CSJ as the new head women's softball coach. He brings with him over 40 years of coaching experience. His goal for his new team is to improve on last year's record and win the conference championship.

Alphonso Howlett Alphonso Howlett has joined CSJ as men's basketball head coach. He served as assistant coach during the 2015-16 season. Howlett held the position of assistant coach for Green

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Mountain College from 2008-2009.

Lawrence Jensen Lawrence Jensen became CSJ's interim president in May. Jensen is a retired healthcare executive and well-known leader in the Rutland region. He is currently chair of the James Bowse Health Trust and recently served as chairman of the Rutland City Police Commission. During his career, he served at RRMC as vice president for corporate development and Rutland Health Foundation major gifts officer.

Jonathan Lamiotte CSJ has welcomed Jonathan Lamiotte as admissions counselor and head women's basketball coach. He comes to CSJ from Green Mountain College, where he also served as admissions counselor and head women's basketball coach. He holds a

Bachelor's degree in Psychology from Eastern Connecticut State University.

Kelly Moriarty Kelly Moriarty joined CSJ as director of counseling services in April. She is a licensed mental health counselor and CSJ alumna. She has most recently served as a vocation rehabilitation counselor with the State of Vermont.

Teri Perry CSJ welcomes Teri Perry as head women's soccer coach. A CSJ alumna, Perry brings extensive coaching experience at both the college and high school level. She most recently served as assistant coach for Green Mountain College's women's soccer team.

John White John White joined CSJ this fall as the head men's soccer coach. He brings a wealth of experience to the program, having served at nearby Otter Valley Union High School as the head coach for the boy's and girl's team for a cumulative six seasons.


HONOR ROLL OF DONORS Thanks to the generous support of our friends and alumni, College of St. Joseph raised $226,693 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.

2015-16 Lumen Via Veritas Fellow ($2,000 and above)

Corporations Agnes M. Lindsay Trust Blanche M. Walsh Charity Trust Bowse Health Trust Hilda & Preston Davis Foundation Jonathan A. French Charitable Trust Kinney Pike Insurance, Inc. Metz Enterprises Rutland County Solid Waste District VELCO Individuals Mrs. Maria Baldasaro '72 Mr. & Mrs. Robert Carrara Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Dowling '94 Mr. & Mrs. John Facey III Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Giancola Dr. & Mrs. Richard Lloyd Mr. John O'Keefe Mr. & Mrs. James Reddy Ms. Sarah Schiermeyer '09 Heritage Society ($1,000 – $1,999)

Corporations Alderman's Toyota O'Brien Shortle Reynolds & Sabotka, PC Robert Carl Williams Assoc. Ryan, Smith & Carbine, Ltd. Individuals Mrs. Sandra Abatiell Mr. & Mrs. Chet Begin Ms. Patricia Cuddy^ Mr. Lawrence Jensen Mr. Richard Loutzenheiser & Dr. Lorraine Edwards Dr. Robert O'Brien Mr. & Mrs. James Stewart Mr. & Mrs. Marty Wasserman Dr. & Mrs. James Wolcott Saints Circle ($500 – $999)

Corporations

BAF, Inc. Carpet King of Vermont Facey, Goss & McPhee P.C. Green Mountain Power Keyser Energy Knights of Columbus #232 Rutland County Farmers' Market Rutland Pharmacy Sisters of St. Joseph Individuals Dr. David Carpenter '04 Dr. & Mrs. Michael Dick Mr. & Mrs. Michael Johnson '05 & '86 ^ Mrs. Shirley Jurczyk '70 Ms. Eleanor Koerner '92 Mr. & Mrs. Norman Lash Ms. Rosemary McGrath Rev. Francis Prive Ms. Martha Rickey '73 Dr. Robert Walsh Mr. & Mrs. Robert Weinmann Mr. & Mrs. John Zawistoski Founders Club ($250 – $499)

Corporations Gawet Marble & Granite Inc. Scan Business Systems, Inc. Stevens, Wilcox, Potvin, Cassidy & Jakubowski Individuals Ms. Margaret Amanti '72 Mr. & Mrs. Robert Beauchamp Mrs. Nancy Crandall '63 Mr. & Mrs. John Crowley Mr. Robert Forguites Dr. Robert Goddard Ms. Donna Gravelle '12 Dr. & Mrs. Frank Miglorie Blue and White Club ($100 – $249)

Corporations J.E. McLaughlin, Inc. Popular Culture Conference

Individuals Mrs. Cynthia Adams '71 Anonymous Ms. Mary Ashcroft Rev. Michael Augustinowitz Mr. & Mrs. Steven Ballard Ms. Theresa Ballou '05 Ms. Debra Bottomms '80 Ms. Virginia Brennan '78 Ms. Karen Cheney '79 Mrs. Eileen Connor '68 Mrs. Deborah Cook '68 Mr. Joseph Czachor Ms. Martha Dwyer '77 Mr. Everett Fontanella '08 Mrs. Nathalie Forte Ms. Irene Hughes Mrs. Pauline Kearney '68 Mr. Raymond Kulig '01 Mr. Russell Lennon Mrs. Donna Lewis Rev. Joseph Lively Mr. & Mrs. Peter Longchamp Mrs. Stephanie Lorentz Mrs. Dawn McCormack '75 Mr. & Mrs. Thomas O'Brien Mr. & Mrs. Brian Pariseau '88 & '07 Mrs. Marie Pennington '10 Mr. Stephen Spencer '91 Mrs. Janice Tofferi '80 Ms. Grace Valente '79 Mr. & Mrs. Bruce Welsh Ms. Martha Zipf '97 Friends (Up to $100)

Corporations Casella Waste Systems DeBonis, Wright & Carris, P.C. Moores' Corners Inc. Individuals Dr. David Balfour Mr. & Mrs. John Bossi Mr. & Mrs. Francis Coppinger Mrs. Deborah Dewey Mr. & Mrs. Marvin Elliott Ms. Bibianne Ferra

Ms. Danielle Folk Ms. Catherine Gemmiti Dr. & Mrs. Donald Harpster Ms. Ann Hicks Dr. Michael Kesler Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Ling Mrs. Kathleen McMahon Dr. Jonas Prida Ms. Karen Reynolds Dr. David St. Germain Dr. Rebekah Thomas Mr. Joseph Tilden Mr. & Mrs. Peter Valine 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 1963 Mrs. Nancy Crandall ** 1968 Mrs. Eileen Hanratty Connor * Mrs. Deborah Ferra Cook * Mrs. Pauline Gilbert Kearney * 1969 Mrs. Judith Rizzuto Miles 1970 Mrs. Geraldine Carlton Bednarz Mrs. Shirley Stefaniak Jurczyk *** 1971 Mrs. Cynthia Buck Adams * 1972 Ms. Margaret Amanti ** Mrs. Maria Harty Baldasaro ***** 1973

^ = Donors who designate Matching Gifts to CSJ

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Mrs. Anne Oscielowski Ladabouche Ms. Martha Mason Rickey *** Mrs. Anne Welch Wilkinson 1974 Ms. Dawn Rogers 1975 Mrs. Barbara Steiner Coleman Mrs. Dawn Reardon McCormack * 1976 Mrs. Anne Reilly Dilts 1977 Mrs. Martha Marro Dwyer * 1978 Ms. Virginia Malmo Brennan * Ms. Susan Sawyer Densmore Mr. Peter Southworth Mrs. Theresa Carlisle Southworth 1979 Ms. Karen Cheney * Mrs. Margaret Grimard Ms. Grace Valente * 1980 Ms. Debra Tomczyk Bottomms * Mrs. Agnes McCormack Pietryka Mrs. Janice McNulty Tofferi * Mrs. Meredith Dolan Voutas 1982 Mr. Leonard Brown Mrs. Christina Cornish-Lauria Mr. John Dilts

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Mrs. Kristie Hard Johnson ***^ Ms. Teresa Magni 1988 Mr. Brian Pariseau * Mrs. Geraldine Sabol Mr. Gordon Salls Mrs. Theresa Hebert Salls 1991 Mrs. Melissa Gabriele Knipes Mr. Stephen Spencer * 1992 Ms. Eleanor Koerner *** 1993 Ms. Rachella Bolton Ms. Hattie Hustler 1994 Mrs. Maureen O' Brien Dowling ***** Ms. Joan Eaton 1997 Ms. Martha Zipf * 1999 Ms. Sandra Lafayette Lavin 2001 Ms. Mary Lynne Isham Mr. Raymond Kulig * Ms. Mary-Catherine Marro 2004 Mr. David Carpenter ***

1984 Mr. Mark O'Dea

2005 Ms. Theresa Downey Ballou * Mr. Michael Johnson ***^

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Mrs. Karen Paolucci Pariseau * 2008 Mr. Everett Fontanella * 2009 Ms. Sarah Schiermeyer ***** 2010 Mrs. Marie Hibbard Pennington * 2012 Special Event Sponsors

Ms. Donna Reed Gravelle ** Facey, Goss & McPhee P.C. Heritage Family Credit Union Marble Valley Engineering, P.C. Metz Enterprises Mount St. Joseph Academy Omya Industries Inc. Robert Carl Williams Assoc. PC Rutland Regional Medical Center Ryan, Smith & Carbine, Ltd. Mr. & Mrs. Bartley Costello III Mr. & Mrs. Edwin Johnson Special Event Supporters

Mr. & Mrs. James Reddy Belmont Baseball Club Cape Air Crisanver House Hubbardton Forge John V. Cioffi Foundation Mountain Top Inn & Resort Rutland Economic Dev. Corp. Mr. & Mrs. J. Randell Barclay Ms. Erika Berner Mr. Bruce Bouchard Ms. Julie Bransfield Ms. Quincy Bruckerhoff

Mr. & Mrs. Michael J. Caligiuri Mr. & Mrs. Michael Calotta Mr. & Mrs. John Casella Ms. Patricia Cuddy Ms. Deborah Dewey Ms. Keri Franzoni Ms. Judith Frazier Mr. Brett Friedman Mr. & Mrs. Paul Gallo Ms. Joan Gamble Dr. & Mrs. Robert Goddard Ms. Nanci Gordon '83 Mr. & Mrs. Patrick Griffin Ms. Mary Jean Huettner Mr. & Mrs. Sherman Hunter Mr. & Mrs. Edwin Johnson Mr. & Mrs. Michael Johnson '05 & '86 Ms. Jeanne Kaufman Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Kraus Mr. & Mrs. Ken Labate Mr. & Mrs. James Lambert Mr. & Mrs. Norman Lash Mr. Matthew F. Levandowski & Dr. Robin Leight Ms. Donna Lewis Dr. & Mrs. Richard Lloyd Ms. Sandra Lovett-Pike Ms. Elicia Mailhiot Ms. Paula McGhee Mr. & Mrs. Thomas O'Brien Mr. & Mrs. Tony Peffer Mr. & Mrs. Dan Pratt Dr. Jonas Prida Mrs. Margaret Rafter '72 Mr. & Mrs. James Reddy Ms. Martha Rideout '90 Ms. Kimberley Rupe '16 Ms. Margaret Rupe Dr. David St. Germain Mr. Christopher Thayer Mrs. Jeri-Anne Tyl '86 Mr. & Mrs. Marty Wasserman


HONOR ROLL OF DONORS Mr. & Mrs. Robert Weinmann Mr. Walter Weinmann Mr. & Mrs. Frank Wilk Mr. Wayne Wilmans Baseball Supporters

Bartolone Reality, Inc. Belmont Baseball Club Bristol Collegiate Baseball Club, LLC. Club Lido LLC Crosstown Tavern, Inc. D'Ella Honda of Glens Falls Drew's LLC Get it All Food Service Inc. Hancock House Hotel, LLC Initial Ideas Inc. J and J Yates Inc. Ken Nelson Agency Maxies Deli LLC O'Donnell Excavating Corp. Polish National Alliance of Schenectady NY Inc. R.R. Harakas Inc. Ramunto's Pizza of Rutland The Red School House Inc. Robert James Resoration, LLC Shan Petroleum Inc. Smiths' School Uniforms & More, Inc. Spartan Race, Inc. Wheelz Wholesale Inc. Wiley Bros., Inc. S.J. Wilk Property Anonymous Mr. & Mrs. Todd R. Bass Mr. & Mrs. Jeffrey M. Brown Ms. Crystal A. Burch Mr. Eric J. Caholl Ms. Carol Calicchio Mr. & Mrs. Nick Carmolli Mr. David M. Carpenter '04 Ms. Erin C. Copeland Mr. & Mrs. Jeffrey W. Cummings Ms. Nancy A. Cummings Mr. Jorge Davilla Mr. Tyler S. Demers Mr. Donald J. Elsasser Mr. & Mrs. Matthew J. Fitzgerald Ms. Josephine Frick Ms. Sarah Frick Ms. Patricia Girard Mr. Mitchell V. Grant Mr. Julio Henriquez Ms. Camellia I. Horne Ms. Patricia A. Hudson Mr. Rodney T. Kornegay '00

Mr. E.J. Kunzmann Ms. Marylou A. L'Etoile Ms. Mary Leitch Ms. Lori Linendoll Ms. Isabel Luna Mr. & Mrs. Steven J. Malek Ms. Elizabeth L. Martin Ms. Barbara J. Martin-Caya Mr. & Mrs. Richard Miller Ms. Santa Nunez Ms. Amanda Osborne Mrs. Kathryn E. Osborne Mr. & Mrs. Mark W. Osborne Ms. Pamela J. Perry Mr. Alan Plante Ms. Janet L. Powers Mr. Jose L. Rodrigeuez Ms. Nancy Skelskey Mr. Joseph C. Thornton Mr. Robert W. Tiel Mr. & Mrs. Dnaiel Williams Ms. Ivory M. Williams Mr. Jerry A. Yeager Ms. Helen J. Zucco Softball Supporters

Sons of the American Legion Squadron 524 Harris-Smith Post Anonymous Ms. Jane M. Cretella Ms. Maria Harvey Ms. Bernadette A. Johnson Ms. Kim A. Moore Mr. D. Thomas Testo Restricted Gifts

Ms. Elizabeth Glynn Mr. Chris Keyser Mr. & Mrs. Glenn S. Morgan Mr. William A. O'Rourke III Mr. & Mrs. James Reddy Ms. Deborah Serafina Mr. & Mrs. John Zawistoski Gifts in Memory

John H. Bloomer Mr. & Mrs. John Crowley Agnes & Robert Brennan Virginia A. Brennan '78 Mary Edward Mrs. Nancy Crandall '63 Greg Fallon Casella Waste Systems Barbara Hanna Forguites '87 Mr. Robert Forguites Cecile M.R. Guinard Isham Ms. Mary Lynne Isham '01 Sr. Mary Justin Lavin '62 Ms. Sandra Lavin '99 William O. and Mary L. Mason Mrs. Martha Mason Rickey '73 Mrs. Mary O'Keefe and Mr. Chester Brown Mr. John F. O'Keefe

William Martino Memorial Fund Kathenes Family Fundraiser

Mr. & Mrs. William Rogers, Sr. Ms. Dawn Rogers '74

Michael T. O’Malley Criminal Justice Scholarship Fund Michael O’Malley Golf Tournament Rutland City Public Schools Ms. Patricia Cuddy

Terrie Whalen Mr. Joseph E. Whalen

Charles F. Ryan Memorial Scholarship Fund Ryan, Smith & Carbine, Ltd. Small Wonder Capital Campaign Ryan, Smith & Carbine, Ltd. Mr. & Mrs. Michael Calotta Sr. Shirley Davis SSJ '62 Mr. & Mrs. Thomas M. Dowling

Gifts in Honor of

Ms. Irene Hughes Mr. & Mrs. Peter Valine Mr. & Mrs. Gerald Spencer Mr. Stephen Spencer '91 Gifts In Kind

Mr. Daniel Alcorn Mr. & Mrs. Robert Coyle

Mrs. Marie Fallon Mr. David Keenan Mr. & Mrs. Robert Lloyd Mr. E. Guy Paradee Mr. Phil Stephan Ms. Lindsay Westley Rev. Dr. Douglas & Karen Williamson Gifts of Service

Marble Valley Engineering, P.C. Robert Carl Williams Assoc., P.C. 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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