FROM THE PRESIDENT JOHN J. SBREGA, PH. D. Time-Talent-Treasure to support our noble mission. We are all very grateful. They have seen the diﬀerence that BCC makes across our region (“changing lives…”), and they feel confident that BCC will make eﬀective use of their contributions, fiscal or in-kind, as a prudent steward. The pages of this report represent validation of this observation. Moreover, it is a myth that only extremely large donations will make a diﬀerence. Quite the contrary! Every donation, no matter how large or small – and in-kind as well as fiscal – matters. Every contribution of Time-Talent-Treasure is
Dear Colleagues in Learning: Our BCC Foundation constitutes a major factor in the success of our great institution. Throughout my long career, I have kept track of the characteristics of nationally prominent community colleges. Of course, an outstanding faculty, dedicated staﬀ, and unwavering commitment to the institutional mission of Student Success, access (Open Door), and opportunity are common denominators. In addition, I have observed that a truly enthusiastic and eﬀective Foundation Board and Oﬃce of Resource Development separate the national leaders into the highest echelons. This support, both financial and spiritual, represents a powerful galvanizing force for an educational institution. Enhanced human and physical resources, reinforced current practices, path-breaking new initiatives, strategic investments, and increased flexibility stem from this Foundation wellspring. Accordingly, the institutions that marshal energetic, eﬃcacious, and influential Foundation Boards are likely to be high-performing. Simply put, latitude and flexibility and capacity can transform an institution. We have witnessed this process at BCC, where the growing assets of the BCC Foundation have helped our institution reach higher levels of service and achievement. For example, our Attleboro Center would most probably not exist were it not for the spectacular support of our BCC Foundation. Also, planning to bolster our Academic Support services in New Bedford would be sharply curtailed without generous donations to our Foundation. Our BCC Family and people throughout our expansive service area have voted with their 2
Your generosity sets BCC apart precious. External grant organizations always inquire about the percentage of employees, Trustees, Foundation Board members, and Alumni who contribute to the Foundation – not the amount of dollars. Their reasoning flows directly from the question: Why are you asking for help from us when your own Family does not provide help? Thus, it is important to give something rather than to abstain in the false belief that you can’t aﬀord a large donation. The watershed moment for your decision really should stem from your conviction to stand behind the BCC Mission, whatever your capacity, not that there is some expected (and expansive) donation level you must meet to make it worthwhile. Please help us to continue serving the community and changing lives. Our BCC Foundation needs your support. Thank you. Cheers!
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BCC Foundation Winter Social, February 20, 2012
Calendar of Events January January 21, 2013 8:30 a.m.
Martin Luther King Jr., Community Breakfast Keynote speaker: Donald Monteiro, M.D. Commonwealth College Center, Fall River Free and open to the public
January 24–February 22, 2013
Simultaneity Works by: Meghan Brady, Nick Lamia, Steve McCall, Gabriel Phipps and Dannielle Tegeder Opening Reception, January 24, 2013, 6-8 p.m. Grimshaw-Gudewicz Art Gallery BristolCC.edu/gallery
January 27, 2013 1 p.m.
Annual College Goal Sunday Free help filing for financial aid Commonwealth College Center, Fall River
February African American History Month
Please check the website for specific events BristolCC.edu/aahm
February 8, 2013 6–8 p.m.
Winter Social, BCC Foundation annual event Commonwealth College Center, Fall River
February 28 & March 1, 2013 2-7 p.m. BCC Theatre Rep STUDIO 777 original, Devised Work Directed by Talya Klein, guest director Jackson Arts Center Studio Theatre
March March 7–April 10
Material Matters Works by: Kat Cope, Henry Daniel Gatlin, Mary Hurwitz and Christian Kozaki Opening reception: March 7, 2013, 6-8 p.m. Grimshaw-Gudewicz Art Gallery BristolCC.edu/gallery
April April 26 & 27, 2013, 7 p.m.
MOMO by Michael Endes Jackson Arts Center main stage
May May 13, 2013
Swing for Education Golf Tournament 10:30 a.m. Registration / 12:30 p.m. Shotgun Start Fall River Country Club BristolCC.edu/alumni/events
May 16, 2013
New Bedford After Hours, 800 Purchase Street New Bedford, Room 118, 5-7 p.m. Bristol Community College, Briefing, Winter 2013
CIVIL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY
Nancy Durfee ’98
Gina Perry ’11 The Sweet Shoppe
completed a long career at SPREDD and started a new role with The Trustees of Reservations. She took a new job as Southeast Engagement Manager overseeing education programs in the South Coast, Buzzards Bay, and on Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket.
Barrington, RI Speciality Bake Shoppe
On BCC’s Academic Center for Entrepreneurship (ACE) hosted its 6th Annual Entrepreneurship Event with a series of displays from local small businesses. Everyone appreciated the participation of Gina Perry ’11 (Culinary Arts) who handed out cupcakes from her new bakery, The Sweet Shoppe in Barrington, RI. The beautiful cakes and cookies were on display in the College Commonwealth Center as eager students, staﬀ, and other entrepreneurs crowded around to eat a sweet treat on a cold and blustery day.
transferred to Mount Holyoke College after graduating from BCC to pursue her bachelor’s degree through the Frances Perkins Scholar program. She is spending her 2012 fall semester studying urban planning in Copenhagen.
BUSINESS ADMINISTATION TRANSFER
Nicole Coleman-Parks ’12 transitioned from BCC graduate to BCC employee with a new job as Administrative Secretary in BCC’s Human Resources department.
Scott Paquette ’05 is a staff associate for the Educational Talent Search program at Bristol Community College, where he also works part-time for the Upward Bound program.
Theresa Romanovitch ’71 Dean of BCC’s New Bedford Campus since 2001, has been chosen as BCC’s Associate Vice President for Workforce Development. With over 35 years of experience in the Massachusetts community college system and in workforce development, she brings substantial experience to BCC’s strategic plan to strengthen its workforce development mission.
sold a feature ﬁlm script she wrote, called The Beard, to Chernin Entertainment. Reese Witherspoon is set to produce and star in it.
Jennifer Rocha ’10 (Child Care ’95) is an RN employed at Fall River Family Services.
Theresa M. Souza ’87
and Michael Richard were married on September 8, 2012, in Acushnet. Amy was hired by the IRS in May as a User Experience Designer to help redesign the irs.gov website.
has been named Director of Quality & Education of the Hospitalist Program at Southcoast Hospitals Group where she oversees a comprehensive education program for the hospitalist providers at the three Southcoast Hospitals sites. She will also supervise the program’s allied health professionals and continue to care for patients in the hospital in her role as a nurse practitioner. Souza is certiﬁed as a six sigma green belt and is an American Heart Association basic life support instructor. She also serves as an active practice and information technology member of the Organization of Nursing Leaders of Massachusetts and Rhode Island.
David Venancio ’94
Lisa Lowney ’99
and Kimberly Wilson were married August 4, 2012, in Portsmouth, RI. David is a deputy sheriff for the state of Rhode Island.The couple resides in Tiverton, RI.
has left her long-time position in the Taunton ofﬁce of Representative Barney Frank as he winds down his Congressional career. She has returned to her employment roots at Bristol Community College in the Co-op Program. She has taken on a new role in the Experiential Learning Programs ofﬁce working with some of her former Co-op program co-workers.
COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS
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Becca Greene ’97
Kim Fielding ’10
Amy Cordeira ’05
Joseph DaSilva ’83 is a registered school architect and a public servant for the Rhode Island Department of Education. He is responsible for the construction oversight of the State’s public school facilities. Under Joseph’s leadership, the Department’s school construction program has been transformed into a nationally recognized “green schools” exemplar. He received his bachelor’s degree in engineering from UMass Amherst and his master’s degree in environmental science with a sustainability focus from URI. He is a Ph.D. candidate at UMass Dartmouth and an adjunct faculty member at BCC.
Selena “Pink” Snow ’97
Katie Greene ’03
(Theatre), formerly of New Bedford, passed away in Andover on November 14, 2012. She is survived by her ﬁancé Ed Roberts and her son Sebastian Snow.
is the Marketing & Public Relations Coordinator for Westport Federal Credit Union located in Westport. She recently started her own events styling company called Sugar Momma’s Events. She married Jamie Canuel on May 12, 2012, in Fall River.
Traci (Rego) Arsenault ’91 (Child Care), passed away on November 16, 2012, after a long battle with lupus. She is survived by her husband Glenn of New Bedford.
Kristine Marcoux ’94 (Criminal Justice) passed away in July 2012. She is survived by her husband, Robert, of Westport.
Bristol Circle $10,000 + Bristol County Savings Charitable Foundation, Inc. Community Foundation of Southeastern Massachusetts Polaroid Fund Women’s Action Fund Ernest H. Augat Charitable Foundation Grimshaw-Gudewicz Charitable Foundation L. G. Balfour Foundation Virginia and Harold Lash Charitable Gift Fund John A. Lema Oliver S. and Jennie R. Donaldson CharitableTrust Sensata Technologies Inc. The Joan V. Winiarski & Teresa W. Merrill Revocable Trust The Mary Raposa Estate The Rodgers Family Foundation
Capital Club $5,000 + Dr. Odysseus Argy BayCoast Bank BCC Dental Hygiene Clinic Blount Fine Foods In memory of Angela Rose Sbardella ‘07 Joanne Marshall ‘71 and Joseph A. Marshall ‘78 J. Marshall Associates Taunton Literacy Council
Benefactor Club $2,500 + Anonymous Anthony F. Cordeiro Insurance BankFive BCC Dental Hygiene Alumni Association BCC Therapeutic Massage Clinic Bridgewater Credit Union Pamela A. Colaneri ‘94* and Francis J. Colaneri Commonwealth Landing LLC Dale Ferris HarborOne Credit Union Lockheed Martin
Mechanics Cooperative Bank Rockland Trust Verizon Foundation Youths’ Friends Association, Inc.
Commonwealth Club $1,000 + Anonymous Patricia L. Andrade Borden & Remington Corp. Bristol County Savings Bank Vasco T. and Gabriel T. Cabral (Sons) John* and Susan Caressimo Citizens for Citizens, Inc. Collins Construction James H. Collins Dr.* and Mrs. James D. Crosson Dr. and Mrs. Paul P. Dunn Eileen Farley* and Peter Vukasin Sheila and Joseph Feitelberg Loretta S. George Edith Gold Grimshaw-Gudewicz Art Gallery Lilian Horvitz Miriam London Kathleen B. Lund* Dr. and Mrs. Amine Maalouf Francis and Diane Mascianica Steven Ozug* R. I. Chapter American Culinary Federation, Inc. Gary and Lois Reitzas Evelyn B. Sacknoff Dr. John J.* and Mrs. Jo-Anne M. Sbrega St. Luke’s Hospital School of Nursing Alumni Assoc, Inc. The Guardian Relief Fund-In Memory of CPL Paul Fagundes Truesdale Hospital Nurses Alumnae Association, Inc. Betty M. Welch Richard and Susan Wolfson Robyn Worthington ‘01
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Paul Hogan ’09
– igniting relationships for the future Paul Hogan has been a firefighter with the Norwood Fire Department for nine years and earned his associate’s degree in 2009. Paul’s wife, Christine, is a Nursing student at BCC, and they have three children. As a student, Paul received three BCC Foundation scholarships, and he graduated with honors in the Fire Science Program. He has since earned a bachelor’s degree in fire science from Columbia Southern University, attended bomb school in New Mexico, and is a certified Hazmat Technician waiting to get on the Massachusetts State Hazmat Team. Hogan hopes to move up and become a fire lieutenant as well as an instructor at BCC. Throughout his time at BCC, he found “relationships” the key to his success. With instruction from experienced chiefs and oﬃcers at BCC, Paul expanded his knowledge of building construction, fire ground safety, fire prevention, and water hydraulics, just to name a few. “My education at BCC was all about building relationships,” said Paul. “What I have learned strengthened my relationship with other firefighters; keeping us all safer. To improve the team, you have to improve yourself first.” Paul added, “I challenge you to start a relationship with BCC, just as I have. No one can do it for you, but these relationships will be life changing, and I know that BCC is where it can start for you”.
Foundation Club $500 + Anonymous Anonymous* Kevin Aguiar Richard H. Aubut ‘72 Tafa Awolaju* Bank of America Gus and Zelma Braga John and Gloria* Cabral ‘99 ‘02 Sally Chapman Cameron* Laura Carlson ‘03* David R. Castanho ‘94 Citizens Bank Patricia Condon* James Constantine* and Carol A. Constantine, RN ‘92* Margaret* and Robert* Curro E. J. Dionne, Jr. Joseph M. and Kathleen F. Donovan The Honorable Barney Frank Rhonda* and Steve Gabovitch Karen ‘03* and Ron Goodspeed Attorney James T. Grady and Mrs. Sheila Lawton Grady Hathaway Funeral Services Inc. Annie* and Dick Ibara Harold and Iris Katzman Kavanaugh Software Innovations, LLC Colleen and Gerry Kavanaugh Deborah M. Kenney Steve* and Melissa Kenyon Mr. Stephen G. Lasko and Mrs. Brenda J. Lasko Leonard Martin ‘73 Leonard Martin & Associates, Inc. Margaret Lyford* Joan M. Menard* Russ* and Beth Milham Linda D. Mulready* and Mark E. Mulready Dr. and Mrs. Azhar Q. Mustafa Arthur Paul, Jr. ‘92 Dr. James Pelletier* and Barbara Fischer Pelletier Jo-Ann M. Pelletier ‘89* Martha Pimentel ‘06 Precix, Inc. Joyce Hallam Ramsden Al* and Jeannine Roy Dr. Philip Sabra and Mrs. Wendy Lee Sabra* Eileen Shea* Peter N. Silva ‘73 Gail Stewart ‘99 ‘02* Donald and Jayna Wilson Kelemu L. Woldegiorgis*
President’s Club $250 + Acumen Consultants Lara B. Akinyemi* David Allen* Sumner Alpert Altrusa Club/Pickering Memorial Scholarship
* Denotes donors who are current or former BCC employees
Linda Assad* Dan Balboni Bay Sailing Equipment BCC Occupational Therapy Program Bostik, Inc. Rachelle L. Boucher, Esquire ‘80 Alfred F. Candeias ‘77 Joanne Carroll-Connor ‘76* Dr. John Carvalho Mary Cass* Catherine Catudal Company Store Uniforms John and Susan Costello Creative Office Pavilion William J. Crowley Helen M. Dandurand* Abraham and Marilyn Ehrenhaus Brian P. Franco ‘79* Kevin J.* and Kathleen Torpey Garganta ‘73* Dr. and Mrs. David S. Greer Walter and Cynthia Hazard Robert Karam Karl Kozak ‘73 Deborah* and Kevin Lawton Virginia S. Leeman* Gerald LePage* Mr. William Q. MacLean, Jr. Regina TC Mak G. K. Maravelas* Elizabeth K. McCarthy* Thomas McMullen Meyer, Regan & Wilner LLP Patrick J. Murray, Jr. North East Regional Board of Dental Examiners, Inc. Monique J. Oliveira* Patricia A. Ollila ‘73 ‘97* Melane Paranzino* People, Incorporated Elaine Previte* Mr. and Mrs. Marianno Rezendes Dr. Bruce ‘70 and Cynthia Rose ‘70 Sheila* and Jim Salvo Anthony R. Sapienza Dr. and Mrs. Ronald Schwartz Robert ‘69 and Marion ‘70 Shaker LtCol Ernest Silva, Jr., (ret) USAF and Mary Jo Murphy State Street Frederick R. Sullivan Rolande C. Sullivan ‘71* and Mark Sullivan The Standard-Times Luke Travis and Debra Travis Law Office of Luke Travis Dr. Michael J. Vieira* Max Volterra, Esq. Richard C. Walker ‘72 Patricia H. Weisberger ‘91* and Ronald Weisberger* Marion* and Myron Wilner
College Club $175 + Anonymous ABLE Associates BCC OTA Club April Bellafiore* Milton Clement* Joseph F. Correira ‘68 Dr.* and Mrs. Jose F. Costa Carl J. Cruz ‘69 Skip Darmody* Deborah A. Dziedzic ‘98* Ralph Ezovski* Mr. and Mrs. John Friar, II Sarah Garrett, Esq.* Kenneth D. Heist* Mrs. Susan Lavoie Ron Lister* Ms. Paola Messa Mr. & Mrs. George Oliveira Maryellen T. Pettine ‘83* Regina C. Pirtle* Greg Sethares* Diane M. Silvia ‘69* and Joseph Silvia Howard Tinberg* David and Mary* True Waste Management
Friends up to $175 Anonymous (8) Anonymous* (3) Warren Abreu ‘75 Gabriela Adler* Larry ‘85 and Alice ‘81 Aguiar Elizabeth R. Alcock* Mrs. Helen Avila Allard Steven Alves ‘77 Gary Amaral ‘77 Rosie and Jimmy Amaral AMICA Mutual Insurance Company Isabel C. V. Andrade ‘97 Shelly V. Armstrong ‘87* Byron L. Arnold and Beverly Dickinson Janelle C. Arruda ‘81* Dennis Arvisais ‘69 Jane L. H. Ash* Barbara Ashman ‘80 Annette M. Audet ‘88 Daniel Avedikian* Janice Baptist ‘76* Mr.’78 and Mrs.’90 Antone Barboza Jane M. Barnes ‘76 Patrice E. Barrette ‘79 Ronnette Barros ‘05* Ben Baumann* BCC Criminal Justice Society BCC SkillsUSA Club Rochelle A. Beaulieu ‘76 Rebecca L. Beaver, RDH ‘91 Very Rev. Constantine S. Bebis
George Bedard Aileen H. Belford Michael J. Bensink* William G. Berardi* Roland and Carole Bernardo Steve Berrien* Cynthia Bertoncini-Guimond ‘79 Carole J. Berube* David A. Beshara ‘74 Robert Bianchi ‘77 ‘79 Kristine Bishop-Chapman* Marcia Black, Ph.D Cheryl A. Blackburn ‘82 Nancy Blanchard ‘79* Wednesday Night Mah Jongg Group: Susan Dupuis, Joan Blanchette, Roger Motta, Cynthia Farrell, Shieila Galitsky, Alice Reis Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Bobeck Susan Boissoneault* Stephen Bolton ‘93 Howard ‘75 and Rosemarie ‘72 Bonner H. M. Booth* Robert Boscoe ‘68* and Sandra Boscoe ‘68* Jeremias Botelho* John P. Botelho ‘89 Marie F. Botelho ‘83 Robert G. Botelho, CEA ‘69 Brenda Boudreau ‘87 Kristine A. Bourgeois* Henry G. Bousquet ‘98 Bernice Bowdoin* Beatrice Bowker Catherine L. Breton ‘94 Daniel J. Briand Maureen Briggs ‘92 Jason Brilhante ‘04 Diane M. Brodeur ‘77 Jeanne M. Brodeur ‘72 ‘95 Jackie Brown Robert and Corrine Buckley Ann M. Burch ‘70 Raymond D. Butts* Paula Charette Byers ‘76 Joseph T. Cabral, Jr. ‘74 Lionel Caldeira ‘85 Sandra Campos* Joseph A. Capone* Franklin Capron ‘89 Ernest J. Carreiro, Jr. ‘78 Patricia Carreiro-Raposo ‘09* Marion Carrier ‘85 Casa Dos Acores Da Nova Inglaterra Jerome F. Casey ‘98 and Debra Monize Renita Casey ‘92 Daniel Cassidy ‘93 The Castricone Family Gilbert P. Caton ‘72 Susan J. Cestodio ‘87* Mr. Peter M. Cevoli Donna D. Chace ‘00
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– able to pursue her dream
Sharon Riendeau was in the corporate world for more than 20 years when she was laid oﬀ in March 2011. Soon after the layoﬀ, Sharon enrolled in the Certified Nursing Assistant program at Bristol Community College. The experiences she had reignited a passion that has long been in her heart – to become a registered nurse. Thanks to scholarship support from the BCC Foundation, she started on the road to becoming a registered nurse this fall. “As a single mother of three, with a mortgage and other financial responsibilities, I need assistance to make my new goal a reality,” said Sharon. Teaching has also always been a passion of Sharon's, and it was her career before having children. Long term, she hopes to earn the credentials to teach future generations of nurses. The Foundation’s support is helping to make Sharon's dream of becoming a nurse a reality.
Top: Sharon with her children and with Foundation donors Susan and Richard Wolfson.
* Denotes donors who are current or former BCC employees
Suzanne Chadwick ‘95* Hummy S. Chebot Sainath Chinnaswamy* Louise Christian ‘79 Cheryl A. Cieplik ‘81 Cinderella Restaurant Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Clark Fran Cohen Nicolette Collard-Andrade ‘05* Colonial Wholesale Beverages Corporation Robert Collins Vasco Cordeiro, Jr.* Diane ‘76 and Len Coriaty Diane A. Costa ‘93 Liliana Costa ‘76 Shelly A. Costa* Diane Cote ‘87 Leo G. Cote ‘78 Robert ‘75 and Deborah ‘75 Cote Chris and Kevin Cotter Allen and Linda Coulombe Country Club of New Bedford Laurie A. Craw ‘84 James T. Crofton ‘78 Cecile E. Cummings ‘74 David Cunha ‘84 and Terry Gonsalves ‘76 Robert and Judith Curtin and Family Lisa M. Cyr ‘98 Robert* and Joan Cyr Scott K. Daggett ‘96 Ms. Maria J. M. D’Alu ‘69 ‘86 John (Jack) DaLuz ‘68 Linda Danzell* and Hank Ingles ‘78* Norma Dator Armand H. Dauteuil ‘70 David’s Fish Market Nancy K. Davol ‘79 Susan DeCoste* Paula Delaflor* John Demello ‘80 Attorney Scott DeMello ‘88 and Rosemary DeMello ‘81* Patricia Demeo* Elaine A. DeMoranville ‘84 and Robert E. DeMoranville ‘81 Patricia Dent* Diane Desmarais* Donna M. Desrochers ‘85* Peggy & Al Deston Denise DiMarzio* Karen DiRosario ‘75 Karen M. Dixon, Ph.D.* Eileen D’Oliveira ‘74 and Vincent D’Oliveira ‘74 Amanda Donovan* Elizabeth Donovan Mr. Donald M. Doucette ‘96 John H. Drane ‘71 Bernadette Driscoll* Paula A. Dube ‘69* Wayne L. Dubreuil ‘73 Diane L. Dugal ‘90 Cindy Dupont ‘85
Johanna Duponte* Ms. Grace Edwards Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Elias Roger L. Emond ‘71 Mark Epstein ‘68 Annemarie Espindola * Faith Ministries I. N. C. Fall River Country Club Robin C. Faretra Ms. Kimberlee L. Faria ‘90 William A. Farquhar and Joan A. Farquhar Bernie Fastoso * David F. Feeney* and Cheryl Feeney ‘75 Claire Fern ‘73 Joyce Fernandes* Madeleine E. Ferraz* Maria O. Ferreira ‘84 Paul Ferreira ‘69 Silvino Ferreira* Cecilia Figueiredo Cynthia G. Flanagan ‘99 William and Jeanne Fleisch Marcy and Donald Fleming Diane M. Forand ‘08* Adrienne Foster Stephen L. Foster, Jr. ‘78 Dr. and Mrs. Irving Fradkin Henry and Connie France Gordon and Ruth Francis Scott N. Francis ‘83* Nancy Carvalho Fraze* Laura L. Frechette ‘08 Mrs. Ann L. Freedman Deborah Fugere ‘72 Suzanne J. Gagne ‘73 Gerald Galena Lisa Gallant-Stanzione ‘85 Donna M. Ganczarski ‘95 Lorraine Gangemi ‘75 Robert Gaouette ‘94 Frank* and Carol* M. Garand GARCIA, GALUSKA, DESOUSA Consulting Engineers, Inc. Denise M. Gaudette ‘80 Elizabeth Gaulin ‘87 Constance Gauthier ‘84 Maria Geoppo ‘06 (Lombardo) Karen L. Giglio ‘83* and Frank S. Giglio, Jr. Wayne A. Golen ‘87* Roberta Gonneville* Gordon W. Goodfellow* Richard H. Gove ‘74 William G. Grady ‘74 Jeanne P. Grandchamp* Mary E. Gregg ‘84 Robert L. Gregory ‘83 Mary Ann Grota ‘02 Linda Arrington Guerra ‘74 Ann Halstead ‘06 ‘09* Geraldine M. Hamel* Eunice Hamer ‘74 Mr. and Mrs. Fred* K. Hanack
Deborah Hanson ‘04 Elizabeth A. Simpson Hawley ‘85 Jim Healey* Bonnie J. Heap ‘78 David Henry* Mr. and Mrs. Henry Herz Peter J. Hicks, Jr. ‘86 Edward J. Higginson Matthew Hirschy ‘03 Patricia Hiscock* June Hogan ‘81 Meri Holden* Linda Rollo Holmes ‘73 Peter Homen* Ilene Horvitz and Mark Mahoney Mr. Steven Howitt Susan Hoy* Deborah A. Hudon ‘73 ‘98* Michael Hull ‘10* James ‘89 and Michele ‘85 Hurd Frank Keane Bertrand E. Keene and Patricia A. Keene Elise Kennedy ‘12 Deborah Kirchwey Jane T. Kitchen ‘86* and Patrick Kitchen ‘81 Joseph Abboud Manufacturing Corporation K. R. Rezendes, Inc. Robert C. Kleist, Sr. Muriel T. Kokoszka ‘68 Paul J. Kostek ‘77 Alice H. Kret ‘79 Margaret Kugler ‘97 ‘05 ‘07 ‘09* Helen Kuszej-Sousa* Elizabeth Mendes Laganelli ‘77 James Lamond ‘68 Mary Ann Lamontagne ‘74 Joanne Lamora ‘98 Kelly Ann Landry ‘05* T. Lapointe ‘73 Richard J. Lariviere ‘99 ‘01 Denise J. P. Larner ‘95 Douglas and Diane Lash H. Michael A. Lasko Raymond J. Lavertue* April Lavoie Jonathan Leaf ‘09 Donna M. Leary ‘00 Pauline L. Leduc* Andrea Lemos ‘05 ‘07 Lepage’s Seafood & Grille Timothy T. Lifrak ‘69* Steven B. Lima ‘85 Sayre and Rosanne Litchman Jim and Nan* Loggains Robert Loggains ‘10 Richard ‘89 and Wendy ‘00 Looker Arthur Lothrop* Mary-Louise Loveland William G. Lucas ‘68 Mr. James C. Maclean Gerald Magnan* Rhonda J. Magnuski ‘99* and Steven Magnuski*
Anita Sojka-Maguire ‘83 Josie Maher and Family Edward and Deborah Majewski Diane S. Manson* Claudette A. Marcoux ‘79 Amy Marden ‘95* Edwin and Stella Marnik Patricia F. Marujo William P. Mathieu, Jr. ‘88 Sharon M. Maycock ‘89 Dane Mayhew Dorothea Maynard ‘99 ‘00 John T. McCormack III and Marlene McCormack Susan M. McCourt* Francis and Patricia McCrossan Patricia McDevitt* Lizabeth McDonald* Edgar McGarvey* and Sally North Diana (Donnie) McGee ‘82* Patricia McGovern ‘82 David McHugh ‘69 Kristin P. McKenna* Barry McKee* Gail McMorrow-Donahue ‘72 Cecilia E. Medeiros* Kathy Medeiros ‘99 Mr. and Mrs. Medeiros & Family Susanne M. Medeiros ‘88 Constance (Capstack) Mendes Lynne A. Mendes Ms. Ruth Mendonca Paul ‘69 and Diane ‘99 Methot Carol Michael ‘70 Marisa* and Kent* Millard Linda Monchik* and Gerald J. Monchik Frank B. Moniz ‘70 George J. Moniz* Ronald K. Moniz ‘79 Theresa M. Lynch Moniz ‘70 Ron Moody ‘72 Joyce A. Moore, RDH ‘92* William and Norma Moran Mr. James A. Morgan Sarah A. Morrell* Joe Motta* Edward P. Mullen ‘96 David Mulligan* James and Virginia Mullins Bill and Jeanne Munro John and Connie Munro Lisa Lamborghini Murphy ‘89 Mr. & Mrs. Thomas P. Murray Jean Myles* Leo W. Nadeau ‘88 Diane Nanni ‘72 Marilyn Nasiff Hugh J. and Ann-Margaret Neenan Newport Tent Company Henry J. Nichols ‘73 Tania* and William Nicolet Frank Noble ‘72* Mari Nosal ‘83
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Notre Dame Community Federal Credit Union Maria G. Noversa ‘88 Florence Novick Helen A. Nowak ‘77 Margaret C. O’Brien* John O’Connell Gregory and Nelia O’Donnell Pamela Oliveira ‘00 Philip Oliveira ‘83 Elizabeth A. Olson Paul Orlando* Deborah Ouellette ‘82 Ed and Tina Pacheco Madeline L. Pacheco ‘85 Louise Paolella ‘02 ‘04 Margaret Parmelee ‘69 Toni-Ann Parsons ‘88 Kevin ‘97 ‘04 and Suzanne ‘91 ‘92 Pavao Kiartichai Payongsith* Patricia A. Peckham ‘87 Gabriel M. Pereira ‘68* Tony and Bernadette Pignone George M. Pimental ‘71 Wendy Pimentel ‘05* Mary Lou Pires ‘80 Helen (Tremblay) Pittard ‘78 Ingrid Joan Popper Professional Business Printing, Inc. Robert Rak* Ms. Angelina L. Ramos Roxanne Ramos* and Ronald R. Ramos ‘00 Tricia J. Raposa* Gail A. Rebello Joanne M. Rebello ‘97 ‘01 Charles E. and Kathryn Reed John and Linda Remedis Kristine M. Resendes ‘93* Victoria J. Revier* Fire Chief Stephen J. Rivard (RET) ‘74* Mr. Paul N. Robillard* Jane Robinson ‘86* John E. Robinson for Diane P. Frederick J. Rocco* Janet M. Rodgers ‘69 Karen Rodrigues ‘85 Linda Andrade Rodrigues ‘98 Ms. Melissa A. Rodrigues ‘07 Senator Michael and Patricia ‘80 Rodrigues Alan S. Rolfe* Theresa Romanovitch ‘71* Mr. & Mrs. Elliot Rosenfield Gladys and Murray Rosofsky Ray and Charlene Roth Mary F. Rourke ‘89 Marshall T. Sadeck ‘78 Mrs. Constance R. Sameiro Mr. David J. Sameiro Andrea L. M. Santo ‘03 and Armando G. Santo ‘92 Alberta J. Santos ‘92 and Gerald H. Santos ‘87 Marlene Santos ‘86 Walter* and Raye Sawyer Paul Schmid
Celebrate Attleboro, October 25, 2012
Jacqueline Se’Ale* Muriel Sevin Susan Shannon ‘77* Maria Sharples ‘87 Mr. James Silver and Ms. Julie Silver Diane L. Silvia RN’86 Marsha L. Silvia ‘02 Leo N. Sirois* Carol M. Smith and John M. Dougan Edward D. Smith ‘90 Edward H. Smith ‘80* and Mabel Smith ‘84 Susan ‘85 and Barry Smith Ms. Sylvia Smith ‘85 Don Smyth and Joan Pilkington-Smyth Pamela J. Southworth ‘82 Mrs. Anne M. Souza, RDH ‘79 Cynthia Souza ‘83* Joanne E. Souza ‘79 and John M. Souza ‘77* Nancy Snigger Alan and Paula Spirlet Kevin A. Spirlet* Florina St. Laurent ‘76 Dennis ‘72 and Jo-Ann St. Pierre Edgar ‘78 and Rebecca ‘90 St. Pierre Mr. Russell Stanley ‘85 Mr. & Mrs. Roger D. Storey Ann Pelletier Strong ‘86 The Honorable David ‘75 and Mrs. Cheryl ‘74 Sullivan Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Sullivan Mary Swidey* Cecelia E. Swiszcz
* Denotes donors who are current or former BCC employees
Mary Ann Sylvia Dr. Eileen Synnott* and Dr. Paul Gurn Phillip J. and Nancy Szenher Lisa Tarantino* Marianne Taylor* The Greater Fall River Association of Realtors, Inc. Tichon Seafood Corporation Shawn Tivnan* Keith Toni* William J. Torpey TPS/BCC Adult Education Club Constance Trepanier* Harvey and Judith Trieff Suzanna ‘04 and William Trimble United Church of Assonet Inc. United Way of Greater Plymouth County George V. Valton ‘83 ‘87 Judith M. Velozo Cheryl L. Ventura, RDH ‘74 Colleen Vickery* Rodney J. Vieira ‘89 Linda Viveiros* Margaret Fortin Vollmer ‘69 Lawrence S. Wagner, CFA John B. Walsh ‘96* David J. Warr* Janice Warren ‘70* Barney Wehr ‘80 Nancy Weinstein* Phyllis A. Wentworth* Ann Whitney-Roper, Ph.D.*
BCC FOUNDATION Bettina M. Wholean* Gail Wilkinson Martha J. Williams ‘84* Judy Wilson ‘93 Lawrence T. Wilson Donald G. Wood* and Sandra D. Wood Nancy Lee Wood* Robert C. Wood ‘68 & Kathleen M. Wood Wayne Wood* Mr. and Mrs. Leonard J. Worsley Mary K. Yates* Diana Yohe* Eileen Young* Helen Young & Family Robert G. Young Mary Zahm* Marina Zelfond ‘96 Matthew Zenni ‘03 and Anne-Marie Zenni ‘89 Patricia Jeffries Zukowski, RDH ‘73
The Bristol Community College Foundation was established to raise private funds to help support Bristol Community College. It helps the College to obtain financial support to enhance the ability of the College to meet the lifelong educational needs of the growing and changing community it serves. The Bristol Community College Foundation was founded in 1980 as a 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to providing private support for the students and academic resources of Bristol Community College. Funds raised by the Foundation provide scholarships, interest-free emergency student loans, grants for special academic programs and equipment, and restricted funds for special College needs. The Foundation collaborates with the College to apply for grant funding for major projects from other foundations, corporations, and community organizations. In addition, the Foundation is building endowment funds to provide ongoing support for the future. The business of the Foundation is conducted by a 20-member volunteer Board of Directors. Members on the Board are from a wide variety of backgrounds from towns and cities throughout southeastern Massachusetts and R hode Island.
WAYS TO GIVE
BCC FOUNDATION, INC. STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL POSITION AS OF JUNE 30, 2012
ASSETS Current Assets Pledges Receivable Long-Term Investments Designated Long-Term
$2,542,587 $423,446 $600,545
Investments Restricted for Long-Term Purposes
Closing Costs, Net
LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS Current Liabilities Grants and Awards Payable Unearned Rental Income Current Portion, Mortgage Notes Payable
$77,912 $143,967 $80,871
Total Current Liabilities
Mortgage Notes Payable
ANNUAL GIFTS Annual gifts are the cornerstone of the Foundation fundraising efforts and provide flexibility for the Foundation to direct those resources to the greatest need at the College. The dollars raised through the Annual Fund represent many individual gifts from alumni and friends of Bristol Community College. GIVING LEVELS ARE Bristol Circle Capital Club Benefactor Club Commonwealth Club Foundation Club President’s Club College Club Friend
$10,000+ $5,000 to $9,999 $2,500 to $4,999 $1,000 to $2,499 $500 to $999 $250 to $499 $175 to $249 up to $175
ENDOWED GIFTS Endowed gifts demonstrate a special commitment to a particular program or project. Named endowment funds require a minimum donation of $15,000. Earnings from the endowment provide annual funding for the specified program. HOW YOU CAN HELP Your gift to the Bristol Community College Foundations makes a tremendous difference. It only takes a moment to build a brighter future. Visit us online at BristolCC.edu/Foundation, or call us at 508.678.2811, ext. 2007.
NET ASSETS Unrestricted
Total Net Assets
TOTAL LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS
HOW YOU CAN CONTACT US Bristol Community College Foundation, 777 Elsbree Street, Fall River, MA 02720 / web: BristolCC.edu/Foundation email: BCCFoundation@BristolCC.edu / phone: 508.678.2811, ext. 2007 We have made every effort to ensure accuracy in this report. Names listed recognize donations made between July 1, 2011 and June 30, 2012. If we have made an error, please accept our apologies. Please contact Jane Ash of Resource Development at 508.678.2811, ext. 2159, or email us at BCC Foundation@ BristolCC.edu Bristol Community College, Briefing, Winter 2013 11
BCC Foundationâ€™s Winter Social Friday, February 8, 2013, 6-8 p.m.
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