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MASSACHUSETTS COLLEGE of PHARMACY and HEALTH SCIENCES

2011 | Number 2

100th Anniversary Year A PUBLICATION FOR ALUMNI AND FRIENDS

Patricia A. Groom MPAS ’03, PA-C Follows Her Heart alumni & ce calendar

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letter from the president

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Profiles

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On the Road

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class notes

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farewell

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calendars Alumni and continuing education Calendar

Interested in

2011

2012

April 21

continuing

December 3–4

education home

January 27

Pharmaceutical Care Days Hilton Boston/Dedham Hotel Dedham, Massachusetts

Alumni Reception Yankee Dental Congress Westin Boston Waterfront Hotel Boston, Massachusetts

Annual Alumni Reunion Dinner Boston Marriott Newton Hotel Newton, Massachusetts

study programs? MCPHS is now online! Visit our website to

December 4–8

view available home

Alumni Reception–December 5 American Society of HealthSystem Pharmacists Midyear Clinical Meeting & Exhibition Ernest N. Morial Convention Center New Orleans, Louisiana

study programs for pharmacists, nurses and physician assistants. Current topics include diabetes, dementia, insomnia, pharmacy

December 10

law and more. Be

President’s Leadership Night at the Pops MCPHS-Boston campus Boston, Massachusetts

sure to check back periodically as we continue to grow our online programs! www. mcphs.edu/CE

December 17 MCPHS-Manchester Campus Commencement Radisson Hotel Manchester Downtown Manchester, New Hampshire

March 8 72nd Annual Howard L. Reed Conference Gillette Stadium Foxborough, Massachusetts March 9–12 Alumni Reception–March 11 American Pharmacists Association Annual Meeting Ernest N. Morial Convention Center New Orleans, Louisiana April 4 Scholarship Recognition Dinner MCPHS-Boston campus Boston, Massachusetts

May 11 MCPHS-Boston Campus Commencement Seaport World Trade Center Boston, Massachusetts May 13 MCPHS-Worcester/ Manchester Campuses Commencement DCU Center Worcester, Massachusetts May 21 MCPHS-Manchester Campus Scholarship Golf Tournament Manchester Country Club Bedford, New Hampshire

For more information about MCPHS Alumni Relations Continuing Education activities, contact 617.732.2081 or visit our website at www.mcphs.edu/CE Please note: Calendar subject to periodic updates.

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The Bulletin is a publication that comes to you from the Office of Alumni Relations. Managing Editor: Michael Ratty Editor and senior writer: Lawrence Townley

letter from the president

Art Director/Designer: Cathy Moylan Contributors: Dawn Ballou, Pat Ramsay, Michael Ratty Photographers: Suzanne Camarata, GMB Photography, McCardinal Photo, Laura Piazza, Michael Ratty Send changes of address and editorial correspondence to The Bulletin, MCPHS, 179 Longwood Avenue, Boston, MA 02115 Phone: 617.732.2902 E-mail: bulletin@mcphs.edu Printed in the USA Marguerite (Crimmins) Johnson BSP ’61 Vice President for Development and Chief of Staff 617.274.3377 Dawn M. Ballou Esq. Executive Director of Alumni Relations Office of Development 617.732.2077 Established in 1823, Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences is a private, indepen­dent college offering undergraduate and graduate degrees in health care disciplines.

Dear Fellow Alumni and Friends of the College: The Bulletin is dedicated to our alumni, an increasingly professionally diverse community of graduates. Did you know that only slightly more than 50% of our students and new alumni are either enrolled in, or graduated from, pharmacy-related academic programs? Our cover story about Patricia Groom MPAS ’03, a graduate of our Physician Assistant Studies program who credits much of her professional advancement to MCPHS, serves as a stirring reminder of our evolving health sciences curriculum. We cover ground in this Bulletin, including recent commencement exercises. We celebrated the largest graduation classes in our history, a reflection of our growing health sciences academic programs. You will also learn about the dedication of the Alumni Courtyard at our Manchester, New Hampshire campus. The new courtyard, funded by alumni and friends, is a peaceful oasis on the bustling Manchester campus. Meanwhile, our second fundraising golf tournament of the year, the MCPHS Worcester/Boston tournament, attracted a capacity field of golfers and significant roster of sponsors. As promised, we have opened the new MCPHS Center for Professional Career Development. Initially, the CPCD will just support students on all three campuses. However, in the near future CPCD will expand its focus to support alumni career development. If you have visited our three campuses, you will recognize the name “Brant,” a name synonymous with generosity and support for key student facilities. Joseph and Frances Brant have made an indelible positive impact. With great sadness I report the death of good friend Frances Brant, devoted wife of Joseph Brant BSP ’51. Frances passed away on June 26, in Stuart Florida where she had been a resident for the past several years. I hope that you find this Bulletin informative and interesting. Please visit www.mcphs. edu to find more in depth coverage of our events, profiles about our diverse alumni and news to keep you connected with our College community. Sincerely,

Charles F. Monahan Jr. ’62 President Cover: Patricia A. Groom MPAS ’03, PA-C

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Planes, trains and automobiles On the Road…and On the Move MCPHS travels…Show us your fun! Whether near or far—at your family barbecue or on an exotic shore, send your photos—in college gear….or traveling with The Bulletin!

Show fellow alumni where your Bulletin travels. Send pictures to: bulletin@mcphs.edu

Counterclockwise from top: The Bulletin is popular even in jolly ‘ole England. Herb Capron ’88 and Judy Monte Capron ’88 share their reading with one of the Palace Guards in London; The Patel triplets are proud to wear their “A Graduate of MCPHS Loves Me” onesies. The girls are the daughters of Smita Merchant Patel ’96; Emily and Katie Morgan—daughters of David C. ’78 and Susan Harrington Morgan proudly show off their “Future graduates of MCPHS” tee’s and hats—Send us your pictures showing your school pride!

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what’s new? b o sto n | w orce ste r | m anches t er

MCPHS establishes Center for Professional Career Development

College Introduces Virtual 4 th Campus With MCPHS Online

The new MCPHS Center for Professional Career Development

Earlier this year, the College introduced MCPHS Online, a

(CPCD) provides students with personalized career advising

virtual “Fourth Campus” offering a dozen degrees and

services, industry-specific information and resources, assistance

certificates in the health professions. Leading the effort is Dr.

with development of job search skills and opportunities for

Barbara Macaulay, who in January was hired to fill the newly

hands-on professional experience that support personal goals

created position of Associate Provost for Online Education/

and career success. The CPCD collaborates with academic

CEO of MCPHS Online. The offices of MCPHS Online are

departments, student services, student organizations and

located at 28 Mechanic Street on the MCPHS-Worcester

professional associations to organize workshops, job fairs,

campus.

alumni and community networking as well as employer partnerships designed to meet students’ needs and accommodate their busy schedules. The CPCD is located on the fifth floor of the Richard E. Griffin Academic Center at 670 Huntington Avenue on the MCPHS-Boston campus.

For more information about MCPHS Online offerings, application deadlines, tuition and fees, please visit http://online.mcphs.edu

Professional Career Development CENTER FOR

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Did you know that The Bulletin just turned one hundred years old? That’s a lot of history, a wealth of news and,

College Launches Innovative New Website On September 19, the College launched a groundbreaking new

just as notably, tons of paper. Can we do better?

website. The result of nearly two years of work that included brand

This scaled down version of the traditional

research, planning and development, the site uses a motion

print Bulletin, combined with its unlimited-

picture technology known as Living Images that brings the College’s facilities and people to life. The streamlined design allows for a completely immersive website

in-size online companion, the e-Bulletin, makes great sense in a world when technological amelioration can effectively

experience in which prospective students, parents

address environmental degradation.

and alumni can explore the College’s state-

If you would prefer to read only the

of-the-art laboratories, classrooms and facilities from anywhere in the world. Visit www.mcphs.edu and immerse yourself!

e-Bulletin, link to us online and let us know. Twice a year we will email The Bulletin. You win and, just as importantly, the environment wins for at least another hundred years.

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events R e u n i o n 20 1 1

Reunion Weekend 2011 Go online for the full story, more pictures and the identity of class members in these photos. Counter clockwise from top right: MCP Class of 1956 members catch up; Forsyth Class of 1981 members pose before the plaque naming a dental hygiene clinic operatory in memory of Jane S. McDowell ’80—given by Kathy Costello ’81 and Paul Moravek; President Monahan waves to the crowd; MCP Class of 1981 members review their yearbook; MCP 50th Anniversary Class of 1961 members pose on the steps to White Hall; Next page: MCP Anniversary Class of 1966 members enjoy a laugh; The Reunion Class Gift is presented to the students

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M ak i n g a diffe re n ce

Golfing for Student Financial Support >> Two MCPHS-organized golf tournaments held in May and September, boasting a combined field of nearly 250 golfers and 90 sponsors, recently raised more than $65,000 in funding for student financial assistance.

Above: Fore!!!; Left: Judith P. Ronshagen BSP ’70 (center, back) shares the dedication of the Alumni Courtyard in memory of her husband Gene with friends and family

<< Manchester Alumni Courtyard Dedicated Last September, the Alumni Courtyard on the Manchester campus was dedicated in memory of Eugene Ronshagen, late husband of Trustee Judy Ronshagen BSP ’70. The courtyard features a brick walkway and granite benches bearing inspirational messages from individuals who contributed to the “Laying the Foundation” campaign.

Reunion 2011

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Patricia Groom

Followin g Her He art Patricia A. Groom led a life that many would envy: a loving husband, a house in the suburbs, multiple college degrees and a great job in the financial services industry. So why has she worked for the past eight years as an emergency department physician assistant? The answer to that question is simple. Pat Groom follows her heart. Patricia A. Groom MPAS’03, PA-C changed her career trajectory in a way about which most people only dream.

Born in the Bronx and raised on Long Island, Groom graduated from Molloy College in Rockville Center, N.Y. with a bachelor’s degree in Biology. “In 1968, if you were a woman, you went on to be a teacher, a nurse or a secretary,” she says. She entered the teaching profession and soon received her MS in Library Science even though she still harbored dreams of another career as a physician assistant. However, her plans to enroll in a physician assistant studies program in New York were shelved when her husband Harry accepted a job offer in Boston.

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After moving to Boston, Groom

degree requirements at MCPHS, Groom

office would call our house, my husband

entered Simmons College School of

assumed that she would work in Internal

would say, ‘Look what that school did for

Management, from which she earned

Medicine as a newly minted physician

you. You have to give back.” Groom’s

her Master’s degree in Business

assistant. Her emergency medicine

husband, who passed away in the spring

Administration. She landed positions

clinical rotation changed all that. She

of 2010, was her biggest supporter.

with American Express, BayBank and

remembers, “I loved the full diversity

“Harry was the one who pushed me

Fidelity Investments. Yet, she still felt

of the medicine,” she says. “It was the

along and made me believe I could do

the relentless pull of her twin passions

full range of people that were very sick,

anything.”

for science and teaching leading her

and I ended up seeing the same people

in another direction. With both of her

several times to work on those chronic

daughters in college, Groom worked

conditions.”

as a medical assistant in an internal medicine medical practice. “I loved the encounters with patients,” she recalls, and before long she felt ready to enroll in a physician assistant studies

These and other fond memories spurred Groom to make gifts to the Annual Fund and to establish endowed and

Now in her eighth year as an emergency

restricted scholarship funds. “Everyone

department physician assistant at

has financial demands, but even the

Newton-Wellesley Hospital in Newton,

habit of giving a small gift on a regular

Mass., Pat Groom is unambiguous in

basis means the world,” Groom says. In

“If you can’t contribute financially, you can come back to the College to speak to classes, conduct workshops. There are so many ways to stay involved.” —Patricia Groom

program. The enthusiasm displayed by her daughter’s friends at their own college graduation celebration, she says, “inspired me. I said to myself ‘this is something I should really go for.’” As she worked her way toward fulfilling the Master in Physician Assistant Studies

appraising her profession. “I continue

acknowledgement of her generosity, the

to see the PA profession growing by

155-seat amphitheater in the 10 Lincoln

leaps and bounds,” she says. “With

Square Academic and Student Center

the growing need to take care of a

at the MCPHS-Worcester campus was

rapidly aging population, it’s going to

dedicated on June 27 in her husband’s

mushroom immensely.”

memory, with dozens of family members

At the same time as she sought a full-time position following MCPHS

Although the amphitheater and

graduation, Pat Groom found that a

scholarship gifts will be used by

chance opening for an adjunct faculty

generations of PA students, Patricia

led her right back to MCPHS. “I realized

Groom acknowledges that giving back

I wanted to become more involved with

can assume many forms. “If you can’t

the school,” she says, as she has gone

contribute financially, you can come

on to serve as a preceptor, do visiting

back to the College to speak to classes,

lectures and speak with accepted

conduct workshops. There are so many

students.

ways to stay involved.” And, if there’s

Pat Groom has never been far from the College. “Every time the development

Facing Page: Patricia Groom receives a commemorative program of events from President Charles F. Monahan Jr. BSP ’62; Above, surrounded by her family.

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one thing to say about Patricia Groom, it’s that she stays involved, especially when she follows her heart.


b o s to n a n d w orce ste r C o mmencement s

Boston Campus Holds 143 rd Commencement On May 14, more than 660 students received their degrees at the 143rd Commencement Exercises of the MCPHS-Boston campus held at the Seaport World Trade Center in Boston. Patricia Hannon, president and CEO of New England Baptist Hospital, delivered the Commencement address and received an honorary degree from MCPHS President Charles F. Monahan Jr. Gina Marie Rosati BSDH ’11 delivered the student address. Rosati served as president of the Student American Dental Hygienist’s Association, volunteered on local and state political campaigns and served as goodwill ambassador to the Children’s Miracle Network. This past summer she interned for Charles Group Consulting, a full-service consulting firm, and lobbied at the State House for the Massachusetts Dental Hygienists Association. In the future, she aspires to become a professor for the MCPHS Forsyth School of Dental Hygiene. Joseph DeMasi, assistant professor of Biology, was presented with the Trustees’ Award for Teaching Excellence, and Phillip J. Wizwer BSP ’66, longtime faculty member and retired Associate Professor, Pharmacy Practice, received the College Medal.

From top right: Patricia Hannon accepts an honorary degree from President Charles F. Monahan Jr.; Phillip J. Wizwer beams upon receiving the College Medal; New alumni share smiles with family and friends

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Worcester/Manchester Campuses Hold Commencement for Record Breaking 267 Pharmacy and Nursing Graduates A record 267 students received degrees at the MCPHS-Worcester/Manchester Commencement exercises held on May 15 at Worcester’s DCU Center. Graduates hailed from throughout the U.S. and eight foreign countries. President Charles F. Monahan Jr. presided over the ceremony while Sylvio Dupuis OD, ScD ’10 (Hon.), former commissioner of the New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services, delivered the Commencement address. Student addresses were given by Renee Abdella BSN ’11 and Kendra Decelle PharmD ’11. Abdella received many honors during her MCPHS career including being named the 2011 Peer Mentor of the Year, a 2010 Fairlawn Scholar and a George F. and Sybil H. Fuller Foundation Scholarship Award winner. Decelle, who hails from Manchester, New Hampshire, served as president of the Student Government Association, president of American College of Clinical Pharmacy (Manchester campus chapter) and peer mentor.

Top right: student speakers Renee Abdella (left) and Kendra Decelle with Sylvio Dupuis and President Monahan; Other photos: More happy new alumni

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profiles a l u m ni p rofile s

Judith Pare BSN ’89 What’s the Story? Who doesn’t like good stories, especially when they’re instructive? To Judith Pare BSN ’89, MCPHS assistant professor of nursing, good story telling goes hand in hand with great nursing education. Professor Pare believes that classroom and clinical courses feed the brain; storytelling touches hearts and opens minds. Look for the story behind the story about Judith Pare BSN ’89 online.

Molly Whelan BSDH ’11 Combining Scrubs with the Crown Most new graduates don’t follow their graduations with beauty pageant victories. But, that’s exactly the position in which Molly Whalen, a 2011 MCPHS Forsyth Dental Hygiene graduate, found herself last summer. Molly, recently crowned Miss Massachusetts at the Miss Massachusetts Scholarship Pageant, will compete for the title of Miss America in the January 2012 pageant in Las Vegas. Yet, on her life’s journey to victory, not to mention with regard to her immediate and long-term future personal and professional goals, Miss Massachusetts 2011 has shown drive, determination and resolve to make a difference in the community. Now in her role model position, Molly has the platform and the stage to make things happen. Learn more about Molly Whalen on our website.

Molly Whalen BSDH ’11, shown with Kimyen T. Nguyen BSDH ‘10, participated in oral health screenings at the Back to School Jam held at Mission Hill in Boston this past September.

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class notes 1953

children. Still an avid golfer, Lou hopes

The Springfield, Massachusetts chapter of UNICO National, the largest Italian American Service Organization in the United States, honored Louis G. Principe, BSP ‘51, MS ‘53 last March as the 2010 Man of the Year. Lou retired from Parke-Davis in 1993 after

to shoot his age soon, quipping, “It gets easier when you surpass the age of 80!” His other passions include gardening and wine making.

1960 Lois Silverman Sobel DH ‘60 and

1965 Edward Polen BSP ’65 writes,” I moved to Chicago after graduation and passed the Massachusetts board to pursue a career in Pharmacy. I took a job with Walgreens and worked there for a while. One day I was offered an opportunity to become an industrial

a 38-year career in pharmaceutical

her husband Richard live in West

chemicals salesperson and took it,

sales. He received several national and

Boylston, Mass. and have two children,

leaving the practice of pharmacy. I

regional awards during his career, and

Eliot and Rachel. Lois writes,” Since

worked for a chemical distributor for

in 1990 the Massachusetts Pharmacists

graduating, I have been involved

a few years and decided to start my

Association named him Massachusetts

with hygienist associations both on

own company in 1971. We are now

State Pharmaceutical Representative

a national as well as the component

celebrating our 40th year in business. In

of the Year. Lou also served on the

and state levels. I am presently

2009 we were ranked the 12th largest

MCPHS President’s Advisory Council

serving on the Massachusetts Board

chemical distributor in North America. Pharmacy school education opened the

Joseph Gagne Memorial Award for

being the hygiene face on the board.

doors for me to pursue a career allied to

service to the profession of pharmacy

I enjoy spending time with our four

pharmacy. Thanks MCP!!!!”

in western Massachusetts. Lou and

grandchildren...I am involved with the

his wife Norma (Boudette) are the

women’s group in our condo complex

proud parents of six children, seven

and in a few committees for the condo

grandchildren and three great grand-

association. I work three days a week and try to keep active and involved.”

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and in 1992 received the MCPHS Dean

of Registration in Dentistry and enjoy

a l u m ni profile

Mel Mastrodomenico BSP ’52 Responding Amidst Calamity When major disaster strikes, Mel Mastrodomenico BSP ’52 is there. Hurricane Andrew in ’92, Ground Zero in ’01, Haiti and Katrina, Mel worked saving lives, delivering care and bringing comfort to victims. Even though a 30-year career in independent pharmacy didn’t fully prepare Mel for work on the Massachusetts-2 Disaster Medical Assistance Team, he has never been known to shrink from a challenge. In the process, he became one of only a few elite disaster responders in Massachusetts. Learn about Mel’s remarkable story by going online. Photo Credit: UMass Medical School

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class notes 1968 John P. McCook BSP ’68, who lives in Frisco, Texas writes, “Married to Stephanie since graduation in 1968. We have two lovely daughters, Jana McCook of Austin, Texas and Kristen Wasylson of Valencia, Pennsylvania and four grandchildren - Erin, Ryan,

responsible for development, regulatory,

allied and real estate business. I have

clinical, safety and manufacturing

2 sons and 3 daughters all adults and

operations for Cyotech’s existing drugs

doing very well in their callings. Thank

as well as the pipeline pharmaceutical

you MCP for showing me the way

portfolio with current concentration in

and congratulations for this historic

novel treatment solutions in oncology.”

publication. God bless you all.”

1973

1979

Lauren and Shaun. We lived for 30+

Ifejola Arowola BSP ’73 lives in Jersey

Brian Joyce BS ’79 (Hampden) lives

years on the Connecticut shore while

City, New Jersey and writes: “I have

in Florence Mass. and writes: “My

working for Unilever, PLC Divisions

fond memories of my student days at

daughter Kristen is a pharmacist for

and for the last 11 years in the Dallas

MCP in the early ‘70’s. More so with

CVS, and my son Patrick is going for his

area. Since graduation, I have been

my Phi Delta Chi brothers and the

Master’s degree in Criminal Justice.”

engaged in R&D product development

dinners...The college instilled in me

and management of R&D groups in

a lot of self discipline, hard work and

consumer products (skin care, toiletries,

qualitative use of my time which helped

color cosmetics) and OTC and new RX

in no small measure in my career in

pharmaceutical and medical devices. In

the public service (Govt. of) in Nigeria

2000, I founded a company Discovery

where I served and retired as Ondo

Partners, LLC, for development and

State Director of Pharmacy Services

licensing of novel topical pharmaceutical

and member of the Pharmacists Board

and cosmetics, and since 2006, I have

in Nigeria in 1999. I am currently the

also been COO of Cyotech Labs, LLC,

chief executive of our family agro-

More online! a l u mn i p r ofile

The Vozeolas: A Portrait of Caring, Commitment, Cameras and More They trace their pharmacy roots to a small Greek village in which an esteemed father who was dedicated to his people and community thrived. Later, a favorite son George arrived on Massachusetts shores, graduated from MCP and then left his mark on the City of Lowell, never forgetting his homeland or its people. His sons El ’41 and Arthur ’42 not only followed in their father’s academic and professional footsteps but also forged their own identities. They shared their father’s alma mater and profession, but also maintained a life-long love of music, the arts, computers, photography, motion pictures, radio and community advocacy. To read about the fascinating Vozeola legacy go to our website.

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{f a re we l l }

Frances Patricia Brant, 93, of Stuart, Florida, passed away June 23, 2011 at Martin Memorial Medical Center in Stuart. Mrs. Brant is survived by her husband of 15 years, Joseph F. Brant of Stuart. Born in Newark, New Jersey, Mrs. Brant had previously lived in Clark, New Jersey where she first worked as a banking controller at the Newark Federal Savings and Loan Association and later ran the accounting department at Englewood National Bank and Trust Company. When she moved to Stuart 33 years ago, she worked for 12 years with the Martin County Environmental Services department. Mrs. Brant was an honorary Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences alumna whose extraordinary dedication and generosity to the College was also reflected in her warm and engaging personality. Always beaming a smile that could light up a room, Mrs. Brant accompanied her husband Joe, a 1951 graduate of MCP, on numerous trips to the College’s three campuses. The couple’s interest in, and generosity toward the College is best reflected in the number of facilities that bear the “Brant” name: a consultation room in the Applied Pharmacy Practice Suite, the Richard E. Griffin Academic Center Computer/Study Lobby and the Brant House in Boston, the Academic and Student Center in Manchester, N.H. and the Student Affairs Suite in Worcester. Together, the Brants were the first donors to support facility projects on all three campuses.

Paul J. Albert BSP ’58 October 12, 2011

Wendy Crawford Parker PharmD ’05 May 29, 2011

Mark Edward Gannon BSP ’79 February 14, 2011

Claude Young BSP ‘68 September 23, 2011

Charles Fini BSP ’44 May 26, 2011

Andrew Coleman BSP ’71 January 14, 2011

Norman R. Farnsworth BSP ’53 September 10, 2011

Marie (Noonan) Needham DH ’46 May 12, 2011

Lisa (Tufo) Nault PharmD ’06 December 26, 2010

Ruth Bahosh BSP ’40, September 5, 2011

Harold German BSP ’49 April 6, 2011

David Feather BSP ’52 December 6, 2010

Michael Conena BSP ’48 August 17, 2011

Robert Sweeney BSP ’61 March 31, 2011

Sandra (Dutra) Ferguson BSP ’78 November 4, 2010

Robert Tisdale BSP ‘62 June 19, 2011

Harold Feldman BSP ’49 March 30, 2011

Daniel A. Macedo BSP ’85 October 10, 2010

Pamela (Houghton) Nobili DH ’54 May 30, 2011

Alfred Bouvier BSP ‘36 March 12, 2011

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