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PBC The University of Scranton

PRESIDENT’S BUSINESS COUNCIL

Eleventh Annual Award Dinner h o n o r i n g

The Lynett-Haggerty Family Cecelia L. Haggerty r Edward J. Lynett Jr. ’65 George V. Lynett, Esq., G’71 r William R. Lynett ’72 Owners, Times-Shamrock Communications

Thursday,October 4, 2012


Congratulations

Cecelia, Edward, George & Bill from

Daily Newspapers The Times-Tribune........................ Scranton, PA The Citizens’ Voice ....................... Wilkes-Barre, PA The Republican Herald ............... Pottsville, PA The Standard-Speaker ................. Hazleton, PA The Daily Review........................... Towanda, PA The News-Item .............................. Shamokin, PA The Progress-Index ..................... Petersburg, VA Virgin Islands Daily News .......... St. Thomas, VI

alterNative weeklies City Paper ...................................... Baltimore, MD San Antonio Current .................. San Antonio, TX Metro Times .................................. Detroit, MI Cleveland Scene........................... Cleveland, OH Orlando Weekly ........................... Orlando, FL

raDio statioNs WEZX - Rock 107 ............................ Scranton, PA WFUZ - 92.1 .................................... Scranton, PA WEJL - ESPN Radio ....................... Scranton, PA KMYZ - KTSO ................................. Tulsa, OK KRZO - KNEZ - KZZD - KZHD ...... Reno, NV WMCS - WLUM - WLDB ................ Milwaukee, WI WZBA - The Bay.............................. Baltimore, MD

other CompaNies Times Shamrock Weekly Group .. Montrose, PA Community Newspaper Group .... Scranton, PA Absolute Distribution, Inc......... Scranton, PA Northeast Driller ....................... Towanda, PA


Contents Welcome Message Program Eleventh Annual Dinner Leadership 2012 President’s Medal Recipients President’s Business Council Presidential Scholarship Endowment Fund The University of Scranton Donors

In fall 2011, the University opened its two-building apartment and fitness complex on Mulberry Street, which consists of the Rev. Scott R. Pilarz, S.J., Hall and Montrone Hall. Located across from the Patrick and Margaret DeNaples Center, the complex provides fitness space, a dining area and apartment-style units to accommodate 400 juniors and seniors.


Dear Friends,

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n behalf of The University of Scranton and its President’s Business Council (PBC), we welcome you to The Pierre and thank you for your generosity and support. The University is a student-centered educational community, instilled with the spirit of St. Ignatius of Loyola, founder of the Society of Jesus. You can experience our Jesuit tradition through outstanding academic programs, transformational student experiences, and a palpable sense of community. Tonight, as we gather for the eleventh anniversary of this wonderful gala, we celebrate a first in the dinner’s history as we honor a family. We are delighted to honor The Lynett-Haggerty Family and are happy that so many of them join us this evening. As they begin their fourth generation of family ownership of The Scranton Times, now Times-Shamrock Communications, we pause to highlight the leadership of the third generation in Celia, Ed, George and Bill. In nearly 50 years at the helm, they oversaw great change, expansion and diversification while also implementing a management training program for the next generation. We are proud to present them with the President’s Medal in recognition of their business achievements and constant support for Catholic and Jesuit education.

Mary Beth Farrell ’79

Kevin P. Quinn, S.J.

The University is passionate about creating and sustaining a supportive and nurturing environment for our students. We are an exciting community whose devoted and engaged faculty, through a comprehensive and challenging curriculum, expand the minds and hearts of our students. Our alumni are our best ambassadors, and their lives are distinguished by the ethical rigor, generosity and habits of achievement that they developed during their years at Scranton. We are most grateful for your support of this dinner, which will strengthen the endowment for our Presidential Scholars program. Especially in light of today’s economic challenges, we thank you for making it possible for us to continue to build upon and strengthen our tradition of educating leaders who will go and set the world on fire.

Mary Beth Farrell ’79

Chair, President’s Business Council

Kevin P. Quinn, S.J.

President, The University of Scranton


Program Welcome Mary Beth Farrell ’79 Principal, MBF Advisory Services LLC Chair, President’s Business Council Student Remarks Bradley M. Wierbowski ’13 Presidential Scholar Message from the University President Kevin P. Quinn, S.J. Invocation Most Reverend Joseph C. Bambera, D.D., J.C.L. Tenth Bishop of Scranton Dinner Video Presentation on The University of Scranton Remarks from Dinner Co-Chairs Joseph M. Vaszily ’95 Vice President, Goldman, Sachs & Co. Introduction of the Honorees Patricia A. Byrnes Clifford ’86 Global Chief Talent Officer, Havas & Arnold Worldwide President’s Medal Presentation Mary Beth Farrell ’79 Kevin P. Quinn, S.J. Acceptance Cecelia L. Haggerty r Edward J. Lynett Jr. ’65 George V. Lynett, Esq., G’71 r William R. Lynett ’72 Closing Remarks & Benediction Monsignor Joseph G. Quinn, J.D., J.C.L. ’72 Vice President for Mission & Ministry Fordham University


Eleventh Annual Award Dinner Leadership CO-CHAIRS Patricia A. Byrnes Clifford ’86 Global Chief Talent Officer Havas & Arnold Worldwide

Joseph M. Vaszily ’95 Vice President, Fixed Income Sales & Trading Goldman, Sachs & Co.

HONORARY CHAIRS Keith Bethel Regional Vice President – East ARAMARK Higher Education

Frank J. “Mickey” McDonnell, Esq. ’60 Founding Partner Haggerty McDonnell & Hinton LLP

Christopher M. “Kip” Condron ’70 President & CEO (retired) AXA Financial, Inc.

Paul M. Montrone, Ph.D. ’62 Chairman Perspecta Trust LLC

Margaret M. Condron, Ph.D.

The Montrone Family Penates Foundation

Louis A. DeNaples Sr. H’05 President Keystone Sanitary Landfill, Inc.

Noble C. “Bud” Quandel President & CEO Quandel Construction Group, Inc.

The Lynett-Haggerty Family Owners Times-Shamrock Communications

DINNER COMMITTEE Paula K. Barrett ’81 Partner RKL, LLP

Mary Beth Farrell ’79 Principal MBF Advisory Services LLC

Elizabeth A. Madden ’96 Vice President Goldman, Sachs & Co.

Paul P. Biedlingmaier Jr. ’76 Financial Advisor Edward Jones Investments

Joseph M. Ferrario ’87 President The Ferrario Agency

Megan J. Morgan ’95 Senior Director - Golf Wasserman Media Group

Michael J. Cawley, Esq. ’81 Partner Wilson Elser LLP

Thomas G. Hogan Jr. ’79 Senior Vice President (retired) MetLife, Inc.

Ralph J. DiRuggiero ’73 Vice President Paramount Group, Inc.

Theodore Jadick ’61 Vice Chairman Heidrick & Struggles, Inc.

James F. Mullery ’86 Managing Director & Head of Separately Managed Accounts BlackRock

George F. Evans ’82 Managing Director, Business Development & Client Management DAK Search / Gladstone Associates LLC

Brian A. Kilcullen ’85 President Kilcullen & Company Thomas P. Lynch ’86 Executive Vice President KDC Solar, LLC

Thomas P. O’Brien ’86 Managing Partner SumRidge Partners, LLC Francis J. Pearn ’83 Chief Financial Officer, Global Investment Banking & Sales JPMorgan Chase


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n ancient and medieval Europe medallions of office were worn as breastplates by figures of authority or distinction. The University of Scranton Presidential Medallion is such a symbol, and it continues the tradition of incorporating educational, religious and historic icons that describe the institution’s distinctive character. The center of the medallion is an enameled great seal of the University with rays. The principal colors of the seal are the traditional colors of the University, white and royal purple. On the purple field is a horizontal silver bar containing, in purple, a star derived from the seal of the Brothers of the Christian Schools and from the seal of Saint Thomas College, predecessor of the University, and two stacks of wheat from the obverse of the coat of arms of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. The upper half of the seal contains, in gold, two wolves grasping a cauldron suspended from a chain. They are taken from the coat of arms of the family of Saint Ignatius Loyola, and they identify the University as a Jesuit institution. Below the silver bar is a golden rising sun, symbolic of Saint Thomas Aquinas, the shining light of the Church and the Patron of the University.

Indicating the Diocese of Scranton and William Penn, founder of the Commonwealth, the black border of the shield reproduces the border of the shield of the Diocese, and the silver hemispheres are taken from William Penn’s coat of arms. The crest is a golden cross of the style Patonce. It symbolizes Christ, the goal and the norm of the University’s educational efforts, and it complements the motto, which the University has had since it was entrusted to the care of the Christian Brothers in 1897: “Religio, Mores, Cultura.” The outer ring surrounding the seal includes the name and founding date of the University and reference to the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. The Presidential Medallion is worn on a silver chain with links inspired by carved wooden moldings in The Estate. It is engraved with the names of the previous presidents and the founder of the University. The chain is connected by a link adorned with the symbol of the Society of Jesus. The medallion was designed and crafted for the University by William Reidsema of Clarks Summit, Pennsylvania.


The President’s Medal In presenting the President’s Medal, the President’s Business Council and the University honor individuals who have achieved excellence in their field and who have demonstrated extraordinary compassion for others.

Cecelia L. Haggerty

Edward J. Lynett Jr. ’65

George V. Lynett, Esq., G’71

William R. Lynett ’72

The Lynett-Haggerty Family

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n 1895, E.J. Lynett bought a newspaper company in Scranton, Pennsylvania. He was probably not aware of it at the time, but that was the beginning a family ownership that has now entered

into its fourth generation. The Scranton Times was founded in 1870 and struggled under six owners prior to E.J., who came to the newspaper business with a background as an anthracite breakerboy, a clerk in the mayor’s office, a “little schooling in the law,” and newspaper editor. During the strike of 1900, while other Scranton newspapers were urging the miners to “go slow,” The Scranton Times supported the miners and gained in circulation. Within 20 years, The Scranton Times was the dominant newspaper in northeastern Pennsylvania, and the third-largest in the state (behind only the The Philadelphia Inquirer and The Pittsburgh Press). In 1922, E.J. Lynett signed one of Scranton’s first radio stations, still operated by the company today as WEJL, becoming the first newspaper in the country to also own a radio station. The descendants of E.J. Lynett were born and bred to be in the newspaper business.


As the third generation of family ownership of The Scranton Times, which has grown to become Times-Shamrock Communications, Cecelia Lynett Haggerty, Edward J. Lynett Jr. ’65, George V. Lynett, Esq., G’71, and William R. Lynett ’72 inherited enormous leadership responsibility upon the sudden death of their father, Edward J. Lynett Sr., in 1966. Under the stewardship of the third generation Lynetts, their business has flourished. The Scranton Times became the first daily paper in the region to run color photos. They built a new state-ofthe-art facility in Scott Township, outside of Scranton, that improved printing production, quality, efficiency and capacity. They expanded their market through acquisition and the development of new publications. This past February, they completed their successful transition to the fourth generation of leadership, represented by Cecelia’s son, Matthew; Ed’s son, Bobby; George’s son, George Jr., a current University of Scranton Trustee; and Bill’s son, Scott. Today, Times-Shamrock Communications controls eight daily newspapers and more than 40 print, broadcast and other properties in seven states and the U.S. Virgin Islands in addition to four separate corporations servicing the newspaper printing and distribution process. Natives of Scranton, The Lynett-Haggerty Family remains very active in the local community through their service on numerous boards and philanthropic interests, a tradition of service that continues into the fourth generation. Strong supporters of Catholic and Jesuit education, their family has been extremely generous with their time, talent and treasure to many high schools, colleges and universities. Cecelia, Ed, George, Bill and Cecelia’s late husband, Attorney Jim Haggerty, are all past Board of Trustee members of The University of Scranton, with Ed and Jim also serving as board chair. Those five individuals alone have a total of 38 years of service to the Board of Trustees. Their father was involved with the University before the Board of Trustees was instituted. Honoring these siblings collectively was driven by how they have handled and preserved their family’s relationship with the University over the past few decades, so it is most appropriate that we honor them as a family.


President’s Business Council

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he President’s Business Council (PBC) was formed in 2001 by The University of Scranton and a prominent group of alumni and friends with the purpose of advancing the mission of the University. The PBC fulfills the interests of the University and of these alumni and friends in the business community to form an organized, national affiliation that strengthens the Scranton network in the business sectors. The PBC has proven to be a valuable conduit for members to become more actively engaged in the life of the University. The objectives of the PBC are to provide meaningful networking opportunities for alumni and friends; to provide mentoring, internship, educational and career opportunities for current students; and to provide a fundraising source for the Presidential Scholarship Endowment Fund. Council membership is open to alumni and friends who can help in accomplishing its objectives. As part of its goals, the PBC seeks to fund Presidential Scholarships, which are the University’s top merit-based awards for talented students who will become leaders of vision and integrity. Proceeds from the Annual Award Dinner go directly to the Presidential Scholarship Endowment Fund. During its first decade, the Council has raised more than $10.25 million for the endowment. The annual gala is a wonderful celebration of Scranton and honorees whose lifetime achievements reflect the University’s mission of Catholic and Jesuit excellence and service. In conjunction with the University’s Kania School of Management, the PBC supports a student mentoring program for business students in their junior and senior years. Interested students are matched with PBC members who serve as the student’s mentor for two years. The PBC conducts regional receptions in Boston, New York City, Philadelphia and Washington, D.C., with current students attending to promote local networking among students, alumni and friends of the University. The President’s Medal Recipients’ Reception, a national networking event held in New York City, serves as the official kickoff for the Annual Award Dinner. “Meet the Honoree” receptions in Philadelphia and Scranton follow the formal dinner kickoff to introduce the Honoree to alumni and friends in those regions. The PBC continues to evaluate other opportunities to support a variety of business affinity groups.


[ PA S T P R E S I D E N T ’ S M E D A L R E C I P I E N T S ]

2011

2006

Mary Beth Farrell ’79

Christopher M. “Kip” Condron ’70

former Executive Vice President AXA Equitable

President & CEO, AXA Financial, Inc.

2005

2010

Joseph T. Sebastianelli, Esq., ’68 President & CEO, Jefferson Health System, Inc.

Arthur J. Kania, Esq., ’53

Senior Partner, Kania, Lindner, Lasak & Feeney

2009

2004

John A. Walsh ’66

William H. “Bill” Finn ’67

Executive Vice President & Executive Editor, ESPN Inc.

(in memoriam) Senior Managing Director, Bear, Stearns & Co., Inc.

2008

2003

Eugene J. Kane Sr. ’54

Paul M. Montrone, Ph.D., ’62

Chairman, Kane Is Able, Inc.

Chairman & CEO, Fisher Scientific International Inc.

2007

Louis A. DeNaples Sr. H’05

President, DeNaples Auto Parts, Inc. Keystone Sanitary Landfill, Inc. Mount Airy Casino Resort

[CHAIR] Mary Beth Farrell ’79 MBF Advisory Services LLC

2002

Gerard R. Roche ’53

Senior Chairman, Heidrick & Struggles, Inc.

FOUNDING CHAIR ] Christopher M. “Kip” ­Condron ’70 AXA Financial, Inc. (Retired)

[VICE CHAIRS] John D. Dionne ’86 Blackstone

Thomas P. Lynch ’86 KDC Solar, LLC

Thomas P. O’Brien ’86 SumRidge Partners, LLC

The objectives of the President’s Business Council are: • To provide meaningful networking opportunities for alumni and friends • To provide mentoring, internship, educational and career opportunities for current students • To provide a fundraising source for the Presidential Scholarship Endowment Fund


[EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE] Robert V. Ax ’90 Citadel Investment Group

Joseph M. Ferrario ’87 The Ferrario Agency

Linda S. McGowan ’80 PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP

Jason A. Bonadio, M.D., ’96

Patrick J. Haveron ’83 Maiden Holdings Ltd.

Robert L. McKeage, Ph.D., ’71 The University of Scranton

Thomas G. Hogan Jr. ’79 MetLife, Inc. (retired)

James F. Mullery Jr. ’86 BlackRock

Theodore Jadick ’61 Heidrick & Struggles, Inc.

James M. Papada III, Esq., ’70

John E. Brennan ’68 Southern Union Co. (retired) Rachele Mackin Browning ’84 SEI Investments James A. Caccavo ’84 Steelpoint Capital Partners, LP Patricia A. Clifford ’86 Havas & Arnold Worldwide Ralph J. DiRuggiero ’73 Paramount Group, Inc. Joseph T. Doyle ’69 U.S. Enrichment Corp. Frank J. Dubas ’75 Deloitte & Touche LLP George F. Evans ’82 DAK Search/Gladstone Associates

Brian A. Kilcullen ’85 Kilcullen & Company Kevin J. Lanahan ’84 Headquarters Financial Group, Inc. Elizabeth A. Madden ’96 Goldman, Sachs & Co. Eric Marcheski ’95 Marchon Partners Leo V. Marzen ’83 Bridgewater Advisors, Inc.

Francis J. Pearn ’83 JPMorgan Chase Kevin P. Quinn, S.J. The University of Scranton Teresa M. Schafer ’81 Cedar Capital Consulting Group Anthony P. Smurfit ’85 Smurfit Kappa Group Robert K. Tuite ’84 CRT Capital Group LLC John A. Walsh ’66 ESPN, Inc.

Since 2003, Scranton has invested more than $237 million in campus improvements, either completed or under way. Recently completed buildings include the Loyola Science Center and the DeNaples Center (pictured).


[ MEMBERS ] Edward P. Abbot, Esq. Smith Abbot, LLP

Douglas Christensen ’93 Barclays Capital

Andrew B. Dinnhaupt ’89 Franklin Mutual Advisers, LLC

Christopher S. Banks ’86 Brookhaven Memorial Hospital Medical Center

Anna Roche Clark ’87 Truven Health Analytics

Paul E. Eckenrode ’89 Morgan Stanley

Eileen J. Cleary ’82 Atlas Data Systems

Michael C. Fairbanks ’79 SEVEN Fund

Joseph S. Collins III ’90 sanofi pasteur

Steven E. Farrell Classic Properties

Ralph Colo ’92 Morgan Stanley

Sean J. Gaffey ’99 Merrill Lynch – Global Wealth Mgmt.

Paula K. Barrett ’81 RKL, LLP Michael J. Bevilacqua, Esq., ’78 WilmerHale, LLP Paul P. Biedlingmaier Jr. ’76 Edward Jones Investments Matthew E. Bogusch ’92 Deloitte & Touche LLP William J. Brady ’83 Mascoma Corporation Patrick J. Brier, Esq. Myers Brier & Kelly LLP James I. Brown ’88 Bank of America Mary J. Brown ’81 Ogilvy CommonHealth Worldwide William J. Burkavage Jr. Burkavage Design Associates Donald M. Burns ’80 Wells Fargo Advisors Scott A. Carmilani ’86 Allied World Assurance Company, Ltd.

Philip P. Condron Condron & Company Jane A. Conway, Ph.D., ’79 Alpha FMC Michael A. Crimmins ’96 UBS Securities, LLC John J. Daly ’84 Sony DADC Americas Thomas J. Davis ’69 Thomas Davis, CPA Hugh E. DeFazio Jr., Esq., ’64 DeFazio & Associates Intl. Inc. Mark F. Degenhart ’85 Martin DeMicoli ’96 Brown Brothers Harriman Matthew DiBrenza ’98 Rothstein Kass

Michael J. Cawley, Esq., ’81 Wilson Elser, LLP

Matthew J. DiLiberto ’96 SL Green Realty Corp

Mark M. Chadwick ’89 A.T. Chadwick Company, Inc.

Mark N. DiMaio ’86 Ernst & Young LLP

Leslie A. Galbraith ’83 WorldBusiness Capital, Inc. Matthew Geiger ’81 Response Environmental, Inc. Karen E. Golding ’91 Frances E. Gray ’93 Berkshire Hathaway Reinsurance Group Thomas J. Grech ’84 JJT Energy, LLC Alan J. Griffith ’76 ARAMARK Corporation Michael F. Guarnuccio ’89 PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP Mark A. Hemenetz ’78 Schroders Peter F. Hurst Jr., Esq. The Community’s Bank Joseph M. Jordan ’68 KPMG, LLP (retired)


[ M E M B E R S , continued ] Francis T. Joyce ’75 MISTRAS Group, Inc.

Patricia A. Maleski ’82 JPMorgan Funds

Timothy J. Kacani ’87 Lightyear Capital LLC

Matthew F. Mark Jr. ’90 BlackRock

Patrick J. Kane ’89 Wakefield Funds

Michael C. Mauer ’82 Icahn Enterprises LP

Arthur J. Kania, Esq., ’53 Kania, Lindner, Lasak, & Feeney

Mattia L. McDonough ’00 Blackstone

Brendan M. Kelly ’90 Somerset Capital Advisors

Dennis J. McGonigle ’82 SEI Investments

Eugene J. Kirkwood ’86 Western Asset Management Co.

Robert G. McGroarty ’67 RGM Consulting Inc.

Deborah A. Kolsovsky ’90 PNC Wealth Management

Timothy N. McMullen ’93 Morgan Stanley

Judith A. Kosydar Bank of America

James D. McNerny ’00 JPMorgan Asset Mgmt.

Joseph K. Krivickas ’85 SmartBear Software

Paul M. McVeety ’92 BGC Partners

Thomas S. Kucinski ’85 The NASDAQ OMX Group

George D. Montana ’03 McKinsey & Company

Maryellen K. Lamb ’89 The Wharton School

Paul M. Montrone, Ph.D., ’62 Perspecta Trust

Paul W. Lameo ’94 PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP

Patricia Moran, Esq., ’81 Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom, LLP

Jeffrey R. Lattmann ’86 Beecher Carlson Brendan T. Lynch ’87 AIG, Inc. John J. Lynch III ’83 Main Line Health

Megan J. Morgan ’95 Wasserman Media Group Jeffrey C. Morton ’96 ACA Compliance Group Mark B. Nixon ’85 Brown Brothers Harriman

Kevin J. O’Brien, Esq., ’80 Marks, O’Neill, O’Brien & Courtney Robert J. Pachence ’96 Ambassador Financial Group, Inc. James M. Papp ’81 Mylan, Inc. Joseph Clayton Perfilio ’95 Integrated Capital Management George P. Rafferty ’83 AmerisourceBergen Brian E. Raftery, Esq., ’91 Herrick, Feinstein LLP Michael A. Raso ’90 Alternative Investing Solutions, Inc. John K. Redmond ’89 Winterflood Securities & Aquinas Healthcare Michael H. Reilly ’80 MetLife Inc. Vincent F. Reilly, Esq., ’80 Reilly, Janiczek & McDevitt, P.C. Gerard R. Roche ’53 Heidrick & Struggles, Inc. Harry T. Rose ’65 The Rose Group Jeffrey J. Rossi ’88 TD Ameritrade Nicole M. Rothenberg ’90 Smith Barney Frank C. Sabatino, Esq., ’76 Stevens & Lee


[ M E M B E R S , continued ] Henry J. Sallusti ’78 RBC Dain Rauscher

Thomas J. Spoto ’91 AlpInvest Partners, Inc.

Barry Szarvas ’92 Goldman, Sachs & Co.

Russell J. Sapienza ’78 PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP

Susan M. St. Ledger ’86 Buddy Media

Kathleen S. Tuohy ’01 BBVA

Jeffrey J. Scott ’77 White Bear Partners LLC

William M. Stanton ’82 Bank of America Merrill Lynch

Joseph M. Vaszily ’95 Goldman, Sachs & Co.

Daniel A. Shea ’83 Arrow Electronics

Craig J. Steel ’99 Express Scripts

John L. Walker ’00 RJ Walker Co.

Patrick W. Shea, Esq., ’78 Paul Hastings LLP

Thomas G. Sundstrom ’89 Lincoln Financial Distributors

Steven P. Walsh ’92 Berkley Professional Liability, LLC

James M. Slattery ’86 Melrose PLC

John P. Sweeney Jr. Wells Fargo Advisors

Kristen S. Williams ’92 Bank of America Merrill Lynch

Steven C. Snyder ’95 Commonfund

John P. Sweeney Sr. ’61

With the opening of the new Loyola Science Center, one of the most innovative science buildings in the country, students enjoy an even better sense of community while having access to the latest technology and equipment.


Presidential Scholarship Endowment Fund

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he Presidential Scholarship Endowment Fund was created as a means by which the University could manage a portion of its endowment to secure the proceeds of the President’s Business Council Annual Award Dinner. The interest generated by this fund supports the Presidential Scholarships that the University awards annually to its most academically qualified students. The long-term goal of the President’s Business Council is to fully endow all of the Presidential Scholarships that the University awards each year. Presidential Scholars are chosen from among the top students entering the University each year and are selected for their academic excellence, leadership ability and character. Current Presidential Scholars enrolled at the University are listed on the adjacent page.

Presidential Scholars Program

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s part of their Presidential Scholarship, all Presidential Scholars participate in a three-credit seminar on “Leadership and Civic Responsibility.” This seminar, held in the summer between their first and second years, is designed to nurture the students’ leadership skills, to foster their discernment of what they wish to accomplish during their undergraduate experience, and to promote their understanding of the larger social implications of their curricular studies, their community involvement and their lives. Students engage in interdisciplinary readings and discussions, real-time shared reflection on the meaning of their summer employment and civic engagement, and the mentoring of incoming freshmen. Beginning in 2012, the veterans of the seminar have designed a mentoring program for the incoming Presidential Scholars, including one-on-one mentoring and several group events designed to encourage Presidential Scholars to enter fully into the opportunities provided by their Jesuit education.


[2012-13 PRESIDENTIAL SCHOLARS] Class of 2013

Class of 2014

Class of 2015

Kaitlin Bolster Mechanicsburg, Pa.

Mary Armstrong Endicott, N.Y.

Joseph Breslin Arlington, Va.

Becca Cangemi Scranton, Pa.

Christian Burne Langley AFB, Va.

Maria Cleary Cherry Hill, N.J.

Gabriella Colonna Staten Island, N.Y.

Joseph Buttacci West Wyoming, Pa.

Katherine Fields Yardley, Pa.

Alexander Daly New Paltz, N.Y.

Michelle D’Souza East Meadow, N.Y.

Dustin Frisbie Dalton, Pa.

Michael Genello Scranton, Pa.

Craig Fisher Scranton, Pa.

Michelle Graham Succasunna, N.J.

Jessica Lavery Bronx, N.Y. Tricia Leavy North Bellmore, N.Y.

Olivia Haney Danville, Pa.

Theresa Iannuzzi Shrewsbury, Pa.

Joshua Ray Jimenez Apalachin, N.Y.

Christopher Musto Jenkins Twp., Pa.

Samuel Juliano Bergenfield, N.J.

Emily Johnson Brookeville, Md.

Michael McCabe Furlong, Pa.

Vhalla Otarod Clarks Summit, Pa.

Shannon Lavelle Hicksville, N.Y.

Deanna Lindberg Bound Brook, N.J.

Catherine Thurston Lake Ariel, Pa.

Ralph Petagna Jr. Robbinsville, N.J.

Timothy McCormick Scranton, Pa.

Louis Porreca Marlton, N.J.

Benjamin Turcea Baltimore, Pa.

Marisa Riley Haymarket, Va.

Matthew McGrath Old Forge, Pa.

Lauren Prinzing Penfield, N.Y.

Victoria Wrightson Jessup, Pa.

Cecilia Strauch Factoryville, Pa.

Holly Pratesi West Hempstead, N.Y.

Matthew Tibbitts West Hartford, Ct.

Class of 2016

Corey Wasilnak Endwell, N.Y.

Maura Regan Downingtown, Pa.

Margaret Capooci Jessup, Pa.

Shayne Wierbowski Owego, N.Y.

Jonathan Schall Wyoming, Pa.

Sara Chapin Yardley, Pa.

Krista Ziegler Old Bethpage, N.Y.

Walter Schuster Nazareth, Pa.

Daniel Clark Jr. Scranton, Pa.

Kathleen Smart Hatboro, Pa.

John Clark Scranton, Pa.

Bradley Wierbowski Owego, N.Y.

Julie Dragonetti Monroe, Ct.

Norman Frederick Jr. Pittston, Pa. Alison Gohn Rocky Point, N.Y. Andrew Hill Harleysville, Pa. Christopher Kilner Rockville, Md.


The University of Scranton

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he University of Scranton is a Catholic and Jesuit university animated by the spiritual vision and the tradition of excellence characteristic of the Society of Jesus and those who share its way of

proceeding. Located in Pennsylvania’s Pocono Northeast region, the University was founded in 1888 as Saint Thomas College by the Most Reverend William G. O’Hara, D.D., the first bishop of Scranton. Scranton achieved university status in 1938 and was entrusted to the care of the Jesuits in 1942. The University has flourished under the Jesuits, growing from a primarily commuter school with fewer than 1,000 students to a broadly regional university with a total enrollment of more than 6,000 students in undergraduate, graduate and non-traditional programs. The academic quality, distinctive experience and value of a Scranton education consistently garner national recognition. The University is proud of the achievements of its students and the national recognition that it regularly receives. Since 1972, 138 Scranton graduates have earned Fulbrights or other prestigious international fellowships, including 29 in the last 10 years. For the past seven years, The Chronicle of Higher Education has listed the University among the “top producers” of Fulbright awards for American students. In the past 10 years, Scranton students earned five Truman Scholarships and 10 Goldwater Scholarships. In that same time period, six students were named to USA Today’s All-USA College Academic Team. The University’s Center for Service & Social Justice has a roster of 2,850 students who perform well over 170,000 service hours each year. For 19 consecutive years, U.S. News & World Report has ranked Scranton among the top 10 master’s universities in the North. In the 2013 edition of the guidebook, U.S. News included Scranton in a national listing of “stellar examples” of schools with “A Focus on Student Success.” The University’s MBA program is among the top 15 in the nation for general management, according to a national ranking of business schools published by Entrepreneur magazine and The Princeton Review. For five consecutive years, the University has made the list of 650 universities published in Forbes magazine’s online listing of “America’s Best Colleges.” Scranton is among just 119 colleges in the nation named to the Carnegie Classification for Community Engagement in 2008, and is one of only 100 colleges and universities named to Templeton Foundation’s Honor Roll of Character-building Colleges. The University was named to the President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll for 2012, the highest federal recognition colleges and universities can receive for its commitment to volunteering, service learning and civic engagement.


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PRESIDENT’S BUSINESS COUNCIL

Donors [HONOREE’S CIRCLE] Keith Bethel ARAMARK Corporation

Louis A. DeNaples Sr. H’05 Keystone Sanitary Landfill, Inc.

The Montrone Family Penates Foundation

Christopher M. “Kip” ’70 & Margaret M., Ph.D., Condron

The Lynett-Haggerty Family Times-Shamrock Communications

Noble C. “Bud” Quandel Quandel Construction Group, Inc.

Paul M. Montrone, Ph.D., ’62 Perspecta Trust LLC

[ B E N E FA C TO R S ] John D. ’86 & Jacquelyn R. ’89 Dionne Blackstone

Arthur J., Esq., ’53 & Angela Kania Kania, Lindner, Lasak & Feeney

Mary Beth Farrell ’79 MBF Advisory Services LLC

Thomas F. ’81 & Fafi Karam William E. Sordoni Sordoni Construction Services, Inc.

[ PAT R O N S ] Thomas P. ’86 & Denise M. O’Brien SumRidge Partners, LLC

Anthony P. Smurfit ’85 Smurfit Kappa Group

Francis J. ’83 & Suzanne Pearn JPMorgan Chase

Joseph M. Vaszily ’95 Goldman, Sachs & Co.


[SPONSORS] AXA Foundation

Elizabeth A. ’96 & Michael C. ’95 Madden Goldman, Sachs & Co.

Board of Governors The University of Scranton Alumni Society Loretta Brennan Glucksman H’07 The American Ireland Fund

Dennis J. ’82 & Rachele McGonigle SEI Investments James F. Jr. ’86 & Cheryl A. ’86 Mullery BlackRock

Ralph J. DiRuggiero ’73 Paramount Group, Inc. Patrick J. ’83 & Mary R. ’85 Haveron Maiden Holdings, Ltd.

Gerard R. Roche ’53 & Theodore Jadick ’61 Heidrick & Struggles, Inc.

David A. Hemmler & Alex Camayd hemmler + camayd architects

James M. ’86 & Elizabeth Slattery Melrose PLC

Christopher J. ’86 & Kathleen G., Esq., ’88 Kane

John P. ’61 & Jean Sweeney

[ PA RT N E R S ] Robert V. Ax ’90 Citadel Investment Group

Matthew Geiger ’81 Response Environmental, Inc.

Philip Caprio Jr. ISS TMC Services

James C. Halpin Platinum Maintenance Services Corp.

Peter J. ’84 & Kathleen M. ’84 Cassidy

Lawrence R. ’81 & Keli Lynch PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP

Stanley K. Doobin Harvard Maintenance, Inc.

Lawrence & Elizabeth Mazzeo

Patrick W. Shea, Esq., ’81 Paul, Hastings, Janofsky & Walker LLP

Linda S. ’80 & Michael J. ’81 McGowan PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP

John A. ’66 & Ellen Walsh ESPN, Inc.

Frank Dubas Jr. ’75 Deloitte & Touche, LLP Joseph M. Ferrario ’87 & Gerard J. Ferrario The Ferrario Agency

Jeffrey C. ’96 & Marie N. ’97 Morton ACA Compliance Group Scott Salmirs American Building Maintenance (ABM)

Michael Walsh Sr. & Michael Walsh Jr. Walsh Electrical, Inc.


[CONTRIBUTORS] Edward P. Abbot, Esq. Smith Abbot, L.L.P.

Eileen J. Cleary ’82 Atlas Data Systems

Cynthia L. Bacon ’84

Joseph J. Cleary II ’84 Sweet Ovations LLC

Christopher S. Banks ’86 & Christine D. Mahoney Banks ’91 Charles, M.D., & Mary Joan Bannon Joseph P., M.D., ’83 & Tracy F. ’84 Bannon Patrick T. ’82 & Paula K. ’81 Barrett John Barry Beemer, Esq., ’63 Paul P. Biedlingmaier Jr. ’76 Edward Jones Investments Rev. Philip Boroughs, S.J. College of the Holy Cross Jeanne A. Bovard Robert J. Boylan, Ph.D., ’63 NYU College of Dentistry Damian Braga sanofi pasteur Eric D. ’92 & Elaine M. ’92 Brophy Carla Capone The Carla Capone Company Ellen Casey H’88 David J., M.D., ’88 & Elizabeth A., R.Ph., ’88 Caucci Michael J.Cawley, Esq., ’81 Wilson Elser LLP Joseph G., M.D., & Kathryn Cesare Douglas ’93 & JaneMarie C. ’93 Christensen Barclays Capital Anna Roche Clark ’87 Truven Health Analytics

Joan FitzPatrick Thomas J. Grech ’84 JJT Energy LLC

Patricia A. Clifford ’86 Havas & Arnold Worldwide

Robert J. ’88 & Christine T. ’88 Griffin Royal Bank of Canada

Hon. & Mrs. Richard P. ’46 & Marion Conaboy

Wiliam J. Hackett Matthews Int’l. Capital Mgmt.

William J. Corcoran, Esq., ’64

Matthew & Christina G’07 Haggerty Times-Shamrock Communications

Louis A. Costanzo ’75 L.R. Costanzo Construction Services Co., Inc. John Coyne Brinker Capital Michael A. Crimmins ’96 UBS Financial Services, Inc. Thomas P. Cummings Sr. ’52 Patrick T. Cusick, Esq., ’80 Post & Schell, PC Thomas J. Davis ’69 Thomas Davis, CPA Mark F. Degenhart ’85 Matthew J. DiLiberto ’96 SL Green Realty Corp Christopher & Donna Doherty Joseph T. Doyle ’69 U.S. Enrichment Corp. William J. Egan Jr. ’92 Kelly Motors Inc.

Joseph O. Jr. ’89 & Maura E. ’89 Haggerty Haggerty McDonnell & Hinton LLP David J. ’52 & Margaret Harding Mark ’78 & Maria ’78 Hemenetz Schroders Denise A. Henry ’12 Lawrence P. Herbster ’66 Maj. Gen. (Ret.) John P. Herrling ’60 The Army Historical Foundation J. Timothy Jr., Esq., ’87 & Theresa Hinton Haggerty McDonnell & Hinton LLP Thomas G. Jr. ’79 & Susan M. ’79 Hogan Jeremiah J. “Joe” Howard Carney Security Service, Inc. Mary Howley

Elk Lake Capital

Teresa Iannelli

George F. Evans ’82 DAK Search/Gladstone Associates

Philip Johnson M&T Bank

Edward W. Faccio ’95 PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP

Ronald D. Johnson, D.B.A. North Dakota State University

Michael Fiechter TPG Architecture

Jerome W., M.D., ’67 & Marlene Jordan


[ C O N T R I B U T O R S , continued ] Joseph M. Jordan ’68 KPMG, LLP (retired) Timothy J. ’87 & Karen F. ’88 Kacani Lightyear Capital LLC Patrick J. Kane ’89 Wakefield Funds Richard P. Kane ’80 Kane Is Able, Inc. Rev. Herbert B. Keller, S.J. Scranton Preparatory School

John R., D.M.D., ’76 & Margaret Q., Au.D., Mariotti Karen F. McDonald ’92 Barclays Capital Timothy N. McMullen ’93 Morgan Stanley James D. McNerny ’00 JPMorgan Asset Management Francis J. ’70 & Beverly Merkel McGrail, Merkel, Quinn & Associates

Vincent F., Esq., ’80 & Eileen T. ’82 Reilly Reilly, Janiczek & McDevitt, P.C. William J. Rinaldi, Esq. Law Offices of William Rinaldi Harry T. Rose ’65 Harry T. Rose Group Jeffrey J. ’88 & Kathleen A. ’88 Rossi TD Ameritrade

James A. Mezick, Ph.D., ’61

Robert L. Rossi ’60 Robert Rossi & Co.

Joseph T. Sr., D.M.D., ’64 & Amy Kelly

Sister Anne Munley, IHM Marywood University

Joseph T. Sebastianelli, Esq., ’68 Jefferson Health System, Inc.

Brian A. Kilcullen ’85 Kilcullen & Company

Judy O’Brien

Sean K. Shanley ’91 Bryce Corporation

Judith A. Kosydar G’89 Bank of America Thomas S. Kucinski ’85 The NASDAQ OMX Group Jeffrey R. ’86 & Laura Lattmann Beecher Carlson Brendan T. ’87 & Frances R. ’87 Lynch American International Group, Inc. Thomas P. ’86 & Sharon C. ’86 Lynch KDC Solar LLC George V. Jr. & Katey Lynett Times-Shamrock Communications Robert J. & Noelle M. Lynett Times-Shamrock Communications W. Scott & Libby Lynett Times-Shamrock Communications

Carl J. Oliveri, Pharm.D., ’89 Pfizer Pharmaceuticals William C. ’59 & Jane L. O’Malley Carl A. O’Neil The University of Scranton Robert J. Jr. ’96 & Colleen E. ’98 Pachence Ambassador Financial Group, Inc. Timothy J. ’89 & Marilyn P. ’91, G’97 Pryle The University of Scranton Brian E., Esq., ’91 & Ruth A., Esq., ’91 Raftery Herrick, Feinstein LLP Robin M. Raju ’04 AXA Global Life & Savings Michael A. Raso ’90 Alternative Investing Solutions Inc. Sister Mary Reap, IHM College of Our Lady of the Elms

Patrick J. Sheridan ’76 Times-Shamrock Communications Casmir S. Sondey, Esq., ’80 Joseph L. Sorbera Jr. JLS Cost Management Systems, Inc. Thomas J. Stone ’79 Stone Office, Inc. Thomas & Salsey Sullivan Barry W. Szarvas Jr. ’92 Goldman, Sachs & Co. Kathleen S. Tuohy ’01 BBVA John F. ’60 & Liana J. Walsh Brian P. ’99 & Jill R., D.P.T., ’99 Wing


For 19 consecutive years, U.S. News & World Report’s “Best Colleges” guidebook has ranked the University among the 10 top master’s universities in the North. In the 2013 edition of “Best Colleges,” Scranton was one of just 27 institutions included in a national listing of “stellar examples” of schools with “A Focus on Student Success.”


Congratulations

to Cecelia, Ed, George & Bill from

the Condron Family

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Congratulations to

The Lynett-Haggerty Family n The University of Scranton 2012 President’s Business Council Honoree Thank you for your dedication to the University of Scranton

Joe, Leanne and Julia Sebastianelli

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Congratulates The University of Scranton’s 2012 President’s Medal Recipient

The Lynett-Haggerty Family Cecelia L. Haggerty

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Edward J. Lynett Jr. ’65

George V. Lynett, Esq., G’71

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William R. Lynett ’72

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The DeNaples Family congratulates

The Lynett-Haggerty Family as the 2012 President’s Medal Recipient

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Leading the way to a cleaner, safer environment.

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Congratulations to The Lynett-Haggerty Family and the Presidential Scholars for your achievements.

HIGHER

EDUCATION

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Students from all classes serve the Scranton faith community as liturgical readers, extraordinary ministers of the Eucharist and as ministers of hospitality at Sunday liturgies, as well as at University-wide events such as Palm Sunday and the Advent Mass.


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is Proud to Support

The University of Scranton President’s Business Council and

Paul M. Montrone, Ph.D. For all you do for so many.

Regina M. Pitaro One Corporate Center, Rye, New York 10580-1422 www.gabelli.com • info@gabelli.com • 914-921-5025

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The Loyola Science Center is a fitting home to the University’s rich legacy of science education, serving as a center of collaborative learning for all members – not just science students – of the campus and community.


Mom, For the love and devotion you have always shown all of us...

The Haggerty Family

And for the commitment and support you have shown to The University of Scranton. You have always been #1 in our hearts, Mamie! And Congratulations to Pop, Babutts and Granddad, too! WE LOVE YOU! The McGraTh, collins, haGGerTy, o’rourke and JaMes FaMilies

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Pop, Aunt Celia, Uncle George & Uncle Bill

Congratulations on being...

Honored By

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“If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader.” ~John Quincy Adams

Thanks for being our lifelong leader. Congratulations Pop! Love, Kathy and Timmy, Eddie, Bobby and Noelle, Greg and Elena and all your grandchildren

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Congratulations

Dad/Babutts, Aunt Celia, Uncle Eddie & Uncle Bill

(Left to Right): George, George III, James, Grace, Will, Brady & Alison

(Left to Right): Drew, JJ & Mia

The University of Scranton 2012 President’s Business Council Honorees

Thank you for all you do for our family, our community and The University of Scranton. Love, SheiLa & Jamie, GeorGe & Katey, Jimmy & Zoe and Sharon

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You’ve Come A Long Way!

Congratulations,

Dad, Aunt Celia, Uncles Eddie & George on this prestigious award. All Our Love,

Scott, Jennifer, chriStopher, Brigid, Jeanie, tori, henry, Michael, Scotty & Keeley In Loving Memory of Charlie Chan Foley

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We are a 24/7 campus, alive with academic, cultural and social activities, thanks to our more than 80 active clubs. With lectures, music, plays, dances, movies, and student talent nights, our campus entertains and inspires.


Congratulations to the Recipients of

The University of Scranton President’s Business Council

President’s Medal Excellence in their Field. Extraordinary Compassion for Others.

The Lynett-Haggerty Family Cecelia L. Haggerty | Edward J. Lynett, Jr. | George V. Lynett, Esq. | William R. Lynett

Building on Four Gener ations of Tr adition Elk Lake Capital, a division of Times-Shamrock Communications, is a family office private equity firm focused exclusively on control-investment opportunities in private entrepreneurial companies. For more information, please contact Matthew E. Haggerty, Managing Director, at mhaggerty@elklakecapital.com or Bobby Lynett, Managing Director, at bobbylynett@elklakecapital.com or visit www.elklakecapital.com

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CONGRATULATIONS TO THE LYNETT-HAGGERTY FAMILY CECELIA L. HAGGERTY EDWARD J. LYNETT, JR. GEORGE V. LYNETT, ESQUIRE WILLIAM R. LYNETT

THE UNIVERSITY OF SCRANTON 2012 PRESIDENT’S BUSINESS COUNCIL HONOREES IN RECOGNITION OF YOUR FAMILY’S OUTSTANDING LEADERSHIP AND COMMITMENT TO ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE

from The Partners and Staff of ROBERT ROSSI & CO. Certified Public Accountants

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Cecelia, Ed, George & Bill

2012 PRESIDENT’S MEDAL RECIPIENT

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SORDONI

CONSTRUCTION SERVICES, INC.

Congratulations to

The LyneTT-haggerTy FamiLy and the UniversiTy oF scranTon We are proud to be your partner in construction

SORDONI

Since 1910 . Forty Fort, Pennsylvania . www.sordoni.com

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The Lynett-Haggerty Family

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560 E. LANCASTER AVENUE SUITE 108 ST. DAVIDS, PA 19087

arthur j. kania, esq.

To the Lynett-Haggerty Family, The University of Scranton is to be congratulated on its selection of the Lynett-Haggerty Family as the recipients of the 2012 President’s Medal. The Lynett-Haggerty Family has generational recognition for its management accomplishments and extraordinary demonstration of compassion for others, and most specially, the Scranton community. You have been steadfast in your support of the University, not only by benefaction, but by the ever-present contribution of talent, expertise and dedication over a broad spectrum of University affairs. The LynettHaggerty name is synonymous with the generosity, civic responsibility and the extraordinary fellowship that identifies the greatness of Scranton and its citizenry. You are all the essence of the special nature of this Community. The Kania family is most proud to join the University in expressing appreciation for your dedication and commitment, past, present and future.

Respectfully, Arthur J. Kania

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With high regard & friendship, the Karam Family salutes the Lynett-Haggerty Families as the 2012 President’s Medal Recipients

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Congratulations to

The Lynett-Haggerty Family The University of Scranton 2012 President’s Business Council Honoree

Thank you for your innovative

leadership during a time of change in the media business.

Joan Farrell and Family Mary Beth ’79 Andy ’80 John ’82

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Best Wishes to The Lynett-Haggerty Family from your friends at

POWER COOLING INC. Central System Installation & Service • Reciprocating • Absorption

• Centifugal • Machining

(718) 784-1300

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Congratulations to tonight’s honorees: Cecelia L. Haggerty, Edward J. Lynett, Jr. ‘65, George V. Lynett, Esq., G’71, William R. Lynett ‘72 and to the University of Scranton’s President’s Business Council for its commitment to fostering academic excellence.

mtb.com ©2012 M&T Bank. Member FDIC.

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Congratulations! THE LYNETT-HAGGERTY FAMILY 2012 PRESIDENT’S MEDAL Honoring a legacy of leadership, generosity and compassion for your community, and with deepest gratitude for your dedication to higher education in Northeast Pennsylvania, we thank you, Celia, Edward, George, Bill, and your entire family.

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Andrew Bianco Andrew Hays Matthew Steve

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The Lynett-Haggerty Family

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corporate interiors retail education

is proud to support

health sciences & wellness

The University of Scranton President’s Business Council Eleventh Annual Award Dinner

broadcast & technology architecture branding & graphics

360 Park Avenue South, NY, NY | 1300 Walt Whitman Rd, Melville, NY | 89 Worship Steet, London, UK

www.tpgarchitecture.com

The Lynett-Haggerty Family

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Congratulations to The Lynett-Haggerty Family from our family of proud University alumni! William J. Egan Sr. ’68 William J. Egan Jr. ’92 Kathleen A. Egan MBA’98 Michael P. Egan ’95

Kelly Mazda

Kelly Volkswagen

1200 Wyoming Avenue • Scranton, PA 18509 800-794-5055

736 S. Main Avenue • Scranton, PA 18504 866-578-6236

www.kellymazda.com

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A.T. Chadwick Company proudly supports The University of Scranton President’s Business Council Eleventh Annual Award Dinner honoring President’s Medal Recipient

The Lynett-Haggerty Family

MECHANICAL CONTRACTOR Plumbing • Heating • Air Conditioning • Refrigeration •

Process Piping • Field Management

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The Lynett-Haggerty Family

Reilly, Janiczek & McDevitt, P.C. Attorneys At Law

New Jersey Office The Kevon Office Center 2500 McClellan Boulevard Suite 240 Merchantville, NJ 08109 Tel: 856.317.7180 Fax: 856.317.7188

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Pennsylvania Office The Widener Building One South Penn Square Suite 410 Philadelphia, PA 19107 Tel: 215.972.5200 Fax: 215.972.0405

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Brinker Capital, John & Lyn Coyne and Mrs. Edward J. McGuire Would Like To Congratulate

The Lynett-Haggerty Family Brinker Capital, Inc. is an investment management firm and a leading independent provider of managed account and mutual fund investment services.

1.800.333.4573 www.BrinkerCapital.com

Brinker Capital serves financial advisors and their clients by providing the highest quality investment manager due diligence, asset allocation, portfolio construction and client communication services for wealth creation and management.

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Heartfelt Congratulations to

The Lynett-Haggerty Family (…and thanks be to God for St. Celia!!!)

Msgr. Joseph G. Quinn, J.D., J.C.L. Vice President for Mission and Ministry Fordham University • New York

Congratulations to The Lynett-Haggerty Family President’s Medal Recipient

Thomas J. Davis, CPA Class of ’69 Vigneaux Corporation • Kelbritish Realty Kelbri Development • Harris Assembly Group

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Sean, Sean Jr. and Brian Boland Congratulate The Lynett-Haggerty Family On Their Many Contributions to Catholic Education and The Great City of Scranton

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JLS Cost Management Systems Inc. Congratulates The Lynett-Haggerty Family on this wonderful honor!

Joseph L. Sorbera, Jr., President • 30 Broad Street • New York, NY 10004 p: 212.422.7214 • f: 212.422.7205 • c: 917.880.638 • jsorbera@js-cms.com • www.jls-cms.com

The Law Office of

Haggerty McDonnell & Hinton LLP Congratulates

The Lynett-Haggerty Family on a well-deserved honor & The University for another great year.

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Congratulations to the Lynett-Haggerty Family from

the Stone Family Stone Office Inc. • 321-327 Pear Street • Scranton, Pa 18505 Phone: 570-342-1477 • Fax: 570-344-1339

Congratulations to

The Lynett-Haggerty Family

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Through regular health initiatives, many led by its Center for Health Education and Wellness, the University promotes healthy living to its students, faculty and staff. As a result, Scranton was named the 25th “Healthiest� college in the United States, according to Greatist.com, an online source for health and fitness information.


The Alumni Society of The University of Scranton Proudly Recognizes & Congratulates Cecelia L. Haggerty, Edward J. Lynett Jr. ’65, George V. Lynett, Esq., G’71, and William R. Lynett ’72 Recipients of the President’s Medal. as the 2012 Honoree of the President’s Business Council

Officers of the Society Thomas J. Grech ’84 President

Paul W. Lameo ’94 Treasurer

Martina A. Martin ’80 President-Elect

Patrick Morgan ’01 Secretary

COL Richard H. Breen, Jr., U.S. Army (RET) ’77 Vice-President

John F. Lanahan, Esq. ’84 Past President

Board of Governors Liz Ali ’05 Joe Bertolino, Ed.D. ’86 Paul P. Biedlingmaier ’76 David Blake, PhD. ’69 Christy Meyer Bric ’93 Eric D. Brophy, Esq. ’92 John C. Cardone, M.D. ’82 Maura Devlin-Slatowski ’93 Joanna Gallagher ’90 John L. Gownley ’06 John Kameen ’63 Kristin A. Maile ’92

Frank G. McCartney ’69 David F. McCormick ’75 Patrick J. McKenzie ’06 Lindsey M. Meade ’06 Michael J. Michlowski, C.P.A. ’73 Anthony “Skip” Minakowski, C.P.A. ’67 Chris Molitoris ’08 Kevin Moran ’96 Frank X. O’Connor, Esq. ’71 Heather Rowan-Kenyon, Ph. D. ’95 Michael K. Short ’99 Eugene M. Talerico, Jr., Esq. ’89


PBC Program 2012  

Program from the 2012 University of Scranton PBC Annual Award Dinner at The Pierre in New York City.

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